The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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MONDAY, SKPTHMHEU 22, 1U17 HI,YTlIKV!l,l,Ii! (AUK.) COUR1HK NKWS Wallace Attacks President Again Quick Administering Of Forrestul's Oath Called Fear-Breeding PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 22. (UP) — Former Vice Pip.iiaciH Henry A Wallace .said last nlglu hat ho hoped the choice at tlw polls wou'cl ba bslwcou tlic Republican Party and a Democratic Parly "returned aliil devoted lo tile principle.'; of Thomas Jefferson and Franklin Roosevelt/' Wallace spoke ni a Constitution Hnll rally of the Progressive Citizens oi America and delivered an- r oilier 1 attack on the policies of President Truman. Ht> said Mr. Truman's action in ordering the swearing in immediately of u. S. Secretary of Dtftnsi: James Forrcstal because of an "international emergency" \vas "the very lowest method of breeding fear • • . not a technique which will melt Russian stubbornness." "The president refused to dis'jus'-i Hie emergency," Wallace said. "I iti- fisl that il there is a genuine emergency the people have ;i right 10 an explanation. "If there is no emergency, thio action rales as the very lowest method of breeding fear. It is not a technique which will melt Hus- si;m stubbornness. It will certainly not endear us lo peace-loving peoples anywhere in the world." 4 BJ-parU5iin politics have jniL its en ihc road lo war, ho asserted. "Your efforts from this moment forward will determine our future," Wallace added. "They will determine whether we have planning, training ami production for peace, or whether war strategy, Universal Military Training and armaments :ire to consume our energies and resources. "There must be unceasing efforts to build a political organiation which will reflect the needs of the people." Round Two Coming Up Nantucket Hospital Must Depend on Self NANTUCKKT, Mass. lUl'l .-. A hospital TO miles at SIM has Us troubles. Tile liny Collate Hospital, serving Nantuckol island, Is Isolated In storm or fog and must be entirely .self-sufficient. In addition, II must urrangc Its staff mid housekeeping to accommodate Hie needs of '.'.MO persons In the winter and 15,fi«) in I ho sutiimi'r. Despite (ho handicaps. Nun- luckct's hospital i.s accredited Class A by the American Medical Association, maintains 24-hour X-ray and laboratory facilities and Is PAGE NINfc e(|iil|-p«l as well as many city hospitals. Operation of the hospital Us mad« possible through contributions of residents and "off Islanders" who visit here. Iil]>|ii'riii|; Herring In milking a herring Into a klp- per, the- Il.sli Is split np«n, suite:!, ami I lien placed In a smoking kiln over smoldering sawdust, wood, or chlr.s, until considered done. Concrete Culvert-tile SIM* W to M- (Kclnforced or Non-Krlnfurccd) Cli«<i>rr »nd Lonrer Laillnt than any nlher Bridge MatnUI. Concrete units fur Kuuliar; IVlvy—Concrete StfUe Tinki. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 N. at State Line 1'honc lllyUierllle 111 For Dependable RADIO REPAIRS Phone 578 We Pickup anil Deliver LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. .'illI W. Walnut St. Like two pn/elighlerf. before the bell. Secretary of. Slate George M'irshall, left, mul ISovicl D Foreign Minister Andrei Crnmyko shake hrmds before lanelingj in the debating arena ot th General Assembly i:i New York. In the lirst lound of UN debate, Secretary Marshall made a ____ ins attack on Ihc USSR's nhiisc of Hie veto power. UN Snook urns the Stork Grounded, Wings Clipped, After Unauthorized Flight Read courier News Want Ails, Save a Little— Have Much! Life insurance is IL fortune . and whether a policy'is modest, or small,, everybody buys it on the installment plan, E. H. (Eddie) Ford Lynch Ruildins I'honcs Bus. 2811 Res. 3185 502 Numerate St. Blylheville Gcncrn] American Life Ins. Co. Reconditioned Motors for Sale ALL-GOOD MOTORS! Recently' reconditioned in our shop, using- latest factory methods. Conic in 1-30 II. p. to It/, H. p These motors will do the job. Sec them today! Medlin & Lane Electric Company 129 So. First Phone 2180 CHICAGO. Sept. i2. (Ul 1 ) - The slork got grounded S:ilurdiiy lor I niakinv, an umtmho.'i/eil ni»lu. Attciulnius ui Hi': BrookfieUl zou I clipped his wiiiys—(loser. Unit is , | They wanted to m«l;e sure he didn't take any nnrj unscheduled trips. One sleepless ni<;:it was enough. They tossed all ni«hl wondering where Sncokum:., ihe stork, WLI.S • during his 18 hours of freedom. According lo all Hie bouks, he just couliTn't do il. The book *:»id a .slork couUJr.'t My if his winrj were clipped. J3rook:k>ld zoo iollow.; the beck. Altendnuts had his \vings. The book wa.s wrong. Snooknms suckl-.-nlv .spread his Kings Thursday nftunoon and Hew out of the. bird yard. Acting Zoo Dire'.-lc'r Ralph Gra- imm was amaze<l. "]Iey, he can't <!,> that. His wings are clipped,"_ he shoiUcd. Snooknm.s.'didn't Ijdicve him. He kept on flying. Graham and a &;roup of attendants climbed into a cur and gave chase. Snookunis kept right on going.. He visitor! n country' ciub. u veteran's hospital, and even a cemetery. He didn't ca;;.se any liouble. He just paused and then flew on Finally the attendant.'! lost .sigh', of him in the dark. They went horn;; and tiwaitcd (lie worst. Tlic .slork was tiieir re.sponsibillly. Here iio was on the loose. Anyihing inisht like the locks of things. The bird looked tr.o happy to .suit him. He not out the cheers and gave the stork a clipping—so close he barely left the bird any \vings. 'I don't want llim to do thai a<;;tin," Graham .said. ''No telling what a bird like thai was up to." Gridiron Music Soothes Patients Jn Mental Wards MASSILON. O. IUP>—Nursc-s nl the Mn.s.siton State HospHul jiRroe that music that hus power to nrouse a I'oolbfKl crowd ulso )ins power to scothe the inctilally ill. Dr. ArUnii L G. HycV, liospiUU supiM-intendcnt, snkl he allowed th^ »HLsical inn j ore tics,"" who ciiliveutt! intermissions at t!ie Cleveland Brov/ns' foot bill games last fiiU, to perform at- tlie hospital as ".SOIL of ;:ii experiment lo test the effect of such activity" on thp pntieiU.s. Ht* is "definitely pleased" witii the J'o- sulls. 3Cach tiay, tJie nlvauis of music filler over the campus-like' grounds from J) a.m. to 5 p.m. Dr. UytK 1 * suy.s palient-s on daily \vnlt;.s ^iu>.; a lively inLLrest in the ^4 .short:;- and-haltcr-clatl mnsiciaas directed by George Bird. I.)r. Ifyde snitl "Music is a wonderful healer and the patients are £et- tius; a lot of enjoyment out of the band practices." I 'However, i here Peruvian Jungle Yields Rare Beetles, Spiders NEW VOIU':. <UI'>—Jnnn V i>al- lislcr, entomologist of the American Museum of Natural History completed a nine-month, one-man expedition Into the Peruvian Jun- sles by rcturnini; to New York '.vlth 28.000 rare insects and spiders-all carefully pickled in preservatives. Pallister invaded the jungle aimed only ailli « .small pair of forceps, cyanide bottles, flashlight a butlcrfly net and a small knife. Amontf his collection, the museum said, were ''[;inantic. ferocious beetles hal'f a foot in length, rare cave-dvvellim; .spiders nnd the i;ro- le.sque lantern fly," Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Savings Low Net Cost Protection Per Service W. L. TAMKE I «08 E. Davis St., P. O. Box 131 I Phone Z.187 Blytheville, Ark. 1 " ' General Electric COFFEE MAKER Two-Heat Stove *. WIDE MOUTH BOWLS * TWO-HEAT STOVE * EXCLUSIVE TASTEGUARD * CLAMP-ON LID * GLASS FILTER ROD * 8-CUP CAPACITY \. Hubbard & Hoke Appliance Co. , lire a. few sour notes. Hospital employes who sleep It didn't, though. The next mornine. they organized j noes. ospa empoyes wo see another nossc lo take up the search 1 days say the majorettes on "lir.er for Snookunis. ] ran" aren't exactly conducive i:> j When they looked in the bird ' repose. yard, there wr.s S!mokums. He wa.s | ______ slr.Utins around apparently quite j stl , Ucl . jllg is n ^ e "" U mcs more « piotid of hunsclf. Oraliam dKli-.'i. , comman alang lncn Ul;in w()]n( , n . Attention, Used Car Bir/ers! Our Fall Sti!c Sfar^5 Saturday, Sept. 20th This Ad Good For - - ON ANY CAK ON This Ad Good For I-OT ! ! ! ]>uvm n (his s;,lf wc | l;) vo ,i cn SEEING IS BELIEVING- DRIVE BY AND LOOK 7 EM OVER tis ssr tE Sr™ nancp I- 1 " 0 - •"'••' " ^" "- !''/'-M" S . " c 'V 1 ™' :lll(1 remember folks, we f°i- v.^i l \> 2 - M'Nli'l'LS! ^ c ''"" l «;islc your lime. Huriiclf Aulo i.iM becoming Known ;is the Ucsl I'hu-c in Kl.vthevillc lo Tunic. 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Alain I'honc 85«T)7 DIRT FOR SALE Pride Phone 517 FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver I'lmne 691 Now soles? . . . new heels? . . . new laces? . . . We'll do everything that's needed to Sov« your children's shoes ready for FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. HALFORD'S SHOE SHOP 106 So. Second St. Still & Young Motor Co. ' Lincoln-Mercury Dealer I'lmnc 3179 Blythcvillc Ark. 112 Walnut 9t. KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 -The OM Reliable" G. O. POETZ T«v BWVM *t PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

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