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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 5, 1949
Page 5
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THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE rra Decrease in Cost Of Living Is Seen Truman's Economic Adviser Predicts !* 'Further Easing' Paro/e Board Okays Release Of Physician DECREASE IN COST 34 WASHINGTON, May Piesidtnt Truman's lop advisor forecast today Osb economic a further casing" of the cost of living. Dr. Edwin O, Nourse, chatnna! of the Council of Economic Advisors, said "we are still 111 a period of healthy disinflation." Nourse and fellow members 01 the council called at the White House to give tlielr monthly report to Mr. Truman on the economic picture. The written report to the President was not nude public, but Nourse told reporters some of the main points In It. He salrt: I expect some further casing In LITTLE ROCK, Mny 6. uoiiths uftci- he began serving one-year prison sentence for nboi- tton, Dr. G. R. McClure, formerly of Paragould, is free on parole. He was convicted In Greene Cir cm-It Court Inst May 28 on a chnrge of performing an illegal operation on a woman who later died. After the Supreme Comi affirmed hib conviction, lie entered (he penitentiary last Jan. 8, the cost of living.' Nourse said the cost of living dropped 3.2 per cent in March but that there was a slight although not iimjortant unturn In April. He said production Is down from (he December peak, that unemployment is down to 3.000.000 leve' from a top employment of 3.221,000 v in February. "Prices continue downward, but not on a demoralized basis," Noursc went on. He said that the public ^•ould expect declines In pork prices, Vjilthough beef prices likely will go up. Asserting that the country is still in a period of "healthy disinflation." he said: "We haven't fallen out. of bed yet on anything. "We still have It in our power i to make postwar readjustments and prevent a collapse." Companion Case Pending A case said to be connected will he McClure case still is pending n Mississippi Comity Circuit Cour lere in Blylhevllle. A chnrge committing an uboiilon was locl against Dr. D. L. Doyd of Blythc ille a year HBO, He waived forma arraignment on April 4 this yea iiid entered a plea of not fiiitltj The case has not been set down fo trial and the defendant is free un district. Dr. A. D. Garner of Para gould is president; Dr. F E. Utle of Bljthoville. vice-president; an Dr. J. H. McCurry, of Cash, sccre tary. er a *1,000 bond. Paroles granted at the meeting f the State Parole Board hi Little ock yesterday Included the follow- ig cases from Mississippi County: H. E. Huddlestoti, who was con- ictcd In November, 1848, and sen- enced to serve a prison term of ne year on a grand larceny charge. nil-hard Hodge, sentenced In Oo- ober, 1948. to three years for as- ault to rob. Gant Summers, sentenced In No- ember, 1941, to serve three years on charge of Incest. Alfred Thomas, sentenced In April, 948, to serve two years on a burg- ary charge. There were 19 commercial avia ion operators in the U. S. in 102<>, and nearly all were small private enterprises. Gold and silver were coined at he Cornier U S. Mint at Carson Ncv., until 1893. PILES Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin Thouiandi clunl* iro»n» to crIB*. VH * doiiorv formuU to relieve dlijcomfort »t piles. Sent drunlit* by noted Thornton & Minor Clinic. Surprijim QUICK tmlLlatlv. relief ot n«ln. llch, lcnUtlo» *tnJ» to JOIUB. "Brink ""el""*- Ua« Motion- way. Oot t"t>« Thornton * Minor-* 1UCUI Ointment or Recl.l Sup iKuilorln today. Follow libel direction* Vor sale at »11 drug ttorei everywher* Medical Society To Hold District Meeting Monday The 93rd semi-annual meeting of the Fust Councilor Dislrict of the Mccilcal Society, composed of Clay. Craighcad, Crittenden, Green, Lawrence, Mississippi, Poinsctt. and Randolph Counties, will convene at 3 p.m. Monday in the basement of the First Methodist Church at Tyronza. Papers will be read and discussions conducted in the scientific program to be conducted in the afternoon, and the public meeting where Dr. Morris Fishbein of Chi- T caoo. HI., will review "One Hundred Years of Medicine." This meeting will feature special music by the Marked Tree Ensemble, and will begin at 8 pm. Dr. Fixhbein Is editor of the Journal of the Americai Medical Association. Doctors and their wives will be entertained between the two ses sions with a barbcque dinner at th< mess hall of the Tyronza higl school. A part of the business session wil be spen t in election of officers' am . the selection of the city for th next conference. Dr. W. H. Morcland and Dr, L. H McDaniel of Tyronza are composin the entertainment committee, anc should be notilicd when guests ar expected to arrive. Dr. McDaniel is councilor for tl HERE'S NEW BEAUTY FOR YOUR HOME New Low Prices On Hardwood Floors If you're Interested In havlnjc new Hardwood Floors, be sure lo check with us for the be&t prices in Blythevllle. REFINISH OLD FLOORS Not only do we offer complete service in living, sandinft and finishing new floors, hut we can bring a new, gleaming lustre to your present floors with our special refinishlnff service. In all floor finishing work you can be assured that Deal'* will give you prompt, relialiln, expert workmanship. We guarantee your complete satisfaction. We have just returned from the New York market, where these lovely new sheers have just been made available at NEW LOW PRICES! Not 12.00 to 39.00, but 95 . 1795 to Deals Paint Store 109 E. 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