The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1951 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 12, 1951
Page 7
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THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1951 BIATIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Kiwanians Name Vice President Dr. Milton Webb Elected to Succeed Arthur S. Harrison Dr. Milton Webb yesterday wa etected vice president of the Blylhe I TO« Kiwanls Club to succeed Arthur S. Harrison who has taken over as president of the luncheon club. : Dr, Webb was named to succeed Mr. Harrison at the %yeekty meet- Ing or the Klwnnls Club In Hotel Noble. Two weeks ago, Mr. Harrison succeeded Her mem Gartton as president of the club when Mr. carlton was called to active duty with the Army. Ed Tune was named to succeed Jack C^iamblln as a member of the club's Board of Directors at the same election. Mr. Chamblin's seat on the board was vacated three weeks ago when he moved to Meridan. Miss. A film, "The Will To Be Remembered," on the mining of granite was shown members of the club by B-b McKnney. The Kiwanians aUo discussed plans for their annual "Ladle Ni<jht" banquet which will be held al Hotel Nobl« Tuesday night. Perfect attendance buttons were awarded to 15 members of the club at yesterday's meeting. B. A. Ford received an eight-year button for eight consecutive year's of perfect attendance and O. E. Knudsen and Cecil U>we each received loai' ysnr buttons. Others Included: three year—Jim Cleveland; two-year-—John Burnett, J. L. Waters and Arthur S. Harrison; one year—C. A. Hunton, Larry Kneas, Freeman Robinson, Tom A. Little, Jr., Jim Stovall, Judge Graham Sudbury, Dr. Milton Webb and George Clark. State Trooper Clyde Barker, member of the Jonesboro Kiwanls Club, was » guest at yesterday's meeting. Pace to Speak At University FAYETTEVILLE, (AP) — Secretary Ark., April 12 of the Arm Frank Pace, a native of Little Rock will speak at the University of Ark a n s a s commencement exercise here In June. ' This was announced yesterda by University President Lew Webster Jones In a "State o! th University" report to some 2,000 students. More than a billion miles Ihread Is used each year by t New York City .dress industry. 'X' Battalion Identified as Chinese LAICHAU. Indochina. April 12. (iPI —The mystery battalion which has invaded ab mues of northwest Indochina was Identified today by French army headquarters as Communist Colonel Costes, commanding French forces In Thai Tribal country, said the battalion hnd attacked on April 1, simultaneously with Communist - led Vletmlnh rebels In (hat Invasion route. The colonel added, however, that the French have no proof the invader battalion was aeUns under orders from Pelplng. Atom Scientist On Trial Today WASHINGTON, April 12. </]>The first of several scientists indicted for refusing to answer questions during an investigation Into atomic spying goes on trial today. The scientist, Dr. Clarence His- kcy, suspended professor at Poly- .echnlc Institute, Brooklyn, li charged with contempt of Congress. HLskey's name figured in an investigation of atomic spying by tile House Un-American Acitvilics Committee. % One of tile counts In the indictment Is based on Hiskey's refusal lo tell the committee last May 24 whether he knew Paul Crouch. The U. 3, Bureau of Mines says that with the exception of wartime 1941 the value of Alaska's mineral production was exceeded every year the $1,200,000 paid lor tile territory. In Kashmir. India, Ihcre art "street bridges," actually lined with small shops, spanning a river. I nnif Q IMPRESSIVE RUT—Generalissimo Francisco Franco, d°°o?o''sp P ain, reviews troops and tanks of h.s arm,-In, l*jdrld. 1 The tanks are of prc-World War It vintage, as is nearly all Spam » military equipment. Tin Action Hits Malaya (i oss WOU |,j total $43,300,000 in SINGAPORE (/P) — brokers here say Malaya would suffer a staBgering financial loss if the United states government attempts lo depress the price of tin for as long ns a yenr. They estimate this tnat period of lime. The U-i'ted States has taken over as sole buyer of tin lor Americans and suspended purchases for svock- pillng until prices reached what is considered a "reasonable level." Stepped Up! Gasoline & Tractor Fuel Extra Miles Extra Power Get The Best "I Sell That Stuff" G. O. POETZ OIL CO. Phone 2089 SPEEDOMETER REPAIR SERVICE fie sure your speedometer works right. We give one-duy service for any kiml of-tiir or truck. Drive in today, T. I. SEAT 121 East Main Motor Co Phone 2122 SOYBEANS RECLEANED Now is (he lime to hiivo the weed and grass removed from your seed beans, lining them lo us for re-cleaning at your convenience! Henderson-Hoover Seed Co. Hiway 61 So. / Blyrhcville Phone 2860 406 W. 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