The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1949 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1949 Chicago Attorney Gets Civilian Post William T. Farley To Head New National Reserve Policy Board WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. Wj — William Thomas Farley, Chicago attorney and railroad official, yesterday was named head of the National Military Establishment's new Civilian Reserve Policy Board. Farley's appointment by Secretary of Defense Johnson Is another step in efforts to strengthen organization of the nation's military setup. Legislation giving the defense secretary additional powers In consolidating the armed forces was passed by Congress and sent to the White House Tuesday. Only President Truman's signature is needed to make the measure law. In still another move to coordinate activities of the armed serv, ices. Johnson has ordered the Navy to take over the Army's oceangoing vessels. This means the Navy will direct a new Military 'E«a Transport Service (MSTS) for all branches beginning Oct. 1. In a similar action some time ago, all military air transport was switched to a single agency—Air Transport Service (MATS). This now serves all three branches under Air Force control. The next step will be a land transportation service under Army control. Johnson's announcement said the civilian component policy board to be headed by Farley will coordinate the policies and ' program of the organized reserve. This includes tiie reserve of the Army, Navy and Air Force, and of the National Guard, both ground and air. Other similar moves are expected under the new legislation passed by Congress and awaiting Mr. Truman's signature. Netherlands Parliament Approves Pact THE HAGUE. Aug. 4- l.,p,_T h e upper house of the Netherlands Parliament ratified the North Atlantic treaty yesterday. The vote was 29 to 2. This compleled parliamentary action by the Netherlands and constituted the next lo the last stage before the treaty goes into effect. All (he original partners in the pact—t fie United States, Britain, France, Canada, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg—n o w have rattifled the accord. The treaty will become formally effective when the instruments of ratification or the various-governments are deposited In Washington. Communists cast the two voles against ratification In the Netherland's .upper house. The lower house accepted the pact, 65 to 7. on July 19. Churchill's Daughter Calms Theater Audience After Fire Is Discovered NORWICH. Conn., Aug. 4— (iPi — Sarah Churchill, actress daughter I of British Statesman Winston Churchill, told some funny stories to calm a summer theater audience during a fire. Her action achieved Its main purpose. It dissipated some of the alarm felt by the audience when smoke from smouldering rubbish seeped into the theater Tuesday night. But the stories themselves apparently never got across to the audlerlce. They wer e drowned In the hubbub. Miss Churchill, co-starring with Jeffrey Lynn in the Philadelphia Story, stepped quickly toward the footlights when someone cried "fire." She calmly assured the mi- dlence that there was no cause for alarm. Then she told the stories until persons backstage domed the 'ire In a rubbish barrel behind the building. Radio Repair All work done by a licensed Itadio-Telephone expert — Every job guaranteed. Why pay more for less? Piano Tuning Done with Ihe famous 'Stroboscope" — Exclusive o this area. Why take tea* 'ban perfect tuning when ;he best is available? Sheet Music - Records Supplies-Repairs PIANOS New and Used Everything In Music BROOKS Music Store 07 B. Mnifi Tel ft Prague Reports Priest Sentenced Under Red Decree PRAGUE, Aug. 4. <AP>—The official Prague radio announced last night that the state court lias sentenced a Roman Catholic piie.st lo eight years in prison for high treason for refusing to administer the last sacrament lo an old woman because she was a Communist. This Mas the first such sentence In the Communist government's war with tlu Roman Catholic Hierarchy. 1'hc communist minister of justice, Ak-xei Cepicka, threatened two weeks ago to prosecute for treason any Roman Catholic clergyman who attempted to carry o» t the Vatican decree calling ror excommunication of Communists or denial of the sacraments to those who aid Communists. BLYTHEVn.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWB Memphian Protests Presence of Owlt in Tre« in His Front Yard MEMPHIS. Au». 3-WV-Twelve wise old owls sit In a Iree and const the Armstrong misery. R.C. .Tmstrong said today that his family can't even sleep since the whoo-blrds made a hangar out of a big poplar tree in the yard. "The children ire almost afraid to go in ihe yard." Armstrong groaned, and I'm going to become a nervous wreck." It's not Just hooting, he added— tlie varminls keep clacking their bills ail night. And they won't go away. The city won't let 'em be shot, and iroving things just amuses them. Besides that, Armstrong said they litter his lawn with dinner leavings—odd bits or rats, mice mid rabbits. "And when it pets so bad an owl can't eat it," he added in a voice choked with emotion, "it's really bad." Pastor Says Weddings And Drinks Don't Mix TAUNTON, Eng.. Aug. -I. (Jr-)_ The Rev, J. nil floulay Lance of St. Andrew's Anglican Church writer In the latest Issue of his palish magazine: "Please be warned of the slltv ass who wants to wish you weil by Belting yon drunk before the wedding. "You are going to make the most solemn vows you will ever make in your life, and you wanl to be absolutely clearheaded about It " Like io D hunt? n fish? D lour? For th« outdoor] man arid hij family, only on* cor fill th« bill — th» Nosh Airflyte. Her* ii the sportsman 1 ! dream car wifh pUnty of room for six big passengers on loft, downy »ars, and 28 cubic feet of luggage space fo store oil trie gear. Here it the one car with twin beds and Weather Eye conditioned air. The one full-size car with amazing economy that means more than 25 miles to the gallon at average highway speed in the Airtlyle "600". And you never knew juch imopth-riding, sweet-running miles in any car. Come in and test drive a brand new Nash Ambassador Airflyte or "600" Airflyte right now. Shelton Motor Co tl = c<_...ii rt . ^» ^^ • 215 South Second Phone 4438 Proposed Budget of Expenditures Together with Tax Levy for Fiscal Year Beginning July 1 , 1950. to and Including June 30, 1951. The -Board of Directors of Blyfheville School District No. 5 of Mississippi County,' Arkansas, in compliance with the requirements of Amendment No. 40 lo the'Con- stitution of the Stale of Arkansas, adopted November 2, \ 948, have prepared, approved, and hereby make public the proposed budget of expenditures together with (he tax rale as follows: General Control, 813,07-1; Instruction, $263,651; Operation of school building, 522,000; Maintenance of school plant and equipment, $S,000; Auxiliary Agencies (including transporlalion), SS.6I2; Fixed charges (Insurance), $6,000; Debt Service, $11,500; Capital outlay 5151,000. To provide for the foregoing proposed budget of expenditures the Board of Directors proposes a lax levy of 30 mills. This tax levy includes the present continuing levy for the retirement of present indebtedness. Seven mills of the above proposed tax levy of 30 mills is for a proposed bond issue of $150,000, estimated lo run 30 vears. for the purpose of erecting and equipping new *;hool buildings and making improvements and additions lo present school buildings, which will constitute a continuing annual levy until the principal of and interest on the bonds are paid in full. f Given this 20 day of July, 1949. Board of Director!, BlythevilU School Diitrict No. 5 of Mississippi County, Ark. MAX B. REID, President. W. L, HORNER, Secretary Million Dollar Boor/eg Ring Uncovered inGeorgia , ATLANTA. Aug. \— f/D-Georgia's revenue commissioner said yesterday he has uncovered a $1,000 ro bootleg liquor ring "which appar- enlly flourished under state protection." ' Revenue commissioner Challes Redwme said «n Atlanta wholesale firm in only S!N months supplied the Sl.no.000 to dry counties "all over north Georgia," " is a g c "'s raided the firm Friday, PAGE NINE Hfdwinc said, and seized more than 1.000 sales slips giving names, dates and amounts of Illegal sales to IwolloBBcrs, social clubs mul others. Hedwlne made the evidence public yesterday as he lurnt'd It over to Pulton County, (Atlanta) solicitor Paul Webb for any legal notion. The commissioner's charges covered part, of the reelmo of lomer Gov. M. K. Thompson and his revenue commissioner. Downing Musgrove. Thompson and Musgrove denied any knowledge of the affair Read Courier News Want Ads. Yardcleaning Scheduled For Statue of Liberty NKW YORK. Aug. 4. llf, - The Sliiluc of Liberty -Grand Old Lady of New York Harbor—is having her backyard denned. Hubble has hern carted away from Bedloes i.«]and, site of the sl;iliir>. For the first time a heat- insr system 1 as been installed In the statue bii p. Drainage and water systems VAVr , \ Kfn replaced Tun nld build ! B s win be razed and B now pier stalled. The work anl under way afler CoiiRif-ss appropriated $500.000 for tile jot). PICKLED PEACHES PRESERVES In Heavy Syrup No. 2!/ 2 Sire Colonial Peach 1 Lb. Jar The finest 2_a 16 PET MILK 3^35* Stokely's PEACHES No.2>/ 3 can Condensed Milk EAGLE BRAND _ The Dainty Cooking Fat HUMKO Mayfield CORN C "™ i ib. pkg. Style can 19* lOc Ground fresh, Lo Roma COFFEE» 42? Mother's Best FLOUR The finest catsup HEINZ Cake Mix 25 Ib. $ . . bag 1. 16 ox. bottle 250 SWANSDOWN *. 37< Sunshine CRACKERS Morton's ICE CREAM SALT 4 £ 1 24 CERTO 8 Oz. 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