The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1948 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 1, 1948
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FAO1 TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1948 County Reaches Seal Sale Goal Miuco President Proi»«« Work of Community Workers Christmas Seal sales In thti county totaled t8.S87.58, it was announced today In a final report of return* by Mr*. Roland Oreen. president of the Mississippi County Tubercuto&U Association. Of the total, 18,215.44 was received from white residents while t3T7.ll worth of the seals were purchased by Negroes. Largest sums were received from Blytheville residents. White residents of the city sent $3,375.30 while $111.61 wu contributed by Negroes her*. Oceola was second, with »941M received from white and Negro residents. In Negro tabula tions, the Carson-Grlder-Drlvei community was second with $53.7 In contribution!. TwwtT par eenl at the tola! frill to to the itate an4 national group* for their iu« while the feminine W,«70.06 will remain here for BM In Mississippi Coun- »r. Mr«. Green expressed her appre ciatlon to "everyone throughout th county that helped In any wa either by contributing time r money, to raise the necessary fund with which to curry on the year round program of tuberculosis cor trtJ." She uld »h« "would like to than especially the local chalrme throughout the county who worke ao faithfully to raise these funds." Mrs. Oreen thanked the Jaycettes for handling the personal solicitations prior to tltt actual drive, mem- b«r« of tht Osceola Klwanis Club uno asaUted in the seal sale& there, Beta Sigma Phi sorority and the Luxora schools for handling bangle sales, Blylhevllle ministers who made announcement! ot the sale on Tuberculo«U Sunday, and seal sale chairmen in smaller rural schools where there was no community drive. Record by CommimHle* Following Is a breakdown of the seal sale receipts according to towns and communities: White Colored Total 3,275,30 131.61 3.406.91 Collegiate Goats Live in Artistic Bam tailed Newsmen Called 'Martyrs' Editor and Reporter Sentenced for Refusal To Reveal Sources NBWBUROH, N. Y., M»r. I, (UP) —Two newtp'per'nen who went to l»il r»th«r th«n revol a conflden till news source were hilled i martyrs of the press" todty and were awimped with »Ut* from ad mlrers. Douglas V. Clarke, 33, n«w« edl- rfl , rlr ,.- th , mon th tor ot the Newburjh N«w«, and Wcle re^traTlow Charles u Leonard, 27, reporter Wcle 'W'™™ 1 " 1 ' for the paper, began serving 10-day wnUncea list Prlday tor contrajH ot court. They also were fined 1100 each, which they refused to pay. They were held In contempt alltr they refused to tell a grand Jury where they obtained numbers lottery tickets reproduced In the newa- Paner along with an article on gambling conditions In the city. Traffic Fatalities Show Decrease During January CHICAGO, Mar. 1. (UP) — The National Safety Council reported . Saturday that traffic deaths dropped 13 per cent In January, compared with the same month In 1947. Th« January d«tth toll wu 1,110. l**t year 5.440 pcnonj died, Buffalo,, N. Y., led cltle* of more than 600,000 population with 1.7 deaths per 10,000 registered vehicles. Philadelphia WM second with J.9 and Boston ranked third with 2.}. The three leading cltlw In ell population group* except th* largest reported no traffic totalities Based on ve- they were: JOO.OOO-SCO/)00—Toledo, O., Newark, N. J,; and Norfolk, V«. 100,000-100,000 — Wichita, Kan.; Tampa, Fla.; and Sacramento, ,Cal. 80.COO-100.COO — Phoenix, Aril.; Pasadena, Cal.; and Hockford, III, 2S.COO-SO.OOO—Baton Rouge, L».; Jackson, Mich.; and Battle Cree<, Mich. 10,000-16,000—Vallejo, Cal.; Palo Mr. Kvrard'* ottlc* was formerly located In the Ingram Building at First, and Main. Citizens of Sweden pay the telephone company a small (•* to b« awakened each monrlng. Mailman Finds a Way WARE, Mass (UP)—To deliver mail to ttw tnowboxmd ro»dsld<5 boxes of ruial residents, Edward L. Miner, letter carrier, uses a long pole with a home-made clip gadget that enables him to open tin boxe*. The 40-foot murnl on this barn was painted by students at Mnriclla (Ohio) College from a medieval design by artist Franc Kppinij, of Lenox, Mass. It shows the Archangel Gabriel ousting Satan, represented by a dragon, from heaven. The barn houses a hci-d o( 20 Routs on the farm near Lower Salem. Ohio, owned by Swiss-born Prof. Fritz Mnrli. who leaches philosophy and medieval art at Marietta. In photo, his daughter, Judith, 13, holds one of the goats while calling in the herd. Blytheville Annorcl 145.15 Blackwatcr . 25.00 Box Elder 17.26 Clear Lake 41.50 Dell 314.00 Plat Lak« .. 28.90 Gosnell- Calumet .. ; - 50.67 IHnlf Moon.. 24.00 Hlckman ... ' 13.00 Huffman ... 32.10 Leachvllle .. 401,83 Lone O«k .. 35.00 Lost Cane .. 67.55 Lute Corner 68.00 Manila 312.60 MllHgnn Ridge .... M,4« New Liberty 76.00 No. Nine .. 44.12 Pawheen ... ».+9 Promised Lund Redman School .... 10.00 Rockcy 45.00 Roseland ... TO.OO Royal 6.00 Shady Or've 6.00 Tomato .... 1S.M Veterans Housing Quarter* . »0.00 Whlrtleville 30.00 Yarbro 113.00 Basset t 30.00 Burdette '... 84,00 Carson-Orider- 12.15 157.30 Mint Director Discounts Roosevelt Dime Rumor as Too Silly For Words' WASHINGTON, Mar. 1. (UP) —* ~ ~ Mrs Nellie Ross director of the i I'"" will "'ways be there. Like any U. S, mint. Saturday said a rumor ot "" a ''' lst ' '« si «" eti( his work, ihal a Communist atient placed Jo- . No one (!Ve1 ' thouglit ot calling in scph Stalin's initials on the Roose- | l|« dimes or takine off the Ini- Draughon's College of Mechanics Pott Office Box 835, Memphis, Tenn. Will give you specialized training; on motors, motor tune-up, painting, auto electricity, body and fender work, clutch, brake, transmission and deferential repair. A complete training, approved for VETERANS. Call or writt for free information. velt dimes is "too silly lor words." Also "utterly absurd." Mrs. Ross I s»ld, Is a report that the Treasury will call in the Ro&sevelt dimes because of the minute Initials "JS" that appear Just below Mr. Roosevelt's head on the face of the coins. The Treasury knows the initials are on the coin. It authorized them. They are the Initials of John Sinnock, official soulptor of the mint who designed the coin. He diet! two years ayo .about the time the nev; Mrs. rtoss conjectured that the rumors were .started "facetiously" and passed along by "some feeble minded person.' ' "Baliy ttvti" Turkeys Sought PULUMAN. Wash. lUP) — A 10- Repairman Works Organ Over—But Definitely KOSCIUSKO, Miss., Mar. 1.— (UP) — First Presbyterian Church services yesterday \vere conductec without organ music. An "organ repairman" absconded with four 1 of the $15.000 organ's pipes. The church board (jave the man SL job overhauling the Instrument. He was paid off and left town in a 1947 Pontiac sedan with an Arkansas license. , Elnt when the church organist seated herself at the keyboard, she discovered four or Ihe pipes were They said to reveal their source would break a confidence. 'You are martyrs of the press," said Monslgnor Henry o'Carroll, 82-year-old dean of Catholic clergy In Rockland and Orange countle«. who visited them to give them hl» blessing. The calhollc prelate was only one of dozens of visitors who came to the Jail yesterday. "A steady stream of candy, flowers, cigars, ciearets and Ice cream, dozens of letters and telegrams Alto, Cal.; and Independence, Mo. Life Underwriters Meet; Memphian is Speaker O. Thomas McElwrath of Memphis spoke on 'Idtali and Ainu" at the monthly meeting of the Association of Life Underwriters here Saturday In the Hotel Noble. W. O. Guerln of Blytheville, president of the Association, presided over the meeting. The association and phone calls and visitors have (voted to hold a ladles Night here been pouring In." said Clarke.. In March. "We're worn out from being social. Guests at the meeting were Alec "It's pretty nice to have so many I Lee of Chattanooga, Tenn,, and B. friends, but the beds are hard and j A. Lynch of Dlytheville. I've got kinks In my back." Senutur Introduces Bill Meanwhile, state Sen. Thomas C. Desmond, Newburgh. Republican. 16,00 25,00! dimes were put into circulation. 17/^5 "No American with n grain of 63^50 Bray matter would think this gov- 214.00 28.90 5.00 6.00 eminent would place the Initials of a foreigner on our coins," Miss Ross year research plan into nutritutlon, genetics and management has been started by thy Washington State Poultry Council. Hntchabllity of "baby beet turkeys, turkey diseases antl development of modern equipment on poultry farms will be Included in the study. Moves Law Office Marcus Evrard, Blytheville at- sale! emphatically. "Mr. Slnnock was wonderful 6.00 78.00 50.12 8,49 Former Blytheville Girl sculptor. He had a great reputation ; Killed in Auto Accident Miss Eugenia Wedding, 28, of 'Memphis and formerly of Blythe• vllle. died yesterday morning at 012.1S 20.09 261.24 St. Joseph Hospital In Memphis of 3.62 3.62 injuries received near there Satur- 7.10 .'.36 9.46 : day night when the cur In which i '•he was riding collided with a sta- 3.00 3,00 ! lion wagon on Highway 61. Her fUncc, driver of the ciir, poultry : missing and wires hail keen literally crossed so that notes skipped when the keys were pressed. Hnrmoiv was complelely forfeited—and replacement parts cannnt be found this side of the factory. The highway patrol was asked to be on the lookout for the "repairman" who sabotaged the organ and brought on the "lost chord" condition. legislature today which would protest newspapermen from divulging their, sources c.. 1 information. Wallace Brennan, of Dunkirk, N. Y.. president of the New York State Society of Newsriper Editors, called for every member to appeal for passage of riosrnond's bill. Attorneys for the two newsmen tried unsuccessfully on Saturday to free the men on a write of habeas corpus, but it ftas denied on jurls- dictlonal grounds. The inert have not paid their 24.00 18.00! as a metal work specialist. His inl- 32.10 401.83! 35.00 | osceoli .... 5? 55 Round Lake 68.00 | Ro5a school 312.001 shady Bend i School ... I Sllllman 4S.VJ 8.00 51.41 10.00 45.00 1200 5.00 6.00' 15.00; School ... Victoria .... West Rldge- Etowah ... Wilson 1384 70.00 122.41 310.00 Whilton-Chellonl- Birdsong 67.00 25.00 10.00 Arkansan Recommended For Membership on CAB WASHINGTON. Mar. 1. <UP) — Ben. J. William Fiunright, D.. Ark.. said today he has recommended William M. Berry of Arkansas for appointment to the civilian, atio- nautici board. He formerly .Uyed in Little Rockv '.-".' >'-"". Berry, - i.*U6*t region*! admin-; Istrator for' thi CAB at ft; WortK' Tex., has been a career employe of 400.00 'In Memphis for about 24 years, at- I CAB for more than 10 >e&r5. lencilnpr schools there and In Tun- I .......... ~~ „, . ... 77.00 lea. Miss. ' Read Courier. News Want. Ads. if his law office to the Anthony Building, US North Second fines because their attorneys said that would be an admission of "the correctness- of the conviction and penalty." Clarke said he was particularly pleased by a gift from the-Jocal ice cream store. ' ; "I used to atop by every day after work for a fudge sundae," he said. "Now they've promised to send me one every day I'm In Jail." IIM ' 7900 suffered t brain concussion., Four --'"=•- of ,the station 'wagori with Injuries. 1 were Sale! Thousands ASSORTED HIAVlil • ^W 9 fl CHICKS Ds Guarantee Hmavy •rt«if« livmty N« 1 ATLAS CHICKCO. Dept. 5 AK St. Loull, Mo. "A STRANGE BIRD IS THE PELICAN... HIS BEAK HOLDS MORE THAN HIS BELLY CAN!" IS YOUR CAR A PARALLEL OF THIS BIRD? Does your car gulp gasoline like the Pelican, without shoeing appreciable mileage? If so, maybe It needs ft new ring job and motor tune-up. Why not brinjf your tar to us right away for a look see—there's no obligation for this service and you'll find out just wher« you efand without loss of time or worry. SHELTON MOTOR -*~JL COMPANY 119 W«t Aih St. Phon« **38 15.00 Driver Dyess Frazler Frenchman's Bayou Joiner Keiser Xuxora OTJonnal Bend 217.00 53.75 75.00 40.40 206.00 352.41 242.00 4.00 28 SO 5.00 10.00 30.00 113.00 30.00 109.00 271. IS 75.00 6.10 70.00 206.00 357.41 252.00 4.00 Relief At Last For Your Cough ' Creomulston rellevei promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel term laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. 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