The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1950 · Page 10
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PACT 1*M BIATHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL M, 19M Poison Gas Materials Used to Fight Cancer rruk Carer < Trr** Seterice Reporter WASHINGTON, April 29. (IP)— A •ew and apparently more effective method was announced today of using the "nitrogen mustards"— one-lime poison materials—against human cancer. "Remarkable" shrinkage of treated tumors and complete relief of p»!n In. ten hopelessly advanced easee were described by the Am- nrican cancer society. All Responded ' Bevtn of the ten have died but all responded to some extent to treatment. Th shrinkage occurred, however, only In tumors directly treated. Related, but non-treated growth, were not deminlshed. The new method enables doctors to'. concentrate virtually the full wallop of the nitrogen mustards •gainst certain tumors. ' Up to now, such chemicals have been injected into the veins of patients. Used that way, they have had only limited usefulness, being spread throughout the whole body, with diluted effect. Fed Into Arteries Under the new method, they are Injected not into the veins but Into arteries directly feeding specific, cancer areas. Thus used, they have shown a" ability In preliminary trials to affect types of cancer unresponsive to other technique. •. The scientists have launched a search for some other chemical which might make the new tech- nique'even more effective. : The "encouraging" results In ten hopeless malignancies of the brhln, mouth, nose, neck and leg were reported ; by researchers of George Washington University's depart- Bient of. surgery. They warned that severe reactions —including convulsions—c a n accompany the treatment, adding that Injudicious use might produce [he death of. all normal tissue within a treated area. Very small doses are used. Vision Restored .The -American Cancer Society, which supported the research and made public the report, said that one r patient's brain tumor, "had •o impaired his,vision that he was able to distinquish only light from dark. After treatment he was able ,to • read large news print." Both 'institutions emphasized the technique is still experimental and for the present will be tried only in cues beyond help by other methods. : , ' . ' : ' % They cautioned further that in Its present- stage of development, at least, the method does not constitute * chemical cure for cancer in Uhe ; same way that surgery, . radium or x-ray can sometimes cure the disease.,. TWO IN THE BUSH -- This winged headgear,' modeled by Penny Karno in Chicago lor a reason that's not apparent, Is called "Doves in Flight.". It'« mad* oX navy blue and white Italian straw. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stat* of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as Leachville, Mississippi county. The undersigned states thiit he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral May Day Queen Named at Negro Grade School Clarice Randolph, fifth - grad student at the Robinson Negrt School," last night was named queen of the May Day Festival to be con ducted at the school Monday. Her selection was made last nigh at a meeting at the school, wher a health film was shown. Candi dates from each of the grades wer represented and the elimination was held last night. Her attendant are to be Ollie Evans, sixth grade Elizabeth Palmer, fourth grade Janie simms. third grade; an Enrline Young, second grade. May Day activities .will start at 8:30 a.m. Monday, when the second grade students are hosts at a May Day Breakfast, and will continue through the remainder of the day. Awards to outstanding students are to be made at the breakfast. At 10:30 a.m. the school and community leaders will complete a campus beautificatlon program with plant- Ing of spring flowers. The coronation Is to be conducted In the afternoon prior to a campus parade. A May Pole dance, gypsy dance, calisthenics, action songs, races and R'soft ball game will conclude the events. H. B. Richardson ;peaks of Annual banquet for FT A Employers and employes connected wilh the distributive education rosram >t Blytheville High School ast night heard H. B. Richardson, nanager of the Blytheville office of irkansas-Missourl Power Compa- ly, discu-w the value of the «hool and part-time work combination. In his address, made last night it the annual banquet of the Fu- ure Tradesmen of Arkansas at tlie Rustic Inn, Mr. Richardson also itressed the Importance of under .landing and practicing the Ideals of American Is tn at this time. Approximately to high school students and their employers attended he banquet. D. G. Elliott, program ooordina- or, acted as toastmaster, an introduced Mr. Richardson. Paul McDanlel, an employe of the Blytheville Courier News under the distributive education plan, spoke briefly on the employe's view of the program. W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of Blythevllle schools also spoke to the group. COTTON - 4 Post Bonds In Vice Case At Leachville Four of the five Leachville residents charged with contributing to the delinquency of minors In connection wltli the vice raid on a Leachville residence last week were free under $250 bonds today following their arrest yesterday. Posting bonds were Arline Robinson, Van J. RIggs, J. T. Turnbow and a 19-year-old yoiilh whose name was not revealed. Mrs. Leila Staudcnmire, owner of the residence, also was arrested and is being held in the county Jail here. Her bond, Deputy Sheriff Floyd liurris of Leachville said, has been set at $500, She Is also charged with operating a bawdy house. Joe Sando, the sixth person lor whom a warrant for arrest was ob-. taincd yesterday, Is itill being; sought.- Trial dates for thos* arrested have not been set. ' Negro Deaths Funeral sen-Ices for Rosl« Mason, 02, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the First Negro Baptist Church by Rev. T. H. Haywood, pastor, with burial to be at Yarbro Cemetery under the direction of the CasUm Funeral Home. She died Thursday at her home on Souiji First Street. Her husband, jjSP Mason, a daughter, India. Turner of Battle Creek, Mich., survive her. The present Cape Hntteras, N.O., lighthouse was completed In 1890. NAVIGATION AID—The sign indicates there is a road here, but with the flooding Red River of the North sprawled all over the countryside, the sign serves as a channel marker for army ducks, which are now the chief means of transportation near Noyes, Minn. The sign stands along Highway 75. the main route from Western Minnesota to Winnipeg, Manitoba. The Red was still rising when this picture was taken. (AP Wlrephoto.) Oak wilt Is a fungus disease killing all varieties of oaks. character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; a'nd that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this slate or any oilier state, relative to Ihe sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for iiermlt to be issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July 1950, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1951. James Franklin Barnes Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 28th day of April 1950. Elizabeth Mason <Notniy Public) My Commission expires: 4-26-54. 4-29-50 Continued from Page 1 during Colton Week. Twelve stores have been entered to date in the window display contest being conducted by Blytheville merchants in connection with the observance of County Cotton Week. In addition to $50 In cash awards to be made to the three top-ranking displays, a sliver loving cup Is to be presented the firm with the outstanding display. Cockrell Trails Contest Contest rules were announced today bjr James R. Deal, chairman of the Cotton Week activities being sponsored in 'Mississippi County by the Mississippi County Far. Bureau, and Bnrney Cockrell, contest.chair- man. The rules state that the loving cup will be retained by the winner for n year, and then passed on to the next winner. The firm winning the first pluce three consecutive years will have permanent possession of the cup. The cup is to have the following Inscription: "Donated by the First National Bank in Blytheville to Colon Week," Rldng with the name of the winning store and the year. II will be on display at Guard Jewelry Store. To Be Judged Wednesday The niles also point out that the windows must have a cotton theme and that .the judges were to consider originality, the cotton promotion theme, neatness, effort and arrangement. Mr. Cockrell said that, all entries must be received before midiilgh* Monday. Results of Wednesday's judging will be announced in the Thursday Usue of the Courier News. The first prize will be »25 and the loving cup; second will be $15; and third, $10. Entries Listed Entries include: the left Iront window at Planters Hardware Company, to be decorated by G. V. Workman; the right window of Wade" "Furniture Company, to be decorated by L. Berry, Jr.; and the center J. C. Penney Co. window, decorated by Miss Deity Hundley. • The west window of Rothrock Drug Store, .decoraled by P. C. HOOVER Continued from Page 1 source. In New Delhi, Indian officials said the proposal was "Inopportune and undesirable." Well-informed semi-official circles in Wellington, New Zealand, were inclined to regard the Hoover suggestion as "highly Inflammable" and held that the U.N., with nil Its defects, "still holds a ray ot hope for peace." In Karachi, Pakistan, a foreign office spokesman s_ald: ''The United Nations without Communist nations would be a different organization. It would be sectional body. Humanity would be divided into two blocs and the very purpose of maintaining peace in the world would end." "Be Discouraged" • This ofliclnl said the proposal should be discouraged at all costs Australian newspapers scarcely mentioned the plan. Observers pointed out that without the Communist nations ns U.N. members the Democracies would be Incapable of achieving an understanding with Russia. These persona said the west should not shoulder the heavy responsibility of closing the door to peace, but should leave It open. Former Prime Minister Ba Maw of Burma said "a split world in the present universal tension would be dow. decorated by Barney Cockrell Jr.; the left and right front windows at Meads, to be decoraled bj Herb Childs; Miss Whitsitfs Shop to be decorated by Mrs. Gage Clark and Mrs. Mildred Ramey; House o Charm, to be decorated by Snn Parker. Rothrock; the east window of Mnr- tin and Son, decoraled by Calvin Hill; the cast window of Hubbard Hardware, decorated by Leon Jones; Ihe west window of the Firestone Store,' decorated by Leon Schcrer; the west window of Guard Jowelry, decorated by Miss Evelyn Totnlin- son and Miss Lunell Overman; Barney's Friendly Shoes' east wln- TRUMAN'S CHOICE-Slumey Woodward, above, chief of protocol in the Slate Dcparlment, is reported to be President Truman's personal choice as U. S. ambassador to Canada. Woodward would succeed the late Laurence Steinhardt, killed in a recent plane crash near Otlawa. SHOW STARTS 7:30 P.M. Saturday 'TORNADO RANGE" Eddie Dean, Roscoe Ales Saturday Midnite Show STARTS 10:« P.M. "THE FEATHERED SERPENT" ROLAND WINTERS as Charlie .Chan Sunday & Monday "HOLD THAT GHOST' with Abbott i Costelio Report of Condition of The First National Bank in Blytheville in the Sfale of Arkansas, at the close of business on April 2(, 1950. I'uhlishfirt in response to call made by comptroller of the currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, Including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection..„ S2,483,OGO.T4 United Slates Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 2,410.260.98 Obligations of Stales and political subdivisions 3S2.263.45 Corporate stocks (Including $8,400.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 8,400.00 Loans and discounts (Including $2.859.43 overdrafts) 2,016,722.86 Bank premises owned $64,898.10, furniture and fixtures $15,210.93 80,169.63 SEEKS DIVORCE - At st Tliomas, Virgin Islands, Mrs lla R.ie Meyers Hied suit for divorce from former MaJ.-Gen. Gennetl E Meyers, now serving a prison senlence for Inducing a (ormei business associate to lie to Senate fnvesligator* about Meyerj- undercover war profits. more disastrous than a split atom. 1 Former cabinet .minister Ba Pe agreed with the Hoover idea am said that rather than have the So viet use the U.N. as a propaganda forum, they should be excluded. In Bangkok a foreign office offi clal said Thailand would follow lh lead of the United Stales. Observer said Ihe country, looking to th U.S..for financial, military and oth er aid, would not take any ste; counter to American desires. Industrialized incubation has fur thered the broiling chicken busi ness. ARCHIE LOVELACE Now Open For Business .... We offer you the services of ,lim Carulhers, master 'plumber, whose 25 years of experience assure you of the expert workmanship you have always received in the past from our concern. 311 North 6th Rhone 2186 TOTAL ASSETS $1,390,817.66 LIABILITIES Demand deuosils ot Individuals, paiirtcrships, and corporations $5,147,151.49 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 866,231.10 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 29,124.-t2 Deposits of Stales and political subdivisions 941,582.43 Deposits of banks 21,143.98 Olher deposits (certified 01 id cashier's checks, etc.).... 61.66S.68 TOTAL DEPOSITS $7,066,902.70 TOTAI, LIABILITIES $1,066,902.70 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: Common stock, total par $150,000.00 150,000.00 Surplus 130,000.00 Undivided profits 43,974.96 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 323,974.96 TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $7,390,871.5« MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes ( 105,000.00 State ol Arkansas, County of Mississippi, s»: I, Jack 0. Owen, cashier of the. above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Jack C. Owen, Cashier. Correct—Attest: I. M. Regenold H. H. Houchlns - Chester CMdwell, Directors. Sworn lo and subscribed before me this 27lh day of April 1950 <Seal) Jesse Taylor, Notary Public. SKYLINE T 1!/2 Miles North of Blytheville on Highway 61 Saturday Only Sunday and Monday >res neve 3 dull moment SAMUEt GOVDWYN pr.., n i CARY GRANT TORETTAYOUNG DAVID NIVEN JAMES CLfASO" «rirt HURTY WOOLLcl - GUTASOH CC-PPIR m^uuiM •luniicMiTCHCLiBOvcuoiR • oirKidi ii HEURT HOSIER Screen Play br Pnbtrl F Sfitrwoflrf and Icoflaido Bercovid fiom t)n»ov«1 byRpberl Haitian SHOE REPAIRING SAVES MONEY! Prompt Service Expert Workmanship , H-flLTCRS OUHLITY SHOE SHOI 121 W. M O I N S T. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday 'RED DESERT" with Don Barry Cartoon & Serial - Saturday Owl Show "RAIDERS OF THE DESERT" with Maria Monlez and Turhan Bey Also Cartoon Sunday Monday & Tuesday "BRIDE FOR SALE" Claudette Colbert Roland Younjf, George Brent Warner News S: Short NEW Box Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Matinee Saturdays & Sundays .Mat.-Sun. ] p.m. Cnnt. Shnwii Manila, Ark. Saturday "RENEGADES OF THE SAGE" wilh Charles Slarretl and Smiley Burncll Saturday Owl Show "THE MAN THEY COULD NOT HANG" with Boris KarlolT Also Shorts Sunday & Monday "12 O'CLOCK HIGH' with CSrcgory Peck and Dean J^sgcrs Also Shorts WE BUY AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 THAU STREET RANDOLPH SCOTT-ROBERT RYAN G£GftGE-ut,'nAY£S-AMiEFFREYS 7 ,f* MAD I SORT Diana LYNN Bob HOPE Lucille BALL WILLIAM BRUCI DEMAREST • CABOT Paul IM« • Mary Jan« Saundxn Color Cartoon Funnv C'omed\ MONTH HALF, in "Timber Trail" BLVTMEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATDF OWL SHOW 11:15 Pat O'Brien in 'BROADWAY AI,SO JKAN PORTER in "Two Ulomlcs and A Keel Head" SERIAL • CARTOON Sun.-Mon. • 2 Rig Hils BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Irieixl JOHN DIANA DON LUND-LYNN-DEFORE -MARIE WILSON ,."„'. ALSO NEWS • CARTOON RAW DEAL W 5TAARING Dennis O'KEETI Chite TREVOK Marsha Hut

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