The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 22, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 22, 1949
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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1949 BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS nve Rotarians Hear Osceola Doctor Speaker Voices Opposition to Socialized Medicine Dr. t,. D. Mtixsty. physician (from Osceola, yesterday discussed socoal- :S£ wStHS£|^~^ r £, se.,on - Club it the Hotel Noble. | four-day 32«d annual convention. Lions President Urges Support of {Democratic Way NEW YORK, July H. (AP>—The new president of Lions International yesterday sounded a warning j against !orce» which threaten "the supporting liber of the Christian or I democratic »ay of life." Walter C. FUher of Qucenston [Out., unanimous choice of (he M- lalion service organization for the prInclp . Qx. Massey explained that mod- Fishei said some people In til had brcn responsible i world—tie did not name them— for many cures and that through "are using every conceivable mean, private research each year moreho accomplish the exact opposite o was being learned about medicine. our a | ms ,' and (hat it was not a thing that „ d u uiousands would work well as a puppet show' Washington, anymore than Ch rU.^:£S brt ef ly -ofl^Uces-,n yoi,7community whic inadequate facilities for medical backgrounds in Arkansas colleges said that most medical students elegales "to employ the forces o JLiGiiism to uproot the undesirabl spores °' anarchy. optistt at C'eor Lake flan Homecoming Day Sunday h»s been designated Homecoming Day for the Clcnr ake Baptist Church, the flev. J. . Cox, paslor, announced today. The »1) day services will also lark the beginning of a two weeks' Revival at the church, six miles outheasl of Blytheville. Sundav Scnool at 9:30 a.m. will open the day's activities, and then he Rev. Mr. Cox will review the he history of the church. The Rev. L. O. Scott, a former MStor who now is pastor at Kcn- ictt, Mo., will be the evangelist for .he revival, and will speak at 2 p.m Sunday, and the Rev. W. E. Hughes of Ripley, Tenn., another former pastor will conduct the evening worship at 8 p.m Music will be directed by J. A. Haynes, Jr.. the regular song-leader of the church. Negroes Return To Scene of Riot As Guards Stay OROVEljAND, T\a., July 22. IK*>— Negroes began filtering back to their homes here yesterday. their fc-ais calmed by National Guard troops in fighting array. Some loafed on Ihe lone business street of thfs liny lumber niirt truck farming town. Tliey seemed at pase for the first time since racial violence brrAe out last Sat- the of white Livestock from Mississippi County went to Melvln Jones of Chicago, sfcre- NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., July 22. ./Pi— (USDA)— Hogs 7000; weights 180-240 Ibs and sows 50 urday after housewife. Tliree Negroes we Indicted for (lie crime late last night. Troops, 300 strong, lolled beside 50-callbei 1 machine Euns and weapon carriers. Not far away, two Ciuard planes were ready to take the air If needed. Rome townsfolk ]io|)ed the Riuircl would remain over the weekend. fearing another outbreak if they left. The guardsmen kept a weather eye out, for trouble after noting a sudrien infh'x of cars from Alabama and Georgia. -saying that Blythevlllc disposal plants were inadequate. Stresses Care lor Agl "Look at facts." the doctor said, "don't think seriously of socialized medicine until free enterprise has been given a lair chance." Dr. Massey called attention to the neetl of a local hospital for the care of aged people, classing such a. hospital as important as for treatment of nervous uvo-yrar teitn.=; included: Ronnie F. Greenwcll Mo. Taxpayer Complains Because Taxes too Low Hollywood Continued from Pane 4 to argument, but include me out. I'm not, getting mixed up with any 210-pound bone crusher even If he does liave blonde curls. Gorgeous can be lough. With hose curls he has to. "1 can't RO anywhere wltJiont someone trying to take a p<*e at me." And as if Hie curls weren't enough. Georgeom. off the mat, lilies to wear sport clothes in louder colors than Crosby's. His favorite attire Is a lire engine red coat, a violet shirt and yellow trousers. Just, a born slunvoff, that's Gorgeous. He remembered: "At nitjc I want ed to be noticed at school. My mother made me a black shirt with while buttons. 1 \vas noticed." Gorgeous, who originally h from Houston, Texas, where lie vas born George Wagner, plays lilmself in Hie picture, a inurdci mystery \viih a wrestling ring hack, ground. He goes through his en irance "act" and wrestles two op portents. Tile studio thought i would be nice for one of them t be his pet hate, another wrestle named Buddy Rogers who call himself Nature Boy. Congressmen Set Tentative Date to Adjourn 11.50: good sows 400 Ibs down 1G25- of Hayti, 1800 : "h eaV jeT weights 12.50-16.00: few down to 12.25; most stags 10.5013.00. Cattle 900: calves 800; light supply of cattle consisting mostly of common and medium light weight butcher vearlings and cows finding slow inquiry and prices weak in cleanup trade; few lok of mediun flesh steers offered-, nothing done WASHINGTON. July 22. (AP) — diseases and tuberculosis. Average | Conqr( , R . cional leaders have set citizens, he pointed out. could not Spl)tcml)cl . t „., lhe urgct dl u e for hire nurses and cooks, and adequate facilities must be made available to them. Guests other than the speaker the Rev. Roy I. Bagley, A. JIS of Nashville. Tenn.. Roy Allfn of Memphis. A. 11. Webb of Holland. Mo.. Hays Snlivan of Bin- riette. Bob Starnes of Paragould, w. J. Stovall, Jr., and H. Hobinson of Memphis. HAYTI NEWS By Nan Sutton LOS ANGELES, July 22. IAP) ver lira! 1 of a taxpayer who •:quawked because his taxe* were loo tow? The boarc of equalisation found one Wednesday. George K. Roth. history and government instructor •A[ John Muir College, Pasadena, told board members: "Last year f made a protest about the inaccurate figure assessed on any lot on Seaview Avenue. This Personals Mrs O. T. Martin was complimented Wednesday with a birthday party given on the lawn the home of Mrs. J. W. Rhodes, 201 East Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Burgess were hosts the past week to Mr. Burgess' mother. Mrs. Ida Burgess of Corinth. Miss. Devon Sexton of Rockford. 111.. is visiting his mother, Mrs. Verlie Sexton, in her home at 112 West Main St. Mr. and i/irs. H. S. Kelly are being visited this week by Mrs. Kelly's mother and brother. Mrs. G. E. L'Roy. Orvis L'Roy of Lawton. Okla.. also Miss Minnie Wanda Ellis of Durant, pkla. adjourning this session of Con- j 81 1 ess. They aren't too optimistic about !t and lieure that it may be Labor Day or later before all the odds and ends ot legislation are cleaned up. Democratic Leader Mc- Oonnack of Massachusetts told newsmen he Is scheduling the House business ttccket to clear up must" bills by the end of August. In this category are bills to increase lhe minimum wage payable ill interstate industry, to extend social security coverage, and possibly to provide federal aid to education. No action is planned this session i on olher major bills still pending, including revision or repeal of the Taft-Hirtley labor relations law. They will lay over until the second .session of the 81st Congress, meeting in the congressional election year 1950. early: odd lots medium heifers am yearlings 18.00-24.00; litlle -<lonc 01 cowsi bidding generally unevenly lower. year it was increased to fl. Tnal As of January. 1949. (he American steel industry had an annual capacity of^ 56.000.000 tons of steel ingots and' castings. is nol enough. It is still not equalized with surrounding values. "The lot is worth $1,000 on today's market and should be assessed at S500. 'Iliere is no reason for taxpayer to try to avoid taxes itd in the Wing LONDON, July V. (AP)—Thli Is tale of a bird In (not on) the Ing. An airliner, relumed from a nincUrip to Corsica, developed a vilter. Mechanics opened a wing id discovered a bird had built a est Inside. Marriage Licenses 'Hie following couple obtained v.jrriane license av the office of liss Eli/.abeth Blythe, county clerk, eslerday: Gerald Welch and Miss Rose Lee -cwls both of Hoseland. noon of th« ctat« aforesaid, upon *• credit of three months. The purchaser i>t, said tale will be required to give bond, with approved M- curlty, to secure the payment o! he purchase price, and a lien will be retained on said property to further secure such purchase money. WITNESS my hand this 23nd day of July, 1949. HARVEY MORRIS. Commissioner In chancery 72-2-29 IMS and «ptn» wa tti* Virginia Johni 111*:* NOTICK OK GRANTING OF rightfully owed." The board, still in a state of shock, marie no decision. 5 Arkansas Lawmakers Vote Against Gore Bill WASHINGTON. July 22. l/fi — Five Arkansas representatives ye. terday voted against the Gore III which the House passed as ft substitute for the Truman administration's farm measure. Only Rep. Novrell voted for it, and Rep. Harris did not vote. Those who voted against the bill were Reps. Gainings, Hays, Mills. Tackett and Trimble. Before final passage. Rep. Galhings obtained Inclusion of nn amendment to supiXMt cottonseed pi-ices at 60 to 90 per cent of parity. In other congressional voting, Senators McClellan and Fill bright of Arkansas voted with the majority which yesterday ratified the North Atlantic Security Pact. NOTICE OK SALE NOTICE IS HEHBBY GIVEN hat the undersigned, Commission- r in Chancery, will, pursuant to Uriel- of the Chancery Court of Hie Chickasawba District of Mlssissip- >i County. Arkansas, rendered on he nth day of July. 1949. In a ' therein pending, wherein J. H. Cram. Trustee lor Lee Wilson and Company, a trust estate, is inllff. and Estate of Raymond English, deri'nsed, et al, arc de- feiulanl.s. on tile 12th day of August, 1M9. olfer for .vile at public auction al the East door of lhe County Court !lou<,e In Illytheville. Arkansas, (o lhe highest and best Wilder. the following personal properly, lo-wil: One 1948 1-112 ton Chevrolet Truck. Motor No. PEA 544249; One 1M9 1-ton Dodee Truck, Motor No. T 14613075. Said sale will be held between the hours ol 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 3 o'clock In the after- PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenues of the Slate of Arkansas lias Issued a permit, No. 224 to Virginia Johns to sell and dispense vinous or spirit- nous liquors lor beverage at retail on the premise* described as 378 S. Division St., nlytheville. This pcrmll Issued on the 1st day PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Price* Kirby Drug Stores FAMILY SIZE » J J*»t_ S.I. >m 'NIX DEODORANT The SECRK'J of Rothrock's EXPERT Prescription Service ROTHROCKDRUGCO. PHONK «4M RENT A CAR nrlve An»whrr» You Plus* Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickosowba . We Specialize in Fancy Meat* and Groceries) We Deliver Phone 2043 Plenty of Parking SIMM Cattle men and farmers look on tile coyote 3s a friend when he helps to keep in check jack rabbit-s. ground squirrels, prairie dogs and other animals that eat grass and grain. Tff Erect Church ! was broken last wecfe by bers of the Church ol Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sainsl for the beginning of their church to be erected on South Third Street. The church will cost $30,000 with 30 per cent coming from local congregation H"-' (he remaining TO per cent from t u e parent church organisation. Garrttn Club Meets The Moonlight Garden Club met Thursday night, July 14, at Mrs. Bessie Stubb's residence. Mrs. Leonora Condit was in charge of the business meeting, Mrs. Jimmie Walker in charge of lhe program, and Mrs. Freda Knlly in charge of the study course. rhe program Uiis \veek was ape- cial gardens. Mrs. Walker talked about "Window and Porch Oar- dens." Mrs. R. A. Slent?, on "Water Gardens" and Mrs. J. W. Golden on "Troubles to Look for in Gardening" In Mrs. Kelly'.s study course thr members are studying building arrangements and this week they concentrated on whU.e flowers in -Srcen containers. Firsl place award went to Miss Erma Pickins. second ' place * Mrs. Bessie Slnbbs and Ahlrd place to Mrs. J. W. Golden JdVIiss Plckim and Mrs. J. H. Walker were co-hostesses in charcc of refreshments. There were ten mem hers present The club wit, meet August 11 at Mrs. Freda Kelly's home. CHILLS AND FEVER due toWjIana Askfo- 666 WITH QUININE NOW AT YOUR DRUGGIST Radio Repair I All work dime by a I Radio-Telephone expert — (Every job guaranteed, why pay more for less? Piano Tuning \ BUT SHOE REPAIR COSTS LESS? That's why you'Jl save yourself many a dollar by having * your shoes repaired by our expert workmen. Next time try us. lUone with the famous' "Stroboscopc" — Exclusive to this area. Why lake les* lllv.ui perfect timing when the best is available? I Sheet Music - Records Supplies-Repairs PIANOS New and Used Everything In Music BROOKS Music Store 1107 K. Main Tel. 81 "Why accept anything less than the most Beautiful BUY of all?" Stand by for a Chevrolet and get the most for your money H's your money you're spending, and you're entillcd to get lhe most motor car, in reUi(n. All America says lhat means Chevrolel-f/ie most beautiful buy of all— and llic car (hill gives EXTRA VALUES in every phase and feature of motoring. It brings you fine-car advantage after fine-car advanlagc, from l ; ishcr Body Styling and Valvc-in-Hcad performance to Centcr-Poinl steering case and llie greater riding-comfort of llic longest, heaviest car in its field. And ofjers these advantages at the lowest prices! So why accept anylhing less than the mosl beautiful buy of all? . . . Invest in a Chevrolet and gel (he mosl for your money! Again . . . NEW LOWER PRICES! Tb* Styfottn* D* Lux* 2-Door Serfan — WMfe ifdewof/ \itti optional at *xfra c**f. 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LONGEST, HEAVIEST CAR IN ITS FIELD, with WIDEST TREAD, a> well giving more room, more riding- comfort, more road-«t*aidine» end •afety. 3-tNCH WIDE-BASE WHEELS (with Extra Low-Pre»ure>Tlr*») lhe widest rims in the entire low- pri<e field, providing greater ii<» stability. EXTRA ECONOMICAL TO OWN-OPEKATI-MAINTAIN and bringing y«u mm* whwi yw tr«4«; for Ch«vr«l«r* mn moff w«iftW —MW «r i SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO 301 West Walnut Phone 578

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