The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1948 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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PAGE TEN Hospital Staffs Needed in State Planned Building Exceeds Personnel t Situation Tight- Now LITTLE ROCK. Ark., M;iy 20. 'UP)—The Hospital construction program in Arkansas is advancing rapidly, bill (here Is a drastic shortage of pcrsonnrl for slaffini; the institutions, the Arkansas !los piial Association was told here yes ierciay. J. W. Coddluglcm. research il\ rector of itic Division ol Hcwpmih of the Arkansas Board of Health said there wa^ not enoueh personnel to staff even the present hospitals. '•Where sre we gains; to Ret the. I men and vvcmen lor t.li« new insh tutions we are biiildinu?" lie ».•.!>• t>d. The ncv, 1 li'deriU aid hospital con slrucUon program for Ihe yt>:ir 1947-48, ending June 30, Codding ion sard, would total an r-.stiinate-J 55.360,000 and include more tlmn ! "SOO beds. Conslrnction on m>ie]r o! this work will be started by July I Already proposed for-ilin 1948-4!) year is coiuirtirlfoit totaling armmii J3.000.000. lie said. Jiural lliKpil iS ruiincil The program tor next yeai is in t complctatbut it mcluc'es more ho.-. pitals in imai ai-eas and an acicll t.ioaal 460 \Kil.t m the State Hospi tfll fqr Ninons Di.sea.se.s. He nrgeil the as-sot-ianon to tak the lead in training doctors mi I nurses and in urym^ insmubuns ol higher education to set up trailing courses. Ooddinjilon saiil flu- sljiic h:;s approximately 1.250 ph>siciau.s »n.l surgeons and needs at lewsl 2,CK>9. Nurses available for institutional work total l.COD. whercus 2,000 are needed. Some couumiin'tit's Coddin^ton declnred, are applying for hospitals when they do not hiive a "single phy.siciflti" or other iier s onncl to staff the hospitals. Otlicr speakers yesterday included A. O. Sloughlon, chief of 111.' Hospital InfornnUion Section of the U. S. Public Health Service, and John A. Rowland, bvjsiness manager of Trinity Hospital in Liule Rock. Scavenging for Fuel in Palestine 1 -*." ' ' •" -—•-'-*••-••-' _ • r • ••, BI.YTHKVILI.B (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS | moral character, that he has never been convicted oT a d'loiiy or oilier crime Involving morn I lurpiLude; Unit no llccn.sc lo sell beer by the under:iii4Jied Jius been revoked wlth- )n live .ywirs last ixtfi; and lhal (lie iindersiKiied has never been <;on- viclccl of violating the laira of this simp, or any other stale, relating to the srtle ol p.k-oholfe, liquors. BUKORD MARTIN Siib.sr.ribi'd and sworn [o before rue tills 19th day of May, I94«. Elizabeth Mason THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1948 crtine involving moral turpltud?; llnil no license to sell beer by the niidersluneil has been revoked within five years last past; and Unit the ijAdcrsigned has never been convicted of violating the laws ol Mils state, or any other state, re- luting 10 Hie sale of alcoholic liquors. rtfis. Thclnia Moyd Boydston .Suixsu-ibeci and sworn to before me this J9 day ol May, 1948. ELIZABETH MASON <SEAL> Notary Public My Commission expires 4-36-50. Dr. W. T. BREWER DKNTIST OFF1CK 209'i W. MAIN ST. PHONE 2112 Blytheville, Ark. My Notary Public expires 4-2S-50. NO'I'ICK I •Joticn is lieri!i>y (jlvon Dial th<>. dcr.ii(.n«l will within Hie lime <-<i ny Iriw apply vo Hie Comniis- 1 sterner of Revenues of Hie State o) Arkunras lot H ptriinl to sell hci-r ' ill rt-lall ill 211 W. Miiin SI., Blylhe- I villc. Mississippi County. The ii!iclersin"e<l states lhal lie is n nitiitfii of Arkansas, of good . moral chnrt.ciler. that lie IIM nevsr ] been convicted of a. felony or other Mo 1 ;! IOMI ilcm ijuiltii if, <i 0 e i Jeu i^h ^ nnn i < kfep her warm. Kile's Street expli.iiun last ne of si ne ind v oocl f >i h t < 1 1 \ \ n n e k , II i ..1 lo rching Hie rnlibic of the lien Yehuda i nary. (Photo by KKA-Aeine stall cor- . e.'.pundciu David S. lioycr. ) 76-Y ear-Old Bride Beaten While Asleep in Bed Legion Launches Drive To Aid Stricken Family MT. PLEASANT, Teinl., May 20. (UPi—The American Legimi ueg.ui lending a helping hand, yesterday to a family nearly strapped financially in paying hospital and doctors bills for tvra daughters binn- OKANGE. Tex,. May 20. (UP.i — Mrs. Tiu'lniH ftoan, 10-yeai -olri bi'nii> was Kivi'il an even chiincc to" survive yc.sterday train Injuries siu- ' lereri when she was nistol-iUiippcn in her bsd. : Meantime, police were huiitini; aloiiK the Gull Coast for the ven«e- i fill blonde who lashrd the prcliy ; bninelle yirl Tuesday, causing hev ' to lose her fronl, teeth, and in- | IlictiiiB a broken nose and multiple ! gasJie.s about Hie f :IL -e. ' j Oniiise uflicers svent to Uu:e Charles. Ln. in pursuit of a Mispcd < Ca])t. U li. llaytien of the pollie 1 dc|iartinent Knicl, "we're pretty .sure : we know who did it." i Hayden si'id Mr.s. Rnun told olfi- j cers slic did not know the woman who beat her. i at retuil at 114 W. Main St., Mis- sbsippi C'.mny. '1'hc undersigned slates is a ckixeu oi Arkansas. thai lie of good "KEYS MADE"! I'm 1 Anvlliinj; i LOCKS OPENED ! and REPAIRED j Kur Service Call or Come lo> Bi!J Godwin's ! SPORTING GOODS I, (,'lciicoo ul(| K . IMioiie .13521: It's a Statue A > battery with loose hold-don-n' bolts often is the ennse of those mysterious rattles which seem 1 0 come from under the car. | NOTItK Notice is hen;by given that, the inidersigiied w ill ivilhtn the time fixed by [aw apply to tile Commissioner ol Revenues o! the Stnte i-ii Arkansas lor a penult to sell beer et! badly In an accident last. January. I H begnn a fuml. r; ,ishi|i cnm . i paign for Cecil Martin, phasphat.- j mine employe, nnd his family. First results sa\i- student* at Hay Long High School pus, the hilt for J103 , Don't Be a Spendthrift! Save That Hard-Earned Cash! You can save tip l<> 5(1-* on i.ll your auto body and fender repair »• HOT'S KODY SHOP. PAINT .IORS— ¥35 & up. Complete upholsH-ry service . . . Heiidlinings . . . Door 1'iiiii-l.s . . . Kloor Mais . . . Complete Body Trim. Take advance of our low overhead expense and have that old car roiKiiml n» w . Anv model from !<)}!) (« 1H HOT'S BODY SHOP So. Lilly Phone 3456 Gafewood Grocery State Line Phone 975 GAS GAS Reg., Gal. Ethyl, Gal. 20k 22k Whiskies l-2Pt. Pt. 5th Segram"7" 1.35 2.65 4.15 Col vert 1.35 2.65 4.15 Bonds 2.25 435 6.90 Cagarets Ctn.—1.55 STUDEBAKER . . . Originetwl the "Mew Look" in Motor Con/ • First in Style? • First In Vision! • First by far with a Post War Cor! Guaranteed Used Cars and Trucks S«« Chambiin Sales Co. for Complete Service.' CHAMBLIN SALES CO. "Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer" R.R. AAjhSts. Phone 2195 I you wonder if it's something you ale, be assured il's just a slatue called "Kneeling Figure." F. E. McWilliam sculpted II, and it's showing at the Open Air Sculpture Exhibition in Battersea Park, London. K. M. LARKIN AUTO PARTS Main * Lake St. Phone 52:i We Install Window Glass For Any Make AutmniiMlc While You WiiiC Window Channels Regulators PITTSBURGH PAINTS a Complete Line of Auto Parts EHD-OF-M&Y TIRE SALE STEEL BUILDINGS ADAPTABLE To Many Industrial Commercial and Farm Uses TRUSS-CLEAR ... NO WASTED SPACE • Low Cosl per sq. ft. • Cost Less to bjy and maintain. • Convenient Sizes — 4'0' viidth. length in multiples of 20'. Also 3?' and 20' widths. Idnglns rn mufdples oJ \r. • Strong trussless construction. Full useable space. • Erected in days instead at weeks. C. A. TANT CONST. CO. Auih<tfiz.td Dealer {or Butler Steel Buildings General Contracting P. O. Bex 33 Phone 896 Blytheville, Ark. REFRESHING REDUCING"" INVIGORATING Rid yourself of tliat ugly fat. both men ami women *eel young and be young again by sulphur bath and oil massages. Course of 10 for $20. For Appointment Call 2539 1510 Ash Street E C - Dav '» Violetta Morgan Ulasseuse Masseur - CXmif. 5It Main. Blythevilk, Ark.. Phone ->Kl r M.tdi' rn give ymi the j{rcate« vuliw «ve^ built inm a tr'rc at this low nri<c Give, aepcrubM, ,.,, , A ^ r economy tir« for l>uyfr. 419 ^> Improved ht^lvicnlil* «>rrl jivt« )|r« Ce'ntral Auto & Home Supply 9 W U~;_ ~" ' FOR SALE (itl our prices on tested 12 inch to IS inch concrete culverts. Also concrete huildinK blocks. CALL ON US DIAL 691 W« D« liver and Self for Less Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. \V« Deliver Phone 691 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug StorcS Concrete Tile Sewer Tife Sirrs 4. 6 and X Inch Culvert Tile Sii*s 10. 12. is, IS, 21,- 24, J» »nrt 36 Inch A. H. WEBB Hwj. 61 at Stale Lin« Phon, Bljlhevllle 714 Phone 585 BFGoodfich FIRST IN RUBBER 3UICK »FtCT If you're hurrying—we can rebuild your shoes in shortest lime possible by HKAI. workmanship. Of cotn-.sc, close prices, best material. H-flLTCRS QUflLITY SHOC SHOI I Z I W M O I N S T Local X- Loop Distance Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any PlRce Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. Phones: Day \W Night 29S6 Ogden Soy Beans 2'j pmmrt l)a BSi cleaned and 90% XFimliiiUion IOM. $150. bushel. lllKlwuy ni. ,Vi mttfn Noiili of Htwli;, Mo. Plume 01'M2. J. R. Whistle .i. CAMERAS FOR RENT PDCCf 5x7 Enlargement « rvtc. W ith Each Roll Film Developed BARNEY'S 2006 West Main St. Phone 3647 f** Kt*tM£*CUKy XSVlCf ALWAYS Siill & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3479 Blytherille Ark. 112 Walnut 9t BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 GARDEN SEEDS COMPLETE STOCK BULK OR PACKAGE FRESH PLANTS DAILY BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 EAST MAIN ST. Sec Us First EAST END AUTO SALES BK VALUES For That Car 50.'! E. Main Phont (I'll **• cn USED CARS cnt o/ OK,}, "Neuritis Has Kept Me In Torturing Pain" The letter says . . . "Seems like the pntn just wont let go." For more than SO years doctors have prescribed this natural mineral water thnt lends to neutralize pain-causing acids. Phone or wrlle today for free booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and DM&Inn Bb'lheville, Ark.

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