The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 19, 1947
Page 8
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BIA'THEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS *?*.*'•* **i "" f \ if^iii Activity Scenes at Arkansas Jaycee Meeting the Registration Desk Saliba Brothers Exchange Greetings '47 Contest Chairman Busy One of the busiest spots during the early hours pf the Arkansas Junior Chamber of Commerce convention here was the registration desk in Hotel Noble Which was manned by members of the woman'.* auxil- iaryofthe BlytlieviHe Jaycecs. In the first photograph lonesboroMan tilled by Train Crossing Crash Near Bay Fatal for Navy •Veteran Attending ASC (By Uniteil .Press) M. least two persons died ycster- f from injuries received in au- noblle accidents as 'Arkansas . to the highways for 'week-end irnigan'Yates, 21-year-old slv» «t of Arkansas State College at 1 csboro/ was killed when his cai 1 Sdcd with a Frisco Train near »y in Craighead County. He was Jne rYates was a Nan veteran of World jyar H and, was employed — the Bon McCourtney law office Jonesboro. v sWilliam E. >Voodali, 35-year-old World War JI viteran died In tu . Springs hospital from injuries eived Wednesday. The car In uch he . thrife "thcr psors Wrt,urted near Olcn-'l" and burst ijito flames. Mrs. in a Ti lor,, ja of Hot Springs. fered third degree burns and injuries ^The two other oc- ts ol thp car received minor Bluff; nnd Club .Administration, by E. B. Sparks of Fort Smith. Forums this afternoon inchr.lo (hose on Awards, L,. E. Tinnel ol El 'Dorado; Extension, Jennings Bailey of Blythcvillc; and Project, Promotion, Jack Gwinn of Shcii- di\u. To Speak at Dinner Session A reception for -Mr. Shepherd was scheduled for 5:30 p.m. todny. iAl tonight's convention dinner, slate awards will be presented clubs for outstanding work in various fields during the past year. The Convention Ball in the Mn:n Exhibit building at the fairgrounds in Walker Park will cap the day's activities. Opportunities for Lender, Governor Folsom last night told Jaycecs that opportunities for unselfish leadership were unlimited America today. The 38-ycar-olcl chief executive of Alabama addressed nbjui 2(10 delegater, at a dinner in die Hotel Noble, convention headquarters highlighting the day's primarily so- innl activities. ™ som ; s < lCCisU> " •"»- ufteiiioou to remain here h " n P " umci1 "' ordcr t0 n Gov. Ben Lancy res.rtlcc activities with Frank Walton, president ,< , , Bart Jaycees and a rice mill operator in T ... , y> an James Hoy, who is president of tin: I5!y(r/ cvl "° J-XVeLT:;, the host group to the stale convention. Couri fire: (lol'l to ri|{ht) Miss Patricia Wise, Mrs. Uichartl Becker, Mrs. Tliatl Nicol, lUrs. Gilbert Hammock, Mrs. 1.. G. Thompson, Jr., and Mrs. James Nehliul. Center Plioto—Brig. Gen. James S. Saliba, adjutant general of Alabama, Jiei'e is being greeted by those lenders, not their opponents, aro remembered, he stated. lias I'raiKe fnr Jaycces "Thosc people who believe In ciem- Dcratlc lc»dershl|i me the outstanding leaders ot the nation. The Junior Chamber of Commerce i-epicscnu the youthtvil leadership ot Uils iw- tion," Governor Folsom said. "If you work from thc selfish standpoint, you nre doomed lo, but if you work sclllcxsly to make your community a better, you ;ONVENTION C'ontioiKd from Page 1. this afternoon This morning's '"ens included those on Leadcr- ^Training, presided over by C. Srbctt of Morrilton; public .Ryons, by Harrel Dunn ci[ Pine call to Montgomery, i\l'\., and _ arrival by plane Intc ycitcrday of four more stnfe officials. They were O. H. Piimcy. executive secretary to Governor Folsom; Dill Dri:ikard, director of liniincc; Phllll|js Hnmn, commissioner of revenue; and Bryce, Davis, cliaii'- iiinn of thc Alcoholic Control Board. The governor spent yesterday afternoon resting. Brig. Gen. James S. Saliba, adjutant-general of Alabama, snlrt Governor Folsom «• succeed." lie asserted. He siiid that propagandists who believe the world Is not golsiii lo l» a democratic place arc doomed to failure and "tins niillon 1:, going to be a better, more democratic: nation If selfless leadership \:, exhibited." "To avoid strife, ilcath ;md destruction," Governor Folsom concluded, "exhibit leadership sclf- Icssly in the comnnmitics in which yi>u live." In u brief address prccccfliiig the governor's talk, Brig. Gen. Saliba said the future of America was In the hands of young -men and iirgcti the Junior Chninbcr ot Commerce to carry on the leadership of the nation. "America today is finding its place In the world a very difficult onc."i he said, -rlie world is locking to America for leadership. America nossc&Ku leadership ami we should use it to the best interests of Die world." "f warn you." Alabama's nclj'.i-l tnnt-gcnora) continued, "even how 1 we arc fiicing a great crisis in this' nation and th c world,. We arc, the stronghold of Democracy." fn a keynote address. State Jay- r. welcome to the delegates aivl convention dtgtiitaric.-.. In addition to Governor Folsom's party, Sheriff William Hcrryman, Deputy Siicriit Erwiti Jones nnd Director of State Police .lack Porter were Introduced as guests. Informal piu-tics -jccupieii most of the remainder of yesterday ami last night. Following air lours and n golf tournament. In the afternoon, delegates after the saw Jack and Roy Welch defeat Ted BcU nntl Jack Moody in wrestling match at the Legion mi. This was followed by a party given by the Exhai Roosters. Jayccc alumni ove years old. hi.s bnitliur, Fred S. Salil>a, Rlythcvillc wholesitler. U. C. Cartlow, comnuuidcr ol' Dud Cason Post of the .GKioii tau bo .suen in Lha background n^r Photo — Iaine " Nt ° b!lu t, chairman of the J.M7 Lollo:i Picking- Contest, is discussing convention Ole Man River Pours Muddy Water All Over Picnic Area at Barfield 'O.'e Man Riper ceased to be part of a setting for picnickers last night at Barucui sniu became a menace as he rose to a level over the West batik and spread out over the picnic grounds. Rising steadily for some time. the Mississippi River was at the top of tli c concrete embankment Wednesday night and last nlgnt partially coi'crcd the ground between the two levees. PROSPERITY Continued from Pace 1. r.ian the late 20's or early 30's. Fwiim Comluuled A forum was held followinr; Mr. James' talk in which mcmbi'i'!, of the: eroup were asked to present dinner] their problems for discussioii. Having served for eight years as dairy and poultry marketing specialist in the U. S. Department, ot Agriculture. Mr. James is considered an authority oil agricultural , economics. He resigned tlie pasUion )!'. .... ..-ill be installed at which Sidney Wc- Math of Hot Springs, proscculiir.s attorney or Garland County, will be principal speaker. J. T. Sudbury, chairman of Cue convention entertainment commi'.- tec was toastmastcr. 'A brief welcoming address was given -by Otho Stnnfielcl, national director convention chairmnn. The Dcparlmcnt. in which cap,iclly lie lias served for the past 20 .vcnrs He was n lonncr county a^cnt In the cattle region of Northern Illinois and was daily exli'llsicr. expert at the Massachusetts Agricultural College for A nuinbci of years. The discussion meeting war, under and the joint sponsorship of (he A»ri- ecep- culture Committee of thc local Missco Welfare Board Member is Re-appointed A. W. Young. Osceola attorney and member of the Mississippi County Welfare Board, has been re-appointed as a mcmlicr or the Welfare Board, it was announced tion for Governor Folsom was ;it- Clvunber of Conimcrce and :> Furm tended by Miss Jane Castlio, 'c- Bureau committee. Farmer England, contly named by thc Jaycees as •» president of the Blythcvillc Cham-' Liidy-ln-'WniliiiR for thn Jfcmpllis ber of Commerce, nrcsirtrd over the Cotton Carnival, and Miss Jva meeting and introduced thc .spc.'ik-T Seav. chosen a Maid for thc cole- • bration. tired from trips to WushliifiTin mid ceo President, Hen Poscy of Cros- Pcnsacola immediately m-eccrdinj- sctt '' cvlcwc<l Junior Chamber " Commerce work ol r .j change >. She went in Our Board! K&ElJ . >' A8AW A8OOT HOvJ. tf/KlXEO 1M Ol A G& — Of- ervtti ROBSEKS, fc? AJAMEO YOUR MILLERS his night here. Honored at Reception Governor Folsom made his first •\ppearaiicc at n reception i:i iiis «mor at 6 o'clock. Pointing out in his nddros; night that some ot history's KVO.U- :st men accomplished tlie thimj.s Unit made them famous at nn early age, Governor Folsom urgn'.l .selfless instead of selfish leadership on the part of ynunt! men of Arkunsas. "Opportunities for leadership In America ore great and opportunities for unselfishness arc unlimited," he said. "The greater a leader, th.j move unselfish he must be." the rjoveuior said. Stressing youthful leadprship. Governor Folsom notnttrd out ihMt Thomas Jefferson, who penned th- Declaration of Independence at 33 was also thc lather of tlie Democratic Parly niid the state university system. "And today," he said "we have tlie most educated iintl democratic nation in tho world through public education." Great leaders throughout thh country's history hnvc been ojjpnsod by selfish individuals but today of the |>ast year and .expressed optimism for the fu- tine -of the oreamzalion in train inn young men of Arkansas. "Ilurint; the past year, ycur slate organization has placed emphasis on Riving favorable publicity to Arkansas, keeping 'Arkansas green n ml unif.vini; the youiie men of thn state," Mr. Poscy said. In sal,i that year national mMnbcrshlp tripplcd 'and in this state nearly ten now clubs were formed. He welcomed new clubs at Russellvlllc. Stuttgart, Foreman. Walnut RidRC. Clarksvillc and Osccola. Miyor FAtcmls Wclcnmc Asserting "the luture outlook is cood." Mr. Poscy said Arkansas holds a potential 50 communities which Jayccc work could bs carried on. Mayor E. R. Jackson extended \\ WARNING OltDEH Thc defendant, Charles E. Crofter, is hereby warned to appear in the Chancery Court, for the Chl':i;a- nawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within Thirty (30) the plaintiff, Frances Elizabeth Crocker, nnd upon his failure 1,0 do so, satd complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness, my hand as clerk af thc Chancery Court, Mississippi County, Arkansas, and thc seal ot said Court tilts 28th day of Mnrcli. 1D-17. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk. 3,29-i;5-i2-18 r CITY CAB 924 Day or Night r f s Greater Shows featuring CAPTAIN DENHAM'S MIDGET CITY A rleiin t'avnival throughout. free Admission to (iniuculs Spoimoreil by Klythcvillc Jaycecs Broadway & Chickasawba One Week Starting Monday, April 21 »M:itincc nvrry afternoon 3:30 p.m. Sjiccui malince Saturday afternoon fur .sclinnl cliililrcn at I p.m. TnliC a Innk ;it your tin-s. U they ;ive wr.-irins uneven— or loo fast— (he chances arc thc wheels arc out of alignment. in your tar for a quick chock-up of the en- lire steering system. This service is FREE. LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. Phone 578 yesterday by the State Welfare Board. Also appointed from Mississippi County was Miss Virginia Mac Hcudrix. a clerk in thc Welfare Office at Osceola, ii.s county stenographer. British Royal Family Headed for Capetown BETHFORT WEST, South Africa,! April )<J. (UP)—Thc t rave!- weary ! royal family wound up the official f lour of south Africa today with a 30-minutc halt here for brief ceremonies. Throughout the cntrouragcspirits' revived noticeably ns thc toraiu' headed for Capetown. After u few days rest the party will leave for Great Britain. New/ Theater nila's Finest '' i iivr:uY Main Saturday & Sundaj Week l>ays ') :0ll p.m. p.m. 'Joni. S'h«»<n| Ma Kho Matinee Box Opens SATURDAY ' 'Lonef Hand Tl =xan' , [dlumbia Picture v l f. RITZ THEATRE Manila/ Ark. i>asl Time Today "Unexpected Guest" with Hlipalori-; (,'nssidy Cartoon and 7th (;h.i;Ucs' "Federal Opcratur 90" SATIJIt»AV OWL SHOW "Seven Were Saved' Uicburil Denning anfl Catherine Cr;ii;^ Also Shtirls riund;iy nntl Monday Tuesday JN SEED : ORSALE P & L 14, Delinted and Treated \ High Germination \ Only a Few Tons on Hand I fytheville Delinting Corp. So. 2nd St. Across from Armory Phones 2860—860 BUY Fresh daily at your grocers! >,,.V- B :<B p.m.; Starts 7:15 p m. P Ijist Time Todaj "Siriqinq on thc Troil" !j with the , ; IF nosier Shuts of jjjt: Nalinnnl B: lm I);,,,,.,. l> r ,, Kri i m hcnal: "DaiiRhtcr ,,f Dim <}.'• _^ Also Shorts MIDNIGHT SHOW h'Uirfs at 10:lr> n m '.v 'THE BRUTE J Turn Nfnl. .I;iur A,l,n!, s .'/;* Also Short Siihjccls • ';•' "GILDA" ; .v^ , with '•••••.• BOATS FP R SALE Mode in BlyfhcvfMc \ b ? MiKE MERONEY dYPRESS an, d PLYWOOD . The liMt for the life /.' ; )H r . ;lrr:x - HaiiilriMdi-. s t, Ir ,| v ronstrurtlnn—only thc brsl mi' " 1Irc u:>c '' '» I'irsc Uo.its. Sec them .VOW! Now on l" s " 1;1 >- ••'<• The BlytheviHe Motor Company CHIROP "Health is your Rroatost assst. $' l ' lro l >l ' Rctic is <hp suic>.st lo Health. An investment in a C h 10 l n ' aclic Health Service will add to your wealth of health." ._ Hours 9 to 12»1 nd 2 to 6 Dr. Torsten Lin'dquist niclit. , Ark.

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