The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 15, 1949
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHKVIU.K (ARK.) COITRTER NEWS — U.S. Ambassador Leaves for Chi American Policies In Far East to Hinge • On Diplomat's Trip By the Associated 1'ress ;i : VS. Roving Ambassador Philip •C. Jessup is oft (oday on fl jxilicy .study tour ol the Fur r-.'asl His findings are expected to shajx 1 America's future relations with neighboring countries of Communist Cliiua. and with Connnunist China i!.<rlf. Je.s.sllp probably will confer with Gen. Douglas MaeArtlnn- In Tokyo. In Bangkok he will meet top American diplomats Itoiu Far Cistern rxxsts. They will di.scus.s moves that may be marie to rouiiiiii liie spread of Communist po'.vcr. The U.S. global trouble shooter will embark on a ship to fail from San F'nmc)>[?o. Admhii.- tnilion critics who looked for quiver aciion 'from the State IVpjirtment last '•vct-k critical d Jiv. c :ip :nr taking "a flow bant to china." He lius a well prepared piYy;:n!£n ix-uire bun and a record of sum's.--, in Ticklish diplomatic sjx)!;. Jfvsup hi'lpfil engineer tile Soviet lif'j'u; .if the Berlin blockade. t A responsible lltitish sourer In London s;iid Ktitain is pressing the Uriiteil .Slates anil faniitln lu help launch a eifanfic new aitl prri'ram fur Ihe .Middle I-::ist anil Southern Asia. The idea is In savi- strategic potenlially-rtrh regions . from fulling into Hie Siivint orbit. This source said the program is now bem<; discuKscd at Kiji-si-crot Oiree-powcr talks no-.v ^oing oti In Wnshin^ton. Delegates of 10 Indonesian states flew to Jogjakarta in Java today to | pick a president for ihe United j States of Indonesia. '1'he Indonesian | Republic, the parent o fthe new union, was threatened by a Communist iiprisini; las! year. Observers said the rubber and oil-rich islands will need American and Western! financial aid to bolster their eco-j nomy against future comunmL.t infiltration. Ilrilons May Hecosniie China Itnls In Hong Kong, there were unconfirmed reports that Britain will soon recognize the Chinese Communist regime. Eight of Mnj. Gen. Claire L. ChennauH's civil air transport • planes left unexpectedly for Formosa on hearing these reports. . In Tokyo, Emperor Hirohito told the Diet (Parliament) at its opening session that Japan now can • hope for speedy admission Into the international community of nations. He expressed Japan's hopes for an • early peace treaty. The United Nations Trusteeship ) Council was called into closed se.s- , sion at Lake Success to consider ! what it Is going 1 to do about internationalizing Jerusalem. Lsrael has . defied the U.N. decision to control the city by making it Israel's pcr: manent capital. Many U.N. dele: gates said the trusteeship council is . faced with a hopeies fisk. A three-day wildcat strike that inconvenienced millions of Ixmdon- • ers ended today in four of Britain's nationalized electric power plants. The 2.700 strikers went back Ui work without wage gains and the lights came on again. IMttlOTI detnoled lioiu at Pittsburgh, arris at her s The demotion :i> I'Olt ('O.Ml'l.AIMN-<; Mrs. Helen Vainer, (above) was )irinci]):il 10 first trade teuclicr >i bet-nii-r she coinplaliici! to Male :liool. H»ai<l members ins^teri .s Santa Glaus Finds Blytheville Youth In St. Louis Hospital for Long Stay CONCERT Nine-year-old Hobble Lee of Blyllicville yeslerriay ended Ma first month In' Shrmei'V Hospital In St. l,ouis~and may be there as loni; as five more months— but Santa mannged to locate him anyway. At a recent Christmas party Riven (he young patients in Shriners' .•".•mi'ti wnue (juris Hospital, Santa Clans paid an eariy Wonderland," and •• visit to Dominie and afterward a iotied Tree." ii year in salary. (M picture of the Blytheville boy and Ills red-suited visitor appeared In the St. Louis Post Dispatch- Bobbie, the son of Mr. and Mrs Ulcie Nichols. 92,1 South Clark, Is suffering from what doctors l>elieve may be tuberculosis of the bone. Mrs. Nichols said Bobble's case was first diagnosed as I'erthes disease, an affliction of the bone in the hip Joint, but Is now feared to be TB ol the bone. Bobbie's lelt teg is affected. In a recent letter, Bobbie told his mother he may be in the hospital for another five months. He Is scheduled for an operation on his hip soon, his mother said. He has suffered from the bone disease situe he was two years old. Mrs. Nichols said. He was admitted to Shriners' Hospital Nov. H What "hurts" as much as anything, Mrs. Nichols said, is the in- nie Cliecu Street school , lerferreiv.-e with Bobbie's schooling. •flu-mis about tire ha/- j Normally, he would he' in the fourth ' """" l " 1! '»«» — fau^i in C ,hT ri ' bUl * re- Little Joe Scouts Gift Counters, Then Asks Santa to Buy the Store Dear Santa, side, to:.>. Judy couldn't read them I ain't but. .-.even, anil I ain't b-en [ cau-,e she can't «o to school Moth- very ewxl, but lotsa kid- in thiSjcr says she's too tittle, but she's blo.k is mcani.T'11 me, MI I think 1 j really too dumb tf you J>H'C her mis hi to KI:I the one lium.- I want! these blocks, maybe she can get in for Christinas—a toy .-lore. No kid- j next year. dlii' they're keen. "|',,| s ir , H,. ;I f()r Mother When I sinned looking I was | I w.un one of those little pool ta- BOitls t" piek out a biineh ol toys :;o blc.s that nil the stores had but T you wouldn't get stuff I ilidn't need ! heard mommy .say .-he was gohi" '~ oj the .school time he has mi? Mr. Nichols is a line foreman the Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. £or GJH time to tov.s. put it on ,if I get all these Truck Driver Killed In Missouri Accident LU?J. MO., Dec 15 i.l'( "^LHUJ oe Hazel, 15, w-a.s instantly ? ! 1 j, s ' ll " V : • yesterday when a pickup !l "! )by ' c »«* driving wen. out ol'"I" 1 "*, ! he's pciked around my ear and (.,... ed rt-orrieil, so mom doesn't know I can really hear.) Kinds .Many Toys Gosh Santa they've got so much Rtulf, but people keep coming in and carrying It out in sacks, or all tied up, and they're all big people. Please save .some for us little kids. Here's a list of what I don t want sold: a steam roller, caterpillar, dump truck and road grader, nil scaled to the real models, that motor boat that runs in water with a flash light battery, the erector set with square girders and electric motor and steel stuff instead of those wooden one.s. the loo! chest with tools that really work, and all those gadgets to put with my elrr.- Iric train (the round hou^c that sends out. messages lo the workers, and that man that, signals the ! CANAI.OU. Mo Dec 15 f.p) _ trains, too), and cue ot those sue- \ Mrs, Matlte Blunt, 4!) 'of'Caiialou lion guns that shoots ping-pong | was killed instantly yesterday af- ROOM WITH VIEW- Model of an English living room is the fan- l.'isUc hat that won tor Mrs. M. Dolnnd Doyle first prize for the most ingenious gct-up at p. New York charily ball. The social event was held tor the lienclit of hosmtalized veterans. like books and clothes, but I decided it would be easier just to get the store. Hiil and .Judy went with me, and they want stores for Christina.:;, too; but they hide when their mommy ' pet dnddy one. so he'd stay home nights, so it's <j k. to sell it to her. IVm'L forgel now, Santa. Joe P.S. I Just thought rd tell you I might- he better next vear. i{ I gel UI,L uiuj in,,v; rtin:[j L'inn uimiimy ...i^iji- ut: uL'Lit-i IH'.M, \eai, IE 1 gel calls them, and I think it's nicer just! »" these toys. Mommy wants ma'to NEW ORI.KANS. Dec. IS. M') Esso Standard Oil Co. has nil- nounred a one-fjuarter cent per gallon increase in the posted price for kerosene nlniiK (he Gulf Coast. A company spokesman said the new posting is 1"; cents or about 15 per cent lower than it was one year ago. The tank ear price at ts'ew Orleans advanced .2 cent per gallon, making the new price nine cents per gallon. The tank wagon price here is being increased a like amount, resulting In a new posting of li.s cents per gallon. to play like you don't hear, i I've. : ge been to the doctor thice limes snow suit or line! ; that, hut r(ou't fool - t Ibink it'll be sprm< Commercial Autographs before t have Furnished Collectors STKESTO.V. Mo., Dec. 15. Freddie ,loe Hazel killed late truck he control ami overturned on'a high-i way near Vandnser, Mo. He was' the son nf Mr. and Mrs James ll;uel of Vanduser. Non-ai Gibson 2:t. who was riclina with Hazx-l, suffered severe injuries. Canalou, Mo., Woman Killed in Auto Crash WASHINGTON -or, _ Anto- aphs of Rudyard Kiplin R . George Gershwin, Dr. Use Meitncr and Margaret Mitchell are among the most sought-after by colectors today, one expert says. Describing autograph colecting as a highly stimulating and profitable Collector Robley Stevens the magazine "hobby listed other "most sought after" signatures as: Prof. Albert Enstein. President p. D- noosebelt, Justice Felix Frankfurter. Ihe Duke, and nuches of Witnlso, Gen. Geor»e Marshall. Cordcll Hull, Charles (not Thomas) Kdison. Commercial autograph catalogues list the following prices: George Washington—sin;,; William Faulkner—$45; John Philip Sousa $12.,it); Woodrow Wilson—$650' Sinclair Lewis- S10. Continued from Page 1 "White Christmas." "Winter "An Old Fash- Afler the choir presented "Carol of the Bells," "Let Carols Ring" "Carol of the Birds", "The First Noel," and "Joy to the World", Fred Wai-ing's arrangement of "Twas the Night Before Christmas" concluded the concert. In the final number, Harry Frlt- Jimmy Reinmiller '•ius, jr., and were soloists, and specialties for dialog or laughing parLs were: Nan- I cy Damon. Janet Nelson, Mary Mar- ' Karet Auten, Alice Priest, Jackie Estes, Vivian Taylor, Jimmy Reinmiller, Jimmy Cassidy, Rupert Ciafton, Jr., and will Whitner. Choir Members Soprano voices in the senior choir Included: Mary Margaret Auten. Kay Colston, Nancy Damon Virginia Easley, Mary jo Eaton, Bobby Estes, Jackie Estes, Ima Sue Flowers, Mona Gaincs. Hetty Ann Graves, Nancy Hamilton. Billie Jean Holmes, Aunella Humphries, Millie Ann Mallory, Helen Martin, Rosemary Monachal!, Sue McGhee, Maxine Odlim. Barbara Pruitt, Annetta Ritlcnberry, Barbara Smith, Enla Smith, Doris Stone, Louise Stilll- van, Sally Trieschmann, Betty Wade, Norma Jean West, Jane Wilson and Barbara Yarbro. Tenors were: Larry Ashley, Larry Baker. Jerry Berry. Jimmy Culbertson, Albert Fairffelri, Harry Fritzius. Dan Harmon, Stanley Ingram. Charles Kinningham. Bob Kirshner] Bobby McDaniel.s, Jimmy Phillip/ Gene Shanks. Murray Smart, Donald Stone and John Wilks. Alto voices were: Carol Bailey, Shirley Barksdale, Patsy Calvert. Susie Crafton. Donna Sue Gore Ruth Hale, Nita Rose Hall. BetU Ann Harber, Pat Hearn, Maxim- Hipp, Janet Nelson, Martha Nichols, Barbara Ocnning, Patsy Pope. Alice Priest. Melba Pryor, Faye Reid! Barbara Saliba, Bonlta Elanlcard, Vivian Taylor, Hetty Toinllmon, and Barbara Van i'oosier. Ba,ss voices included: Hunter rnore. Dan Atkins, Charlie Belknap, Bob Blodgett, Jimmy Cassidy. flob- erl Crafton, Rupert Cralton, Jr., Richard Dedman, Tommy Dowdy, J. C. Drake. Ira Koonce. Larry Lilt/, Warren McClurc, Jo Ray Price, Dick Reid. Jimmy Reinn'.iller. Oakie Ropp, Frank Wagner, Will Whil- ner. and Dill Winidcrlich, Juniors III the Junior Choir were: Sopranos Billie Marie Barnett, Bell, Joyce Buchanan, Winnie Beth Buckley, Detores Carter, Frances Dowdy. Rhonda Eaton. Peggy Freeman, Sara Harrison, Patricia Henry. Ann Hindman Doris Bean, Beverly Jones, Merry Lane, Alice Lcd- belter, Jo Alice McGuirc, Dclore.s Penny, Mary Ixni Sawyers, Joy Shel- TTTUKSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1949 Ion, Kay Smith, Clone Stone, Mary Sue Watkliis, Dianne Zelicr, i' Zachry, and Charlene Yarhro. Allo voices: Fruina noro«.sky, ., Hobble Byrd, Jeanne Campbell, Sully CrUchficlcl, Marilyn Dauglicrly, Jan Dickinson, Jo Ann Earls. Peggy Gil- mole, Erby Greer. Ernr.stinc Hull, Sandra Long, Sandra Lmijord, Bi>t- ty Michael, Nancy Milliorii, Ann Jan, Tenur.s were: Donald Brown, Jim Jackson, Buddy Phillips, Jall Ray _ dcr, Norman Sullivan, Eddie Joe Whittle, and Stanley Zcller. D L Bailey, Gentry, Norman Brau-iier, Donald loniniy Harrison, Bennle ty Michael, Nancy Milliorii, Ann Hays, Lloyd Hocock and Joh'niw Perry, Sue SUntlckl, Emadel O'Brion were HID bass voice./ SHEET METAL WORK. OF ALL KINDS Custom work for p/iris, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing ii[> to \/\ int-h Ihirknesg Frank Simmons Tin Shop Broadway court and the seal thereof on this Mil ford. Witness my hand as clerk of said 14th day of December. 1949. HARVEy MORRIS. Clerk By Anita Syke.s, D C Prank C. Douglas, atty. 12 15-22-29-1:5 ternoou ivhen nn automobile she occuplMl struck another car at R county road intersection and then lo a hospital. He and Lee were severely hurt and taken to the Slkeston hospital. Randall Blunt husband of the dead woman and also a passenger in the car was unhurt. balls. Judy is too little to write, so you'd better save lier a doll of some kind, i ..v..u nm-i She wants one with magic skin, or : turned over. The car was. driven a Tonl doll tlnil can get permanent*, I by w. B. -Moore. :«;. and occupied or one that k'inda talks or coos like j 1 ? lsr> by Clarence 4!), both of real babies do. She wants that i Canalou. Moore sairt he wns driving iron, the washing machine !hat ifast lo Bet Lee's baby and take It kitchen, too, with the real electric''" iron, the washing machine that washes clothe.s. and the electric beater like mommy has. The oiuk really holds water too. Wants Hocking Hnrse That li'u-ks One of your helper.-; showed us that rocking horse that bucks ever which way. and lols of fire tnieks that really run and have loud whistles and lights that go on and oft. He put some water in that little filling station that is complete with a grease stand, and the water came out the hose just like the pas docs. It had a place to park cars on the roof, and a slide to send them Lack down when they was ihrougli p:irk- iiii;. Don't sell thai, ei'hcr. i Judy saw some Works that were all shiney. and they don't set djrty :<l ail. She got some sum on one : and that helper of yours w,i..h- '. ed i: otf, rau.-e he xiid it wa.s ptas- : tie. All the things that you .-,v on' Hie »H> wa.s on one side. a::d then ! numbers on aiu>t!ier -.idr. and t:ien , thert; weie nur.-cry r.\hmes im one FOR SALE CONCIiKTfc CULVKR'l Tll.k ^tt.Ml yiiu lesi r«l last.' njn^n than tnj othel brjilR* material Lnctiei. CONCRETE SEWER TILE Slzcg l-fc-r, incfiei COXtlRBTE SEI'ITC TANKS • Hert Pncts , vv, UellTci A. H. WEBB Ilifhwaj 61 at Statt Lln« Phone 7U A XMAS PRESENT FREE FROM BURNETT AUTO SALES A Bountiful 1" Jewel BULOVA WATCH with each USED CAR! Today thru Dec. 24 NIIW is your tipiKii'dinily lo gel a fainons "Clciin-l)»!|ieii(lal)le" I'sinl Car from [lunieK's and (jcl •.{ liciiulil'ul walch for Christmas alj- solulcly free! Choose either a lady's or man's watch. Our lot is I oca led at KiS K. .Main a I Hie t'onu'f of FninUlin. Come down soon or call 2U37 1'or a ri'in'osenlaliv't!. Jittl huiry! BURNETT AUTO SALES 138 East Main Blytheville Oleomargarine was Invented In 1869 by a Frenchman to secure a pi we offered by Napoleon in for a cheap and wholesome butter substitute. WARNING ORDER The defendant, Hannah Mae Willord, is warned to appear in the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District. Mis.sL-sippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Robert BALL POINT PEN WITH A ^0 VEAR WHITTtN SIRVJCI POLICY WRITES TO 3 YEARS WITHOUT REFILLING • ''™>' ''-' .wFmM r^ i!I<os - OlvCfJ STOItK—Ulythevillc U RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY Cllnlr SH Main llltllirvtllt Ark KEROSENE and FUEL OIL G.O.PoetzOilCa Phone 2089 x l''t>r I'riinn)!, Courteous -V { * *" FRIENDLY SERVICE NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4474 Want the For Your Friends? For Holiday entertaining ... or a gift to a favored friend . . . there's no match for Yellowstone, the bonded Kentucky Bourbon with the rare flavor-softly mellow . . . rich but not heavy. BOTTLED IN BOND 1OO PROOF • OTTUD-IN-BOND UKDER U. S. GOVT. SUPERVISION — BY Y EL LO V/ST ONE, INC., LOUISVILLE, KY. WHOIESAIE LIQUOR DEALERS Hint ROCK. A«KANS«

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