The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 2, 1947
Page 4
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Doctor Questions Laney's Motives Store Hospital Row SHU Appears Far From Being Settled LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 3. (UP) — Despite Gov. Ben Laney's efforts lo solve problems at the state hospital for nervous diseases "once and for all," they remain very much in today's news. Latest development., come over the weekend "when"br.'N..T. Hollls struck back at the chief executive for refusing to approve his appointment us superintendent at the hospital, Laiiey refused his nji- proval at a board meeting Jast Friday. Hollls told rejwrters his rlsmtssal came alter a disagreement over who was to run the hospital, "the governor or the superintendent." Hollis asserted thnt ho had recommended the discharge of Lancy's brother, W. W. Laney, as manager of the hospital'* extou a -c farm system. "I think the governor's brother is n fljjc old gentleman but he Is ot no value to the hospital as farm manager." HaJJis said. The KDV- ernor maintains thnt he placed his brother at the farm to obtain Information as- to its inniinecment. Hollls also called attention to the fact that it was he and Gover- .nor Lancy who discovered apparent irregularities , in conncclion nllh purchases or 'supplies lor tl;e Institution and plnced information In the hands of E. E. Uunaway. prosecuting attorney, which may lead to important prosecutions. Hollis also ;asserlcd th[\t iV.incy told him he knew more about the state hospital than Dr. Hollis would ever know. "Yet," said the doctor "the governor had nevpr set foot In the institution until he came to the board>irieeting on Friday." Answering ! Laney's charge thnt the hospital has shown no Improvement under his management, Hollls pointed out tlfal an additional appropriation of 5750,000 annually does not go into effect until July i. Meanwhile, Governor 'Lnncy announced the appointment- of E. A. Henry, Little Rock attorney, ns n member of the hospital board Henry succeeds c. E. McSwain, Little Rock, who resigned several weeks ago. Hollls said that he will remain at the hospital until his successor has been named. The board •*.!!! meet again Friday to discuss applicants. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEW* >< Cattle Take Over D~Day"s Crowded Airfields. . • MONDAY; JUNE ?., 1947! Masons Seek Funds to Aid Tubercular* LITTLE HOOK. Ark., Jane 2 — Masons of Arkansas have launched a campaign tol provide funds and erect an additional building for the treatment of Arkansas children .at the stale Tuberculosis Sanatorium Booncville. The new building is to cost approximately $100,000 and Is to lie made available within « year. The state campaign is to be U'l- dei- the direction of a state ad- vlsory committee! headed by B. K liodiscrs, general chairman. John w. Hamilton, most worshipful grand master, P. & A. M. of Arkansas, has approved the appeal to the Masonic lodges of the State. Masons of Arkansas made possible the present children's' buUding at the Sanatorium. Back in 1922 at the celebration of 15th anniversary of Belle Point Lodge in For', Smith, Judge Joseph M. Hill, longtime chairman of the Sanatorium board, proposed that the lodge inaugurate a campaign to construct a children's building at Uooncville. The building was dedicated in 1921 as the "Masonic Building". It now provides facilities In 1924 as the ! "Masonic Building". It now provides facilities for 15 young sufferer.'; from Tuberculosis^and, it) irddl- tion, provides school facilities for the youthful patients. Chairman Rodgers pointed out that 2.555 Arkansas boy s and girls have been patients at the sanatorium since the Masonic Building's doors Hist were "opened, boys and girls who might otherwise have been deprived of a fighting chance against tuberculosis and its ravages. Overell Murder Trial Begins Foregoes Alaskan Trip WASHINGTON, June 2. (UP) — The White House said today that Deafened Now Hear i With Tiny Single Unit Science has now umdo it posViUi- for the deafened to lie.u- faint sounds. It is n hearing dwice so small that it fits in the hanrt and enables thousands to enjoy, sermon?; music and friendly comiiiinlon-ship. Accepted by the Council on Physicr,) Medicine of the American Medical Association. This device does not require separate battery pack, battery wire, case or garment ; 0 bulge or weigh you down. The lone Is clear and powerful. So made that you can adjust it yourr.elf to suit your hearing as your heariiu' changes. The makers of Bcllonc Dept. 14, 1450 W. 19th St.. Chicago 8, 111., are so proud of their achievement that they will glacllv send free descriptive booklet anil explain how you may get n full demonstration of this rcmark.ible henring device in your own home without risking a penny. Write Beltone t(xtoy:. : >> ;.. -...; Egypt-Britain Dispute Goes to UN This Month CAIRO, June 2. (UP)—Egypt plans to submit her case against Britain to the United Nations Security Council about the middle uf June, it was reported today. Egypt seeks to got British troops out of her territory and to incorporate Hut Sudan, now under joint British-Egyptian rule. Too Late to Classify For Sale A few used show cases and rial lop display tablet; and shelving. J. Mell Hroukl Jr., 107 East Main St. | Phone 81.1. (i 2 ek If :l r,,nu. hoiinr Wl Knsi CJiorrv. l.nli. Ian 'IVnuiiF. lid. I:! ,il 1 :t!'"lVv','*'s.' Ark. Mrnrliiin. .lUlliiiK room s'niu. Kivuiiit'. .-Imiis. .-hinn r:tljin»i <r-vin- T:iM<'. J'liijin. .|.|M. :H(I \Vi,l. Mil r,;Ll |'>;.r> Lost While CJnorpe Clollum. renter, confers wit', 1,1s n « wiey * at . .,,f t , BcllJlUl Ovcrcll , ,. JL , llt w|>o .^ n _ For Rent MI« o™ ^^>^™c^^ tow^'cir"''™ 1 ''" D ' ? " UC: ' lf:;; ' : ^M-«.fHSSV i; ^: this Summer. '• " lhc "'imioii of the 33th Division, f "ho south" White Ilcuse FITSS Sccrelnvy Wanted To Buy Charles Roxs said tin- plan i, ;l been considered but was now del- initcly ruled mst. The President nill speak in " ^ Experienced Men - - Modern Equipment . . is your guarantee of a lop notch welding; job, fov that matter any. kind of repair job. l!ijj or small, once you put a job in our hands your worries arc over. We're experienced in workir.u' on trucks and cars of any make. Buy Clean - Weil Kept Used Gars From Us Reasonably! Soles Service SHELTO MOTOR COMPANY H9W. Ash Phone 438 • ,r rail .l,.sn- WcliU. |>ti.itU' L"J17 or ^010. M2-|ik-y Cotton Chopping By Using A Flame Cultivator See It On Displciy-Our Plant Bldg. BARKSDALE MFG. CO. South Broadway Street Blytherille, Ark. WESTERN UNION I W o» 500 Mile Indianapolis Uuce Averaging !1«S*B M.l'.H. on Fh^on Deluxe Clum-Plon*. Their OuMnntl, ^Safely and Endurance. Played a Great Part In My Victory. MAimi ROW 15- Mrs. Babe Didrikson Zaharias, shown arriving in England aboard the queen Elizabeth, has been first a lot of ways in athletics. Now U.S. champion would be (irsl American woman to win Ladies' Amateur Golf Championship of Great Britain—at Gullane, Scotland June fl-13. A scientist has placed an intrinsic value of 30 cents upon the chemical and mineral ingredients which compose mankind. FOR EXTRA SAFETYA0 , ff 0 MILEAGE AT HO £xm CO& Let a pert inach class Reasonable charges. Estimate furnished in advance. SINGER SEWING CENTER 414 W. Main St. costly now- »E CERTAIN YOU BLEACH THEM SAFCLY FOR LONGEST WEAR Don't bleach the HARSH WAY with uncontrolled bleaches An unconuoiled bleach, that varies in strength, ma7 cause you to cwrbltach fQtif cottons and linens. Tin's oxidizes fabric threads. They weaken and soon fray out. Bleach the GENTLE WAY with Contratled-Actkw Purexl Every boitle of Purcx has the same strength, same correct bleaching action. 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You can get all of this extra safety and extra mileage at a big saving in cost because your used t.rcs are worth More at Firestone. We need more used tires for retreading. So we are offering hi»h- «t prices for the unused mileage in your present tires -when you trade them in o .n new Firestone De Luxe Champions, the only tires made that are sr.fety-provcd on <he speedway for your protection on the highway. Easy terms, if you desire. O. O. HARDAWAY •Wm.-H.TEASK

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