The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1952 · Page 12
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 17, 1952
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVB BLYTHEVIIXE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! FRIDAY, OCTOBER IT, 19*1 I.IJXORA FOOTBALL QUKEN — Joan 1/stvls, *econcl from left, was crowned Luxora High School SoottaU queen at a game tlits afternoon between Luxora and Marlon. The queen's maids are Hcbec- ca Clark, extreme left, (Miss I-ewls), Mae Clark and Clementine Gentry. (Courier NCHJ S'hnlo) Supreme Court May Get Izard Political Case Loser in Contested • Senatorial Race May Appeal Court's Verdict LITTLE ROCK (!F> — The bailie for (ho 18th Senatorial DlsUict seat was renewed yesterday vr»wn the loser snld he might seek a ruling on the disputed contest from the Arkansas 'Supreme Court. Stale Sen. Orvllle Cheney of Calico Rock, apparent winner on the basis of returns from the Democratic primary, then determined the loser as a result of n Circuit Court decision, said he might ask the high court for a writ of prohibition. . The writ would prevent election commissioners in (he district from listing Sen. Y. M. Mack of Moore- flcld as the district's Democratic nominee for slate senator in the Nov. 4 general election. Mack filed suit In Circuit Court to have himself named winner over Cheney because of alleged voting irregularities In Izard County, Cheney, who had a large majority In Izard County, trailed Mack In Independence and Jackson counties —the other two counties In the district. In addition, Cheney salct, he might contest the seat in the Senate itself. The slate Constitution says that both Ihc House nnd Ihe Senate "shall be the sole Judg? of the qualifications, returns and elections of Its own members." Mack nnd Cheney were thrown Into the district as a result of rc- dlslrlctlng. Arkansas Needs More Nurses LITTLE ROCK (if, — Arkansas has less "than one trained nurse for each 1,200 residents, Gov. McMiUh was told yeslcrday. Mre. W. G. Cooper Jr., of Little Hock, chairman of the Arkansas Advisory Council on student Nurse Recruitment, loVrt the governor that the state badly heeds additional training facilities for nurses. The surface of the lake in the crater bow! of Chubb Crater in Northern Quebec Is 600 feet lieliw the rim's top level. The maximum depth of the Lake Is 825 feet. Arkansas News Briefs— Legislative Council Begins Study of 1953,1954 Budgets Ky The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Legislative Council today began 1(3 study of proposed 1053-54 budgets (or state departments and agencies. The Council, set up by the legislature to serve as a JoiiH Legislative Budget Committee between the biennial .sessions of the General Assembly, also will bear reports from experts who hav been studying the slate's educational problems and training school program for delinquents. McLaughlin Fails to Qualify for Race HOT SPRINGS — Leo p. McLaughlin, onetime Garland County political power who had said he would try a comeback next month as an independent candidate for prosecutor, failed to qualify for a place on the ballot. McLaughlin did not file x petition of nomination as a candidate In the general election before the deadline at midnight Wednesday, Republican Roy Mltchotl mid Democrat H. A. Tucker will seek the post. In a statement, Mclaughlin, who wns mayor of Hot Springs for 22 years and headed a powerful county organization, said he could not afford to "neglect my law practice" mid ninke the race. Delegates to Witness Fire Fighting EL DORADO — Two hundred delegates from three stales attending the annual convention of the .Western Petroleum Refiners Association hc-ro were to witness a fira-tlghtlng demonstration at the Pnn- Am refinery today. The 2-day meeting, which opened yesterday, includes representatives from Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma. Cherry to Attend Trimble Rally LITTLE ROCK — A political rally for Rep. J. W. Trimble nl Fay- cttcvlllc Saturday night will he attended by Democratic Gubernatorial Nominee Vrnncis Cherry. •nimble, the Democratic tncuinbtmt,~it opposed tor re-election by Republican John II. Joyce of Fayclteville for Ihe Third Congressional District seat. Osceola Queen and Court— Barbara Shaneyfelt, extreme left, will be crowned Osceola's homecoming queen tonight at Hale Field ' Her maids ncludc, from the left, Putsy Bobbins, Judy Ashmore, Betty Spiers, Betty Eowles, Shelby Recce, Joyce Cannon, Karen Young, Sylvia Ellas. Lynda McMinn and Shirley Cone. (Courier iNeivs Photo) Chess Tourney Starts at Y Round robin chess tournaments 'or both junior high and Senior ilgh boi'6 begin at the Blyteville •Y" on Saturday. . Entry sheets have been posted >t the "Y" game room and an xiys desiring to enter should reg- ster there or call In to get their names In the competition. In, this type tournament, every [ilayer plays all other players and ihc championship is decided on percentage of wins and losses. It Is therefore pcssMe to enter after play in the tournament has actually started. The play is designed primarily to improve the play of all participants since one Is not eliminated by losing one or more matches. . Medals will be awarded to winners and runners-np hut emphasis will be upon learning more about the game of .chess. Beginners should accept this opportunity for added competitive play with the "chips" down. U.S. Protests Downing of B-29 MOSCOW tAt — The American embassy announced that a protest! was filed with the Soviet govern- nt today attiring thai « V. B. B-26 Superfortress was shot down off Japan on Oct. 1. An embassy spokesman said the note, delivered by Charge D'Atfalre* EHm O'Shaughuessy to Deputy Foreign Minister Georgi Pushkin, was a "strong protest." A very thin sheet of gold Is translucent and transmits a greenish light. ... BALLOTeox 15 SUCH A> PRECIOUS PREROGATIVE, EVERY CITIZEN -SHOULD U46 IT' EVEN fVW H<\R-KUMPH--HE W.WW& TRIES TO VOTE TWICE ' Louisiana Youth is New FFA President; Winners Named KANSAS CITY [yp)-Jlmmy Dillon, 20, of Bonlta. La., was elccled president of the Future Farmers of America yesterday at the close of their four-day annual convention. Most of the some C.OOO PFA youths attending the convention were on their way home today after a round of meetings, sightseeing, banquets, speeches and awards. The PPA award committee late last night announced state and individual winners In the livestock, poultry judging and egg grading and meals Identification contests. Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri. Vorth Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Virginia. Wisconsin were gold emblem winners in the livestock Judging. In the poultry and egg grading judging. Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Massnchusctts, Missouri, So'ulh DA- G5c! Tree Struck By Cannon Ball SAN DIEGO, Calif. </l'j—Thc oldest planted Irpe in California, a towering p;ilm. wns hit by a Spanish musket hall at least 100 years OKO. Tills wti» the conclusion of (he park avirt nurealion department after the ball was found imbedded in the trunk while a motal collar lo help support the Irce mis being Installed. Tile tree war, planted by early Fruuchcnn missionaries and Is named for Father Juntpcro Ser- rn, their loader. Read Courier News Classified Ads Baby, Buggy Found BUFFALO t/Vi—Mrs. Donald E Dytnock left her 6 - month - old tfiuiThlcr I'nlrlcin a • in her bill- By in front of the house one morning recently anil 15 minutes lalcr she discovered to her horror that both baby and buggy were missing. She and her husband notified police who si-nt out a city-wide alnrm. The baby and buggy were found about an hour Inter In a chmrn of bushes 1 IB blocks from her home bv a boy on his way lo school. Who the buegy-liusVicr wns Is still a mystery. Though times change, sonic things remain (he same. And one is the American determination (n retain independence. Uy saving consistently you don't have to rely on others . . . you liutld your own security. Come in and start a savings account with us today I kota and Wyoming were given gold emblems. Arkansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma. Texas and Utah won gold emblems In the meats Identification contest. Arkansan Elected The convention elected Fred Feed, 20, Hinesvllle, Ark., vice president of the central region and Donald Travis. 21, Fallon, Nov., vice president of the Pacific region. The members of Gold Emblem teams and Individual gold medal winners include: Livestock judging: MISSOURI: Team — Donald Lee Bomgardner, William Flcshman, Don Clark Pollock, all of Union- villc. Individual — Bomgardner, Flesh man. Poultry judging and egg grading: ARKANSAS: Individual — Larry Graham Rogers. MISSOURI: Team — Wayne Seney, Clyde King and Daniel Carlson, all of Hogersville. 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