The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 12, 1947 · Page 8
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.,.-, . ?AGE EIGHT Kfc—- Minister Blamed nittspita! Row , ^< .legislative Probers Kppr Grand Jm'cr Aeccse Rtson Man By JOHN HASLAM • Uni(e<! press Staff Correspondent LITTLE ROCK, Arfc,, Feb. ]2.— (UP)--Bcii C. Isgrlg last night de- Icnc^d a Pulaskl County- Grand Ju>-j.'s recommendation (Imt the entire board of the State Hospital foj Nervous Diseases resign. IsgiiB, chairman of a grand jury sub-commit!ee, was the first n'. two j»Uuesses called by a Join: House snd Senate C:nun!Uee »n- \csUgaUng .affairs nl iho siatc Ho«plt-0. / . He;.. recalled Hint the grant! Jury a~kcd the board to resign for wlint it iftlleved was the gem; of ihi- hospital. "Jt> is still my belief t'.iat the uourd should resign, and I'm sorry the members did. not S c° it our way.; he declared. "Five good men with' enough money wouirt .solve (he pioblem at the hospital" Asked for specific incidents Hint led to the grand Jury's decision, ><St% said it nil loii ea do , v , 0 one member of the board. He tumid he Rev. Harold Sadler of R] s oi> as that person. "Sadler was just not big enough t??, i' le job '" he snid - " Hc wn s "Ot Iltted for (his kind of \ VO rk. He vns too flinall and petty n man. And *f I'*" don't believe it. i suggest - thaUyou ask his church people'why he'S'not preaching torta'y." Sell. J. orville Cheney of Cnlico Reek. asked Isgrlg why (he entire board was asked to quit when the mairr objection was against one member, Isgrlg answered thnt. it Was mot right to ask good, conscicn- tiourand capable men [o work with Old and New Team Up on Mercy Errands • WEDNESDAY; I.-EUKUAUY 12, i<m "TH.^ S **^^«?»«r!'" t '.vt^'T *? -^"^ • ,, W, .;.'/' Mrfe*. s ' ' .^l^yS? »* s;£'$f! &*x' - -**"" Eskimo <lofi sleds and ultra-modem hclicoplors torm a new rescue team for the Army Picture Bbovc loken during lesls by 10th Uescue Squadron, AAK, at Ladd Field, Alaska, staws i"ca£ laity." brought In by dor. slec being loaded aboard especially equipped I olicop er forevacuation '' JoJjospHnl. Aircraft has a "bllslcr" on eacl, side and is covered over and healed by exhaust pipes British Actors Hold Interest As Filmdom Nominates 'Oscars llinm Dcmare In "The Jolson Story" Claude Rains in "Wr^m-im,*" *L nv AI.INK MOSIIV United I'rtss Hollywood HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 12.— (UP I — Thej'aco for IP-lei Motion Piemre Academy Award "Oscars" took on an liitmifltlonal flavor today with more foreign films vying for honors than ever before. e wor w 'Die Motion Picture Academy of whose outlook was small and Arts & Sciences has announced the ' Oscar nominations, and of 32 films "P for awards, or whose personnel vns nominated, seven were made overseas. For the first lime, England plnc- crt candidates in the three top cat- • .Mrs. H. B. Ingram, a member of the [board for five years, wns (lie second witness. She denied any dissension among the Aboard members ami denied - ,. „.,„ ,.„,, „„,- cnatees mode earlier i n (he Inves- egorles—best actor, actress nnd plc- tigaHon that former superintendent turc. A. G» Kolb presided at board meet- ' Movl« owners apparently nerccel iiissi-that he refused to co-operate " ' "~ ~ ' was Insubordinate to die board. Mrs. Ingrain said Dr. Kolb wss; a good administrator, well trained and "palient-inindcrt." STPtm WOO - olm 1'avvnetl for 512 ,, ,,..„ <UP)-Oeorgc Za?.ofskl, with: the Boston Sym.«— -• •* •1--U • •vim \vj\s stolen win cost mi aftet a concert in Alexandria, Va. ncr's, to bf It was recovered later. In a pawnshop, "where It 'Hart been pawned for $12 l "at "The Best Years of our Lives" was the best nll-around film it 'ed the field with eight nomlnti- tll) n s . from best picture to best sound recording. "It's n Womfcr- \"} Llf °'" " Thc Ycnrll »B." n»d "The Jolson aiory" followed with five nraninatlons each. The enmlldnles were selected hv U.C09 American movie woikcrs °," ly thc M««l«ny. liS meinte» will cns t ballots for the final ,,.i,, prcse, ted so l "nln cd n ~ r"^ ~~ oevin btqns y J Jennifer Jones Sun," Rosalind Kenny," Jane In "Duel in the Russell in ".Sister Wyman In "The Notorious," Ar"The Best Years '•-' in -Hie Raior's 15est .supporting actor—Charles Cobum In "The Green Years," Wil- "Oscar" statuettes at the annum acTCleniy gcl-together March 13 i Here's Ilic list: ' Eest picture— : 'Th B Best Years." ( "Henry V" XBritlshl "If fi n Woli .tlerful Life* "The Bnzor's Kdge" 'Tile Yearling." s Best actpr _ Vrertcric March In 1 .he Best Years," Laurence Olivier Ulntuin in "Henry V" I irrv Parks in "The jolson Sto'rv" Gro- jn'ne. PCck '" "'. rh , c ' Y ™ r ""e'"; Best. uclress-OUvIa do Ilavllbnd ! in lo.EAch His own," cclla John- I son (Brttlsln In "Brief Encounter' I Ernest Bevin. Britain's Minister, signed peace 'treaties with Italy, Hungary, Bulgaria, Rumania and Poland tit the Foraign Office In London on Tuesday February 4. INEA Hndio-Telephoto) FARM LOANS i/ Low Int.rwt / Long T.rm J Fair ApprnJwil J Prompt Servic. RAY WORtHINGTON Serving This Section for y Yrars IIS tin. :irJ Illythcville. Ai-h. Tune 1(1 rrliitclidal I'ro^rani Suniiay at \ p.m. uvi-r H'KKC ONE STOP SERVICE ® GROCERIES You'll find all the staple goads you'll need nt Kerbough's ... at reasonable prices. Not only that, you can have all your other needs fulfilled at the tame time. AUTO REPAIRS Any make, any model car is In good hands in our expert rc-pair shop. We lire equipped to handle any job, large or small. Our work is guaranteed nnd tt-o^ise only tho best materials. G TRACTOR REPAIRS traC '° r '" good c< >m»vli(m for the eom- «•«-, P ^"f n I*' 1 " 1 ° Beilcra! checku " i« o,u- shop. Each tractor gets the individual attcn- " • • • "*«- ^ . STEAM CLEANING — WASH, GREASE COMPLETE UNE OF POULTRY FEED COMPLETE LINE OF GARDEN SEED * I BT U£ I ,,$28 So. DiVfsron '! IV50£ y ° ur Car; care for your Srocery ^, vc , >?" ^ °W P«'W«r one-stop wished for these past few years! Phone 2996 nold Hussoll in Clifton Webb FHIge." Best .supporting actress — Ethel Barrymoro In "The Spiral Staircase," Anne Baxter in "The Razor's Edge," Lillian GIsh In "Duel In the Sim," Flora Kobson .in "Saratoga' Trunk,' Gale soiulergaard hi "An-' nn and the King of Slam:' _Uesl^dh'cetor—William \yylcr for, GO... * FOR HOUSEHOLD NEEDS * FOR AUTO ACCESSORIES * FOR GIFT ARTICLES You'll find that a quick trip to Bin,, Heath Auto Home SPECIALS TH!S WEEK, ek Inaugurates our weekly specials . all golne ' This week Inaugurates our weekly specials ' 50lllte ™ SL Look SI'ACi: HKATKUS . Si 3V up TABU: LABH-S ...... s'ico u > I''LOOU LAMPS ..... S17.BO up MAKE-UP KITS SERVING TRAYS. ..... . . Any and all toys will be sold n t absolute cost! Tricycles ' 515.95 up 53.95 up SS 50 up nnd olhcr AUTO •121 W. Main SX EATH HOME SUPPLY Phone 828 Hundreds of G/ffs in Our Stack SPECIAL THIS WefK ONLY SUGAR & CREAMER Mjule of clear crystal glass with a smart design. See it today. li£\.*?*^ % 95 All-Mo*"! ?l-95 Smoking Stand <f TABLSWAKS TISSUE BOX Only 95c Made of hv.iv> enure mvtal finishi-t) in CASS5ROLE .79 3 quart size, ovenproof polter}-, decorrUcd in blue and white. HARDWARE COMPANY. 126 W. Main St. Phon* 515 Presidential Succession Bill is Offered WASHINGTON, Feb. 12—(UP)— Senate Republican Whip Kenneth S. Wherry Introduced legislation today which would carry out President Truman's recommendation for a new presidential succession law. Under his bill, the speaker of the House and the president pro tern of the Senate In that order would succeed to the presidency If the President and vice president should become Ineligible. Mr. Truman first proposed In 1945 that the speaker Ijc given priority over the senate president In a new succession law. There has boci, some sentiment In the Senate to_put Its presiding officer ahead. 'Ilie present line of succession passes from the vice president to the secretary O r s uu c aml otilC1 . cabinet officers. The Wherry bill would put the cabinet officers In line; after the speaker and Senate president., There aie about 200 pounds of steel in the avtTa, ; e ],ouseh>Ut v-nshlng machine. the Best Years," David Lean (Uritish, for "Brief Encounter" FriinK Caprn for "ffs n Wonderful Life," Robert Slcxlmak for "The Killers," Clarence Brown for "The Yearling." COLD MISERIES Phillips 66 Motor Oil,'" 666 SNAPS INTO, ACTfON-SrARrs i MESSED i?cU£F /NJUST6 .SECONDS! ^-A^GETS AFrERHEAOACHE-ilStew 1 > "SWFFSO-VP'HOSe- fr^k-\ .MINORTHROAT K-~Jm) IRRITATION-COUGH ft,? P 1 DUE TO A COCO- WfcZi > MUSCULAR ACHES- P"^ ."CHOKEO-UP" FEELING < n't fool with colds! Get /unions ircscri/j/i'oH-lyne (ififi foi 1 fast relief From cold miseries. See why (i(i(j l llls icen the fnvorite of willloittt of cold slllTerers in .15 years ! Try G«(i» ___ to- lay. Cauliun: Take only us directed. COLD PREPARATIONS Tablets or Liquid . - PROVED BY*66 BIUION MILES OF SATISFACTORY. SERVICE ,_ COME IN TODAY AND SEE-- THE NEW 1947 j) 0 D Q £ "JOB-RATED" TRUCK I THE NEW 1947 j) Q J) JJ £ CUSTOM BUILT CONVERTIBLE COUPE THESE AND MANY MORE ARE ON OUR SHOWROOM.FLOOR NOW BLYTHEVS DODGE, PLYMOUTH, DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS 217 So. Second St. / Phone 422 HOW ADVERTISING MAKES YOUR FUTURE BRIGHTER Readhoiv the modern methods of mass personal selling are constantly creating both security and opportunity for you! WHAT ONE MAN SAYS: HETA1LKR—Sure, my advertising pays. And indirectly nil advertising pays me a profit. For firms thnt advertise grow big and employ moro people, often at liigher wages. That means more people have more money to spend in my store. I. Bring* you better goods fw less money: 2. Makes shopping more pfoaiant and easier: 3. Has given ut fh« world's highest standard of living. ^f lou'll agree that advertising lias just one main purpose —to sell goods or services. And you'll agree that when more sales are made, there's just naturally more work to be done. So more sales mean more jobs. Yes, and better .jobs, a chance for promotion, or for a raise in pay. More sales mean more jobs at the factory. More jobs at the mines and mills and farms that supply materials that factory uses. More jobs in the banks, raikoads, , storea, and the hundred and one businesses that benefit indirectly. That's how advertising—by selling more goods to'more people—makes your job, no matter where you work, a better job, with a better future, and far more security. Remember this as you see and hear advertising doing its job of selling goods. Tell your friends how advertising works. And be grateful for it. For every hour of the day, advertising is making your home, your income and your personal future more secure. Advertising..." '^S-.:^'? 061 Makes your job more secure BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS ••tsesj

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