The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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ootmm Health Services Show Wide Use ; MIHM U«-t Rep**. • Wi«V Activity R.*M • IW MM* «f April April ImmimlaiUon* ;• w- —-* --• «»— Bitted ftr ani**, le dink* and **• *•••• *•"• eondueted, and **>• «nn»ianteabai dteeeec MI- in- *a»U»atid dwfaf tbt meoth of *»rU br the IHsalirippi County Health Unit. Mr*. Annabel FU1, _ which appear oa the awothly report submitted far record wttk tb* Mate Department •(Health ta Uttl* Rock, include »,1M typhoid, ae email POT, n tet- amss. Ml whoepine oough, Ml diphtheria ud tetanu* Imrnunlia- '. Tb« only communicable rllisnn reported Mid investigated durlnc the Booth was a menrns;ltl»- cut Which eosapletely recovered, ( th* 1*1 Wiereal <ila*aa* CUM isrted to service. 115 were transferred to Hot Springs (or tr«tm«nt »t the U. 8. Public Health,Service. the r*port shoved. Th*r« w«r* 4C clinic TUtt, « people treated, Ml irisesiiim tMU Jlven, and II venereal disease clinic* conducted In MI effort .to combat th* disease. Other action taken by the health Unit included th* discovery of «l«ht tuberculosis suspects, three ot which, wer* positive cue*; raater- nltr *erviee (or 12 eases; M field and office TisiU made In connection with th* Mine number of pr*-school nuratog cases admitted for service; and general inspection for WO school chUdren, the raport stated. Claim were, conducted ta the maternity service, two midwlve* »«etln«i wen held, 1} typhoid carrier examination* made, and It teaoher-nun* conference were eov- ered by the month'* program. Heavy Plane-Buying Schedule Will Double Air Force Power ftewiaf, Political issues Cctts* Patter to Resign ATLANTA, Oe., May T. (UP)— The Unitarian Unlversaltst Church her* today accepted the resignation of it* Harrard-educated pastor after hi proposed a Negro college professor for church membership and publicly endorsed Henry Wallace's presidential campaign. Congregation officer^ voted II to M to accept the resignation of the Rev. Isaiah Jonathan Domaa. They said he is • "simply not the person for leadership In the situation down hen." DOM** attributed tilt resignation to tn amir*, from an " ultra-race - eonsekni minority which would •f Chart** CerMry Datted Frees Aviatteai Writer WAMXNOTON, May T. (UP)Tb* Air Pore* today laid down a heavy plane-buying schedule that wilt nearly doable 1U offerub* power thk year and start it well toward W group* at modern bombers and Jet fighters. Minutes after B*nat* passage at a g«,l»»,10C,oeo aircraft appropriation, the Air Pore* announced plan* to order 1,771 plane* for delivery in II month* to two years. It get* about two-third* of the appropriations. Th* Navy get* th* remainder and will buy about 1,900 planes. The two big fact* about th* aircraft bill Congress has approved, subject to Senate and House agreement on minor amendments, are the**:' 1. The Air Force'i* authorized not simply to add 16 groups to its present U, but to start a five-year plan for replacing the full 70 groups with new planes. The current bill is a hefty first payment. After five yean the air force will har* 11,441 new planes formed Into 70 combat and II Air Reserve and National Guard groups. Te Doable Offensive Power 1. By increasing its author laid etrength by 16 groups, the air force will nearly double II* offenatv* striking power. The present M groups are considered out of balance because they are heavily relghted on th* side of defensive tr power. They Include M fighter, actical reconnaissance and troop carrier groups. The is additions will be mostly long-range bomber and reconnaissance groups, the-es- :* of offensive air power. At Int (hey will com* from storage planes, but will be replaced a* new >ne* are built. The new appropriation will pull the aircraft Industry out of th* doldrums and gear It for a fairly quick expansion if an emergency hould' make that necessary. The Air Force and Navy, meanwhHe, will be built to a point where they could hold off an enemy and de- Iver strong counterattck* whll* Industrial mobUiaatlon got underway. With its preponderant shar* of Jw procurement money, th* Air Force said It will buy MJ bomber*, 1,378 Jet fighters and 90» reooonals- aanot, transport, training, rescue and liaison plane*. With one exception, th* combat plane* to b* ordered are already in limited' production. Th* exceptjpn * th* experimental Ourtla* F-fl, a four-Jet all-weather n%ht-fight*r, with which three group* are ev- peeted to be equipped. •even! Trees Bsetased The other plane* that will replace today'* and yesterday's Boong B-» •uperfortreaee* and Mortb American P-fl Musfani* 'are the Boeing B-K heavy bomber. North American B-48 four-jet bomber, Lockheed P-M ShooUng Mar, Republic PrM Thunder}*! and North American swtptback wing P-M ]et lighten. The Air Pore* statemeni left ',» doubt the matter of future order* for Consolideted-Yultee's *lx-*n- tln* B-M supertaomber of which 100 now are In production. There also are three )et bombers now Jn flight testing phases of which mention was not made. Orders for one or znor* of these might come in nect year's budget, industry aouree* auumed. When fully • organised, the'. TO groups, comprising «•* plane*, will be divided this way: 11 heavy bomber, a fighter, three all-weather fighter, five long-rang* reeon- natsaance, five light bomber, U troop carrier and four tactical re- connausance, plus B special squadron* and military air transport planes. Staff OABUTKERBVUil. Mo., 'May t —May Warth of thil oily is now eerrtag a* on* of th* ntw dispatchers in tbt radio-telephone department of th* sheriff's oiflce here, taking th* post left vacant by the resignation of Roy Rkwklns, who had bean with the department since that service was in augurated. Hawkins reaigMd to accept a position with th* General Htotric Company of Nashville, Tenn., a* supervising engineer. »OE» / HEUERS SHOE STORE ill W. CommlMiom om Chunk Morion tt Prom*9o1 May T. rVoatfentf fit Mottino Sufjoet tor Hmyii forum FRTOAT, MAY T, Utt Uoa at a •""•"-'tilTn (DP)-porm». a *~— 'nl-rn oa church union to ,tudy the eomplei qu«*- tl« of Methodiam uniUn, with other relifioua denomlnsUons waa yeeterdav at the Quadrennial General Conference. The recommendation was contained la a report by the Commlt- *•• «• mterdenomioaUoaal Relation* and Activitle* headed by Rer. Onml L. Miller, pastor of th* Pint Methodist Ohunh of Topefca, Kan. The ohurck itnlcei eommlaaton would: T" Consider atweific lyvpneal* for ortanlc union with other danomlna- *»• and report te the feneral eon- 1 Initiate studies looking toward ercanie union. I. Conf State fxfeniion fffffor Hands In Ritignotion LITTLE ROCK, May T. (Up>_ The Acrtoultural ExUrulon eery- Ice wag taking applications today to fill the vacancy created by th* real (nation of OI*nn O. Rutledf* a* extension editor. Rutted** held the post for two and a half years,.after senrinc' in the Army, and was formerly telegraph editor of th* Ouirport (Mis*.) Daily Herald. He resigned to accept a poet a* extenalon editor with the University of Mlsatsiippf. Rutledge Is vice-president of th* American Association of Agricultural collef* Editors. Former's Gee*e Sto/en; Four Youths Accumf MO., May T — four Cbttonwcod Point community youths have been released on bond pending preliminary hearinr before Magistrate O. W. Tate* on charges of stealing geese last week from the farm of Abl* Hushing. Deputy Willie James, th* arresting officer, stated th* bors admitted taking the geeee and dUpojing »f them to Jlmmle rtamsurlce. PALESTINI — LOST CAUSI — HOMELAND Our newspaper* are filled with this the moet important lent* facins; th* 1»« world— what will happen to these Jews? Hear Joseph H. Cohen, laoous Htbrew minister, world traveler author, n month* ta Bdseia durtnc th* war. ' «atto.«ythrru». Mb*, krm. hiv. ]£* -'- .• ;• •. -.••.• • - ' : - .v *L '-v - • "• - ' f r -*- • - The First Church of the Naxerene Corner Fint and Syeemor* Street*, A4n. Marion tmrrow im —Three Oaruthersvillt men Witt participate on a Town-Matting rorwn at Ba/ti Monday, Mar IT, sponsored by th* Haytl Public Library. The meeting will b* held at the library, and starts at eight p.m. Th* subject i* -The Palestine Problem." Bach participant will speak 2t to.tt minute*. A discussion period will follow. Those participating, and subject*, are: "Arab," Prosecuting Attorney Hmer Peal of Oaruth*r«vUle; "British," Rev. Ployd Y. Brewer of Oaru- thersviUe; "American," Rev. Bill Smith of OaruthenrriUe; and "Jew", Rabbi Ylae. CARUTHTOSVILJJ:, MO,, May 7. —Funeral -service* for .Vrs. Edith Mary Barrow, wife of Marlon Bar£ ""^ clt)r ' »«• conducted Tuesday In th* Baptl»t Church ral discussion of church union. 4 atocourae.* Inter-denominational cooperation throughout the church and have responsibility for «jiurcn. «im nave responsibility rer with repreeantaUve* of any Inter-denominational actlv potnlnaUon* In any gene- not cared for by other agencies. They'll love your cri«p«r, flakier , Piecrust mad* with economical DIXil i DIXIE: ee*ae ant IgM, arisp, en*) •Jetteteiybf owned. „ -J* * taarebma, Kevcrfd erome. DIM i* fortified MMi 15.000 unh •f protective VHemai A. bte! «, ' ' Byterlan mlni*t«r. Internment in Maple cemetery Mr*. Barrow died Sunday, TB1 YOUR «KOCER YOU WANT. DIXIE MARGARINE lowing an Illness of two years. She was born In Summlll, Miss., lu 1W«, th* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. *• Q- Clendennlrsg, and married Mr. Barrow in 1924. Surviving are her husband; three »»t««, Mrs. D. T. Robinson of fltasemer, Ala., Mrs. Hay H. Mc- Oehee of Waterproof, U., and Mrs. Raymond Cain of Caruthersvllle; two brothers, atanley J. Clenden- nlng of Tulea, Okla., and B. A. Clendennlng of Read Courier Newt Want Ada. Wm. PHASER E. Cherry — Ph«s* Mat J Complete Plumbing gerriet |v AT KffiBY'S THIS WEEK Whitman Candies $1.50 to $4.00 Handy Hanna Hair Dryer $9.95 Fitch Shampoo and Shower Spray Both $1.19 Perfume - Cologne - Bath Powder Tabu-Tweed-Lulien Lelong-Arden. Monogrammed Matches, Cocktail Napkins, Lunch Napkins, Note and Letter Stationery, Place Cards. Hallmark Greeting Cards Home Permanent Wave Ton! Deluxe and Hudnut. Montag Stationery, largest stock te select from in town. Eastman Kodaks, Flash Cameras, Films and Supplies. Gift Soaps, dainty designs and fragrances. UNO OF PRESCRIPTIONS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF OUR filJ all prescriptions from all doctors carefully and accurately at euar- best pnceH. See your doctor, then bring ns your prescription. Save with Safety. Vanila — — 25e Flavors — — 30c ICE CREAM Pints An< as MuaC Ae «m*xHe)-loeiin« me* w* »w« •«* ht ««• weejtW I*, ^wt $J.7f MARTIN & BOYDSTON Everything for Men & Boys BEMEMBE 4 Sunday, May 9th, is Her ''Day " DEDICATED TO THE DEEP LOVE THAT KNOWS NO BOUNDS Mother's D«y, May 9, &•• yo» and M the Bpedjil opportunltj- of •making- "Mom" specially happy on thie «•)•. And u yo¥ mark Mother's D«y ont« mch year with flower* and gifts, so ahould we display our p«r- •otwl lore an4 k*y«Ky i« h«r. M«ny titnee In (he post hart we •«•* mother HMtke pernoriat sacrifice* that wouM add to our advantage* .. . She f« "Mom" to millions and millions will remember her ... So let's make every day Mo<her'g Day . . . There never *o«U be a More daeerving person. 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