The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 11, 1947
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FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB Congress to Act On Pacific Deals President to Send UN Agreement Up for Lawmakers' Approval WASHINGTON, April n. (UP) — President Tfiunnii soon will ask £i£*ress for-authority lo -sign ih= , i'^.'d Nations uureemem placing ' 032 former Jnrninese mur.dute-'l \ isliincls ii) I he Pacific U. S administration, it \ vas learned today. • Authoritative sources .saiil the i State Department is speeding prcu-' 1 tirutlon of the proposed leijisl'Mion S and that it may to sent, to l!« White i House Inlc this montii. | The UN Security Council on Aitiii • 2 nmiiiiinuusly agreed to plac? the former Japanese mandates under a UN trusteeship to he administered by the United Stales. Congressional j i!|)|)rovnl is required licfore the iiwcmcut becomes effective through the President's signature. , Islands covered hy the UN nctirtn include the Mariannn. Caroline, ant! j Marshall croups. Thev have :i iropu- I lation of nearly 50,000 native; and Bing Crosby Picks a Winner We arc taking orders for Attic Fans to bo installed before hot weather. Call UK for estimates MISS. COUNTY LUMBER CO. I'hiiiic 415 CiTY CAB Day or N/gf>t Wainwnght Appeals for Understanding Educational Fdm Loney Defends To Be Shown Here Starting Monday LITTLE HOCK, Ark., April II. (UP)—A world still Broiling for • lusting peace was described here last night by Oen. Jonathan Wulu- wrlghl, World War 1 II hero of the Philippine campaign. Gen. Wnlnwrlglit told a capacity audience nl Hoblnson Auditorium Hint no one knows the answer to the continual "bickering" throti£h- out the world, but he recommended Ihut the public take u good look at the Army in time of peace. Ho £Uy- nested that thereby an uccuruto reflection of the Army's war-lime problems could be provided. "Mow. more than ever, it Is Important that we seek n thorough nnders'iuidlnB of the problem.-! facing our amicd forces and the nieiuir. by which those problems are lielng solved," Gen. WnimvrlBlil told ihe crowd. Commending Army wcnpoii'j nud the forces behind them, the General said, "We must make all possible provisions to safeguard the .-infety of our nation." Gen. Wiiimvrteht camp to Arkansas to aid hi the observance oi Army I Week. Ho concluded his visit with an address before the Greater L.|i,tli: Rock Chamber of Commerce at noon today. •Kndorsod 4)y many universities, colU'iu's. naliomd clubs and orgun- iJutlous, as well us ofllcials ot most "11 rhuivhe.i, the now educutlonal hysii'ne atli'iictlou. "Mom and Dili!" will open Monday nt (lift Hoxy Theater and run through Wednesday. 'I'lils powerful modern-day drama cloau, moral and educational and will b,' shewn to .segregated nudlen- i nrily .so that the picture cau- not be tnineonslnied. Women nlid lii|!b st-liool use. ylrls win bo ad- miurd imiy nt. a o.m. ami t ,>.m only. Wen nud high schools boys will be admitted at S> p.m. on t\l three d»vs. Ouachita River Bridge Named After Governor CAMDEN, Ark., April 11. <OP)~ Negro Schools To Hold Oratory Contest Here Age Pensions L1T1LE HOOK, Ark., April 11. UP)—Ciov. Hen Ijuney yesterday| elcndcd his veto-of u 1)111 which •ouUl have su»,-,ftskle $l,000,OOS nn- uiully In extra revenue for old K« pensions and ollu'r \veHav> lenellts. Tlie governor's statement \vi>s in answer to I'liurgcs by State Son,' O. W. Lookailoo of ArkaddphliV hivl Vs'clfiiru luiuls were living diverted lo oilier uses. I Lookudoo failed lo point out .lint under the present K lftWlta- \ Lion act, welfare clients are re-i ceivlng :nor« money than they cmdd possibly receive under the, old wolfnre !ivw." Lnnoy said. He recalled that tin- Bfith Clcn- oral Assembly appropriated ivuoul tl.COO.COO unmiiu% for the Welfare Depiutinenl, a 15 per cent Incrcuso over the appropriation two yours HBO. uled for next WedncMUy.' ' '; Allan clitt, prafdwt of the C»m- the gmtraar 'iSlpfueuben ot the U/MWUEN, ArK., April n. (UP)— Arkansas ' » Format dedication of tile Ben La- w <n h» nr< ney bridge across Ihe Ouachlta lllvcr nt coniden has been sched- will b« present. - Comml«Blon Read Courier Kew> Want Ada. •nil- Are You Tormented By'PERIODIC' PAIN With It* Nervou* Cranky, Weak Feeling? Then )!sten-l.ydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Is famous to rcllovo crumps, headache, backache and those nervous, restless tlrcd-fecllntm; of euch days—when due to female' Itwetlonal monthly disturbances. .•:<„ ' L • .••'_. A particularly fine thing about Plnkham's Compound la that — taken regularly—thl* great medicine helps build up rccUtance ftualnst such •ymptomi. Just set If you, too, don't remarkably benefit. Abo a great stomachic, tonic 1 VIOCTABLK COMPOUND Check on Rental Ceilings Urged Before Investing It's Bing Crosby selected Catherine Rogers, left, of Mountain View, Okla,, to reign as queen of water carnival show at Oklahoma Collage for Women, Chickasha. At her right is Dorothy Hickman, Durant. Oklii., who narrated tile Indian legend on which the show svas based. (NBA relephoto.) Free De/Jvery Call PICKARD'S 'GROCERY FMionc 2043 1044 Chickasawba •Hospital Board Considers Naming Superintendent GROCERIES DELIVERED Once More! CALL 501 C. L. NABERS Gro. and Mkt. Melvin Halsell, Owner Frankie's oakery Goods NO Extra CJtart/e for Delivery! Client Blames Tardy Lawyers For Troubles rirst annual Negro IillO .«"i»»)| nrntorlcnl unnl^st will held here tomorrow at the Nation nl Ciiiard Armory. 3 p.m., with flv .schools iiartlclpnliiiii. The conies will bp ciionsored bv W. H. Shiver' LnilBo No. 11(10 ot Hie Improve! Jionovolent protective order of lilks of tlie World. Cietienil theme of Ihe proyrnm will be "After High School-College" nnd the subject of ornllons w»l lie "Caii Universal peace Come TlmiiiBh the UNO?" Winner in the contest will receive a college scholarship. Schools participating will be nfchiird 15. Harrison School, HcY- good idea lo check with '"""dale n\<t\\ School of Heruion- Ihc area rent oHice before buying 'lair, Mo.; Central High School oi residential properly for rental pur- llnytl, Mo.. Lincoln High Sch;x<l of poses, Chester A. Cunningham, Bly- Cariilhcrsvlllc. Mo., and Osceola Ihev^lc area rent director, remind- \ Nci'rn nigh School, ed prospective purchasers today. Judges will he P. E. Cooley. "With today's realty .prices in- county auditor. W. E. Caldwell. Hated as they are, some purchasers prlncliml of ulythcvllle .Inninr llluh have found their legal return from School, and Jnmcs Roy. Dlytlicvllle llieir property was considerably less than iliey counted en when they paid such a high iprice for the property," 'Mr. Cunningham explained. The first tilling such disillusioned Ons turbine engines, which h:ive buyers usually do, the rent official proved efficient In statiouni >• nw- said. it to ask him for permission! er plants, are being adapted for to raise the rent to a level pro- marine use. portionate to the purchase price. "SinVe celling rents remain with the .property, regardless of change of ownership, we can't adjust rents simply because tile new owner may Trains at Pearl Harbor Jnck Marsh Jr., seaman second Class, son of Jack Mursh Sr. of Ulythevllle, has enrolled at the Fleet Training Center hi Pearl Harbor (or instruction In l>ho maln- temmve of electronic cnulpinvut, the Navy announced today. Come To: ' ' . U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Cloth« Open 7 ui.m. — — (.'lose !>:30 p.m. • Tiu'silay Hint Thursday Ni^lilH Open Tjll 9 VCIock 323 North 2nd St. : LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 11. LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. April 11. have paid too high a price for UP)—The re-vamped Board oi.(U?)—An unusual legal mix-up.'he property," Mr. Cunnlnghimi Control'for the State Hofpital for 1 ended today in the imprisonment 5aitl - "To 'to so 'Would be unfair Nervous Diseases was to hold its of Jack M-Allister, sentenced by to the tenant, and would lecond meeting here today, with a Sebastian Circuit Court jury to'the rent for that unit above i now: superintendent for the ho3- two years in the penitentiary for pltal'the. top item of business. 'burglary and assault with intent Board Menrber C. E. McSwain of to kill, jittle Rock said that the naming. of a superintendent posed the No. 1 1 jiro'olem confronting the board. ijcading the hoEpita,! at present, is Dr. N. T.' Hollis, iiamed : acting' 'superintendent several mor.ths ftgo the resignation of-Dr.^A.' attorney. The public Is Invilcd, George D. Hollls, principal of William B. HnrrL';on school, snid. Hundreds Feared Exposed To Dreaded Smallpox NEW YORK, Aprir 11. (UP)-A nationwide search began yesterday raise, for hundreds of persons who were reins' diesis at a large midtC'Wn hotel here in the four days of March, They I may be smallpox carriers. | The smallpox danger was an- Buren yesterday ty deputies under order of S>*creme Court of Arkansas. | • The man's conviction was ori'l-, nally nplield "by the high tribunal' March 21, but instead of entering , ! prison he managed to make His Chairman of the hospital board way to tllc p u i as ki Circuit court Fatcr White of Oiceola, new and app ii e d for'a writ of habeas meiubsr approved by the Senate during the recent 56th to file a ibill of exceptions in his H'~peal to the 'Supreme Court. Then, the attorney general's office stepped into the picture, demanding that the Supreme Court forfeit •for comporalble housing Mississippi County. Maximum rer.ts for all residcn- Vanp tial property in the Blytherillc Area | nouuccd by " Ilcnlth Cominisslonci "oua- Kre on fi!c '" his of(ic e I" the Israel Weinstein who said n mini J ihe Ingram Bldg. and are available to W lio died oi the disease here persons considering the purchase Mirch 10 stayed In the. unnamed hotel from March 1 until March 5. "A check-up in advance can' -save many a financial headache later," Mr. Cunningham commented. IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH? Let Us Give it a Motor Tune Up! We'll Check: • STAHTKR • • FUEL IM;Ml l • • CARIUJRHTOU • • UA'ITEUY GENERATOR nisTHiwmm; TIMING . CAIiMi Rebuilt Oldsmoliile or CMC Motors on GRIG Time Payment Plan (•[vc yi»ur car a complete colng over UiU sprlnj; . . . and breeze right into Hummer without constant repair . ' and adjustments. . . LATKST t'lEliCIHION EQUIPMENT! MOTOR ANALY/KK New and Used Tires tor Cars and Trucks Seat Covers —fog Lights — S pet fig fits • LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 305 East Main St. • CMC TRUCKS fhone 519 OLDSMOBILE Assembly. corpus. He claimed that his at- torneys in Ft. : Smith had failed sire scattered over rm area OT more than 2,000.000 square miles of the Pacific. Board to Let Road Contracts on April 25 . -,, ,, April 11. Legislative experts forecast that Mr. Truman would transmit the legislation to hoth the Senate and Iho House. The UN agreement, they believe, is more than n treaty, which renuires Senate action only. Prompt congressional approval of the UN plan Is virtually assured. But administration leaders anticipate n stiff flight on a second measure — not yet drafted— spelling out rvhich •roverninent agency will be the administering authority. Following his return from a recent Pacific tour, Interior Secretary J. A. Krus advocated Interior Department conlrol. His proposal drew some prompt congressional support. The former mandated island.; now nre administered by the Navy. Its authority stems from n joint chiefs of staff wartime ruling that will remain in effect pending other congressional or executive action. Whether the Navy and its con- 1 gressional supporters will hisisi that it retain administration over I he islands is not known. If an interagency wrangle over the problem develops it will have to be decided by President Truman. ROCK, Ark., first of two S3.0CO appeal bond and o! thc Arkansas Highway Commls- the writ granted by the slon wi « bc '' cl d Here Friday, April J 25, Highway Director J. C. Baker has announced. Because of the large number of road contracts pending, Baker said that a second commission meeting probably will be held early in May. Wcir.stein and the U. S. Public llculth Service joined lorccs to track down everyone who was a guest during the period nnd checK on liis health. opposing lower court. Today. Puiaski Circuit Judge LiwroiTcc C. Anlcn was scheduled to hear full details concerning McAllister's application for the writ. Veterans Are Reminded To File Claims Promptly The nearly 2030,000 veterans who have not filed claims for terminal leave were reminded by the Army today that these claims must be submitted tjefore Sept. 1. Information and application blanks may be obtained from the Blythevilln Army Recruiting Office in Citv Hall, it was announced. Plan Your Own Kitchen with... EMPER IJCHEN UNITS "—^takc a tip from me, Delta's Dinners are delicious." * Full Course Dinners > * Steaks * Chicken * Cho^s *.'Seafood Everything you've wanted in eating onjoymcnt, all found now at tlic Helta! CAFE Highway 01 South Phone 3685 to Fishermen! Accidents and breakdowns on those numerous fishing trips this summer are preveniablc if motorists will obey traffic laws, exercise courlrsy on the highways and have their cms checked for mechanical and alignment faults. Misalignment ami unbalanced wheels cause shimmy, hard steering and road weaving and consequently increases tbe chances of accident. It is not only common sense from the standpoint of safety to have a wheel alignment and balancing job done on your cur. but it means smoother nnd more economical operation, s:\vinj up to 25% tire wear! We specialize in fi ;unc. axle, roar housing and wliccl slraiglitcniiiK . . . complete aligning and l>:ilnncin£- See us now! Careless today . . . Car-less tomorrow! !lf:,ny car owners will be using public transportation or walking before they are able lo g':t new cars, simply because they arc neglccling to take care of shimmy, road wander, hard steering, etc., which points to unbalanced wheels anil inisallRiunent. He careful today and be sure of your car tomorrow! Phone us lor appointment. Inspection and estimate free! BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. P. T. HANEY, Service IMgr. Dodge, Plymouth, Dodge "Job-Rated" Trucks '" GULF GAS WRECKER SERVICK — FISK TIRES /It JP.&W&1 €o&l— provide a completely finished and painted one picco cabinat base with work lop. splash back and sink with iiltings. delivered lo you in ono package. Wall cabinets are packed separately. Both bases and wall cabinets are easily installed. One of our siandard units will fit your plans and make it possible for you io have a CUSTOM BUILT KITCHFW v^hout the expense "of custom bail': l->-'- ' ' ": to S ii. in leag'A. r Come In and See Our Complete Line of Sinks and Cabinets Made By Kemper—All Sizes No Down Payment With 36 Months to Pay , If you are remodeling or rebuilding, let us help you plan your kitchen. Do it one piece at a time, or as a complete unit. HUBBARD&HOKE APPLIANCE COMPANY YOUR G,F. StOKS IN BLYTHfYlLLS

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