.- PAGE EIGHT $6447 Collected On DDT Program : .' Total for County Less ~ Than Average for All " Counties in State ^Mississippi County collections for She 1947 DDT spray program of the Malaria Control division of t)>e Public Health Service now lota fM47. it. was reported at the fourtl annual state meeting of Malaria Control Workers in Little Rock held Wednesday through Friday. -; While this total puts this counts iji the lead for the amount of money collected, It represents 13.3 j>ei «eht of the householders in line ,. for DDT spraying and ranks Mis- '•sissippl 'County two per cent below the state average for collections to date, Sidney Wilcox, Malaria Control Educator, said today. ' The size of the countv mid Ihc fact that the collection of fees was just beginning to gel underway compared to other counties was felt to be the reason for the ranking of this percentage, Mr Wilcox slateti. ' The deadline for Mississippi County collections of the 53 Ice has been extended until Jan, 18, ho announced. Money for the program must be In the hands of malaria control officials in Little Rock by Feb. i. It was also announced from the Malaria Control office here this morning that Luxora, by vote ol tile city council, had Joined the DDT spray program. Luxora was previously the only Mississippi County town not entered hi the program. » 1 -At the stale meeting, it was emphasized that no houses would be sprayed that had not paid the K fee, reported Mr. Wilcox. who attended the three-day convention with Roger C. Cooper, head of the county Malaria Control unit, Walter Johnson Gravely If/ in Washington Hospital "• -WASHINGTON, Dec 10 (UP) — Dr. Thomas Kcllhcr. attending Walter Johnson, said today that little iiope is held for the recovery of the former great baseball pitcher who n»s been gravely ill since he was .bedded by a brain tumor last April. -Johnson 59. suffered a relapse *,iday Pnd was in a coma aurm K e weekend. Dr. Keliher admitted •Jt looks pretty bad " .Johnson was" a major league star -thfe w,^ ar V ml at his '«•* «•'"' one -rVlh Kto " ScuRt °'- 5 Possessed one o f tnc Erca , cst fasl COUBIBR NBWB •^•^••^i^MMHMBMMMii^^MBBBi^^^^E^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^HMH^^^Z Too Late To Classify KOLLISON" NKW SUIUHVISION (jravel road, south and west of Camp Mntiltric. These Jots are restricted to 'l\ to 20 drop siding, painted. asbestos shingles, concrete stucco or brick. Streets will be graveled in front of all lots. Water will be in n\\cv at rear of each lot. This place will be clean, a place you'd like to live. O. S KOLMSON, 105 N. way, phone.MO!) at 12-10-elY-17 All kinds of fireworks for Christmas. At liuchaiiiitr* Grocery, North Hi-way 01 12-10-ph-25 Joars and bred K iHsTvith~iir willinui papers; ulso meat liojfs. C. B. Abbott, West Highway 18. l2-;j-|)k-12-l() t-lL, """• , ™'"'"li'l'>n.-.l. Ilk.. I,.-,-. , .1 ;• ,L r "" m "" r - '" v " k " '""'i-'" , 'li-l, nail, ,,,,, or . ,,,.„ !,„„„„., t| ,, u /i-iili.iil M<in|.|»llrr JIOO. ' Funeral services were hckt Monday lor William Hcndrlck Arnold for-" mcr president or the Arksnsiii Bar AMoelatton wlio died a t hi., homc | In Texarkana Sunday. H C ) )at | been critically ill K lnec Saturday Arnold practiced Jaw lu Tcxar- kiuin for (is ycnrs and was n lor- mer mayor of-Texarkana, Ark, for Ktnt 11,ml in r.,iii,i> Mil. Kl.v.-n i,-,'.I.. I...:., Illy., "ii Kf.iv.-l r.,.nl Tlir,-,. t I KIT.- ill <-illrlv.1li»l>. l'l)' ;!,-r,.'." <"l..;ir...l Will I,-MM- ' ir,- Hill n.,,--""f'i|." 'i.f j.ll ri-tnnl la, n l«,j yi..,r ],.•,!,. I Hi- 1.11,1 Flill "IKTI-N in ,'ii,|.» r,,i l:HK. \Vriti- J'. O. }lu\ 'Jill, HI,.. ArV . I j: : Help Wanted Announcements CHRISTMAS GIFTS i«: ChristnuiK Bingo I'itrty at I.t'Kioji Hut, Wednesday. , Dec. 1 8. Sponsored by In dies of liie C'iiUiolic Ciiiuch J2-10-c'(-17 "•<i»r'"Vtn'i!tr -')"'• *' : "' '''"'''• 1 "'ro'" ln<-k A- Di-fkiT Vllvu ]l..r, lr ,. r i,, ,.«' wilful ronil n. H,|, „„.,! onc ,, ttt \v'i" r ]'s'j'u: ; x'"(JAn c "u: CAUAWAV. Ailh: ;hnlu l>m,*e Irailor. lliilmir cm l.orK). r-l «.t Kivkrliliw Tf.ilor Couri. ll«->.. "'• Norlli. UllO-ilk.1.1 -- Bcad^Courier News Want Ads. »f<-—duiiip t",i,l lni N lnr». ;-j| wc j| l.hi-rry SI. .UrOM from .Vinm I'rovl- _ sll> ". I'J.J-iili.C- to 11 «"i lr M"'v' t "'"""""'' l'«'^'w«nl I'M",,;, 'w'ri,,. "|"' s'V'iuriSr'"" ws""'' "'"; i "' l>'"is" vith bnlll.' lino .,f Hi.' li"Nt torntlon I,, !„«„, m:ar |,| s1l >rln)i,l. rornrr tul.s. " """n lion..rr mi .\''< hr i(, ,-,|h. Cmjlil |, r "imli: linn <lii|ilvx, 4.-,.(ln(l. 11,11 msli. •I roinii lunisc tasl mil u[ t o»'n — (iU ^ -0<4 fl 1,11 On Clu-rry Si.. 11 u.om lmi.5,. ivilli lull Icri tost l.'»'t 1,,-l.v M»i 1 l-hvi N |,.,.,.|x ' uii'l II I K. A-h liliirk |iurM. .-..I ! I I'luiin" :i!»i7. .Mr='.' l,ii-'ll't!-"''l''i l iliin""l'lL I K. .'sli SI. [•_• ll|.,,l;.|:i J Texarkana Attorney Dies TEXAHKANA. Dec. 10. (UP) — tf' "rl^e. ..ffi, • Ivia* ond Ecu d« CoEogni. Glamour <jitl' o l i.^ 11.25' Cologne', Talcum! l^vi Molal Kauoe and V5si. I .—^1 '1.25 '«• '22.50' WOODS DRUGSTORE I J Wouils Italph Nichols J ZI1 IV. Main St. I'honc 507 j Announcement — We Are Now Equipped ro Give You Complete REPAIR SERVICE Welding - Glass Installed - Painting City Garage & Welding Shop 328 K. MAIN Jiimes PHONE S7I Dan Russell YOU HAVE TIME... TO GET THAT SUIT, SHIRT, COAT or THOSE SLACKS DYED LIKE NEW BEFORE CHRISTMAS Our Better Cleaning With 8 - Hour Service For the Asking - - HUDSON CLEANER —————— 320 Wett Main St. CLOTHIER ^•^••H^^^IW^^^M^^H Blytheyille, Ark. TAfLQR - — Phone 2612 TUESDAY, DKCEMBER 10, 194G If you're lookini; for :\ precious little doll, tills ouc is the answer. Come in and look al our large selection of quality <!oll:;. 575 Would you believe it? Certainly, il really heals! Bn'. it v.-on't last long . . . • wevc onFy a fc-.v r.nd no rci>!;'c3- mcnls, so hurry! 4.50 It washes! Now she can do her doll dresses easily, just us mother dcics her washi'iiK. Enuueh to thrill any little felrl! 6.95 It's not grass cutting iime now, but it doesn't maltor much to little brother . . . He'll have n R'.vcll [lay work- ine over the front lawn. Wooden horsic on flll-mi'lal mounting. A lasting toy Hint can be n source of enjoyment In more than one child. Practically unbreakable. 2.95 6.50 Toddler's wagon, all-metal with rubber tires. This one is small but well built, makes a Bood toy for a good little iioy Along tiic honie-biiildci-G line is Ihis all-slcel wlicclbiirrow with rubber tire. A most entertaining toy for any joun'"- hoy. Duck hunting season is htve and woe is the hunter ivilh- .ont a gnu! Belter hurry riRi-i down to Toylaiid for Ihis one. 1.50 2.95 79c She'll have a roal how:ly-rio over this! Imagine a comolftn tct (or all her iilnynuitc.i in dull-lnml. Don't Icl il puss . . . she'll certainly waul this. 4.50 ' If you're looking for a hobby-horse . . . your worries arc over. Planters has llmrn »nd •Ihpy're honies loo! Gel one today, Ihcy'rc gohic; fast. Tintr-a-ling-n-ling .... This telephone tUiils aiul riiv^y. ODOK everything she wai)l^ it ID do. You'll hear some vciy Jnlcrcslinij con versa lions on (\u:, tine. 7.50 1.19 For Uic music minded this xylnphunc nils the bill. They're really Qnc Illtlc in- .slruments and c"mc complete wilh instruction book. 2.25 Who said appliances aren't hack on the markcl yd? Hero's :\ real electric iron ihtit will do up those doll drrs:;r;.i post-haste. Don't miss it! 1.50 Another in onr collection of flnc dolls is this little lady. She's very pretty and KCiUle but cries if yon don't hokl her just right. 6.95 1 WOOD STAKE WAOOHS h'ach $15 Just like farm ivagonl DclachaMe aides. K\tr« fine consUuction. •Here's Ihc nift of a llf-time! Wood stake \rnpon (hat. will fcrvc a s more iliau a loy. He ran rto your grocery slio]')|ni:u' .wilh this. What young lady is without dreams of a baby cran.-I ,"or I he dolt house? Surprise her wilh Jhis one. Has a incilow lone you'll like. 5.95 Amphibian plane xvith 4 nm- lor.s. a very nice one too! U'Ji took swell under the. tree wiUi all Ihc rest of Santa's t;lfhJ 59c PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., INC.
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