The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 20, 1947
Page 7
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FRIDAY, JUNK 20, 19*17 BLTTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE 8EVBN Health Agencies To Make Survey 12 Delta Counties To Be Scene of War On Venereal Diseases LITTLE HOCK. Ark. June 20 <UP>—The state Health Department, today prcpircd to iatmeh a l?iOTimtj' cami>aii;n against syphil- islljpieli has been designed to reach possi'BI 90 per cent of the ciis^s in Ihc state. Dr. T. T. Ross, stale health officer. s akl, The program will be launched July 1 with assistuncc from the United States Public Health Service and will be known as the HclU Plantation Survey. It will he under the supervision of Dr. E. J. Easley heart of the stale dcparlmenl's Ve nereal Disease Cor.trol Division, am •tile area to be covered includes Mississippi County. The survey will beain in St. Francis County, where it has brcn indorsed by the Counly M'd'-sil So ciety and the Farm Bureau Federation, and will he extended to these iidciilional counties; G'riUciideii. Mississippi, Phillips, Lre. Monroe. Arkansas, Dcshn, Chicot, Ashley Drew and Lincoln. Dr. Easley said the survey would cost approximately S«B.CCO ])lu s the salaries o[ various state and Federal technicians. lie estimated the project would take about, a year to complete, and thai between ISO.Ool) and 200,CCO persons would be Riven blood tests during that time, H is expected thai about 2D.OOO cases 01 Ibe disease will be uncovered by Ihe survey, the doctor sakl. Dr. Easley pointed out about 00 per cent of prevalent syphilis i i 'Arkansas was in that lialf of the stale beloV an imaginary line extending diagonally from IJlythcvillc tctj^xarkana, adding that he bases ht!» estimates on selective service aiijHheaith department records. •Jnf educational team will precede Ihe technicians in the areas to be visited, outlining the bcnuiits that Signboard "Swimmer" Takes Plunge Mississippi Editor Dies i, Miss., June 20 <U1>) --Viiiuui ll.inL'y Hues, editor and publisher ,il Ihe Columbus Commer- cial-.\|i|H-ni wiui atleiulnl tin' I'an- Animran conference at ll.ivana as a s.r<vi:i] iisslslant In fovdi'll Hull, died \\Yilnpsday In his r>Klh year, lie «us ;i nalivi: <jj Mississippi. 'i'lie Ailjulanl Cicncral reserves Hie rij'hl lo urn-pi liny or lo ro- je.'. nil l>lil. s i""' '" waive any 111- loim.illtk'.-i In bidding. .loan II. Webb 1,1. Col, F. A. Assist. Adj. Clou. TO l!ii)i)!:i;.s Ni'Mnl bid s will be received in the "HUT of the Adjutant Gene: 1 -1 «l Arkimsns Nutlonul Guurd. l.iule fli>;-k, Ark., up to 1 o'clock, p.m.,' •Monday. June Mill, lor corlutn re-1 pairs lo lliii National Ciuanl Armory, cm ner Second and Sycamore | Etrc.'is. Ulythuville, Ark., including i... .. «;.,,,,. r „„ a new root over purl of sum-.'. •"">,<•' " «"d a ,,ew wain- service. • ,l )un ,.l' 1 ". >™' r fiiwifinillons for Ibis work may "liicli'iic '» "«' be (b'.iiiLied from il;c oflice ol I class running tinier. Uni'll s. llriinson, Aichllect. First Ke.isotialiluclinri'.cs. National ii.r:ik Huildini;. lllythevill", rhaiiics o[ assault ulth a tlini|;rr»ii:i uea])on. CliiimblcK.s was a nephew <vf Vl'";ll i':iil Mini mown of Menu, Ark lu'il in advance. SINGER SEWING CENTER 111 W. (Main SI. l:::.S..;V LiUe a tfir'an! it:, cosily movie set, these signboards a I CliilUcotlic, Mo,, gel a realistic touch from Lhe llooil waters In which they arc partly submersed. The t.lgnhoard "swimmer" appears lo be ycllhiB an uclii'.il clunking, and the .soft drink botlle. is amply chilled. (NEA Tolcplioto.) Girl is Killed MAI.VKRN. Ark., junc 20. mi'!-- Shortaae Ends Funeral services were held ycsterd-iy j 3 . . 'for. Flora Mae Wailc, slx-yc»r-oU Acute Teacher can b? expected from sn'onultins: lo the tests. 15r. Ea.slcy said department officials will then follov. 1 , pivim! blood tests to voluntary p.>r- ticjipants. Most of the patients | found infected will be sent, to the. United Stales Health Center at Hoi Springs for the 14-tla.y rapid trcv.- | meiit, while some will be referred to local ' health units or private physicians for treatment. I Better Food Consistently! That's right! Delhi Oafu lias offered its^patrons - good "food ijvcry lime they've tome in to dine. You won't find a snmeiics.! of menu £ icr, continual variety in iiuiri- .LS dishc.s yon love. 3ur private dinino; room now '>pen for additional silling .space. Conic in tonight! lr\ DELTA CAFE So. Highway 61 Phone 3685 •LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 20. (UP) — Tile State Education Department reported today that '.nc acute teacher shortage in Arkansas hus ended. Education commliisloner flaiph H. Jones said that practically nil nigh .schools have filled all teaching positions and said that the situation is casing in the elementary schools — although sonic grade schools still seek Instructors. ' '• In recent years the shortage of teachers has been very acute. last night o[ Injuries suflcred Monday night i n a liKhl at a baseball game. He was struck with a IJASC- ball ha | Donald Nash, a, member of l>jr oppusinti team, is bcin^ hel:l on Arkansans Urge Truman To Approve Labor Bill •LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. June 20. (UP) — John Dagpett, spokesman lor the Arkansas Free Enterprise Association, revealed bore today that President, Truman "graciously received" ail Arkansas delegation on June 4 urging thai he sign the COP labor control bill. ."We told the President,'that we believed that signing .of "the measure would be to the best interests of the South and the Democratic Party," Daegctl said. i iHe refused to comment on the' President's reaction to their visit. I Daggctl "was accompanied by jy i '"»m Leigh of pit tic'Reck ami- .'.I. E. Caughan'of efarhden. mem^ bers of Ihe association, and Dr. R. B. Robins of Camden, Democratic National Comniittccman from Arkansas. Fight at Ball Game Fatal for Oklartoman HUGO, Okla., A \Jime 20. (UP) • Funeral services were held hero today for Jack*Chamb,lcss who dljid daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. EXiy Walte or Point Cedar, w |,o was killed in a fall from a horse yesterday. Point Cedar is In Western Hot Spring county. IT'S A PLEASURE WHEN EVERYTHING RUNS SMOOTHLY A cranky, troublesome ear can ruin a'perfect vacation. Make Kiirc your car is in A-1 condition before you start off for vacalionhtnd. Drive in today and k( our expert staff check your ear from bumper lo bumper. Tune up the motor, adjust flit; brakes, change oil—do everything no important' to your car's "heallh" and yonr happiness <ind safety. CMC TRUCKS PHONE 519 OLDSMOB1LE LEE MOTOR SALES INCORPORATED Rugs Cleaned Safely! • Cnrcftil hnmllint; 'ijilc^ur.ul-; f.i]- or and toxttiros. Huvo them clcHiK'cl wliilfi you're vic'itionin^. Complete resizing. \v>rk yuar- iinteMl! PEERLESS CLEANERS 41B So. Franklin Plume 2133 AMBROSIA CAKE SPECIALS to Give the Family a Treat 79c Thick, 2-lay or Cako, covered wifh mixed frosli fruits and tender, Shroddod Coconnut. On Sale Saturday Only! GRAND OPENING Club Velvet Presents: TSA Star of staye and screen, Kenny Sarf/enl and his world-famous voice and orchestra, features Ihe voices not only of Savgcnt but of Hob Ko/wr and Munj Jane, fit ruble. Coming Direct From The Pan-American Club, Mobile, Ala. FOR ONE WEEK Beginning Junc 25, through July 1 Four hundred scaling capacity, air comlilionrd, iuos( Ijciuitiful roddail lounge in the slalr. Catering to ladies antl jjoiillciiR'ii nt dislinclion. Specializing in Steaks, Sea Food, Chicken Located near intersection of Highways 61 and 84, Hayli, Mo. For reservation, call Caruthersv.ille, 1.29,; Hdyti 294 Second and Ash Streets Call 2611 Call 261 1 Standard Esso Gas & Oil ALL BRANDS PREMIUM OILS We feature the PHARIS Backed by a Triple Written Guarantee I'lmri;; I'UHK rtlTHBHK tiros tako the bumpx in the road easily— jfivc at the point of impact. Tlilg pr«- veiit.s injury lo the tiro itself . . . insures longer lifa! See the PHARIS lire will) Iripli! wrillcn cuaranle* At WILSON AUTO SKUVICI': before you buy nnylhing liny where! ...... HOMER" wlLSON""Ownc"r"irMg"rr Expert Washing and Lubricating ALL CARS VACUUM-CLEANED WILSON AUTO SERVICE Minnie Lee Jones, Studio ANNOUNCING Summer Classes in Piano Reasonable Rates . Enrol. How Phone 2994 or Write Miss Jones 807 Chickasawba Blylhoville, Ark. FARM LOANS f You can now .secure Ihe most iiUnii-llvn (ami Innn In history. $ low rntrn of Interest, extremely lonu Ifiin.s'-wllh lllwrnl prcpayt 'A pvivileiies. Pnicllcally no expense iitlnched. If your presenl >J loan does not benr less l.liiiu r>% Inlenvst you will certainly be In- V ten-sled lu iiur I'nrin Umn«. Unlimited inmmnl nvnllablo, Such nh '*< oDiHirluiilty tuny never exlsl. aijiiln, Hu If you wlali lo finance or jj lelhmnco. u'rlte or see. A. F. DIETRICH r /« I'nllnl liism'iiiii 209'/j W. IMnin ~ 4J Ark. V | ;» : >]>"«"»;>;:«!>^>:>;>:i* 1 All oi Your Life Insurance Needs General American Life Ins. Co. E. H. F<JRD, Distiia Manager l-ynch nitlg. lliisini-sH I'hone 2R11 Res. 3185 I)H. Mll/1'ON 10. WKIIIJ Opliirnclrlsit n» Cast Main nijthevlll*, >rk. What Is It? Where Is Ir? THE RAZORBACK >>->i>i>>!>"*^»>>>;>>>>>;!O>>;x>>^^ !«: I'ayroli and Income Tax Service >: >; > itii; anil (leneral Seerelarinl Service it LARRY KNEAS Public Accountant & Auditor X IOD E. HIain !*• Jlilydii'villp, Ark. Res. Phone 3715 J»| Office Phonel69 >= It's a Cinch, Folks You're hound to look coo! . . . !in c(ia] if yon scud your clothes to be cleaned by us. Individual care given eacli garment. DIAL 474-475 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 "The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ T«. s^n. .f PETROLEUM Pr»i«l«u» «<TTIC« PRODUCTS •* Oilll

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