The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1955 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 16, 1955
Page 8
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PAQH WOHT BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NZWg SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1955 South Gets 1st Vaccine Shipments (Continued Irom Page 1) Balk a Dime" drive. Almost immediately, responses started to pour In. Members of Congress and various state legislatures hnve called for measures to commemorate Balk and his discovery. Organizations and foreign countries announced awards of medals to the scientist. In country after country plans were set to start producing the vaccine. Here at home, the Polio Foundation said that initial .shipments are only 90 per cent of the vaccine needed for the first two shots. The 10 per cent leeway takes into account absentees from school nnd those children whose parents refuse the Injection. Shipments On Way Van Kiper snld, however, that in any area where the 90 per cent supply falls short of protecting eligible -children, additional supplies will be sent. Shipments from large, vaccine- supplying firms, already were on their way to distribution points. Railway Express' 330,000 mile transportation network has been •lerted for priority handling of the vaccine. In Sari Diego. Calif., 30,000 children will get the vaccine shots today, in probably the first mass Inoculation in the nation since the effectiveness of the vaccine was announced Tuesday. In Mexico City, the Health Ministry said the United States has agreed to release 100,000 doses of Salic vaccine to Mexico to check polio outbreaks. But there will be no general inoculations on a settle »uch as In this country. And already there were some reports of speculation in the lifesaving vaccine. The Houston Chronicle reported a "gray market" in the drup. Apparently many persons hnve managed to obtain the vaccine without a prescription and naked their physicians to inoculate them. In all cases the physicians hnve refused, the newspaper said. In New York State, Dr. Herman E. Hilleboe, state health commissioner, announced yesterday one million school children will be inoculated before schools close in June. Inoculations of children in the first four grades will begin in the last week of April or the flrat week in May, Hilleboe said. He said the Polio Foundation would supply enough vaccine to inoculate some 725,000 children, which would include nil first and second graders and children who participated in , field trials of the vaccine last summer. The state also plans to buy enough additional vaccine to inoculate 350,000 third and fourth- graders at a cost of approximately $500,000, phis buying another $500,000 worth to be held for use In summer epidemic nrens, Hilleboe added. NQMINEE?-George W Perkins is scheduled to be nominated as permanent U S member ol the Council at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. He was formerly an assistant secretary of state. M. P. Troinor Rites Are Today CARUTHERSVILI.E — P U n e ral services for Melvin Peter Trnlnor, 44. were held at 9:30 Snturciny morning from Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church here with the Rev. Floyd Bi'Ower officiating. Burial wnsin Helena, Ark., under the direction of LaForge Funeral Home of Caruthersvllle. Mr. Trnlnor was born in Helena. He worked for McKesson and Rabbins In Memphis and about 10 years ago he moved hero to liecome district salesman for the wholesale di'UK firm. A well-known sportsman, he had won several golf trophies in Southeast Missouri. He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Melvin Trainer; a son, Barry; a daughter, Libby Nell, all of Caiilth- ersville; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Tralnor. and a brother, Charles Trainor, the lalter two of Helena. Thomas Rites Are Held Today Funeral services were held this morning in Hollywood, Fin., for Mrs. J. Nick Thomas of Hollywood at the Wadllngton Funeral Home at 9:30 and burial followed in Hollywood Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Thomns, a long time resident of Blythevllle before moving to Florida in 1944, passed away Thursday night at 11:30 In her home. She IK survived by .her husband, a son nnd daughter, three grandchildren and four great grandchildren. I. G. Ricketts Claimed by Death Word 1ms been received here of the dentil of Ishnm O. RickettK, 57, retired Church of Christ minister and missionary, who passed away ill, the Saint Thomas Hospital in Nashville, Tenn., after jiufferlnK a core-brill hemorrhage March 2(i. Since hlfi retirement live yenrs HRO, Mr- R-lcketls has ho.cii eii^a^ed In mission work throughout, middle Tennc.s.scc nnd .soulhmi Kentucky. The Hardin County, Tenn.. unlive and .son of Lsnac and Mary Elizabeth RickcttK has preached In Oklahoma, Arkansas nnd Washington. D. C. After receiving his education at, Frccd-Harclemnii College he remained an active minister for 25 years. Mr. Rlcketls is survived by his wife, a daughter, a son »nd tlueu brothers. Mexico Must- Return Vaccine HOUSTON (A—Customs officials him* ordered a ti.OOO-cuble cenll- ictur .shipment of the new Salk polio vaccine returned hen- from Mexico City. A cu-sloin.s .spokesman siiid Pan- Amrriciin Airways olTicinls were told to impound the vaccine nnd return It here, lie snid the Houston Customs OUicc was not advised until Wedni'sriny Hint foreign shipment of Hi' 1 vaccine wi\s banned the day before. State Gets First Salk Vaccine LITTLE ROCK W — Arkansas hus received the (Irst shipment of the Sulk null-polio vaccine for use in mass inoculations of 126,000 .school children. The vaccine, paid for hy the National Foundation of Infantile* Pn- r»lysis, arrived here lust iii^lit by air. Nation's Production On Increase WASHINGTON W> — Total national production spurted an psti- irmted seven billion dollars In the first quarter of this year, according lo President Eisenhower's Council fit Economic Advisers. The Council's first quarter report Indicated yesterday that only it major economic downturn in the months ahead" could prevent the U. 8. economy from reaching a new peak this year. Total production of goods and services the first three months of !055 was the annual rate of 369 billion dollars, the economic advisers said. This compared with an annual late of 362 billions in the final quarter of 1054. The previous record year was 1053 when total nation'iil production carne to t304,000,0(X>,000. STRIKE (Continued from Page I) to agree on a new contract. One K ml i'd Nearly 25,000 CIO United Steelworkers at Birmingham ended their one-tiny strike in sympathy with the CWA walkout. A 70-palr cable between Atlanta and Birmingham was cut yesterday and a cable between Atlanta and Rome, Ga., a long distance cable linking Miami, Fla., with Key West, Fla., and Havana, Cuba. Was cut. The Southern JBell strike has been marked by mob rioting and the dynamiting, cutting and shooting of cables. The CWA hus maintained It was not responsible. In another labor development, a wildcat walkout of crewmen of the South Buffalo Railway at Buffalo, N.Y., threatened the operation of [he Bethlehem Lackawanna plant and the Ford Motor Co., .stumping plant. The Bethlehem plant employed 17,500 and the Ford plant 4,tiOO. About 400 railway employes are involved. A Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen official said he knew of no reason for the strike which he termed "unauthorized." He .snld it apparently started because of lack of progress In mediation over a new contract. The line carries freight and finished products and services some eight plants empluy- about 35,000 workers. DEMOCRATS (Continued from Page 1) their ballots. Breaking Even Butler .said the party orgnnim- lion Is Just about breaking even financially, but that It (\\pcctcd to RI-OHS more than $300,000 on the Roy burn testimonial dinner. Former President Truman was on hand, billed as one of the slar.s of tonight's dinner in the National Guard Armory. Adlal IS. Stevenson, tbc party's 10R2 prr.sidiMiUui nominee, was scheduled to arrive hilcr In the day. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt also was a featured Truman dropped In on yesterday's national commlUrc meeting. Given n standing ovation, lie pledged his "sincere support lo pled n Democratic ticket in lOfili Irani the White Mouse on down." Trillium earlier had .said he favor.s Stovc'nson ns the party's presidential nominee next year. SOLID — This pigeon was found frozen to an Ice-covered wire by Charles W Campbell, of Kansas City, Mo He took the bird, inside to thaw out and afterwards released it in good condition Formal Probe Of India Plane Crash Launched SINGAPORE (/P) — Officials ol two countries launched a formal investigation today into the crash of an Indian airliner chartered by Red China. Representatives of India's Civil Aviation Department joined with Indonesia to try to determine what caused the ajrUner to go down into the China Sea Monday night while carrying Chinese Reds to Asian- African conference, Of the 19 persons aboard, three Indians were rescued. The bodies of three others were recovered and 13 wore reported missing. Peiping radio charged the plane had been sabotaged by American and Nationalist Chinese agents. U.S. officials termed the charge "nonsense," SUNDAY is Roll Call Sunday at First Christian Church and Monday a fellowship supper will be held at the church, 6:30 p.m. China Reds Get War Supplies TAIPEI, Formosa M')—War supplies banned under the U.N. embargo are reaching Reel China in growing volume through the North China port of ChlnwangLio, the Nationalist, Chinese Tatao News Agency reported today. The agency, operated by the Interior Ministry and claiming underground contacts on the mainland, snid the port was bustlin? as a funnel for supplies for Red China's war imichine. The agency also .said that about 2,000 anti-Communist. guerriUns n reactive south of Shanghai. • RADIATOR WORK Hanged for Spying ANKARA, Turkey 1/11 — Hnysill Karnshnhiii, former Turkish army cnptiiin. U'SIK hnnftcd today for spying for Russia. Rend Courier News Clnssiflcd Ads. Boiled Out Repaired Flo Tested Re-cored ALL tt'OUK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 508 Cl. l.ahc Avc. Pho. :(-6fl81 Church News Briefs DU JOE w. BURTON, editor of Home Life Magazine, will be guest speaker at First Baptist Church Sunday. MONT II I, V BROTHERHOOD Supper of First Baptist Church will be held at 1 p.m. Monday. H'KSI.F.Y MEMORIAL Methodist Church will hold HI) old-fashiined box supper In Fellowship Hall of First .Methodist Church, Friday. THE REV. HAROLD Eggensper- Ber will speak on "After Easter, What?" in the morning services at First Methodist Church Sunday and Mrs. George Lee will be soloist. I N T E R M E I. I A T E S of First Methodist Church will have a recreational program Sunday at 6 p.m. MEN'S FELLOWSHING of First Christian Church will have a supper and election of officers at the church Tuesday. Rr. W. H. Boggs In Carurhersxille CARUTHERSVILLE—Dr. Wade H. Boggs, presiding officer of the Presbyterian Church of the United States, will preach the sermon at First Presbyterian Church here at 11 Sunday morning. Rev. Jnmes Blanton, pastor .of the church, pointed out that Dr. Boggs will return to Caruthersvllle on June 19 and he will , again preach at the church then. "As there are 3.800 churches under Dr. Boggs' jurisdiction, it Is .somewhat unusual for him to come to such n small one as is here once, much less twice," Rev. Blanton said. He explained that on both occasions Dr. Boggs will stop here while on his way from headquarters In Atlanta, Ga., to other points in Missouri. Dr. Boggs will speak to a gathering of tile men of the Potosl Presbytery district at the First Presbyterian Church in Cape Girardeau at 4 Sunday afternoon. The president of the district, ivnich includes 20 churches, is Rol> ert C. Mehrle of Caruthersvllle. MEASURING WORM A measuring worm is the caterpillar of a species of moth. It is noted for Its peculiar looping method of travel, which makes it appear to be mea.suring the distance it goes. Guaranteed Watch Cleaning .50 36 Hour Service 3 Vour wntrh Is completely disassembled—all pivots polished —spriiiRS adjusted and machine cleaned. Chronographs iiucl Autnmnuef not Included nt this low price Thompson Jewelers 114 W. Main Prove/a Urges Austria to Stay Neutral MOSCOW Ufi — Pravda called on Austria today to maintain a neutral position In world affairs and said a similar course would be useful for Germany. The Communist party organ advanced the suggestion In a front page editorial comemnting on the results of Austrian-Soviet talks over an independence treaty which wound up yesterday, Pravda said the negotiations between Austrian Chancellor Julius Raab, Soviet Foreign Secretary V. M. Molotov and their aides had "Important results." It forecast "favorable possibilitier/' for ending the 10-year occupation of Austria. The government newspaper Iz- vestia and the trade organ Trud carried similar editorials. Ike and Stump To Talk Today AUGUSTA, Ga. (P) — President Eisenhower meets here today with Adm. Felix B. Stump, Pacific Fleet commander, to receive a report on the situation in the Formosa Straight and the Far East general- lv After the conference with Stump the chief executive planned to play golf with Gary Middlecoff and Billy Joe Patton. Stump, as Navy commander In chief in the Pacific area, had overall supervision of the February evacuation of the hCinese Nationalist Tachens Islands under protection of the U.S. Seventh Fleet. Correct Installation Provides 1. ivfaxhnum Reception. 2. The saving of costly damage to the structure on which it li mounted. 3. Safety from the possibility of serious injury—or even death. For Safety's Sake . . . 1. Locate antenna so that if It falls it will not come in contact with electric lines. Keep It away from electric lines a distance of not less than the height of the mast, plus 8 feet. Strengthen all antenna masts over 10 feet high with Buy wires. 2. Keep guy wires away from electric wires. npproveri by Underwriters' Laboratories, 3. Install a lightning arrester 4. Ground all masts or towers with No. 6 or No. 8 wire— bonded to a water pipe, if possible. 5. If possible have the work done only by a competent tech- nicKin equipped with the necessary tools and equipment. I 6. An nnnual inspection of an! chars, fittings, Riiys and connections by a qualified TV service man will assure safe and efficient service from your antenna. Spring Theft NF.W YORK - Spring is a wonderful lhlnn but City Pnrk Department F'oreman John Masiru- cola is bloom inn mad a! one en- thu.suistic nalim- lover. Mustntcolu report ed yesterday that someone si oh 1 » five-foot flowering magnolia tree from City Hall Park. American Electric Supply, Inc. WHOLESALE mSTIUIil'TORS OF Eleclrical Supplies & Constniflion Materials Rear 213-215 \V. Walnut —Hlylhevillc— I'D. 3-S;t53 104-100 E. Word—.lonrsborn—WE 5-5385 LAMPS, SERVICE EQUIPMENT CONDUIT WIRING DEVICES H your home or business Iiousc is not adequately wired, sec your licensed electrical contractor. YOU'RE MISSING SOMETHING If You Haven't Tried Bobs Gypsy Rub Liniment HOT DOGS Deliciously Seasoned with Our Chili and Chopped Onions Take Home Sack $10« I KREAM KASTLE DRIVE IN In Appreciation: "Spotlight on Aulomolnlos" week is indeed a fine salute to a dedicated group of community citi/.ens. The citizens of Ulylheville should IIP and are proud of the outstanding group of automobile dealers in Ulylheville. These businessmen are always in the forefront when progressive community steps are being taken. They can always be counted on to give, unselfishly, of their time, financial means and effort to promote lilytheville. It is indeed a pleasure for the Klythcvillc Chamber of Commerce to "salute" and express our anticipation to our Automobile Dealers during this "spotlight on automobiles" week. Sincerely, BLYTHEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IQ t\. rifm President BANDUNG (Continued from Page M trallty between East and West, colonialism, racialism and the U.K. English will be the official conference language, with running translations in French and, perhaps Chinese. No Europeans or Americans have been Invited, but the United States arid other Western countries will have observers. Rep. Adam C. Powell Jr. (D-NY is present as an unofficial observer and correspondent for the Defender, Chicago Negro newspaper. Powell commented on arrival that the Bandung conference "could be the most important event of this century. After Monday, there should be established democracy on a world scale—not democracy monopolized by the West." No Ceremonies TEXAS CITY, Tex. (*-No ceremonies marked the eighth anniversary today of the Texai City disaster which killed more than 600 persons. 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