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June 23, 1948

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BI-YTHEVIIXB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Doctors Score Tree Medicine' AMA OppoMt R«d Craw' Plan for Nationwide Blood Bank CHICAGO, June 23. —(UP)— A resolution before the American Medical Association yesterday held thai the philosophy of provfdiiiK free medical service to all, "v,-Ith<5ut re- jard" to their ability to pay, is "un- American." The resolution waj introduced at the AMA's annual convention by Dr. T. J. Plnkerton, Honolulu delegate. Pinkerton said the resolution was offered in opposition to a pro- .posil for a free, nationwide Red Cross block bank. Pinkerton presented the resolution to the AMA house of delegates, which took it under conslderatlojj at a closed session. The AMA last year approved "In principal" the Red Cross plan of setting up free blood banks throughput the country. But the AMA aslied the Red Cross not to set up a blood bank until the local medical sociely in the region Involved had approved the idea. Plan I» Expensive Pinkerlon's resolution charged that the Red Cross "Is Invading,, uninvited, the locale of fully established blood banks."He asserted that the Red Cross plan would cost about $10.0CO,000 a year, while blood banks set up by the medical profession Itself would cost only a fraction of that amount. His resolution added that the Red Cross plan is "opposed to the principle that, It Is the responsibility of the Individual to assume obligation for medical expenses just as for other living expenses." Doctors attending the convention, largest in the AMA's history, yesterday witnessed two operations by television. One was a skin graft and the other a knee operation. It was the first time a surgical operation «ver had been televised. WEDNESDAY, JUNE Evangelistic Team With the Courts Chancery Georgia M. Driver v». Abner Driver, suit for divorce. Read Courier News Want Ads. This is it! \ ^ S NV\ "<"/ y -^ IJOAf r- "5,,. x ^^^ V i'i v\Nr Trigidaire Ministers Foment Move Urging U.S. Youth to Violate Draft Law NEW YORK, Jun« 23. (UP)— Paul Stevens of th« pjrrt Pretby- 'Iliree hundred protestant ministers I terlau Church, Tacw, N. Me«,, wrot« and leaders urged the youth of America today to refuse to register for the draft and If already In the armed services to resign. 11333." 'Hie statement was issued under' Dr_ Chalmers: ''You may list me as an honor graduate, U. 8. Naval Academy, the address of Kcconclllatlon, the Fellowship of which binds JU members to refuse to participate In NOTICE or SAIJE or SCHOOL, BUNDS any war. Many of Its members were conscientious objectors In World War II. "As the early Christians refused to oiler * pinch of Incense to Caesar's Image, so we believe (Hit Christian youth In tlie United Blyllievillc School District No. States today should refuse to unlit °< Mississippi County, Arkansas, even the token recognition of rci*- (hereby (jlve« notice that it will Mil Istnttlon to this contemporary evil [»t a public sale lo the highest bid- wlilch means disaster for Untlr'der, subject to the conditions here- country and their church," the j'"alter set out, an Issue of 1317,000 statement said- ' ; in combined refunding and new The world's first completely synthetic varnish, made from petroleum, promises to add to the world's food .supplier by replacing paints and varnishe* now made from edible vegetable oils. The I!ev. Brady Cook, pastor of the Grar.d Avenue Methodist Churc!) i Fort Smith, tonight will begin * series of revival services in the I,ake treet Methodist Churcii. He is shown here with hl.s sister, Miss Irene Cook, soloist, and they will be assisted by another sister. Miss Fern Cook, s a special worker with the young people of the church. The Rev. heron McKisson is pastor of the Lake Street church, having* recently jeen transferred here from a pastorate In Monette. Service. 1 ! will begin it 8 o'clock each night and continue through July 1. Jak Ridge Newspaper ""wipe/ids Publication Due to Lack of Ads OAK RIDGE, Tenn., June 33. (UP) —The Oak Ridge Times suspended publication today because of a lack f anticipated advertising volume, 'uullshcr George p. Chandler an- lounced. The paper, first to be published strictly for oak Ridge consumption, lad been In operation only two weeks. It was unique In that it Is the first Independent newspaper to be edited on a government reservation. While edited nt Onk Ridge, the dally was published at Knoxville, 20 miles nway. The editor Is Ous Robinson, well known Tennessee newspaperman and former public relations chief for Atomic Energy Commission Installations here. The statement was In the form of a letter urging mothers, fathers, sisters, girl friends and spiritual leaders to support those who refused to register. It said the signers were anting ns Individuals and not officially for their organizations. Among the signers were: Edwin McNeill Poteat, president of Col- gatc-Hochoster Divinity School, noclii-.slcr. N, Y.; Bernard C. Clausen, Kuclld Ave. Baptist Church, Cleveland; Frederick K. stnnini, first Congregational Church, Chi- cngo; A. D. Belttel, President of Talladega' College In Alabama; Henry Illtt crane, Central Methodist Church, Detroit, and Allan A. Hunter, Ml- Hollywood Congregational Church, l.os Angeles. "Political and military leaders will not have the Incentive to abandon war as a 'last resort' so long as they know Hint In the showdown they can depend upon the youth of the nation to subscribe to conscription again," the statement snld. "No Americans or Christians who have not demonstrated their integrity are likely to do effective construction bonds. The bond« will be dated April 1, 1948, and will mature serially on January I of each year as follows: 111,000 In I960 and lf»l 8.000 in 1952 and 1965, inclusive 10,000 in 1954 to ItWJ .mclustn 10,500 in 1963 and 196* 11.CW in 19« ' 11 S!.o In 1666 and 1WI 12,000 In 1968 12,500 111 1969 13,000 in 1970 13,500 In 1071 and 1B1J 14.000 In 1973 H.500 in 1914 15,000 111 1975 and 197B 16,500 in 1977 Bonds Nos. 1 to *2, both inclusive, will bear 2 1-2 per cent interest, and Bonds Nos. 93 to 322, both Inclusive, will bear 3 1-4 per cent interest. Interest will be payable semi-annuai- ly. The bonds were authorized at a special election held In the Dlstric; on May 8, 1948, at which time the district, voted a six mill building fund lax. The present assessed valuation of taxable property In the district is $4,370,391. The bonds of the new issue will be ™r t » prlc. of par on January i <* »ny year The buyer may have tht right to name t h^t* * nd ""** ° ! Payment for IhU Issue and shall have the right t« convert the bonds to bonds ft.1 ! * '°u er rat * of interest, figured according to th« Universal Bond Values Tables and subject to the opproval of the tate Commissioner of Education. The bondi will be ,old upon the unqualified approving opinion of jownsend and Townsend, attorney* of Ultl* Rock, Arkansas, and the district will pay for thU opinion and the cost of printing and trus- teeing the bonds. The sale will be held upon auction bids at the hour of 2 o'clock . M. on th« 1st day of July, 1M«. i the office of the Superinteiident f School! In Blytheville, Arkansas. Bach bidder will be required to de- o*it a certified check, in the mount of a«,340.oo, drawn on a ank that is a member of the FDIci nd payable to the district, to be eld u liquidated damages in the •ent the successful bidder dots nor omplete the purchase. Checks of nsuccesstul bidders will be returned promptly. The district reserves i« right to reject any and all bids. "or further Information addres.3 Mr. William B. Nicholson, Superin- endent of Schools, Blylheville, rkansas, G1VBN this S day of June, 1»W. MjYTHEVIUJE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. S OF Radio microwave.* help science measure the distances between molecules with almost as much accuracy as a surveyor can fix dli- ( tances between two spots on ihe enrth'.s surface. peace work among Russians and 1 callable for payment prior to mt- Comniunlsts, lo whom Christianity lurity in inverse numerical order, is a laughing stock or an aboml- >n all cases with accrued interest, nation because they feel Hint Chris- «s follows: If culled for pay- tlans slug about Jesus and the cross ! ment from surplus money derived but place their trust In atomic : from the levy and collection of the bombs." j annual buiWlng fund tax, at par The Rev. Allan Knight Chal- on January 1 of any year; If called mers, until recently pastor of the for payment from any other source nroad\vay tabernacle here and now only the 3!i per cent bond shal professor in the Boston University , be callable, and they shall be call- i School of Theology, and the Rev. ! able at a price of 102 cents tn the A. J. Muste, national seerelary of , dollar face value on January 1 o. i the Fellowship of ncconclllallon 1 the years 1956 to 1859, both inclu- and Presbyterian minister, released ' sivr, at a price of 101 cents on the i the statement. [ dollar face value on January 1 o! One of the signers, the Rev. J. the vcarn I960 to 1965, both Inclti- •Automatic Washer All you do is put in clothes and loop, set the diol and forget ill tn leu than a half-hour cloftej come out cleaner, whiter, damp dry... some ready for ironing imm«dialely. And the washer fills, dcam and einplie; iljelf automatically! S*» a Demonstration I ow fw tarti.it Dch'vtr^ IRONIR ir<xiin«. e Electrk CLOTHES DRYER F«c *•<*, ..to^Hc drying indom. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. A Complete •wriee Dtp*. In Connecttn J- W. ADAMS, Mgr. 20«-08 West Main Plion«2071 BUY ALL YOUR FINE BEDDINO ON WARDS CONVENIENT TIME PAYMENT PLAN MISSISSIPPI OOUNTT ARKANSAS By: Max B. Reid, President «nd: W. L. Homer. 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