The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1947 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1017 110 Born During Month in Missco Only 18 BlythevilU Parents Listed on State Agency's Report B!i!i>.s of white cliildren in M'JS- •fl?Jippl County during the period Sffl. 10 to Oil. 10 totalled J10, it ftv.s announced today by Harry Lee W.lLismfi. director of the Bureau of Vital statistics, Arkansas State • 3o»rd o< Heai'.h. The births lollow: M. O. end Agnes McRac, Blythe- Vsiie, boy, John; R. L. and Vcrsie *i'ilh, Blyi.hevilie, boy. Donald; lAwrtnce »nd Berlin Bdivards, Lux- »ra, girl, PhyliU; J nines »nd Leli I/»n«, Blythevilt*. boy. Konni«; Travis and Vii^iiiui Powell, Ijijxora. ^jrj. Daxw sh; Richr.rd »nd Ttiema Cr»»'J ford, Del], girl, Barbara; O. L. ami J«ssl-! Sc:lt:r,K. HoiUncl. Mo., boy, WillUuii; H. W. :uid Statnleon Bradley. Bl>'ih»vil!e, if.i\. Kaltueen; Rub! and DRi«y Biai/X'-nxrin. Hornn-Frllle Mo., bojr, Davic! ' ; P. L. siu! Miliirpd lianiion Ely- j llieviiiir. boy, SU'ni-; „.. T,' end N'aomi Orson, Toniatc. cirl Mornin- liiitnira and Jcv,i-l Kubwt; Sleet-' Mo., girl. (,Mro: : C. i". ,.„;, o . n { Li|.i!oi\-l. Bisihoviiic. hoy. Ciiarlfs 0: is mid j<i ,v<iii A,:-,(i,,. uh-.u-vire' u.-,y. Hoi-.KliI; (.. U. ; , ni , VM -- n U ,,:<l-r H-UhLVllle. buy Kuan'; Huzei Bi'.n:.i. u,y|ji,.vi:[!> dlt; Wayne Jii<] Kil, StPfilp. Ma, Bill, Can.'., Primping for Teen-Age Cattle Show BT.YTHRVn.T.K (AUK.) CO UIII MR NK\VS 1 L. and IXnvi H. R Kiui iij;. A«;ioi-el, girl, i ( 'a. Jao.es Aiiti Erii.y w,.-,;. 3»,.yiii*v>Ue Ixiv, JHII-M; JJ. V. j;iU iliv.js Tiiat.i- (•]•- Xrnu'ri-i. ;,uv. Larrv; feu-el :-nd V.'iuie Pttty, faede. .Mo.. twin* boy and girl. Jhck and Jill; j. v and Uagna. NettMssni. Blytlieville boy Garland; D. H. and Ch-iHyn Day Ulytlicviilf, fir!. Caiolyn, c. H I'-iitl Kul;y Riiljjh, blytlicviiic, hnj, Calvin; K c. ni,tl Rhebn U'tibeucv. Hayii. ifo., bo;,-, Lawn-no- E A aad Nelda Wilson. Osceula boy Ei'imtU; II. C. and Lucy Miller' O.s.-eola. ijirl. Lucy. ALrcd iinci Maigarelie Pain. Osw- ola. girl Eivie; A. D. and Florcn-.-i .Vlcx.re, Ojttola, girl, S:mila; T H and Delborta Pint'ston, Osceolii, giil, Wilmn; c. L. and Levada Powell, Osceola. boy. Jerry; James am! Min- Mie Rtiss. Ojccoiit. girl, Uorcan; Porler and Haincr Bryan. O.sceola, hoy, Uciuiir; Johnnie and Berths Thoir.p- .-011. KcLstr, boy, Luther; Edward and Christine Stevens. BlyihevH'c, s:n, Lindii; J. R. ami Carrie Cisscll Bassett, boy. Larry. Albert and Mary Wilkerson, Kci- .ver. boy, Jame.s; R. R. and Ruby iluffii:. Oss'eols. bov, Hinherr!; " Lynn Groom, IS, of Perry, Okln., Rives one of his sheep .T final trimming before bhnv.-ir^ the ynijn.nl at the Amciiean Hoyal Live- slucA J-Jho'.v in Kanrr.s City, Mo. Il'inrlrccis of Future Funnel's of Arnciica, of \vhicli Groocn is a member, and 4-II Clubbers from all ovtr Hie nation cnteiTd slock in cninpcl.tion fur youn^ people. Proposes Subsidy for Plane Builders WASHINGTON, Oct. M. (UP)-The Civil Aeronautics Board SUM today that development ot big new transport planet should begin r.t one* and should be financed through government subsidy. Proposal for tubsldized dtvelob- nicnt of new transport planes ro keep the United States In the lorc- tront of air competition look up H largo purl of a 344-page ititement .submitted by CAB Clmlrnwi .ionics M. 1-andls to Presidents Truman s Air Policy Commission. Lcmttt opposed, however, tugKcs- tkxu U> tti« commission that the D. •. should maintain i Urge reserve I loot of tninspoi-i. planes for » national emergency. He «»ld there \vas no way to nxe such planes in peacetime and the military services hiive failed to produce figures show-Ing ho* many they would need. White present lurne iraiisnoru — Ki;rli as ti'e Lowhetd Constellation. IXuiKlaa DC-ii uiui iivwiiiK tttriuo- cnnser-.'.v:ii h si n d I y iniineihnte needs. Landis s.ild it "Is by no menus too early lo start dcvVlop- inont work on a successor tti laeit iiireiHd." ! "This is partKHilary ln!c „ vinKc i States-tlnx ennii'is un- I H main- Inlu tliclr fnvomlile competitive Ktat- ns In internalloiial air trans|K)il»- tlon," he ndded. The knnsaroo v«t nt soiulmiMlern United Sian-s n.ivel.s only on us lilncl le»f, with koine walstance from its tail. Killing Arkansas Man •roKYO, Oct. ao (DPI—The u. s. Army disclosed yesterday Hint LI. .Icilin II. Crow, of Uenton, Ark., was killed las', Tlnusday when his l'-51 Mn.stant! filthier plane ci nslieil Into tlie ocean off Honshu Uliind dining KUtmeiy exhibition YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER s HOT FIASHESthen FEEL CHILLY- N*r« f « 6Md News! Ar« »mi bAlwfen l>^« mHM nl M anrt S'.' fnil Ki'lliK llilu.t',;li [liiil IrvlliK (illli:llouHl 1 iiitaui«-wn«- p«[loil pt- cilLlBr lu •rotnrnv Do*. LLli iiuik* clwniniy. jo neri'oiir, IrrKiOik- wo;ik7 Tlirn no Iry l.rdlit K, I'lntlin.u^ Many ».| se •ml.M!,,-™./ women t»ki- I'lnklininv lo iinturi- (you Know wtint wv linllli "'liu'"iV>1tViii'i» mi nil'I. Thin I'.'.'-o: IhH'illc-lnr nho IM.'« I"!"-'"!"* |,M,I whnt lloi-K.r. 0*11 K tlumnclila - -noluDii-Tounl \ ' " ""B »"iH" II ri.NKIUU'S'.'Am.l.l*) .HI, „, I Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND PAGE nv« RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (All Tjp*. Kiccpi c-aiMcr) DRS. NIESt NIES Clinic IM Mala, Bl.vlhcvlllc, Ark, Ffc*M SKI BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS >lca for .ion bairx riui-oiicaiu : fte niailf XjOnnii? \\ .Ikinson Lea: l-vi:ie yi Snaiw.; 1C L. anrt M.T-, p'.. s oi lyn; O. A. and Eine! GICL . •. twin ijiils. Csirlcn? nt:ii Avloiv. : Woochow and DillV. Kirk, Roseland. boy, Charlc's. J. C. and Mollie DavLi. Victor!,'.. Uos'. LL-roy; liobeit and Miiry Coolej. Blylhc-ville, boy. Larry: beroy aiiu Uva May Cauijhraii, Keiser. bov. Jeny; climildlcs K. and Pi-nil Jacii- son Etowah. boy, Willard; Thomas and Ellen Ner-omb. -\Ianilii. boy. rerciiioiut:; Carl; L .S. uni! Susie Hnz?lwoo(). 1 to Osojir s. LcflChvillc.. Birl, Mnrtlcc; Olsirencc. ' migrant Ijov am! Gwendoiin SiniLh. Manila, girl, ' Sandra; Homer R and Jewel Bruugh. Manila, bny, Kenneth. Huey nnd Idn Griffin. Osceola. Sirl. Besitrici-: williain and Uimplt- Dingier, Armor?!, giil, Catherine; A. M. ami L..-siil Aiuleison. Manila, giti, Chailoitc; G. H. and Almo Kirk, Blythevillc, boy. Terrj'; O. L. anrt M.iry Soles. Manila, girl, Lola; W. s. and Lucile Lester, Leachvillc, l»v. \v;!|prd: K-"reit. and »?s;jo Si- Truman Renews -\ppeoi to Aid ""s in Europe Nancy; Murry and Florls \S'a!;s, ! Keiser. girl, Ruby; Theodore ami i Victoria Burgess. Marie, girl, Donie i Sue; L. R. and Maiulie Roive. Gri- ! tier, Rirl. Maudie: Bnfoid and Anna j Gnmbrall. Manila, boy. Reuben- Wiliiai-d and Betty Oeoriie Osceola ' boy. Willard. C. W. and Edith Scull. Keiser, girl. Linda; Clifford and Lula Reynolds,' OaL'COla, gill, Linda; J, C. and George Stringer, Manila, bov. Pre.s- lon; Shade and Clara East. Manila l-iirl. Fietia; L. L. and Betty Ward.' Maaija, girl. Barbara; w. P. anci •. Gcraldine Jolliff. Manila, bov, Mar- , Inr; C. C. nnd bessie Tyler.'Lcncii- ville. boy. Gary; Bice and Rctlm \ Moore. Oiceolll, girl. Shirley; E. D. and Ruby Littleton, Manila bov Darrell. O. H. and Johnie Pearson, Manila, rtr). Brciulsi; William nnd Eleanor Snlton. Manila, boy. Jame.s; J. V. fnd Tht-lma Rich, .Manila, girl. Eva- Aaron and Victoria Ray, Manila', boy. Paul; Chester and Doris Dixon, Osreola. boy. Toinmte; John and . . , Dav.d. w. .'.. a..d Helen Lii-'Jcieii,! Manila, bciy. William; Robert J. anrt Alice Waters. Wilson, girl. Ella. Keliey and Ruth Glover. Manila, •'girl, Gilda; H. D. and Ola Hood. Manila, Kin, Alma; Starling and Virginia Hannoil. Manila, boy, Michael; E. W. and Mini Pitts. Kriser, boy. Gerald; David .ind Wiiiuia Runiiinor, Wilson, bnv Earne.s 1 .; Ocuri-e and Ruby Ellioit, LMX- .u-a. ^iri, Beuy Ann; Jack and .Mary Fleming. Manila, boy, Stanley; John r.rici Hertnie Smitli, Wilson. Ixjy. .liminy; Dallas ami Louise El rut'. Lepamo, boy. Willie. C. E. and Tlirlina Morae, Osccnla, girl. Elizabeth Ann; C. H ana Geneva Armstrong. ^Vibon. Urn, Cliai- ley; Doyle anri Bi'a Nuu. Lcpaiuo. boy, Doyle; W. W. and Bertha Bennett, Lepanto, girl, Nina Sue; William and Jessie Priddy. Keiser. boy. William; Marvin and Massine Timbo, Rivcrvale. boy. Earl; J. B. and Mary Agnes Farmer, Blylheville, boy, James; James and Thelma Troup. Blythtville. boy. iinnanvd; J. W. ^nd Helen Thompson. BlythcvlllP. 1NOTON, Oct. 2«. (UHI — vunmn has renewed his r ,« s 10 relax immi|;ia- -. -.0 admit dbplnee , the United Stale; - appeal Sunday a aling a inemoria ,15. Hie Jewish im .n Havaria who bi name Secretory o; Commerce undo President Thci tore Roosevelt an U. S. ambassa-:-r lo Turkey. Mr, Taiman. ndng extenlp raucously, said :'ied "we coil! hat e ihe sune , ^ today t!i v.e liail in 1852 t!ie Strai family came lo lliis . mntry. "We would have lost the sen-It of this great man if we had follov. ed the same program then thr. \ve are following now." Aller dc-ploriilR immigration b. • '•>!•- a;;am>.: hiiini.^jon of ri:sp!ac,- :»'j.-jii. 1 . Me. 'Vi'.iriii- n i-X|»re^-r-d lir,;. ill'' -ve con oveicome tiii£ pix juuice a^id do our piirt to-A'w: meeiing the .situation with whi< we are now faced." Course U'orks Out ATLANTA, Ga. (UP)—The "soci living" toiirae offered for Ihe li. i in,»- at co-educational O'Kc Hijh Siliool apparently is a su cuss—one of ihe leniale mcmb; oi ilu: class is engagetJ to be in: rii'd iii-xi June. hoy. Carl. William and Mary Harris. l\ R!;!nt>. shl. Bettv L.; Robert r Pyylme Ptt-[)er, Osreola, jjnl. MI ^ie; Ijjuis and Stella Sims, We Ridiie. girl. Rosemary; Johnnie ana Mary Nash. West Ridge, boy, Hich- anl; Brycc and Charlene Crubbs, Keiser. sii-1. Patricia; Nojh and Minnie Henry. Victoria, girl. Cora Sue; L. T. and Marine Plum. • .Osceola boy. Billie; Eugene and Martha AI- viF, Lcpniito. gir), Linda; J. H. snd Mary Sanders, OeccoU, boy, Wil- lir.m. yj? Housed eon ing ^ ^® Time ls t\S%$m® D'VO.eaning MAIN OFFICE- -NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 10. '!. 13. John Hancock MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS The Uirgcst l.ifft liisuraiu-v (limipany in (lie New KiiKlnml Stales. The fifth largest in Hie world. . . Has over 8 Billion Dollars Insurance in force. Has over 8 Million I'olicy holders. Has over 2 Billion Dullnrs in 1 Assols. Has over 158 Million Dollurs Surplus. A purely Mutual refill Reserve Life Insurance Company, with nil profits going lo (he policy holders. Has over 14,000 employees lo serve its policytiolders. Has over '100 offices in all 48 states and Hawaii. Only Massachusetts Mutual Legal Reserve Life Insurance Company doing business in Arkansas. Makes Farm I.oi'nf — 'o" MI*I:I'»:«<. rn'i'x. Tlu Besi By Compunson. Writes all forms Life Tnsurance cover;i(jc — Pension Tmsi, (iroup, Life, Health and Accident, Surgical Benefits, lliisuitiili/ution and Dependent Coverage. , ROBERT M. GAMBLE General Agent West Tennessee, East Arkansas and Mississippi 108 Commerce Title Building Memphis, Tenn. Phone 8-4116 We want the ri^lit Representative for lilythoville Territory. If you can appreciate what it means to represent, the .Fohn Hancock write or see above Miss. Co. Represenfative— HiMiry Adams; Kei.ser, Ark; V. W. Whitner, Itlytheville, Ark. ROUTEMAN 6E THE An*' to FARM LOANS liiinio Office, IS'twnrk, N. J. TCKM PROMPT CLOIINtt LOW RATB CM. I., WIIITJ! IIK Slill RAY WORTHINGTON Ufi S. Tlilnl St., Itlyllierllle, Ark. Servln« Tills S~i'Mim '!S V<\ari Anllmrtwl Mtirlanxa l.unn SnlirllM Inr THH PKIIIII-iNIIAI. INSMIUNCI! COMPANY IIK AMKKICA "Daddy, I'vn a stir|iriso for yon! . . . You were right \>!i"n >i.n .-mill M-(> cuiLrlil i.. liavt. (.in- hrslop v)>!ined DON T OVEBIOOK THIS Pride & Usrey General Contractors DIRT FOR SALE Phone 517 .Most hoiiserfives figure that fall liouscclcaning time it the i-ouvhm ti m€ u { (| le yea ,. F L(Ul it llec j n When you get around to it (his year just give us R nit? ami we'll 35 -i,tl x iout.enuni oi:i to pi.;k up your russ, blankets, slip-co./'.-s aiid drapes—a'M provide you with an economical estimate right on the spot. You'll be jtmanecl with {he wondurful hrighlness of your newly ciea:icd home after you've called on PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS 416 So. Franklin St. Wl MED OLD ,or>Ar rout DRFi ARf WOK1H MOKt TO I/J JHAH HHY AKl W YQUl W* con give you a lib«raf trade- In olio wane* and arrange <aiy term i to tuit your 'convenience. You will be pUaionlly lurprtied of how lillt* you'H have to ipcnd (or new IJrei. So come in loday. Prepare now for winter Driving on v/«l, ilipptiy tafil "Pre-war pnces-- ijre^tcv tha:j prewar mllcase." T. I. Seay Motor Co. A R T H R I T.I S ? Don't neglect what may seem to be a trivia! ach« or pain and allow serious ailment to develop. Drink S or 8 Klnsses n dn.v, for the next few weeks and MC for yourself the real value oj Mountain Valley. DRINK MOUNTAIN VAI.I.KV WATKR 1'iiiin Hot Springs, Arkansai CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOT the PAZORBACK Oprn 11 cr. m. — lo. rs*,. Phone 2433 PIT BARBECUE Cooked With Hickory Charcoal Steaks-Fried Chicken-Seafood AH Kinds Sandwiches Plenty of Parking Space Hear the ploy-by-play description of all out- of-town football games of the Blytheville Chicks, ot the Raiorback. Phone 4341 276 So. Division St.

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