The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 30, 1949
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 19.19 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Top Economist May Resign Post Head of Truman's Economic Advisers Reportedly Quits WASHINGTON. March so. <API —Dr. Edwin G. Nourse, cool tow arc the way the administration is'han- dling the economic situation, is reported, to have handed in his resignation as chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers Nourse, himself, declined to con firm oi 1 deny the report, which cam from informed officials. No actioi has been taken by President Tru man, Tlie G5-yoar-old economist was named to the post in I9-1G by the President. Before that he had served 17 years as director and later vice president of the Brooklugs Institution, a private economic fact- finding group. Nourse believes the current drop in prices is a healthy *.!.;»v_; for the country, and should be lot alone. Two other members of the council, Leon Kcyseriing and John D. Clark, have argued that inflationary factors still are strong and stand-by price, waj.j.e and allocation controls should be MUintained. The President, in demanding theso controls, has backed the Keyserliru?- Clark stand. Nourse disagreed with the President recently when Mr. Truman saic things might^bc "levelling off.' 1 The ^Tcconotnisl said he couldn't accept that, because "levelling oil" mlghl imply things will "stop at a certair point" when chance.', arc there ma; be further "dips and recoveries. State's Official 'Lobbyist' Quits Job in Capita! LITTLE ROCK, March 30. (/fill. K. Thntehcr, who has been Arkansas' official "lobbyist" In Wash iuston for 11 years, Is giving up the job. Tliiilchor quit, yesterday, cllcc- tlve June 30, as heart of Hie Re sources and Development Commission's Agricultural and Indmtrla Division and as director of the Washington office. Charles R. Bowers, the commission's industrial engineer, was nam ed to sucemi Thatcher as head o the Agricultural and Industrial Dl vision, but will continue to Imv headquarters here. The Washington post will be fille Edwin Williams, Hot Springs, ai .sistant .secretary to Governo cMath. Thatcher lias been with the I id D. Commission olncc It w« catcd. Before that the Washing in office was an independen jency. wliicli Thatcher had direct d since January, 1938, Survivor of Mystery Shooting Is Reported In Grave Condition LITTLE ROOK, March 30. f.'Vj Condition of Leon' Tubb, 12, on! survivor of a Miy.sterious shootm, near Berryville March 5, was re ported grave today. Yourig Tubb was brought to Ark atisas Baptist Hospital here afte an abccss developed as a result of bullet which lodged in the back o his head. Until that complicatloi he was believed recovering slow] although his right arm, right le and vocal cords were paralyzed. Lerjn \vas' found wounded; h half-brother. Dewey, seven, an their pel dog shot to death. With. Leon unable to talk, office: still don't know what happened. it WE, THE WOMEN <now How to Keep Up With Hubby? Better Learn! By Ruth Millet! NKA Staff H'rIUrr Vegro Waives Hearing; •leld on Murder Charge Will Wi'lker, Nej;ro. waived prc iminaty in Municipal Coir his morning on a charge ol first le^rce murder and wits ordered held o await Circuit Court action. Walker is charged with the fatal shoot)))!! of Emmett Stewart, another Negro, during an argument it Wi. tor's home in the alley in •ear of Blythcville Hospital Sunday norning. Stewart was killed instantly when the blast from a 16- ge shotgun struck him in the neck. In other action in court this morning hearing lor Fred R. Smith on a charge of driving on the wrong side ot the highway, was continued until Thursday. "Women are forever being told low Important 11 Is for them to keep up with thetr hvisbimds.' I'd Ike to know just what those wards actually mean." writes a young voman who has been married less han a year. Advising a woman to "keep up with her husband" Is rather vague. So let's tfllk about some ways In which It Is Important for her to 'keep up." One. She should keep up with his ambition. A woman sometimes hokls a man back because she likes the pattern of her life as It Is. and doesn't want to see (I- changed. A better opi>ortnnlty for liltn may not look better to her, It It means moving away from family and friends, or leaving a home she loves, to mnke a start In a new place. Two, She should keep up with him socially. The sociable, attractive, successful man with a mousey little wife Is a twosome everybody knows, and about who most people say sooner or later, "I wonder why he married HER." Three. She should keep up with his career. That doesn't mean, ol course, that she Is supposed to have Is technical knowledge. It does lean that she should try to under- tand enough about his work so thtil he realizes what he is trying to do, Read courier News Want Ads. McMath Signs Three Bills on Elections LITTLE ROCK, Mnrcll 30—W)— Three bills concerned directly indirectly with elections hnve been signed into law by Governor Me Mnth. The acts mnke election law vio lations felonies: authorize purchas of voting machines on a local option basis and abolish block poll ta buying. McMatli .yesterday signed a doz en other bills. Including one auth orizing municipalities to esttblls off-street parking for automobiles. He vetoed a bill for reorpinizatlon of the Arkansas Real Estate Commission. has some Idea ol th« success h« nmy attain, and can discuss his work with him. Four. She should be »ble to shure at least some of his outside Interests, 'llierc's not much companionship In a marriage if a woman rt- fuses to share her husband's leisure .line activities, (or few men ninke the effort (o learn to enjoy doinu the things their wives like to do. Should Maintain Own Inttrrata Five. She should have some interests of her own, so that she con ttnues to enrich her own personality through the years. When n woman stops thinking for herself and having some life ol her own. she starts to lag behind her husband. Six. She should stay physlc«ll> attractive. She can no more afford to let herself go than a career woman can, for just as a career wo man must be a credit to icr e[iv ployer, a ulfc should realize It 1: her duty to be a credit to her hus band. Seven. She should keep up with her husband's need to get some fun out of life. The wife who keeps up with her husband on this point should not only be willing to join In his plans, but should make an effort, herself, to kce. their life together fro- slipping Into a monotonous routine. Missouri House Committee Votes Dut Local Option JEFFERSON CITY. March 30. (IT) —If the House Committee on Ciim- nal jurisprudence has Its way. Missouri will not have local option. The committee defeated three aills last nig- t that would have . prohibited the sale of whiskey, :)cer and wine, or nil three in ct- ie.s, towns, and counties voting dry. The bills, introduced by Rep. Ben Mecks (D> of Oregon County, were defeated by a vote of 9 to I. George Rozler, representing Missouri wholesale liquor dealers said the bills would Just bring prohibition back. He charged that the liquor traffic would be turned back to the underworld If the bills were passed. Ministers appearing in support of the bills, said the people should have the right to decide about sale ol liquor in their community. U. of A. Team Wins Poultry Judging Title MEMPHIS, March 30. l/l'l — Th« University of Arkansas holds the Southern collegiate, poultry judging cl.amplouship today. Thc three-member Arkansas team scored 3995 out of a possible 4500 to win over eight other Southern land-grant college* in the second annual contest here last night. Jim Cole. Hlllmnn Koen and Bobby Bnrnctt scored 13*6, 1326 and 1323 respectively. possible individual score was 1500. Texas A. and M., Kentucky, Tennessee and Oklahoma were second, third and fourth, respectively. Don't waste time. Today, get a bottle of C-2223. Take it Cor muscle aches .due to exercise or exposure (often called rheumatic pain), or muscular lumbago. You'll be so grateful for the help you get. Purchase price of first bottle back if not satisfied. For temporary relief of accompanying constipation, take St. Joseph 2223 Laxative Pills. & FAMOUS (AVORIIE FORRHH1MHICWIN Gathings Votes Against Compromise Rent BUI WASHINGTON. Match 30. (AP) —Only one member of the nine-man Arkansas Congressional delegation : voted against the compromise rent control bill which passed both Houses yesterday. Rep. Gathings was the dissenter. Tlie other six congressmen and Senators McClellan and Fulbright voted for the measure. Speeder Given Fine And familiar Advice LOS A NGE LES. Ma rch 30— (IP) —An ex-Congressman was fined $40 (or spending and also heard a famous quotation from the late humorist. Will Rogers. Traffic Judge Roger Pfaff yesterday suspended the violator's licenses for 30 days and then recited this famous Rogers' advice: "Don't speed. Get- up 15 minute.** earlier." The violator who pleaded guilty to driving 55 miles an hour in 25-mile zone was Will Rogers, Jr. McMath to Address Legion in Memphis Memphis, March 30, (/!») — Plans were being made today to welcome Gov. Sidney McMalh of Arkniuw when ii e comes h ere Ap ril 13 to speak at an American Legion initiation ceremony. He will be met on the ArkanMLS side of Harnhan Bridge by an American Legion reception committee and Mayor Walking Overtoil will Introduce him at the ceremony thai. Mine Kills 30 Japs TOKYO. March 30. <a>>— At least 30 persons were killed today In the West Coast, fishing village or Na- daclii by a mine that floated HshorC- M:\ny or the village's 530 houses \vere damaged or destroyed by the blast. PRICES REDUCED $ 10 to $ 25 ON INTERNATIONAL-HARVESTER REFRIGERATORS! Down Payment Now Only 35 On $ Cubic Foot Standard Model ($233.66) Balance on Easy Monthly Term* Yes, that's Ihc good news today. And in the great, new 1919 IH Refrigerators, you'll have room to spare with spare room in your kitchen. There's tremendous storage space for meats, fresh fruits and vegetables, and frozen foods. Planning taste-tempting meals will he so much caster, your kitchen so much lovelier with a new IH Refrigerator. Come in and see for yourself . . . you'll discover how easy II is for you la have this new refrigerator in your home. STOP IN THIS WEEK AT 312 SOUTH 2™ ST. PHONE863 We're Remodeling Our Bedding Department - And We Offer Our Entire Stock of Mattresses at 1/2 PRICE Every One Must Go! Nothing Reserved! Take Advantage of this Great Savings Opportunity! First Come-First Served! Hubbard & Son, Furniture Blytheyille Phone 4409 HERE'S WHAT WE DOl 1. Replace all piston rings 2. Replace connecting rod bearings 3. Clean carbon from pistons, cylinder htacb 4. Clean oil pump and screens 5. Install new gaskets where ne<essary 6. 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