The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1948 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1948
Page 13
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THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1948 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NKWS Cet more out of Nursing is highly satisfying— a well-paid and honored profession A nuraing aducalion will ^ . Iriin you to h>a <i w.ll aa If to ««rn. Opportunitiaa in nuraing ara practically un- limitad, and you kara th* •alisfaclory •xparianc* of ••Tying humanity and your •ounlry. Coma lo Mampkia and miudf nuriing at lisa Soulh'a Ur_,l • •I prirala hospital. You ihouldbaahlgliachool gradual* batwaan lha ag*a o( 17 and 92. aingl*. and in •xcallant kaallk You muat paaa a thorough phyaical •xamination. an aptitud* tail, and har* a paraonal in- larriaw with lha Diraclor. You ara raquiltd lo hara a racommandarion irom your paatar. Next elaaa Vagina Tuna 5. BAPTIST MEMORIAL i HOSPITAL 9[ MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE ! SCHOOL OF NURSING Baptist Memoriel Hctpilal, M«mphii r Tann. Pl»t.« i«n<i m. Kit beautifully Illug. lral«d calelogua of th» School of Nuisin_f. Adrir«>« City. Slat, S«nrf In this coupon /f may open up a who/* new way of lift for you! Approval of Army Projects Seen House Is Expected To Okay $207 Million Construction Outlay WASHINGTON. May «. tupi — rile House Is expected lo okay today an Army-Air Force construction program to cost *207,000,OM Tile building plans cover housing for uniformed personnel and the r families here and abroad as well its defense projects. They include secret bases In Alaska and Newfoundland. The program came to the House floor after nearly a year of delay and after it jpas pared by millions or dollars. House leaders agr»d to the plans only after projects to cost »39.000.000 were lopped off. Scores of bases, domestic and overseas; will be affected by Die construction plans. As it came to the House floor the Army bill would authorize construction In this country lo cost »85 000,000, of which »54,000,000 would be spent (or housing. Projects outside the United States, would cost »122,000.000 Including $53,000,000 for housing. V. 8. Projects listed Projects In the bll! as It came lo the floor Included the following construction In the continental United States: Army and Navy General Hosiital Hot Springs, Ark.; family quarters' barracks, utilities; »852 100 Fort Bclvolr, Va.: fi.mll quarters, utilities; »792.3BO. Fort Bennign, Ga.: family quarters, utilities; Jl,4G(i,050 Fort Bragg, N. c.: family quarters, utilities; H.718.400. Kcesler Field. Miss.: family quarters, utilities; 11,356.100. Camp Lee, Va.: family quarters bachelor quarters, barracks, utilities; $2,902,870. MacDill Field, Fla.: family quarters, control tower, crash station, utilities, $1,030,380. • Marietta Army Air Field, On • control tower: $54,500. Fort McPhereson. Ga.: family quarters, utilities; $390,900. Oliver General Hospital, Augusta. Ga.: family quarters, utilities $231,000. Vint Hill Farms Station. Va • family quarters, utilities; $782,300. Fishing Schooner Caught By Floating fee Pacfc KODIAIC. Alaska, May 6. (UP) A fishing schooner with 13 persons aboard radioed an SOS today that she was being crushed by ice 30 miles North of Port Heiden in Bristol Bay, Alaska. The captain of the vessel radioed Coast Guard Headquarters here that the ship had been hemmed m by a floating ice pack. He said she was taking water In the »ft part of her hull. Young Jewish Warriors *AGK With the Courts •:.;' : Circuit; Fletcher Fisher vs. Luther .Gray suit .for $800 debt. Read Couri« News .Want Ads. ^••4 •/ HI '•/ V .. HUBBARD & HOKE APPLIANCE COMPANY A twelve year old Jewish boy, that IE an expert with the weapon" a girl of elementary school age tlie mechanics of R sicn gun. Chlldre living In the Jewish agriculture seiilement of Novell y nilkol / | eB ,. n „, addition to reading, writing, defense measures against Arab attack. (NBA Telephoto by Staff Correspondent David S. Boyur.) Negro'* Body is Found After Assault Plan Fails SANDY HOOK, Miss.. May 8. (UP)—Authorities reported today that a Negro who allegedly tried :o break into the house of a German war bride was found shot to death near here Sunday. Deputy Sheriff T. W. White said the Negi-o, Hosea Carter, was shot by a white man in a tussle over possession of a shotgun. White said he did not remember the white man's name. The man who shot Carlcr "did what any decent white man would have done," the deputy said. There have been no arrests in the killing. Carter and two other Negroes reportedly tried to break into a house occupied by the German bride j( a war veteran identified by White only as "Renfro." The other- two Negroes were being held In Jail here for safekeeping, the deputy said. They were listed- rt-'..Willie'' Carter, Hosea's brother, and Willie Harris. , Read Courier News Want Ads. Third Gambling Trial Begins in Craighead Court JONESBORO. Ark., May 6. (UP) —A new gambling case Jury ng pmpnneted today to try Emory Strom!, 52, on charges of operating a giimbllng place, following thy conviction of three others on similar charges. The Intost conviction for operating a gambling place was obtained yc.sleiduy when a Crnlglwnd County Jury handed Al Sorrenllno a I wo year sentence, lie operated the Flying Tiger night club before It was padlocked three weeks ago following H jtrnuri Jury investigation, The others whose convictions resulted from (he Investigation wcru Joe Buclmnaii, who was given FI three year sentence, and lloivmxl Clardy. who got two years. Deportation of Aliens Enjoined by Gotdsborough WASHINGTON. May 6. (UP) — Federal Judge T. Alnn Ooldsboroujli yesterday held that aliens eanivol be deported muter present v>io«';l- ures. He ruled that such procedure's are illegal. The ruling resulted from suits started by Gerlinrl ISlslcr, iittmiurci German Communist, and four oilier aliens, Goldsborough granted a temporary injunction to restrain the U, S, attorney general and the director of the Immigration and Natiiinll/.n- tlon Service from continuing rte- partations under present methods. The Judge found lhat the administrative procedures act entitles any individual lo a henrlng bclore tt.i Imparllal hearing officer. formation. Sonic 20 scientists engineers liuvu been named u turer.s. »»i! ( N'lKfrUn "Hoi Dot" Ice-; In Knno, North Nlgcrln. the "ka- hoh" dikes the place of the Ameri- can hot do*. It eonaisU at • i of bits of me«t »pltt«d over a coal tin. Truce' in Tennessee Poll Tax Fight Reached DENTON, Teim., May 6. (UP) — Polk County. Good Government Lenguers Agreed today to honor K pledge by Delliocrntlc Lender Bllrcli E. Bless thtil county tnx books would be opened by May 15 so would-be voters cnn qualify lor the August elections. Biggj, whose political power Hie Icnguc is seekin.* lo overthrow, made the pledge shortly before last night's mass meeting ol Polk Insurgents whose leaders urged caution In attempting to force county officials to sell them poll tnx receipts. The receipts must be obtained before June 7, the deadline for qualifying for the August elections. League leaders charge that county officials, acting under Biggs' demands, are wilfully withholding receipts. The Good Government members, some 400 strong, marched on the county courthouse three day* ago to demand receipts but were rebuffed. Two Vets Seek Florida GubernatorialNomination MIAMI. Fla,. May 6. (UP)—Two World War Two veterans today inld pjan:, for three weeks of campaigning before n May 25 runoff election for Plo.-ldn's Democratic gubernatorial nomination. Fuller Warren, 42-yenr-old Jacksonville nliornty, urn'. Dan McCartv. 38-yeai -old Fi. Pierce cattleman I and citrus grower, ran away from a , field of nine In the governor's race yesterday alter Tuesday's balloting. But between themselves Ihty staged one ol the lightest races for governor in Florida history, He- turns from 1.217 precincts gave Warren 133310 votes and McCarty 130.7M. They were the youngest candidates ever to engage in a runoff tor the Florida governor's chair. Scientists to Discuss Nuclear Energy Use OAK RIDGE. Tcnn., May «. (UP) —Scientist.! and engineers studying the use of nuclear energy for aircraft propulsion meet here May 17-22 to discuss uses of. high temperature materials, it was announced today. Sponsors 'said the pur.xjse of the symposium would be closer co-ordl- ivUlon of research and available in- Farm Land the BEST investment V>'e have a number of choice farms on tfood roads wifh school bus * mail rout«, and land (hat will compare with other farms at much higher prices. 315 Acre* with 4 houses—2 barns—black sand loam. 150 acres in cotton, balance in corn and beans this year. Rents go lo purchaser for Hie extremely low price of ?105.00 per acre, only ?11000.00 c:ish, balance long lime Ion it. 320 Acres—3 Rood houses and large barn—black (op road on east side and gravel road on norlh. This farm is ou( front and a wonderful buy at $135.00 per acre. $2000.00 will bind it until Jan., I9-i<). Can finance half of purchase. 216 Acres on black (op road—a good home and barn. (Jarage and pump house, running water in house—2 good tenant houses. This farm will make hal« and a half coUon (o acre in season. You have to sec this place lo appreciate i(. Price $145.00 per acre. ?5000.0fl will bind deal unlil Jan., MM!). 3120 Acres of fine black loam soil fronting on gravel niad on norlh and south side, with electricity in all houses except 2. Has M houses and 9 barns all under wire fence. Near, Mo. This farm will pay crop rent more than $25.00 per acre. It is truly one of Ihe best farms of Ihis size in Sloddard Co., Mo. Price $1 (50.00 per acre. Can loan $90.00 per acre. 40 Acres of good loam soil near I'arma, Mo. All under fence. Tractor land. School bus by the door. Nice 5 room house with all out buildings, for ?6000.00. $1000.00 will bind (he deal unlil December. 420 Acres 4 |/ 2 miles east of Stcele. Grave! road on (hrce sides, plenty of farm houses. One good home with barns, mail and school bus routes. Electricity. Fine cypress loam soil. Truly 1 '/ 2 (o 2 bales of collon to the acre. This land sells for $200.00 per acre. SO Acres near 1'ascola, I'cmiscof Co., Mo. Very rich mixed land farm 65 acres in crop—4 room house with electricity, and barn—on grave'l road, mail roule, school bus. Rent for $1100.00 this year—price with possession now ?nd rents (o purchaser. I'ricc 510,200.00. $.1000.00 loan can b« assumed. W. M. BURNS, Realtor E. T. HUBBARD, Salesman Phont 3361 Blyth.ville, Ark. KEYSTONE HYBRIDS you M.n official yield tests in four great corn «tatt«. K«yiton« Hybrid* have out-yl«lded the average of all other hybrids by 3.4 bushels per acre. Get your "Bonus bushels" of sound, high quality corn-plant Keystone proven hybrids. Plant XtyitM* SI -lh* ill-p«rpii* hybrid rtnmmtniti for KplmJ Vetlsm «nd botltm i*ilt. BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 856 -Phones- 857 His chest was protected CHECK YOUR CHEST GET AN X-RAY.. .Drape-shape steel gave this welK. dressed knight a certain amount of protection against stray missiles. '.,' Yet lie died, not in battle, but in bed . . . foiled by a deadly dart 1/lO.OOOtli of an inch long—th» tubercle bacillus. He and millions of others through the ages never know what hit thentu Today we know. But ignorano)', and indifference stilj account for most of the 50,000 people who ar« killed by tuberculosis each year. , The germ that steel couldn't stop certainly can't be thwarted by a business suit or a mink coat. , . Modern science and .medicine, however, can give you effective chest protection. A chest X-ray is a sun. way to detect TB! If you are harboring TB germs, an X-ra"y can "see" their destructive effects long before you feel sick. If 1 proper treatment is started in the early stages, the cure its • comparatively easy. - v . The later TB is found, the longer, harder, and costlier will be the cure.. Remember, too, that TB is contagious. A person who has TB caa spread it to other members »f bii) family. .' ; K_>_ You can find out whether or noi ; you have TB by having your cfaept X-rayed. - ! SO PLAT SAFE.S. ' Blytheville Water Co. BERNARD ALLEN, Manager "Water Is your Cheapest. Commodity"

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