The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 7, 1950
Page 5
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FRIDAY, JULY T, 1950 BLYTHEVTtLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW* Infantile Paralysis Reportedly Is Breaking Out In Nation; Dimes Fund Helps; State Gets Aid NEW YORK, July 1. (AP)—A new»outbreak of Infantile paralysis was 1 reported across the nation today," along with the announcement that the 1950 March of Dimes campaign netted \ record sum to fight the disease. •JbsU O'Connor, president of the iRfional Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, said Americans gave $30,783,000— more lhan ever before to the I960 drive. He added that the fund Is being used at an "unprecedented rate" to combat a threatened new, severe epidemic. The number of polio cases so far this year, he said; Is slightly above the number in the same period last year, when the nation had a record all-time high of 42,375 new polio patient's. Arkansas Given Aid O'Connor said aid totaling $2,6«6,1» already has ben advanced to local chapters this year. Arkansas, Michigan, Minnesota and Texas have received more than $2M,- 000 each; California nad Illinois more than $150,000 each. Greatest contributions in lasl January's drive came from New York, $3,100,000; California, 2,390,OCO, and Illinois, $1,858.000. The 30-millloii-plus total beat 19M's collection of $25,728,000, thei a record. O'Connor said virtually of. the latter sum, plus $4,000,OOC raised in an emergency appeal las September, has been used to care fiB1949's patients. IP 17,000 to Continue ' There are 17,000 of these requiring continuing assistance, he said. Half of the funds'raised in th< March of Dimes is used by the na tional headquarters, for use In re search, training and for emergenc; aid. while the other half remain* with local chapters. O'Connor said 467 of the foun dation's 2,822 local chapters alread have exhausted their 1949 residu funds and all of the funds contributed in this'year's campaign. tlk Look tor Homes BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Iff Homes are wanted for 51 Tule Elk but only raos, schools and othe public institutions need apply, saj the California Pish and Game Div «ion. The elk are likely to be skinn and in poor condition, warn gam officials. Altogether there are 73 Tule El en th« Tupman refuge near hei but the range Ls overgrazed. That why SI need new homes. They can be transplanted to other wild re uges because this Is all that Ls le of this species' natural habitat. Th rent is farmed or In pasture fo domestic livestock. Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toombi TICE OF GRANTING Or OS PERMIT 'Notice "is hereby 'given that th Oommlsioner of Revenue of t! BUte of Arkansas has issued a pe mit No. 234 to Fred P. Alexander • •ell and dispense vinous or spirit! ous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 111 So. Main St., Leachville, Ark. This permit issued on the I day of July 1950 and expired on the 30 day of June 1931. Fred 7 Alexander 7-7-50 7-14-50 The Catholic Youth Organization hostess. T the district were honored Wed- esday night, at Curuthersvllle. wenty from Portageville attended he dance, including Miss Martha <ee Green of New Madrid, house- uest of Miss Mary Jo Richardson. Town and Country Club Has Party Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Patterson en- ertained Sunday evening with a ard party for members of the 'own and Country club. Pinochle Club Meets Members of the Pinochle Club net In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brands Tcroy Tuesday evening. Honors during the evening went Mrs. Bernard Recker, Mrs. L. P. Budenholzei. C. C. Fuller and Harild Young. Guests were Mr, and Mrs. L. P. Budenholzer, Jr. • Has Birthday Dinner Mrs. Harold Young ' celebrated ler birthday Sunday with a dinner. Pat Hart of St. Louis was a special guest. Guests Honored at Dinner Mr. and Mrs, L. W. Johnson and family of North Miami, Fla., were [jonored at a noon dinner Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Luker and Mrs. Trent Johnson. Mr. and Mr.?. Johnson are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Earls. Celebrates Birthday Miss Joan Simmons was honorec Wednesday night with a party and dance on her 17th birthday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Simmons. The dance was In the private dining room of the Mais Cafe. Decorations were In pastel shades. Chaperones were Mrs. Paul De Lisle and Mrs. Omar Simmons. Thursday Bridge Club Mrs. Levord Vargo, Mrs. Gen Young and Mrs. M. Margaret Cas ey were guests last Thursday .whet Mrs. Helen May entertained he bridge Club. Prizes were won by Mrs. Varg and Mrs. O. B. Williams. Wednesday Bridge Club • Entertains Mrs. C. A. Dacus was hostess tc the Wednesday Bridges Club . las week. Honors were won by Mrs Margaret DeLosle, Mrs. Edith Lar gent and Mrs. T. A. Lee. Mrs. Dacus served refreshments to the members. Merry Matrons Bridge Club Meets Miss Helen Mae Clarahan enter talned the Merry Matrons Bridg Club, at her home Friday afternoon Guests included Mrs. Guy De Lisle, Mrs. Nell Small ey, Mrs. L B Painter and Mrs. C. C. Fuller. Honors went to Mrs. Smalle: Mrs. Bernard DeLlsle, Mrs. Paintc and Mrs. Hubert Milem. ' Refreshments were served by th IN THK JUVENILE COURT FOR TIIK CHIC'KASAWHA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTV, ARKANSAS N THE MATTER Or THE UARDIANSKIP OF CLIFTON AY FOSSEY ONNIE CAMDEN, GERTIE AMDEN and BUSTER OSSEY, Defts. WARNING ORDER . O ALL TO WHOM IT MAY ONCERN: Take notice that on the 6 day of uly, 1950, a petition was Illtd bj ernicc G. Ratciiffe, Director ot the lilld Welfare Division of the State Jeparlment of Public Welfare b; uth Rorie, Child Welfare Con- ultant, in the Juvenile Court for ne Chirttasawba District of Missis Ippl County, to have a certain male in'ld named Clifton Ray JYKsey de leared a dependent child and tc ake from you the custody i uarianship of said child and t< ppoint for it some suitable per.soi is its guardian with power to con ent to the adoption of said child NOTICE OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT Notice Is hereby given that, the Commissioner of Revenue of the Stata of Arkansas has issued a permit No. 223 to Harold T. Lewis to -sell and dispense vinous or spiirtu- ous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 408 W. Ash. Blytheville. This permit Issued on the 1 day of July 1950 and expired on the 30 day of June 1961. H. T. Lewis 7j7rl4 RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WERE WOMEN BORN to SUFFER? "No," lay Iota of lucky girl. Marbe you, too, can look back on tha "<Jredd«d daya" »*ch month »nd revel i blessed relief from p»in. For if you suff .from functional periodic cramp*, discover —as »o m»Tiy r>Lh«r women h»ve—the •wonderful help Cardui may br!n|r. C*rdui works Internally to help mfnimfr* j>»in[u] eon traction* of the organ muscles. Thus it aids in ovcrcotninjr « frequent cans* of cramps. Maybe your aufferinff u ne*d- t*«, too. Se* whit aid of thi* mod*rn typ« can do for you. A*k for a botU* of CarduL SID hasn't POKE FAR- but has too FAR GONE JULY SPECIAL! Recover Your DINING ROOM CHAIRS We Will Furnish LABOR And Your Choice of Beautiful Hard Finished. WINE or GREEN SATIN STRIPE 4 Chairs A75 Bottoms Only / 6 Chairs Bottoms Only ONE-DAY SERVICE We Call For and Deliver The House of Charm (Deal's) Phone 6190 So. Hiway 61 14" MURR* opone Knows His Guns MONTEREY PARK, C»ltf.—<*>)— llzens did » double take when le local paper Informed them: "Al apone In Gun Business Here." But pon reading further they were r«- wured. Al Capone, the Item eon- niicil. Is not related to the late otorious gangster, »nd merely op- ned, with peaceful Intent, i gun 'pair shop. PAGE FIVE r to place the same In some suit- ble Institution in this State for IE care and guardianship of decadent and delinquent children. Now unless you appear within wenty days after the date of this oticc and show cause against such ' pplicatlon, the petition shall be i a ken as confessed and • decree' •anted. Dated this 6 day of July, 1930. Elizabeth ^Blylhe, Clerk 1|7-14-21-28 BLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATPF Friday DOUBLE FEATURE 'Down to the Seo In Ships" with Lionel IJiitrymore and Richard Widmark PLUS "Big Jock" with Wallace Beery and Richard Conle Color Cartoon and Death Valley Serial Saturday —DOUBLE FEATURE— Marshall of Cripple Creek with Alan Lane & Bobby Blake PLUS Out of the Storm with Joseph Lydon & Louise Collier Color Cartoon and Junior G-Men Serial Friday & Saturday 'RIDERS OF SANTA FE' with Rod Cameron Also Cartoon & Strial Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Ph. 58 Friday 'SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS' WARNER BROS. Saturday 'LAW OF THE LASH' with Lash Larw Saturday Owl Show 'CASTLE, ON THE HUDSON" with John GarftrM YOUR FRIENDLY THEATR Sunday and Monday take over the wild and wooly west in this year's funniest pkturel JOHN LUND • CORWNE CALVET- DUMA LYNN MARE MLSON M ^ A HAL WU1IS PRODUCTION • Dncted by HAL WALKER SctCTnpt«y by CT HOWORD tni PIMmE LEVY . ft m<MM flOm Saturday Owl Show Whip Lash with Dane Clark & Alexis Smith Color Carloon and Congo Bill Serial Open 7:M, Starts I:M Friday DOUBLE FEATURE "When Willie Comes Marching Home" with an Daily & Corinne Calve* PLUS "Bad Men of Tombstone" with Rarry Sullivan find Marjorie Reynolds Color Cartoon Saturday —DOUBLE FEATURE— STAMPEDE with Hod Cameron & Gale Storm Way Out West Laurel & Hardy Color Cartoon and Raiders of Ghost City Heinemann j Offer A Gigantic SPECIAL PURCHASE That's the Talk of the Town Dresses Bemberg Sheers 9 Girrghcrms Eyelet Embroidery • Waffle Piques REG. VALUES Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan! 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