The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1949 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 12, 1949
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THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARKJ COUIUER NEWS ?AGE THKEE McMath Urges River Project Governor Requests Congress Clear Way For Development 1 Work ^' WASHINGTON, May 12. w, _ Governor Sidney McMuth of Arkansas asked yc.sterday thut Congress clear the way for development of the Arkansas River. Testifying' before thp House Public Works Committee, McMath said "We no alms. We sock no s olal privileges. We ask only equity— an even break In the development of our resources." With a group of Arknusaiu and Oklaliomam. McMath a.sked Ihe committee to approve removal ol nu appropriation barrier which now has the effect of holding up the development program Congress approved for the ArkartKius River three years ago. When It approved the multi-mil lion dollar program in 1945, Congress imposed H $55,000,000 celling on the appropriation authori/.atioi Asks Higher Celling "We must raise IMC celling of nu thorization in order to proceed will orderly construction of this projec which Is so cssentml to our eco nomic growth and our full con tributlon to the nation's prodac tivity," McMath said. 'We have abundant resources bu their use Is sharply limited by hig A^ cost. We must have wa ^ler transport to Iiolri our own I competition with waler-.sei-ved area bidding for tlie same markets." Rep. Pickett <D-Tex> nskerf Me Math "Whore are we going to g the money?" McMath replied there should b room for some reduction in g eminent cost.s and "where the re duction comes up Is up to you gci: tlemen." C. Ha mil ton Moses, p resl den t ( the Arkansas Power and Light Co urged the development progra particularly the construction power dams. "The utility people In the soutl west want these dams built, at the power they produce filled in an Integrated program." Neert Advance Kntiwledgc Because of the great need for power in the area, Moses said, the private utilities must know several years in advance what generating facilities will be available. He .said private utilities In the Manila R.F.D. %oute Changes Are Approved Rural ix>utc expansion has been >proved for the two route.s .servic- Maniln, Mrs. Eva C. Teague, ostnvaster, announced today, and ic extended routes will be served winning Monday. Mr.s .Teufiiie announced that the xlensions were the result of effor .. f the Manila Lions Club to have third mute iitlded for IvfHiiila, hut iial ixxir loads have prevented the ppvovnl of the third route . The extensions will acid 15 miles 3 the routes operated out of M-i- lla. Under the changed routing loute One will serve residents akmi* State Highway 17. nil the territory low being served by both route. 5 nsl and southeast of Big Lake nnc hat part, of the present routes eas nicl northeast of Manila. Route Two will serve Brown Spur klilltpan Ridge, and will not cros. he lake at any time. It Is bcllevi-i :)iat several people will uiave their . ..,.,, nail boxes to get closer service. "1" .Booster typhoid shots nt while still others will be forced Ui nove their boxes across the roart 'rom present locations to compiy with traffic regulations. Mrs. Tcagiie said that the Lions Club committee working for Ihe third route was headed by C. \V. ripton and A. E. McCulley. U. of A. Wins Suit For Insurance in 5-Year-Old Case LITTLE UOCK, May 12—M>)_ Jnlverstty of Arkansas won a $3,285 jury settlement yesterday to compensate for hospital and medical expenses Incurred following n major auto accident involving members of he college athletic department In 1944. Judgement was against tlie State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance company. The accident, on liiulnvay 71. near Pnyetteville, cost the life of Everett Norris. athletic instructor at the university, and seriously injured Louis "Deno" Nichols and Ben Jones, college basketball players. State Fnrm Mutual Auto Insurance Company was insurer for AD Calllson, owner of the car which collided with a university vehicle. Church Women Conduct Clinic At Health Unit Ten HOB™ children were exam ncd at the Well Child Conference \nd clinic conducted ye.'.tcrduy it the North Mississippi County Icaltli Unit. According to Mrs. Freeman lioutn- ion, chairman of the lUythcville Council of Church Women's project, five of the 10 examined were Health Staff Arranges Typhoid Shots for Pupils Students nl Dell school- wll] re- the school tomorrow. Mrs. Annabel Pill North Mississippi County heultl announced today. The immunization program wil itart at 9 a.m. Mrs. E. O. Ambrose ,'linic nurse, will give the shot. 1 since Mrs. pill will be out of town Hearing is Delayed Hearing for Cletus M. Bolton on charge of driving while under the influence of liquor was continued until Monday In Municipal Court this morning. Bond was set at S50. In other action Tom Morgan and A. B. Smith each forfeited $2.50 cash bonds on a charge of overparking in H 10-inlnutc parking zone. and Spa Man Is Elected Rotary District Head LITTLE HOCK, May 12. (/!') — Cecil K. Uaync of ll<>| Springs lias been elected president of the DIs- Irlct No. 138. notary International. He succeeds J. w, Hull of Russell- vlllc. Morpan Beaity. radio news com- mentiilor ami former Little nock mirt Rul Smith Newspaperman, spoke nl a banquet mrelUiu of the Hotarluns here night. found to need surgeons' cure lospltnllatlon, The clinic Is one of (he two In be conducted by the women ot the First Methodist Church. The second clinic will be for white children. One crippled child wns referred lo (he leaders of a Crippled Children's Clinic to be conducted May 2ti ivt the. Christian Church, and three others were found to have nutritional deficiencies. Care of indigent children through the Well Child Conference has been accepted a.s a project by (he Council of Church Women, and at nn executive board meeting earlier 'his week a schedule for the five churches represented in tlie Council was prepared. The Lake Street Methodist Church will have churge of (hi- clinics during July. Missco Schoolmasters Hold Meeting in Dell Apprortmntely .superintendcnt.s 50 principals ami from Mississippi area hope to purchase the power From the government dams. I( they cannot, he said, they will proceed with their own expansion program. The private utilities, he said, believe that If there is prosperity in the area 'we will get our share." In an.swcr to a que.stion, Mosc.s said he doesn't favor an Arkansas Valley Authority, adding "We dor.'t need it." A statement by Senator Kerr (D- Okla> siipsKirting tlie legislation to raise the ceiling was presented by Don McBride. a secretary. Kerr said the development program is necc.ssary to halt depletion of soil resources in the valley. Charters Are Issued To Arkansas Firms L1TTLL ROCK. May 12. r/l'i— The Secretary of State today issued charters to: Arkansas ncvcragc Corp.. Fort Smith, with authorized capital stock of 250 shares valued at $100 each and Ernest J. Mendel, O. L. Grant and W. B. Fitch, all of Tort Smith, incorporators. Economy Houses. Inc.. Hot Springs, with authorized capital of 250 shares valued $100 each and T. H. and Dorothy Cleveland and oe Rosenbloom, all of Hot Springs. icorpoi ators. BlytheYille Shrine Club lans Fish Fry in Park A fish fry is planned for tomor- ow night in Walker Park by mem- ers of the Blytheville Shrine Club, , was announced today by Louie K. saacs, secretary of the club. The ihrlncrs will meet at 6:15 p.m. Mr. saacs said that visitors were ex- iccteri from clubs in Caruthcrsvllle ind Sikeslou in Missouri, and from Lepanto, Osceola and possibly Mo- ictte in Arkansas. Shriners who are members of other clubs or temples ft'ill be welcome, he announced. Farm Granaries with PLUS Values'. Let us show you superior features of construction and design ibund only in this product of America's oldest grain bin manufacturer , . . the original designer of steel bins. >5ore for your money from roof to bottom. Afore swedges for greater strength . . . extra corrugation for rugged service ... 32-inch wide weather-tight door. Every part is galvanized, inrttiding the ragged door \rame. I:asy to erect. Weather- Tight .., Fire-Sale . . . Rat-Pcoof ... Government Approved. Last 15 to 30 years. The choice of grain growers for half 2 century. Come in and see for yourself. (10,491 PAUL BYRUM LMPLEMENT CO. 122 East Main I'hoiie 4404 TRUMAN Continued from County mulched wit.s nnd skills la.s nighl In a series of panies nnd con- at Ihe annuiil "Schoolmaster PlnynlRhr. nt the Dell ilfcJi Seliool gymnasium. The play nlislil closed ncllvltte.s of the orsaulwillon until next .September. when Uie group meet.s (or an election meeting In lilyl'nevtlle. The program was dlreclVd by Ml Po.sey Cook, head of the physical cducnllon department at Wilson Along; with Ihe game.s and con- lesls ,a group of four boys and fcnn gills from the Wilson school danced the Virginia Reel nnd the Square Dance in an exhibllloii dance. The was served in 'lie Dili-drill 1 School O.ifcleita liy Hie faculty Indies, a.ssislcd by Mrs, C. F. Tompkins. Time tor Evangelistic Services is Advanced Ei'nnnell.sdc .service* will be eon- lucli'd tonight nt 7 p.m.. Iho l!ev. f.. O. Drown, pnslor of the First Chureh, announced today. The evening services of the revival at the First Tlauttsl Church were moved forward so that the vlces would be out In time for (lie church goers to attend (he Music Festival at the High School ndium tonight. Mrs. P. L. Tlplou. former choir director of the First ISaptlst Church, l present special music at the services tonight. A capacity crowd attended the service last night lo hear ]}r. R K. Nuylor's message on "Uealh." Prior to Ihe message • IVie Junlfir Choir; coui|>osed of 57 members ami direi'tcd by l'r«t Ilecker, sang evan- K< l lislle choruses und quoted scripture verses. A total of 12H were, at lite Kiindiiy-SclicKit-nt Nlglil. which piea-edcd last night's .services. 18.76; short load 18.66; 250-300 Ibs 17.50-1800; 140-170 Ibs 11.25-18.60; 100-130 Ib pigs scarce, odd lots H.50- 17.00; mostly J500 H|); good sows •ICQ II) down 15.60-10.75; over 400 Ills 13.76-16.25; slngjs 11.60-13.60. Cattle 1,600; calves 1,100; generally about steady with Wednesday's clow on imall lupply of c»tt!e; on* load average good etc«r> 2450; odd lots medium to choice quality light replacement «t«r« 22.0024.26; (jood cows 19.BO-2030; common and medium beef COWE 17. M- 19.50; canners and cutteri 14.0017.00. Ohifuaries Authority on Wildlife Addresses Wilson Group WILSON 1 , Ark., May 12. </p>—Toii Mull of Liltlc Rock, educational director of the Arkansas Fisli nnt •amc Com mission, was g aker at the Fnther-Son Banquet XHisoreci by the Wilson Business Men's Club, Tuvsday night at Lh Methodist, Church. Mr. Mull's talk on "Wildlife U Arkansas" was illustrated by a film color, on "Quails." Approxlninlely 65 members and guests attended. conversation. Then a reported nsked If he wns tliinklng of a purge. "I'm not Interested Ui a purRC," the Prcsldcnl asserted. He nililod tlint the .people will tnkc care of that, 1,ABOH Mr. Truinun .sul(i hn still stands for full repeal of the TnfL-IInrtlcy Act. He said he had not discussed concession with lubcn' lenders niul that J)is own position Is well kntnvn. Throughout the presidential c-ain- mlgu last fiill, and since, the Presi- lent hns called for repeat of the vhole Taft-Hartley Act and rcstora- ion of the old WaRner labor law vlth mlnoi revisions. He was asked about reiJtn'is thai abor lenders have agreed to srmic concessions on n new luljor bill In order to RRl repeal of the prcwenL iOW. He Paid specifically tlml he did not talk about concessions yester- cli\\ r durins u t-onfernnre with President William Green of the American Federation nf I^bor. BKRLIN President Truman said he is happy over the end of the IlerlSn blockade, and Is encouraged over the Attends Spa Conference Mrs. Annabel l-'ill. North Mississippi county lU-ulMi nnuse left today for Hot Spvliif-s lo attend n i-lal cancer nursing conference nnd .study. Sho was nccoinpunlecl hy hiT son, jiihn Hryiuu Fill, and ihey will .spend the \veok-t-nd in Little Hock with reliith-cs. Man Killed by Tractor STUTTGART, Ark.. Mny. 12. f/r>_ CariY)! Hollanuer, aB. rice plnntcr died .shortly nfior he fell bi?ni';ilh a tractor on his funn near iu'ie yr.s- ler<Jnv. Surrivors Incluck; his wffp and two chlldL'cti. Mrs. Frank McDonald Dies; Funeral Saturday Funeral .service* for Mr.s. Alice rlloni'lrt. 07, will be conducted al pin, Saturday Hi Potter's Ceiue- iv In l.c|)iini<i by ll»> Rev Mr k'he;iL'd, pastor of the l''lrst llap- llst Church at Lrrmnto. Mi-.s. Mrl\>mild. widow of rYiuik McDonald, who died ulxmt scvrn \'i'»rs a«o. died nl her lu^ne this nornmg aller a shoj't llhics.s. She is survived by Iwo daughters, Mr.s. Minnie IV'nder.sholt of Leiichvlllc and Mrs, Kllle 'nirner of C'uiuden: n son. Willie Rimer McDonald of I.opiMito; three brothers, ,U'.s.sle, Alunl of Siu'ttls. Mls.s., autl Harry null .hilin Aliarl of rorlngevllle Mo.; and four .sisters, Mr.s. Lilly llevtiw of Flint. Mich.. Mrs. Maude llimlvnn of llraBKiulcclo. MIL. Mr.s Mullle I'nd^ell. of Torlngevllli Mrs Miu'.cle Smtth of Scnrcy. '1'iu 1 Cobb Funerul Home ol tbevlllc is in charge ol an nicnts. "Old at 40,50,60?" — Man, You're Crazy Korsel >o IteVVi'iS ' tun.lunrL • and Illy- Livestock inlernalinnal oullook. His I'cuiarks were hi response n refiucst for conuucnt on the him ade lifting. Asked whether he Ilimiprht it was nn encournghiR note In the world intion. he said yes, he did. NATIONAI, STOCJKYAHD.S. Ill Muy 1'J—M'l—(USOA)—Unss O.SIIO iiunkrl nctl\'e; \vrlKlits lf!0 U).s tl| duly :v> higher thnn WcilncKdny' uvpruKP: spots \ip more: ll^lUer wet ftjifs and sou's .sN'iuU' lo W Inilk Kiiod nnd ehotec 1HO-2-10 IB.fiO lo mostly in.'lfi; pnudlcul U)|> Its Vacation Time TOURS "TAILOR MADE" (i> suit your desires . . . PERSONALLY CONDUCTED OR INDEPENDENT TOURS 'I Day Havana Air Cruise 9 Day Hiivium-Mlnml Beach ., !l Day Knslrin Wonderland i) IJny Kn.stern Ciumclii-Sui:uc!iwy lllvcr K Hay Colorado llockles 7 l)i«y Colorado Uurkles i:i Day Hagm'miy River 1-1 Day Cilllfnl nla mltl Houihwc'St II) Day Canadian Roc'kles Banff Lake It! Day Cirand Western Circle •JO Day Western Canada-Alaska II) Day Canadian HoL-klcs. Ciillfornta-Urand Canyon I•! IJny Manner Tour $156.65 $218.13 $151.10 $211.50 $148.30 $138.50 $217.60 $258.15 $371.92 $351.25 $480.70 $310.34 $301.32 Plume or Write 1'or Information and Itescrvation "No Service Charge, Of Course" WALTER WARD TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 8;�� Fulls !«%., nleinphiM, Tcnti. l>li. 37-1 KM HOC!Kit WAU1). J Klrby Bros. Drug Slore Negro Deaths Mineral services for Tempie Hinton, 4G, will be conducted Sunday at 11 auji. in the Nehcmiah Temple by Rev. Minor Jones. Burial will be in the Burton Spurr Cemetery. She died in the home of her mot'iycr in Trenton. Tenn.. Tuesday. She is survived by her mother. Martha Holmon of Trenton, her husband, REV. French ie Hiuton, and two children ol Blytheville; three ters and one brother. Now She Shops "Cash and Carry Without Painful Backach* When dlsonicrofkMnej-funclI dlsonic poisonoun matte mnycauscrnKKinubno, • eg rnins. losa of pep anil energy, «L>UJHK u]> nightu, swelling, punint-ss unilcr tlic CJUH. heailnchcs nnd dirzinr ss. rreiiuent or BCJinty r^s=nco3 with amartmB anil burninn oomc- tlmc3 shows there is something wrotitf with your kidneys or hla-Mcr. Don't waitl Ask your tlniRsist for Donn'fl TLHa. n stimulant diu, l>y mllliocis for over GO ycnm. Doan'K jfivo hapjiy rclfcf nnd will help the IB miles at SIS- I Ki''nerluhesnuahout|toiiionoumwMl«f«ini t Jour blood. Ckt "Joan's New FRIGIDAIRE Electric Range With all these features! 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Saves lilting, reaching, (orrying clolhei. Ho slorms, too! or broken (lolhn- lines lo worr/ ahouT. Ntw Frtjldair* Eltctrk Iroiw Sil down to Iron and do K bttlir, casiir, orxi in holf th* Unit of hand Ironing. Op*n- >nd roll, lull 30 tann and lag-proof, talcK lorgt-slze ta- bletlolin Knily. Hat Motlc Foot ControL George Appliance Co. Luxora, Ark. ,Mnnl llrnifus . . . Wear lliatrtnnrls 206-08 W. Main >^!»S*B!S«I«!S«PS^WW^W'

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