The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 7, 1949
Page 10
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3** <AKk.; tUUKUUiU NEWS JSA'lUKUAi, iUAi 7, New Polio-Type Disease Found Paralytic I* LMS S«y«r«, Shorter Than in Usual Cast Diver Spends Rugged 2 Hours Stuck in Drain At Bottom of Big Tank M.Y., u» MW kind of polio or * disease much Hkt polio It caused by » newly- found rlnu, according to an Albany doctor. The virus causes paralysis In hu- naiu about as often u other known polio rirusei do, but the paralysis it I«M aevere and of shorter duration, Dr. Gilbert Dalldort reported yettertf.r. DalMorf, director of the Division of Laboratories and Re- Kirch in the State Health Department. spoke before the State Medical Society. The new virus was obtained from IT humins who had • disease that appeared to be polio, Oalldorf said. One difference In the new virus U that it Ciiute« paralysis in mice only from two to eight day* old, ind not in older mice. It causes no parslyfi* in monkeys, as do known polio rirusw. Another difference, Dalldorf reported, us that the new vims results In destruction of muscles in the unweaned mice, but doesn't Mem to damage their central nerv- <MW «y«tem*. Nerve damage Is thought to be the main action of regultr polio viruses. It still Is not known If tile new Tlrusw acU in humans as It does in mice, Dalldorf said, MAHINIUUrt), Pla., May T. Diver Floyd Adams spent a rugged two hours caught in a drain at the bottom of a huge sea water tank with shark and other big fish playing around him. Suction trapped the diver when h* went down yesterday to remove the drain grating at Marine Studios. Struggle as he would, he could not free himself. The vicious fish around him did no damage. A steady stream of air was pumped to him through his air hose. Finally after the water level had bsen lowered to six feel, two other div- rs got a rope around him and ulled him free, He was taken to a hospital to re- over from the shock. Cable Repair Job Requires 8 Months MANILA —UP>— The Commerda Pacific Cable Co., has Completed the 8-month job of repairing it: cable line at a point 450 mile: east of Guam. The repair project, at a depth o 3.4 miles, was one of the deepes •ver accompollshed, company offic lain said. The break occured last Sepambe on the rim of an extinct volcan that was not known to haxe existe when the cable was laid between Midway and Quniu In 1903. The repair ships Resorer an John W. Mackay located the brea and diverted the cable around th crater at a depth of 1.7 mile*. Read Courier News Want Ads. outheastern Missouri <ingers to Meet May 15 Southeast Missouri singing Con enllon will be conducted at Ihe ampbcll High School Auditorium t 1 p. m. a week from tomorrow. The semi-annual meeting is to eature Keathley Harmony Boys ol lemphis, and other publishers ol ymns have been Invited to at- end. Mayor E. P. Reed of Campbcl •ill give the welcoming address. With the Courts Chancery: Stella Mae Finncy vs. LcdJord R. Finney. suit for divorce. Don Mnthison et al vs. W. I*. Hughes et al, suit to slop Uesspass- ng and quiet title. To Burn Gaming Devices FORREST CITY, Ark., May 7. W) —Fletcher Long, asslstast prosecuting attorney, said last night gaming equipment taken In a raid March 12 on the Blackfish Lake Club here would be burned May 12 In Little Rock. The club has been padlocked since the raid. Parade Features Boys and Girls Week Observance Youth groups from BIytlieville »nd other aeas In North Mississippi County yesterday paraded on Main Street from Franklin to the First Christian Church, after macliing down Walnut from Ihe Court House to Franklin Slreel. In special recognition of Boys and GlrLs Week. More than 400 boys and girls find leaders of youth work In Blytheville participated In the parade, which was led by (he BIytlieville High School Band. Groups Includ ed were Boy Scouts. Girl Scouts, Hi "Y" and Ora "Y" groups, the Lange Kiddle League football team and others. Prior to the parade at 5:30, also as a part of activities for Boys and Girls Week, Miss Peggy McLean and Lou Parllaro, world champion table tennis players, played an exhibition game at the Blylheville "Y" room at. 4 p.m. Mr. P.iRllaro was winner In the match between the two champs As a novelty during the exhibltloi Mr. Pagliaro sat In a chair and used a small service paddle while Stanley Ingram of BIytlieville stood anrt used a paddle about 12 by 15 inches and Mr. Pagliaro took the matcl hands down. As another pal of the exhibition Mr. Pagliaro teamed up with Bly tlievillt's Dick Reid and Miss Me [jean with Frank Wagner, of Blythevllle ,and in a nip and tuck match. Mr. Pagliao and Dick won by a 11-7 count. In furthe exhibition^ skill fis a table tennis player Mr. Pagliaro placed accurate serves from the comer of the room to the tenniB table, some 15 or 20 feet awey, and played volunteer contenders from the audience. Only Ciirroll Gllsson of Manila asked to compete against the champion. {•public of Korea Asks American Aid REPUBLIC OF KOREA, May 7— IP)— Resurgence of Communism In Asia has brought a plea from the eebte Republic of Korea to the United States. The republic occupies he southern half of the peninsula and the north Is a "peoples' democracy 1 ' under the protective eye of lussla. President Syngman Rliee asked whether the republic could count on 'all out American aid" In case of attack, There Is only a token regi- nenl of American troops remain Ing n South Korea. They will leave soon. Commenting on the pica, U.S. Ambassador John J. Muccto said the U.S. never had made a defense pact with any one nation. He refer- ed to state Secretary Dean Achcson's declaration that no defense pacts except the Atlantic Pact are contemplated. Mid-South Newsmen to Help Test U.S. Navy's Newest Transport Plane Charged with Murder LITTtiE ROCK, May 1. W)—Harold Raymond Houchins Jr., 23. ha.- been charged formally with firsl degree murder In the hotel room death of Scth R. Reed of Clarksvilli here last November. The Inlormation charges Houch Ins. » junior at the University o Arkansas Medical School, klllei Reed in perjwtratlng a robbery. Dutch-Indonesian Peace Conference Is Planned BATAV1A. May. 1. I/ft— Settlement of the Dutch-Indonesian dispute seemed nearer today as tti : Dutch agreed to help set up a new Indonesian republican government in Jogjakarta. In return, the Republicans agreed to call off guerrilla warfare and participate In a "peace" conference at the Hague. The agreements were readied In n series of talks sponsored by the UN Commission on Indonesia at Batavia. When the Navy's new Lockheed Constitution, the world's largest transport type plane, arrives In Memphis for a two-day showing on May 16, 40 Mid-South newspapermen will be aboard the craft, it was disclosed today by Rear Admiral H. M. Martin, who is In charge of arrangements for the 18-clly tour for the new craft. A. A. Fredrkkson of the Courier news editorial staff has been selected as one of the newsmen to make the flight from St. Louis to Memphis. The Mid-South newsmen will meet in Memphis Sunday, May 15, to go to St. Louis to board the "Constitution." The trip from Memphis to St. Louis will be made in a Navy DC-3 plane. A two-deck, four-engincd low mid-wing monoplane, the Constitution was commissioned on February 2 of this year and the test flight was arranged to evaluate the big plane. Another objective of the 10,000- milc tour Is to acquaint young mer and women throughout the country with the new Naval aviation cadei program and other opportunities for a career in the officer or enlisted ranks of the U.S. Navy. Navy officials also announced that tomorrow m Memphis, in con nection with the opening of the 15th Memphis Cotton Carnival, a Navy Air Show and open house wil! be presented at the Momphi: Naval Air Station. May 8 is Ihi birthday of naval aviation. On that day In 1911 the first, aircraft was rdered by t he U.S. Navy. On May , 1919 the first Navy seaplane panned the Atlantic, and on May 8, 1945, Germany capitulated to the Allied armies to end the Atlantic phase of World War II. To Issue Utility Bonds JONESDORO, Ark.. May 7. The City Water and Light Plant here has announced that a $100,000 bond Issue will be made shortly to complete a power expansion program and extend sewers and water mains. Plans Go Forward For Broadcasting Station in Osceola H. F. Olilendorf of Osceola said yesterday that plans will go forward without further delay to equip a radio station for Osceola. He received notification yesterday from the Federal Communications Commission in Washington that his application for a permit to construct a one kilowatt daytime station on a. frequency of 860 kilocycles has been approved. "The application for the permit was filerl several months ago," he said yesterday adding that details for the project were delayed unti it was certain that the permit could be obtained It may be possible to have the .station in operation wlthli 90 days, he indicated. Read Courier News Want Ads. MURR THEATRE OSCEOLA SUN. - MON. - MAY 8 - 9 1948 Ford V-8 Pickup With Stock Rack & Heater $1295.00 Kinningham Motor Co. Steele, Mo. Phone 201 ire in Tree Causes ?un tor City Firemen A burning dead tree at 1527 West rtain Street believed Ignited by illdren, was the cause of a fire larm last night. The fire was ex- ngulshed without damage to other roperty, Fire Chief Roy Head said. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores ! You Are Cordially \ Invited to Visit I The | Accessory Shoo | Feminine Apparel • Mabel Hogan Jessie Srit* S Hotel Noble Bldg. i Blytheville, Ark. EXPERT SERVICE Laundry & Dry Cleaning • Cold Storage Furs, Woolens, Blankets and Drapes NU-WA Laundry Cleaners' Phone 4474 M 0 thers» Diy and 1 *et XX your glad your not a Mother 260 years ago* T e acher slid i t was hard vork to have t o f^U-1 V «et your own water and wPr hawl it to the / A house abd wash and then irom with irom iroas,» They had candles too and had to wind; up »l*ak« clocks every nighT insted of puttin g in a ptug with electritity. And they had ti fight Indians and had no any th^ng or tellayision even, tsmm to "be a MOther radio or noovies or I guest its better , ^ today with a »efigg referral electric i c e"box * and a washer and iron a nd lights ^C\ and a vack to Cleaa with and every thinfc. --X'' An<* becaus J> a d says the electric io BU about the only bill hes able «\ t » ^iBM* f?0 ' to pay any »ore , we thinfc a pop mff. up :iM' III toaster is a swell pre B eftt for Mothers 1 1 in « / « . » * v TEMPESTUOUS LOVES... VIOLENT HATES... LUSTY ADVENTURES... A Seething Cauldron Of Emotion That Boiled Over And Burst Into Flame At The Whisper Of A Single Word ... COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR HAYWARD PRESTON ARMENDARIZ ATTENTION Soybean Growers! DOKTCHSOY NO. 2 SEED SOYBEANS Re- cleaned, Tested and Tagged. PRICE ?2.75 Per Bushel. 1949 Soybean Support Price 90% Parity. Produce more soybeans per acre by planting Dortcbsoy No. 1, highest yielder in 1948 yield contest. Seed For Sale By BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORPORATION 1800 West Main Phone 856-857 RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (All Types Except Cancer) DRS. NIES & NIES Clinic 514 Main. Blytheyille. Ark Phone 2321 D.P.L No. 15 COTTON SEED Delintect. Treated And Sacked 85 ( ,o ^Termination 1 Year from Station A TON OR A CARLOAD Also Good ALFALFA HAY For Sale Magers & Gill PEDRO .* CHILI. WIUS • LLOYD GOUGH EDWARD BEGLEY Produced br WAITEK WANGf R • by STUA,»f HEISIE» • Altociol* Produt.t EDWAIB IASKEK • Scr~npl<iV by FRANK NUGENT and CURTIS KENYON • Suggesled b/ a S1ory by ttCHARD WOJtMSEJ-Aci Eagl* lion Film Re!ea» DC 't Miss This Sensational Picture Dell Ark. I 1 honc 227Z I Have At All Times For Sale several tractors and equipment, both new and used 1 have John Deere, Par mall- Ford and other makes. 1 nnw have new Ford tractors anil equipment read? Tor U fil i very at dm lem pri re I will trade for most anything you have. Terms can be arranged. See F. C. CROWE I mile south at Braggadocio. Mo Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickasowbo SWIFTS PREMIUM i BRANDED BEEF THE GRAVES COMPANY I\E \LTOl\S Real F^tdtV - Morlcjaqe Loan- • IrmircifK osctot\ Phone 521 BH THFMLH Phone 30751 We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deliver Phone 2043 Plenty of Parking Space When You BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Call D. C. FREEMAN 32 Years Experience 9 Dul'onl Paints • Imperial Wallpaper I'hone 4291 put 89 cents of our money for it Dad helped a little too. MAMS ttan h *. MJCIMC TWf ATM! MMT tar mry Imtof, CM. t r.M, IB&X. Ark-Mo Power Co. For Expert PR INSCRIPTION SERVICE rhonr 4601 Nichols Drug .. sL. ,.„ A. Sco 11 Alley J SIGN & NEON • SERVICE • • Better Signs { • ricltcr Service £ 80S No. Franklin m. Say It ... \Vilh Flowers THE FLOWER SHOP Glencoe rtuikling Phone 4491 or 2747 iMODERNE ! BEAUTY SHOP • formerly Intie's Beaut; Shop • Mildred Vincent J Marie Rndrr* Fajonnc VVafTlcr Soybeans For Sale State Certified Ogden Soybeans • • • bu, $3.50 (Blue Tag) Burdette 19 Soybeans bu. $3.25 (Improved Arksoy Variety, Red Tag) BURDETTE PLANTATION BURDETTE, ARK. Phone: BlythevllU 782

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