The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 24, 1950
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TOTSDAY, , 1930 X 1 HfiV1LTJB (ASK.)' ?'A'GE SKTJEI? Missouri's 1950 Outlook is Good Formers' Income To Decline Bur Other Factors Favorable JEFFERSON CITY,-Jan. 24. Wl— "General prosperity" Is the outlook for Missouri In 1950, Charles A. Rieker said today. ^ As heau of the State Employment Security Division, Ricker keeps his finger on business employment conditions. His optimistic forecast came In n report to Gov. Forrest Smith outlining record activities for his agency last year. "While 1350. from the standpoint ol. employment and earniiiRs In- Kirie. appears destined to be one of prosperity. tl\e possibility of <t becoming a record hrcaker is discounted by the agricultural Income outlook." he snld. "Decline In farm prices will hav, Ms effect on fanners' Income, it appears." He said College, nt Agriculture economists predict a 15 per -cent decrease in net farm income for 1950—33 per cent below the 1941 peak but still better than any year before 1943. But the outlook for con.structioi work in Missouri is even bellci than 1919. Rtcker reported. Thei he outlined the situation in differ ent parts of the state: "There will be labor market proh lems despite the general prosperity "One area where there is a size able surplus of labor is in South west Missouri. This partially is dm to a virtual shutdown In lead am zinc mining in Jasper Count) There seems to he little likelihooi of operations in this field re-open Ing. Joplin opprafor* contend min era) recovery Is Insufficient lo oil set current operating costs," Did Testament Scholars Plan Vew Version NEW YORK, Jan. 24-C/V)—The irst draft ol the Revised Standard Version of (he Old Testament has been completed by a group of the ion's foremast Biblical scholars and religious educators. The achievement follows 12 years of debate. Mimeographed texts, containing change* and corrections agreed upon by the scholars, are ueinn dis- .ributed to Individual group tncm- jers for final revision, it was learned .oday. The deadline for delivery of the completed manuscript to the pub- .ishers has been set lor Oct. 10, 1951. and publication has been set for September, 1S152. The old testament revision will be a companion to the Revised Standard Version of the New Testament, completed by ihe same group in 1945 and published the following year. More than 2,000,000 copies nf the revised ew Testament have been sold. Chairman of the committee of scholars is Dr. IjUTher A, Weiglo, dean-emeritus of Yale University Divinity School. ' Dr. Wcigle says he and his colleagues are not "revising the Bible." and explains: "What we are revising is the English translation o! the Bible— the English words, phrases and sentences which are used to express the meaning ol the (original) Hebrew and Greek." Cancer Society Reveals New Miracle Drug USING IlliAI. IIOKSK SKNSE—"Lucky," (center) > horse, drons a dollar from his mouth on the ninntcr he wanU his mistress, Susan Wallace. 24, to piny at the roulette wheel at Reno, Nev. Miss Wallace of Hollywood, Calif., brought the hor;c to Reno with the announced duel purpoe of winning and getting Miss Wallace publicity to further her operatic sinking study. At reinrt, they were doing both. Cal- Nc-va dealer Dealing Dixon (left) lakej it all as part of a day's work. (AP Wiieiihoto). Agri Spokesman Says Eggs Wilt Be Cheaper WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (/D—Eggs should hou-sewives an aveiagc of eight (o ten cents a dozen less thus year than last, an Agriculture Department spokesman said lotiay. With eggs cheaper, the department Ls counting oil people eating more of them .It expects this, in turn ,to reduce the amount of dried eggs that the government buys ;o support the reduced prices. Roy \V. Lennartson, the department's deputy lul/ninlst) iUor lor marketing, brought this out before a Senate agriculture subcommittee, The subcommittee is studying the spread bcuvecn producer and consumer, prices for farm products. Undergoes Operation NEW YORK, Jan. 24. Wi—Lily Pons, Metropolitan opera star, underwent a "very successful" operation for the remox'al of a kidney .stone yesteiday. A personal represenlritive said she planned to return to the opera after a brief vacation in Florida. Livestock Theit Ring Broken by Officers in Batesyille-Ncwport Area BATESVILLIC. Ark., Jan. 24. UP}— Independence County sheriff H'.'r- ton Arnold said today that a cattle theft ring operating hi Jackson and Independence counties for several months has been broken. , He said . thnt Lynn RuUedRc, Newark, made a statement admitting a series or cattle thefts In the tu'o counties, and implicating James Lewis Barber, also of Newark. Hutledpe is In jail here and Barber is held at Newport. Sheriff Burton said the arrests ended a year-Ions Investigation in which officers ol White. Greene, and Crai^hcad counties and operators of livestock sales barns In five counties participated. Hevaria is the driest of states hi rainfall, averaging 8.81 inches ycnr. according to the U. S. Weather Insecticides lhat will kill rat fleas are a valuable weapon against p!a;ue_. NEW YORK, Jan. 24— UP)— Thf American Cancer Society yesterday announced a dru\r treatment for cancer which it sata has kept a few persons comfortable and productive for four years. All had been given only R few months to live. The treatment is a polysuccharidc, a compler form of sugar, obtained from germs known as bacillus pio- dogiosus. The announcement was credited to Dr. Hugh J. Creech, of the Institute for Cancer Research, Philadelphia, which has been work- Ing for four years on this cancer sugar. 'More than 130 far-advanced cancer patients have been treated," said the announcement, "None considered permanently cured. Mast of them seemed to receive at least slight benefit .Between 20 and 30 per cent were helped In one or more of several ways—tumors shrunk, pain disappeared, weight increased, appetite returned, more or le.w noi'mel activity was resumed and there was a sense of well-being." What this sugar treatment will lead to was not predicted, hut Dr. Creech said there is enough encouragement to work on these sugars for at least 10 years. Similar sugars were at the base of the famous Coley's fluid which years ago was said to have caused some .sensational cancer cures. The fjuid WEIS abandoned when the medical profession was unable to get consistent good results. Comden Man Purctiattt Aberdeen-Angus Bull On a Bid of $28,500 MIAMI, Okla., Jan. M. W— B. T. Fooks of Camrien, Ark., * newcomer o the Aberdeen-Angus cattle breeders' ranks, bought the first bull sold oday at the S. C. Fullerton Estate's Sunbeai) Farms for »2»,500. The animal was Prince Eric IV of Sunbeam, » full brother to Prince Eric ol Sunbean which brought at Chicago In 1944 a price ol 140,000. at Ihe time the highest price ever paid for a bull o! any breed. against W. L. Tanikc, L. 8. Hartzog, et al. In aatd court In Case No. 4317 and upon his failure so to do the complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as the Clerk of said Circuit Court and the seal thereot thu M day of December, 1049. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Betty Bunn, D.C. Oicar Fendter, atty. for PI. James M. Roy, atty. ad lit. 1-3-10-1/7-21 Oklahoma Union Says Strike Must Be Won OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. 24, Un— Hit Oklahoma State Industrial Union Council says an "Imminent" nationwide telephone workers strike must bp wnn "tod eslroy any plans of big business lo restore company unionism in America." In a resolution adopted at lh' Council's eiRhth minimi slate con ventlon Sunday. It pledged suppnr of "any strike 1 ' by the Communi cation Workers of America (CIO) In addition to odetlng strike support, the Council condemned the "dangerous altitude of the Bell monopoly" toward collective bar- Ti»lnlinr. Indorsed union demands In Ihe dispute and opposed further telephone rate- 'ticreases. WARNING ORIIKR The defendant L. S. Harlzog is hereby warned to appear In the Circuit Court Tor the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas within thirty days and answer the complaint of plaintiff, Fidelity Mutual Insurance Company, filed SALE! We're Closing Out Our Line of General Electric Dishwashers ONLY 1 LEFT—VERY SPECIAL PRICE "PETE" The Plumber Your CRANE Dealer 109 No. 1st Blytheville Heart of 18-Year-ald Roy Stitched After Knife Cut \ NORRISTOWN, Pa., Jan. 24. tJP) —Doctors .stMched the heart of IB- year-old Roland iMancinl Sunday night after it had been ripped open by a knife and apparently saved J the youth's life. The emergency operation wns performed at Montgomery Hospital by Dr. Donald Mendings. It wns the second time in the hospital's history that a patient's heart was stitched,' Four stitches were taken. Mancini was accidentally stabbed in the clicsL by a friend, Police Chief T. Mason Osbr>rne of suburban Plymouth township reported. TOMORROW'S MAN? —The classical influence predominates in this conception of what the "Man of Tomorrow" may wear. The creation by Tina Leser was exhibited at the New York Metropolitan Museum ol Art. -Besides the plaid skirt, there were backless, collarless, toil - less shirts with ruffled sleeves and pleated bosoms among the things women think men will wear in the future. Get the out-ahead style and sensational savings of a new 195O Studebaker CHARPEN your pencil anJ get . ready to lotal up a big list of new-car savings! Come in and jot them down item by item—the sizable savings you can make on gas, on oil, on repair bills, by driving a new 1950 Stuilchakcr! 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