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FAME TON BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 9, 1949 Tax Group Plans RegionalMeeting Mississippi County Leader* to Attend Session in Jonesboro J, L. Gunn, president of the Blytlievllle Chamber of Commerce, and several other businessmen and planters from Mississippi County plan to attend a regional meeting o( the Arkansas Public Expenditure Council In Jonesboro tomorrow noon, it was disclosed today. The meeting will be held In connection with the luncheon session or the. Jonesboro Rotary club and Henry P. Seldemann of Washing- Ion. D. C. will speak. He Is consultant on agriculture for the Commission or Organization for the Executive Branch of the Federal Government. Plans for the Jonesboro meeting tomorrow noon for the First Congressional District In Arkansas, and a similar meeting In Forrest City was announced by R. L. Cralfio of Hot Springs, president of the Arkansas Public Expenditure Council. Mr. Seidemann was a member of Brookhigs Institution working on governmental research until last vear when he joined the "Hoover Commission" to advise on agricultural services In Hie Federal Government. The regional meetings of the Arkansas Public Expenditure Council are being held to present fscts and proposed Improvements In both Arkansas government and the federal government. "Nearly *3,000.000.000 annually can be .saved in the federal government bj' adoption of recoimncmJn- tions contained In reports of the Commission on Organization of Hie Executive Branch." Mr. Craigo suld. Sen. John McClellnn is one of the commissioners who has given so much time to fetlernl government reorganization proposals. "State finances and taxation will also b* discussed at the sessions of the APEC. Organization and lax- payer action are vital If we are to avoid trouble in our state government. "Spendltls 1 by government must b« cured," Mr. Craigo added. APEC Speaker Obituaries Rev. Geo. A. Burr, Retired Minister, Attorney, Dies Hcv. Oeoruc A. Burr, retired Jersey Boss' Political Life Is Threatened JERSEY CITY, N. J., May 9. (/!') —The political life of Frank llugue, a pillar of strength for the Demo- Slcdcjnann DYESS SENIORS South Carolina Minister To Conduct Revival Here Dr. X. H. Naylor, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Columbia. S Car., was to arrive today to open the week-day services of a reviva meeting which started yesterday a trie First Baptist Church. Dr. Naylor Is said to be one the outstanding evangelists ot th Southern Baptist Convention, ant his church In South Carolina is on of the historic spots of lhat area Fred Becker, mlnlsler of musi and education at the First Banlis Church will direct the music, in eluding special presentations of Ih Adult, Youth and Junior Choir The Young Men's Quartet Is schet uled to sing at the services toavgh The revival servies are to include * Sunday School At Night, each erentng »t 7, and morning services lit 7:25 to last 30 minutes, with transportation available lo business people to get to work at 8 a.m. Special buses will be run from the. Tlrst Baptist Church Chapel Mls- «ion on Lilly Street at 6:55 each night. Morning services will begin tomorrow. Continued from Page 1 Engraving, the White House, the Library of Congress, the airport. Christ Church, Washington Monument, Jefferson's Memorial nnd the Smithsonian Institution. A slop will be made nl the Un- Ilcd Slates Naval Academy at Annapolis, Mel., en route lo New York where Ihey will sec a radio nnd television broadcasts in Hndlo City. visit the Gettysburg Battlefield, mid In Elklns. W. Vn.. llicy will be the guests of the High School Student Council nnd attend u party given for the seniors In the Elklns High School. The following night the Dyess seniors will be guests of honor when ilie seniors in Morehcnti. Ky., present their annual class play. Class 1'rojerts Finance Trips They also will visit scenes of Abraham Lincoln's boyhood, and see the home which furnished the inspiration for Stephen Foster's ong. "My Old Kentucky Home. 1 unday, May 22, will be spent In lammoth Cave. A seven-hour In- pectlon of the cave Is planned, and :ie group will have lunch In the afcteria, 207 feet underground. The seniors' trip wns made pos- Ible by various class projects iindcr- aken during the year. These in- hidcd presentation of plays, profits rom publication of the school an- uial, working hi the school's book store, nnd Christmas card nnd hose selling campaigns and other fundraising projects. Class members making the trip included: Mary A. McAfee, Joyce Appllng. Effie Nixon. Doris Anderson. Nellie Ward, Joyce Langdon. Mildred Slielton. Heba Jarkson. Sam- myc Gray, Mary L. Ellis, Virginia Chrcslman. Peggy Harris. Lavadu Nichols, Milton Slansburry. Jullous Darby Bobbye Harris. Herbert Oris- wcll. Jimmy Allen. Billy Union, Don Humphries, and Frances Wallace. West Ridge Seniors To Hear Supervisor John Mayes. county school supervisor of Blytheville, will be the principal speaker at the West Rldgc Commencement exercise* Friday a 8 p.m. Bacculeareate will be tonight will the Rev. Leslie Riherd speaking to the ten graduates. David Cross, son of Mr. and Mrs Emmitt Cross of Osceola was namec by A. A. Norton, superintendent a valedictorian, and Lavclle Gurloy «on of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ourlc of Osceola Is salutatorian. School will be closed a week fron today. State Hospital Inmate Captured after Escape LITTLE ROCK, May 8. IjV) — An inmate \vho broke out of the Arkansas stale Hospital's criminal wnrd was back In custody today after eluding officers for GO hour*. Floyd H. Reed, 19-year-old gun- accused of shooting down three en and pistol whipping another, captured near here yesterday ilhout Incident. Reed escaped from the hospital Inirodny nlghl. He slipped away om guards, slid down a circular e.icnpe atid sneaked off into darkness. minister and member of the NorUi Arkansas Conference of the Methodist Chinch, riled here Sunday In the home ot his daughter, Mrs. Allen 13. Stownrt. 'Hie nev. Mr. Stetf- nrt Is pastor of the First Methodist Church. The Rev. Mi. Burr had been 111 for more tlian a month. He was born in Morsun County, Ohio, Sept. 8, 1803. and fiii'duatcd In 1886 from the National Normal University In Lebanon. Ohio. Me and the late Bishop John M. Moore were classmates and close personal friends until the death of Hlshovi Moore last year. A'ter Ills graduation, he was superintendent of schools at Murray, Ky., where he met nnd married Miss Virginia Hainlhi on Jan. 1, 1890 While he was In Murray, Ky., he wns admitted to the practice of law in the slate of Kentucky. Later he returned to Ohio and was admitted to the practice ot law in that state, ami maintained offices in Cincinnati and Lebanon. Ohio, until 1005. In 1005 he moved to Paragould ami was admitted to practice of the law in tile states of Arkansas and Missouri. lie also was a member of tlie bar of Die Supreme Court of the United Slates In Washington, D. C. During the time he lived In Purn- youkl, he was a member of the First Methodist Church and board of stewards of that church, ami was active In church ami civic affairs. In 1923 he joined the North Arkansas Annual Conference of the Methodist Church. He served as pastor at Salem. Imboden, Marshall, Charleston, Huntington and ARus. In 1Q3G he retired from active service in the Methodist ministry and lias made his home with his daughter since that time. His wife died in January, 1915. He is survived by two sons, Alfred H. Burr of Lincoln. Neb., and Edward Everett Burr of Evanston, 111., and one daughter, Mrs. Allen D Stewart of Blytheville. and by six grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. The funeral services will be helc in Ihc First Methodist Church ii Paragould on 'Hiesdny, at 2:30 p.m The body will lie in slate at the church two hours preceding neral services. Funeral services wil be In charge of Hie Rev. E. B. Wil liams, district superintendent, o Jonesboro. The Cobb Funeral Home or Bly Ihcvllle has charge of funeral ar rangemenl-s and pallbearers, a! Methodist ministers, Include: The Rev. C. C. Burton of Leachvillc. the Rev. Irl Brldcnth.nl of Lcpanto, the llev. S. O. Patty ot Manila, the Rev. Jefferson Sherman of Jonesboro. the Rev. J. J. Decker of Hector, the Rev. Guy C, Ames and the Rev. A. N. Storey, both of Paragould and the Rev. J. W. Moore of Hoxle. The body will lie in state for two hours before the tuncrfil in the First Methodist Church in Paragould. cratlc Party In New Jersey for more Former Blytheville Woman Selected Co-Director of Education Work-Shop han 30 years, hangs la the balance :omorrow. Hague, now 13 and a veteran of nany rough and ready political battles since he first won a place on the city commission In 1813, faces one of the hardest fights In Ills long career In tomorrow's commission election. The ticket headed by his nephew and successor as mayor, Frank Hague Eegei'S, faces a strong challenge in the slate led by a former Hague ward leader, John V. Kenny. If the administration ticket vigorously backed by Hague wins, lie can continue as state Democratic leader and an Important figure in national democratic circles. But—n defeat In his own city probably would ccwt him the state leadership. A recent stale-wide convention of the party was marked by floor discussions of parly policy and other open challenges In HtiKiie's power. More important, however, a defeat would seriously Impair the dinners of the Dcmorratlc candidate, former Congrrsstnrw Elmer H. Wcnc, In the New .Jersey election for governor next November. Since Virginia, the only other slate electing a governor In 1949. usually clioo.sp.s its HO"t nor in the Demo- rallc primary, the fall election Is CKimled as nationally Important. Although tills jlty's oolltlcal cam- jiig-ns are always lively with name nlllng. libel suits anil threats of ibel fliills. this year's campaign lias een even more bitlcr and long Irawn out than usunl. Mrs. Ethel B. Fatrfleld. former member of the faculty of the Blytheville schools and now principal of Peabody School in Little Rock, has been selected lo serve as co- director of a educational work-shop to be conducted this summer In Laurens County at Dublin, Ga., it has been disclosed here, She will serve with Allen C. Smith, educational leader In Georgia, and the workshop will start June 15 and continue through July 24, according to an announcement received here from Little Rock. Mrs. Fairfleld was selected as a representative of Georgia State college for Women, Mlllcdgevlllc, Ga., of which she was a former faculty member, It Is customary for the University System of Georgia and the State Department of Education to plan cooperatively In providing ly 100 teachers, at Dublin. Mrs. Fairfleld has served in Georgia workshops before; also, as one of the consultants In the Dallas, Texas workshop last summer of which Dr. Harry A. Little, superintendent of Little Rock schools, was director. Mrs. Falrlleld was recently elected as secretary to the Little Rock Principals Round Table Club. Mrs. palrfield Is the widow of A. B. Palrfield, who was a business civic leader here. Albert Brown ^airfield, son, continues to make his home in Blytheville with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I 3enton. After the Georgia workshop, Mrs Fairfleld and Albert will be guests of Dr. and Mrs. John J. Bunting of Hoiuiton, Texas. staff for the workshops held over the state. Tlicre will be five staff members with an enrollment of approximate- Burglars Steal $340,000 From Money-Printing Establishment in Paris PARIS. May 8. MV-Eight me: broke into a printing establishment In suburban Futcaiix yesterday an< carried off 112.500.000 francs (about S340,OCO) In money newly printer for the State Bank of Morocco. There were 41 cases of the money in the unguarded plant, but the burglar.s took only nine of them. Each box contained 25.000 500- franc notes. The note. 1 : are not valid in France and police have been alerted to try to stop their exit to Morocco. Negro Deaths Services for Alfred Smith, 56, wi be conducted at 1 p.m. tomorro 1 at Oak Grove Baptist Church b Rev. W. H. Wade. He died Frlda at his home in Hcrmondale, Mo and was survived by his wife Mat tie Smith, four sons and four dau Church Opposes Federal Grants to Parochial Schools Vote to Join CIO Union LITTLE ROCK. May 9. </!>!—Ark- alLsas CIO headquarters said today workers of the Southern Cotton Oil Company here voted 69 to 14 lo ioln the CIO Gas. Coke, and Chemical Workers Union. Tlie vote was taken Friday. Thirteen eligible workers did not cast votes. 20 Drown in Turkey ISTANBUL. Turkey, May 9. lift — Twenty persons drowned yc-stcrdn when a truck plunged into a rive near Bingol in Eastern Turkc press reports said. The dispatch said the vehicle smashed throu: " a bridge railing. Read Courier News Want Ads. Tlie Rev. I,. D. Strubhar. pastor of the First Chrtstinn Church, Mrs. Strubhar and their two sotis, Richard and Burton, returned Saturday from Hot Spring: where they attended sessions of the convention of Christian Churches In Arkansas. The Rev. Mr. SUrubhar leiwrtcd that the convention niopted resolutions commending Gov. Sidney McMath for Ills efforts through state police to enforce Izws against gambling, and endorsing legislation before Congress to provide federal aid for education, bmt at the same time opposing provision which would extend aid lo parochial schools in violation of provisions of the constitution of the United States. The measure, since adoption of the school resoluttmi. won approval in the United States Senate ami jiciw is pending In the House of Representatives. Cojm's of the resolution will be sent > members of the Arkansas delegation in the House and to President Truman. Y.B.M.C. to Meet WILSON, Ark.. May 0. — Boy's night will be held, Tuesday night when the Wilson Young Men's Business Club meets at the Methodist Church Dinner will be served by the w.S.C.S. of the church. IT'S TIME TO WITH SHINE THE $H/f/E THAT 57W37 it has a hard-wax finish GRIFFIN BIACK • BROWN • TAN • OXILOOD hters. The Caston Funeral Home 111 direct burial to the Oak Grove emetery. ! You Art Cordially | Invited to Visit The Say It . . . With Flowers THE FLOWER SHOP Glencoc rJuildinr Phone 1491 or 2747 1 Accessory Shop! • Feminine Apparel^ i J Mabel Hogan Jessie Srite 1 ; Hole) Noble Bldg. ! BlytheviDe, Ark. EXPERT SERVICE Laundry & Dry Cleaning • Cold Storage Furs, Woolens, Blankets and Drapes NU-WA Laundry Cleaners Phone 4474 ATTENTION Soybean Growers! DOHTCHSOY NO. 2 SEED SOYBEANS Re- cleaned, Tested and Tagged. PRICE $2.75 Per Bushel. 1949 Soybean Support Price 90 % Parity. nsurance Official Quits LITTLE ROCK. Mny 9. l.-ri—Ark- nsn.s Insurance Commissioner J Herbert Grave. 1 ! today announced lie re.stgnation of James R. Harper casually rating supervisor for he State Insurance Department. Harper left the post to become general manager of the Southwest Casualty Insurance Company M ?*ayettcvlUe, HLs successor has ncu been named. Bible Class Sponsors Family Night Meeting WILSON. Ark . May fl. — Tlie Yorinj Artult Bible Class of the Wilson Melhodist Church is sponsor- Ing Family Night. Wednesday at 6:50 p.m. at the church with potluck dinner. It is a family affair. Mrs. W. E. Hughes Dies in Pocahontas Punrrnl services wore cojuJurltc this ndernoon for Mrs. Sally Browr Hughes, widow of Dr. W, F. Hughes nf F'ocahontn.s, by the Rev. W, J. ! Spicer, nt the First Methodist. Church there. Mrs. Hughes, 78. was the* mother oT Joe T. Hughes n [ Blytheville nnd Stepmother of W. 'L. Hughes, also of Blytheville. She died nt her homo in Poc- nhontn.s ye.sterday morning, nftcr a brief illness. She wns born In Miir- V. Ky. Her .survivors Include the two sons of Blytheville, both of whom are Pocnhonias lodny to attend the rimer a! services, two other sons Dick and John Hughes of Porn- hontn.v. a daughter, Mrs, Mntt Dai- ton or Pacfthontns nnd ft daughter in Columbia. Ohio, nine grandchildren, and six great grandchildren. Burin) tvfi.s lo be in thr Masonic Cemetery in Pocahonlas under the direction of the Me N abb Funeral Home. of Durocher Held on Theft Charge NEW YORK. May 9. Wt—Fred Boy.sun was arrested in a Manhattan courtroom on a handbag theft charge today .shortly after he withdrew n .summons accm.sing MnnnRCM" Leo nm'orher or the* New Yorl: Giants of simple iissnnU. The eotnphu'nnnL identified herself H.S Alnry Ry;in. Negro registered nur.se. Boysen, « Brooklyn baseball fun who accused Duroclwr of knocking him down after a Dodder-Giant game April 28, was ordered to re- j inn in in the courtroom while a complaint wsus drawn up against him. WASHES WHITER, BRIGHTER I Saves Vs on Soap NEW Box Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday & Sunday Sal.-Sun. 1 p.m. Conl. Showing Manila, Ark. Shows EVER* NIGHT Produce more soybeans per acre by planting Dortchsoy No. t, highest yielder in 1948 yield contest Seed For Sale By BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORPORATION 1800 West Main I'hone 856-857 Last '1'inie Today "FIGHTER SQUADRON" with Edmund O'Rricn and Kolierl Stnck Also Shorts Tuesday "HIDEOUT" with A [Irian BonlU and Lloyd Bridges Also Shorts RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (All Types Eiccpl Cancer) DRS. NIES & NIES Clinic 514 Main. Blytherille. Ark Phone I9Z1 flcad Courier Nc\vs Want Ads. Read Courier News Want Ads. Mrs. FDR Re-Elected LAKE SUCCESS, May 5. ul'i— Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt \vns reelected president of the U. N. Commission on Human Rights today. Dial 4261 Box Office Opens at 1:00 Show Starts at 1:30 l^ast Time Today "THE UNFAITHFUL" Ann Sheridan Lew Ayres Zacharj Scott Shorts & Serial, Ch.plw 11 of "BRUCE GENTRY Tuesday "JINX MONEY" Gvrecy and The Bower? Bo Serial: Chapter 11 of "BRUCE GENTRY" INSTALL HEW PISTON RINGS IN YOUR CAR *SAVE GAS ~«* OIL *MORE PEP «~t POWER *SMOOTH, NEW MOTOR Operation *LONG LIFE ' ; SULLIVAN-NELSON Chevrolet Co. 301 West Walnut . 57S Full Stock 12-Ft. Armstrong LINOLEUM By the Roll And in Sizes 12x12,12x15 Armstrong LINOLEUM RUGS Hubbard & Son Furniture Theme 110!) Ulvlhevill 1946 Ford Super Deluxe V-8 Tudor with Radio, Heater & Lots of Other Extras $1145.00 Kinningham Motor Co. Steele, Mo. Phone 201 D.P.L. No. 15 COTTON SEED Delintcd, Treated And Sacked 85% Germination 1 Vear from Station A TON OR A CARLOAD Also Good ALFALFA HAY For Sale Mogers & Gill Dell Ark. Phone V1.1 \ Have At All Times For Sale. several tractors and equipment I both new and used 1 have Jobfl| Deere, FarmalL Ford and nth makes I now have new Fo tractnrs anil equipment rcad> tori delivery at dealers price I witll trade Tor most anything yoc| have- Terms can tw arranged. See F. C. CROWE I mile south at BraCKatltK'-lu. Hoi SHEET METAL WORK Duel ivork, blowpipes, giiller ... all tyjies. For expert work call Taylor l.ayton, 828. 11^ Nortli First. Blytheville Tin Shop 1 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickasawbo ^WIFTS PREMIUM ] BRANDED BEEF OR ANY iMODERNE ! BEAUTY SHOP I formerly lone'* Beauty Shop ' .Mildred Vincent J Marie Roctcr? Fiyonnc tt'afllcr !..„_. ................. EXCAVATION We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Defiver Phone 2043 Plenty of Parking Space When You BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Call D. C. FREEMAN 32 Years Experience 0 Dul'onl Paints • imperial Wallpaper 1'hone 4291 S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. • (Pkonz 3646'a*d2S15 THE GRAMS COMPANY \\\ \i iot\> Real l>tdtr OSCLOLX Phone 521 jn IHIMU Phone 30751 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: Blytheville 782

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