The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1950 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) CUUKUfiK Arkansans Lined Up for Military Duty in New Call State Guardsmen Ar« Now Training A* Camp Robinson LITTLE ROCK, July si. w> — More Arkanuuis were in line for me live military duty today. The Army announced it was call- tag non-divisimial units of the National Guard, and Arkansas, 1,020 guardsmen at that classification are now in training at Camp Robln- *0fl. Arkansas' Marine Reserve Unit here, the 15th. Infantry bnUallon, ha« not yet received its orders to active duty . This was disclosed today by Lt. Col. R. D, Strickler, Instructor-inspector attached to the unit. The Marine Corps announced in Washington yesterday that all organized Marine reserve ground units being called but, for security reasons, did not list the "call up" date for each unit. The 335 men of the Arkansas unit have been Instructed to be ready to report within ten days after the order Is recived. ,, Twelve Arkansas Navy air reservists were preparing today to report for active duty with the fighter plane group based at Millington, Tenn., near Memphis. Obituaries Rites Held for Brother Of Blytheville Woman Services were held yesterday for Thomas !_,. Stayton of Walnut Ridge, brother of Mrs. J. J. Morgan of Blytheville, at the Pocahontas Church of Christ. Burial was in the -Masonic Cemetery at Pocabon- U.5. Mr. Stayton, who was 49, dird Tuesday after a long illness. He was the son of the late Dr. Thomas L. Stayton of Pocahontas. He also is survived by hl-s wife Mrs. Leona Stayton of Walnut Ridge, a daughter. Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper of Pocahontas, a son, Thomas b. Stayton III, of Walnut Ridge; two brothers. John C. Johnson of MILK FROM CONTENTED SOW-Ha t .py as a mama pig In the sunshin* is this contented sow nursing seven of her piglets at Plafttown, N. C. That's Just hall of her family of 14 squealers, which is enough to make any mother beam with pride. Potent Salve Causes Breast Cancers to Be Knocked Out By Alton I, Blakeslee PARIS. July 21. (A!>)—A potent new salve has' made some breast cancers disappear, Dr. Haines Ijet- tre of Heidelberg, Germany, reported today. Tlie salve Li a new chemical, a kin of the drug colchtclne, made from the autumn crocus plant. The new cousin of colchicine is 10 times more potent, Loltrc told the fiftll International Cancer Research 1 Congress', which closes today. Cancers Disappear Some breast cancers treated with the new drug disappeared and had not returned three years later, Dr. Lettrc .said. But because they still might return. could not be considered cured, he added. 7 Million Men Must Be Found, Hershey Says CINCINNATI, July 21. director of Selective Service says the United States has got to find "1,000,000 men of critical skill and Ihe capacity to fight." Gen. Lewis B. Hershey warned against urging draft boards to defer men because of their skills, claiming "If we don't find them (the 7,000,000 men), you won't have any industry anyway." Hershey spoke at a luncheon here yesterday. He explained there are 10.600.000 men between 18 and 27 nnd thai, of these, 7,600,000 lire classified, with 1,200,000 classified 1-A. He added that 1,200,000 have not been classified because they are 18- year olds, 2.700.000 are veterans, Lettre, from the Institute for Experimental Cancer Research at Heidelberg, said the cokhicine j chemical had been used since 10-121 on 50 women with breast ean:er. Results on most .however, were not [ known because he had last track i of them during the war. I The new tlrng, N-incthyl-colclil-1 .=amade, slops cancer cells from cii- I „, . , . „ . . viding or reproducing if it catches' Wrird Thrce ~ ' No ~ Flre *•'»"""• (hem at the middle phase of this activity, he explained. Laboratory studies have showed PRIMARY Continued from Page 1. out today that "maiden voters" who have become 21 years of age since April 10, 1949, may vote without a poll tax receipt. Tills date formerly was April 10, 1018, but the Arkansas Supreme Court on July 3 reduced the period a maiden voter could cast a ballot without a poll tax to one year. Mr. Taylor said ballots and election materials are scheduled to be delivered to election officials over the weekend or early next week. The 'X" marking system of bal- lotting will be used Tuesday lor the second time here and for the first time in a primary election. The first time it was used.was in tlie school election last year. In addition to-the voter's "X". only two other murks will appear on the ballot under Ihis system. One of the election judges will place his initial on the reverse side of Ihe ballot. On a stub at the bottom of the ballot will be placed the number (hat appears opposite the voter's name on the tally sheet. Two Koxes Used The ballot boxes wiJJ still be used at each polling place. The ballot marked by the voter will be placed in one, and the numbered stub will be dejKjsited in the other Polling places in Blytheville fol- o\v: Ward One — Seay Motor Company, 121 L'ast Main. Ward Two — Go!f Hotel. 416 West Main, and Phillips Motor Company. Fifth and Wflinut. " r<?si - Mai "- Wcud Four ~ Moorc Bros - store W " 1 H'Shway 18 the drug Li not effective if it Abselu « b «" 015 '<"• » SE '»' through the tumor after the salve Ls applied make.s the drug Unofficial tabulation of the re turns will be made at the Courici deeper Into the cancer, he said. This l News office Tuesdav' night. Speciai same effect was noted with other , service via Associated Press teletype ~ 8 ?',-, .... . vm bri "S returns from othir cotin- Colchlcine and its new cousin arc poisonous drugs with bad effects on healthy tissues as well as on cancerous ones. Both have to be us«I 142,000 have dependents, 536,000 arc 1-F (falling to meet armed service i standards), 133,000 are in farming r\l and 133,000 nrc in tlie reserves. ' N cautiously. Pocahontns and Dr. Harry Johnson of Memphis. McNabb Funeral Home of Pocahontas was in charge. egro Deaths Pullctt Infant Dies Graveside services for Bennis Lee Pullett. Jr., son of Dennis Lee and ties over the state to the Courier News Tuesday night. Don't forget July 25th. to VOTE Tuesday. Jannie Lee Pullett of Wilson, will be held Sunday at 1 p.m. in Clayton. Miss., wtih burial at the Clayton Cemetery. W. P. cobb Funeral Home Is in charge. MEAD'S 111 M»1N «TKIIT July Clearance Ends Tomorrow This is your Lasl Opportunity to buy America's Finest Brands in Menswear at Great Reduction HART SCHAFFNER& MARX SUITS ARE INCLUDED MEAD'S Ji X?ti -y 'f-,^^ S,' v '-'--/^^""Ti"'" • ••' • ' » T "« IT <*':>•'*' The BIGGEST SALES PROMOTION EVER! JULY 27-28-28 i. Blytheville BARGAIN DAYS All roads lead to Blytheville during these three big days --asall Blytheville Merchants join together in presenting an unprecedented City Wide Bargain Event! See July 26 Issue fhe Courier lews For These Tremendous Values

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