The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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BLYTI Cou . M,VIII—NO. 115 Blythevfile Courier Ulytlieville Daily News THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Mississippi Valley. Leader Blytlicville Herald Formal Dedication OfNewHighSchool Jo Be Held Sept. 14 Formal dedication of Blythcville's new $351,000 senior: high school with an accompanying "open house" for public inspection of the structure will be held Sept. 14, it was announced' yesterday by School Superintendent W. B. Nicholson. Begun two years ago, work ornof Ic.ichint,' for a teacher. BLVTHEVILLR, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1952 SIXTKEN PAGES SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS} the new school building is nearly completed and it will be placed in use this Jail. Mr. Nicholson also announced On the following day, the teachers will hear talks by various State Department of Education and Ar- yesterday afternoon that enrollment in the Blytheville school district will be held Sept. 5 with regular classvvork scheduled to get underway Sept. 8. Registration of students hi the three senior high school classes that will occupy the nesv building will be held Aug. '26-29, Principal V/. D. Tommey announced today. All students in the district were to report Sept. 5 for enrollment, Mr, Nicholson safd. Three days ol pre-schooi teachers meetings will be held beginning Sept. 2, the superintendent said. Formal dedication of the new school, located on an 18-acre site between 8th and 10th Streets north ,'of the old high school, will he pre- ceeded by am "open house" during which the public may inspect the building. I'rogram Starts at 2 p.m The dedication program will begin at 2 p.m. in the 1,000-seat auditorium* of the ne'.v building v,ith Set .ool Board President Max B Reid presiding. Special guests for this program will include members of the School "Board, those who were on the Board when the plan? for the'new school were made, .the contractor, architect, State Department of Education, ^officials. Al^o invited by school'officials as special'guests are the iir€$tdents of all the colleges in Arkansas. • Mr. Nicholson said -that another guest "of honor will be C. G, Redman, Sr., whom he credited as the ttr5i>.U? envision* use of the new school's; site lor that purpose. Mr,' Redman, an engineer and secreiary^of Drainage District 17 |f here, suggested about seven years ago that this site be used and took knnsLis '"ducat-ion Association officials. On the last day. teachers will assemble in 'discussion groups according to schools and grade levels. In announcing the senior higl school registration schedule, Mr Tommey said seniors will register Aug. 2G, juniors AUJJ. 27. and sophomores Aug. 28. Students who coulc not register on these days will register Aug. 29, Inside Today's Courier News . . . Wilson News . . . Holland Xeiss . . . Page 3. . . . Movies are bolter than ever . , . 1'uge 2. . . . Sports . . . I'age 9. . . , Society . . . rage 4. . . . Markets . . . Page 5. McMalh takes unfair crack at attorneys Page S. editorials . SCHOOf, KEl'AIUS- Fallen plaster and mortar is shown on the floor of a Blytheville High School classroom, after having been chipped auay by workmen who are rcplnstcring cracked spots in ceilings and walls of the building. Work is in preparation for opening of the school term, when Blyilicvllle Junior High School will move into tlio old high school building on Chlckasawtaa Avenue. Ninth, tenth, eleventh and twellth nnu't^ \\cie formerly housed in the structure, and now all cxccE>t the nimh wiil be moved to new hi^-h school building on North Tenth Street. Ninth srade will be combined with seventh and eighth to give Blytlicville a three-year junior high school. Central Elementary School will expand into the former junior high building on Chickasawba. [Courier News Plioln) M I erry Hits 'It's Vote Right Or Lose Checks/ Jtfdge Charges By LEON HATCH LITTLE ROCK (AP) Chancellor Francis Cherry .last night accused the Wei- ^asgn; soundings which showed it as tliei 1 .* ," « r *. n- highest point in Blytheville. He also tai f . Uepaitmeut of telling made tentative sketches to accom- recipients of assistance that pany his -suggestion. . The new 18-classroom building \ -will accommodate move thvm 600 students. The E-shaped building is 335 feet long and is of fireproof steel,' brick and tite construction. The Junior Hl^h School, nov; to comprise the seventh, eighth and ninth grades, will move into the old high school this fall and Central Grf^de School will expand into the former junior high building. A concrete sidewalk: links the new school to. the buildings on the old campus. Teachers to Meet Beginning Sept. 2, the three-day series of teachers meetings will be held to indoctrinate teachers on plans for the year's work. On the morning of Sept. 2, teachers will be introduced to board BJ members and school officials. Thnt Ih afternoon, Dr, Matt Ellis, president ot Kendrix College at Conway, will |i> address the teachers on (he bone tits Dr. John Elliott Steps Out of Coroner Race "their checks will be cut off if Sid McMath isn't re-elected." Cherry, who opposes Go\ Mo Math for the Democratic noinup uoii -fci gove;nor"atMhe ndttfi :>rimary next Tuesday, made The] charge in answering a question at a radio talhsthcs here. The questioner wanted to. know "why it is lhat we (welfare 'clients) have been told now that we'll have to show up at the welfare office when It used to be that case workers visited us." "Thai's Easy" Question That's easy," the Jonesboro judge replied, "there aren't enough case workers to get tlie word around before the election; they're telling you to report, to the office so you can be told your checks will be stopped if Sidney doesn't get his third term. "Tt isn't so; it's just another desperate effort by the McMath crowd to get votes." Cherry, who predicts he'll beat McMalh by 75.000 to 100,000 vote next Tuesday,- had said previously that lie would discharge Mrs. Henry Bethel! of Little Rock as state Welfare Commissioner if he becomes governor. He has said the same thine, in response to questions about several specified department heads. To Remove Adkins' Crowd He has promised generally to get rid of "all of (former Gov. ROK htfonfryrnen Win EncU Height Ori Central Front SEOUL, Korea W — The U. S. *Hecklers Join 'Crowd at Talk In Jonesboro H>- CAKI, BELL JONESBOKO, AvU. (AP) —Gov. today labeled Trisman Eyes Move for Hew Price Conli'ois WASHINGTON (AP) — President Tninum said today lie is considering calling an extra session of Congress to ask for a stronger price control liW. He told a news conference that no decision has been made, but he has the matter under consideration. If it is nccer;y:iry lo cnll n fipe- cinl session, he declared, he will call It. A decision will await developments, he adtittl. Tniman declined to comment on reports thru tfllis O. Arnall ts preparing to quit as price Staljil- iliL'l-. Arnall went (o tlie White House yesterday bearing his ve.signauon, effective Sept. 1, and a report lo Truman that food prices aijain are rising sharply. Arnall Wants Session HVI) WINNEKS���First prize ol 55,0 in the Blythcvillc Value Days' drnwini; yesterday went, to C. W. Sellers of Blythevilic, Rt. 3. Winning S10 pri/-A.s were Mrs. Wilbnrn I^velncly aiid Mis. Gertrude Ro'oerts of lilytlies'ille, and Miss Helen Bruton of _Bitt!?g[iduelo, Mo. Receiving $5 awards at Ihe drawing on Main Street yesterday afternoon at the con- elusion of the clay's activities were W. H. O'Bannon, Mrs. Ross Stevens and IJum Sl'alam. all of Blytheville. nnd Miss Margaret 'lliomns of Manila. Above, Olivia Goff, 10, of ntythcvlllo, Rt. 4, wlio Arnall said he told the President,! V.HS the:-cn Jvom the rro\Mt to conduct the itr.vv.-lns conv;rutu!alcs Uvo it may be necessary to call Con-] o[ ,,, L , winner; lativ. his' for a third \ erm nomination "the dirtiest of all my political battles." He used that description in an Fifth Air Force said its Sabre Jet j interview following up his cam- 1 "lot c. igt rlnwn I' i V P n •= rh delivcrod in tills •> s t'nd d; ti f n >•* ictc n .uI. his ou, ne in th- bi t-i Oa n e ground * _ South Ko ein f ntr men back a C( il F- Capilol Hill tin ^on my personal this campaign. •ont hi <rht called hour: ;fter they had lost it at dawn. A U. S. Eighth which he say:; was begun 18 months Army briefinir officer said it was a KO liy "certain special interests" tile .sixth time in two days that -----the steep hill hud cnsngcd hands Toitny's toll of Communist jets boosted the -Reds' losses to 15 MIQs destroyed and 13 damaged in four days. U. H. ]ov«>s, if any, will be announced later in a weekly Dr. Jqhn Q. Elliott totiay tin- nouuced his withdrawal as a candidate for County Coroner. Dr. Elliott said he had made the decision to withdraw because the Homer Adhins' crowd of \iench- current demands of his practice "do rnen," but 1ms assured "the honest, j not nliou- time for out-side work." The withdrawal leaves only one candidate, E. M. Holt, who is seek- [ ing reelection. i Q f „„(< Driving Brings One MIG was shot down and one damaged in t\vo iiattlcs near the Yalu River around noon. Two more were destroyed in a battle near AnJ«. Sahres down one and clamaaed three in .1 clash south of Sinuiju. in Northwest i Korea. I Fiercely charsing Chinese troops ' seized ru?orfld Capitol Hill about ! 5 a. m. after losing about 200 dead j bucked by licavy artillery fire sr.d wounded. But soldiers of the j South Korean First Regiment swept back up the rugged slopes. U. N. ruuHeYynu'u e.ud warplarves helped keep the Communisls at bav. McMath has charged Cherry, U.S. Ben. John lj. McClellan and the Arkansas Power and Light Company had used "filth and lies" in an effort to smear him. McMHlh. himself, has charged Cherry with operating a "riivo'rcc mill" in his chancery court ;cast remarks about the chancellor having been born in Oklahoma and quipped that "Arkansas sunshine Sec MCMATH on ra^c & gress back inlo special .session "if food prices continue to get out of hand and skyrocket." Tiie price bo.-.:i told reporters Truman '"w a s very attentive — he said he was quite conconierl about the rising prices." Arnall added that he also discussed with the President "the ina'deo.uate controls law written just before the end of the session of Congress." ~ drninistration source re- . Left lo right arc Olivia, Mr. O'Bannon nnd Mrs. Love- o ree -jiie Presidl'lit V* reluctant *Aina!l leave and 'predicted i raman, Stevenson To Discuss Campaign * ***' he would mate every effort 10 \ necessary keep the Georgian on the price .... ^~ „ job. WASHINGTON Negro Girl, 9, Drowns in D !,,.»„ fV* /G?l Nrs. John Services to Be Held At 3 p.m. Tomorrow For Pioneer Resident Mrs. John W. lilythe, widow of nephew of Blythevillc's founder, ciied at about 7:30 p.m. yesterday at BIythevillc Hospital. She was 73. Services for Mrs. Blythe will be conducted at 3 p.m. tomorrow nt St. Stephen's Episcoual church by the Rev. William J. Pitzhtigh, priest in charge. Burial will He in Maple Grove among A MtesfcFfppi River Chute at Pe- . .... can Point has claimed ils second! V cmclcry ivbl1 ' Ho11 Home! i ov . (/Pj -- President, T:amj.n suid today cverytiiing to obtain a Democratic victory v.ill come under discussion when Gov. Adlai Stevenson meets with him nnd his cabinet, here next week. J-le told a news conference the (|iR'.,Uous it will include, other things, what part he .-liould take in Ihe campaign. Since Truman obviously is r'ar-^. ing to get in some licks at the Republicans, Stevenson may find himself confronted with the difficult task of suggesting that the president take t> back scat. The Democratic nominee has been at some pains to avoid close Identification with the Truman administration. Trumnn said he invited Stevenson to the White House since Stevenson tuul '>ii[f^er>lefl to him ia Chicago, nt the time of tile Democratic Katinnal Convention, that such A meeting would be a very fine thiiiR. Ho said Ihe White House luncheon will be attended by Ken. John J. Sparktnan of Alabama, the vice presidential nominee, and by Vice President Alben W. Bark- Face-to-Face Debate Follows Opponents Plunge Into Hot Argument; Charges, Denials Fly By CAUI, BICI.I, HELENA, Avk. (AP) — Chancellor Francis Cherry rid Gov. Sid McMath locked n a heated, fuce-lo-face <le- Hite today over each other's •hai-ges luirted in their bitter Kiltie for the Arkansas Governor's office. The exchange began when \IcAlath barged unannounced nto Cherry's radio talkathon icrc shortly lie-fore noon and :ook the chair the Jonesboro jurist has had reserved for lira since Cherry first challenged the Governor to appear with him. McMnth had countered Cherry's .nviUiUcm with one of his own but until today they line! not met on the stump. The Uvo candidates Immediately plunged into a heated debate by asking each other questions and then disputing the answers. Here some? of the exchange: Cliorvy: "Sid, why did yon fail to go uito the Highway Audit Commission investigation and fire people you knew had been doing WTOIIR and ought to have been fired?" MeMnth: "You know that Investigation was trumped up for political reasons. Not one indict-, ment was returned by the Grand Jury which investigated the Audit Commission's report." Cherry: "I! there was nothing to ihat report, will you tell me how come the circuit judge, Judge was so .disappointed that hnrd-workini career employes ol ' See CHEKItV on I'aj-'S 5 in four days. A ninc-ycar- \$ 100 Fine, Day in Jail 3 MJSECO Men Given Pcro'ss Three m-?n rnnvintH and s>>n- i tented to ihr st.ifp penitentiary in; Mis-if^ippi County Circuit C-nirt ! were Er;in'fd prroV-r yr -*"r;}.\\- hv : the State Hoard nf Pardons . ontf Lonucl Weaver was fined SlfiO and I Th--v ;ire ..To'mpv T, P, ••fh-ivin, en -t.i nnd sentenced to n day tn i who \\ ;»> si-:,': -r d AMI! II to ;i j jail in Municipal Court -this morn-i om--yr; i tM'in for i:r;iml huTrny; Arkansas forecast: Partly Cloudy!™? on a charge of driving while [James R. O"B;in:ioir. v,ho was sen- thia afternoon, tonight, and Friday; | under the influence of liquor. : tcncnri to or.? :.e:<r for grand tor- In other action, Robert Barham' cenv 0:1 April II: Darrell find Nil dine McDavid were found' Rpcnrrr, who v;is r-mfr-nrTii on the not truiltv on n charge of illegal' fMinf <l,ife to oiu; yf\ir for falsr co-hahitp.tion, prct-nvo. nkl N T c:Trf) cirl. Bernadine Henkiv, drowned ye.=teniay while wadina in in charge. Mrs. Blythc rrm:e to is a miiHc teacher in C(axton Is Beaten By John Boslor in Democratic Primary In R political upset, Sheriff ,j;ike Cl;o:um of CarHthersvillc wns dc- fratcil ycslcnlny by John Hosier for the Democratic nomination tor sheriff of Pcmiscot County. Mr. Hosh-r, a former deputy ?hrr- iff, UMcMrd .Sheriff CInxton by a vote of :'..W> to 1,837. yesterday. I'lanriPd to Ka.'k Hartley T]) nil|l ,, in ^ Tn n r:(jnrin<:iili:'.l (one:, the Prosl-! rlis-rlff was i lo chute aljouL three-quarters' o'i: ycars riftcr tllc to;vn founder! hyi cl '- r ' ! hllcl tll( ? ncv.-juijcn he w<wl«l j jell fur iho fir j .t tinic in UK a wilti from thp .spot v.-hore James I ^''~ ' in ' r ^ncTs uncle, the Rev. Hen- 1 *' r ^<.' •'•upi'tJi-tfrcJ Hnrklfy for the ; tv. Jack P. T.iylor of Wilson rtrowncd Sim-' r * T - *Whe, had Become incorp- | P'•Cf.uUintJnl uomina'ir.ji hail Hulk- he cniled a- new grand jury ^o invoatiyate the matter in Scpteni- ijcr?" McMaUi: "The grand jury which inve.s(ifjatcri tt included ytiine of the moat outstanding men in Pulnski county. Cherry: "I'm not questioning their Integrity but certainly some oC men had do no a lot of business with the state. Why didn't yon fjo before the Audit Commission under oath vixen they Invited you to testify?" McMnth: "That Investigation was a real spectacle from the start. Tt was n Xnn^aroo court, I \va.s not going down there as governor of tlie state and dignify that spect- Chrrry: "All you had to do, Sid, wiis lo tell tlie truth. Crrnvtl (irtnis Quickly The crowd which grow quickly :i:; the word c;o n round thnt Ihe j LV/O rival.i were meeting for tho ! first thrjc and which ovcrfiowed I into Iht; slrcrLs cheered, and ap- ! plauded, Won 10 more oT (tie aryumentt MtrMrtlh: "You j=ay stnlo i:inpl')yi\- ;UT iiii,'l'- i r pressure to orated, The former Mto Bci she VMS born in Mf?imini f Trnn., : - ft '-' r : "' '< r day morning. Coroner F;, M. Holt s^ici today. The child had cone to the chute, - - - -with several cousins, all of whom?Mnr. 28, 1379. -She wns married 1oi ors r-'inain-jd in thp 1 rurtv < Berkley niillcf] our of the race t'att bo th )Up of inbiir -union li-ad- callrd him "loo old." ty. deir.itcfi ,J«nu- of Cm G VOtr:."-. IJ.'trJir.s, 3-i, his nc:ire:-,t -Miiru-[ ,., )rL rno _ Th;1 _ f ;^ 110t tt . uc _ Rut . co;in-. of Krnnett • Sen, Jo!;n i?; supporting - and I'm Mire you know that rival. Carl- ne'.s pimin^ prc.^uro on federal ! «nu- of Cm nth, -1,138 to 3.U9. Tn:n ; cinnhr-L--- " irt.mns o! Kennett trailed with 557 j cherry:' "t don't wvirnr.rt not to ^'et near nnd wnded in nlone, ac- iho In to John W. Til vine in 1K07- In il! health for the p;i*t sevrrnl H( . cnrdtntj 1r» rrports. SnrMcnly, she months, Mrs. TJlytho lieu] „ fli:-':i|>-:e:'iTd. oilier rhilclrrti said,' palir-nt »t Blythoviile Hns:iit;tl ; liL - ( tnpn ^npoared once mmc and ; sinre Mondrty. ••••^ scrr^m^ri before coing do\vn. Tnc i Mrs. Fllylljc hiid IM;rn a msiinvmi- : O: nccWpnl occurred about 5 p.m.. and ! cant of St. Stephen'.'; trpi'-'cosp.] i I r rc. the body was recovered about two | Church here since 1033, •tilien she hours later. j and her throe rianshters were ron- Thn child'j; narpnt^. Frank Hen- j firmocl nt the 5flrnc jrrvi-r \VHb know about , , tint but we luve hundreds of lett- John M, naltrm of Keimctt, ran- ;„,.,, from Kln > f unlp!oycs savin< , U ,,,a, »-,.„, on to say he ", id' ." i™"^" DnJ,™ n° Co'n" ! *'*' v ° b<! ™ P '" u ' n<lcr ^"™ ,.:iH th, co:,v,.,,t,-,n pick,,! ,!,, , '" ^ ^ Vote* and S ."afcl 7 ,, , KACB T " rACB ° n I>1Be * i:n-n-- nifij l .tii.ssorui ;ti^e the : Irv and wifp. arc now worklnt! En I (ho exception nf two yi-nrs ?} " l ' •-" .. «ntl the d.itiffhter had beo.n 1 nidrd in California, "MI? rr-- i >• n vith coiipnis Funeral arrange- [ had served 28 ^iissco Men Classified 4-F Leave for Re-Exammathns widely scattered daytime rhunclor- shn'.vers mostly in .srmth portion: not much change in temperatures. Missouri Partly Cloudy Twenty-eight Mississippi County ; J. D. Pll-rim, Hrrrert Hoover Pot- lonight nnd Friday with .scattered i men. previously classified as 4-F in > tcr. Dank-] Defot. Watsan. W.-OtoT showers and thundershowers west! the draft. Icft for.Little Rock this Griffin Eiakc, o-cecla; Cecil Park- and north portions tonight and over j morning to be re-examined for pos- er. Ricliard Glen n.intl-on. Odis the state Friday: no decided chance'sible re-dassifieation. .Leon Kamm. nari John Will- are incomolete pending arrival of the parents. Auto Theft In Two Weeks Here 1. Voiced his support of W. Suiart K;. minmon [or election a<; . N .Tir,:.ollri M-nMm over C1OF* Sr n:i- lor Jnmr-:; P. K.-ni BSyUlc; I'oiv.t «>t S\iniiiKUi» I, Silll'P; Wll [ 1( . , !u . ,, r , . ,.,, nl |,. !t .l; CC l .;!;,(,, i A.-.ciriii-y G<-nr,--l J. I-:, llllick) Tay. ,, „, , -rni7h- . j ()r j n ,|, o p. :nru - v rl'.-ction Tut .s- tors. Mrs. w. f. Mnlm of Illylhc- ; (ln .. h . ; Vva'or Meters ^^..x^j.i^wtj I.1VJV. i, i Disaster Area |Eycd m Mam«a eiuirrh her confirrnation. Survivors include three CM ,, er( ,, co <;1 .. o o , 1E „,„„ CM , er( ,, co vile w,!h wnom =i,e rcs:,l«l: Mrs. , ' L , } ( , , Svminsaon . K. A. C.rccr oi Holly Sprinvs. MIV.V; I T ,,..,,.,,. ,.,,,, ,.„ . „ , f r , r T :,, , nr and Mrs. Movd Taylor of Kl Con- | „.. .' "" ;"' T" ' ''I ' ' T'..^;- 1 ?' in temperature; low tonight In ihcj Miss Ro.=a Paliba, clerk 60s; high Friday ROs northeast to i Mississippi County near 9^ southwest. snlri today's call wn Minimum thl? mornm?--fW. Maximum yesterday- -89. fiust??t today—6:57. Sunri?^ (.omorrow— 5:15, Precipitation 24 hours to 7 a.m.— none. Total precipitation since Jan, 1 Mean temperature (midway be- of the Draft Board. [ for 40 men 1ml • of this number live were transferred to other boards and nine failed ' to report. i Two men were transferred to the Mississippi County Board from oth- : rr boards and left with today's L croup. The county's next call will be tween hi^h and low)—785. Jxormal mean temperatures August—SO,2. This Dale T,ast Year Minimum Ihis tnornin::—69. Mnximum vestc-iday-03. Precipitation January i date—30.27. Smith. M^r.ila: Mclvin CSIhbs, Ty- ronxa; Fir*^h Rire, ln:icnr uclcnce, NTo. J. W. Jlf^Hnr. St ryjuif.; Curtis Hnrtlr.-,!>' Qrlr.-m. ^vrr.orcl; nnd Elmer ThoTTins Grinir:,". Luxorn. NrTroe 1 ?— Hu'nr; C?r,r\-, Doll; Jim- Jat oh, O.-v'j'nla; Mi'-'i". 1 ; MalLins, Janirs E'-.rl .Tnh.'i>:on, Matt Junior Lcwte. anrl Willie White Jr., ttly- thnville. F;>iliHT 'o rcinrt l^ilny v/rrr*: Mrnu))i:-; .Tamr ! 5i Tir : nl.-:v. [/'Xura; Robert Lr? Hrr.riy, Mimt.'i; William Vl?rra?tn Byrtl. TuV-,i, (Jkta. lie Ralph HaH. Cliffprd Gean Smith, 1 N T c : :rrot':;--I?ov IJL-.r,' t :, Fddie M^in James Paul Austin, Billy J. F. Hat- • Sy'K<.i=. Rnfu.s rmydcr. Btylluviiic: | lirld, and James Robert Doelyn, of Miln::, Junior H:IT. CV^fUiml, O-; to this • Blylhovillr; Iloyd Elmo Reeves, and 1 nnd Gr. millc Jutiioi: Jolu. ,on, Nai Burl Wesley Webster, Leachvillc; | jwleon, O. trr>. Calif.; Hirer rons. Crtri W, i Rlvthc r,f San Di^'o. John '.V. ! Illy the. Jr.. nf fni'l^wood. Cfihf., j I anci H. G. Blythc o! M^mphlr- I wo ' PlyUipvillc'f: fourth Ftolen autn-!?Mers, Mrs. rhnrlrp C, Ford of 1 nmbil? fn (hn nast Uvo wcok^ was'K?. Toui^ and Mrs. A. C. Ciunr.h.^m Ihi.x morning by city po-j of Shrt:vr|iort, T,fl.: in rr;mdrhil-i j flron nnrl one p.rr:;\i -rr; 1 Li;!chiIrJ. I •-icrorrilnr? fo nnlice rernrds a KU1 , r^nhonrcr-i v.ill he FranV Whit- •rVl T^rirk wns ronnfcd K ;_nU'n M-QT?h. Fart IV.K-k'.'.y, Fvrrl r-. S-'-.UbH,' it^rdiv n'f.rmoon from the u^d \ TMvmonci .Sirhnvirh, l)r. Lo',ii.~ Hub- r l':f. of thr Horner-Wilr-on Mo- < ?nrr and Tom Hr;^on. ivAsrrrxcTON w — The lir. 1 ^lal-r nf Arkansas jcsirrtlay i n.ts dc^i::n;itril by the Agriculture, Drpnrlmont as a drought dis.islcr i area. j Arkansas hrcnmc tlie* nfntli ! trlnlc td ea'n tlie <lcsi^»At»nn, ! \\ tiicli rnnMrs Inrnirrs tn ol>l;im from the rurmrrs Jfmnr ArMiiini'-tratinn in order lo rn.iin- U'tiji [irndurtion. I MANIt A — Thr .\r.',ni!a City '"'jiir^: 1 .!, irv-'Mr,!: l;i;;f ni'/U' \\il\\ the '.V.v^r ;ui»i ^"v,i;r Cc":ninir- -inn. di?- cti r -~rd ir-jfiillp'.tion of water meters in ihe ci!v. mm in to be m^do, D. Shcrid said today I'"]nnl"!T! but M.i.vbr T. ihr'. tbr city Tn o' v ::-r ::r J (c ' :ol ' lr ' <l ' City P dice men and Firemen To Sponsor Western Rodeo ::r!i'-n, t v ;« rounr-il voted c. t-:i't-ii ;:t. n nifctin? of rivic orcmru^itions o^o~- nnif r.' of (ho Fri'-cor nil- beUv-:<?n Mnnib ar.d Tnc rr relink '.vill bo hrld '"Hilr that r^n.Mit Ir.i Misrry ?,nkl' car was reported stolen! Cott On Picking Contest of July H for 40 men previously cla silitd a=; 1-F, to be re-examined. leaving today \VCTC: Whites—L«voy Milton Beard, \VU- tlie .-limit ?. p.m. ytstorday, a rtinrt i ^ ... , ~»* . time jiftpr the aulornohile firm had ; t - Omm '** ee *° Meet pcr^ptAf] the rnr as a trade-in. The c?r vvas described as f.vo- tonr t^rcpi). ^>veral dav?. ae;o. a 1941 blue Chevrolet was reported from the i:rrd car lot of the N'ohln Gill Pontiac Agency. Tt has not iir^n rcrnvr-rcd. Kgt. Marry said. Two of the four cars stolen QLU H - Ii'g the period have been recovered, I A mrc'.in^ of the N.itioril Cot'on !^ Contest ro:iimit(re svill hr '' dark I h^lrt ^ B P.m. tr.dfiy in" the Jayirr f];ihhouie. J. L. Wcstbroo'-;, chair- | nnn of the 105? r\enl, «.?.id lodny. ; Mr. Westbrool; ^aid the muting; \voitld ho,-ir ropo. t 1 ', ;nid rl-.M^ tor i the contest would be reviewed fit : llils lime. I I'!;. UK-vil!>'•':•; police and firrmcn t' , v/:tii ;-;.-'.,-:j:-.~ aut 'Mdobtlc-s nnd bl-i !v;i;;|; i:: .^:i;e \vild bulli snd brom.i- DIP \Vrlch BrcAlicrs Western t rii'O, whicii ii o-»\notJ \LITTLE U2- Welch of fame. IB T : ;^ 'I:-y nnd Wf. 1 :;! 1 .' :!- iy r*l Wu!k- CT f'.irk ruui i f '-vitl show he to under the aU'pc<r. of thr pollcc- rnr-Ji nnd finrn-n of BlythovHlc. riilpf of Pi'li'c C.vil Graves rr-.kl In. 1 ,! ni':h! tfirrt t:roi"f;eds froni tlie iOf.ieo "Aill Vie «> ; td lo pur- :t -e nor uniforms nnd other iuipmt'iil for the police and re clep:ii in'. ~n';-. 'I lu 1 ic.xic ~> (.-. rii'tK<!n!<!d to qiv<* . n j;i ::i(iy pr-rfi-vrm.iticr.;. The .jM'r.; i>i;inn." ;iro lo 'i!'\;lu at li ;"- !'"-ly t'.vn linnr-, 'E'iie Mio\v'-; prr^riini Inrluoes M form; of We:.;cm rfidi/o or<- 1 : i urnnr nt iiirtudi' <•; bull rifiiiiL", vuruo riding, bull closing tnd The only thing Ihot ke£?ps sorrv9 people from boii^g live svircs is too nwriy fcosc ccr.rvections. QM*

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