The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 19, 1949
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Emphasis is Placed on Youth In Planning '49 District Fair; 4-H and FFA to Have Exhibits The Northeast Aikai'.sas District Fair Is not Just for the veteran farmers, since many of the activities are directed toward the younger farmers of this area. September 22 lias been set as the judging date for most of the youth ictivities and they are scheduled to be shown with special demonstrations from S:30 a,m. to 2:30 p.m, | Each of the 21 counties in the First Agricultural District of Arkan- ] sas will submit entries in seven different ullages ol young-farmer and young-homemaker divisions. Six from each county will be 'J. B. Lambert Day' Observed in Helena ible to compete in the re- i-fcw. Mississlpp' County's entrants A'ill be selected at a f-'-nty review between now and fair time. HELENA. Ark.. Aug. 19 Each county can enter one team ! Helena observed J. B. Lambert Day in the dairy production demonstra- j here yesterday. lion, one in the dairy foods dem- | Officially, the occasion was a Diistration. one in rice foods dem- | meeting of the Arkansas-Mississip- jnsuations. and one in the tractor j |>i Bricipe Commission, but the driving contest. j whole affair wns largely a testl- J| Ten entries from each county j »«oi»al to the Helena man who "may enter the livestock judging, heads the Arkansas Highway Com- atid 10 more the dairy judging ™l*'ion. Now, he also heads the two-state brirtjje commission, having been elected at yesterday's meeting. And last nipht. a large barbecue was an out-and-out testimonial to Lambert. He was presented a life time contests. II is planned that all the youth activities be centered '" -the new woman's building, now under construction at the fair grounds. The dress review will feature school dresses, party dresses, piny; memberslTin' in the East Arkansas clothes and house dresses. All Young Men's Club and otherwise awards will be H ivided into the honored. blue ribbpn. red ribbon, or while QOV. Sid McMath joined in pay- ribbon groups, and all entries will j na i )im i,.] ou i ei spying: receive a cash prize in one of the j -Next to having Phillips County three groups. Blue ribbon prizes | Ko for me in the election, Lambert's are S5. red ribbon prizes S3 and | acceptance of the highway commls- •white ribbon prizes. S2. , 51011 chairmanship was the best Keith J. Bilbrey. county agent In thing that happened to me." North Mississippi County, is in j charge of the 4-H department, as • Nearly Nude Blonde general superintendent, bvt work- u u ' T „. •y'^«" r ing with him are: E. E. Chandler. ~ assistant county agent. Mrs. Gertrude B. Holiman, home demonstration agent, and extension workers i ty blonde—nurie except for white Conferees Willing To Agree on List Of Flood Projects WASHINGTON. Aug. 19-I/1',_A list of projects on which House conferees, deadlocked with Senate conferees on Army civil functions appropriations, ate willing to agree was announced yesterday by Chairman Cannon (D-Mol of the House Appropriations Committee. The list included: Hivers and harbors— Iowa — Missouri Hiver, Kansas City to Sioux City, $2.000,000. Missouri — Missouri River. Kan- fas city to mouth, $2.260,000. Flood control— Bull Shoals Reservoir, Ark., and Mo., $12,177,500. Kansas — Pall nlver Reservoir, S250,000; Kanapolis Reservoir, S2ia,- 000: Kansas city, Mo., and Kansas, S5.000.0CO; Missouri River agricultural levees, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska, $5,952,100. Missouri — Charlton River. S100.- 000; Cicarwater Reservoir, $00,000; East Poplar Bluff and poplar Bluff, $85,000; Perry County Levee Districts. 1, 2 and 3, $144,100. Norfork Reservoir. Ark. and Mo. $744.100; Red River levees and bank stabilization below Denison Dam, Ark., Texas, and La., $520,900; west of MorrJIton. $505.300. PAGE FIVB Holts Traffic in Boston BOSTON. Aug. 19. I API—A pret- Compony Rejects Offer By CIO Steelworkers Police Capture Last of Five Girl Escapees TEXARKANA, Ark., Aug. 19. l,p) —The last two fugitives of the riot- inspired break at the Arkansas Girls Training School Sunday were in Jni! here today. Juanita Hall, 16. Texarkana. and Edith Ross. 15. England, were arrested, on a downtown street last nlchl by Texarkana, Ark., police. During a riot by two teen-age inmates, drunk on rubbing alcohol sneaked from the Infirmary, five Bills fled the institution 16'miles [southwest of Little Hock. ! Two were recaptured Monday and • a third returned voluntarily Wednesday. | Two invcsligafons of the ,j ot I and break, one by officials of Saline County, in which ttii> <=cii TO i s located, and one by the school's 'ard of control, are underway. Brallnrs Cl.ilninl LITTLE "OCK. Aug. 19. (,1> ( _ The Arkansas Gazette .salii today hat inmates at the Arkansas Girls Training School have been whipped his year. The paper said it had so learned hini'Th interviews with nine in- nrdes hi Ihe presence ol Mis. Panly Goodman, school sujierinten- from South Mississippi County. Freeman Robinson is directing exh. -its of the Future Farmers nf America. Booths will be prepared by- this group and prizes ranging from ST5 to S25 will he Riven on attractiveness of booth, educational valve, quality of products, exhibit of shop work or sewing and cooking. panties- stopped traffic at Beacon Street and Massachusetts Avenue. Horn-; sounded and motorists whistled Then Traffic Officer Joseph Ahearn took her to the Back Bay Police Sntion. There she explained—after much Young Practical Joker Victim oi Own Scheme t' VEL CERRITO. Calif.. Aug. 19. fAPJ—The gan Peter Treadav, ay. 15. was .shewing his pal, Ronald I MacDonald, wasn't loaded. i But white Peter'5 back was turned, youne Ronald slipped a bullet ; into the .22 caliber rifle. [ 'Then th? practical joker gave the j fun. back to Peter and asked, "Is it j loaded?" s. j "No," said Peter and pulled the \ trigger to show him. ' The bulls: tore through Ronald's ' stomach. His condition Is serious. j - I hat her name was ( country. Bi isicl McHu^li of Cambridge, daughter of a Massachusetts Insti- •u'etute of Technology student. She was hustled home — some dls- Ur.ce from the scene of her traffic LITTLE ROCK. Arg. 19. OTp — The Reynolds Metals Cnmpnny bns rejected a new offer by the CIO United .StceUvorkers to settle the strike o[ 1.600 employes at Reynold's Arkansas plants. Herbert Jarrett. company negotiator, said last nisht the union volunteered to settle cost Issues j through an agreement by both par ties Lo accept the wafzc and "fringe is*ue" patterti established by the national steel industry, if non-economic issues M'ould be settled by loral nepotiaUnn, Reynolds said company rejection involved the issue of whether strong union can enforce a nnitorm pattern on ail industries within it* . jurisdiction in all sections of the Oh, yt-s. her age— five years old. Her mother said she'd done it ninny times before, KEYS MADE For any kltid of Jock. Locks opened and repaired. SPECK'S LOCK SHOP 303 IV. Jlain. I'hone 987 Behind Johns Foul Hall 50 Killed and 62 Injured In Turkish Earthquake j ISTANBUL, Turkey, An?. 19. : fAP)—Fifty persons were killed and i from 62 to 73 \vere injured in the | earthquake which shook Eastern j Turkey Wednesday night, official i sources said today. The casualties i occurred In the provinces of Bingo!, Erzurutn and Erzincan. Livestock loss was reported high. IF YOU LIKE THE BEST TRY NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS I'hone 4474 Vacations Last Longer ... There's o way lo stretch vocations and holiday* — yet be back on lime. And that's to lake plenty of snapshols of each outing . . . then you'll have lots lo show and "live over" later on. Stop in now for two or three rolls of Kodak Film for your camera ... it makes your picture taking siro- pie and sure. For best results from each shot, bring your exposed ro'lls of film to us for prompt, careful developing and printing. ,„ Guard's Jewelry Store Doctor Claims One Injection of Drug Cured Coed of Poliomyelitis Attack COLUMBUS. O., Aug. 19. («— Mary Lou Barnes, stricken a week aeo by an ailment which her physician said he diagnosed as poliomyelitis, was back in class at Ohio State University today. Her rapid recovery began after the physician administered one injection of a drug. "She Is feeling very good," paid! Mrs. Laura Barnes, mother of the 19-year-old sophomore. The doctor, who asked that his name be withheld, insisted that Mary Lou's Illness was polio. Her right side from lier hip to her toes became stiff and numb', he explained, and motion of the right was affected; also there were other i symptoms. i But whether the drug caused her recovery—well, he said, that could not be stated positively. The fact remains, he declared, that she dirt recover, and anyone can draw their own conclusions. A spokesman for the American Medical Assrclation said in Chicago that he had no knowledge of any drug thai world prevent polio or affect Its course. The National Foundation for In- faulile Paralysis shared the AMA vie\s point. Officials of the foundation said in New York 'hat about half the people who get polio recover completely. This fact, they added, makes it almost Impossible to determine the effect of any drug ,f it was used on only one or a few people. dent. It quoted the girls as attributing the whippings to a head million, who Mrs ouclman said was dus- chadrKCd about three weeks ago. X-rays tell " undetected internal conditions in metals and other materials by the aiiRlcs at v-'ilch they emerge. A new apparatus for which measurement of ang 1 : and intensities of these Invisible emerging ray? makes of a Gelger counter mounted on a graduated arc. Methodist sW ant Negroes Allowed at Assembly FAYETF.V1LLE. Ark.. Au*. 19. (AP)—Delegates to the Methodist Young People's leadership conference on Ml. Scquoyah have asked th::t qualified Negro youths be allowed to attetui future conferences as debates. A resolution said that "In a lew instances" qunllilcd Negroc.s In the eiMht-slale .south central jurisdiction hive not been accepted at past j conference., because of Srquoyah regulations. The resolution a-.kert that the board ol trustees of the assembly ground* allow Negroes at future conferences Such a move would be "in keeping with the general policy of Mie Methodist Church." the resolution said. Jack Dempsey Turns To Movie Production NEW YORK. Aug. 19. <AP)— Jack Dcinps.-y has gone Into the motion picture production business. United announced yesterday the former world heavyweight boxinp champion, In partnership wiih Hirry M. Popkln and Samuel 11. Sticlcl. has formed Popkin- Stii'tcl-Dompsey productions. Dempsey will personally supervise the production ol at least one mo- lion picture a year. United Artists said. A major American sport will be the theme of the Dempsey pictures. It is estimated that 100.000 species of plants would virtually disappear if there were no bees. OWN *EXCLUSJVE SELF-D-FROSTER SYSTEM PUTS AN END TO MANUAL DEFROSTING | Refrigerator automatically turns itself off- then, after the defrost period, automatically turns itielf on again! 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