The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1950 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 1, 1950
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. 9AGE K1CHT BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 195* Republicans Object To 'Subpoena' Talk For McCarthy Files WASHINGTON, April 1. (.7) — Senator Bridges (R-NH), not » Two Republican lawmakers took exception today to a Democrat's talk of 'issuing a subpoena for Senator McCarthy's documents on' the Owen Uttl more case. McCarthy, Wisconsin Republican, has said he can produce proof that member of the committee, commented: .'•I have never yet heard of senators resorting to service of a subpoena on another senator. I am sure that If the committee applies Itself diligently It will get the full Lattimore (H is a Soviet agent and i cooperation of Senator McCarthy(2) Is or has been a member of the Communist .Party. Latllrnore, on American expert on Far Eastern affairs, has' called the McCarthy charges "an unmitigated lie." Senator Green (D-RI) said yesterday in Providence that Jf McCarthy has such proof he should turn it over to the Senate foreign relations subcommittee which Is Investigating. McCarthy's charges that the State Department Is harboring Communists and Fellow Travelers. • Order Called Illogical If the Wisconsin senator won't produce the documents. Green said, It,' wduldi be logical for the Inquiry group to order him to do so. Green, acting chairman of the committee, said -he woiild: discuss the matter with : other members on his return to Washington. One of the members, Senator Hlckenlooper (R-lowal told.n reporter he believes the committee has no rleht to subpoena McCarthy's material. without a subpoena." Documents Still HHrt The senator's office said he had not turned over to the inquiry committee the documents which he told the Senate would lead to proof of his contentions about Lattlmore. But McCarthy's office reported that he has supplied nil of the tlmore data to the FIJI. In his Senate speech, McCarthy said he could produce n witness who would back up hfs charges against LulUmorR. Although the witness was not named, McOarlhv described him as a man who was a member of thr Communist Party for years and who was "high up In Communist circles." There has been some talk at the capltol that McCarthy's prosnectlve witness mlsht be Louis B-rdcn-!. former editor of the Communist Daily Worker. Tiudenz has renounced Communism and now Is on the faculty nt Fordham University in New York. Baptists to Hold Week Of Visitation., Prayer Dor man Smith, Whot* Cartoons Appear in Courier Hews, Cited for Work NEA Cartoonist Wins Headliners' Medal ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (NBA)— Dorniiin II. Smith, chief editorial cartoonist for NEA Service, has been » warded llic IGlh annual National Headline!'*' Club medal for "consistently outstanding editorial cartoons." Tlic news reached him at his home In Cleveland, where he is recovering from an illness that has kept him from his drawing board for several weeks. He expects to resume his cartoons soon. Smith Is a veteran of more than 30 years as an artist, and Is today one of the nation's rnost-widely published cartoonists. Ills dally Interpretations of domestic and international news appear In the Blytheville Courier News and more than 700 other newspapers in the U. S. and Canada. • ' • * The award is one oi several presented lo newspapermen In various Holds by the National Headliners' Club of Atlantic City "to /—" honor those behind the news." Smith's cartoons have previously won him many honors, including the Sigma Delta Chi < award for "outstanding editorial cartooning" In 1946. The cartoonist works In n sluillo- ofTirc nt thc'Clcvel.ind headquarters DOKMAN H SMITH: In cms I A jump al>L<ail of the news. The IMS car- eliiw typify liis pointed pen. APRIL (Continued from Page 1) • reaching Appcl, **In time of Iron- We and tension." he theorizes, "peofiie rrwrt more »nd more to humor to forgei." • .Other Appel conclusions: buy - more ' practical -+ Organizations: of the First Bap- Ist Church in Blytheville will open week of visitation, cottage prayer-meetings, and rallies Monday In preparation to the Evangelist Crusade to open at the church April 9. The crusade Is to be a part of the simultaneous crusade planned for all Baptist Churches West of the Mississippi River. Seven Circles from the Women's issionary Society have scheduled afternoon prayer services Tuesday Jokes than anybody but sales are -WMfceat In Maine ; nnd VermontJ I>wplt« their reputation for being! ^humorless, the British buy; a. lot of fad get* when they have the dollars. 'Appel, who Is graying, Immaculate and rather serious is the idea inaiu Hi* guinea pigs are secreUriev;, tool niakers arid other.peoplc around lite plant In lower Manhattan. • "My mind is working night and ,day on the next gadget" h« says. M alway* think of them in terms , «f » practical Joke. "Our industry aulfers from a lack of real creators; Too many people- ,mre only turning out old gadgets for less ihoney. But that's tragic. For In thi* business you have to Imitate real things used hi everyday life to auch perfection that no one llrough Friday; nnd the men's irotherhood will meet at the church each evening beginning Monday at 6:45 for assignment.-; and will visit mtil time for the cottage prayer services which begin at 8 p.m.. Women's groups of the church will conduct services at 2:30 and .begin visitation'at 3 p.m. The young people of the church have planned a Youth Rally to be conducted at the Calvary Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday. s Scheduled : will. be suspicious." Among, practical jokers, Appel , reports, many old favorites are still . going strong: the fake spilled bottle of infc ("at least 60 years old"); the leaky glass; pellets which, placed on^a lighted cigar, create syn- th'etic : snow (20 years old); hot toothpicks (with- pepper) . Itching powd*r; snetiinp -p«w * der; snap which leaves a lather the color of blood; foaming sugar; exploding cigars, eijfarets and match boles; a table spoon wtfli a. bi^ hole in ft; and, of course, the "hot seat** and the telescope which leaves the viewer with a black •ye. Too'll die! 'Ike' Proposes 'Three-Point 1 Defense Plan WASHINGTON, April 1. (/T) — General Dwight D. Eisenhower today proposed a three-point program for stiffening the nation's defenses. Senator Elmer Thomas (D-Okla), who received the written recommendations ol the -wartime allied commander In Europe, told a reporter they call for: 1. Strengthening Alaska and its major airfields against surprise airborne attack, by a permanent force of well-trained and quipped ground troops and a radar screen to detect •rid warn against air forays, 2. Assurance that the 48-group first-line air force Is equipped with the most modern aircraft and backed up by a powerful reserve of 12 well-equipped air national gxiarc froups. S. Sufficient funds for the navy to start a special anti-submarine force, Including destroyers, smal aircraft carriers, aircraft and other special equipment. of NEA, the world's largest news- of the Cleveland Society of Artists paper picture and feature organl- and San Francisco's famed Bohc- zation. lie rends newspapers, mag- mian Club. Friends are treated an- azlncs and the press wires diligently nually to a Christinas card feutur- each day, and follows up with re- ing a Smith lithograph of a scene search before starling to draw his near his homo. cartoons. , Dorman Smith Is n self-taught Serious thinking, yet cleverly hu- artist, nnd sold his first drawing morons, Smith must always keep a to the old Life magazine when ho Jump ahead of the news, for he was 17. lie continued cartooning draws his cartoons a day or two f° r humor magazines while wovk- In advance of publication. Ing in the steel mills of his na• • * Uve Ohio lo earn enough lo get The artist enjoys a busman's mauled. holiday In his avocation—water col- I" ID21 he Joined NEA Service or painting. His work tins won a and began producing editorial car- number of prizes at Cleveland's an- toons for newspapers throughout mini May Show nnd he Is a member " lc country. Smith later worked on -^newspapers In New York, Chicago ind San Francisco, then returned o NEA in 1942 as head of the edl- orial cartooning stair. t»& *?< Kip"^ V( ^ 0 Obituaries The church lenders have prepared a schedule for-the prayer services, with the city divided into six separate divisions. . The section from Walnut Street north and Division Street west will neet at the homes of Claude Rowand, 1328 Holly, on Monday nliht; Bill Banister. 1712 Holly, Tuesday; Russell Baiigh, 1508 Holly on Thursday; and Marvin Razcr, 1716 Holly, on Friday night. Those In the southwest section, Touth of walnut Street and west 1 of division will meet at the home of Ebb Carson. 1415 W. Main Street. Monday; Marlon Williams, 1306 West Mnin Street. Tuesday night; Alvin Hardy, 1517 West Walnut, Thursday; nnd Bill Strickland, 2228 Birch, on Friday night. Tiie North center section Irom Division Street east lo railroad and Walnut Street north will meet at the Harry Brooks home' at 808 Chlckasawba Street, Monday; Franklin Atkinson, 1005 West Hearn, Tuesday; Murray Smart, 1044 West Walnut. Thursday: and Charles Ray Ncwcomb. 920 West Hcarn, Friday. Those in the center section, from Division Street east to Railroad and north of-Walnut Street, will meet at the home.s of E. W. Simmons. 315 South Elm, Monday; C. L/McWaters. 625 West. Main, Tuesday; the Rev. E. C.: Brown, 806 West Ash. Thursday; and George Ingnirn, 623 West Walnut, Friday. • Prayer Session Wednesday Those in the south section, from Railroad east nnd Walnut -Street- south will be at the homes of Herbert Joyncr, 502 South Lake Monday; Kendall Berry, BnrflcliI Road. Tuesrtay; C. L. Evans, 132 Bast Vine. Thursday; and Raymond Zachary, 503 South Lake, Friday. Section from the Railroad east and north of Walnut will meet at the homes of Miss Ruby Brown, 121 West Missouri Monday; King La- Forney 119 West Kentucky Tuesday; James Jordan. 509 Dclmar, Thursday: and Ted King. 306 Ensl Kentucky, Friday. On Wednesday night, the entire Mrs. Ada Bivens, 96, Succumbs Rites for Mrs. Ada Bivens, 96, wife of the late a. D. Bivens will be conducted at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Methodist Church at Cooler, Mo., by the Rev. Marvin Nlblack, pastor. • Mrs. Bivens died at 12:15 this morning at tlie home of a son, J. B. Bivens, who lived northeast of the state line on Rt; 1; Stcele.'Mo. She had been In thl? area f or ^ the past 13 or 14 years, but spent the greater part of her lite at Jackson, Term. She was born in -Virginia , Survivors Include three sons, J. B. Bivens, W: P.-Bivens of Jackson, and T. B.-Bivens of!Little Rock- a daughter, Mrs. Drew Hamm of Jackson; 15 grand-children; eight great grandchildren; and 7 great great grandchildren. Holt Funeral Home of Blytheville will be in charge of burial at the Number Eight Cemetery near Cooler. Negro Deaths Funeral services for Ethel Lee Campbell, .18, \wltl be conducted at, 3 p.m. torn'otiSVi' at Cnston Funeral Home Chapel'by Hev. LI D. Dnven- port, and burial will be in Mount Zion Cemetery, she died Tuesday at a hospftal here. She Is survived by hc'r parents, Henry and Lou Ella Campbell, and R brother. Services [or Anron Cartwrlght, 67, will be conducted Monday at the New Salem Baptist Church by liev. Space, pastor. He died Thursday at Luxora. His wife, Estella Cart- wrlKht, and four sons survive. \V, P. Cobb Funeral Home Is In charge. Keep a box of dried apricots hanrly for afUjr-school snacks for the children. They'll enjoy prunes and raisins eaten out-of-hand, too congregation will meet at the church for a joint prayer session at T.45 p.m. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that H. C. Blankenship ha.s made application for a permit to erect a tile building 20 x-36 feet on East 125' Block 7 ot Bryan Addition. This building to be used for an office. Any protest should be in writing and Hied In the office of the City Clerk within 30 days. Dated: 3-31-50. Hoy LI (tie. Building Inspector FOR SALE Concrete cnlverls. 12 Inch I* W Inch, plain or rcenforccd Also Concrete Uuiltiing Blocks cheaper than lumbci for barns rhlckrn houses, pump houses, (rnanl houses, tool sheds We deliver Call us for Tree eMtmatc. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. rhonr 631 "Soy ft With Flowers" Bl.vtheville FLOWER MART Memphis Hiwajr Phone «0»2 "Queerest Bird We Kvc'r Saw. "Shucks, Nohody'll Believe I'm an Angel." AN ORDINANCE REGUI.ATING THE BUSINESS or; ITINERANT iHERC'i'ANTS " " AND SOLICITORS ' • ; .Be it ordained by the City Council of the City ot BIytlveville, Arkansas, as follows: Section 1^-That it .shall be nn- awful for any persons, firm, or corporation to engage in the busi- .s of Itinerant Merchant or In :he business of Solicitor as defined by this ordinance, within the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, until the provisions of tills ordinance have been complied with. Section 2—That the term "Itinerant Merchant" Is hereby defined to be any transient person \vlio shall engage temiwrarily in the or selling of kind of goods, wares or merchandise, including the making and selling of photogranhs, within said City of Blytheville, Arkansas, of whether svich goods, wares or merchandise ar peddled from house to house, sold upon the streets or other public places, or sold from any rcom building, a structure or lot rented or leased for the purpose ol carrying on such business. Section 3—A "Solicitor" Is hereby defined to be any person \vl\o goes .from house to house or from place to place in tlie said City of Blytheville, selling or taking orders for, or offering to sell or take orders for goods, wares, or merchandise or nny article for future delivery, provided, however, that this ordinance shall apply only to solicitors who demand, accept or receive payment or n deposit of motley In advance of Ilrval delivery. Section 4—That the provisions of this ordinance shall not apply to sales to dealers by commercial travelers. Section 5—That any person, firm >r corporation desiring to engage in he buslnes* of Itinerant Merchant, s herein defined, within »ald City, hall make an application in writ- ng to the clerk at least seven dayi jetore such applicant shall be au- horized , to begin such business. Such application shall state the lame and residence of the appll- ;ant, (he place where such' business s to be conducted, the kind of goods 0 lie sold and length of lime for which license Is desired. Such application shall be accompanied by a bond In the penal sum of $500.00 executed by a surety company or wo responsible free-holders resld- ng within the City of Blytheville 'or In lieu therefore a ca=h bond of equal amount) conditioned that ill goods, wares, merchandise or irticles sold by such applicant will DC as represented by him and that will refund the purchase price of any goods, wares, merchandise, or articles sold by such applicant will be ?s represented. Any person aggrieved by the action of any Itinerant Merchant shalV have a rl^ht ot action of the bond for the recovery of money or damages or both. In the event a cash bond is de- nosited, the same shall be retained by s?ld city for 90 days after the expiration of any such license. Upon the filing of such application and bond, and the approval of such botid by the clerk of said city, a 11- 'Ml be Issued by the clerk of - C ~H rity to such apnll'jant to l>e"'n biisine's not less than seven days after the date of filing such application and bond, unon t'-e pay- pient of the following fees: FT one day J500: tor one week, $30.03: for one n-milh 810(1.01. All such licence fees mi'st be paid In advance nnd if any such Iccnesee desires, to continue In business alter the exnira- Hon of such license, a new llc?me must lie secured in the same manner and upon the same terms as the original license. Any person exempted by the laws 01 this state from the payment o: sold license fees, shall, before beginning such busfnes, present to the clerk of said clt.v his credential showing that he is entitled to such exemption, and shall .execute ant file a bond as. sibovp provided am upon the approval ol said bonn by said clerk, he shall -.then receive a certificate from said, city clerk an thorlzillg him to the, business of Itinerant Merchant withii the City of Blytheville for- any per lod not longer than one month. ~ at the end of a month said persbi desires to continue in'such birhiess another certificate procur ed from said city clerk. Section 6—Any person desiring t engage In the business of Solicitor as defined In this ordlnanr.e withii the City of Blytheville, Arkansas shall before engaging in said busi ness, file with the clerk of said Cit an application containing his nam and address, the firm or corpora tion which he represent nnd th kind of goods to be offered for sale and the length of time during whic' e desires to engage hi such bnsl :. Such application shall ompanied ty a: bond in the penal j = ,im of $500 executed by 'a surety action of any such Sojocllor shall conflict with the provision* of thfc ordinance are hereby repealed. Section 10—That the ordlnane* shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and la- gal publication according to law. ave a right of action of the bond or the recovery ol money or dam- ges or both. In the event a cash bond Is deposited, such deposit shall e retained by the City of Blythe- ille for a period of ninety days aft- r the expiration of the time Sollc- tor U authorized to engage in such usiness. UIXHI the filing of sucli tatehient and bond, and the ap- roval of said bond by the City Jlerk, said City Clerk shall Issue to uch applicant a certificate author- zing him to engage in the business f Solicitor within said City dtir- ng the time requested In said ap- Hcatlon. Section 1—That all orders taken >y Solicitors within the City of Blytheville shall be in writing In lupltcate, statln'g the terms thereof and the amount paid In advance, and one copy of such order shall M given lo the purchase. Section 8—That any person, firm or corporation who violates any of he provisions of the ordinance hall upon conviction be lined in any sum not less than ten nor more han one hundred dollars, each day during which any person, firm or corporation engages in the business of Itinerant Merchant of Solicitor n violation of the provisions of this Ordinance shall constitute a separate offense. Section 8—That all ordinances in Breakfast Every Day at THE RUSTIC INN • Piping Hot WaffIcs • Hot Biscuits Breakfast Served Daily 6 a.m. —T] a.m. NEW Kox Opens \V«€k l>ays 7:00 p.m. Matinee Saturdays A Sundays Mat.-Svn. 1 p.m. Cnnt. Showing Manila, Ark. Saturday "VANISHING WESTERNER" wilh Montr Hale Also Shorls SalurHay Owl Show "MAN WITH NINE LIVES" with Boris KarlotT Also Shorts Sunday & Monday "BAGDAD" with Vincent Price and Maureen O'llara Also Shorts Sunday & Monday DOUGLAS LAUREN BACALL AND MAKE Pt-AY FOR DORISUfA? WARNER PICTURE WITH A WALLOP! ~* HOACV CARMICMAEL.^ m/MlrnnnT -, "-oouctoi" HERNANDEZ MICHAEL CURTIZ • JERRY WALD W SIT ORL fCREM*M MO COML^iO M NOSTH . Hj* ( H r >0vt -° ompany or by two responsible frec- olders residing in the City of Bly- heville ( or' In lieu therefore a ish bond of equal amount) condi- oned upon the making ol final de- very of the goods ordered In nc- ordance with the terms of such rrier, or failing therein that the dvance payment on such order by efund. Any person aggrieved by the BLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE. roday Only • 2 Big Hits ACTIO* .Ml BOIUJKK... ff i OW, SHOW Boris Karlofr in "Son of Frankenstein" Sun.-Mon. • 2 Big Hits TUB *tf* MAAICI MUSICAL WARNER BROS: MKHAEL CURTU .» OSCAR UY(«IT-$,lS»Ma Also Action Co-Hit cmuT CtflU! CHUUJ GEM THEATRE Osceola, Ark. Sunday & Monday Apr. 2-3 THE REST OF THE JOLSON STORY... RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday "WEST OF WYOMING" with Johnny Mack Brown Cartoon and Serial Saturday Owl Show "RADAR SECRET SERVICE" with John Hnirard and Myron Dale Cartoon Sunday, Monday & Tuesday "MASSACRE RIVER" with Guy Madison and Kory C'alhoun Warner News &. Short 1 SUKT BUCMU PIMCM .» BARBARA HALE wSuIni - l swia mama . Sunday &'Monday Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in "PARDON MY SARONG" Today Only G Bicj 4 Star Show THEY'D EVEN MAKE tORSE LAUGH! News — Cartoon Robert Cummings "The Chase" • First Blyrheviile Showing • Box Office Opens G:00 — Show Starts 7:00 Sun.-Mon. JOHN Joanne John DRU•AGAR VKTOtlfcUCUN Also Added "STATE TROOPER" (Special Short Subject) ALSO ' ' "CAT THAT HATED PEOPLE" (Color Cartoon)

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