The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 27, 1949
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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1D19 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE TJV» 67 Cripples Get Clinical Attention Volunteers Aid Specialist's from <w Two Stute Agencies More than 30 volunteer workers from lllvtheville nssistnd officials <if the Pviblic Welfare. Child Welfare, and the Crippled Children 1 .-; Division of ihe State Hoard of Health. in (he clinic conducted ve.sterday at the First Christian Church. A total of 07 crippled children wns examined. The clinic was m-.ui- a«ed by Mrs. Annabel Fill. North Mississippi County health nurse, and Mrs, Jim Crafton, rcui-stcrecl nurse. Mrs, Norman IJmich and Mrs. C C. Denton compiled the records on results of the clinic, while interviewing was done bv A. L. Hell, assist director of the Cripiil'fl Children'-. Division, Mr.s, George Fnvati, Civile welfare worker. Mrs. E O. Ambrose clinic nurse, and Mrs Harry Millc Jr.. South .Mississippi County healtl ni'rse. All orthopedic- examinations wer cntulvictcd by Dr. Vcrunn Newmai of Little Rock. Miss Clara Thome of Marion. Dr. W.C. Robinson ' liMIe Rock and Mrs. Lillian Tr'r of Parnt?onkl. Dr. F, II. Grrcu-Jey u'.'t< in charpe of pediatrics, antl Mr.s Jhnmic Sanders, local volunteer registered nurse, assisted him. Locals Volunteers Assist Mrs. A. H. nrwd and Mrs. R. E Van Hooscr were in charge of j^-essinp rooms: and the following ^binntcer workers assisted in routine patients: Mrs. J. C. Droke.'Mr.s. c:. G. Redman. Mrs. Sam Godwin. Mrs. J. P. GaiTolt. Mr.s. W. S. Johnston, Mrs. James Terry, and Mrs. Marvin Lane. Mr.s, Harriett Sullivan and Miss Emma Aycock registered the patients. Lunch was served by the Women's Council of the First Christian Church, with Mrs, Freeman Robinson, chairman. Other workers included Mrs. C. A. Taut. Mrs. A. H Wetenkamp, Mrs. R. L. Dedman. Mrs. John McHanev. Mrs. Kric Whitley. and Mrs. Albert Tuvlor. The food was turuished' bv the Mississippi County Chapter of the Asscoialion for the Croppled. R. JJ Association for the Crippled. H. H habilitatimi on the fimlinss, and a Mr. Hickerson of Little Rock- was a brace man for the clinic with Hugh Elliott, also of Little Rock doing the photography. Mis Sarah Barnes, of hie Dennrlment o; Pi-bHc Welfare, was orthoncdic consultant nur'i!. and Miss Verna Hancock. Rlnte HeiOtli Department rep vesentative assisted her. Registration r omorrow for School Si: TWIN ANI» MOTIIliK—Mrs. William Rakcslraw (seated) ri [lorlc'd in Louisville, Ky., (Mat lier son, Edward Wesley Kurtz (IcIU, w: one of the Siamese twins born to her 1-1 years »yo. Edward survived 01 cration which severed bodies of twins. The other twin, a boy. died. Twl were thiee months old nt time of operation. Edward apparently suffered no ill effects from opci,ilion and plays on athletic, teams at Junior high school. (AP Wircphoto.l Children planning to attend Ihe Jiilly Vacation Bible School nt Ihe First Methodist Chinch, should res- sler between 8 and 8:30 a.m. to- IOITOW. Mrs. William \Vyall, ill- eetor niinouncfrt today. Afier coinplctliiK rcgUlrntion the hlldrcn will participate In Hie l>a- ade betns sponsored by the niv- ville Mlnislerla! Alliance, which vlll be composed of Ihe children of II churches starting their Bible chools, Monday, mid various other with orKaiilinllons. Tlie clnsfe.'i for the Bible School vlll open at 8:30 Monday, and will •xt n nd through June 10. Mrs, Wyatt salt) that Ihe school YDS for those between the aces of four nnd 14 nud would Include* ktu- dcrearteii. primary, junior nnrt Intermediate department.*. The faculty amlRiied to the various departments includes: Klnder- enrlen—Mrs. Robert Hopi>er, and Mrs J. C. Droke; Primary—Mrs. rilnt Caldwell. Mr.s. Earl N»ll. Mrs. Winford Wyalt, Mrs. Toler Buchanan; Junior—Mrs. H. O. Jackson. Attention Is Called To 'Fine Print' in U. of A. Hospital Lease LITTLE ROCK. May 27. M>»—The Rites in RusseJ/vr'J.'e For Mrs. Tom Simpson Double-Killing Suspect To Go on Trial.June 20 YELLV1LLE. Ark. May 27. (,ri — Kenneth D. spccgle, AWOL. soldier two counLs of first Mrs. Elbcrt Johnson and Mrs. ^^. Edwards: Intermcdlnlc—Mrs Al tied Williams. Mr.s. Fi-ed Stetulimin nnd Mrs. Jolm Miles Miller. The young people, who will assist, include: Jackie Kites. Nnnc. 1 , Hamilton, PaLsy Pope. Billy Jackson. Jerry Jo Lewis. Jo Rny Price Bo'oby MeDaniel, Charle.s McDaniel Cal Oo-sjett, Jimmy Gos-sett am Betty Arney. I1KAI1S 1'IIAKMACY SCHOOL — Dr. Wiley Un llnrlc, president o the ColleRO of the O/.ark.s lu Clarks vlllo, hns announced Ihe iip|Kilnt iienl of Dr. ICennelli Hrtiinun L tcnn of Hie college's School t Minniincy. Dr. llcdman succeeds J. llarpi Albillton, who resigned to enli nislness. Dr. llcdmun. u native .shinKlon, obtained his bnchcU of science decree In pharmacy froi the University of Washington Scuttle, and served on the faciil of the North Dakota Collci-.c Pliarmncy. He obtained his Ph. degree In pharmacy from the Un verslty of Wisconsin. rkansus Democrat today ,uggc.sU'd V i»u ..uun..-. «i ..•« ,at Little Rock city official* "read ".'P™ """; tl( f' wl " 8° °<< ''"1 <" ' circuit cottrt here June 20. The date was set by Judge Cartier Fraser at a hearing here lotiay The court will appoint an attorney le fine print" ol Iheir contract ith the University of Arkansas u-flical -school. The newspaper .said tlic 1039 lease which me city turned over uni- er.sity hospilul to Ihe medical chooj leaves the mailer of renewal trictly (•'' the medical school. Mayor Sam Warfdl has informed I . . he universily that Little Rock ' w ° u » n «< vould not it-new Ihe lease unlvss County and North Little Rock contribute money to hell) pay or the care of charity patients. Until') 1 the Icrnis of Ihe pre.vut case. Liltlc Rock contributes S3ITO i month for care of indigent pa- tient.s, while Hie county and North Little Rock contribute nothing. represent Speegle. Speeple is accused of kllllns St-'te Patrolman S. V Pavatt and Zue E. Crook, retired railroad man. near Yellville hist September. Paviilt was fatally by a shot fired from Crook's mountain cabin. EISLER Launch Anti-Vice Drive MEMPHIS, Mnv 27. l-Tj — Police arrested ei^ht cab drivers and three women here yesterdiiy in one of the bi^esr. anti-vice drives in recent .vcar.s. The H faced cliau;e.s of soliciting Seven Teen-Aqers Held for Slaying Moment of Silence At UN Meetings Asked LAKE SUCCESS. May 27. </T>— _Secretary-Oeneral Tryffve Lie. pro- iwsed today the United Nations General Assembly open future sessions with one minutes of silence devoted to prayer, mediation or remembrance of those .vho have died In U.N. service. He said this proposal would go Iwfore ft special committee oil pro- edure of the assembly. The period of silence would come t the opening meeting of an as- embly and at .such other meetings the assembly may decide. Since the United Nations com- irlscs every religion, creed and sect n the world." Lie told a news con- 'crence. "It would not be possible to ntroriuce a public or spoken proy- Funeral M-rvice.s for Mrs. To: Simpson. 70. of Riisscllvillc. mo;I 1 nr of Mrs. Wooflrnw Wilder. 13! West Ash Street, Blytheville, '-vi'i crndncteri ye.sLt-rd'.'y al tho Fir- Baptist Church in Russcllvillc by '.V Rev W. B. Speed. Burial was i RuFsellville. i Mrs. Simpson died ai her home [ in RnssellviJle Wednesday. She wii.s i a native ol Arkansas and a member i of the Baptist Church. In addition j to Mr?. Wilder -she is survived by i five other daitghlers, two sister.- and five brothers. i and disorderly court toriav. coi-.ducl in city iieari courier New= Want Ads NEW YOPK. May 27. MM—Seven teen-age members of a stick-ball team called "the rockels" were arrested e^rly today in the gang sU'viuo of a rival ball player. Police snid the seven ambushed T'ddy R-qirra. 17. a member of "The Lmhtnings" stick-ball team on a dark Bronx street Wednesday iiiaht. beat him and then fut stubbed him. Trouble between the teams begun Wednesday at a stick-ball game—a form of baseball played with broomsticks and rubber balls—when a bal balled by a "rocket" player hit ( "lightning" member In the face, po i lice snid. cr which could satisfy nil tenets and give offense to none." Wins Spelling Crown WASHINGTON, May 27. </T)— Kim Calvin. 13, Canton. O.. today n the 22nd annual National Spelling Bee. Runner-up was James Shea, 13, Brooklyn, N. Y. Continued from Pane 1 rjepartinent said It had no Inlen lion of letting her depart voluntarily. JShorlly after her husband fled the U. S.. Mrs. Elsler wns arrested and sent to Ellis island. She bus been nt liberty under ball in n deportation procoeduur that hud been pendliiR for snmc time. In London, the squat mlld-ap- pearhiK little man, about, whom had whirled nn International lem- iwsl. heard the Judgment stolidly at first, lie solemnly shook hands with the policemen who had Runrd- ed him. But, when r.onvt was dismissed nnd he was n ' - mini, he broke Into a jubilant smile. "I wasn't worried," lie saUl. "I feel fine, 'I nm ttoliiK to Germany as quickly ns possible. I nm very Blurt the American reactionaries hnvc been defeated nnd I hope they will be defeated many times more." Elseler hns been offered a professorship In the University of I.clp- zlj,. In the Soviet Zone of Germany. Presumably that Is where he Is go luc. After almost two hours of nruu- mcul In Bow Street Court^-the only Britisli Court, which can deal with crVrndltion cases—Magistrate Sir Latirenrc Dunne rejected the American demand. He said the United States failed to prove that the fugitive Communist had been convicted of an' extraditable offense. The United States had contended that Elsler'n conviction of falsifl- s perjury, . M. Stratton, Memphis usinessman. Dies at 68 MKMl'UIS. Tenu., May 37. (/I 1 ) — e.slle M. Blmlton, Sr., iM-yonr-old minder and wholesale hardware .nn piv.slilenl, died ut Melliodlsl !aspltitl here last nl^lit. lie lutd Uct-n 111 for some lime. Strnttou. active In Methodist uiul l\k- \vork here for years, wns •resident of Ihe llospllal's liourd I Trustees, lie had helped build wo Methodist hospitals, one of vhlch Is now a veterans hospital. He was iircsldent (if llio Sliat- on-SVarrcn Hardware Co. and ho vas a past prt'sldi'iii of llu- Na- mii! \\') H/U'<h\'an ¥ ni-nlri.s' •siu'liitloii and ol the HuHtluiii Wlmlc.siiU^ H-'rdWLire. Jobber.s' Asso- Inllon. In lOIH Slralton helped Clarence Snundi-rs expand the newly-or^a- ilwd I'luiily-WlRKly Or.u-crv Klores, Inc.. and bcciunc vice president ol Ihe firm. In 1D28 lie and i> purliu-i Imui'hl 51 I'lsRly Wlsiily store; toi 50tin(K), Inter .si-llliiK them Hlrul- tnn was biu-ii In Lebanon, Tcnn,, Ir Ifl'll Tlie Ilimnclcr starled as i lu-w.sboy at the anc of nhu', Al 1 hi» bi-came n pane boy in the UnUci States Senate. The li-rm "aputliecurv" Is used Ihe Unllt'd Rlate.s, .Scotland 111 Ktirniio to mcau druuulsl. Inn It iis^d in I'liiMlnnri l<i mctoi phys'cl: exlnidlliilile olfi'llse In Britain. 101s- lei - 's coiuisel declared he svas n pull- tlciil re[ui/ee. untl not extriutilublc The court held tlml Klsloi"'s offense wns not the flame as perjurv. and lh:it he could not be, exlrnt'llrn for the offense he had committed. Klsler's other conviction »• f l"r •'willful and deliberate" reltisnl to be .s\vorii and lesllf^' lu-rore ihe House Un-Amcrlcan ActivH'Ics Com- Signs Sales Tax Bill WASHINGTON. May 27. <A") — President Truman today signed a bill setting up a two per cent sales tax in the nation's capital. „ ^.....^. .. ^ u .... uu . u .. ~ The tan probably will go into ef-1 cation of passport Information waf feet Aug. 10. 'tantamount to perjury, which Is nt Hrain surgery was made possible by ihe discoveries of Pasteur and Lister nnd dates back only aboul 50 years. WHITEST WHITE SHOE POLISH OH EARTH / ', You Are Cordially \ Invited to Visit The i Accessory Shop i We Need Your Cooperation Our ever-increasing volume in every department of our business makes H necessary that we ask you to phone your dry cleaning orders in as early as possible in order that we may serve you with Better Cleaning In Only 8 Hours Alterations Dye Work Fur Storage Hat Cleaning Air Conditioned for You r Comfort | Feminine Apparel • ' { Mabel Hogan Jessie Srite j ! Hotel Noble Bldg. | J lilytheville. Ark. J • i HUDSON CLEANER •trttt«vfll«, A*. TAILOR CLOTHIER You can afford a dream ki!c!ien-No;v! 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