The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 28, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 28, 1949
Page 10
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FAOS «* •LYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18. WBV Contests Planned By Club Women Horn* and Community §*autifrcation Projects To Be Given Emphasis Mor* than 40 member* of Home Demonstration Club* in Norlh Mis- Obituaries Top Educotor sissippi Oaunty attended the monthly County Council meeting •t the Ix*t C»ne Gymnasium, Bat, when plan* were m»de for w*y, w (our contests to be sponsored by the emincil. The four divisions planning ion- tests or competitive projects Include: gardening community beau- «4fication, clothing, »nd recitation. Th« recreational group decided that Funeral Services Conducted for Mrs. W.W.Simpson Rite* lor Mrs. Grace Simpson, wife of W. W. Simpson of Dell, were conducted at Hie First Methodist Church In Dell by the pastor, the Rev. Eugene Hall, tliU afternoon. Mrs. Simpson, 62, died at her home in Dell, yesterday after a short Illness. She was bom In DeWItt, but had lived in Dell since 1916. Her husband is constable of Dell lown- ship and Is deputy sheriff lliere. Survivors Include her husband; five sons, T. W. and Russell Simpson of Dell, R. E. Simpson of Bly- that the dramatics "tournament, tlievllle, E. A. Simpson of Pensa- vouU not rate the groups, tat llmt cola, Fin., and Wade R Simpson i would present a dramatic of Medlord. Ore.; six daughters, as a club project to Mrs. Helen Haller ol Roselancl, Mrs. raise" funds, and that a date for Mabel Lewis of Manila, Mis. Clara collective showing would be set for rticnardson ol Fensacola .Mrs. Mara elrlyW with the funds collected Luc Buries ol Biloxl, Miss., MM. here to go to ihe Council. Mrs. W. Catherine Vasslcillo ol Oalveston. U Smith Hid Mrs. B. A. Bueg were Tex., and Miss Nora Simpson ol named to a committee for deter- Dell; two brothers, Fre<l Moon of mining where the plays would be De-WIlt and Wade Moon of Halley; "resetted, and scheduling » dale. and a sister. Miss Myrtle Moone ol A oomnilllee for planning the D ** lt ^ M p, m , ra i H ome was In : No definite plans were anuoimc- "• ». Blai.t-eii.5nip. ^ •d relative to the dres» review to - ... _ _ . be sponsored, but it was decided Rites for Mrs. D. P. Lef that the council would furnish prize 1 — - ...... Red Tops Tokyo Conducted in Kentucky Last rites for Mrs. Louelln All Lee, 82, were conducted today Benlon, Ky., and burial 1 was Hnrdln. Ky. in tin project 10 piovtue » guis . Mrs. Lee. widow ol DP. Lee, died dormitory lor 4-H .students at the Ut her Home in Leachvllle.Sa urday, Diversity of Arkansas. Various "tier a long illness. She was born In ?«]«£ were outlined by the clubs Marshall County. Ky., but had been t*iuji.-ui»j in- -w * ,nVl«<t tr fi-\i-. c/ii'pral VfStrK money for the gardening contest winners. During a business session it was announced tlial the North Missls- »ippi County home demonstration clubs had been given, a $2,000 . In the project lo provide a girls Nominated by President Truman for the post ol U. S. Commii- tloner of Education Is Dr. Earl J. McGrnth, abov«. Dr. MeGrath would succeed Dr. John W. Studebaker, resigned. Now a professor ol education at the University ol Chicago, Dr. Mc- Gratk previously served on the faculties of the universities ol Buffalo, Iowa and Minnesota. represented. The Palrview K'oup set up » baiaar at Saturday's meeting, »nd sold handicraft and needlework to raise money for the project. A <j\illt project conducted by another club was' completed, and Mrs. Bugs was named winner ot the quill. 'During Ihe afternoon, the Lcucli- ville club, under the direction ot their president. Mrs. Lula Swlhart. presented a ' model home demonstration club meeting, in connection •with the officer's training program The Armorel club, with its president, Mrs. Clifford Elliott. In charge, presented a contrasting meeting, of the wrong way lo conduct the meetings. The Council's March incetln: will be held at the Wommrs Clu'i in Blytheville with the Lone O.ik club acting as hostc-ses. New Shrine Club To Discuss Plans For Ceremonial Members of the recently organized Blytheville Shrine Club will hold their second meeting at 7:15 p. m. Friday In Sulliva. .1 Restaurant. 114 Norlh Second Street, lo discuss plans for holding initiation ceremonies for Sahara Temple here next fall. Officials ot the Sahara Temple In Pine Bluff have Indicated the ceremonial will be staged in Blythevile 1C as many as 40 candidates for Shrine membership * in tills area have been obtained by members of the Blytheville club and oilier clubs in this section of the slate. "Fifty or more members or the Shrine are expected lo attend Friday night's meeting and Shriners from other towns In the area h»v« been invited. It was indicated that an official from Sahara Temple was expected to meet wltli Iht group. It was announced that the cafe, where the meeting \vlll be conducted, \vlll be closed lo the public at 7 p. m. on the rlay ot Ihe meeliiif. In this vicinity for- several years. Mrs. Lee. an aunt ol R. A. Nelson of Blytheville, lived with his family icre lor several years after his nother died. Survivors ' include a daughter, Mrs. Floyd Smith of Fresno, Calif., a brollicr. E. W. Nelson of Norlll LilUe Rock and three grand chil*- dren. Mr. Nelson left Blytheville yesterday lo tilteiKi the services for hi* aunl. ' ' • • • Burdette Child Dies Graveside services for Robert Lee Hudson, three-month old son ol Mr. and Mis. Robert Hudson of Burdette, were conducted this afternoon at [lie Sandy Ridge Cemetery. The child died yeslerday at the home of the parents. A sister, Billle Jo Hudson is the only other siitvivor. The Cobb Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. LEGISLATURE Continued from P-ge 1 each morning at 8:30. Ordinarily the House convenes daily at 10 a.m. Speaker Carl Hendiix this morning urged members to refer their local and non-controversial bills to a committee headed by Rep. Lloyd E. Darnell of Gnrlnnd County. His committee Is to select those which arc purely local in nature and unlikely U) be controversial. Klection Bills Offered Three separate bills Incorporating features of Governor McMath's election code proposal were introduced In the House this morning. One would set up a registration system for voters. Another would rcBulnte absentee voting. The third s designed to prevent fraudulent Continued from Page I a* a whole went especially for the joint chiefs, who include the chiefs of stall ot the Army and Air Force, the chief ol Naval operations a"d the chief of staff to the President. "Three of tli« lour members are spokesmen lor separate service arms," the report said, "The secretory ol defense, and his viewpoint for the unified establishment as a whole, Is not represented In their deliberations. "Thus, though the secretary of defense Is, under the act, llie principal assistant to the President in military matters, lie cannot, as a practical matter, nialnlaln effective civilian control over this most powerful of military units." This "divided responsibility and allegiance arc tantamount to an almost complete absence ol control," the report declared. Lack ot Control lilt /That lack of clear control over the military the commission found ^o'be one ol the major flaws in the 1947 unification act, although it said that measure "has achieved gains." "Throughout its history," the rc- ioit said, "the United States hits icon fcarlul of military cliques and >as thrown up safegaurds against his threat to democratic govern - icnl." Now, It went on, the pressure of events has resulted In a budget, of approximately $15,000.000,000 In the current tlscal year, more than a third of all federal appropriations anrl large military budgets must IK Ihe expectation for the Immediate luture. "Undei these circumstances, me nalion must make very sure thn means of exercising civilian con irol are strong and effective. "We must do thli not only t •.nleguard our democratic tradition i gainst militarism, but to Insur that military policy shall be in clos accord with national needs and im- Sanzo Nozaka, re-cleclcd to Japan's House ol Representatives for his third term, received more votes than any other candidate in the Tokyo metropolitan area In the last election. Nozak: wus one of 31 Communists t win seals in the lower house To keep from dulling Us claw ><e giant anteiiler walks with i oes curled inward. „, Takin from Barg* uried in Memorial Park Funeral services lor Cecil E. omlln, 3«, whose body was found i the hold ol a gasoline barge ear Osceola, Friday, were con- ucted at Ihe Holt Chapel this tternoon by the Rev. E. C. Brown, astor of the First Baptist Church. The body of Mr. Tomlln, a lisher- nan liom Fulton, Tenn., was round n a barge docked at a Mississippi River landing. He Is believed to ave fallen Into the gasoline while rylng to till one o! nine gallon ans lound on the barge by officers Burial was In Memorial Park lemetery. Chancery Court Convenes A one-day session of Mississipp Jounty Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District was convened lere today by Chancellor Francis A. Cherry ol Jcncsboro to hea equity and divorce cases. Much o the morning session was devoted t< motions In cases before th court. • Announcement • Clarence E. Johnson Holder of Bachelor of Science Degree from Bowling Green Business University Is now associated with the firm of JOE B. EVANS CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT The avaucaria, curious tree of South America, looks like a pine, but Isn't, and wears its crown like an umbrella. Cluws attached to garden gloves save the hands and allow more efficient weeding and shallow cultivation of the garden. Btytheville Woman's Father Dies in Memphis J. A. Leslie, father of Mrs, Howard Hiivs ol Blytheville, tiled slirt- cienly at his home in Memphis last night of a .stroke of paralysis. Funeral services are Incomplete but, probably will be held al the National Funeral Home in Memphis to- Mts. Hires and her daughter. Muxine, left for Memphis this morning and Mr. Hires will go there voting. . The governor, in a prepared stale- nenl Issued this morning, expressed nope that the legislature would enact the code "or at least the most important features of it." Those features he listed as elimination of block poll lux buying positive voting, elimination of the duplicate ballot, registration of voters, regulation of absentee voting, authorization of voting machines j and steps to prevent fraudulent VOtlllR. Two bills to Increase Arkansas sales tax revenue also were introduced in the House this morning. One. by Rep. Jnmes A. Glpson of Saline County, would Increase the snles tax from two to three per cent. The other, by Rep. W. L. Ward of Ixc County, would require retailers LO pay the state all money collected in sales lux. accord with national needs ana national welfare and also to insure that costs shall be commensurate with actual needs without damaging or destroying our national economy. "At present, we can be sure of ione ol these things." ] Increases Forrestal's Power These were the commission's recimnicndatlons: 1. Give the secretary of defense lull power over the defense budget I including authority to give it a! •major overhaul;" and require the armed forces to keep "comvilcte, ac- •urdlc and current inventories," 2. Center all the reins of the dc- ]| fense establishment, in the hands of ; the Secretary of Defense, stripping i the secretaries of the Army. Navy : and Air Force of their power to appeal over his head to the White House. 3. Make the entire personnel system of all three services subject to the secretary of defense — every- Pumpkin pie ice cream has heci featured on the menu of a Boston restaurant. thing, that is,, from recruiting and prescribing uniforms to supervising military activities "at the working level" among such agencies as the joint chiefs on one hand and the central intelligence agency, research und development board and munitions ooard. on the other. 5 coordinate the medical departments of the three services with other government health agencies. ks outlined in a report to come li-.ter. 6 Take -'immediate" steps to prepare for civilian defense, mobilina- ;;on- and unconventional methods of warfare. On the proposal to revamp 'he leadership of the Joint chiefs, four of the members turned 'n a minority report saying the com mission didn't go far enough. Sub Reports Checked Joins Insurance Firm Appointment ot Elberl S. Jolt'i- son. reciint graduate of the University ol Arkansas, a.s .special agent for Blytheville and vicinity for the Equitable Lite Assurance Society of i the United States was announcnl MANILA. Feb. 28. Wj-Rcport ihte today by company officials. Johnson tcslries at 1332 Hcan Streev and his wife Is a member _ the faculty ol llie Blyihevinc Hlgl that submarines have been sighted off the east coast of Luzon thir month were being officially Invest! gated today. One was reported Die lacvuiy 01 itie wijinevinc iiiyu jgwicu i.unn.,. ~..^ .— -~, school. She is an Instructor in home sighted on Feb. 2 and another 01 : P«l, li economics Feb. 14. Read Courier New PROFIT By Readina Ad* bayl PROFIT 'JThIs attractive young lady O'Hara Jon*. Thi* attractrn photo Jhowi you why she won the "Vise Brevity" contest »t Miami Beach. BU Advertising In The Classified Columns When You Want To Buy or Sell ADS PLACED BEFORE 9 A.M. WILL APPEAR SAME DAY All Classified Advertising Payable in Advance Phone 4461 Blytheville Courier News ATTENTION Get Healthier, Sturdier BABY CHICKS at L. K. ASHCRAFT COMPANY Cherry & Railroad Sts. EGG POWER U what your pulleli need to U>| when em are high, and that'J what they get when you addl PAN-A-M1N to their mash. Dr.l Hess Research Farm pullets Ret-l Hag Pan-A-MIN have alwaysf laid more eggs than pullets on similar rations without FAN-A-I MIN. Try a 35-lb. pall. Woods Drug Store Contractors Builders Material Men Arcnilects Realtors ECONOMY HOUSING PROGRAM FOR 1949 • Meeting To Be Held O Municipal Auditorium, City Hall TUESDAY March 1, at 10 A.M. MAX LOGAN Chairman, FHA Committee Seed Soybeans Our Specialty SPRING PLANTING OATS Also Alfalfa, Lespedeza, Sweet Sudan, Sudan, Pasture| mixtures, Lawn Mixtures and other field seeds. Call Us for Your Kequirements BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORPORATION Blytheville, Ark. 856 Phones 857 10 C Nu-Wa Offers You the Biggest Laundry Value! 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