The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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7MCAT, JANTJAKY 4, 19SJ BLTnnSVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER HEW« 'Safeguards' Asked For Opening State Welfare Rosters LITTLE ROCK (/Py — Arkansas' Public Welfare • Commissioner iias announced that state Welfare rolLs will not b« opened to the public until specific "safeguards" are provided by the legislature. Mrs. Henry Bethell also warned yestwday Hiat (lie slate may lose I*'federal welfare funds unless legislation. Is adopted to deny use of the rolls for "commercial and political" purposes, Altmayer Suggests Act Sh« said A. 3. AHmeyer, commissioner of the Federal Security* Agency in Washington suggested the specific legislation. Atty. Gen, Ike Marry previously said the rolls may be opened inspection without legislation long as they are not used lor "com- mercial or political" purposes, Alcmeyur wrote Mrs, Bethell that State Legislation was required by Congrc-'NS. $32 MlUlou Spent In Year Mrs. Bethell also announced yesterday that more than 32 million dollars was spent by the Welfare Department during the past fiscal ye»r. She submitted a report to Gov. McMtith pointing to the mcrea-iing number of "non-productive" Arkansas residents over ^5 years and under live. She .said that about 1.8 per cent of the stale population depended upon public aid at the beginning of the 1950-51 fUcal year, which w&& 4 per cent above the national welfare perceirUigos. Lonely Little Girl Tells How She Created 'Spooks In Kentucky LOUISVILLE KY. (AP)—Maybe, i you don't believe In ghosts, but itj was a ghost that brought 11-year- | old Joyce Sanders her greatest happiness. "It made * lot of people come to •eft me," the youngster told county police yesterday between sobs as she Admitted the spook that haunted the .Henry Thacker family was her own creation. Joyce was lonely. The youngster, t^ ft boarder in the Thacker home with. T her two sisters, is a iward of the Lou^ville and Jefferson County • Children's Home. Her mother is critically ill with cancer. She does n't know where her father is. To pas« awny the time, she put th« spook to work, last Sunday. BOXM Sail In Room Household articles would float mysteriously through the air. Boxes sailed around the room for no apparent reason. News of the ''phenomena" spread and. scon crowds of curious neighbors Tilled the Thacker home. Joyce was never happier. She and her listers saw themselves on television. As the crowds grew, the girl mad* the ghost mor» active, moving him to other parts of the house Police Nolioe Joyce County Patrolmen Russell McDaniel and Jack Fisher somewha skeptical of the reports, investigated. They saw the falling cans anc knives. Th«y also noticed that all such goings-on took pine* only when Joyce wa« around, After a private conference with the pert fifth, grade student, they announced that the ghost wa« no i more. Joyca had admitted throwing "trn'the objects when no one was looking. But, she added **I didn't throw those things. People Just imagined some of them." ia Takes N/ew Attitude Toward Japan MOSCOW (AP)— Diplomats here believe Russia lins adopted a new policy toward Japan and soon may offer to sign a peace treaty with her. The Soviet Union spurned Western terms for peace with Japan and refused to sign the Japanese Peace Treaty engineered, over some Western objections, by John Foster Dulles. But it Is no secret the Soviet Union would like to build up trade with Japan, nnd to see trade established between Japan and Hed China. Official Dies MOSCOW (API — Jakob Surlts, 10, Soviet ambnssador to France and Germany during the years of Nazism's rise, died Jan. 2 after a long illness, H was announced today. FEEL AWFUL? DUE TO COLD „ MISERIES ' Ct Ct_ *y symptomatic ODD RELIEF SUFFER NO MORE RHEUMATISM, HEADACHES, WfAK KIDNEYS, ARTHRITIS, STOMACH AILMENTS, NEURITIS, D/ZZY SPELLS, NERVOUSNESS, BLOATING, Colon frustrations , AalcU, Lock of Enwrr. Vitality, SIe*ple»» Might*. Undtrwelgh t, Irritable, B*d Complexion, Bad Brv&th, Frequent Rifling at Nigbt. New Life HOW LONG HAVE YOU BUFFERED from these complaints? Reyardlew of. what yom hay* tried In the past, or how lonj; you h&ve put up with thtwe ailments, you can now hop* for relief with HOPK MINERAL TABLETS. 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Kelvinator Appliances ... Apex Washing Machines... King Solid Oak Dinettes... Zenith Radios... Desks ... Pictures... Lamps... Rugs... Linoleum... All types of Small Appliances. PLENTY OF SEATS FOR EVERYBODY...AT DANE FERGUS CO. THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE BONAFIDE AUCTION . . ? , EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER It is my intention to completely liquidate this stock and devote my efforts exclusively to the Jewelry business. DANE FERGUS CO, OSCEOLA, ARK.

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