The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 20, 1948
Page 2
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fAG* TWO Red Cross Tops N. Missco Quota / J. L Gmm, General .Chairman, Report* f $11,316.89 Bock-Yard Bonanza BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Tht Chkka»aTba District of the 4»«icen Rtd Croat yesterday ex- Mcded tti «Il,OS4ig quota by al- »aet »*K», J. Z*. Gunn, fund chalr- mtJB'Jor the campaign, announced. Three communities, Mllllgan Ridge, Half Ifooo and Calumet, are still unreported, but reports for the other 41 dbtrict> total $il,3ie.aj. I* •.• Old, Jr.,.chairman for th« Blytherute area reported 16,597.18 for the district, $122,18 above the o.uota; and Leroy Carter, of Leaeh- TOta, chairman for the outlying eommunlUet) reported (110.25 over their quota, or a'total of $4,719.11. Mr. Ounh praised the volunteer wort*r» for each district and ex- pr*i»«d (ratitude for the excellent manner in which the chairmen, so- llclton, and the general public fid put the campaign over. Of the total, funds collected 48.8 percent of all money up to »11.064.46 will remain In the Chicfcasawba District and of the money collected «T«r that 'amount 60.3 percent will jtay In this office. The Chickasawba District was the 3Sth of 79 Chapters in Arkan- aai to go over the top T5ie National campaign hai been extended due to the fact that campaigns have moved yery slowly | n some areas. Eight Of the 13 districts of Bly- tbtrlfle exceeded their quotas, and of the 3! outlying communltlea 19 exceeded their quotas. Kanj Teanu Exceed Quotu Those who reached or exceeded their quota* for the Blytheville area are: Roland Bishop • and George Hubbard, Jr., with $973 for the area from sixth street to Broadway; O. B. Knudaen and S. W. Frelman. $1.029.77, Broadway Street to the railroad; the Industrial lection, with W. y. McDanlel and Hermon Carllori as chairman with $S»3; trie West End Business district., led by Jack Thro, Charles Penn, Gu» Eberdt, and E. M McCall, with $523.85; Ward one, with Mr». Earl Buciley u chairman, •»1th a »2S3.1« total; Ward two, with Mrs. W. D. Cotib chairman, with a total of $806.«0; Ward three,. led by Mrs. Rupert Craffon with | I29S.2S; and the Negro group, with W. H. Mow chairman reported i «. ,";7 ~~ $538.06. where she lived for 18 years. , Outlying communitie, which have' Immigration authorities laid th»i reached or gone over their QUO- F. ld ' 5 >n allen » nd can « nt « r Six Mown in tht H»w World Inough; Briton Rrturnt to Wife, Horn* NEW YORK, April JO. (UP) — Six houn In the n«w world wer plenty for John Plenty. They con vlnced him h« w«» no pioneer Tor 40 years Plenty, «l-ye»r-ol pl«no tuner of Blshopston, Bn« land, h»d dreamed oJ going to New Zealand and telling hlnuelf up I buslneu. For aJl that he had «ave his pennlei and tlillllngt an pounds, Last Saturday he kissed hLs wlf> goodbye In England and climbed » airplane for the United States.. He planned to go on (o San Pranctsc' and from there, fly on to Auckland New Zealand. Plenty arrived at LA Guardla Air port at 10 a.m. Sunday, AJI he win going through customs an Inapec tor asked If he WM traveling alone "I suddenly reallred that I •lone," plenty said. "Alone and unhappy. I realized I should ha done my traveling 20 years r i and that I might never see my wl. again," Plenty went to the airline tlclce office and asked that his ticket be changed. At 4 p,m. he took of again to fly back across the Atlantic to hi* home and wife In Blshop- •ton. A lew thousand nlkworau and some mulberry ireei in his back yard, and James B. Leone of Las Angeles is in the silk business.' The bathing «u«, modeled By Bunny Spencer, was made from Leong's back-yard silk. The Chinese-American jliowt Mist Spencer • hank of his prized product. Six-Months-Old Boy May Be Deportee/ as Alien NEW YORK, April 20 (UP)—A six-months-old boy faced' deportation today. His American mother, Mrs. Julia C. Bonatl, 38. was held at Balls Island after she attempted to smuggle the child, Richard. Into the States from his native Italy ta« are: Tarbro, with Mil ton Bunch chairman, $165.80; Promised Land, R. L. Galnes. chairman, $184; Forty and Eight, $81, with W. A. Lewis chairman; Whistleville, led by Gerald Kdwirda,. $125.05; Blackwater with L. -V. Waddell chairman, *»3««; Rowland, $150, with Mrs. A. S. Miller chairman; Fist Lake, ****• &ate Davis chairman, $53 45- Manila, led by Chairman: C, W. Tlpton, $1,034.70; Armorel,: with E M. Beigenold chairman, $250; Oos- nell, with George Hamlltoa chairman, $11B; Leachvllle, with B. B Stied chairman, $790: Huffman, fcd by Wdle Hftgen, $90; Barflcld with J. O. EflU, Jr., chairman, J100; Socky, Jed by chairman Norman ' Failey, $117; Clear Lske, J. A. Sl 5 " 1 ^; jchalrman, $163; Brown i $158; and Ernest Halsell In charge tjmr, v. B. Jolliff chairman, $50; of the campaign at the BlythevllU Box Hder, with o. E. Buck chair- , Air Base reported $33.71. A mlscel- the country only under an Italian Immigration quota. Mrs. Bonatl, who said she was born In Rochester, N- Y., arrived Saturday aboard the 3. S. Utarlne Perch. Also with her were her two sisters and her 12-year-old son, Prank. The boy was allowed to enter the country because he was born prior to an amendment to the immigration law which makes the" foreign- born children of • sn American aliens Mrs. Bonati was reported as saying that she will return to Italy with the child If he cannot be admitted. /MK SPEED .6aty Spindlier do« a wok's 'wash in l, it ibn 1 tour. Oat j w "h«« *bile the other rinses and spins damp-dry. Removes 25% more w.Mr so cloih« dry finer! No wringer wrinklei — M ironing goet fitter! S« £«sy in aciioo codayl man $107.50; Lone Oak. Hodge chairman, $70.59; and New Liberty with Chester Calrtwell chairman. $146.90. &by|laneous amount of $1S was also reported. In the outlying communities Pawheen chairman, Juanita Williams, „•,-;:,,, ., , , nccii cuuiiiniiii, juanua wiinams, Blythevllle district Loiil; reported $12.96; Dogwood Ridge " if_ ™ an (or tne area' chairman. Charles Brogdon, $91; Second Street Dell, with Dave Cranrord chalr- • «uuuiunal $35 to bring I man, S365; Lost Cane, A. J. Lewis, to $436 50; Bill Pollard ! chairman, $94: Bovnton, with J D. .r'f v ? ns 2 1 ?' r e P9 nln S ' or I Mcharg chairman,"$2.35; No. 9, with Charles G. Langston chairman, $157.50; Box Elder with 0 E. B"ck chairman, $107*); Tomato, - \ h A. A. Carion chairman, $27.15; H«ece with Ben Darby chairman 814; Burdette with Hays Sullivan, C. S. Lemons Incorporated and W. u ^^»cu&uii, reijorung lor Second street to nrrt street had • total of $731.25; Murray Smart chairman of the area from First Street to uJw street, reported a total of $180; Jimmle Edwards and Hfbiason^ chairmen of the EasV area reported chairman, $10«. 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