The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 12, 1947
Page 6
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•WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1947 Doctor Orders Truman to Rest President to Spend Remainder of Week In Key West, Florida By MBIlltlMAN SMITH United Press While House Reporter WASHINGTON, March 12. Pn-s- idenl Truman, undVr doctors Instructions to take a brief rest, will leave Washington immediately after his address to Congress "today fc short vacation at Key West. Page Problem Is One for the Book' BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jury Convicts 'Faith Healer' In Pine Bluff FINE BLUF'F, Ark., March !' (UP)—Negro faith-healer "Elder" P. Butler today faced a 15-year prison sentence .following his conviction by a Jefferson Circuit Court jury yesterday that deliberated oniy 15 minutes. Although Baker, plump and with Mr. Truman will driv« to the airport directly from the capilol and will take off aboard his special plane, tlie Sacred Cow. The flight (o 13dca Chica Naval Airfield, just north of Key West, will lake a little more than four hours. He will be ihcre about five d'ays. The president returned only last Thursday night from a hectis trip to Mexico The Mexican trip, plus his heavy of!icial 'burdens in Washington In recent weeks, left the President fatigued. Upon his return from Mexico. I Mr. Trmii:m had planned to spend only one day here before proceeding to the Caribbean for a two- j week cruise. The cruise, however.! was cancelled ill the fare of the Greek crisis and the/President remained in Washington lo prepare today's special message to the Congress. His physician, Brig. Gen. Wallace H. Graham, said of today's trip: "He has positive instructions for an absolute rest." Graham emphasized that Mr. Truman's hcaltn was "excellent and actually radiant." "It's Just that he's been going pretty hard lately and he needs a lest, just like everybody around him." the physician said Graham .said he preferred for the President to take frequent short rests rattier than long vacations. Tlw trip to Key West is scheduled t'.wnd late next Sunday afternoon or'early Monday morning when the Chief Executive will fly back to Washington. To Shun All Engagements Mr. Truman lost a little weight during the Mexican trip. He now weighs 173; Graham wants him to get back to 175. While in Key West Mr. Truman I will have no oficial engagements, • no callers, and will follow no set • schedule. He will loaf in the sun, Iswim and go for leisurely walks as • he did last Fall when he spent a I week in Key West at the Navy | submarine base. Special .communications facilities • will keep: the President in ckne • touch with Washington and with! milted it was only olive oil, he uses in food and other indusirieY" |Secretary of state George. C. Mar-j maintained- it was of "divine" o.i-lhe said. "A recent development ; gin because the "maker" had told'which ' _ ,. -. --jhlm to get it • President could be back here in I 1 about four hours and "will do so I if necessary.'' ., As-mi" his' last' trip to Key West. |Mr Truman will occupy the com- |mandaiifs quarters facing the blue- prcen waters of the Atlantic and Ithe Gulf of Mexico which meet •Just off the submarine base. •His plans to cruise in the Caribbean and to witness Atlantic Fleet piianeuvers have been abandoned Ifliiplctely. The President will re- hiain ashore except for possible • fishing excursions aboard Navy | crash boats. •Mr. Truman will bo accompanied • only by members of his immediate Istaff. This will include Ross, Clark • M. Clifford, counsel to the Presi- Idcnl; the military and naval aides. iMa.i. Gen. Harry H. Vanghan and • near Admiral James K. Foskett. land Secretary William D Hassett. • Adm. William D. Leahy, chief of • staff to the President, and John K. Istcelman, assistant to the President, might go. too. ;e and wring $200 out o f N Cgro kec-prr Charlie Dandridge a daughter, his operations had a wide laiijjc. In court, witnesses for Hie state told how the "elder" would call upon his "powers" to start working —if a little cash was in sight. For S20 he could 1 make a man's wife return, and for $178 there was a .special powder from New Orleans timl would ferret out buried treasure if sprinkled on the ground. In addition, Butler had a special oil of anointment. Although lie ad- milted it was only olive oil Seaweed Lingerie Next, Researcher-Predicts ... 4. LA JOL'LA, Cal. (UP)—Seaweed may bs used to make stockings, dresses, shirts, and even dainty un- dcrthings, Dr. C. K. Tseng o"f the Scripps Institution of Oceanography predicts "In recent years, because of Garland Jury indicts Art Gallery Owner •HO TSPR1NGS, Ark., .March 12. (•UP)--Art gallery owner-operator Samuel Kirsch. M, loday slood indicted for p?rjury i n tlie first degree, following action of Ihe Garland County Grand Jury yesterday. following the indictment. Kirsch operates the Esskay Art Galleries here, mi establishment, that was rctbed of 565,COO in jewelry and watches last Pall The' loot was later recovered. The jury action was the second indictment handed out during the current .special session. Last wees, former deputy constable Ed Spear was indicted for his alleged intlm- idaiion of a grand jury witness. their unique properties, seaweed colloids have found innumerable interest- hv the teMile world, is • the preparation of 'seaweed rayon' from algin. a kelp colloid "Although still in me experimental staiie .this new rayon has shown such great promise that textile scientists do not hesitate lo pioc-hdm their belief in its fdtme." Clean Oil Stoves Cause Few Fires Fire Chief Suggests Better Core to Cut Down Losses in City Pile Chief Hoy Head today point- .ca out that rare exercised in keep-' inj! stove pipes and (lues clean would eliminate numerous flros as., well as many fire "scares" caused j by oil licalers netting out of control Chief raivsc of fires started by oil heiueis i s !)„• choking oil n proper draft through dirty and clogged stove pipes, he said. This causes burning of only purl of Ihe oil supply with the remainder ac- cuiiiuUiUnt; In the bolloiu of the stove <ir healer, he explained. It Is this rx.-fxs, or accumulation, wlilsh becomes mulled. • Frccjurmly, the residual oil blnr.:.s Up. dolnji no damage except coat- Ing Hie smroundlni: urea with Utrtj oil smcki' but neverlheless requiring Hie Fire Deparlmcnl io answei n call •Another cartse of oil stove anc heater fin\s is carelessness lu ex- lingiiishliia the fire without shul- •tiii!! off I be nil supply, Mr. HIKK pointcil out. This also results h nn umut'd accumulation of fue which, when Ihe stove or healet <Is ai.'iiin turned on. causes u llare- up o! Hie .surplus oil. Extra care taken with the cleaning, imuiUcnancc anil operation 01 such healing devices won!,! reduce considerably not only addillona runs mad; 1 by firemen but also Ihe loss of properly and occasional!! life. It MHS pnlnlcd out. V. S. Slei'l 1'initiirllmi PAGE SEVEN , Frimi Jiuiuin v, 1DOI, Ihroiiitli Aui;- I "I Stales, ust, 1940. nearly I,UJ 0,000.000 not I gx were produced In the Unlt- Ions of steel Ingots' mid tilcc! lor -n mi _•- -'"-..__._ ' "<' .£Wr "> c «ls used in mak- cd '.mi tabasco saiise arc r stored; .for three years in oaken casks to tet- inonl and mellow before, fjein'g" i&fV Read Courier News Want Ads. WASHING MACHINES we have them for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BENDSX AUTOMATIC WASHERS The FINEST Automatic Washing Machine Phone 3450 HUBBARD & HOKE Your G.£. Store in BlvthcYillc . . The President also be ac- Icomrjanicd bv 24 press association. • newspaper and radio reporters and • photographers who will fly in their lown chartered plane. Beware from common colds That Hang On Crcomulsion relieves promptly because it roes riuht to the seat of the trouble U> help loosen r.nd expel perm laden phlegm, smd aid nature to toothr; and heal raw, tender, inflamed bror.rhial mucous mem- . em- branes. Tell your druggist to sell you bottle of Creomulsion with the un- tlcrstantiing you must like the way it nuickly allays the cough or you are to have, your money back. GREQMULSION forCoughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis MAKES YOUR MORE SECURE // creates more jobs, better jobs—by selling more goods to more people. I V you have a job, Hie salary or 'vnge-s you get nren't picked out of Iho air. In the last nn.ily.sis, somebody has to sell .something to Eomehocly else. Thai's what business is— buying and selling. Bo it goods or services, no money changes hands £ there's a sale. And you know yourself how it works. When business is up, your job is more secure. You have a heller chance for ndvnncenienl. The best way yet devised lo make sales is through adverl ising. So advertising, by selling more poods lo more people, creates greater security, a bright*- future for you and yonr loved ones. Today, tomorrow— ftdivrlrsintf is making your jab more secure! Other Ways Advertising Helps You: /r firings you better goods for less money. *. Makes shopping more pleasant and easier. 3» Has given us the world's highest standard of living. IBLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Goldsmith is another famous brand nt Planters Hardware and a better catcher's mitt anywhere. $9.85' .lily 's mask tiindc of finest malennls, leal her rc- d with stec'. Gloves by Goldsmith Us I longer, suit the player better limn uny other glove mnclc . . . $4.50 We have a limited supply of chest prolcetors . . . they've been a bit hard to get ... of course they're made by Goldsmith. $5.95 $7.50 » :\ Feel the weight and balance of these fine hardwood bats. They're made for real hilling! Official Goldsmith softball with I00 r : fiber core. Will stand a loi of blasting. $2.00 $2.00 A snug fit svith one of there caps will prevent the sun from losing Ihat high fly. Note: Prices Hsled are Club Prices! 75c PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. 126W. Main St. Phone 515 NEW FACTORY BUILT !Til (hi- road ujratn willi 11 new running cur! We- liuvc n limited supply (if new mulors innde lo fit «ny Hodge or Plymouth cai'! You'll lie Kitr- 'liristMl Jit (lie economy nnd siltisfitdion K lvcn by this now motor ... no piece by piece repliicemont of (lie worn out motor (hat's in yoiir car now. Uriiitf yom; car (o us Utniurrow morning , lm l in one operution you'll Imvc a t'iir with nn economy wise molcr . , . „ mjw.KACTHOY-HUII/r niolorr UOIXJK KNC1NK ONLY S246.75 PLYMOUTH KNGINK ONLY S225.50 BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY DODGE PLYMOUTH DODGE JOB RATED — —TRUCKS 217 So. Second Phono 422 GROUND CRIP TIRE OUT-CLEANS OUT-PULLS OUT-LASTS Hunt) reds of field tests prove the new Firestone Champion Ground Grip Tractor Tire cleans up to 100% more effectively, pulls up to 62% more, lasts up to 91% longer and gives a smoother ride than any other tractor tire. No broken center tire can duplicate this performance! 10-38 11-38 12-38 O. O. Hordaway v/. H. Pease The Best Today — Better Still Tomorrow Phone 2102—207 W. Main St.

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