The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 22, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 22, 1952
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PAGE TWO BI.YTHEVTLLK (ARK.) COUniF.R NEWS TUESDAY, TOI.Y 22, 195J Tlying Windmill Sign of Rep. Tackett Who Concentrates on AHD Change (This Is armlher of a series of sketches on Arkansas' five catuH- dales for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination,) LITTLE ROCK (M — If ft "flying windmill" drops out ol the sky anywhere hi Arkansas chances are It will be Hep. Boyct Tnckett ready to shake ft hand or make? a speech. The 41-year-old Nashville ran- Highway Department tram congressman, by far Ihe busiest of the | trol of Itie governor." AmonR other planks in the Tack- platform tire proposals to eli* five Democratic gubernatorial candidates, campaigns in a helicopter. Any 50-foot space or pasture becomes a landing field. Tackett, first to announce officially and open his campaign, has a lengthy platform but concentrates OK completely divorcing "the Arkansas News Briefs — Parole Board to Consider New Policy on Clemency Interviews By The Associated Tress LITTLE ROCK—The Arkansas P;irole Hoard .says It is considering a new policy for interviewing applicants for rtouipncy. The board will meet at Tucker Prison Farm Aug. 6 to di.scuss a method of recording interviews of prisoners by prison officials. The board would review the recordings rather than grant personal interviews to the prisoners. Forty-six convicts aie seeking clemency this month. minute what he calls favoritism in state purchasing by buying through competitive bidding ond enforcing Quality .specifications, Ho says he also would: Provide additional as-si^lnncT to those without tho necessities of /c due to age, physical disnblll- cs or menial lieflr^K'^.s, Would Stop Wastn Stop waste, estrav;ir;:!ii\cn atid raft, In state government and re- nee slrUp employes lo the necc-s- ary minimum. Anri cited proper nUii/.aUon ,ind pportionment of state revenues ml stabilization of the -stato tax tructurc -so thai ample funds F cmld be provided (or schools and ilnfmum salaries to teachers rliich would compare with i] other states. Never defeated for any office, \ickeU entered politics )>y winning scat in tho Arkansas Legislature roni Pike County (n 1936. Cafdwell and Barnhill Guests at 4-H Camp FAYEnTEVILLE—University of Arkansas President John Tylder Caldwcll and Athletic Director John H. Barnhill were guest speakers fit the opening of the annual state 4-H Club encampment here yesterday, j Approximately 1,000 members and 200 adult leaders registered for the 21st. annual meeting. Texarkana Man Chosen by Arkansas Yets liITTLE ROCK—Dr. George T. Dugan of Te.varknna, Ark, la !)ie new president of the Arkansas Veterinary Practitioners Association. Mr. Dngan was electee! 'yesterday nt the group's 2nd annual convention here. Cary Clark of El Dorado was named vice president and Dr. VV. L. Thomas of Little Rock, secretary-treasurer. Nfne-Year-Ofrf Boy Drowns Wading in River NEWPORT — Nine-year-old Johnny Lee Bains drowned In the White River near here yesterday while wading with two companions. The. second boy, .Jnnics Glldewell, was rescued from drowning by Johnny's mother, Mrs, Dewcy Rains. Deputy coroner oulo Ullitnger said both boj%. stepped fnto deep water end Mrs. Bains managed to rescue the Gltdcwcll bny when she heard Ihcir cries for help. 78 Counties May Be Named Disaster Areas LITTLE ROCK—A total oT 18 Arkansas counties may be designated M disaster areas because of extreme drouth conditions. The counties recommended as disaster ureas yesterday wore: Baxter, Carroll, Cleburne, Conwny, Crawford, Faulkner, PnHon, Hot Spring, Independence, Madison, Morion, Nevada, Perry, Scott, Bearcy. Union and Van Huron. Arkansans Stick to Fulbright afJalk for 'Veep Sheriffs Race Now Squabble Over Poll Tax MARIANNA, Ark. Mi — The l,eo County sheriff's race IH developing info a .scjuabln over "who's got I he 152 poll (ax receipts." County Judge Edward Robertson .says that Incumbent Sheriff 8. C, Laiif-ston, whom he's opposing for the sheriff's jiost, won't ic-t him inspect his poll tax rec- C/ierry Claims Foes 'Rumor Mongenng Chancellor Francis Cherry nays ft once and failed to stop until the Court Throws Out Nine 'Black Market' Charges - A currency, gas coupon« dealings In and coffee. Three of the charges were dismissed at the request of Assistant U. S. Attorney Jerome Sllversteln because a prosecution witness •— Dieter Belling, former employee of the Reeds — disappeared. Belling, nn admitted black mar- old hooks. He snUI lust night that he's goinqr to courl if he has to in order to .see the books. nut Sheriff Lnnxstnn said Rob- cit.sofi's efforts ace "all news to me." Robertson snlrt last nltfhl that he tried lo see iho books ycslerdny; -snid ho rlidn'L. his four rivals In tho Arkansas governor's race are Kiiilly of "the vilest tactic in politics — rumor pressure got too strong, lie'll do it! a^aln." ' [ McMatl) who like Cherry was In' Northeast. Arkansas, said at Ely- lie made the accusation yester-1 theviJJe that lie would continue lo day in his home city of Joncsboro j se(lk equal educational oppoi'ltmi- • ml added that his answer lo the "«s for every chtld In the state. Kc'liciol Needs Cllcd He said that 60 per cent ot Arkansas' school districts need slate aid to maintain adequate facilities. Murry promised an audience »t Ilison yesterday that all purchases M'otikl be made ope'niy "when I am governor." Evory Arkansas business with false statements he said had been made about him was ".simply that I am still in the race and leading (he field." Comparing hl.s opponents to "old Hue Tammany Hall politicians," Cherry .said that he urged them lo debate with him or to participate ihrou^h representatives in his radio The; Judge said the controversy 1 talkathons. He .said they had re- concerns the list of poll lax celj>ts Issucrl prior lo Oft. 1. ISM. lie said only 3,410 nnmes are on the list, out that 3.5G2 receipts were issued. fused, Holl "Harks Hark" Jack Holt harked back some three years to the'Controversy over wholesale shipment — allowed under a since-repealed 13-1!) act—of lirjlior from Arkansas into neigh- Ijoiing dry states. .Speaking nt Ft. Smith. Holt said MiiJ. E. H. Armstrong, veteran radio .scientist. ro!itri»uted n great I _ (leal lo modern circuitry In all types': Mi.Mnlh, to whom tie gave the View -- ----- _ , ... of receivers. His superheterodyne lillc of "king of bootleggers." was Alter four years iti the ofjt'ircuit. is widely tised today, even in 1 responsible for Ihe situation and nnylhins lo sell the state will be assured of an opportunity to submit bids oi> the .same basis as its coin- petilors. The state purchasing ngent will not he appointed by the governor; Instead, I will ask the legislature to amend the laws so that the state's seven constitutional officers will select the purchasing agent," Murry said. WIESBADEN. Germany U. S. court yesterday threw out nine black market charges against Mrs. Katherine Reed, wife of an American Air Force colonel, nut the Michigan born society matron still fares seven other counts of illegal Read Courier News Classllled Ads. Tackcll was clcct- c prosecuting attorney of Iho 9th mlictat Circuit, composed of Pike, ioward. Polk, Utlle River and Se- 'icr Cnunltes. Then followed the ar ycar.s. nfler which Tackeit ran iccDssfully for the U. S, House of cprcrcntittlves in 104R. "Knows I,al)or I'rolileros" Tackctt tells labor groups he Knows their problems because he ins worked wllh hi-, hands. He is ,he son of nn Arkansns hill country nlllworker, having been bo]-n in ; iliick Springs, Montgomery Cotm- •y. After working extra In lumber nills of tho Ouachila Mountain •ounlry as n laborer during his ilgh .school days nl Glcnv/ood, Fackelt worked hts way Ihrough Tech. Oit.ictilt.i Collet'e nnd the University of Arkansas. lie received his law degree nt the University. In 19311. he mantrci Ihe former ^orma Armstrong, daughter of a Methodist p r e n, c h e r. They have ! lour children. Boyd Jr.. 12; Terry, j Rebecca. 3. nnd Tonl, 2. | declared ihat "if he (McMath) did .CHICAGO M 1 ) —Notwithstanding increasing talk of Sen. J. Wlllintn Fulbrfght for second spot on the Democratic ticket, Arknnsns tlUe- gtiles to the party's national convention plan to stick with him for the presidential nomination. "Nothing has happened lo change our plan to nominate him for the presidency nnd support him ns long BS feasible," Clyde Drown of Hot Springs, chairman of the delegation's steering committee, snld today. After all, Brown told a reporter, nothing has been settled and tlitre is no point In support him for vtrc president. The Arkansas senator's name has been mentioned In speculation for vice president mainly in event Gov. Stevenson of Illinois gels the No. 1 position. in line with Fulorlglil/s desire to keep the carnival atmosphere on', of his nomination. Ihe delegation plang no "spontaneous" demonstration for him. other titan to stanrt and applaud. Storm Whaley. Siloam Springs. Is to plflce FuJbrlglit's iinnie in nom- I ination. probably Wednesday. Parker Opposes Murry Petition On McMath Suit MTTI..E ROCK W. — State Revenue Commissioner Carl P. Parker has asked Pulaski Chancery Court to elcny Ally. Gen. Ike Murry's petition Hint he represent the state In nn Income Inx refund suit against Gov. McMnlh. McMalh is siiliiR the state to recover Sim.31 of SI.221.22 in taxes' tin pnicl untlcr protest for the years j l!Mfi. ItHO and lt!50. ' | Pnrkcr, who Is defondnnl. In the I suit, filed Ihe rnii'--t. ''c>;linday. I iiiylng Ihat "Ihe Intervention of he attorney Kcnenil i.s not neces- Murry/oiic of McMnlh's four op- nnnnnU for the Dcmocralic gul)-| ernatorial nomination, filed the 1 petition las! week and asked that j be allowed to represent Park- j cr. Lonsdale to Oppose Speck, Ike, GOP LONSDAt-E, Ark. ffl — John Lonsdale, Jr., who h»s run for governor of Arkansas on both the "Prohibition and Wide Opcti" (ick- ct.s says lie will enter the race this November on the Independent ticket. ' "I'm against Jeff Speck, t h e. GOP. Eisenhower: tind tor Inbor," Lonsdale said last night \vhen he U'AHNINO OKOKK In (lie Chancery Cotiri, Ohirka- sawba District, MLvsissipiil County, Arkansas. George W. Freeman, PU. vs. Alia M. Ficemnn, Dft. The defendant, Altn M. Freeman, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In 1hc caption hereof mid answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Geoi'gr W, Freeman. Dated this H;h day of July, 1932. Haney Morns. Clerk By Laverne BalJ. D,C. Guy Walls, ally, for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. acJ lUcm. 7-15-22-20-35 announced his ranclidacy. "I'm comf(if? out for labor Ihis time," he sold. "I'm goiiiR; to wash out (his nrw deal and fair deal and give the people a square denl." A man who Identified hirm as hnnd of the Curpenlers' Union in Arkansns — 11, A, Tnrvin of Bcnton, Ark. — (old the Associated Press by telephone "I'm flctvoc »IK ri vole for John I.onstlalc for governor." Ite snia Ihe ineniti of his union "all over Arkansas feel the same wny." RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WABNING OKnr.ll Iji Die Mississippi Cnurl. rhlr ran-ba Dlslrlcl, .Mississippi County, ( > nnliue Kcllpy, Ptf. vs. No. 12,1H O. A. Kclley. nil. The dcfcmlnm, o. A. Kolli-y, is N E W Air Conditioned By Refrigeration 'Your (.'oniinunrt.v Center" MANILA, ARK. ee.s Sat. & \Siin, I'honc 58 Second Quake Shock Reported FAYETrEVII.t.E. Ark. 1.11 — Seismograph experts here sny n second ctirtliqunkc Klruck in I li e CalifnrnU yesterday afternoon, nf- ter Ihe curly morning rjunke whicl) lilt about 5-.5IJ n.m. CST. Jnnios Klalion operator, snid Ins! nlglil Hint the early quake nnrt five definite nitershocks tU Ihrcc hour inlorvnls were recorded ot) Ihe scismocrnph here Bjit. he snltl. a definite scrnurt qtinkc was rccnrded nt IMS p.m . ....... — ..... _. [ hereby warned to nppoar \viIl llilrty ctay.s hi Ihe rourt nunied Ihe rnptlnil hereof nnfl nns'.ver eomphiint of the plaintiff, I'ati Krlloy, Dated this Hth day ot July. I ilaney .Morris. Clerk Hy Laverne Ball, D.C. Ony Wnlls. ally, for )itt. Ert U. Cook, ally ad litem. TUESDAY 'WAGONS WEST' Rod Cameron, Nuah licery, Jr. & Peggy Caslle WEU.-THURS. "FAB!OLA" Miclicle Morgan Henri Vidal TUKSDAY 'SHADOW IN THE SKY" Nancy Davis James Whilmore WED.-THUKS. "JUST THIS ONCE" Peter Law-ford .lanol AIR CONDITION'!-;!) 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