The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1950 · Page 12
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PAGE TWKT,VJ« H (ARK.V COUUTE* WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1950 Action on Draft Bill Sought Soon Vinson Seeks fo Speed Committee Vote on Two-Year Extension WASHINGTON. May 10. (IP) — Chairman Vinson <D-Gnl of the House Armed Services Coinmiltec .said loday he is trying to hurry House action on a bill to extend the draft for l\vo more years, Vinson said lie ivas poiiig before the Rules CommilU-c lo ask Hint procedure he set up under which the bill will be debated. The draft law expires June 24. and Vinpon wants Ihc House lo take up the proposed extension Immediately after il finishes with the penning appropriations bill. Vinson said he expects (he House lo approve the draft extension measure which provides thai no induction will be made until Congress has declared a national emergency requiring an increase in Ihe armed strength This plan was approved unanimously by Vinson's committee lasl week in recommending other important changes in the law. Among Ihc proposed changes [s a curb on Ihe President's power In take over war-essential Industries unli] aflcr Congress declares the emergency. May Oinil IS-Year-Olds Under the present law. the Muni- lions Board controls rirafl calls, and the President has the power lo seize Industries lo speed up materials needed by lhe armed forces or Ihe Atomic Energy Commission. The Armert Services Commillcc also proposed striking out the provision in the Selective Service law aulhorizing Ihe Army lo take In 110,000 13-year-old enlistees. The present law provides that a man once inducted has to serve 21 months unless discharged for valid reasons. Men between the ages of 18 and 26 are registered but Ihc Army has called for no inductions since January. 1949. The committee favored specifying a two-year lerm for prospective inductees. However, il recommended adding a provision lo Ihe law giving the President power to order reserve components and retired personnel in the armed forces to active duty for 21 months in case of an emergency. Should a reserve be less than 19. however, il was proposed lhal lie be given an honorable release upon his application or that ol his parents. Doctor Claims Attitude Ills Are Exaggerated DENVER IAP>—He probably is In for some arguments, but Dr. Robert B, Patterson of Loveland, Colo,, thinks the harmful physical effects of high altitude.* are greatly exaggerated—at least for the d of altitudes Colorado has. Writing In (lie Rocky Mountain Medical Journal, Dr. Patterson listed mineral oil, sunburn lotion and hard candy as the only mcdlcine.s a normal flat lander needs to offset symptoms of the altitude here. The mineral oil should be used to lubricate dried nasal pa&sngc.s. lotion to guard against sunburn \vhtch comes with deceptive swiftness in the rarefied air, and the hard candy to prevent, throat dry- nc-5, But he had a word of warn- for thoes not in the best of health. The yshould beware of reacting to the bracing mountain air by indulging in excessive exercise. Television Beats Radio CHICAGO CAP)—The new Chicago classified telephone directory is notable for two reasons. The publisher, the Ruben H. Donnellei Corp., .says its the largest ever printed in the U.S. And, for the first time, television listing (EU8) exceed radio listings (520). With the Courts Chaurery: Eileen C. Polls vs. Leon H. Polls, suit for divorce, Jcwcpll O. McCain vs. Mary O. McCain, suit for divorce. Mrs. ilattic Fisher and Gratly Kiiirbanks vs. Blytlicvillc Propane Company, Inc., suit to obtain a total of S75.000 in damages caused from explosion on Feb. 1 al Ihe Fisher home. Paul Lloyd and Fred L. Steadman, doing business us Ihe Planl- er.s Fiyitit? Service, vs. David M. Barlon. suil lo colled $1.872, on account. Nem" made I to appearance. It was filled with stories of good public relations handling. New manuels were Issued for P.E, officers. I,, Washington Ihc new policy was made manifest by such little things as establishment of an intercommunication system between public relations chiefs of the three services. Previously, the Navy hadn't been on much beller than polite but dist.inl sneaking terms. Now Ihe Navy doesn't start on new public relation moves without consulting the oilier .services. National, the Navy began lo "sell" Admiral Sherman. H was no mere accident thai in one week his picture appeared in four colors on the covers of two national weekly magazines, anrt he wrote the lead article in another. / Currently there are five movie crews on location with the Navy, coveting cverylhine; from frog men lo submarines and guided missiles. The Navy is mote in evidence 'on radio and television. Public speakers are out. There are more open houses at naval bases and aboard ships when they pull inlo porl. By program of internal education, every man jack is being uiiKhl lo be a public relalions represenl- alive. Finally. Captain Crnnimelin has been .silenced—temporarily til least —by retirement from aclive duly, for Ihe good of Ihe service. The new emphasis will be on preventing any more Incidents thai will be embarrassing lo the whole naval establishment Maybe, il won't, work. Bui if il docs, there should be a lot less dislinily in the armed services, and a more constructive effort to in- strucl Ihc public on the part sea power hns played in American his- EDSON Continued from Page 8 results. In January Ihe Navy held a publci relations seminar al Pensacola, Fla. Naval reserve officers who were in public relations work In civilian lite were called tack for a week's refresher course on the new Navy and its changes in weapons since Word War II. Then these officers were turned loose for another week with instructions lo develop a new public relations program for the Navy. It was adopted. Hi? Brass Pot To Work The rc.sulls were soon apparent. Admiral Sherman put out an order that henceforth public relations were to be considered a function of command. The old practice of shoving public relations off on some two or 2',4-slriper and forcglllng it was brought to an end. commanding Officers at bases were told to take personal charge nnd starl practicing public relations at home, in their own districts. II wenl even farlhcr lhan thai. A new slogan was adoptee. "Public Relations Is an All-Hands' Job." A, weekly "Public Relations News Lclter" was sent out, In April a new publication, "Public Relalions Uiry, In keeping warfare away from the U, S. shores. NOTICK Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with Ihe Commissioner of Revenues ol the Slat* of Arkansas for permil lo sell and dispense beer al relail on (lie premises described as 813 S. 1st, filythc- villc. Mississippi County. The undersigned stales that he is a clti7.cn of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude: Ihat no license lo sell beer by the undersigned tia-s been revoked wilhin live years last past: and that Ihe undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this slale, or nny other state, relalivc to Ihe sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on Ihe 1 day of July. 1850. and lo expire on Ihe 30 day of June, 1351. Mary Burrell Donncrson Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9 day of May 1950. Mr.s. Marshall Biackard Notary Public My Commission expires: 3 : 9;53. 5-10-50 NOTICE Notice is hereby given thai the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues ol the Sl:<te of Arkansas for pern,It to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 2023 Rose, Blythevillc, Mississippi County. The undersigned stales thai he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, Ihat he has never been convicted ol a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; lliat no llccn£9 lo sejl beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past,; and Ihat lh» undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this slate, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the Isl day of July 1930, and to expire on the 30 day ot, June. 1051 Robert Pearson Suhscribfd nnd sworii to before me this 9 day of May '350. , Mrs. Marshall Biackard (Notary Public) My Commission expires: 3 953. 5-10-5!) NOTICK Notice Is hereby piven that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues o! the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at reitiil on the premises described as 301 Elm, Bly- Ilieville. Mississippi County. The undersigned stales that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, thai he has never' hcon convicted of a felony or oilier crime Involving moral turpitude; Ihat no license lo sell beer by Ihe undersigned has been revoked within five years last pasl; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this stutc. or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permil to be issued for operation beginning on Ihf 1st day of July 1950. and to expirt on the 30 day of June. 1951. Lucille RockeU. Subscribed and sworn '.o before me this 9 day of May 1050. Mrs Marshall Biackard i Notary Public) , My commission expires: 30'53. 3-10-501 | NOTICK i 1 Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with Ihe Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale ol Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on Ihe premises described at 111 So. Division. Blythevillc, Mississippi County. The undersigned stales lhal he Is a cilia-n of Arkansas, of ?ood moral character, thai he has never been convlctcr! of a felony or olhei crime involvina moral turpitude; that no , license to sell beer by the undcr- I signed lias been revoked wilhin five | years last past; ami that the tm! drrsi^nrd has never been convicted ' of violating the laws of this stale ' or any other state, relative to the side oi Mrohollc liquors. '• AppMcaUun is tor permil to be Issued ior oin-ration beginning on Ihe 1st rhiv of July 1950, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1351. Eihcl Boyett SubHTsbed and sxvorn to before me tii-: 9 day of May 1950. Elizabeth Mason (Notary Public) • Mv ommission expires: 4-26-5-i. MOTHER'S DAY Sunday, May 14 • I'iinKburn's Candies • Corday Cologne • Airmaid Nylon Hosiery And Many Oilier Inexpensive Gift* BARNEY'S DRUG West Alain GASOLINE — TRACTOR FUKl. — KEKOSENE rUHI, OIL _ DlKSEL KUEl, OIL & GREASE G. 0. POETZOILCO. 2089—Phone—2089 Office: 110 W. Walnul Hulk Plant: Promised Land x Howdy, Pardner! Enjoy... Sunny Brook BRAND Corrugated Mefol Culverts the whiskey thots erfu/ as its /Vame Shrs up In 81 in. Autnmatic I'lootl Gates Concrete Culvert Tile S firs up to 3G in. Concrele Septic Tanks .Mela] Septic Tanks Si-vver Tile i first I'rircs We Deliver A. H WEBB Highway fit al Slate Line I'hnnc 111 Our Tclcplume Number 438 8S PROOF KENTUCKY WHISKEY-A BLEND McKesson & Kubliins. Inc. 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Three-year average al Delta Su'-shitinn 712 pounds lint per acre. Other production rcuirds in l!ll!l: At Mariamia — 8!)2 pounds per acre; At Hope —628 pounds per acre: In Cniifjhead County—722 pounds per acre. 1% holl. Predominately five-locked. Easy picked by hand or machine. Seed are of hixh termination. See Your Ginner or RAY F. PRICE 11 I West Walnut Blyfhevilie, Ark I'hone 2271... Long Distance 13 ANHYDROUS AMMONIA Don'l t.ihc less lh:in ihc best! We can supply (he fertilizer .TIKI applj It Ihc way the jnh should he dime. For prompt service call 6581 or 1388. Lowest Applicaling Prices Available. • SCRAPE & WEIDMAN Agricultural Service Soulh mRlm.iT Bljlhcvlllc !OW IS THE TIME! Use MIXED FERTILIZERS j To Get j More Cotton! And wilh loday'j rcdured cotton I acreage It's even more important f for you to increase Ihc yield per I acre Thai's vrhal our fertilizer* I can do for roil I We have on hand all of tht I most cnmmnnl} uscrt grades of j mixed fertiliser- and nitrate of | snrU. Get yours no* and pul tlown while sufficient sujiplii ( are available. ORDER NOW! Blytheviiie Fertilizer Corp. Highway 61 South Phone 4471

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