The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1955 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 5, 1955
Page 10
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FAOBTCN BLYTHEYTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 19W Snaggle Tooth Club Teaches Youngsters Good Dental Care OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The only requirement for membership in a new club of second-graders at the LaFayette Grade School is loss of two or three front teeth. Foreign Trade Policy Said Sabotaging Cotton Program The organization, complete with officers and a club song, is known as the Snaggle-Toothed Cherub Club It was formed by Mrs. Grace Cochran, teacher of theV-year-olds. She says the main aim is to teach children good dental care and general health practices. Instructive material is compiled on how to clean teeth and the proper foods to eat to protect new ones. Wrote Own Sane Mrs Cochran says she knows from experience that all 39 of her pupite soon will be members when we organized," the teacher said. '•We keep adding names as they lose teeth." The youngsters wrote their own song: "We're the Snsggled-Tooth Cherubs—see Judge to Write Lore Letter L06 ANGELES (0>j—A judge is going to write a love letter to another man's wife. Cornelius Byrd apepared in court Wednesday on a failure to provide action brought in Milwaukee. "Your wife and child should be out here." said Superior Judge Elmer Doylfi. "Send her a ticket." Byrd said his wife. Jewell, "wouldn't pay any attention bo any letter I'd write." Judge Doyle replied. "You send her a one-way ticket and I'll write the letter. I'll make it a nice love letter. That's the way I won my wife." The judge also instructed Byrd to pay »60 a month for support of his aon, James, 3. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Willie B. Lucas, Pit*. v«. Mo. 1-8,140 Betty Lucas. Dft. The defendant, Betty Lucas, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Willie B. Lucas. Dated this 2fltti Any of October, 1355. SEAL GEBALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Claude F. Cooper, atty. for pltf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad. Htem. 10/29-11/6-13-19 WARNING OBBER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Vivian Mick, Pltf. vs. No. 13.134 Johnny Mick, Dft. The defendant, Johnny Mick, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in th^ caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Vivian Mick. Dated this 21st day of October, M58. SEAL OERALDINE LISTON. Clerk By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. James M. Gardner, Atty. for Plaintiff. 10/22-29-11/5-12 Special Announcement Business College OPENS Tuesday at7 p.m. New Location: LYNCH BLDG. (2nd Floor over Graber's) 312-A \V. Main Remember (his is a TRRM SCHOOL starling Tuos. If you want this business training in your home town. CALL TODAY! LINDGREN SPEEDWRITING COLLEGE Lynch Bldg. Ph. 3-4097 RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK OUABANTBSD GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS m a. I*IM AW. n. "We've lost one tooth or three "We laugh and lisp "Since our teeth we have missed "Snaggled-t o o t h cherubs are we." Principal Wade Davenport, pldased with the new club, commented, "I think they'd pull teeth to get into it." But nature makes that unnecessary. Just a Sideline Mrs. Cochran says the No. 1 les- .son is: Regardless of what you eat, the baby teeth come oui, bi you eat an adequate diet and t care of your teeth, the new o wil) "come in strong and pivl! "Every year I. KOI these li s n a g g 1 e-toothed things," Mrs. Cochran said, "and 1 love them so." "It's just a sideline." sue ex-j plained. "When you have Hfl of. them, you have to keep a sideline] going to keep it interesting. And I think they all love school." CAMDEN. S.C. (M— H. K. Hallett of Charlotte. N.C., former .pivsuient the American Cotton Manufac- t t'ci's Insttliiie, says the pfpiirt- ent of Agriculture's cotton pro- \m is being sabotaged by ihr Deaprtment's foreign trade Hallett lold a civic club Thursday em tariff" cuts favorine Ja;>- oEion manufacturing u.cvit- 11 "short change" the Anu-r- blic. "Too Smart" He aid the full results of the tarMf iits may not be known for "some months, or even years." The cotton executive said the Japanese are "too smart to move in all at once" on the American market. The Japanese thought process does not conceive of free enterprise as u-e Jsuou* it. he said. He said "It isn't only the textile industry that stands to feel the impact of the present policy. It is also the industries tliat supply tex- j tile milte.s and the American cot-1 ton f win em, who fftoe the lose of the best customer." Terming the State Department trade policy a "glorified WPA kind of iden." he said the only thlsg that will assure stability in the U.S. market is an equitable quota import system on Japanese textile goods. Vineya rds of Ohio along the shores of Lake Erie produce 22,000 tons of grapes for eating and wine, making Ohio fourth in grape production. FOR SALE 220 acres with fair improvements on gravel road, 1 mile south of Risco, Mo. Price. S325 per acre. J. W. BADER, Baiierville, Mo., on Highway 62, Phone Lilbourn, Mo. 4130. FARMERS! Clean Your Own Beans and SAVE With the Clipper Bean and Grain Cleaner • Lightweight • Compact • Completely Portable SEE IT TODAY! BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. 118 E. Main Phone 3-4404 Yes, BIytheville Wants and Deserves No Less Than A CONTINUATION of the Businesslike Administration of It's City Government. BLYTHEVILLE CITIZENS WILL INSIST ON IT AT THE POLLS NEXT TUESDAY, BY RE-ELECTING E. R. "Rabbit" JACKSON AS MAYOR OF ONE OF THE "GROWINGEST", MOST PROGRESSIVE CITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS Based on PERFORMANCE, and NOT Just Promises. Here Is Why BIytheville Knows It Can Depend On A Fair, Honest, and Business-like Administration By Re-electing E. R. "Rabbit" JACKSON: Blyrheyillt hasn'r just stood still during the past two years. More progress has been made during that period than at any other time in the history of our continuously growing city. No other candidate can make that statement! Regardless of how hard he, or his political affiliates, tries to make it appear that ours is a backward community. The people of BIytheville know, that, as your mayor, I HAVE cooperated with the City Council and other city officials in doing the things that benefited the people of BIytheville most. We have paved and blacktopped and oiled more streets than any other administration. We have improved our Police Department, improved and expanded our Fire Department, added new equipment and personnel to our garbage collection agency. I HAVE cooperated with the Chamber of Commerce and other Civic Groups in getting the Air Base reactivated, in getting the Central Metal Products plant here, and have encouraged expansion of other industries; thus, adding many jobs for both our white and colored population—getting employment for our local people. • I HAVE endeavored to keep the city out of debt, and, despite our growth, our city has been kept on a sound financial business-like basis. As your mayor, during the past two years: I HAVE seen to it that the expense and income records have been examined carefully and continuously, with the help of the City Council, in order to maintain a balanced budget, based on the present and future needs of our rapidly growing city. I HAVE exerted every human effort to assure that all city departments be fair, just and above-board in their dealings and contacts with our citizens, regardless of race, color or creed. I HAVE seen to it that all expenditures and incomes of city departments have been accounted for and that all such accountings made a matter of public record—not only in accordance with legal requirements but as a matter of good sound business principles. I HAVE worked closely with all city department heads, and with your elected representatives on the City Council, on the important problems of working conditions, wages, benefits and in securing the equipment for the successful execution of these important duties. I HAVE but one promise; and that is that the same sort of Business-Like Administration will continue during all of the time that I shall serve as your mayor. Here Are Three More Good Reasons Why BIytheville Knows It Can Depend on A Continuing Program Of Good Government Under Its Present Mayor - A Progressive Proqram, Based on PROVEN ABILITY and Not Personal Ambition and Outside Political Affiliations. DURING THE PAST TWO YEARS we have organized a City Planning Commission that is working with the University of Arkansas Staff to assure proper planning and zoning of a growing, prosperous city. DURING THE PAST TWO YEARS we have contracted with Northwestern University Staff to help us work out plans for solving our traffic DURING THE PAST TWO YEARS I have devoted my full time to the office of mayor, and I wil! continue to serve you on a full-time basis. In my campaign two years ago, I promised the people I would serve for one-half the pay the mayor was then receiving. This I have done . . . and the $4,800 saved has been put into city improvements. I am not being sponsored by any political group, and I owe no obligation to anyone except the people of BIytheville, and will fill the office of Mayor as I have always done. The office of Mayor is an important job that cannot, in these days of rapid growth, be filled by a part-time, inexperienced man; and I offer problems and for setting up a training program for our police force. DURING THE PAST TWO YEARS we have expanded our Fire Department and acquired additional fire-fighting equipment valued at $62,590.00, thereby saving the citizens over a quarter million dollars in insurance premiums each year. my record as proof of my qualifications and service. I have made a sincere effort to fulfill all the duties of the office of Mayor and to do everything that I promised the people I would do in my last campaign. When re-elected I will devote all my efforts to completing the many important jobs that were started during my present term of office. I earnestly and sincerely solicit your vote next Tuesday, November 8, and your cooperation and support in the coming years in making BIytheville a more progressive city and a better place for your children to livt. JACKSON VOTE For EXPERIENCE Not Experimentation! ABILITY, Not Agitation! Tuesday, November 8. Political Ad Paid For By E. R. Jackson

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