The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1947 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 13, 1947
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS British to Shun Entanglements B«vin Soyi Troops Not>o Enforce UN Palestine Decrees ' By H«m«r J«ifc» (United Press Staff Carmtmndrnt) LONDON, Dec. 13. <UP) — Foreign Minister Ernest Bcvln said yesterday that British troops will not help enforce the partition of Palestine, even Jf'the United Nations Security Council so orders. The statement touched ojf fresh speculation that UN eventually might have to ask the United States and Russia to send troops to Palestine to end Arab-Jewish fighting. "It Is for th.8 Security Council to lay down which slates will find the forces, but they can not usa British organized forces," Bcvln told commons. "Neither can I be party at th« present moment, when the security force a« a whole Is not organized under UN, to putting British forces under other commands." Bevin, In the second day of Commons debate on the Palestine situation, »aid Brltlnn would give up control of Palestine even bcfoi-e May 15 If possible, and rush tho withdrawal of the 70,000 British •oldlers now In the Holy Land. Great Britain previously had announced It would*not play a "major role" In the enforcement, but Bevin went further today, asserting that "we feel we have done our Bevin went further today, asserting that "we lecl we have done cur best — the problem of enforcement must be left to others." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2947 The,Moslem World Hears Call for 'Holy War' Against Jews Scout Leader Dies PINK BLUFF, Art, 13. (UP) — Carl A. filing, of Pine Bliif/, statewide Boy Scout leader, died suddenly here yesterday. Illing. an .1- genl of the Guarantee tifc Association, has been Identified with scouting In the slate .'or 28 years. He wore (he Silver Beaver, highest award In scouting and a 25- year-scontlng service pin. Th« Arab LcogtM, ton- titling of Syria, Ltbonon, , Tronijordon, Saudi Arabia and Yemen, numUn obcyt 19,800,000 Mosltrm. ) above • l-As-.hnr or "holy ve shows (he priiieipnl areas Imviiig large Moslem jioiHilnlions, (o whoni the holy men of 1000-year-old University in Cairo, Egypt, issued a call for all Moslems throughout Hie world lo embark on a jilmd war" to figlit pnrlilion of Palestine. Their stulenient declared the jihad is on "unconditional obligation." Figures on man Kive aunroxiiuale number of Moslems. Nationally Known Doctor to Write Health Cofumn for Courier News Faces Murder Charge ARKANSAS CITY. Ark., Dec. 13. (UP) — J, M. Mcthcney. 60-ycnr- old McGeho* man, faced murder charges today following the death of J. M. Brady. 61-ycar-olri fanner of near McGehee. Brady died In a Ocrmott hospital after his throat was cut In a light three miles North of McGehee Saturday. Chief deputy sheriff Earl May mid that Metheney surrendered to McGehw officers following (lie light. Brady Is survived by his wife »nd *lx daughters; On Key Dr, Edwin p. Jonlnn, nationally known former practicing physician, It the new author of the NEA Service health column. "The Doctor Says." ' . As a recognized medical authority. Dr, Jordan brings 'o readers of courier News his reliable and lucid discussions of evcr\rii> health problems. He has had many years of experience In translating medical Information into the averaRC man's understanding, and , Is a former associate editor of tho j Journal of the American Medical Association. "If people can be helped lo avoid getting jick and can got medical attention soon enough when disease strikes, their health will be Bl'eatly improved," Dr. Jordnn declares. "In my columns, therefore, the emphasis Is on prevention of illness and the recognition of early signs of diseases. "Many llhlrsses can he prr- vpnteil by modem .sanitation and prcvcntalivp, inoculations or vaccinations. So 11 Is important that the public he well informed about the iiropcr precautions tor healthy living. HugucUe ReyiAult is Paris' 1947 version at "Miss Dactylo," or Miss Typist. The 21-year-old secretary will now compete in t*w "Miss France" contest. ] n addition to typing, Huguetle is «iso an excellent swjmmer and Ice skater. Dr. Edwin F. Jordaa the American Association for. the Finest of Crops Plowed Under Educator Says UTTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 13. (UP)—OhargiiiK that 83 ilfr cent of American school children receive only average to poor education, Joheph F. Landis. president of the American Federation of Teachers, told delegates at (he opening scs- sion of the annual convention of the National Farm Labor Union that America is "plowing under it.s finest crop—its youth." More thun .150 delegates of the farm workers union heard the national teachers Union president describe conditions In our public schools a-s "clissrncclnl." Landis called for an increase In teacher.;' .salaries above the niKent conniry- widc nvcrngi! of $lSOa and greater local, stale and federal aid to education. "Since 1939 almost GOO.OOO teachers have left the. .school rooms of America. This means that six out of ten teachers have left the profession because o! their inability to earn a decent livelihood in their chosen work," Landis stated. Jexons' Anti-Frceze Deal Brings Opportunity to Cool Off in the Clink CLARKSV1LLE. Ark., Dec. 13. (UP) — Cold weather might have acted as a stimulant to the fast growing of two Texas men, but today they are cooling their heels in the Veil County Jail at Danville, Ark. s State Police Radio Operator Tay- Inr Hannah said the two young men —who claim Houston,\Tcx., as their home—wore arrested after peddling ••frisid-aonc" nnti freeze, along the Manufacturer Killed HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Dec. II. (UP)—R. s. Hartenstein, M-year- old Little Roclc elevator manufacturer, was fatally Injured jfMter- d»y In tin eollWon of two automobile* six mile* we»t of Benton, Ark. Two other person* wer« hurt hi the wreck. Harlstem died In a Hot %>ringi hospital. He waa traveling alone and driving toward LJttl* Rock. Occupant* of the other car ve» Identified ax Robert Glasgow of Omaha, Neb., and Mr§. Mildred Murray of Lincoln, Neb. »ha* Mn b« bought at about th» *•"» l>rk« u In 1941. There wer« a tew exception* to UxUy'j action, the transport association reported. KMd Oourl*r New* Want Bu*r at tt SOUTH ROYAI/TON, Vt. (UP) — At 83, Mn. L. D. Mclntosh ii busr IB her kitchen these day. 1 !, making four toiu of mincemeat. She make* It each year for «al« throughout tin nation. Airlines Boott Ratet WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. (DP) — Most domestic airlines boosted their fares 10 per cent today in hopea of getting out of the red. The Air Transport Awociation «aid, however, that an. airplane ticket remains one of th« Jew Hems route from yort Smith to Rugsell- ville. ^ Demand, for the fluid waa terrific, Hannah said, with one filling station operator forking over 9360 at W per gallon. Everything was fine, he added, until it occured to saoiaou* to analyze the fluid. It comnined a solution of salt water and bluing. I ."^ n,u\.,i^nii f»«n^iinnin iuri me fccu treatment or disease Is re- • Advancement of Science and. the cognized by doctors as a serious; American Rheumatism Association, state of affairs. bccausB it so often i One ot his chief interests in re- results in delay .In starling proper ! cent years lias been the fight a- treatment ^or brings an complies- ! gainst, rheumatism. ""'""...'."..,nlfi\ ™*™ s ^.,!!*' ,..P,^ J°«Jan_wiccpcris the late Dr. The "'^ '"" " and recovery. For this „.„„,, columns will point out som,, of the Important symptoms of disease — warning signs that may foretell the approach or a serious condition." Born in Chicago In 1002. Dr Jordan received his Bachelor of City Radio •Service- Dial 2407 Far Expert Repair* 32t East Main St Felix A. Carney WATKINS- PRODUCTS Now Available A Complete Line Famous Since 1868 Mrs. B. Justus, Dealer 1411 Ash St. Phone :U15 ... in Kidney Trouble Try Mountain Valley, the famous health water from Hot Sprinjj, Arkansas. A soothing natural a i d (hnt has been perscribed for more than 75 years. Delicious to drink . . . not laxative. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Mam and Division Blylhcvillc, Ark. iberculosl. 1 - - - - •• -..i,. >*. u *.,, n,-,i, .1 mi w tl .., HIK •rcncc between death' NBA Service health columnist for reason several years prior to hla recent death. or o Science degree from the University Of Chicago In 192,'i. fie received the M. D. degree from Rush Medical College In 1927. After further Truman Puts His Okay On Harriman Proposal WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. (UP) — The White House said officially today that tile relaxations of the anti-trust laws provided for in the administration's anti-inflation bill _. ^ . °~ . ' *--'. <int-[ lurincr iinimnisuauon s anti-imlatton bill don rJr , P7 ; lf? ' Vlnwn a " a r ""- " rc Acceptable to President Trudon. D. Jordan returned to (he . e o e member Urn?""" 5 " "' " '"""' ,..„„ , . "" 1C llc< " nm<1 Rush, Instructor o[ medicine at and an assistant attending pnysi- cian at Chicago's Presbyterian Hos,,/ . He J° lncd thc AMA Journal •staff In 1B37, and has been a B"lar contributor to medical m,b- Hcations. The aiiliinr of "The Doctor Earlier, Mr. Truman (old a news conference he wns opposed to the relaxation of anti-trust law.s as provided in the Republican conn- Time to Mail Christmas [Cards, Postmaster Says I ' , | Postmaster Ross 5. Stevens today | , warned that holiday erecting cards ! not in the mail by Monday eve- ' ning face a chance of not being . delivered before Christmas Dr.y. L "We're doing our best." he said, | "with the seasonal flood of mail, but you hnie lo remember that in the 11 clays hr-Ween now and Christmas, the average mall carrier will deliver as much mail as in six full weeks of normal operations." Since the suggested deadline for out-of-state mail was Wednesday, j Mr. Stevens advised that cards or parcels to distant points now be | sent via air mall and special de- ! I livery. j is n member of such leading mcril- cal organizations as thc American Medical Association, the American Public Health Association, the I Cnicaco Institute of Medicine the 'American College of Physicians. tcr anti-inflation program. A White House spokesman point, ed out that any relnxatioM of the ;" anti-tnist laws tinder the bill submitted by Secretary, of Commerce W. 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It Supplies Information There's nothing I like mote than an ad with copy that rolls up its sleeves and gels right at the facts. Copy that's down'to-earth and full of interesting and important information that I want to know— sizes, colors, materials, prices, etc. Now that I know all the facts It Simplifies Buying Makes it easy for me to buy, or I'm likely to shy away. Give me a coupon, or a tele- phont number, or any other way of easy buying ... I'm a busy guy and I like convenience! Just make it simple for me lo buy and then .... Tell Me Where To Buy Don't make me guess where I can buy it. Let me know- where it's being sold, or I might go to the wrong store. Give me the store name and address, If it's a big store give me the department name. Ma.vb* I sound like a tough guy. but give me an «d wilh all the facts, straight and simple, and I'm sold, EASY AS flE. Joe is an average guy BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS V-

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