Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 23, 1952 · Page 6
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June 23, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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r HMiimiai MKAMAS nm. Jutw 23, 1952 tHotf Opens Campaign, McMalh Plans Gel-Away AlPine Bluff ·;jr (Br Tfc* Aswclaled Pr*M) i · The fanfare of Jack Holts official campaign opener plus the announcement of special trains, ,, pretty girls and other trappings "far Governor McMnth's starter ~. iindled the political fires over the "'*" weekend. Unit. Little Rock attorney, former attorney general and unsuc- 5^'cessful candidate for governor ^...aytalnit McMalh in 1«4B, officially opened his campaign at MacAr- · thur Park in Little Rock Saturday night. He denounced McMath's admln- trclion as "the most corrupt, irresponsible and arrogant regime of tyranny since the days of the carpetbaggers." Holt, 49, had next to nothin, to Pine Bluff next Saturday for the formal opening of the governor's bid for a third term. The trains will start from Fort Smith. Tcxarkana, Jonesboro and Little Rock. A parade Is set for downtown Pine Bluff and McMalh will speak at 8 p.m., at Taylor Field. The talk will be broadcast over 23 Arkansas radio stations. McMath announced that Jim Wallace of Searcy, Pete Kemp of several people ncaring the century Tiuman and Diane Mack of Para- '" "1 -"" ' ' "Aunt Nine" Murdock Of Cave Springs Finds Hard Work And Simple Pleasures Are Answer To Long And Happy Life By BILME JINKS with, Springdalc-(Spccial)-Old timers '- Weaving is as simple to Aunt Nine In the Ozarks pay little attention j as sewing is for others. When she to the "average life span" rule. | reared her family weaving was a Elsewhere four score nnd in may j necessity'. Her grandchildren can Opens Offices In New Doctors' Building Dr. LeMon Clark, who with Mrs. Clark and two children has moved here from Oklahoma City, has opened offices in the newly- completed Doctors' Building on Spring Street, specializing in obstetrics, gynecology and surgery. He is a graduate of the Rush Med- University of Chi- be a f a i r enough rule, but it ap- j we plies but poorly here in the mountains. Doubtful? Look down the street or over nt the neighboring farms find see if you don't find gould would be In charge of a 'youth campaign" to a 11 r a c t voters. Murry, the only candidate other to say about his other three Dem . QfTatic opponents -- Atty. Gen. Ike Murry. Chancellor Francis Chen and Rep. Boyd Tackett. He pledged, among other things "my untiring efforts to take the Highway Department out of poll- ties once and for all. · Tackett spoke at Sheridan anc Murry'j horde town of Kordyce. At Sheridan, S a t u r d a y night, he charged that "a former governor now seeking a fifth term control of the governor's office is the chief operator of a governor makers group." He did not refer to any candidate or group b:.' n*me or otherwise identify olthej-. At Kordyce, Tackett called for voters' support there during the run-off. He aald he realized they would vote for Murry as ling as ha was in the race. To Inn The McMath organization flounced Saturday that four special trains would be dispatched Hear/ HIAtNM AIM r- "ROYAL" ·n4"MJP«t.lOrAr ··OUT PINMN ·fr OOLMNMMIIH W-Mr IffMN MMMI DIXIE RADIO 4M DICKSOR PHONE 1141 :han McMath still to open his campaign, will do so at North Little Rock, June 30. Judge Cherry announced he would rc.nain In Little Hock Monday for personal Interviews, then hit the road In Southeast Arkan- sics Tuesday for Informal campaigning--no formal speeches. Polio In Texas Said Alarming Houston, Texas - (/Pj-Snmc 333 cases treated in hospitals at Houston and Dallas today pointed up Texas' alarming polio situation. Eleven new cases were reported in Houston yesterday, Dallas added three new eases and El Paso reported its first death In 22 cases. The new cases in Houston, five from the city, two from the county and four non-resident cases made a total of llfi city cases and six deaths; 79 Harris County cases and two deaths, and 83 out-of- county cases and five deaths. On the same date last year, ouston had 49 city cases and three deaths, in county cases and no deaths, and eight out-of-county ·fits and no deaths. mark and still alert and active. An example might be Mrs. Nin,-i Murdotk of Cave Springs. Her 90th birthday is cominc up io August. You would never guess it. though, if you looked at the stacks of quilts a n d . q u i l t blocks remember when their Grandma Murdock spun the thread and The darks have two older children who live away from' here, one of them a fellow in the Mayo ! knit all the gloves and mittens ! Clinic ' RocnMt f r · Minn they had as children. ' This brings up the point that it was not easy living that granted Aunt Nine 2 healthy old age. She has seven living children. Ask any mother of today who has an automatic washer, electric mangel, running water and all the conveniences that Aunt Nine never she pieced this past winter. To top I evcn dreamed of and she will tell - - · . . . . . . . . . . . ' o I off the matter. "Aunt Nine," as ' she is affections! jly railed around Cave Springs, has not seen the eye of n needle for mnn.v years, it you that rearing seven children would bc one good sized job. Then add to that the fact that Aunt The Courts Chancery Court Helen W. Wheeless vs. Gordon Wheeless: Decree of divorce to plaintiff. Rose May Villines vs. Raymond Ray Villines: Decree of divorce to plaintiff, awarding custody of Is all done by I ouch and'guess al- i npcn wash kctllc ' irnncd with flat though she ' is not completely ' rons , from a stnvc which ha " to blind. ° c TMuoled with wood, made her Firecracker In Gasoline Tank Makes Big Boom Valley Stream, N. Y.-Two small »ys . . a couple of midget tlre- rackers . . . an empty gasoline ank . . . and boom! The whole Valley Stream area elt i Jar yesterday. The one-ton, :,000-gallon tank was lifted Into he girders of the trestle under which it was stored and twisted round a steel beam. The two boys vere burned. The boys--Carl Heuther, 11, ind Robert Muhr, II--wanted to see how much noise a firecracker would make when exploded In the tank. 11 is true that at the present, Aunt Nine is recovering from a recent heart attack. But t h a t docs not necessarily mean her working years are behind her. She was well past 80 whnn she slipped while crossing a creek near her home and suffered a fractured hip. The folks all around thought then that Aunt Nine was about done for, but she was again w a l k - ing the two miles plus to the little while Missionary Baptist Church she had attended several decades in an unbelievably short time. If her husband, John Murdock. were still living, the couple would observe their 70th wedding anniversary this year. He has been gone more than a quarter of a | century. Her parents have been dead for several decades. She is the sole survivor of a family of 12 children. Even nil of her old 1 school mates have been thinned down In number u n t i l A u n t Nine now knows of only one other still living. But never let it bc said that Nine boiled her laundry out In an minor child of parties to plaintiff "- ·- ' - ' ·" - ' Hollis R. Warren vs. Dixie R. Warren: Decree of divorce to plaintiff awarding custody of two minor sons to the plaintiff and a minor daughter to the defendant. own soap, canned a l l of her own vegetables and fruit, carried water for all her household needs, helped make the garden and tend the chickens, did all the weaving. Aunt Nine is the "last leaf upon', events were held. And no on the tree. She docs not live in the j rushed away afterward--becaus knitting and sewing, and then found time to get her family to church on Sunday. It is logical that the many others of this area who are in Aunt Nine's age group did about the same kind of work. There was no easy way a century ago. One thing about life then, though, might be considered as a lost art: Aunt Nine and those with whom she grew up knew nothing of the hub-bub of precision timing. There was no rushing about to this social at such an hour wondering how one could get through there In time for a committee meeting scheduled soon after in order to be at so and so's at such a time for d- nor so everyone could attend such and such as soon as dinner was over. When Aunt Nine went to church she found usually that the service was being held as soon as everyone arrived, just as any of the other community socials or me Marriages Orville Ray Webber, Plattsburg, Mo., and Mrs. Mary Jo Russell, Lathrop, Mo., were married June 21 by Witt Carter, county judge'. Gene Shaw and Miss Pauline Clemmons, both of Chanute, Kan., were married June 20 by the Rev. James C. Ramey. Milton Ray Gilliland, Wichita, Kan., and Miss Annie Pearl Hitchcock, Apopka, Fla., were married June 13 by the Rev. Walter L. Johnson. Martin M. Scroggins and Miss Olruagna Bird, both of Little Rock, were married June 8 by the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. Keep mr wUk ike Times Jail*. past. She did not sit idly down and say, "Now my family is rear- Aunt Nine was then in the era where folks had time to visit with cd aitd 1 shall rcsl." She has gone j each other. Maybe it is not sur- right on working, first for her i prising they lived a long time- children, then her 32 grandchll- I they had something to live for. dren, 80 great grandchildren and', · finally hcr'two great-great-grandchildren. Not only has she done physical work all of these, but she retains » sunny and genuine interest In each of them, keeping her as young as the one she is Extensive changes in the Mississippi River Valley were made by violent earthquakes in the winter of 1811-12, including the formation of Rcelfoot Lake, 14 miles long and four miles wide. 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