The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 27, 1952
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEW! Arkansas News Briefs— State Police Hunt Check Artist Who Used College in Profession By The Associated Press JONESBORO-Stat* Police Uxtay were looking for n check artist *ho enrolled at Arksmss State College here to further his profession. Sgt. Wyatt Patrick of tlic Slate Police sold a man who .signed hi* named as Robert Lcc Dow used his college identification curd to eatb. three worthless checks, each for $45, at downtown stores. Later, said Patrick, pollca discovered thnt the chinch Uow tisod to pay his regtstroilon lee also ivos worthless. Gas and llectric Bond Sales Are Approved LITTLE BOOK—The ArkaiiMS Public Service Commission has all- thorized Uie Southwestern Gas and Electric Co., u> sell 6 million dollars worth of first mortgage boiidk Proceeds of the sale will be used to improve generation and trw-i- znfjsion facilities. Radio Station KTHS Okayed for Little Rock WASHINGTON—Final auUiorlly for radio station Kilts of Hot Springs to move to Little Rock wiili Increnued power has been granted by the Federal Communications Commission. The action yesterday affirmed recommendations of a trial examiner Jast December. KTHS, operated by Radio Broadcasting, inc.. WM authorized to continue on its present operating assignment of 1090 kilocycles, 10 kilowatts daytime, one kilowatt at night, pending the move. When the station moves to Little Rock, it will operate on 50 kilowatts around the clock. Phone Company to Lay Cable Beginning May 1 LITTLE HOCK—Wnrrcn liray, manager of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., here, says construction of a 4 million dollar coaxial cable between Little Rock and Memphis will begin by May 1. Bray said yesterday the project Is scheduled for completion Dec. 1. The cable will carry six tubes-each capable of handling 600 long distance telephone circuits. Service difficulties due to bad weather will be eliminated by the underground cable, Bray said. model helps teaching of J!1b)e mhoo WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, Moses iab«ma*-(« * * . church Scale Model of Moses Tabernacle Used in Bible Course A scale model of Mose's tabernacle In the wilderness is featured at a Bible school being conducted at Lone Oak Missionary Unemployment Claims Up 6,000 in Month LITTLE ROCK—Some 0.000 more unemployment claims were filed with the Arkansas Employment Security Division last month than In December. A total of 18,743 claims were filed In January, compared with 10123 in December and 13,08fl In January, 1051. Administrator Homer M. Adkin., said temporary lay-offs In some industries boosted January claims above the level expected Irom normal seasonal declines. Trimble Plan to Finance U.S. Buildings Is Past One Hurdle Ozan Farmer Shot to Death Violent- Death Toll Up to 4 By Tlie AssiKl.m,! p rc ss An Ozun, Ark., farmer was shot o death at a farm home in Howard bounty TucstlFiy niKht to bring Ar- tansas 1 violent, fatality toll lor the first two days of the week to four. Dcarl Is 40-year-old o. D. Webb. Sheriff Ambrose Chesslr said he was shot to death by his lormer wife at the home of her father In the Buck Range Community. Mrs, Hazel Webb, mother of three children, wns rclcn/ied following the shooting to the custody of her father. If she k ahlc to travel (oday. prosecutor Bobby steel .said she would appear bclorc llic grand Jury In Nashville. Sheriff Ohe.'islr sold Mrs. Webb ive this account of [he shooting: Her former husband, whom she divorced about two months ago, arrived at. her father's home while .?he «'ss alone with the children, lie took a shotgun from his car and walked around the house Severn)'limes. Then, he put Ihe gun back in the car nnd started to en- lur the house through the back door. She said she fired (me time with 12-guage shotgun through the Joor. Webb \vna struck in the chest by the charge. Ings Is over one legislative hurdle. A bill embodying the Idea lias been approved by a House public works subcommittee and Is to be »c(«l on soon by the full committee. So far as Trimble knows, there is no opposition to the measure. Trimble's idcn Is, simply that private interests build federal office buildings where they are needed and the government lease them. Lease payments would be applied toiviu-d purchase of the bnildltiRs and, after 25 years, title would puss to the government. Trimble contends that his plan has these advantages: 1. The government could get the office buildings and iwst offices It needs without the long delay ot waiting for appropriations. 2. Tlie government would save money in many cities because lease payments on a new, well planned office building would be less than rents paid for office space scattered throughout a city. 3. Private interests would have a place for Investing capital where they would get a fair return wllh no risk. 4. The government eventually would own the buildings and save even more in rentals. 5. Construction of the buildings wcnld provide considerable employment. Trimble said Insurance companies, for instance, could Invest money In bulldln? nnd get a return of about 2.15 per.cent. Such interests, he paid, favor his plan. The bill contemplates only office buildings or combined iiostofflces and federal court houses but Trim- D/et Experiment Set For Small Children VANCOUVER, wash, i.n — The small fry should have lots of (nn at school soon, with tionliils slnrt- in? to feed Ihe rats a^ain. It's part of the Clark Counly Dpnta! Society's "Rood teeth" pro- cram. The experiments will be carried out in lo elementary schools. Dr. Raymond Caimibell. president, explained. They will run for two months, dunncr which !imc pupils will weigh each gram of food the rate eat and keep charts on the results. "It's the best way we've found | to show children the value o( a well-balancfd diet, ns opposed to one containing lots ol sweets and little or r.o milk," Dr. Campbell said. EXPERT HARNESS REPAIR Uring your harness io us for expert repair. \Vc | also oil harness. BLYTHEVILLE SHOE SHOP 121 South Fifth er towns. offices in small- Lower Californm is appro.ximnte- ly 810 miles long. Baptist Church, Elder G. E. Jones nt JonMboro is conducting tlie school which uegan Monday night nnd is to run throiif-h March 7. Elder Silas Long Is pastor of the Lone Onk cmircli. Rercn-nce to the tabernacle Is made In the Dlhle In the Old Testament Book ot Exodus. Tlie miniature model Is built to a scale of one Inch to one cubit —a DlWlcal teim of measurement equaling 18 feet. According to Scripture, the ta- Iwnmcle was b\i!li under the direction of Moses when he lead Ills people of Israel Into tlie Wilderness. It was built of/goM, silver, nnd brass obtained from the melted jewelry rjf ihe people 1111- rter Moses, the Bible story says The model Is made of wooilen slats coupled together with small luatls. Descriptions of the tabernarie ,0"d its furnishings are follmved precisely in the model. State Health Agency Blasted For Milk Act KAYB-1TEVILLE. Ark. f/P) — The State Health Department acted unreasonably and arbitrarily" in removing the gr.irlc A rating of Glenn's Dairy here, says Chancellor Thomas But!. The judge yesterday delayed for JO days a decision on making permanent a temporary Injunction restraining the department from removing the rating. He ordered the department to check the dairy and report to him whether It was meeting A standards. The department charged thai Glenn bought and used ungraded cheese milk and—after il had been quarantined—destroyed it. Pipeline Policy Proposed CAIRO </PI—Syrln ami Lebanon are discussing adoption of a unified policy toward oil companies that run pipelines over Die two countries, including n sharing of royalties, the Arab news agency reports. Th- American - owned Trans Arabian Pipeline Co. and the Iraq P. J. Bott Dies In Little Rock LITTLE ROOK f/p, _ p erry j Bott, veteran employe of the Arkansas Power and Light Co is ill-id. Bott, 54-year-old safety directoi of the company, died in a hospita here last night. He had been employed by AP&L for 32 years. Sewer Bonds Approved STUTTGART, Ark. M>) - stutt . Bart voters have approved. 786 to M2. n S315.000 bond issue to II- nance repairs nnd Improvements to the sewer system hero. Petroleum Co. _ in which American firms have nn interest — would be affected. 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They are Cotton Plant, Brinklcy, Forrest City, Palestine. Mnrlanno, West Helena. Wheatley, Wynne, West .Memphis, Hughes, Marion. Cr»w- fortlsvlllc. Earle, Parkin, Turrell, Gllmore, Tyronza, Marked Tree, Lcpanto and Trmnami. ceiling plan it hopes would benefit 'ttie public and cut red tape for business at the same time. Chairman Maybank (D-SC) announced yesterday his group is working on a plan to automatically suspend price controls on items selling below ceiling - levels, and automatically restore the cont,^ if the price rises to or »bov, «° * Ing level. ea ~ Sweden with about 24 telephone, for every 100 people Is second om, to the United States In the number ot phones per person. You Can't Beat a Medicine That's GOQDj REAL HELP FOR FOLKS WHO CANT SLEEPS Deficiencies of Vitamins Ba, Niacin and Iron Senators Study 'Ceiling Plan' WASHINGTON (/I',—The Senate- Banking Committee wrestled today with nn "automatic shift 1 If you toss and turn at niglit are so nervous and can't get to sleep because of deficiencies of Vitamins is,. H.., Mncin and Iron in your system — don't rely on products which merely relieve these symp- !? m . Sl Because if you start taking HADACOL— yon can actually relieve a rail and uiitlerlyhvj cause of such troubles due to these deficiencies. And best of ullI Continuous use of HADACOL not only gives corl- linuous oiid complete relief, but helps prevent such a dcficlencv- caiiscd condition from cumin" uzivlr.. This is what you must do it you iv;w real relief jmd freedom • i'om nervousness, insomnia and a run-do\vn <-<}nr!tffo n ,!„„ < 0 such deficiencies sSSsSs'-sssl why is he wearing a flannel suit? Wherever he goes he'll Feel at home in this handsome flannel suit. It has an easy, natural look. A quiet dignity that's never out of place. Sure of being well-dressed he'll enjoy its comfort, delight in its rich softness. Available in medium shades of gray, blue and ton, it's a suit you'd be pfoud to wear. MEAD'S IK MAIK IT it i IT

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