The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 24, 1947
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SATURDAY, WAY 24, 1947 House to Study Potato Surpluses Agriculture Groups To Investigate Destruction Of New Crops in South WASHINGTON, M ily 24. (Ul>>'tie House Agriculture Commitl-e yesterday was given cleitrcncc for il ifipVO"*.''! Investigation of potato suri»||» s )io w they can lie ore- vemeiTlii the future. The Rules Committee okayed a 1'e.solutlon aiitlioi'lving the agriculture group to study possible new uses for potatoes The Agriculture Dcpartjiicnt already is desli'oyi'i" new cro]i potatoes in the South :o relieve nuirk{>t i-;luls. The resolution also would author!;* the Agriculture Commifpc I" mvc.'itlsalc Me .iossibility of expanding the pniatn [i oll ,. i,^-^-. try and make recommendations to Hie Agriculture Department for carrying out ( h » uragram. No action by tlv- House is needed for (he Im'<i;n(ion. Hep. Paul w. Sharer, K Mich .sponsored Ihe resolution, lie said 'lie agriculture department is re.uiv to yo ahead with an educational prograin t o ciicoura B c Hie consumption of potato Hour as .-,0011 a« C-jn- fjress approves it. He pointed on:, the Rr.boin- mcnt had lost ,io<m $81.1)00 UOD m Us 10-ie potato yiice supyorc program. " Prevent Future Waste Hep. August u. Andersen, n.. Minn., saict f ne ig,j(; program is "water over t|i c dam" but Con- fc'rcss should lake immediate- stops j lo prevent such expenditures in t,h<s I future. He said it was "sinful, wrong and craay" to destroy food while foo.1 pricrj. still are so liiijli in this country :M-I many of the countries over- I seas l&jjli are hungry. RcMj-Aclolph Siibnth. D., II!., I said ifis ini]iossiblc lo sliip new potatoes long distances because of I their high water content which I makes them highly perishable. I Andersen conceded this. But > he I said Canadian potatoes from last I year's crop now are being shipped Ito market in the very areas wiiere I new potatoes are being destroyed. I He cited Richmond, Va., as a spe- Icific example. I Shafcr said that if all the bakers I of Ihe country used four per c'jit, Ipolalo flour in bread and pastries lit automatically would solve the I ixitato surplus problem. He 'said I some 300 bakeries already are us- 'ng pitato wlour with good results. "It's stupid, it's aKinine to destroy I this food and it can be remedied." I ho said. "Four per cent |»lato I flour makes better, bread it's more 1 nntritioits." BLYTIIEV1LLE (AKK.) COUKIEU NEWS Century-Old Story Repeated As Seagulls Halt Cricket Invasion Reserve Officers [Outline Plan for (Arkansas Units LITTLSTtQCK. Mnv 2-1. (UP) — |M:ij. Gc'SPUohn B. Coulter of San lAtttonio. Tex., deputy commaivler lof llic Fourth Army, outlined ycs- Itei-fl.iy a five-year iilnn toe dcvploii- |ment of a trained re.scl v™ frier,', He is attending the ine?tm,; here lot the Rccerve Officers Associalion f Arknlisus. The plan is to use the uerioil bc- Itwccn activation al re.icrvn units untl June 30, 1948, to build mill;; Ito strength and to cqui.j ami tiain Itlicin. TIic next four years will be tli- l/ided into three actlviiies: Home • )i- armory training at the comimny level, tactic-iil traiulivj at lh« regi- Incntiil or group level, and tactical -imny al the divisional level. PENULETON, Ore.. May 24. (UP) —A 100-year-old story was repented today when hundreds of seagulls came to the rescue of embattled farmers ntul their families [ml- ously working to halt a uhgue of crickets, A mass JHijIit or the while birds soared Inland 300 mites tiluii); the Columbia River yester.l.iy after a few "scouts" espied th? Insects mb- liling their way ucruss four counties. The birds pounced on the l>csts In the same way tint culls devoured n lioide of crickets lit the liionccr Mormon selthmcin at tic Great Sail Lake, Utah, in May 1848. An aiipcal was muiis to Gov. Earl Sncll for slate aiwiatanc,; t;> halting the lide of crickcis which now have spread over a 500 snuare mile area in Morrow, GdliHu, Unm- liUii and Sherman Counties. The seagulls swooped to the ground to feast on the ciickets in an area 35 miles west o( PcndluUm. In tuc town of Hcrmls',011, molli- eis and children stood yuarct at their homes to fight off the insecti. Women luok brooms, inopj and any Instruments at hand in sweep the crickets off the sidewalk.; and lawns. County farm agents ccuijiuieci lo spread poison bait with army weapon carriers. In the 19-18 invasion, Mormon pioneers labored day after d<\y n drive back the hosts of onrush!,!;; insects. When almost all the Atormon.v food was gone, the seagulls aiiived and devoured the grasshopper. Although the Insects aro known commonly as "Mormon crickets" he- cause of Hit 1848 infestation, tln-y actually arc not crickets hut wine- less Kiasshoppers call-?'! Anabrus Simplex. Circular Saw Kills Man 24. KNOXVILLE, Tenn., May 'UP) - William Stuart, 23. w;,s killed almo.M inst.uitly yesterday when a circular saw tore out of its frame nnrt cut his throat. Steuart, a war veteran and former high school athlete, was helping Saw Umbers on a farm near here. Final Rites tor Peanut Magnate Set for Monday SUFFOLK, Va., M.iy 24. (UP) — Amccleo Obiei. Italian immigrant who parlayed the peanut into n multi-million dollar fortune, wfll be buried here Monday nicer funeral services at his Bay/roir, liome at Driver, Va Obici was founder of the Plantc-s Nut and Chocolate Co. The 03 ye:ir old iieamit magnate in-uli; the -Mr Peanut" emblem famonr. th'-ou"li- out the world. He died Wedn»«iay in a \Vilkcs-Ban-e, Pa., hospital Obici's body will lie -n slat.: from 2 to 10 p.m. Sunday. Workers at the huge Planters prjressuia plant were observing a five day mournin" holiday. Exp/qs/ons at Jaffa JERUSALEM, May 24. (UP) — Two explosions at Jaffa Friday c.x- |)osert what police believed to be an Arab underground armory, First reports on the explosions were light, and did not make clear the results on the purported connection with the Arab armory. Arabs were reported to have salvaged a quantity of trucks, arms, and ammunition before police and military authorities arrived. . First letter carried by air crossed (he English Channel in 1785 by balloon. CROTCH ITCH gon I/.Ins. Itchin? torture from Cmtcfc irnirltusi. Koot Itch (Athlete's Poat) bcr's Etrli. Fnctnry ILch. Ringworm* gworm of ttic Scalp and other Uchlnr to runRiia Inlucltons \ s rtll€ve<1 »t f on contact. w((d specially prepared nriric llondpnsr. A ItriMid; cltan lo . ariiiliiiit'bd by a nciinal'iloglsc. First ricM|-.rtrnntcc[) Co please. Sent prepaid n ^P''"l of nHre, soc, " ' - - -*--- r KOTHKOCK DRUG CO. I'rcsrriplioii ypccmli-'-ls U'vM Main 1'lKiin, .[-,1 Too Late to Classify For Safe .. KK- Sycn- . ITS. Wi.kl Km! lIlgllM-ny IS. . L' rc»ck- tvn,: 051. l2|.|ik-27 Services c Uciinir. All «-.i up. 1'honi: 051, READY-MIXED CONCRETE Speeds work-saves money-helps farmers get quality work fi Prompt delivery. Concrete delivered to any job which is accessible to our trucks. tioned for your job. • Full strength, reliability and uniformity in every load. • Let us quote you on this • "Mil" accurately propor- economical way to build. Ready-mixed concrete gives you low annual cost construction. you need help we can put you in touch with competent contractor*. HUGHES & COMPANY Building Materials—Ready-Mix Concrete CHURCH NZWS LILLY STREET BAI'TIST CHAPEL D. R. Blfdsix-, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 n.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CI1DRCH 'Harvey T. Kl<ld, paslur Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 u.m. CALVARY BAPT.-ST RHUKCII 16lh ana Chlckasawba, Rev. P. II. JcrolEnn, pastor Sunday Scliool, 0:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. 11. T. U., 6:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:10 p.m. FLAT LAKE METHODIST CHURCH Ray L. McLcslcr, pastor 1st. 3rd and 5th Sundays: Preaching services, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. 2110 and 4th Sundays: ' Sunday School, 10 a.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUKCII R, S. Hairtl, pastor Bible School, 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. 1'ILGRIM I.lllHKKAN CHUKCII Walnut and Sixth Her* Robert Jaeger, pastor Sunday school, 10 a.m. Worship Service. 11 a.m. TUESDAY Sunday School Teachers' mcctini!, 7 p.m. Adult Bible Class, 7:45 p. m. Swelling of Brain May Be Cause of Painful Migraine CHICAGO. May 24. (UP>— People may net headaches because Ihoy t'lin't get .swelled heads. A scientist reporting on an ciBlil- year study of 100 pall'n'.s said ml- liraine or severe ht'.ulac'.ie.; may be n\usi'd by swelling of (li,> brain, rc- snHliig in painful |irc.rti:re aijalnsl the rinid cranium. 13r. uroda o. Kinn.v.. Kingmnn, Art-*., (old the I>V(loriiil.>n of American Soon-lies for m- olouy Thursday (hat Cil.s a] lo he the most plausible n! lh<> nuu.y theories on (lie cause of headache, He said lln- lieadacli^ was one of man's most fivmient .liluicnls. One out of every Ki pallen'.i who ei:i:ic to doctors complain of headaches, lu! said. "Fatimie seems lo jilay a dominant part in iniilatlii,; hi>a<l;i'.'hi'," lie safd. "l''ii(li;iu> niav ailer |ier- int-ablllty and lead u> niviiniuia- li"n of excessive exlrac.'lhll.n- lluids. "Swi-llin;- of (he feet i.-; <jni|e common dutliii; excessive lutiuuc and It seems reasonable thai tlu- Imiiri slioiild also swell, jau:iiu_; undue IHVSSUIV in I lie rigid cranium, wllh pain resulting." He said thai pnuiiu-ally nil of (he 100 pall,,nls presented c'.'Kk'llce of thyroid deliiieney. 'rh.v, win••_• iivul- vd with (hyriiid'exlrart Within 30 days al'ler medical Ion he,',:ui, he jaiii, a "marked decrease :n noti, hfre- (luency and severity" was itoleu in 'most Judge Flays Incompetent Bureaucrats NKW OUI.KANS, M'ly IM. tuin — Cii>veninn-n( l )u ivcui.-; 'Tilled with bucks, discarded lawyi aid people W liu coulii ntii nnike a llvini; any oilier \vi%," are (rylni; to usurp the powers •>[ Ihe rourls, the CimleiviK-c of Judges n( (In- I'iflii (J. s. circuit auirl of A])- |K>als was tulil yesti'i'liiy, "Ttie eiiuils have lij sli'i'iiulb," Circuit Jiul|;e Joseph O. liutciH-son, jr., usserii'd. "and H Wo mix In ixilillcfi Its Mlf wllh OIH- heiuls,' and If we don't mix In imliius, if a u(f will , om . Ju ,. lus . nnyvvay," Aduilmsti-allve 'bodies Huleii- eson added, "have gut to wiilkini! ni'tiund like Ihc.v were loo bin for heir Iji-itclirs, and Irue conteiideil tlmt iliey are not suliject to Ju- dleial review." Ix'liislallve Inaell™, he said, had alluwed "unispniii people" to gain power. "The air of Washington | s ],; K | for the average Aiiu'ai-un if yo.i don't K rl out of iMculn Hie clear »"' ol the hinterland," he conehnl- cil. A-ss^-iaU; .lusllco JIu l;o i,. ,,|, 1( .| ; o' tin- I). S. sii:>i'i>iii3 Court Is Kiiioiin lUlt'iidlut, the confcr- flH'l'. PAGE .THRKB'> C1IUUCI1 OF THE IMiMAClll.A'I'l-; CONCh'l'TION "«v. IS. Tnnicis nicUcvitt, pastol Itcv. i>:iu| iiujurski, asslslruit luslor Sunday Massca 7:^0 and 10:30 p.m. Weekday Masses, G p.m. FIRST METHODIST ClltlllCIl Allen 1>. Stewart, JKlstur Church School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 a.m. Choir practice, Wednesday. p.m. 7:30 PROMISED IANI) METIIOIHST CHURCH Kay li. Mci.cster, pastor 1st,. 3rd and 5tli Sundays: Prcachlni; Services, 11 a.m. Sunday School every Sunday, ID a.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays: Preaching services, t p.m. FULL GOSPEL MWUERKACLE D. R. Harmon, pastor Sunday School. 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship, il a.m. Young People, fl-45 pin. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. GATEWAY TABERNACLE Howard Street Rev. L. G. Borah, pastor Church Service, 0:45 a.m. Evening Worship. 1:30 a.m. Church Service, Wednesday and Friday, 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZAriENE Daniel Slaffords, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People's meeting, 7:15 p.m. Evening worship, 8 p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 7:3(> CHURCH OF CHRIST E. W. Stovall, paslor Sunday School, 9:50 a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 II.RI. Bible Study, GL-15 o'clock. Evening Service, B p.m. IMMANUKI. IIAI'TIST CHURCH A. M. Houston, puslur Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning Worship, n a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night prayer service, 7 p.m. VAKIIKO METHODIST UHCJKCII IIay I.. IHcl.i'.stiT, pastor 1st, 3rd and filh Sundays- Preaching Services, 7:30 p.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays: l'i caching Services, 11 a.m. MIM1IEK NINE HAI'TIST CHURCH Howard ||. Kinc. |i a s(or Sunday School. 9?45 a.m . Horning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Uiilon, 1 p.m. Evening Worship. II p.m. Wednesday, prayer nlceling 8 p.m. ''I'EMl'LE TSllAi:i, " Dr. Alfr.-d Vise, ttablil Sunday, 3:30 p.m.. Confirmation services at Temple Israel, Jonco- boro. TUESDAY Annual Congregational Murder Charge Filed Against Woman'sSlaye ' 2 Army Sergeants Killed Whi'/c Learning to fly FAYl'TEVIUjK. ;t. C., May 21. (UP) Two Aruiy Kci'gea'nls IcarniiiK to lly on tin- slile were klllcil, police- sutd today, when Ihelr nvon- dllloni'd mllUary plain' crash-d near (lie Fayi'llcilllr Alrpnil. l''urt JlniKU aiilliotities idenlifh',! (he dead us Kj'.l. nil] siassi'i'n. 2\ of Delroit and .Sr.l. n. 1C. Tmde'.l. '2ti. of Lowell, -Ma;,s. Tll(> snlilici-s ll|;hli'd the li.'ld With an automoulle'.s hi'adlamps :md ("ok nff In Ihe plane-. Mommis later persons llvlni- near (he iili 1 - pott heard Hie era.sli. Presbyterians Propose Move For Unification CHAN!) UAI'HM/Mlch., Aliiy "•'• (UP)— Dcli'iuilcs to Ihe Ift'.lHi »••- etnbly of tin- Presbyterian Church n Ihe u. K. A. ycsterdav veiled t i submit the c]iiestlon of a propoM-:! Timlcm wllh 'Hi,. eluu-i>h Siinlli- •rn division to llin pu-.sbvlcrlivi lor study. Tile move \v,\s approved will, Ihe irovisidn (Inn ||,o .Southern Jliurcli, known us Ihe 1 , lei •an Clnu-i'li In the u. H. take sl:u- Inr ai'lion next week »t ll.s as- ieilibly In Monti-oat, N. C. John collcr disc'ovei'i'd Hi,. Yellowstone National park niea. old,'s( mid Ini'iji'sl of Its hind. In IKU7. (.'oiler had been a nicinljcr of Ihc I.cwLs and Clark expedition ar.d the area, In nortliwesltTii Wyo- "'i"K. wag known as "Colter"! Hell" for years. » I; .; '. at Woman's Ciub, (1 p.m. meeting LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Rev. H. H. I,levins, pastor Church School, 0:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evcnlni; Worship. 7:30 p.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, G p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOI) CHURCH L.C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. II a.m. Christ Ambassador services, 6:30 p.m. , Children's church, 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service,- '7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CIIUKCH Eighth and Walnut E. C. Urown, pastor * Sunday Scliool. 9:40 a'.m. Morning Worship. 10:55. OIIHISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's, 141C W. Main "Soul and Body." is the .subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ. Scientist on Sunday. The Golden Text is: "Why art Uiou cast down, o my .soul? why ait ihou disquieted within me? hope Ihou in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is lhc health of my countenance ,and my God." Psalms 42:11. Wednesday meeting at 8 p.m. Saccharine is 550 times us sweet as ordinary cane sugar. CITY. Ai-i:.. RIV '24, (UPl- Charges of first (lejnce mm- dcr were on file today auaitul M- ycar-old Willie Duke in connection with the brutal -.luyln,i Thui-s- day of pretty Mrs. E!u«M Rills Ui.yd 37-yciir-old Fonest City taxi (1,-lvcr. Mi.s. lloyd's slashed body was found in a roadside dllch a :iillt- from her abandoned laxlcnb Bludd- liounds from Tucker Pnsun Farm (railed Duke lo miles 10 his woodland hldcuul. Officers said he confessed assaulting Mrs. Huke iillei 1 killing her. Prosecutor j. H. Moouy said Duke would be eommilted to Ihc Slute Ifuspllal for Nervous Diseases In Little Hock for exatnltulon mid (hen rclurned lo Forrest Cilv for i<r- rnlgnini!iil and trinl. Moody-' tiled the murder chaircs Upon rcconuncndnllmi of a St. Francis County coroner's Jury. Lancy in Marion MARION, Ark., May 2-1. (UP) •Gov. Ben I.nney delivered Ihc commencement address at Marlon iliKh School ycslerday. lie was tin principal speaker at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon In Newport at noon Thursday, and gave the commencement, address last niKht al Tuilicrmnn Hiuh School. BOB MALOHE • Plaster • Stucco • Concrete Phone 2028 All of Your Life Insurance Needs General American Life Ins. Co. E. H. FORD, District Manager I-ynch Blil£. ItiisincsH Phono 2811 Rc.s. : South lOlli Street [ : * Frog Legs :* Fresh Fish • Steaks Thal's- Chicken-N-Basket And 'A Bit O'Goodncss' too! Cheap? It's only $1.25 for half a spring fryer with delicious hot rolls and lots o' French fries. PhoneSteeleI7F22 DIXIELAND CAFE Highway 61 North at Holland, Mo. FOR SALE Tractor Cultivator for Farmed! B OHLENDORR FARMS 8F2Oscco!«, Ark. NOW AVAIL ABLE TO THt PUBLIC! 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