The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1950 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, January 25, 1950
Page 3
Start Free Trial

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1950 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ' FACE THREB Senate Confirms Admiral Sherman Highest Navy Post Filled After Firing of Outspoken Denfeld WASHINGTON, Jan. 25. </P)—Admiral Forrest p. Slicrman today was cotifirnkd by the Senate as chief of naval operations. It was a voice vote. Sherman succeeds Admiral Jxiuis P. Dcntcld, lived by president Truman last November 2 at the request of Navy Secretary Matthews. Denfctd, who announced his retirement from the Navy last, week, '' criticized unification policies re a congressional committee, Uust before the vote. Senator Kem <R-Mo) delivered a fresh blast at the treatment of Denfeld. He accused the administration of tryiiifi to intimidate rntlrLavy officers who oppose its policies. Tlicre was no real opposition to Sherman. But Kem, Senator McCarthy <R- Wis) and others who have beer critical of the treatment of Denfeld were getting in a last sny. Kem said that Congress' right tr demand and get the facts from military and civilian officials had been challenged by President Truman's firinB of Denfeld last November. Dcnfeld was ousted after the Senate had confirmed him for a second two-year term which was to have beguti in December. Kem said Den fold's testimony to a House committee that the Navy was not being taken in as a full partner in high level military decisions causca the admiral to be "purged." "His ouster was only part of tho calculated pattern of intimidation," Kem said. "At any rate it emphasized the extent to which the administration may go to slap down those who dare oppose it," He asked: "Do those who dare to entertain thoughts of their own, or to present their honest views ivhen called on to do so by the Congress, face humiliation, and degradation, and the. loss of their careers?" UBuft Asked to Order Came Commission to Pay Bounty on Wo/yes LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 25 (IT)— Four Boone county men today asked the Pulaski Chancery (;ourt to order (he Arkansas Game and Pish Commission to pay bounties on wolves killed since July 1. Glen Redgmon, c. V. Thomason, Arch Armcr and O- A. Stanley filed suit here yesterday charging that the commission has refused to pay the SIS bounty for each wolf killed 'as provided for in act 183 of 1949. They rlaim to have tilled seven since July 1. Boone County Judge Atlbry Hick- enbottam, who has paid comity . bounties of $20 for each wolf, recently criticized the commission for refusing to pay bounties. T. A. McAmis, executive secretary of the commission, said payment u-ir ' n *, COURAGE ANI> VOU'VIC C.Qr IT." Senator J. M ? m f '"'. b "S h 'o', Ark i!' lsas lel 's Wamla wilcv of Texas, ISiiO March of Dimes Pewter chiM as hu creels ],er in (he Capitol in MasliiiiKlon. Wanda shows S -or Kiilliriglit the coin collector winch resembles the 'iron lun S . J'iicy |.i,l me in one," said Wanrta, "hut I'm winning now." Formosan Aid Proposal Gets Some Support WASHINGTON. Jan. 25. M*»—A congrp.sstonal move to send about $'28.000,000 In economic aid to the Chinese Nation a Hot, 1 ; on Formosa reportedly has the approval of Secretary, of State Acheson. Chairman Connally (D-Tex* of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said Ache.son agreed to the proposal during a meeting with the committee yesterday. A Republican committee member who n.skctt that his name not be moil snid laler thai the Chinese Nationalists have asked $50,000,000 for general economic jni r poses and for currency stabilization. He said he doubts whether tlie cornmittec would approve any funds for currency stabilisation and added that the group figured $28,000,000 to S30.000.000 "will take care" of the island's economic needs. Episcopalians Conduct Annual State Meeting HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Jan. 25'} —The 78th annual convention ol he Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas jegan here this morning. Highlights were to be ordinatloi of the Rev. Robert Hall, Eureka Springs, and tonight's report by the bishop of the didcses, the Ht. Rev R. Bland Mitchell. W. H. Daggctt, Martannn, wa. i-ctected president of the Epis copal Chui'cluneu's Association o Arkansas at a prc-convcntlon ban quet of la.vincn last night. Other officers: B. H. Men-is. Fay etteville, vice president; Atlltun B Dougan, Litlle Rock, secret! Directors named are: Henry Hoyt, Lcachvills; John Anderson, Helena; Henry William. El Dorado; Jack Bunch, Hot Sprints: S. L. McCartney, Port Smith; John Williams, Little Rock, and A. D. Fellows, Newport. Huge Canada In area, Cancla is 3 per cent larger (Vmn continental United States, and only 2 per c<*«t smaller than the entire continent of Europe, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica- Cub Pack Plans Observance Of Scout Week Cub Scouts from Pack No. F\iur, iwnsored by the First Christian rch, their parents, and Cub t leaders will observe Boy scout V>ck and celebrate the 40th an- liversary of Boy Scouts of America vith a Blue and Qold banquet at he Jaycee clubhouse, February 9. Plans for the banrtuet were com- ilcted last night at a meeting of Vn Mothers at the home of Mrs. lurry Bradley. Each parent will >repare part of the banquet meal, iml the Cub Scouts, with the help of their fathers, are to whittle the eating utensils ,fts a part of the landicraft tanght in Cub scout work. The Cub Scoul.s of Pack'No. Four ire directed by Cubmasler Fred Callihan, and represent the only Cub Pack ir. nlylheville. There are 71 members of the live active Ueiis in the pack at present. Cub Scout units over the nation will observe Boy Scout Week, February (i to 12, in the same manner. The blue and gold colors to he used in the banquet tire the Cub colors. The Troop Committee for the Pack includes William H<«JIIC, diairmun, Eric Whltley and Ilaci- le.v Hays, and Harry Bradley Is the assistant Cubmasler. Den Mothers, working wilh the sponsoring institution, and the troop committee on banquet plans arc: Mrs. Bradley. Mrs. Boyce Moore, Mrs. William Hurl. Jr., Mrs Sanforil Shelton, Mrs. John Burnett and Mrs. E. M. Holt. BANKKK 1IKADS AI'KC — ft. H. IMckcnhorst, Morrilton planter and banker, was elected president of the Arkansas Public Kxpcnditllrc Council at a recent, meeting of the board of directors in kittle Itock. H« is « menmei of the board of directors of the Arkansas Power and 1-ighl Company, the Union National Bank of Little Rock and a past president of the Arkansas Hankers AssocJa- tlOn. The APEC will concentrate on a study pointing to the reorganization of the state government to eliminate waste, inefficiency and overlapping functions during his term, Mr. Dk-kcnhoisl said. B/yf/ievi/fe Optometrists To Attend State Meeting Dr. Millon K. Webb and Dr James c. Guard, Blytheville optometrists, will attend > special meeting of the Arkansas Oplom- ftflc Association in Little Rock uesiliiy, The association will hear « series of lectures by Dr. A.. M- Skefflng- ton, representative of tre American Optometrlo association on "Modern Application of Lenses." Smokeless powder Is mad< from nitrocellulose, or guncotton. NOSE D1OM Woria Co/rJs Start Don't, dclayl Al the first i eniftle or snee7r, put a few drop* o[ Vicks Va-lro-uol In ench nostril. ForlfiLscd In lime,Va-tro-nol hcliis prevent many colds from developing. Relieves head cold distress fa^t. Try it! Follow directions In package. '*• VICKSVATtO-HOi The word "forlniKht," Is fom the Old English term meaning "lonv- tccn nizlits," according lo the Encyclopedia Britannica. FARMERS INSUMHCI FAIMEIS IMSUftAMCE nCHAH«( * nuCI INS. EXCHAMM Sai't with Sajaj f ilftout Sacrificing Protect!**, DISTRICT OFFICB JOHN DOE, OUlrirt AnM 1111 Mil. St. UrmU. ITU \V. L. -nil,!," WALKKR Disslrirl Asrnl 200 Isaacs Bids., Theme 319« lies. I'hclne 2113 NOTICE The Fault's You Find in Dry Cleaning: Odor Shrinkage • Dull Color • The "Feel" Correct These Now by Calling 2408 BRIGHTER, SOFTER, and Above All, ODORLESS CLEANING With Our Sec-O-MATIC Process POPULAR PRICES Bestway Cleaners Thursday - Friday - Saturday 1920 W. Main Phone 2408 For Use in Oven or Refrigerator Special While They Last 69 C was refused after Fish and Wfldlifc Service experts had declared t the \ pelts to bR those of dogs Instead ' of wolves. THURS.-FRI.-SAT. Girls ALL WOOL SOCKS $1.45 Value Children's HOUSE SLIPPERS $1.45 & $1.95 Values Women's HAND BAGS $2.95 Value Women's Rubber KNEE BOOTS Women's Oyer the Sho«' BOOTS $ 2 Family Shoe Store 312 West Main Phone 2312 SEE J1MMIE FJRST Thursday, Friday, Saturday 9x12 Firth "&% '^WWrf$^ BROADLOOM Choose from Colors of Green, Blue, Brown and Candy Stripe Regular $59.95 $ 49 100% Wool, 27x54 THROW RUG Choose from a Very Good Assortment of Colors and Pattern* Reg. $3.95 $ 6 27 inch Stairway and HALL RUNNER I Made of 100% Wool I Lovely Green Color 3 Days Only $ 1 BROADLOOM AXMINSTER Beautiful Green Tone-on-Tone with Fern Leaf Design Size 12x12 Reg. $79.70 Size 12x15 Reg. $99.80 $ $ 64 80 Any day, any time, you'll find a complete selection uf llic finest carpeting ill .limmic Edwards'. . .in Ui« loveliest similes and designs. In slock now are 9 rolls ranging in price from $G lo $13 per square yard. Se« Jinimie First. JIMMIE EDWARDS 301 E. Main FURNITURE COMPANY-— Crystal Stemware Compare This Quality With Crystal Selling for Double This Price Per Stem 89 C You Always Save at Dreifus! No Charge for Credit DREIFUS \\KP.\ Urnilns ... Diamonds :nii \\Efii \i.-\i\ "ST. STORU IN M.TTHEVIUE. MEMPHIS AND DYWi Expert PLUMBING Service • AM, WO.KK GUARANTEED • Blan Heath Co, PHONE 828 HARRY MYERS in charge of PLUMBING DEPARTMENT In England It's the Chemist Shop In franc* 7^} It's the Apothecary Shop 7ffe$ In BiytheviKe It's DRUG STORE For Expert Prescription Service KEROSENE and FUEL OIU G.O.PoetzOilCo. Phone 2089

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free