The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 13, 1949
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1949 BLYTIIEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PACK PTTB Lions Nominate 3 for President Election Scheduled To Be Conducted by S T Club on April 26 C. M. Smnrt, Dr. Joe Bcaslcy ami E. M. Regenold were named yesterday as candidates for president of the Blytlievlllc Lions Club. These names were recommended by special nominating committee, anc nominations will be heard from tht floor at the club's lunclieon meeting at the Hotel Noble next Tuesday ami an election will be conductec the following Tuesday. The nominating committee's port was heard at the club's iim clieou at the hotel yesterday. Mr. Smart Is now serving second vice-president, Dr. Bcaslo as first vice-president. No nomliia tions were submitted for the vie presidents, and the committee sng Kc.sted that the three nominees fi the three positions, according t the number of votes polled for eacl Holder : s Unopposed Worth D. Holder was nominate for re-elerlion as sccretary-treasui er; Fred Fteeman and Charles *~ ^ as Lion Tamer; Frank Nelson, Ncv, Whllis, J. W'lson Henry and J< Tricschmann as directors, two of which arc to he elected: nnd Chester Caldwcll, W J. Pollard and W. p. Pryor for trustees. Three trustees --are to be elected, but other noniln- ^*Vtions may be made from the floor. Those on the nominating committee were: \V. J. Pollard, chairman: Richard Osborne." Lynn Brown, Roland Bishop and Max B. Reid. R. A. Nelson is the retiring president, but no date has been announced for the installation of the officers. Installation ceremonies usually in mid-summer. , Following tlie report of the committee a film was shown by Charles Moore, of the Arkansas-Texas Christian University football game Woman Killed, 20 Injured as Somfes Explode CLARK P1EL13 AIR BASE. Phil- SJine Islands. April 13. (/!')—One jerson was killed and more than A) were injured at this big U.S. bass today by the explosion of 100 tons of stored bonilxs. Cause of the explosion had not been determined. The blast, which destroyed a cement pipe manufacturing plant, lire (o dry grass. The grass firo for a time threatened the US. 20th Station Hospital. A Filipino workman was killed b> the exploding bombs. A U.S. Air Force siwkesman sale the ex.icji number of injured htu not been ascertained but that more thiin '»f; pcrso]is were hospitalizec and eivirn first aid treatment. Quail Restoration Project Winners To Be Announced Change is Announced In Russia's Cabinet MOSCOW. April 13. Itfi— A new change in the Russian cabinet today relieved I. I. Malyshev as minister of geology and named P. A Zakharov to succeed him. No explanation of the shift was given in the brief announcemen 1 published in the morning newspapers. Malyshev had held the pos since June 14, 1946. v\issco Bond Sale Total Is $84,166 '•or Last Month April 1 to July 16 have been dc- .Sii.Ucd. as dates for the "Opiwi-- jnity Drive" and reports show Unit ast month Mississippi Countlnns' umulatlve sales of United States ..nds totaled $84.166. This county was seventh in to- nl sales among the 15 Arkansas ountle.s. During the drive Arkau- a.s IMS been allocated a sales quota if S6.W..OOO In Series K bonds, but ounly quotas have not been an- lounced In connection with the Oppor- unity Drive, Gov. Sidney HIcMuth s .simiKoring a Patriots' Day Din- ier to honor state and county chairav-n of the drive and volun- eei workers nt LaPayetl Hotel In Little Rock at 7 p.m. next Tuesday The program will include an address hy the governor and C. Hamilton Moses, and a radio address by President Harry S. Truman." ranking above Mississippi County in sales last month were Jeifeison, Garland, Phillips, Pu- l.uski, Sebastia'i. and Union. INAUGURAL Continued from LITTLE ROCK, April 13. </P>— Arkansas farm youths \vlio lisu been judged most efficient in n morn tion work will be honore etc April 27. The honors will ir ude a SI,000 prize. Stale and district winners in tt rkansas Game and Fish Commi: ons' restoration program will be nnouticed at a commission meet- [ »R- ! The winners will be guests of the ! oinmission at a luncheon, when ' statewide winner will receive a ; 1.000 scholarship and district win- | iers will receive plaques, j Contest points were awarded for [iiail restoration and protection iractices. Commission Executive Secretary T. A. McAmis said district winners now being selected, and the state winner will be named from vbiit group. Dr. Ira \V- Gabrielson, now pres- dcivt of the Wild Life Management Institute, Washington, D. C., also will speak at the annual meeting of the Arkansas WilrilU'e Federation here, April 28. Memphis, West Memphis Have Heavy Rainfall; Many Sections Flooded Jury Frees Defendant In Hope Murder Case HOPE, Ark., April 13. (&i— Ro Lne Arnold, 35, has been exonerate of a charge of first degree murde A jury, which deliberated 45 minutes, cleared him of blame yesterday in the fatal shooting last year of J. W. Butler, 28, a roomer at his home- Butler was hilled, and Arnold wounded in an exchange of shots. MEMPHIS, April 13. f#j—Mem- phis mopped up today after downpour of almost five' inches of rain that drove 19 families from their homes yesterday. The rain flooded several railroac underpasses. Isolated some areas temporarily, and swept into numbers of floor furnaces and basements Some city buses were halted temporarily and others rerouted over higher streets. Two boats supplied by the Air Force rescued 19 families near the import. Planes continued to operate though an adjacent road was U. of A. Trustees Seek to Retain Use of Cash Funds LITTLE nOCK, April 13. M'J— University of Arkansas trustees oppose Ihc legal effort to deprive the utnve]-.sity of the use of "cash funds." They decided at a meeting Uere yesterday to resist a pending suit. wine]) would outlaw the funds. If dvisable. the hoard decided to cm- >loy private attorneys to aid In the ighl. Cash funds are cotn|X>sed of money received from athletic contests, crop sales and special fees and spent without legislative appropriation. Rep. Jnmes A. Gipson, Saline Comity, has filed suit in Pulaski Cancery Court to prohibit further of the funds without specific legislative authority. The trustees formallj' awarded a contract for construction of a fine arts building on *.he Fayetteville campus to Harmon Construction Companv, Little Rock. The bid was $l,030,6u\ p ". Many of our best apples are almost completely sterile, and can be kept going only by artificial budding and grafting. council vote to pay those employes up April 15, a regular payday. Tin- council approved his projxxsal. Senior Aldernmn Jno. C. Mc- Hanry presided over Ihc openln;; o[ the session In tho absence ol outgoing Mayor B R. Juckwm, who is on vi-.eatlon in H<JI Springs. Mr. Mcllaney last night ended his 113th year as iiUiormnn from the Sei'ond Ward He did not run (or re-election this year. After lu'iiring reports from tho police ana Eire chiefs and voting to pay cily bills, the old council txnv- eri out and the new couucll took over. Cdimnlllcc Arrangi's Cerciuonifh Introduced by A. !•'. Dietrich, chairman of a cltl'/XMis committee that nniiitged Insl nlsht's ceremonies, Mayoi' Henderson said "A man needs- friends to support him if he Is to be elected but he uecd.s friends to follow him if he Is to be a SLICCPAS." Ho .said he realized he "wiis accepting an lm|K>rtani office" nnd wimlrl "make flnccrc effort to Improve Blylhcville." He thanked those ]>:f-sent [or their .svtpporl and cooperation. Mr. Dietrich snld the purpose ol I lie ceremonies was to thank the old adir.inistration and welcome tlir new iMlmlnislratiou. A fe:\ltire of tlte ceremonies wn.s the presentation of a bouquet of roses to Mrs. Henderson by Evelyn Bowcn. 12-ycar-oUl daughter of Mr and Mrs. Howard Howen. Other decorations Included a large Ixiu- quet of gladiolas on the picsidins officials' desk. Following an Invocation given by the- Re* 1 . E. C. Brown, pastor of lln First Baptist Church here. Miuii- cipnl Judge Graham Sudlnny reviewed the growth of Hlylhevllle and welcomed the new administration on beliall of the carry-over officials. he called for realization by citizens thai the council "has a large task" and urged as large an attendance at tOl council meetings a.i attended last night's session. He praised the outgoing administration, saying they had "performed In a noble manner." Reviews City's Cirotvth Jut!g<: Sudbury pointed out that it was 58 year.s ago—almost to the day—that o group of citizens from here went to Osccola to obtain the first, charter for Blylhevillc as an incorporated town. While a lack of records shrouds the first nine or ten years of Dly- theville'o existence as a town In mystery I here begun In 1901 n period ut rapid growth, he said. It wns year, lie said, that Ihc Frisco Railroad began operating through Hlylhevllle. Uly'.lu-ville became n second class ctly 1:) 1912 and received Its class lilting In the curly KKO's, Judge Siulbury suid. He also reviewed Ihe Impiwcmcnls In streets, sidewalks and sewers during that period ol Blylhevllle's growth. Two items of business btought up liu.t nkh( were delayed until the next .'.essiun. One Involved n iic-ll- tlon nj'k'i'tf condemnation and re- movn ol a structure at 020 Park and the other was a protest files In connectlim wllh the applciillou of W. A. Pickard lor a permit to build a grorciy store In Ihc 1000 block on;wba Avenue. Mayor Henderson suggested action o'l the petitions be delayed uulil he i.ppoinled his couni'll committees and could further Invesll- galc the requests. Wndsworth. Wilson News Mrs. Mnnrlcc Lynt'li nnd Mrs. Gllly Wrlitlil. will attend the Blute Parent-Touchers Association convention In Little Hock Monday nnd Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Btobotigh and children spout tho week end wllli rr/latlfes In Clinton, Ark. Wilson High School wus represented nl the tenth annual convention o( the Arkansas Association of IllRli School Student Councils In Jonesboro last week-end, Members attending were: Carrold Kay, Bll lie Ann Stanrod, Cecil Wllllums and J. 13 Huberts, sponsor. Mrs. Rnymonrt Coiner, Mrs. Maurice Lynch, Mrs. W. A. Williams unit Mrs. Buford Boyli\s ullcndcd the meeting of the Misslsslpp County P.T.A. Council which was held at the I'lrsl Methodist Church In Ix-achvllle, Friday. J. I,. CunnnlnKs. Jr., vi.sllcd his Hilher, Mrs, J. L. Cmntnlngs, who s a pallcul al Ihc Mtlllnglon llos- illal near Memphis. Snnduy. HuTord lloylcs, Jr.. son of Mr uid Mrs. Buford lloylr.s, a sliuk'n it Arkunsuii Stnlu Tcucliers College, llahlil Spi'aks lo Conpcrallvi- .Dr. Alfred Vise. Hablit at Temple Isrucl of Blytlievlllc wits guest speaker nl the Wilson Cooperative Club meeting Thursdny night a Ihe Club House when he spoke 01 "Uellnion and Democracy." Mrs Don Fletcher wns program chair man. New officers for the cimi' ' club year are Mrs. Raymond Cotnei president; Mrs. Hack Jones, vice president: Mrs. N. H. Kills, Jr secretary: nnd Mrs. J. K. Nccly treasurer. Conwny, ipcnt lut week end with family. 5 doctors prove this plan breaks the laxative habit I! you t.Ve liotlvo nuulirly—hen'i how you ran »lon| II.Tl proy«-J ,t Now York .loclort now hiv. •uu rn»y l>ri'»k llio Unlive Ani ,•"'"•" your n.tur.l |i,i«,>r» „( rrijuUrliy, tnly-tiirtx |Kf cent of Ibunun leato.1 JIJ ft. can you. Slmi Uklni .hilever you now l.k«. In: hv..,y nlilil lor OIIK m,* l.ko2 C.rtor'. bucolic! *wk— ono i-.rli nlihl. Third «»IO«WV oilier Bl»lil.'l'ri«n~«i]lUii»l '«"(? ."/' . *'," If 1 """"' ""'wi Kl • (li-llnllu (Eino lof rfKUkrily. Five Now York iloclon proved ll.U pUn can break tho liintlva liftlill. How run . Ui»l!v« lirok the Uullv. li.UlT Hermit C»rU.r'. 1'ill. "miljlock" I].. lowi-r (Hs.inivt) Iracl ini] from Ihpii on l«t It IJlHko u« ol IU i>»n natural powcri. Hirllier— Carlrr'l I'illi conUIn no hiblt- torcuiiiu [IrilKi. . ""••V llio Ui.llvi ' '"• • ...... I 1» renul «hi'ii worry, oYrr I'illi. WM> h> . . . wlltt C»rl«'. , overwork inKk» u IrrniiUr l..rn|,o< C.rtw'. l", iiiiwully. Aiu! n m r <u t (Ji« Ix.llv. l,,l,!l. <lel <.««<•;•• I'lll. .1 .n» .Iruj.lor. lor XII >d«y. lou'll 1» (rttWul ih, rm i at you, JU.. RECTAL DISEASES (All Types K\ve DRS. NIES WilMin <il,-r- Club Wins The Wilson I Hull School Cllf Club was u\vni-(tiHl second plncc t the State Music Festival which wn held In I-ittle Rnnk. Thurwlny nn Prltlny. The Hat Springs C:lub U'ns (h'st pluce \vhi3H 1 ;- with Ihlfd itliicu SoltiB to Dlythevllle Club. The uroiip wns ncccnnpnnlctl by the .siion.sdr. ^TIs.s Mary E. Symoncls, Mrs. Arnold Mcniinicl. Mrs. Brnton rett. Mrs. Curl lllrcl. Mrs. Prniik Pylnnd, Mr. mill Mrs. Phillip J. Deer, Churles Elklns nnd W. L. flooded anti spveral inches of water covered parts of the field. Across the river in West Memphis. Ark., an estimated 50 per cent of the streets u-ere partially covered by watr-r, \vith sotrie sections almost isolated. Backwater In the section just north of Highway 70 for about three blocks square was tip to the tunning board on cars and some residents were wearing hip boots to gel in and out of their houses. FAMILY SIZE ON LY 25* NIX DEODORANT NOW We Offer... 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