The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 28, 1949
Page 12
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f PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Truman Leaves For Vacation President and Full Party to Spend 3 Weeks in Key West WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. (/I-) — President Trumnn left todny for Key West, Pla., where he will spend the next tlircc weeks resting and working. Virtually the full While House staff was aboard the presidential plane, "Independence," ns ft took off at 8:31 a.m. (EST) for the four- hour flight to Boca Clilcn Airport. The President and his parly will drive the eight and a halt miles from the airport to the Key Submarine Station where, he will make his headquarters for the seventh time. The "Little Whit* House" there was chined up for his arrival. Presidential Press Secretary Charles G. Ross said tn advance that Mr. Truman expected (o "carry on business as usual" at Key West. The threat of a resumption of the coal strike huns over the presidential vacation. However, members of his sia/f said they were hopeful that negotiations might be resumed between John L. Lewis and the coal operators to permit an extension of the present uneasy truce. The presidential staff Included aides Clark M. Clifford, special counsel, and John R. steelman, presidential assistant who advlse.s on economic and labor matters. Hears Margaret The President was delighted by the warm reception given his daughter, Margaret, at her concert performance in Constitution Hall yesterday. The 25-year-old singer had both her parents and her grandmother, 89-year-old Mrs. David Wallace of Independence, Mo., In the sell-out audience. Tears of fatherly pride ^listened In the President's eyes when hts daughter concluded her first number and the audience broke out Into applause. She sang one encore number, "Smilin' Through," apparently especially .for her Dad. ; "I almost tore up two programs in the excitement," he confided afterwards. Mrs. Truman and Margaret are going along to Florida with the President to spend about a week. The party also Includes Secretaries Ross. Matthew J. Connelly and William D. Hassett, MaJ. Gen. Harry Vaughan, Army aide; Rear Admiral Robert J. Dcnnison. Nnvul aide; and the stale Department chief ol protocol, Stanley Woodward. Mr. Tinman's staffers say they expect the President to have cabinet and other advisers in from time to time if problems develop which require their attention. CHURCH LEADER—Margaret Mealey of Oakland, Calif., above, has been named executive secretary of the National Council of Catholic Women, Washington, D. C. Miss Mealey will co-ordinate the nationwide program ol the NCCW, which is a federation of 6000 Catholic women's groups throughout the United Stales, with membership of 6,003,000. COVER THE EARTH Complete Paint Service On the Finest Line Available Sherwin Williams BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. W. H. "Hill" I'case .J. Wilson 'Henry Highway 61 South Obituaries William E. Smith Dies in Hospital; Rites Tomorrow Funeral services for William Edgar Smith, 63 year-old farmer, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Cobb Chapel, and burial will be In the Caruthcrsvillc. Mo., cemeiery. The Rev. P. H. Jcrnigan, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, will conduct the services. Mr. Smith died last night In the Blytheville hospital. He was born at Waverly, Tcnn., but had been here for several years. HLs wife died about three years ago. Survivors include three sons; Harry Smith of Carnthersville, Roy and Gliah smith, both ot Blylheville; six daughters, Mrs. Zana Ilnrrtesty of Armorel. Mrs. Ixitn Fritzfus of Cooler. Mo, Mrs. Batla Bridges of Bell City. Mo., Mrs. Helen Olsen of Blylheville. and Miss Lorcnc Smith of St. Louis; two brothers, Charles "mith of Waverly: Orbic Smith of iaruthersville; and two sisters, Mrs. faita Curtis of Cariithcr.wille and Mrs. Goldie Hedge of San Antonio, Huffman Child Dies Graveside funeral rites for liar- am Sue Jiiikius, infant daughter of fr. and Mrs. .Jim Jinkins, were oiiductcd yesterday at the Number S'ine Cemeler yby tlic Rev. David McPeake. p;titor of the Huffman Baptist Ohurc'i The child, two months old, died Saturday at the home of Ihe parents, at Huffman. She is survived by four sisters, Alta Lee. Bessie Murie, Mary Lee and Nannie Mac Jinking ml a brother Jimmy Iff. jin'Kins. The Cobb Funeral Home was In harge of arrangements. Malvern Grocer Hunted In Pine Bluff Area PINE BLUFF, Ark., Nov. 28. liT> —Search for a Malvern grocer who disappeared last week centered here today after his truck was found parked on a downtown street. A. O. Terry, Malvern, about 50. was last seen In Little Rock last Tuesday. Ills brother, Patrolman Ralph Terry of the Little Rock Police Department, said he hntl come to Little Rock to sell a load of pro- Of Families and Single Persons In Uit United Stales, during 1948 Where does your family fit in the ;ibovc pattern? About one-third of America's families and single individuals had money Incomes of less than $2000 during 19-ta. according to :i recent report of a sub- uommiltee ol the Joint Commiltee on the Economic Report Chart rellects Ihe report's data, which will he basis of hearing? in Washington Dec. 12 lo 1C on Die probJcm of low-income families The report cautions thai low cosh income docs no! necessarily indicate poverty, especially in llie <;ase of farm tamilies which provide for many of their needs a I home. On llie other hand, city families with higher cash income may h;iw (rouble meeting basic needs ducc and was carrying between $2 MM and $.|,000 In cash. Read Courier News Want Ads Scawatcr contains uranium. The uniont is .sniull ranging from one nnlllumh of a gram in a < ( uarl of water co half again that much increases ivilh depth. U.S. Asks 'Hands Off Attitude on China's Problems LAKE SUCCESS, Nov. 28. W)— The United Stales demanded today that the United Naltons appeal to all countries— Including Russia—to keep hands off China and let the Chinese settle their own problems. The American proposal was laid before the 59-naiion |X)litical com- JJ.ilteu of the general assembly by U. S. Ambsssndor-At-LsirBC Philip C. Jessup. It did not mention Russia by name but Je.s.sup spoke at length on Nationalist China's charges ol Soviet interference. Jeraii|>. speaking in a calm voice, expressed regret at the decision of Soviet Fmt'iKM Minister Andrei Y. Vishlnsky not to participate in the debate on China's charges against llussia. Vishtnsky himself continued to Boycott the discussions, leaving only low-ranking members of the Soviet delegation at Ihe table. Fears of Floods Follow Storm in Pacific Northwest SEATTLE, Nov. 28. (/!')--Battered and reeling, the Pacific Northwest fought today against the peril of flood In the wake of a violent wind and rain storm that left 14 known dead as It slugged halfway across the northern halt of the nation. Damage already was in the millions of dollars. Whipping across the Mountains with hurrican gusts, Hie region's first slorm of winter streaked Montana, North Dakota. South Da- kola, Northern tdaho and Wyoming The weather bureau said It would reach the central plain slates some time today. A heavy blow was predicted for the Great Lakes. Peak wind velocity was reported yesterday from Cut Bank. Mont., where mists registered 105 rn.p.h. Sheridan. 'Wyo., was rocked by 06 m.p.h. hursts. The storm struck on a 1.000 mile front Saturday—from British Columbia into Oregon. Rocky force major across 2,OOO Reported Killed BERLIN, Nov. 28—(•/!•>—The British-licensed newspaper Telegraf said lochiv L>,000 persons perished in a uranium mine fire in the Soviet Zone last Thursday. The paper said it wjs one of the worst mine disasters in history and charged thai it was due to negligence. PMA Continued from Page 1 chairman and delegate; Jack Gar- rlgan, vice-chairman and alternate delegate; Ira Gaines, member and H. C. Duck and R. C. Riggs, alternate members. Lost Cane—J. F. Harris, chairman; Charles Rose, delegate and vice-chairman; P. G. Lewis, alternate delegate and committee member, and T. A. liourland and Raydo Veach, alternate members. Manila—Crockett Wright, chairman; R. T. White, vice-chairman; L. V. Warldell. member; R. c. Whitney and Howard Perkins, alternate members; Jim David and Albert White, convention delegate and alternate. P.iwheen—W. o. Galycan, chairman and delegate; D. H. Buck, vice- chairman; J. R. Coburn, member, J. D. Young, alternate, and John Bearden. alternate delegate, Whisp —Leroy Carter, chairman and delegate; W. ,11. Bryant, vice- chairman; Norman Bailey, alternate convention delegate; W. P. Carter, committee member and Frank I. Noe and T. G. Milllgan. alternate members. Lcaehville — Bob Shipley, chairman and alternate delegate; V. S. Johnson, vice-chairman and convention delegate; Hollis Thurmond, member and E. S. Robblns and o. J. Hueter, altenintcs. Yarhro — Bill Wyatt, chairman; Hildred Bunch, vice-chairman and delegate; D. U. Abbott, alternate delegate; Charles Langston, member and Richard Haynes and H. G. Matthews, alternate members- Bo w e n — iMalcom Grecnway, chairman and convention delegate; Ross Caldwell. vice-chairman and alternate delegate; Jerry Frailkum. member and W. H. Raspberry and Jim Jackson, alternate committeemen, Bassett — Charles F. Elkins. chairman and delegate; J. Melvin Speck, vice-chairman; Willie James, nlternate delegate, and Joe w. Publisher of Des Arc Weekly Newspaper Dies DES ARC. Ark,, Nov. 28. (/!>>Charles Alfred Walls, 74, publisher of the DCS Arc White River Journal, died at ins home here this morning. He founded the Journal, a weekly newspaper, here In 1907 after working for other Des Arc newspapers since he was 11 years old. He served as .secretary of the Arkansas Press Association in 1915 and was a member of the Prairie County Equalization Board. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1949 N OW is the time to get ready—for getting ihe inosc fun, the most use out of your Buick: in the months ahead. Quick-trigger starts, that is. A lively, cjuict motor—a chassis that rides you in \A-t.y comfort, without squeaks. And remember that with the days getting shorter you'll want your lights, bright and "on the beam." Roads will be wetter—so be sure your tires have good, safe treads, and your brakes arc adjusted for smooth gentle stopping. Skilled in the special care of R nicks as we are, knowing your Buick and the factory-engineered methods of keeping it always at its best, we can give you all this surely and inexpensively. Drive in ibis week. Time's coming when we'll be crowded with rush orders—and it's easier to give you the best service in a hurry when our schedule is open. Just tell us you want our quick but thoroughgoing checkup on all the points listed below, leave your Buick in our hands, and our special brand of Buick care will relieve you of any car-worries in the coming winter months! 3 -way preparedness checkup NOW Arljuit valve Inppcl clearance Cfean and re-oil nfr cfctmer Ch«k oil filler clerncnl Arfjuil carburetor tor bcjt economy Tighlen cylinder head Dram, fluih cooling lyjtcrtf tnipett aU rioici, lighten joint* D«lerm?ne antifreeze requirement I6PJITIOW- ELECTRICAL Clean, od|iiil dulribulor pninls Time rgnilion for peak peiformaneo CK'an end rciet jpu r j< plug! Chrcl boH«y-,..|iir_e|,, ono |f eo ,, 0>ron ecaf IcrmjnaU goncrolor brgstci, charging role Check h«adl, 8 l,toli9 nmcn | an<J h rrahtncu BODY- CHASSIS Fill Peering gear housing v/ifh lubntanT Irupcct and pock front wheel bearing* Imped fronl brakes Check car healer For winter uir Check ilenring alignmenl Bwmpcrto-bi/mper IUB8ICARE, including hauhle.preventing impeclion .ANGSTON-McWATE Walnut at Broadway BUICK Phone 555 CO. RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY DRS. NIES 8, NIES (Al) l^pes E\cepi <Jancer) Clinic 511 Main Klvthecillt Ark I'h Felts, member. Hurdette — Hays Sullivan, chairman, Tom CallLs, vice-chairman; Hollis Jumper, member- C F Tompkins, convention delegate and S. E. Segraves, alternate. Carson. Lake — p. p. Jacobs. Jr., chairman; H. A . Segraves, vice- chairman and convention delegate; C. J. Lowrancc, jr., alternate delegate ana Alex coble, member. Dycss — Mitchell Forrester, chairman; Louis n. Yatcs, vice- chairman; Leroy Cannon, member- and H. H Humble and Dcwey Cox delegate and alternate to the con veil Mon. ^ Hatcher - Lloyd c. Shelton, chairman; ana delegate; w B Tyre, vice-chairman and alternate delegate; and G. B. Muy, member. htownli — Wilbur Wilcly, clmlr- man; Walter Methany, vice-chairman; Lnwrenco Woodard, member; Steve Cockerham and James Woodard, delegate and alternate Joiner — Leslie Speck, chairman; E o y Yelvington, vice - chairman and delegate to convention- V. B Smith, alternate delegate and E 13 Cnitchcr, coinmlUecman. Ceiser c. R Ford, chairman and delegate; H. L. Veasman. vlce- cniurman; Louis Wilbank, alternate delegate; and Stanley Carpenter and Hal Wallace, alternate members. Luxora - Victor Q. M ann . chairman; H. p. wrosley, vice-chairman; R. L. Houck, delegate- w L. Hnnna; alternate; A. B. Roxelle, member. Ray Houck and T L Stanford, alternate members .Milllgan Rid B e _ G . I.' Byrd chairman. Ben c. Mlnton vice- chairman; Amou Holt,, member; Garrard Coudlll, delegate George Webster, alternate.' &tld Osceola - O- D. Ayres, chain,,. „ J. B. White, vice-chairman- J a 1 ! Crostlnvait, member; I. o. Gro ih' wait, delegate and J. A. PJK<. , tcrnate. *' au Whitton — Albert lianks, chair man and delegate; Walter McDanl lei, vice-chairman; Prank B. Dean" Sr., member; L. C. Denton, Sr' and Bruce D. Moore, alternate members, and J. B. Forrester, alternate convention delcyate. Wilson — J. C. cullom, chairman- H. P. Ohlendorf, vice-chairman' L. Trannam and W. T. Beall. members; and Jolm H. Grain, convention delegate and A. L. Greenwell alternate delegate. ' *4£3 Don't forget J SCHENLEV for the-'/' 9 ® Weekend! « RARE BLENDED WHISHT. 36 PRUOf. 65* GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. SCH£NtErDISTRIBUrORS.INC..N.Y.e. , FOR SALE Large, fully modern, established business, laundry and dry cleaning i n - Northeast Arkansas. Doing wonderful business. 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