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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
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COURIER THURSDAY, OCTOBER «, 1MT Livestock Show To Close Oct. 12 First: Baptist Church Files Activity Report . Exposition Officials \, Extend Closing Data •'., Because of Weather .* IJTTU ROCK, Oct. I (AP) — The sun milled on the Arkansas UVMtook >bow for the first time In four dajn—and the state's largest annual exposition Immediately hit • "mid-week stride today. Ga*oline fed fires were employed to wipe out the last trace* of water liniithe rodeo arena and the b'and- , stand. ^The first performance ol the rodeo fc scheduled for. tomorrow afternoon. The water on the bandstand w»» burned off last night, and the first performance of the livestock revue presented.: The rodeo-queen contest will beheld Sunday afternoon and night at the rodeo arena. i Because rain washed out virtually all of the first three dajs of the show, the closing date has been set beck to Oct. 12. , | Manager Clyde Byrd said thei statewsde School Day at the show! will be observed on closing day. , lT De»pite the heavy rains yesterday •bout, S.OOO spectators turned out at the Hooded, TO-acre show ground but about the only thing they got to see w« the livestock judging and View the many exhibit*. The rodeo •uid midway remained closed Most .of these on hand were war Veteran*;? enrolled in 4 the federal- «t»te farm training program . Some.'llvestock owners had a : field day at the judging yesterday though: Harry Baker of Magnolia up'With 13 first place decisions In the Duroc- Jersey hog contest He walked'away with the graud'cham- plons, by showing the show's best boar and sow. Orville Siegeritha'ler, co-owner of the Diamond Grove Jersey cattle herd near Fort Smith exhibited Regugee Lassie's' design to take to grand "championship In the Jersey bull division. Biltomore Basil Blossom, Jersey entry ^by William H Williams of Uttle Hock, bon grand champion crown in the female division. Other ' grand champion awards went to: • Bd Mas* of Leslie>witK entries In both etasse* of the Hereford division. ', c ' ,." The I University of Arkansas, Anns heifer. The Associations! Church from the First Baptist Church In Blytheville:to the Mississippi County .; Association, showing «n Increased .church'and Sunday School membership," financial and mission programs, last night was presented to the Church membership in at business meet Ing. The letter, reporting on the past associations! ; year, shows a total resident membership of 1.016. with 362 non-resident members on the church roll. During the past year 39 were added by baptism, and a total Increase of 113 was reported. Sunday School enrollment totaled 1,149, training Union, 303 and the Women's Missionary Union, 231. The financial program, which was Increased by unanimous vote of the church last Sunday night to $74,066.75, last year showed a total gifts received of $62,220.74, with tl|e budget set at $49,760. Mission gifts last year totaled $12.097.16. and hurch properties were evaluated in he, report at $143,259.51. Historical; dates set out In the eport were the signing of the co'n- ract for. the new sanctuary on May i, ground-breaking -ceremonies oh rune 13, and-the-actual constriic- lon started In August. A total of $is,000 will be contributed to the Mississippi County Bap- 1st Association -ext year with $480 set aside for "associatioiml missions The report showed the following church officers: 1 Miss Hazel Brah- non, church clerk; Russell Baugh Sunday " School superintendent Herbert .Joiner, Tialning Union director; Mrs Ted' King, WMU president; Kendall Berry. Brother hood president; and Mrs. Charle Ray Newcomb, church hostess Foresters Elect Prexy HO 1 ? SPRINGS,-Ark" bet 6. ( Obituaries 'Joseph Burns Dies In Clearwater, Fla. Friends In Blythevllle have bee Informed of the death of Josep A:',; Burns, 55, "learwflter, Fla Funeral services were conducted 1 Clearwater Monday. He was reported to have died o Saturday after suffering a strok Mr. Burns, who lived in Blythe ville for many years, Is survive by his wife, the lornier Helen Oliv of St Louis; a son, Joseph A Burn Jr., of Chicago, III.; orie'.brothe Lawrence M Burns, of Farmlngto Mo r five sisters and two grand children. m iSLj?' et ' ng ' he ™ yesterday . Kaylof succeeds Stanley Fontan "•WJ* Nelson of c »If'ornl« was na, of Michigan, who with Georg named^Tiee-presldent and 'H. ,c. White, of Missouri, were elected 1 coulter.-.-Fionda, secretary-lreasur-'the executue'committee. Senators A$k tnd • Plant Dismantling it Western Germany WASHINGTON, Oct. 6. C*) — o.ty-four Senators appealed to the at« Department yesterday to call halt on the dismantling ot lndu»- 1«1 plants In Western Germany, Both Republicans and Democrat* Iried In the letter tp Secretary State Acheson. They urged »n- her effort to keep plants which ould aid German economic recov- Senators Tail (R-Ohlo), Wherry R-Neb) and Do-jglas (D-Ill) were onK the signers. The group told Acheson they un- erstand that Great Britain step- Jed up the dismantling of plants the British Zone and U scrap- Ing valuable equipment. ECURITY Continued From Page One the Mcurlly lax*s. . .The smashing House vote wa* i artlal victory lor a major poin i wliaL President Truman call: .Is "fair deal" program, The Prcsl ent, however, hnci asked tha 0,000,000 more workers be brough .ndcr the insurance program. ; Major i-roups sUJ] left out Include farm operators, farm hahdi and pro feiwlonal people. Thorn* excluded amonr others are doctors, lawyers and editors. Way: and Means Committee members told (he House that farmers and professional people showed n» rreat desire to get into the program. : > Before the House passed the bi ^'rejected 232 to 113 a Flepublica ubstltute measure. - , Rep. Kean (R-NJ). Its author, 1 said the GOP measure would have 1,300,000 more persons under ;ocial security than .the admlnts- . ration measure, but ittwouldjhave dropped disability insurance; In favor of relict payments to the, disabled. Kean said It would have 'cost $1,250,000,000 less a year than the administration bill. Rep. "Curtis (R-Neb) and a few other Hepubllcans assailed the administration measure as "social- lstic."! r On the final roll call, this bill. was' opposed by only 12 Republicans" and two Democrats. Doctors Insist Justice Agents ^robing AMA SHICAGO, Oct. ». (*•) — Trust*** of the American Medical Axoclt- lon uld todty the AMA and 1« state and county medical tociettet are being Investigated by tht antitrust division of the Justice Department. -, The board of triuteei Issued a statement "protesting the use of ;he police arm oJ the government In a campaign to discredit American medicine and. terrorize phytir clans Into abandoning their opposition to compulsory health Insurance." . '.• The board jtid that on Feb. 10 the board room of the trustee! In Chicago was broken into and records of the board were thoroughly searched. Dr. George rV Lull, secretary- manager o( the AMA, »ld "no accusations are mide against the Department of Justice." But he called the incident one of "real significance In' the chrono- Church Family Scout to Feature logy of events since the AMA decided to make paign against Insurance," '• a nationwide cam- compulsory health Robert Hannegan, Ex-Postmaster General, Dies 8T. LOUIS, Oct. 't—tm— Robert E. Hannegan, former postmaster general and one-time owner of the St. Louis Cardinals, died today at ils home here. Presentation ot Award's Gltnn l*dd, Jr., will receive* hl« Wolf Rank, a told arrowpoint and two silver arrowpolnts, representing » total ot 40 Boy Scout projects completed tonight at 7:30 at the Pint Christian Church, when the Church Scout family meets. Two other Scouts will receive awards. Lawrence Bradley will receive his wolf badge, Indicating completion of 10 achievement*; and Dicky Shelton, abo a holder of the wolf badge, will receive a gold ar- towpolnt, representing 10 completed project*. For the first 10 achievement* the rank ii granted, and the gold rowpoint represents the first 10 elective projects completed, and »11- ver arrowpoint'! are awarded lor each 10 projects completed there- alter. • ;'-': Mri. Sanford Shelton will" be Installed as a den mother tonight, and a film, "Scout Trails to Citl- senthlp" will be shown. ' *The Rev. Lester D. Btrubhar, Institutional representative and pastor of the church, said that all parent* of Scouts and those Interested in the church's scouting program had been invited to attend the meeting. . A cub pack, Scout troop, and Explorer Post are being sponsored by the church, composing a Scout family. Truman May Release, Expense Cut Figures ' WASHINGTON, Oct. President Truman told jeportera today that one of these day> he will make public some figures on government economy which will startl* them. He was asked at his newt conference if he had any economy brder< for other department* similar to QUICK REJEF FROM Welfare Agency Plans Changes to Speed Up Work of County Visitors Mrs. Henry Bethell, commissioner 61 public welfare in Arkansas announced today 'that policy changes were'belng made in the welfare program Ho. speed lip work of county visitors , Mrs, BDthell explained that the a\ernge case load per visitor was now about 430, and that a^total 7300 pplicutions, re still pending to be Investigated by the county visitors. ' r In Mississippi County the case load averages 409 per visitor. fe fit 4? Drivers Escape Injury When Trucks Collide Two truck drivers escaped serious Injury at 6:40 this morning in a traffic accident on the southern outskirts of Blythevllle at the intersection of Henderson Street and South Highway 61. According to state Trooper Ben Kent, who investigated, John Tubtos, Blythevllle Negro, has been arrested on a charge of failing to give the proper arm signal when making left-hand turn, as t result of the accident. • , --'..Tubbs, according to Trooper Kent, was driving > three-quarter ton pickup truck south on Highway 61 and attempted to turn his truck to the left on Henderson Street. At the same time, James P. Skipper of Memphis, who'was driving a Memphis Transport trailer-truck, attempted to Tubb''s truck. The transport truck collided with the left side of Tubbs vehicle, and overturned in a roadside ditch. No cne was Injured. Officer Kent said that Tubbs failed to give an arm 1 "signal- when he attempted to make 1 the turn and was "held responsible for: the accident." • ','• v Both trucks were heavily damaged- STOMACH ULCERS MCT* EXCESS ACID MMt IM» •«• M WM CMt VM N*M*tc On* tttrff million boltkn of tin Wii.r.ji«B TmMATMBMT SftTv be«« Bold for relief of riu« CITX DRUG COMPANY K1RBY DRlKi COMPANY . KIKBV HI-WA COMPANY KIRBV BROS. DRUG CO. , OWENS REX ALL STORE ' STEWART'S ItKIIG STORE WOODS DRUG STORE ArmoMl: ARMOREL DRUG CO. Luxora: PETTY'S PHARMACY Dell: CAYCE'S PLACE Irttkers Awarded tiraughoii Degree William Troy Reed and Thom- 11 N. Reed accepted positions •t accountants with the International H a r - vester Company of Little Rock, Arkansas, immediately upon receiving their degrees as Advanced Accountants from Draughon School of Business, Little Rock. : ••„ • The Reed Brothers are sons c Mrs. W. A. Reed of Nashvilk, 'Arkansas, having finished Nashville High School prior to entering World War II. These young brothers realized that thorougi business training is essential tr success in the business world Through their training . receive; at Draughon School of Busines; ,they are now fully qualified t ;meet the business world with feeling of security and capability The Draughon School is th only private business college ii Arkansas that is fully -accrcditei and approved by the State De partment of Education. . In .con tinuous operation since 1901, points with pride to more tha 50,000 graduates. Draughon offers thoroug training in all branches of bus: ness, included are Business Ad ministration. Accounting, Secre tarial, General Business, • Com mercial Banking, Stenograph! Salesmanship, Radio-Electronic anrl other courses. If you desire any tnftirmatio regarding business training, vb are invited to write DRAUGHO SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, Lift: Hock, Arkansas. There is no obi gation whatever on your part. e on* he gave the Defense De- artment recently. 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