The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 30, 1949
Page 7
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TUESDAY, AUGUST SO, 1949 Faculty Members Meeting Called Pre-School Conference To Be Two-Doy Event Starting Thursday Teaching staffs from the 16 schools in the Blytheville School System will begin the fall term, Thursday, wth a pre-school conference, when new Icachers will be introduced to returning faculty members. The conference will open at 10 a.m. and morning and afternoon sessions will be conducted on Thu- rstiay and Friday. During the first session VV B Nicholson, superintendent' of schools, will outline the goals of the school year; Miss Minnie Foster Yarbro School principal will review "Cotton In My Sack;" and Miss Mice Marie Ross, first grade teacher at Varbro and a speech .^specialist student, will discuss Speech problems. Garland Beavers, director of Hie Audio Visual service of the state Department of Education will discuss visual aid; Miss Rosa Hardy supervisor of junior and senior hiph .schools will speak on the subject "What Are We;" and Dran S. white-side, elementary rural School supervisor, with the State Department of Education will discuss Arkansas' instructional program, durng the Thursday afternoon session. Board Chairman to Speuk Max B. Reid, president of the Blytheville Board of Education, will open the Friday morning session at 10 a.m. with a discussion of public relations In connection with schools. Following his discusson A. B. We- therlngton, director of school finance, with the state Department of Education will discuss "Pupil Accounting," and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, supervisor for elementary schools in the Blytheville system will speak- on the local record "problems. The final session will get underway at 2 p.m., and will be broken down into three divisions. Elementary teachers will meet at the Junior high school auditorium; junior high and senior high teachers in the senior high school auditorium: and Negro teachers will convene at Harrison Higl) School, at 1 p.m. Registration for junior high and ^elementary students will begin at |I6:3Q Monday morning. With the Courts Chancery: Ernest L. George vs Elbcrta Bolin George, suit for divorce. Kelly E. Glover vs. Ruth Edith Glover, suit for divorce. Ella Lynch vs. Harvey A. Lynch, suit for divorce. Circuit: Alberta Galloway vs. Dixie Hot- tiers. Inc.. et al, suit for »1,000. Common pleas: H.H. O'Neal vs. Robert Fisher, suit to collecf$4I8.89, on account. Cecil Crawford vs. St. Louis, San Francisco Railway Company, suit to collect $1,000 damage caused by accident. BLYTHEVILLE (ASK.) COURIER NBWt MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE-The plant held by Bride Mo ^weeney, assistant 1o the horticultm is! at the New York Botanical ni.'i . ' S known as lll « strophanthus p reusi i. This may mean mil* to you at first glance, bul it could mean very much to suf- eiei s jrom arthritis and rheumatic fever. Blooms from plants ol this family, scientists have discovered, can be used to produce cortisone, a synthesized hormone found to be very useful in tin treatment of those diseases Allergic Wives Protest Court Ruling That Rash Not Grounds for Divorce LOS ANGELES, Aug. 30. </P) — Because he ruled that a woman's rash is no ground for divorce, Superior Judge Ray P. Brockman is getting more fan mall than a movie queen. A month ago, [he judge denied Mrs. Joyce C. Holdridge, 27, a divorce on her plea: "I would break out in a rash from head to toe every time I was near him." The judge's ruling has been haunting him ever, since. He said yesterday he had received hundreds of letters, most of them from women who claim they are allergic to their husbands. They urge the judge to reconsider, some of the missives are about as friendly as a dentist's drill. But Judge Brockman had at least one person on his side. The letter writer described himself as a "mere man" an offered the following advice: "Take each of your women plaintiffs for divorce and suggest a 60 day cooling off period, during which time she is to do a better job of homemaking, such as good old fashioned housecleaning. cook bigger and better meals, try her own hand at the laundry, don't send, but take the kids to Sunday school and Church, get up early, work all day and stay out of the local saloons. "Say, judge," the mere man con tinued, "if you were to do this y know what would happen? The women would break out in a ra.< right in court. It Isn't their liu bands they are allergic to; it what he exacts them to do to car their keep." The husband in the "allergy vorce case" complicated matter He is Nolan H. Holdridge, 26. San Francisco watchmaker, in cross complaint for divorce charged Mrs. Holdridge with beii a wife In name only. Judge Brockman will hear t case later. Legion Delegates Take Philadelphia with a Ban PH1LALELFHIA, Aug 30 (API- Some of the degelates to the Amer lean Legion's 31st national oonvei lion have started an undergroun movement—bul loud. Many of the Legionnaires brou'h firecrackers to Philadelphia to ad to the festive atmosphere. Fo awhile they appeared content t light the nnisemakers in the streets Sunday, the boys discovered firecracker exploded in the Broa Street subway makes a lot mor noise than one out In the open. Since then things have reall been booming. •LAMOUt WOMAN'S HOMI COMPANION COSMOPOLITAN OI$OUI$| to* CURRENT COSTUMIJ Rhythm Step'* CHIFFON SUEDE delicately irrapped, or inviting (tie breezes with bore-bach and peep-toes. MORE than just beautiful shoes... _ Three invisible rhythm (reads Cushion «very step Family Shoe Store Phone 2313 Betatron, New Cancer Weapon, Goes Info Action CHICAGO. Auj. M. (*)_A po. erful weapon against cancer went Inlo action yesterday. H U a M,000.000-volt betatron. giant »uper-x ray machine situated in a large special basement loom at the University oJ Illinois research hospital. The first patient to receive treatment was Pordyce M. Hotchlcisj 72 of Chicago, a retired Railway 'express employe, who has a cancer of the larynx, Newsmen watched throueh a l>eephole In the thick wall as Hotchklss was placed In position and the betatron took up ItTrine tratlng hum. After hb treatment Hotchkla said, "I didn't feel it »' Dr. Roger A. Harvey at ll le University's Radiology Department said that, -.Ithough the betatron CKII deliver up to 11 times more energy than any x-ray equipment now in Use for medical treatment Pilot of Small Plane Mines School but Winds Up at Teacher't Door SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 30. (AP)— Ernest Galuido, a student pilot, missed school by a city block and went calling, instead, on t Uacher. He knocked her front door In with his airplane. G*lindo, 33, was soloing over San Jc« Sunday when his motor went dead. He picki'd the Roosevelt Junior High School yard for a lorced tandltif but overshot. His light monoplane went through Miss Ethel Boyd's front ricor. The teacher was In the rear of the house and escaped Injury. Gallnclo has head woundi. MacKenzie Continued from Pate 6 re and free enterprise which keeps the world turning. It's i], e spirit on which great nations have been built. When sturdy souls slop The advantages of the betatron he said, Include lls ability to project its maximum effect one anri one half inches below the bociv siir face. When the electron ray Im noictrated ei»ht inches of flesh its energy e'fect is still half the maximum. Son Quentin f scape* Caught in Hot Springs HOT SPRINGS, Ark,. Aug. 30. v ., —An escaped Sin Quentin convict who had turned to plumbing ai a trade, was picked up in thia resort clly early ysterday. Chief of Detectives Jerry Wfltkiiis Identified the escapee at Edsel James, 23. of Santa Barbara, Calif. James was nabbed by three officers as he stood on a street corner lunch p«ii | n hand, waiting to go to work In a Hot Springs plumbing shop. Watklns said James related he had been working in the shop for nbout a week, "(e had been In Hot Springs about Iwo weeks. The chief said James escaped from San Quenlln July 9. He was serving a one to 15-year prison term for burglary. Prelude to Death LONDON. Aug. 30. Ml—The Rev A. Foreman Cox, 60, announced [he closing hymn of Ms service—"The Day Is Past and Over"—-at Holy Innocent ™=, UU.H. wnen sturdy souls slop Jlmacmls c, mrch s« n <lay n ghl trying to conquer the English Chan- I then collapsed and died. ' nel this will be a dull old world to Read Conner Nrws Want Ads live In. Red River Association Opposes Study Proposal WASHING' ^N, Aujf. 30 If, — The Red River Valley Association yesterday urged the Senate Flood Control Subcommittee to tuin down a proposal calling for creating of a commission to study river dcvri opment in the Red. White Ark-m sas and Ouchita basins. Roy Mathias, executive secretary of the association, said re.sidents of Louisiana, Arkansas and TCTOS fear the study would delay congressional action on appropriations for projects authorized or under consideration for fiord protection on the lower Red Hiver and its tributaries. He said tile association membership is "completely satisfied" with progre-ss to date on the present program of development. • ad* by !•• makers •( f aiaois LIQUID The slain makes the difference In DYAN- SHINE Stain Paste Polish. It actually ilainj rich, true color inlp the leather, toning jcufh and faded spots to ihe real shoe color I DYANSHINE keeps brown shoes brown, keepi black shoes black ... and gives a hard, brilliant shine, too. Double action :.. double value-. Easy to use. And thriftyl At food, drug, variety stores. Barton Mfg. Co., St. touis 1 S. 'OK* "B PRICES CUT AGAIN! ON B. F. Goodrich TIRES BUY 2 ' 'I- a Week TIRES MOUNTED FREE • Backed by lifetime guarantee. • Wide, full depth non-sk-itl trend. • Price reductions on other Defiance also. TRADE TIRES TODAY and SAVE! $ 40°° WHITE KING 25.95 DOWN 3.00 A WEEK For Night Softly Huh Reg. 299.50 Mtn available at big sav- iruji in /our and .ixlcen cubic foot . TI.U3 KM PROTECTION PI,AN CHARGE BF Visible from every an^le. Ai- tach to front Ijicycle hiiii, "Kms turn as whrpl rotates. bpokea protect lights. . 3.89 Bumptr Gu»r<J>. 2.49 239 Ch.mcm ........ 1.95 . 39.<!5 Bicycl. ....... 34.95 . 72.95 Molor Spicl.l 64.95 . 1.49 B,',. I;,M ....... 1.39 - 2.49 Cyilt Bag, ...... ] .99 . S5c Bt, 6,; pl ......... 44, . 59c Bit, Hub C.pi... 47, . 3.89 Picnic Jug ...... 3.39 • 4.45 »«l Cu,l,ion. Phone 6331 417 W. Main ieh PAGE SEVEN —^^^^^^^^^^m House for Sale Staled bids will be received at the Methodist Church Offices up to 2 p.m. Saturday Sept, 10th for (he purchase of lite Methodist Parsonage located at 709 W. Main which must \tt removed from the kite to make way for the new. church. Purchaser will be given thirty days in which to remove house from sile. If purchaser elects to move house permission will be given (o cut any trees on lot inside of sidewalk. Purchaser must leave lot clean of all debris whelher he moves or tears down noun*. Right is reserved to reject any or all bids. BUILDING COMMITTEE First Methodist Church Watch for the Opening Announcement of BLYTHEVILLE'S NEWEST SHOE STORE We Have o Complete Stock of Gin and Mill Supplies • Goodrich Ueltiiig • Clipper Belt Hooks • Woods Gin Saw Kilts • Steam Packing • Pyiene Extinguishers and He-charges. HUBBARD HARDWARE Co., Inc. Phone Z»1S FOR ALL THAT IS GOOD IN INSURANCE Call 3361 Automobile (ill furms) Burglary uplloa Business inter Dyers A Clean Kxtended Cove Fire General l.iabll Marine lall (o W. M, BURNS INSURANCE AGENCY Persuiul Proper*; Float*.-! Plat* Uliu Residence Liability Tornarti* Truck Cars* Windstorm Workmen's Compensation SHEET METAL WORK. -OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up lo l/< inch thickness Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 Soulh Broadway Phone 2851 LAUNDRY CLEANERS PREE-SCHOOL SPECIAL on MACHINE or MACHINELESS PERMANENTS One week only—August 29 through Stpt. 3 $5.00 Permanent $3.50 $10.00 Permanent $5.00 Substantial Reductions on Other Permanent Waves Ten Experienced Hairdressers EAGLE BEAUTY SCHOOL Phone 3262 Blytheville, Ark. "PICTURES YOU WILL LIKE" foui satisfaction aworrd on .U phutojnphl* work Includtnj commercial and portrait FAUGHT'S STUDIO Sooth First trn Mil

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