The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 28, 1947
Page 9
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FRIDAY, KOVEMBEK, W, 1948 BTjTTHTSTILLl! , (ARK.)' OOURTJTR KEWi Holiday Is Happy One Despite Polio Daughter in Iron Lung Joint Family At Thanksgiving Meal By Roland (United Frew Stiff Correspondent) RUSSELLVILLE, Ala., Nov 28. (UP) — The happiest family perhaps In the nation sat down yes- l«<Jay to their greatest Thanks- Mr. and Mrs frig dinner. In a brief prayer, inay spetd her recovery. It U i bath tub at the level ot the lung with a sponge mattress where she nay receive hot water treatment*, included In the Sister Kenny Method. Alter all," he said, "my little daughter and my grandson were cured while being treated with sister Kenny's method." "Before Ion? we believe (.here will be three :nembcrs of the Gentle family who have recovered Irom the dread disease. "She can flex her linger* a little bit now." J. c Gentle gave thanks to the 1-ord for the Joyful presence of their three children, even though one of them was rolled to her place »t the table in an Iron lung. Just a year ago. Gentle recounted In his prayer, their daughter, Lilly, 7, a nd grandson, Mickey, 3, were In the hospital with polio That was a month after pretty Janet. !«, was adjudged the hral- , thlest girl In franklin County. On a hospital visit to «ee Lilly and Mickey, vivacious Janet sva.s Cows Make Vlgs of Stlvn MONROE, Illd. (UP)—Cows shouldn't, try to eat like hogs. Two cows on the Ed Rich farm gol Into the hoc house and ate too much hog supplement feed. One cow died and the other became seriously ill. 3 Negroes Face Death Penalty in Rape Case NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 28— Three Nashville Negroes were under death sentence today .for crlmlnnlh assaulting a young white womni on the grounds of the state caplto last. August. A Jury pondered only one hou paralyzed completely from the neck yesterday before pronouncing then Railroads in U. S. To Ask Another Increase in Rates NEW YORK, .Nov. 23 (UPI- Ameilca's Class 1 railroads will shortly ask the Interstate Commerce commission for an additional live to v tcn per cent freight, rule Increase, authorltlve sources salct today, Bucli increases would boost Ihe freight rate Increases requested by the railroads this year to between 37 and 43 per cent over the 19M level tor the Eastern Railroads and to between 32 and 37 per cent for Western and Southern railroads; Earlier this year the railroads pe-. tttloncd [or Increases of 37 per cent In the East and 37 per cent irT the Wi>s( and South. They were given a 10 per cent Interim increase on oct 13 and hearings are.being held by the ICC on the additional amount, since the original request was made costs of labor and materials have further Increased and a new boost Is necessary, railroad experts claim. of Donald Wnlkofleld Smith, former member o( tho National Labor Relations Board who was convicted with Curley In n mull trnud CUSP. Tlie sentences and the the 13-ycar- Stnlth were corn- time served—live old Curley mut<»d to months. Under the Boston city charier, Curley will be able to resume his mayoral office. City Clerk John H. (Jyiies hns been the acting mayor, but Curley has been collecting his full $20.000 salary (luring his Incarceration. a Group of fish called but. the "rays," which There I* 'flatfish, " are the flattest of all known fishes, do not belong to this group. Orillmtlloo No. 4*0 An ordinance prohibiting snioklnn in, or on bed, In hotels and public rooming houses, and prohibiting the negligent binning of bedding, (mill. CM by ineuns o( mijr UglilMl clg»- rette or mutch or lighten In Hinting, or attempting to light >ny clg- nieltp. duar or oilier form o( binning tobacco. In 1 tho city of Blylhe- vllle, Arkansas. Emergency Ordinance Be it ordained by the council of the Oily of Blitlievllle, Arkansas: SECTION 1. H shall be unlawful ahd an offense for any person, while in. or on « bed, In any hotel or public looming house In tin City of Blythevllle to smoke » llnhteit cigarette clgnr. pl|>e, or other tobacco in any form. SECTION 2. H should be nnlnw- fut fltid an offense for any person, white in a hotel room or In the roam n( » pubHc rooming houso hi (he City of lilytlievllle, to carelessly set. lire to. burn, or cause lo to burned, any.bcddtng, furniture, cur- tnins, dniut'c, licutse or household furnishings, by means of any lighted cigarette,'clu'nr, pipe or other forms ture, curtains, drapes, house or of burning (obneco, or by means of household furnishings In auch pla* matches, lighters, nnd Ihe like, in In* lighting or attmtpttnt to Hftt, any olRKvett*, cigar, pip* or oth*r fofou of JMnoklng tobacoo. SECTION I. Any person violating any o( lh« provisions of thl» ordinance shall be deemed guilty »f a mUdeme>i)or, and upon conviction, fined In any «um ol not leu than *SCO nor mow than HO.OO. MOTION i. Th» Immediate pu- nmte of IhU ordinance belni nec- <ws»ry tor th« lieallh, »afety and | peace of lh« citluni of Blyth«vlll», Arkansas, ah emergency lit hereby declared <nd IhM ordinance sl»ll be In full force and *ff«ct from and ullcr it* passage . E. K. Jiick.wn, Mayor Attest; Fiank whltworlh, oily Cl«rk guilty wlUiout recommendation of mercy, which automatically gave Monroe Scrlbner, William J. C. Turner, anil Tommle Howard T: i The stricken with polio also. She was down. Lilly and Mickey recovered but them the death sentence. Janet was sent In an Iron limn to 'The three are James John Hopkins Hosplial it Baltimore for a long stay. "I'thank thee, Lord, thai Jancl could b« with us on this Thanks- giving Day." he said in his prayer. .' Then dentl e carved the lurkcy »nd helped In serving the typical Thanksgiving dinner — dressing with giblct gravey. cranberry sauce peas, creamed potatoes, minced meat pie, fruits and nuts and fruit Boston Mayor Obtains Presidential Clemency WASHINGTON. Nov. 2B (UP) — President Tritman commuted the mail fraud prison sentence being served by Mayor James AT. curl^y of noslon so that he Thanksgiving with and Mrs. Gentle proudly took tuYns In feeding Janet in the'Iron lung. / Janet, a home'sick but happy girl, was flown here late yesterday In plane equipped with a portable lung. She Is such a lovable patient, two of her nurses st Baltimore agreed, that "we resigned our Jobs to live with her here." They are ^Miss Doris Hunt of Oxford. N. C. and Miss June Btagcn of Baltimore. Gentle, an of/ice worker for the Rockwood Stone Co,, rebuilt one of .their bungalow's seven rooms just I' tor Janet' He Installed a Warm Springs Foundation Iron lung and nearby a gadget of his own which he hopes Pepsi-Cola Company, Lmg Island Cil|/ t N. Y. Franchiser! Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Blylhcville Good Southern Cooks delight'em with Hot Biscuits and DIXIE r YOUR GROCERS .ALWAYS SAY DIXIE mftVei golden brown biscuits extra delicious. -Finer ingredients give il a fresS, {lavor.neK tall*. In f»ct. DIXIE flatten the flavor „( 'all lo/tt of Hoi bre*rJi, rolls, pop* overs, mutfini and toast. And DIXIE Is richer in food cne/gy . , . «n ( economical source of pf»eiou« • yitumin A. ' l \ . [very pound tho year aroynri, i fortified with Vitamin A. DIXIE MARGARINE Hov« you •v«r a**n anyone Uav* part ol a RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 1 DAT SERVICE OH ANT MARK OR MODEL. to.. LIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONI 2642 VV« c*l| for and,Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Electric*! Appliance Co. 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