The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 6, 1952
Page 12
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VMM6 TW&L.V* Doubled Hospital Costs Discussed At Convention Care Per Patient Has Jumped Greatly, Group Is Told HOT SF'IUNGS, Ark. I.W — The doubling of health and hospital costs since 1940 and the urging of hospitals to be prepared in advance for handling disasters were highlights of speeches made at the Arkansas Hospital Conven tion here yesterday. MruiHce Norby, asslslnnt dircc tor of the Amerirrin Hospital Association, safd the cost of hospKat care per patient for one day's treatment has Jumped two-and- one-half times. He -spoke at yesterday afternoon's session. He said n visit to a modern hospital by the public today will show that their hospital dollar 3s btiymg belter care iinU fasier rehabilitation, 200 Persons In 21 Homes At a morning session. Dr. M. C. Hawkins of Scnrcy said that MJ ''A hours his Scnrcy clinic treated 200 persons injured in the White County tornadoes on March 21. He recommended that n check of auxiliary lighting facilities and extra supplies of cots be made so that they can be obtained in cae of sudden emergency. He said a serious detriment to treating the tornado injured was the lack of blood plnmn. He urged each county to establish a blood bank. Officers Are Elected Officers elected yesterday in the •woman's auxiliary to the State Hospital Association 1 were: Mrs, V/. I/. Gatz Sr., ParngouM, president; Miss Ruth Rlley, Payctte- ville, vice president, and Mrs. Thelma Johnson, De Queen, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Isabell Hamilton. Little Rock, WAS elected president of the Arkansas Dietitians Association. Other officers aro Mrs, Nell Pnyn<j, North Little Rock, president-elect, and Mrs. Doris Culvers of liiltlo Rock, treasurer. The Arkansas Medical Librarians Association elected Mrs. R. C. Warren, Pint; Bluff, president; Mrs, Loula Ashbaugh, Little Rock, first vice president; Mrs. James Phillips Stebbins, Little Rock, second vice president; Mrs, Est'er Hammond, Little Rock, recording secretary, and Mrs. Frances H, Driver, Helena, treasurer. £1 cotton and installation of Arkansas Hospital Association officers will be completed today. The Arkansas Medical Librarians, Dietetic Association, Medical Auxiliary and Arkansas Anethe- fliA i fe, Arkansas News Briefs— Supreme Court to Consider Lion Oil Anti-Picket Move LITTLE ROCK—The Arkansas Supreme Court lias agreed to take under submission May 26 Lion Oil Company's effort to slop picketing at Its strikebound El Dorado chemical plant. • Normally decisions are handed down a week a/tcr case* are submitted. Chancellor W. A. Speer of EJ Dorado denied Uon's motion for a terniwrury Injunction the CIO Oil Workers on May j. If the Supreme Court overrules Sneer's action, Its finding would have the effect of a permanent Injunction. If the appellate court, sustains the chancellor, the case will go bacic to the lower court. The company has a petition lor a permanent Injunction. K the appellate court sustains Die chancellor, the case will go back to the lower court. The company has a petition Jor a permanent injunction in the lower court. AlKMAN OF MONTH—Airman First Clnss Dan H. Cnldwell. son of Mr. and Mrs- Chester caldwell of BlythevlUe, was chosen "Airman of the Month" for Aiiril at the 2587th Air Porte Ilescrve Training Center, Birmingham, Ala. The award, made on the basis of ability, nppnrance and popularity with fellow airmen, included a 510 prize am! a tlirue- day puss. A graduate of lllylhe- ville High School, he received his bachelor of arts degree from Duke University last year. (IAS. Army Thoto) Autopsy Set In Riverdale Man's Death LEPANTO, Ark. (yp) — Poln«tt County Sheriff J. Leo Wripht s nn autopsy will bn performed Wednesday on tlic body of Harold A. Dcnn. 49, who died lost Nov. 12 at his cnfc nb Llivcrdn'e, four miles north of litre. Lee said he Is holding three persons in connection with Dean's death. They arc Mrs, Vnntcen Ocaii Smith, 20, Derm's willow; Clyde Smith, 23, her present hns- bftnd and Gene Mote. All three were arrested nt Rivordaic yesterday. Lee snid the nutopsy was requested by Prosecuting Attorney Charles Ptirtlow of Iltythcvillc. Dean's death wns attributed to a heart nttnck i\t the time. Lee snid He said Mrs. Dean, who married Smith nbont three weeks nflcr her first husband's death, agreed to the autopsy. tlsts Association tire meeting In conjunction with the hospital administrators. HIS VOTE'S AFLOAT—Ulysses S, Morion, 82, will vote this year, despite Ihe fact that he has a flouting address. Once or twice, Morton says, he has been unable to vole bemuse the slate of Ohio has conlended that his floating home, near Cincinnati, is on the Ohio River, and therefore is on Kentucky property. However, the county prosecutor at Cincinnati has delivered an opinion that Morion is entitled to register and vote in Ohio. Folger's Has The People Like Best! MOUNTAIN' GROUTS' So Extra Rich in Flavor You Are Urged to rnr VS/A-G >A I.F,ss than with lesser Flavored Brands Baptist Hospital to Build Hew Addition MEMPHIS—Coiistruotlou of a 13-story, S 1/2 million dollar addition to the Baptist Hospital will start In Novcmhrr. Walter Chandler, chairman of (lie hospital advisory committee has announced. ' Tilt Board of Trustees for the hospital—supported Ijy Baptists In Tennessee, Arkansas ami Mississippi — authorized the committee to borrow $2 million In additional construction funds. Clmndtar said the addition would make Haptlst the largest non- mllitnry hospital In the south. Jury Women Selected in Murder Trial FAYETl'EVILLB—For the first time in the history of a Washington County murder trial Jury women have been selected for the panel. Three were named yesterday to hear the first degree murder trial of Riclmrd (Dlck> Hudson, 54, of Faycttcvllle. Hudson Is charged with the fatal shooting of his divorced wife, Mrs. Helen Walts, last Nov. n. McClellan Plans Two Talks in Next Week WASHINOTON-Senalor McClellan (D-Ark) .Is planning to make two addresses within (he next week, one at St. Louis on May 8 and one lei NHshi'lMc May 12. In St. Louis he Is to address the National Association of Lumber Manufacturers; in Nashville the Tennessee Businessmen's Association. Neither address, he said, will be political. lce f Cream Plant Manager Dies at Office CLARKSVILLE-W. L. Baskin, 59, plant manager of the Ice Cream Co., here for 30 years, tiled at his office yesterday. McGranery Asked to Tell How Much Power Lies in Presidency WASHINGTON IM—Senators insisted totlny that Federal Jndffe James P. McGranery lell Ihcin >rcclscly how miicli power he (links llie President, hns before .hey net on hts nomination ns nt- -orney general. The Philadelphia Jurist, nominated n month ngo to succeed Atty. den. J, Howard McOrath, told the committee ye.sterrtny he could not and would not express an opinion nbout President Trmnmi's selzur o£ the steel mills. As McGranery was called befor the Scnalc Judiciary Committee fo fl second day of questionmg, Sei: Ferguson (R-Mtcli) said he wante. Ills views on the "inherent" power Truman said he had in seizing Hi stee! industry. Similarly, Sen. Jenner (B-Ind snid lie would not be willing ( vote on McGranery's nominntio: Available fn Kt,^!ar, Drip or fin* prirxl..,in Belli l-Hi.aod 2-lb.Caru FREE! FREE! S3-I.95 RCA RECORD PLAYER Now . . . during the immlh of M;iy ""I.Y . . . Ailuni.s Appliance in- clmlcs tills $34.95 KCA 43 rpm :mlo- mntlc record plnyer with the imr- cliase (if any Frlgidaire rpom air romlilioncr! FRIGIDAIRE Room Air Conditioners Now at new LOW PRiCIS Quickly Installed in Horn* or Office How you con enjoy cool eomforl — In filtered, dehumidified air at ;uit th« MQ^I t«mpeco- hir» for you, Thii big, b»ou)j"fu! window condiliontr hai planly oi Capacily for Hie boK«il dayj — or can b» »»1 for tconomkol duty on cooUr doyi. N«w ityling by Rav- mond Lo«wy harmoniiei with any furnliV- Ingi. Powered by twin M«ter-M.ii*r mtch- omim— wirti 5*Y«ar Warranty. We'll gladly survey any rooms in your horn* or office for air conditioning— KKKK! Just call 2071. Adams Appliance Co., Inc. 206-208 West Main J. W. Adams, Sfgr. Phone 20T1 SC Postpones Work on Phone ^ate Hike Plan Actually, Residential Charges to Be Cut Under New Request LITTLE ROCK (/P)~The Arkans Public Service Commission has jstnoned until Friday considcra- on of a rate schedule by which outhwestern Bell Telephone Com(my proposes to carry out, a $3,7.000 annual increase. Actually rates be lowered om their present level. Postponement *as asked by city ttorncys for Little Rock and Fort mlth, O. D. Lvongstreth Jr.. Little Rock ty attorney, said the postpone- ent would allow city attorneys Jor her mnntctpalUles to be present. The PSC must approve the rate hectule before it can become ef- ctlve. The rate Increase of $3,177,000 ithorlzeii by the Arkansas Sueme Court compares with some r million dollars which the tele- lone company oripinally nsket] In iKUst. 1950. and about 3.6 million ollars okayed by the commission ^fore the matter went to court. Umlcr a prouosect schedule of iar/;cs submitted by Southwestern ell to the PSC yesterday, reslden- al telephone charges would be cut 0 to 75 cents a month, depending n the size of the exchange and 'pe of service. The cut would be retroactive to cpt. 21, 1950, when Southwestern ell raised its rates 4.6 million dol- irs a year. The Supreme Court or- crcd that the difference be re- Jnded with six per cent Interest Seal fllopers are eaten as n dell- acy in Newfoundland. SPRING COMES TO KOREA—Flowers, small and pale against a Korean hillside, evoke for 26-year-old Canadian infantryman Pare Andre poignant memories of happier springtimes spent in Montreal, Quebec, his iiome town. Heavily Armed Youth Sought After Escape from Officers ,-Ithout knowing first how ht, tnnds on this "very Important uestion." McGrnnery noted that the stee i ase now is before the Supreme Court. He said also that his knowl- dge of the facts in the was iinited to whnt he hns read hi the newspapers. But speaking generally, he said, ie opposes the seizure of private iroperty without due process of aw unless an extreme emergency iiade such action necessary to preserve the country and to save "the ives of our boys in \Korea." HARTFORD, Ark. (/Ft— A heavily, armed youth who disarmed a constable and a deputy sheriff and! then escaped in the deputy's prowl car is being sought by Sebastian County authorities and Arkansas State TrooperiK Sebastian County Deputy Sheriff Dave Sclph of Greenwood identified him from Merchant Marine papers us Jacob Alexander Yante, 20, of Altoona, Pa, Ynnte escaped from the Hartford city jail yesterday afternoon as he was about to be interrogated by. Selph and Constable Andy Hamilton, Selph said Yante pulled a pistol from his clothing, took puns away from the two officers, walked outside and drove a way in the deputy's oar. He had been picked up by Hamilton for Investigation. Hamilton had called the Sebastian County Sheriffs office for assistance In th? . ^Hamilton said he had taken one pistol from the youth when he fin apprehended htm. Selph said Yante was last' seen heading toward the Oklahoma state line about 5-miles west of here. 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