BLYTHEVILLE' .)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 3,1046 HombostelTo Live In Carville Settles Down Neor ; ,Uper Colony To Be Near Stricken Wife * ^ . QARVILLE, La, June 3. (UP)— Major Hans Hornbostel, who tugged at "America's heartstrings, but lost M> buttle to live with his stricken •Me at the leper colony here, today took up residence In Carville. Although not allowed to reside at the colony, the 65-year-old for•«• mining engineer can s/jnd it but 12 hours daily with the mate who shared with him the bilter horror of Japanese war confinement. '•* "I'm Just going to live here quietly »nd be near Gertrude," Hornbostel said today. "I'll visit her ns much as the rules penult, But I don't" want any more publicity." The Hornbostcls and eight other leper patients from the West Coast •Vriyed here last night from San Francisco. He said he would not make fur tber attempts to get permission to move into the hospital. ,But the first visiting hours of Major and Mrs- Hornbostel will be spent In reading hundreds of sympathetic and encouraging letters from all over the nation. 5 They hav e been accumulating at the tiny postofdce here for severs! weeks since Hornbostel first made his unsuccessful appeal .to high government arid'military officials foi permission to remain at the side o his wife" who contracted the dreaded-disease at Santo Tomas Prison Camp in the Philippines. Hospital authorities sadly scpara ted the couple upon their arriva because- there are no facilities fo non.-patiehts at the pleasant littl' colony' with its moss-bearded oak and beautiful lawns. . Dr. G. H. Faget. medical office in "charge of the U. S. health dc partment institution, pointed out that relatives or patients had been living in the town of Carviile since the establishment of the hospital in 1894. ' "They may spend the greater share of each day visiting at the hospital," he said. "This Is a touching case. But we have a limit to facilities. The disease has nothing to do with the situation." Stanley Stein, editor of the hospital paper, The Carville Monthly JStar, said thnt all the patients sympathized with the Hornbostfls, but that his request was impractical. "Naturally we sympathize," Stein said. "But we can't house the relatives of all our 310 patients. So H bbus.'dowri to a matter of special privileges lor Major Hornbostel. ThafwouMn't.-be fair for the rest tit oiir people.' Lewis Signs Contract—Coal Strike Over John L. Lewis, UMW president, shakes hands with President Truman following the signing of a soft coal contract In Washington. Watching the occasion with delight is Secretary of the Interior J. A. Krug. In the left background is Vice Admiral Ben Moreell. deputy Coal Administrator and In the right background Is UMW Vice-President John O'Leary. (NBA Telcphoto.) Over 300 Persons Met Violent Death In Holiday Traffic. More; than 300 persons met violent ile'ath during the four-day Meinorlril Day weekend. At least 128 persons were killed in traffic accidents as bad weather added hazards on most of the nation's highways. Eighty-one persons drowned. Ninety-two died from other causes. Traffic fatalities showed sharp Increase over war-time Memorial holidays of 1943-45, rnd It was estimated that the total number of persons killed would Gt[ual or surpass the toll of 1942, :hc last Memorial Day that mo- :orlsls were out in great numbers. Deaths from all causes during the 1043 Memorial Day holiday totaled 350. Take Pity On Senators' Week Established By Ottoman By FRKDKRICK C. OT1IMAN United Press Stuff Correspondent WASHINGTON, June 3. (UP) — riiis is Take - Pily - on - Senators Week. They're knocking themselves out. Arguing by clny and by night. Not getting enough sleep. Coming to work with pink rims around their eyes. The bald ones arc n little balder than they were in January; the gray ones a little grayer nml thB worst is yet to come. If you've sot any kindness in your bones, you'll not needle your senator during tho Joyous niontli of June. The poor guy's got his own troubles. That's because or what is known How men under a strain like this can do a good Job, I do not know. I do know that they're killing themselves." Several senators have died this session. Sen. Albcn W. Bnrklcy o( Ky., the majority leader who must hold his temper no matter what, had a siege with his eyes. Ren. Robert P. Wagner of N. Y. was critically ill for weeks. Senate President Kenneth McKcllnr of Tcnn. has been In and out of the hospital. (At this writing he was slumped in the presidential chair, conserving his strength for more gavel-pounding). Sen. John H. Bankhcad of Ala. Lawrence Judge Gets Ruling on Deputies LITTLE ROCK, June 3. (UP) — One person cannot hold two county rficcs at the same time, Atty. Gen iuy Williams ruled in answer to letter from D. Leonard Lingo, ounty judge from Walnut Ridge. The judge ashed if the same per- could hold the ixwltions of nnd deputy as fiscal 1018. I don't know how currently is seriously ill. Sp is Sen. Congress managed to get out of Josliih W. Bailey of N. C. step with the calendar, but ns far I Adjournment still Is a mirage, as it's concerned, this year ends sncli as imitnllzcs prospectors lost on Sunday, June 30. The ing day, Monday, July \, follow- | on the Mojave Desert. July 15 seems , , , will be to be the best guess for the Scnalc 1941 and If the government's books shutting shop, but it's only n guess .Two Newport Men, After Year, Seek to Clear Record of Guilty Pleas NEWPORT, Ark., June 3. (UP) — In" an unusual legal move two Newport, Ark., men have filed petitions in circuit court seeking to withdraw'pleas ..of guilty made nearly a : nko . and' asking Tor , who pleaded circuit And aren't cleaned up by then, It'll be too bad. The Senate's got to do something about the OPA, or there won't be any OPA. It must extend President Truman's war powers, or his hands will be lied. It must ivclopt some kind of draft law, or Selective Service will be no more. This is barely the beginning. Thn Senate's got to spend some money in multi-billion dollar gobs before this month ends, or the War, Navy, Interior, Justice and Commerce Departments won't be able to moot their payrolls. I have been talking to a weary Senate functionary. He's so tired he's beginning to see double. I'd name him, only he's ft friend of mine and if lie were lo criticize any of his 96 bosses out loud, he'd looking for another job. Maybe he will be anyway. He doesn't know low much longer he can take It. "Not even during the war did the Senate labor like this," he said. squinting att.a dozen or so exhausijed Kvuuakers nnd it still means no rest for the weary. Most of the lawmakers have not to go home and start kissing babies. elected They all want to be re- In November so they can come back here in ^January for p.n- other slcgc of the same. Why, I would not know, unless .(and I say this In all sincerity) they get some deep satisfaction from the feeling they arc working for thcii country. This must be it; they ccr tainly don't get time uiul a hal for overtime. 'jStaie Read Courier News Want Ads. ITCHING <tf PIMPLES L BLACKHEADS 41* to mi MILtlONB SKIN SUCCESS OINTMENT cputy tax collector ircull clerk. Williams said the State Constl- utlon provides "that no hall hold or perform the duties of The National safety Council estimated that 329 would be killed In traffic accidents during the four diiys. These figures Include persons "^" -«*«• ~«*j " who die later ns a result of in- Smith Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown entertained the Osccola-Luxora-Blylhc- vllle Bridge Club with a supper Tuesday night. Miss Frances Held Bowcn was a guest. In the bridge games, Mrs. W. C. Mason and Dwlght Blnckwood held high scores. Mis. T. P. Hudson had as her guest for the week-end her nephew, Ben Lindsay, a student at Mississippi State College, Starkville. Mrs Hudson accompanied Mr. Lindsay to his home In Woodland, Miss., and returned home Thursday. Miss Frances Held liowcii, mathematics teacher In the IBlythcvllIc , High School, has returned home for ' the Summer. Mrs. Avis Crawford lett Wednesday for Arkadelphia, Ark., where she will enter Ouachita College for the Summer terms. Fifteen, members of the Home Economics Club were guests of Miss Christine Calveit for the week-end at the Home Economics cottage. Mr. .and Mrs. D. M. Moore of New York City visited Mrs. S. J. wih 'ClftVa Davis. Although the marriage of cousins iioiici. a avs. i s forbidden in many countries, Sotly ifciio' Mllflln was (he some j>rimltive_ tribes^ prefcr_cou- Miss Virginia Uowen at | sn"marria"~ge~and even Insist on it, s,' Tuesday and Wed- according to thu Encyclopedia ml-. Uannica. Need a 24-hr. Service TAXI!! Coll Bonded and' Insured 968 Juries dents, received in holiday the Council said. acci- In Pennsylvania, 35 jjcrsqns were killed in the four-day period. Thirteen died In traffic' accidents and an equal number drowned. Nine died of other causes. California had the second highest number of deaths. Thirty-two persons were killed there, 11 in truffle accidents, eli;ht by drowning and 13 from other "causes. Now York had 22 deaths in- chiding five autdmobile fatalities, person ync d rown i,,|r anc j seven suicides. lore than one office in the same department of the government at ic same time." He said both of- Ices listed by Lingo are in the ixecutlve department of the State Government. Tennessee Man Heads Powerful Committee WASHINGTON, June 3. (UP) — Sen. Kenneth McKcllar, D., Tenn., was appointed chairman of the Appropriations Committee yesterday late Sen. Carter relieved of the the Post Offices to succeed the Class. D., Va. McKcllar was chairmanship of Michigan had 11 and Ohio hatf 15. Mrs. Frankie Franklin of Mos- :ow, Tenn.. visited her sister, Mrs. Sue Brown, and brother, Grover Driver, and Mrs. Driver, this week. Mrs. Hascal H. Hart, Mrs. Macon Thornton, Mrs. Ralph Young and daughter, Macon Pay, all of Brownsville, Tenn., were guests Wednesday of Mis. C. B. Wood Jr.- Charles Benton Wood III returned home from Blytheville Fri- Bill Wunderlich and Post Roads Committee and Sen. Dennis Chavez, D., N. M., was named chairman. ' Read Courier News Want AtJa. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION On Mny 25, 1948, letters of administration npon the estate of George P. Smith, deceased, were granted to the undersigned, MARGARET DEEN SMITH, whose address is 101 East Ash Street. BlytheviUc, Arkansas. ' All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit the same to the administratrix, properly authenticated, within six months from Vie date of the first publication of this notice or they will be forever barred and precluded from any benefits In such estate. Dated this 25th day of Mny, 1946. MARGARET DEEN SMITH Executrix. Reid, Evrard & Koy Attorneys for Executrix. 5|27-G13-10 A WELL KNOWN NAME, ia St. Joseph. It's the name millions look to for highest qimlily in aspirin. Fast action, dqwudability and purity make St. Joseph ft. name to trust. Nono finer. Gut St. Joseph Aspirin, world's largest seller ut lOc. Suva even tnoro on tho 100 tablet size, 35c. We Hove Moved! Riales Land Co. Now Located in . The Hale Building .Across from City Hall Call or see RUSSELL K. RIALES if you have a Farm for Siile or Trade in Northeast -Arkansas or Southeast Missouri. FOR SALE Fresh River On I fish. Special prices to Cafes and fish fries. Cafe and large orders delivered. MACK'S FISH MARKET Phone 673 Osceola, Ark. TAYLCH SAND AND GRAVEL CO. Producers of River Washed Sand and Gravel Special Sand for Concrete Blocks YOUR ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY WE CAN DELIVER Office and I'lant Located at North End of Bushy Avenue on River Phone 753 Caruthersville, Mo. ed on tlie leatnei sofas in, thcjf clojW Toom Tl]is cpi^ yprsa.tioii took pi ice on Situruaj the senators-ihad been qn the jab Until 1 ilm the nikht before wor ^•yihg with labor legislation "So most of em hart a few hour-i it"j>f the ,«•-— — -id •*>?'*: cMlHStaep **-<«'4»fc «*» tied copy of the picas of guilty. Beyenue department rules provide revocation of beer and liquor i«r- •rtts for places that permit gambling. .Circuit Judge S. M. Bone Is out Of the state so no immediate action on the petitions is' exi>cctcd. had to get lo their offices at 8:30 a.m. to dig themselves out from their mail (have a heart, constituents). They answered letters until 10. when most of 'cm had to go to committees and at noon they had to come here to the chamber. , FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. v At ft. Webb Hwy. fil at Stale Line I'hon: Blylheville 714 V*o* Jit* ' „*«-"- Courier Newi want TEN FINGERS ARE NOT ENOUGH to relievo dry itchy scalp, but 3'PU can get real relief with Morolitie Hair Tonic. Ilclpa removcloos^cianclruITflakes. WMOLINE HAIR TONIC Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. r.TJ). Berrtm We Dettrer Anywhere Fh. Ml Mrm. J. M. (MM) WUiUnv, •wner Gkne*e BU«. i * rVC befo' e ' m •jj e vef v . «A\JC! ravel- eo" Baby Chicks $1.00 lo SI '2 .00 per 1M. 3 days to 4 weeks old— At Start Feeds and Supplies. WANTED Ear and iheUed Corn— All grades. One bmhel »ji - Oats - Wheat - Baricy - Alralfa Hay and Poul«<T •( a4I kinds, fay lop market 1 Elevator Feed Store N. 4tfc Brcadway at RR Cross! n Jr J. FfcU, Mgr. FURNITURE Of course, we don't get all we could sell, but as wo get It our ix>llcy will be first come, first served. Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 East Main Phone 2302 All our Employees are War Veterans. =-''^r-.isssr-**• >" di t i «s»*" wi °' "»«"«»"£ £^'*° voluH .tI^^-'-::; 1 serA" ° nd ° VC " C:> ^ vc of bTt> och ? w mcn«- . , oflVcei- 10. <*? C on 3-y« ar C " = ««-«**»<>*« V» !ter Cfe^Ss^r^ «*"" ^SiW* tin>C ' ~~ -' the P IC — _...tpTI Sctfe e ' ,ecrf.s<- W i*i» ! i r" l»- fe 1 Yes, there will be some new tractors this year. We don't know just how many; but we are sure there won't be enough for everybody. That's why we're suggesting that you give us a list of the parts you need for your old tractor, just in case you're not able to buy a new one. You v can't lose, you know . . . any money you spend for parts will. ,booM your trade-in value., DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPAMY BlythrrilU, Ark. •cCQBMICK-DEEBIHS MACHINES, PARTS MQ SERVICE i<«^>lS^^ &** » 0 ^gS^^^ \^ ^^^ i" w •*«"«'*»"•• -.A <*A°^'SS". lot •r^&®^^>*~-^- ^&£?~~*~^ - l^ssss^rSU* ~^z3S2&3& \» i SC^- lli't W""^^'*" 1 , ^"V s^s c30t '«SP k M«n )h f ^. -,a Cl p t iv»'- - _ . • M , jj^r^ 7439 60.75 »1« ^ ft En//st Now »st U.S. Army y Any Army K Room 305, Federal Building Joncsboro, Ark. ,.^D?
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