The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 2, 1947
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTIIEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Cotton Growers Eye Sales Abroad Director of National Council Discusses Expanded Markets MFMPH1S. Tciin., May 2. (UP) ^—ftcad Dunn. Jr., director of liie National Cotton Cotm:U's foreign trkbe division, said lodny that tlie codncil pliuis to enlarge considerably tlie economic research »ncl public relations activities of Jiis division. Speaking before Hie annual con• yeiition of the American Cotton Sh'ippcrs Associalion. Dunn said ty,e new movie contemplates loiiij aiiij short term projects to stimulate foreign trade. Among the steps to be taken, Diihn said, will be a compilation (jy countries of current statistics ijn international rotlon movement!!. There is no up-to-date list at nrc- se_nt. The council and the New York Cotton Exchange arc working mi a rooperative program now. Dunn added that a permanent economic research staff \vill bn set i'p i]i the near future to handle this of the pros;ram. ^ iji addition, he snlrl, the council will implement its ne\v public relations plan through international conferences. During ihc coining yeir such a conference is scheduled with Canadian spinners and manufacturers on promotion ]x>sxiWU- lics, Similar steps wil! be taken with Mexico, too, in an effort, to increase the market for cotton. /'Increased cotton consumption in any part of the world naturally means greater world markets," Dunn said. "I am convinced that the United States will gel. its 'share of any nc'.v markets which are,, stimulated through research and promotion." FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1947 Charged With Thefts | or hlstaminc ccphnlgla. "It's the most i>aintul headache known to medical science," lie said. -It's too complicated to describe briefly, bul I can say that not much is known about It." It's only one of about 150 kind's of headaches with which i:in«i-r.i man is afflicted, he added, and the exact cause for most of them is not known. Horlon said nervous pension and inlgralnp arc the most common typc.s of headaches—but no lie.vl- iiclic is a disease in itself. Aim;>sl all apparently result from a physical iiilniciit. but the connection with the two is obscure, he .vaid. 'Headaches rrsf.ll directly from tlie constriction and distension ol blood vessels in the head, with too much blood flowing into the veins and arteries In the brain. The cause of this Eiction usually is a mystery, however, he said. He ndde ( i thai nervous tensio.i headaches seldom occur while the person actually is lense. FiKliUri: men, for example, don't usually de! velep headaches until they start to relax, and the xeins c expand, TiishiiiK blood to the head. That's why, he said, fattier is more likely to con-plain after clinching a business deal. Bull Shoals Dam Near Cotter to Cost 22 Millions I.I'I'JiK KCCK, Ark., May 2. (UJ'J — U. S. District Engineers here today were considering a $22,- 140,-lK) bid on the Bull Shoals dam project, submitted ymtcrdsiy by the C^urk Dam Constructors ot Houston. Texas. 'I he Texas firm's bid was the lowest of two submitted, Executive OltictT Lt. Col. Kenneth Jl. Newton icpjricd. 'I he mill Shoals project, situated on the \Vliitel Hivcr seven miles mirth of Colter, Ark., will be 2,'J4 1 J lee", in lenath, 273 Icet high, and will have a flood storage space o! 2,o;.:),tcn acres. An estimalaed 2,- ICl/CJt! yards of concrete wiii be necessary to complete the dam. Karl J. Eisenbardt. second from rifjhl, and Edward H-owder. Jr., right, arc released from tlie Oklalioma City jail on bond of S10.C33 on eliuriiP.s of theft and possession of government surplus properly. Detective at left is unidentified. (NEA Telcphoto.) Fast Living Tempo Increases Varieties of Headaches to 750 Sentenced to Die lilTTLE .ROCK. Ark,, May 2. OJP)— A death sentence loiJuy faced a 23-year-old Nc^ro, Cnbio 'l<ee Johnson, following a Pulaski Circuit Court Jitry ruling yesterday. Johnson pleaded guilty to tli« charges of beating to death ;ui- o^hcr Negro, \Vatclitnniv llcuvy •WHUams, last Jan. 10 . I1Y CLAlIti: COX - Unti'd Tress Slafi Currt'spnnilt'iit ' CHICAGO. May 2. — Throhhintf temples of (lie nut ion are giving nicdifal scicJict* a lu'adiichf?, Di'. 'Kay:u\l T. Jir.rtou :mid today. 'Nearly rvcryoue has lieadtichos, 'Morton r.aicl. Some persons suffer 'more ilian others .lie added, but .slatiattc-i shew Hint 24 per cent of all iih.seiUceisin from work Is causcii by headaches, The number of persons who com- rlain of pL'rLudic: -nsiin above the ears is constantly iticio^shif;, ton, as the p:u'c of livinj.', grows more RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. If the bid taken under consider-in connection with violation "I li>» ly held Alf llenloy of IMrl atlon yesterday gains approval oliLindberg Kidnaping i/.m. Officers ,{ j:iisoncr until they reached Mol- thc U. S. District Engineers In said EaUn and two companions,! Ll ;, o!-:la. Liltlu Rock, It will be forwarded' who later syerc captured. aUeged- to Washington,, D. C., for further consideration. Engineer Dies LITTLE ROCK. Ark., May 2. (Ul 1 ) Final rites were held at 3 p.m. today for M. 7,. Bair, 60, who died in a Booneville hospital yesterday after n lengthy illness. Hiiir was a former chief engineer i lor the Arkansas State Board of. Health, and was a mcml>cr of Ihd Arkansas Professional Engineers and the Little Rock Engineers Clu'J. I Kidnap Suspect Caught GYPSUM, Colo., May 2. (UP> — Ctis ICiiton, 24-year-old suspect in the kidnaping and robbery of a. Foil Smith, Ark., liquor dealcv,: was held here today. I The FBI said Eaton was wanted Cominri to the LUX THEATRE LUXORA, ARKANSAS Monday and Tuesday, May 5 & 6 WHEN A GIRL WON'T 60 TO HER MOTHER- hectic, he said. And yet, he said, medical science knows more about many rarer ailments that it does about the sledgehammers that ]xmnd the cranium. [ Morton himself lias suffered from 1 a few headaches in his IS years of rosp.nrch at the Mayo Clinic Rochester. Minn., where he is a medical consultant. 03ul. he also has given ache, to the world. In ItMl a headache was named' j after him. It is a complicated ail- • nenl. known as llorton's Disease. Friday and Saturday "VALLEY of FEAR" With Johnny Muck Brown Cartoon ami Serial "Federal Operator "37" SATUItDAY OWL SHOW "National Barn Dance" wllh ,Ioc Kelly, l.ul.u Hello ,t Scully head- anil Kntire Nutiinml Bavn Dance. 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