The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1949 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 9, 1949
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1049 BLYTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS LEADING W.VTIIKVIU.E BAND TO I-IUST i>r.Aci;-They didn't . know it a- the tiaie, hut lilytheville High School's six vivacious majorettes Doris Dean, Sophie Bright. Doris stone I om-c'suUivun" Vn'ml" i „ «ore leatlmg their band lo first place a s they passed the reviewing stand Easley and Jean Shelton. Lalor the b:i,,d' was e-tliwl hi-"s, \ , -ur,,,. o.eola's Chri.stn.a. parade last ni B ht. They are i,,om the left, hvan stepped fonvard to receive «00 a, d 7 0 , , r . , MAXGKH SCENE OF ULYTIIIiVlI.LK FKA—The manger scene float, of tlie Hlythrvillc Future Fiirniers of America club ca:::e oft with second place In the Osccola parade last night. First place went to a lively snow- —Courier News rhnlo man scene prepared by the Osccola primary K n,des. children ii,iin B Uic streets were peppered with candy carried by clowns during the parartt, Car Washing Halted by Water Shortage in State of Nev/ York NEW YOKK, DCC U— (.-l',~~ TlRii world's 'city doesn't have enough water. Unlay to lot its residents wash their cars. As authorities worked to ping the holes hi New York's fast-nmpty- iiiti _vratPr birrro], new restrict ions were imposed to conserve remaining supplies. f pplies. For the first time, the pinch ally was being felt directly by the public, All "non-rssenlial" of water were out. by order of Water Commissioner Stephen J. Cfivney. H« ordered: That there tat* no flooding of tennis courts tor filling of pools for winter ice skating. That thc cleaning of tiled walls in subway stations be halted for the duration or thc shortage. At tile same time, the Police Department was mobilizing an. army of several thousand civilian "\v;ucr wardens 11 to canvass homes and urge dwi'llei.s lo -save water. Wearing armbsincis marked "pn- lice." some or the wardens already were on thc job. If they find leaky faucets or residents who are \v;i5tin<* water, they are to report Ihe conditions to authorities, The city's upstate and West- Chester County rf::-crvoirs. -sapped by ' unusually heavy consumption combined with a .season of li^ht ininfjiU, were down to about 88.653.000,000 gallons, about one-third of capacity. N*e\v York conlri become a "ghost city." says Chief Water Engineer Iwnvd j. Clark, If the needed sins don't, come. Joining with the city In its conservation efforts, the American Dental Association told its members to turn off taps in mouth-washhu: bowls, except v.hen in by patients. The, hoard of cductiiion ordered 'in. uuiu u 1,11 LU in iii luu uiuuitu AA./O A.\CiELFS indoor swimmim: pools, which re- Robert s. Weaver The savc-writer c:imp;ii?n, being prc?.scci by ncv:spnper and radio, was npparcDUv having UA effect- Otic woman called Ciiy H.ill, and "Is it all right to take a f-.hwer? 5 ' Nations Warned By UN to Observe Chinese Treaties NEW YOHK. Dec. 9. l,p, — The United Nations Assemblv yesterday ^jailed on all thc worid" to keep jK^illd.'; (iff China and lo respect her 'treaties. The assembly also decided to keep a continuing watch over the Chinese prolilern—and Nationalist «iargcs'of Soviet intrusion — by referring it to the year-round Little Assembly. I The hanrls-off policy hilt-, lated l>y tlic United Stales with four other powers na co-sponsors. | Nationalist China harl urged; strong action condermmisr Russia as ' an aggressor and urging al! nations to refrain from diplomatic, retognl-i tion of the connimnists ! The Chinese dclegallon. however, j agreed lo shunt the prolilem to the I-ittlc Assembly after It beivitne apparent It faced certain defeat on Its own resolution. Metropolitan Offers Loans to Small Business WASHINGTON. Dec. 9. M>l—The Metropolitan Lif P i, 1sl |,.., ncc Cn | m offered to make loans to small businesses under certain conditions Tins would be a new field (at the country's largest life insurance Imii which usually lias made only big loans amounting to luindrcds of thmisnnds nt dollars. President Leroy A. Lincoli] nnd other company e.xeciitive.s made the offer before the Senate-House Economic Committee headed liy Senator O'Mahoney (D-Wyol. The group has-been looking for ways to hcln small business get risk capital The Metropolitan offieials s.itil lomis woulrt be ,,iade on this basis- The Metropolitan will take 90 per cent of smiiKl small business loans if local banks will accept 10 per 'li/'"' 1 Wrvlcc " le 1nri " during Lincoln said small businessmen •would do a darn sight better to come ami sit down with us Instead of coining to the government." A small business advisory committee set up by the Commerce Department has rccommr-micd Hial the government established a pro- sram of Insurance on private bank loans to small business Lincoln Insisted private enterprise shrnitrt handle this Job and not the government. Former AAU Head Dies ' ' •"• ^ tiiici i cm n tlilcMC Jiiirai, Is clciui at thc a s c of 65. Weaver wn.s fc nown for 40 scals Expert Coming Here Again well-known expert, of i M i, nB p Ol i s rJll, P cr ?°.. n «"y demonstrate his me° U Charc a at thc Dec jh r™ o x- -ay. 12th trom 9 A M to 1 2 noon. Mr Itn-xc say, lhc Ho-*-c method ,i i, . i. '. , 0 P c rilnRs In rcmnrk- nhls- short time on the nvcrngc case. [h K ,°'r '? "' the S " c or loc « 1 ° n <" the rupuirc. nnd no matter how much you llf or strain, nnd puu 10. hark to wo.-k thc jnmo il»j BS " S "" : ° rc you wcrc r "P- * i? 1 '?^' n ' at< Tproof. sanltarj-. pr.icurally IHrtc.~trunlll>]e. and can " : , ,,., *'" ll<! IntDlns. Each shlrld i^ ^Kinruliv molOcd and nttprt to tnr^jurtR under hrr\t yhlch cirrs ft pcrirct III aim sntisfacllon Lame and <1imciilt ruptures lol- ^nuins operations rsppclMly solicit- Do no overlook tills opportunltr if ^ou want RrallfyLnij rr.stilts. >Sall- ini; address p. o. Box S2.13 E Mich- sun St. Station. Imlanlnnnlli I. Gaf-hings Speaks At- Meeting of Dell Kiwanians E. c. (Took) Gainings. CIMIRI'OSS- innn from Arkansas' First Conpres- sional District, w^is the pi-incipal speaker at tlic meeting of Hie Dell Khvnnians this week. Coiigre^sinHn Gathmij.s. \v]u> ex- .H n i n e d agricultutal legislation, spofco earlier at the DeJI Hjgli School, explaining to students ac- ivlties of eongrew. ami traditions if Washington ami Hie Wiiite Fiou^e. About 30 sucsts from smrmnuling o\vn.s were gue.sKs of the Kiwanians t Ihe meeting, at which Mr. Ci:ilh- ngx expro&wd a de.sinv to see that ottcm acreage allotments would be •lu!!igo<! .50 thai no /artrer would lave more limn 50 |ier cent cut rom hus 1948 acreage. • The speaker was presenter! to the Ciwanians by the program chair- nan, thc Rev. Eugene H. Hall, pas- or of thc First Methodist, Church t Dell. A. E. Caldwell Is president. The dinner was served in thc hiyh chool ca/cterla, and approximately " attended. Firestone Asks Accounting of Store's On application n! thc FilestoiK lire <fc Rubber Company Chancel- l'ir Frnnrl!.- A. Cherry of Joncsbon veslenlay appoints! Paul Chambers receiver for the O. O. ilarchi- uay Firestone Store. L!(I7 West M-iin Street in lilytheville. The action was laken hi n suit Hied in Chancery Cmirt here earlier this week in whirl) the plaintiff seeks an accounting of funds handled by the store and for judgment lor 57.022 on a check !«„,.,[ f 0 llu . I'ireslone Company by ^rr. llanhi- way nKainr.t the store's accmint in a lilytheville bank. The plaintiff said payment had Ijcen refused on (nc check. Chancellor cherry required a SW.ODO bond of the receiver Tlie bo,id was filed in the circuit clerk's office yesterday afternoon and'the r-ceivcr took charge of Urn store after taking his oath of office PAGE THREE OM I ()[ V S ml t ieli tic iwi ni K ht when ih ; ,.. 'm-ade. With Minna Cl uiv holding i k | ,,,t M| iyol )i,.,i r lluller e,s nly s!: , t ed U, second '.Mi are .six atuactive heip- who icprcscnlpd hi t -h :s MiTiy Christinas," .schools of ttiis i is standing near —Courier News Photo rcn. Frances Kiun, Otceola'j the sleigh. — Courier News I'huto rillST I'l.ACi; WINXIill IN XliCJUO I.-I.OATS—Carson Lake Coin- uinity's .scene depicting Chn.slnnis inonilii B was auiudcil first iilnce ; moiiB floats ccmpclinB in tlic Ne i; io division In O.sccola last ni B lit. Uiirel.v isil)H> behind the sirenmers ol j)a]>cr aic .several clilldren lying in beds —Courier N<^ws PJiolo Christmas morning. That Silnt Nick has already visited them ^ UVUlCH<:L ' li I)J ' tlle ™l'i'»'s R'"s whicti arc nrnm R c.i In front of the mock " ° SCC " lil ' S ""*"' ^ "" '""^ Read courier New* Want Ads s one of the outstanding starters n track and field circles. Weaver died at his home ycsttr- ay. MATERNITY SHOP Formerly in Hotly wood DRESSES SUfTS SKIRTS SMOCKS SLACKS LINGERIE Reasonable Prices Wrile or Call Kor Iiiformnliim 204 S.Cleveland Phone 36-3262 Memphis, Term. RENT A CAR Drive Aiiywlnrt Vou ricnsr Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 Complete I'alnl Service On the 1'inesl Lj nc Available Sherwin Williams o BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. \V. (1. "Hill" Pease J. Wilson Henry Highway 61 South F3 UP TO *20°° PAIR OF SFERLtHC SIIVER CANDLESTICKS Inches high wilh weighted bases. BOTH at Ihe low price. 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