The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1949 · Page 9
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March 25, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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FRIDAY, MARCH 25,1949 BLTTHETTLLH '(AR1C.T COURIER NEWS PAQB KM! |Spa Youth Wins National Honor Arkansas Lad Picked As 'No. V Member Of U.S. Boys Club NEW YORK. Stuffy" March 25. Montgomery, 14- year-old son of a H0[ Springs, Ark., barber, was named the Number 1 I boy among the 300,000 members of the Boys Club of America today. Parents of the "Boy of the Year' I and winner of the Junior CiUreii- | ship award are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Montgomery. The selection was made yesler day by radio, veteran and civic sroup "leaders interested In boys work. Tlie Hoi Springs High Schoo Jre.shman was named on thrc counts: training lor citizenship o tomorrow through service to hi community; winnlng'iils way bac to health after crippling auto acci dent at the age of six, and bein a representative American boy. Young Montgomery is a membc of the Hot Springs Boys Clu which reported he lias a person; ycar-svround project of collecth Christmas gifts and clothing f< the community's needy. The club said many other nli things about "stuffy"—how 1 helped raise funds for school bin uniforms and for charities. Only 85 pounds. Montgomery Is fisted ns the winner of baseball and boxing honors In club and school groups. He Is a B-plus student. As a reward, the Hot Springs youth sets an all-expense paid trip to New York next week. He Is scheduled to make radio and television appearances and be guest of honor at a special BJys Club dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel Thursday. * Then as an added reward next •ummer, "Stuffy" can take a pal of his own choosing for a three two-week vacation at the Red Rider Ranch hi Pagosa Springs, Colo. Prosecutes Reds Attorney John F. X. McGohcy is the prosecuting attorney In the government's case against the 11 top Communist leaders In Ihis country now on trial fn New York City. Sportsmen Back Move to Acquire Park in Missouri POPLAR BLUFF, Mo., March 25 MV-Interest In acquiring the Ele phant Rocks area at Granltevllle Iron County, for A state park 1 growing In this area, It was learned Lywterday when the Southeast MLs "sourf Sportsman's Association endorsed the movement. Bill Toellner, president of the association, said that group of sportsmen is appealing ot the State Park Board to take whatever steps may be necessary to add this small urea tw the state park system. The area Is small, only a few tores, and If set up as a state park will require no additional expense. It Is one of the most historic and scenic spots in the eastern Ozark* and now Is threatened with destruction by quarrying Interests that own the land on which the massive red granite boulders stand. Many persons Interested in preserving the natural beauty of the Ozarks are writing the State Park Board. It was learned, asking that this property be acquired for state use. It Is situated adjacent to State Highway 21 at Graniteville, a short distance northwest of Ironton. Transfer of Camp Robinson to State Is Sought WASHINGTON, March 25. </Pl— Legislation authorizing transfer of 34.000 acres of Camp Robinson to Arkansas was introduced today by Senator McCldlan and Rep. Brooks Hays. Tlie area involved would be used by the Arkansas National Guard but would revert to the federal government In event- of emergency. Hays said the National Guard las used the area since March 25. 947, and that transfer of title would aid m administration. "Fallowing the first World War. he War Department deeded Adams Field of Little Rock with the provision that It could be recovered for use by the Army In event of an emergency," Hays said In a statement. "The Air Force operated the field during the war but has sVice returned it to the -It/. "We are attempting to make (he same arrangement or camp Rob Inson." J.S. Charges teds Afraid of Our Freedoms WASHINGTON. Murcll 25. ,«•) — llie State Department said yesterday Russia Is afraid to let Ita |)eo- >I« got a true idea of American reedotiLs and living standards. l'\>r that rea-son, it said In a strongly worded reix>rt, Russians arc shut , ofl from out.sldc contacts whereby they could draw compari- ons with the way things arc at liome. Tho report told tlie failure o( past-war American efforts to ar< with Moscow for exchanges of fiturtont.s, .scientists and • initolic lions. It concluded: "The Soviet government fears tree Interchange of ideas beciuixc of a realization that 30 years ol Communism have failed to provide (he patient Soviet people with n livint standard anywhere approximating tluit enjoyed by the workers In th United States." It declared that the Russians' have been deprived by the Soviet regime ol freedom of thought and action. The rc|K>rt bristled with denunciation of Moscow "evasions," "suspicions," and "spy phobia." It was published on the eve of the opening today in Now York of a "cultural and scientific conference for world peace," The U.S. granted entry permits lo 21 delegates *from RiLssia ann Communist-run eastern European countries. 'our Firtmtn Overcome battling Flamts, Fum»i fn Fireproof Building LITTLE HOCK, March 35. (a>)— b\)ur fircmeii were overcome while fighting a (Ice Inside a "tire-proof, burglar-proof" bulldlnj here yn- terdny. The Jour. Chief Gann Nalley, Capl. Joe Mann, Capt. Fred CUrlc and Ladderman Clayton Davis, were overcome by fumes from refrigeration equipment. They were report- cd recovering. The building at 1210 Knst Sixth Street, occupied by the RelrlRcra- lloii nnd Electric Supply Company and OlSnnnon Brothers Electric Appliance Company, was constructed recently of reinforced concrete throughout. firemen hnri to break out skylights to gel Into the burning building, There was no estimate of damage lo contents of the structure, the Intel lor of which was gutted. Railroad Gets $1,200 fn Conscience Money From Troubled EmJbeix/er DENVER, March '25. M>)—A railroad's treasury was heavier by more than >UOO today nnd some mnn's conscience was much lighter. The Denver and Ulo Grande Western received a letter yesterday ilgncil "God knows my name" and containing 11,510 In currency. The letter, printed In largo block tetters said: "About 30 years nuo, I stalled embattling funds from the D .t ROW, for two or thiec years amounting to about JI.SUO, It has troubled me at lime ever since, until lately It Is more than I can stand, i have had no rest dny or night and I am ntonlng my pay- Ing buck now and hope to have «om« r«t of i Jnd and *oul by thl* restitution." The writer added that th* «tr» leti doll«r« was from "«noth«r p«r- son." BABY CHICKS Healthy, Sturdy • • Buy the Beit • Master Mix Feed None Finer Lewis Poultry 419 Fust Main Plume 3317 CAMERAS FOR RENT Flash or Box Typ« Cameras. Abo t compkU •lock of fiaah bulb* in all »iiM. Barney's Drug Store 2006 \V«8l Main Phont 3«4T >river Digs His Way >ut of Crashed Truck SCRANTON, March 25. W) — A 'hlladelphla man dug his way to recdom from a ten minute entrap- icnt in the blazing wreckage ol is trailer truck yesterday. George Mtlko, Jr., 43, suffered nly bruises and shock after the U'nvy vehicle left a highway nt 'obyhanna. plunged down a 6-foot embankment and crashed Into a rouse, tearing oft its front porch. Read Courier News Want Ads. Handle Your Health With Care When Sickness Strikes, See Your Doctor - - And Remember Rothrock's For Prescriptions Phone 4451 D.P.L. NO. 15 COTTONSEED Delinted, treated and Sacked State Certified 85% Germination 1 Yr. from Station A Ton or Carload Also Good Alfalfa Hay for Sale Magers&Gill Dell Ark. Phone 227 KEROSENE AND. FUEL OIL Phono 2089 Phone 4141 G. O. POETZ Railroad at Chtrry GENTLEMEN: To hive a »ult tint really fll», be measured br « Ullor. Haw allowing nil iho hileal >rirlnz niul lummer Imported and do- meitlo woulrni. Drop down to our shop any day of the week. GEORGE L. MU1R "Blythcville's Only Tailor" 109 Railroad 'BLENDED ffllH GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS GENUINE PStWAR QUAUTY BLENDED WHISKEY, 86 PRGOf. THE STRAIGHT WHISKIES W THIS PRODUCT ARE 5 YEARS OR MORE OLD. 35% STRAIGHT WHISKEY. 65X GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. SCHENLEY DISTILLERS CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY. Compare cars. .. compare cosh. .. convince yourse/f MEMPHIS and MID-SOUTH 2:30 P.M. TO 0:30 P.M.! i SUNDAY April 3 to April 10 SHILtY COUNTY IUUDINO MEMPHIS FAIRGROUNDS PKIZfSCALORf ' DECORATED ROOMS • NEWEST APPLIANCES • IDEAS FOR BETTER tlVINS • NEW CONSTRUCTION TIPl • HOW TO REMODEL • MODEL HOMES • MODEt HANNIN9 it. Nu-Wa Offers You the Biggest Laundry Value! 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The most Beautiful BUY for Comfort You'll have the hightst degree of comfort in Chevrolet's Super-Size Interior witli extra- wide "Five-Foot Scats," exlra-gcncroiia head, leg and eTbowroom and the advanced healing* and ventilating system of a car thai brenlht.l. The most Beaultfu! BUY for Driving «nd Riding Ease — wilh new Center-Point Design. This remarkable 4-way engineering advance—including Center-Point Steering, Center-Point Scaling, Lower Center of Gravity without loss of road clearance and Center-Point Rear Suspension—givea driving and riding results found claewlicre only in costlier cars. The most Beautiful BUY for Thrills and Thrift. Here'i the only low-priced car wilh • Valve-in-Hcad engine—the type now being adopted by higher-priced cars—and Chevrolet's worlfCt champion engine holds »U records for miles served and owners Mttisfied. The most Bciutifnl BUY for All-Round Safety, You'fl enjoy maximum safely wilh: (1) New Ccrti-Safe Hydraulic Brakes; (2) Extra-Strong Fisher Unistecl Body-Construction; (3) New Panoramic Visibility; (A) Safety Plate Glass in windshield and »U windows; «n,l (J) the super-safe Unilizcd Knee-Action Ride. rf dtjroda unit* optional ni crtra owl. AMERICA'S CHOICI FOR 18 YEARS NEW "DUBL-LIFE" R1VETLES5 BRAKg LININGS — IAST UP TO TWICE AS LON<31 Linings ore secured lo brako ihoei by a sp«clol "Ptrmo-Bond" process enveloped by Chevrolet and General Motors' Rfliearth Laboratories and thoroughly le&ted and proved by millions of unllj under oil kinds of driving conditions. There are no rtvcfi to limit lining wear or lo score the broke drurm. As a retull, aTnrtoit th« entire fining tWckn*w Is trtobk and (Tnlng fife b practlcaffy rfov6T*£ Chevrolet 1i the first fuEI-slied car h America lo bring you Ihii Important braking advancement! BABY CHICKS 4A Quality • Order Yours Now • L. K. ASHCRAFT CO. Cherry & Kallroad. Fhone 4493 FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 12 Inch to iS Inch, plain or reenturced. Also Concrete BaDfUnf Block* cheaper than lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump homes, tenant houses, tool shedi. We dellm Call u tor In* ttttmaU . . phons 69L OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. favtjor Qtta/itt/ at Lowest Cost Seed Soybeans Our Specialty SPRING PLANTING OATS Also Affalfa, Lcspcdeza, Sweet Sudan, Sudan, Pasture Mixtures, Lawn Mixtures and other field seeds. Call Us for Your Requirements BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORPORATION BlythevilU, Ark. 856 Phones 857 SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. 301 W. Walnut Phone 578 • MEAT CURING • STORAGE • FOOD LOCKERS • PROCESSING FOR HOME FREEZERS BLAYLOCK'S Highway 61 Norlh — Phone 3172 Baby Chiekt • Custom Hatching • Eggs

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