The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1946 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 18, 1946
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SATURDAY, MAY'18, 19-16 BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Baptists to Meet In St. Louis in '47 Atlantcm Elected to '. Head Convention Succeeding Texqn. 'MIAMI, Fla., May 18. (DP)--St. 1 laiuis today was the choice of South- \ rtn Baptists for next year's corn-en- ; lion and Dr. W. A. Cr is well of Dili- j las, Tex., was chosen to deliver the convention sermon. •The ^Baptists recommended that all nations c«ase peacetime con- ! acrlption and military training I •Tlie Social Service Commission 1 nine*! that militarism be combatled I through the United Nations and by ! Vh/t national Congress and Presi'. ' dent. ' • Denominational veiirtsentativs also called for steps to "maintain d*c«iicy of conduct" among men stavl une d overseas. Improvement of tli£ church educational system was sought in a imjpoail to establish a denonilna- tioiuil graduate school, possibly .it Wake Forest College in North Carolina. Revision of the system to eliminate duplicating services also was sought. •'. Earlier the denomination elected Dr. Louie D. Newton, pastor of the Druid Hills Baptist Church. Atlanta, as president, to succeed Dr. Pat M. NeflV president of Baylor University. WacO. and former Texas governor. .Other officers elected were: Dr. C. Roy Angell, pastor of the Central Dap.tist Church, Miami, vice president; Dr. R. c. Campbell, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Columbia,, S. C.. vice president; Porter Roinh, and the Rev. Joe W. Burton of Nashville, Tenn.. record- in-.; secretaries. The election of officers tame af- te? an unscheduled and unanimous indorsement by the thousands of Baptist here of "some type of *'prl<J government* as the i(niy meaivi to accomplish "tlip Christian prlciples of order ami justice." O. K. Armstrong. O f Springfield, Mp., wrio was a member of the Baptb.l coimiiJitlee at thp San Francisco United Nations Conference, ^itroduceri the strongly-worded ajnendment to the regular report of the committee on world peace. It was adopted without debate. The convention delegates also adopted a resolution asking the recall of the Vatican embassy staff and demanding . that- Myron C. TayUJr's appointment as presidential reprsentative at the Vatican be ended. Johnson Caught Flat-footed Erskine. Jolmson. noted NKA Hollywood columnist, is supposed to be pn his toes during working hours—especially \vhen.thc \yorl> includes initiation into, the of cl-.isslc biillel by so beanti T fill a teacher as Russian ballerina Tamar.-i Toiminnova. lliU the cam'eri) caught him flat-footed, as the photo above shu\V5. "c- was told that ballerinas suffer, sutler, sull'cr, dm ing their arduous prac- • n-ij^^- l lcc - ^ r Johnson is feeling nu pain. State's Medical Facilities Studied Hospital Association Holds State Meeting In Little Rock. LITTLE HOCK. Ark,. May 18. U.I*.)—Tlu« alleged Imidoqiiuoy ol Arkunsas's medical mctht.k'5 was spot-lighted today, imd member? 01 tile Aikiinsiis Hospital Association bogfm lo count Hie state's needs. James E. Coddlnijton, l)urei\u 01 Research, University of Arkansas, broached Hip subject | 0 (he association nl the group's' iiicetlng Ueiv yesterday. ' f ~ He advoculed a 100 per cent in was? In General OcJUJles thrpuflh- out the stale, mid. nllcU the owl for 750 more Doctors. Cuddlriglon, ui) ecoiiouilst usislsl- hnj with U\o Arkansas ' Hosptlul and lleurth survey. s«Ul (lie slUw- llon was ucute In tyrwloiv county.' "Where Ull'lV Us only 0\V U0CIOV ful 1 10,001) people." He iHlileij ll«l 2\ of 1)16 'slate's 75 counties; liaj no guilty heallli nurse... As- fur ; (Uv Inadequacy ol hoidtm.' tyd spare...'Codd'Uigtun said, "Tlier* sire now, 'j.WH 8»n- i-ral l\o*i)lwl bu^'s. In order to meet ,in!n|nuiui' iwfils. Arkansas shouid'.have more ll'tan 'twice thai number." concluded thai Hie state 01 PAQfc It Ain't Hoy! •'•J^K^T *.v."» ****$££ Sergt. \Yhorley Darby Sees Service in Japan Sgt. Whorley c. Darby. Blytheville, is 'now serving with the famous 1st Cavalry Division in the present'occupation of the Nippon Capital. Overseas since Juno •!, : 1945. Darby is with tlio 5th Cavalry Regiment, as a clerk. He was formerly with tin; TOli. infantry Division' before.transferring-'to Hie 1st Cavalry. 'He wears'the' Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon, Philippine Liberal Hibbon with one star. Cjood Conduct Ribbon, .Victory .Ribbon, and Uie Army of Occupation Ribbon, As; a civilian. Dnrby attended the Blytheville High School, and later was engaged in farniini;. He entered the Army Dec. 1. 1944, and took basic training ,at Camp Fannin. Texas. After ' discharge he plans to return to farming. His father, B. R Darby, resides H Route 2, BlytlieviUe. 1 Ross, Lewis fails to Get Support of Arkansas Delegation in Congress .'LIT-rl.E- -RC3CK, Ark.. ; May I«, <U.P.)—Eiyhf •' members of the Arkansas delegation in Washlng- tpii were on.iecprd today as opposing the coal miners- demand for a union-controlleil "henHh and welfare fund." financed by the uyne operators. In answer to a poll made by the Arkansas Economic Council-State Chamber of Commerce, the congressmen indicated that they will support legislation banning the exation of tributes by labor unions. John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers, recently cie- nianded the fund, to be financed by .operators through a seven per cen.[ levy on .payrolls, and to be administered by the unions. Two senators and six of the stale's seven representative.? endorsed a telegram which said "we strongly advocole amendment ot the Case Bill to prevent collection by labor unions of contribution.';, royalties, taxes or any form of tributes or that substitute legislation be passed lo accomplish this purpose." Three Btytheville Men Initiated Into Shrine Initiated into the Shrine, an organization for Scottish RHe Masons Thursday' at. Pine 'Bluff were Jos; Fitzpatrick. Ed Jones and' Charles AUord. • They wore accompanied M.arsh. who. already had affiliated with this order.- {Schools Seek More Revenue Voluntary Increase In Assessments Asked Of Property Owners. UTl'I.E HOCK. Ark.. May ID. U.I'.I—parents or capilal clly •ehuol clilldmi here tuduy consld- ;rcd a intuxwecl 48 i»r csnl In- Cieaso In ivnl properly lax ussess- iienis. •I'lu: Increase wivs set forth In 4 new plun of Little Rock and North iJUIc li'ii^t school district W'ds, nnd wus di'slKnod to elevate I'uluskl counlv school revenue to the 11131 level, uourd nii'inberti held Hint the nddllloniil funtls wore hnilly needed for "essential linprovcnu'uls." Approval o[ the plan, if n \, : Hranled. will be slilclly 'voluntary, !• Inures from Ihe office Qf COUPS' Clerk li. 8. IMKi'.i showed Ihttl nil proncily iiKse.ssmeiiUi In iftji amounted lo *t!U.;tO-l.M7. Latil \eni', IIS-HCK.SIIIHII.S In the counly lotalfd more Ihau »-ll,(ICO,Ol!0, of- which I'llliislU count v whool dtslrlcl* re- ci'lvcd mniv than $504.001). Surrenders > Arkansas ranked. -4»l)i hi Ihemm\- and Joiners Union here as Ihe result her of physicians. uVnlLsls and of a temporary iiijunclion Issued ' nurses per.i.GOO white pop\i\alion. ycslerday in Chancery court. nl) d 41lh in the number, pf ho.s- Thc injunction was granted on.• P'l'il' beds per 1,'Ofll). . complaint of national otficials of- •the union and'restrains Ihe local Kidnapers union from irnnsacti»(! huslnesa-un,-- au.|- **' til final disposition.of llyi case. -nwiCf Tlie national officials thaiKi-d • • Nficers of the Pine Blnff local with CHIOAGO. May' 16. '(Up\_E t j- (ILsreKurcliiiK instructions ot the . w »»'d P, Jones, 48. Negro imilll- i general president. to remove i!iu millionaire and gambling racketeer, name of a business agent from llici ;W "s released unharmed by kidnap- rolls. pers early (oday. ( Jone.s, whu rose from dining Ciiv .waller lo overlord, of Chicago's J.lueratlve policy t'mne, was abduct.'.ed last ^aturduy nlqhi by fou.r • innski'd gunmen' believed to be white. ' I Peso(le h,ts release. clrcun>stances of his kldoaphm remained a my.iT ' ' was'Uie tWrd timu in hln career h.e had been ab~ When Ulrlc .1. ("Spud") Arscnaull, vclcrnn prospector, recently sold six minim; claims in Canada's Vellowknlfc goM rw\\ area for $100.000, he insisted un payment in cast:. Above, he's pictured. In - Toronto with his money-—and mi understandable urlii. Gandhi Accepts British Offer On Trial Basis NEW DELHI. May 18. (UP Informed sources said Ipduy had been P»ld for his release, Jones Six Rescued from B-?7 Wrecked on Mountain FAIKPAX, Cldlf.. Mliy IH. lUi'l — Two Army ni;-:". v.-i'ri: kllh'U when n H-17 Flyhij; 1'oi'livas crnslu'il on the- I'liKKud slopes ol Ml. Tmnulpulj 17 miles m)r(h of Kan Francisco ye:>- lerilny. Six others, some of whom were uppc<l In Uie wrt!Ckni;e. survlveil. The pilot and co-pilot were thrown ck-ar. Critically Injured, llicy wnlkc>d inul crawled two mill's to a private residence whore they collapsed on Ihe front porch. A Ueulcnant culnm-l was tiiken alive from tin 1 fuselum- by rcticui'i's who chopped a hole Ilirnuiih the wreckage with an axe. Two men were dead In Ihe wi-cck. Three others, Includtnu the radio operator, lay trapped Inside theli conipiirtnient, vislbh- to rescuers. HONORABLE DISCHARGES Clunlcs N. Arnold, Kimni'r's mute Ihlnl elniis, ol itosulmid, 1ms been illsctiuruud Irom Ulc Nuvy m Uw Sepnrnllun Cenlur In MvinphUi. lie Is n vclerun of !i'2 months .service in (he 1'aclflo Theulcr. pose may .permit individual league. s to join it. . Distinguished Service Honor Awarded Arltanson by Jack ( LITTLE ROCK. May 18. (UP)— Chaffee Personnel Center to Close July 3 J FORT SMITH, Ark.. May 13. (U.P.)—Camp chaffee's status after July. 31 remained a question marlf today after yesterday's Wfir pepartuient's announcement that the personnel center is closing down. The Department ordered a halt to the flow of personnel to the Ted Vpnce is Winner In Junior High Contest Ted Vaiice was first in the Junior . High School Physical Education contest for the seventh grade and Gene Shanks, first for the eighth .grade. Ted had 22 points and Gene, 1G. Other- winners in the contest. he!d in conformation become j B amey B .Taylor, organization uir > rector of the National Furin L^r bur Union in Little Rock .ha_s been jwarded the nation's second highest military honor, the plstinguUh'- etl Service cross. The presevUitfo.n. was niade here yesterday' Oo'i. Robert lv Bacon, Tailor's lo^iaer coininanding_ officeiv . ' ' . The citation said 'that Ta\(lAi'. n fonncr captain, led. a patrol in^Q enemy territory early in the Nor- niancly campaign, obtnining information which "was employed . to . a state-wide physical .education, were: seventh gradn — O. O. Stircs, second with 21.2 points and Tommy Craig, third Witli 12 points; eighth grade— Julius .It- net. second with 14 points and Harold Houeycutt. third with 10.4. poin'.i. includes RcceptioA the Reception Sta- ce'nter, which Station No.' 18, ._ tlou and Separation Center. No one'will be received for discharge sU the camp after July 1. Th£ only remaining Army personnel after July 31 will be the station complement, according to Ihe camp Public Relations Office. The office could give no hint 03 to the future mission of chaffer, and said yesterday that the fat3 of approximately 2,077 civilian em- ployes is undetermined. At present, the camp does noi appear on \Var Department records as surplus. The personnel center, operating since June. 1944. is being discor. thUKd in line with the Wai- Department's announced policy of setting up one personnel center in each Ariny area. Arkansas will now be In the Fourth Army Area *'lth headquarters at Port Sam Houston. Tex. flection Year Brings Forfy Turnover in Jobs 'BY HOB BROWN United Tress Staff Corrcsiiondent LITTLE ROCK, May 17. (UP) — State jobs, much sought after i'.i normal times, evidently are bein^ used this year as a springboard into county politics. At least 14 state employes have turned in their resignations in ac- ccrdanca with an edict of Gov. Ben Laney some weeks ago. and bave launched their campaigns for county offices. The revenue office, with its inspectors in each county, has suffered the heaviest. Other departments hit by the political fever include the land office, the comptroller's office, the eanie and Ti.s'i commission and the welfare department. When the sun noes down, automobile accidents BO up. Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Servict Calls a. Year SU Repairs ( () Kkctric Appliances Fully Guaranteed j W.YTHEV1LLE SALES CO.! (Where Courtesy is Xot a Memory) i 138 V. -Mai? St. Phone 3616 Union Officials Enjoin Local in Pine Bluff PINE BLUFF. Ark., May 18. (UP' —Sheriff Garland Brewstcr of Jefferson county was conducting the "I doix't, know." Nor wouid he say who paid The world the . great advantnsje In' pln.niiliiB subsequent successful ' At The Hospitals Klytl-.eville Hospital Admitted:,Mrs. Callie Moore, Grider. E. H. Miller, city. Born to Mi 1 , aiul M,rs. Chaile^ Staggs, city._ a daughter last sight Dismissed: Virginia' BlaijK. Forty and Eight. Walls Hospital Admitted: Joe Haul D.unham. Tomato. Mrs. T, N. Johnson, Rt. 1, cltv Mrs. Lillian Franks, city. Dismissed: Mis. B. F. Brogdon Sr., city. Bonnie Skcltbn, Rl. 3. city. Morris Steele. Hox(n. Carline Po[f. lit. 3. city. Barbara Jean Cook, Houiersvllle. Mo. Metnpliix BaiitLsl Hospital Admitted: Johnnie West brook, Cavutherb- ville. Mo. Arkansas Hosiery P/a|it Produces First Nylons In New Rogers Factory ROOERS. Ark.. May 111. (Ul'i — The first i>a!r (jf nylon lios: 1 lo be I produced in Arkansas wus on ils way to some proud cu.stiniii'r today. , The hose, produced In the Rogers, Ark., plant ol Mnnsinnweiir. Inc., cunie olf the knitting; ninciilue yesterday, 99 dny.s after construction of the plunl sturled. Whlie the output will he limited for some Umf, tin. 1 company hn^ ordere<! 400 ho.tieiy knlilhiK ma- chini-s and ctipaclly production h expected before fall. .\ lady of fashion, fully dressed, 400 yeur.'i ai;o. won: uboiit .!!> |)ciund.s of (jnrinents. Arkansas Oil Company Leases Ordnance Plant V.I, UOHAUO, A'k.. May IK. (Ul'i — l.lon Oil Coiniinny li»s entered Hit 1 pcUdleum clu'inlcal field lhroi]({li Icuse of Ihu Iniyi! CXimk Ordiunu-e Works iirar here for uvlvntv op- crnlliin, Col. T. K. Burton.' l.lon president, announced today. The iihinl will be operuled und^i a luiiK-lvi'in lease, with an option tn accordlnx to Uuvtoii. Future opi>ralkons of Ihe orilniincc plunl will In devoted lo Ihu p ducUon of iiiinnimla. lorllllwir. nl- U'DKCII mid oilier chemical -,yn- Ihetlcs. he said. Thfire will be constructed Imuic- dlnlcly, Hie Lion Oil executive ndd- cd, a new unit lo cost umn'oxt- ninloly $1,OOO.IHM) for Ihe productloi of (Inislipd ammonium nltrale fcr llliiiei'. Com Is mined commerclslly (i nf thu 4B Mates. Ml AMVE TS Soon to Open Arkansas Headquarters I MTLK KCXJK, Mny 18. (UP) — Ui-Kiinliiiitlon of a slute lunidqunr- Icrs of llii! American VeM-'rum o' Vorl<| War If was under coiwlder- llon lodny and will be complelei s soon as local cliaptei'K have beei fl up ill Little Hock mid l!oi Bprln^s. Wlllhnn c, Yiu-brotiKh of I.ltlle .tock wus nanii'd tcin|x>VHry ortinn- /ullon ehuli-innn ut a nieetlnu of clermia ut (he capltol yesterday. Anivets, a new veterans' orgun- /.nllan. luis three posts In Arkiin- iil this time—Fort Smith, p«y- !llovUU> mill Kl Dorado. , Hurry 'James Slyter M IS-yeur-old ijrlde ratsi/ Ann Her- berl, brpu^ht thilr i»«ntozt ce 1 / liflcali. aloiig..witli tlicm vhpn hje sun-endered -to Ar(«y uuthorittes at Koit Lawton Wa<-h rilcr beinj;^ AWOI; frohi'.Buckley Field,'. .Cohi. He wants lo.get out of dl cldthca,- and Is using: hh a^e In an effort to B «ln release. Plrsl pluntlnu of crested wheat irass In Wyoming was made Iw lurbort K, fiubln in 1028. near .link, Wyo. Negro Soldier — .,... Nuernberg Murders FIIANKFVHT Mu> IB (.UP)— The.U. a. Aj-n>y Provo»t Marshal $ Office 'announced, today th»t a NiiK'ro sol'dler htui confe^^ed slay!UK two Arni-Hciin soldiers in Nuertibcrtj on' Uie'"'rtlijlil of May 10, whll(- they were t'dlnj In-a Jeep. The Identity, o' th« player was not disclosed liiiiiicclliktely'. The IWQ . vlcllms *uie merabcrt of the 8Urs • and, atrlpt.% staff. They were • shot tram 'ambush 1 while Hitting with three women companions unit another American jioluiur, • .j . •-•. -. • -,- '•• - THK (ngram UKAUTY <H.INH cl Drill Hnjllh, Oimct Osceola News Mrs. Chester Daneho.wcr has gone to Niishfille. Tcnn., to spend »evc- ral days with her daughters. Misses Patricia and Frances Dahhower. who attend St. Cecilia Academy. She uenl especially to serve *s chnpcrone Monday niyht for the graduation dance at Ryan Academy for Boys where Miss Francei , . Tokyo; Qe.nerq'1 Etsenhq\ver asked Cpl. R. L. Dullonj above, of Griffui, Gx., if he was gelling enough to eat. The soldier saU( he was, but *'the cooking is no good." Tliis, plus other GI Bripes against the foojj, led General Eisenhower to order Dotton's colonel aiid company commander to irnprove the cooking. ".And," Ike warned the latter, "1 ilun'l want anything lo hup- l>Jn to this corporal." HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. 200 K. Main, Hlyllievllle, Ark,, I'lniM 20«1 SALES AND SERVICE OF J, «. CASE EQUIPMENT Jusl Received a .shipmcnl of CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; 10 Inch $129,50 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING i Let us figure your total contract includ i Ing labor. [ Service and Repair on wiring and acces- ' sorioz. i Appliance Repair. ' Get Ready for thebig iniect season WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. Sec. I'^nne 35.71 business loday of the Carpenters Danchovyer will be a suest. FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK Dont Say Bread Say -* HART'S Bread Have Your Property Sprayed With D. P. T, Like the U. S. Government Uses Boyett Spraying Co. is equipped to do just that. You can help rid your community of pesky insects by calling Phone 3602 BOYETT DDT SprayingCo Offices Temporarily Located 111 E. Vine Sf, Gep. (Buddy) Boyett—^-OwNers—F/od Boyett Jr. Give your car that spring look, Let lugiye ft our special wash and lubrication job. |*«ry part of your car gets • luemcent especially designed for if. Our car wnli is complete. Ungjton-Wrofen Co, Soles U. S. Tires OPEN 24 HOURS Walnut & Rroadrway B W ick

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