The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 21, 1950
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.); COURIER NEWS ' —Courier N T ewi Phofo ANGUS CHAMPIONS—Awarded top premlumi in their classes were this Aberdeen Angus bull and heifer. They are owned ajirf entered In the district fair here by Ames Plantation of Grand Junction, Tenn. —Courier Newi Phalo CHAMPION JBX»EY BULI^-Owned and entered by R. R. fry of Angnos, Ark., in* Jeraey bull above ww named grand champion yei- lerday at the District Fair here. Obituaries —Courlrr News Photn PRIZE-WINNING PAIR-Judges In the Livestock Division at the District Fair here selected these animals as the grand champion .Hereford bull and heifej;. The bull Is owned by Choate Hereford Farm of Hlckmtn, Ky., and the heller is owned by C. H. whistle of Denton, Ark. Trainmen Told to Seek Hikes 1 MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Sept. 21. Railroad trainmen were ad- -vlsed today to higher wages. begin a drive for . W. P. Kennedy, president of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen (BRT), told the union's delegates at their 29th convention that Hie drive should begin as soon, as the convention ends. Kennedy said the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and En- ginemen, an .independent union would Join the" BRT in the move to obtain'^ , 40 hour 'week. At present yard men can- be worked 56 hours .at straight time. The .unions want 48 hours'/pay for '40'' hours work, with overtime for all over 40 hours. Steel Confab Begins PITTSBimGH, Sept."21. <AP) — Leaders of the Cro United steel Workers canie here today to open a two-day conference which most observers predict will end In wage Increase demands for the union's 1 000,000 members. Philip Murray, president of both the CIO and the steelworkers, had no comment before the 36-man executive board began iu closed doors session. He already Is on record as saying steel companies' profits are exce-sMve. Tax Bill to Go To Truman Friday WASHINGTON, Sept. 21. Ifi — Congress now expects to put the $4.700.000,000 tax-boosting bill on President Truman's desk by tomorrow night. In time to increase the payroll tax deductions 10 days from now. A Senate-House conference committee, suddenly breaking a deadlock, reached complete agreement on a compromise measure late yesterday. Mr. Truman quickly telephoned Rep. Doughton (D-NC) and said he Is pleased with the bill. j « Osceola Man Reports Theft of His Auto W. R. Nicholson of Osceola reported to Stale police this morning that his car. a 1850 model pontlac, was' stolen from its parking phce at his home in Osceola last night. Mr. Nicholson told police that the. car was taken after II o'clock last night. This is the second time in the past year that a car belonging to Mr. Nicholson Ins been stolen. An American group has sent 50 000 eucalyptus trees to Israel to provide timber and help check Mil erosion. s^a-r *rt ^do^<h~ys America from Siberia. WEEK END SPECIAL VALUES FIBER SEAT COVERS Sterling Deluxe Installed Regular i Free $14.95 MOTOR OIL Bulk - Bring Your f\ c Container R egu ia, i5c q t. V Hydraulic Brake Fluid Pint Cons Re f 9Uc ' Qr Wind Jammers Blue, Red Rcgular Green, Clear 29c pair _ Mixing Bowl Sets 4 Piece Sets in Green & Ivory Regular 98c 77' SOUTHERN AUTO IB^ STORE Former Ketident Diet Service, for John Ql«sn*r of Memphis, formerly * resident of Blythevllle, were conducted it 2:30 p.m. UxUy it National Funeral Home In Memphis. BurlM was In EJmwood Cemetery there. Mr. Olasner, who »'»j 79. rt! r d yesterd«y. Bom in Erin, Tenn., he resided In Blythevifle several years before moving to Memphis. Cooler Schools To Close Sept. 27 Cooler. Mo., schools will close Wednesdny'for the'cotton picking season, J. B. Godwin, superintendent of schools, announced this morning. The term was started July 10. Plans call (or the second term to start Nov. 13 and to close May 4. Mr. Godwin also announced that the faculty men would play the school Softball team next Monday afternoon at IMS on the school diamond. Slated to pitch for the fnculty Is Joe Benney, school athletic coach, while Delm'nr "Kid" prltehard will do the catching. The school team has a record of six wins and four losses for the season. They were' runner-up in the recent pemlscott County tournament, having lost to Warden In the Spokesman \Sayt • •••;. Truman to Veto Bill WASHINGTON. Sept. 31. </P)_A top congressional source said today he understands preslde'nt Truman has decided to veto the subversives control bill approved overwhelmingly by Congress. This source, who asked not to be_named. Is In frequent touch with the white House. He told reporters UN Continued from page 1 ternational security, It would: 1. Enable the veto-free General Assembly to meet on 24 hours notice In case of a breach of the peace whenever the Security Council, which bears "the primary re.spoasi- blllty for the maintenance of peace and wcurlty," U hamstrung oy A big-power veto. Although Huss!* Is not mentioned by name, American spokesmen made it clear the S.ivict Union »'«.•; considered the probable obstruction In the council. • 2- Set up a roving u.N. commission to observe developments in areas of international tension and report authoritatively to the assembly on events there. 1 Ask member government* to set up. within their national armed services, unit* which would be at the cnll of the security council or BMembly to put down v'iolatlors of the peace. A U.S. spokesman said that although the. asrembly only had the power U) recommend such action, he thought a majority of nations would agree to put such unit* at its disposal. t Set up a committee to study other possible means of action to prevent aggression. Dulles told reporters the plan plugs the loopholes In the U.N. charter which have led some persons to denounce the world oiga- nlzatlon a-i a mere debating society, and will "transmute words Into deeds." • He said It will prevent a rerx-ti- .jon of the situation where the U.S. lad to net alone in Korea Because the U.N. had no forces at its'-'cbm- mand. , ' : '. ' Are Examined During Trachoma Clinic Held Here About 80 persons • went .through the Trachoma Clinic conducted this morning at Hie County Health Unit by Dr. J. PV Henry, physician with the' State Health Department of Little Rock Of this number, M white n«ja. tlv« ca«s »nd nine Negro netitlve cases were discovered. i Only on* new case w»t found,! while 13 old cises reporting for re- examinatlon were reported to be in arrested «t«ges. Other abnormaUles found In- eluded glaucoma, cataracts, pttry. glum, blepnirllls, conjunctivitis, ny- cwtagmus and strabismus. Several were advised ' thai they needed glasses, and «l least 15 were found to need some kind of surgery. Mr». j. c. Droke acted is clinician registrar, Mrs. C. a. Redman was In charge of records, Mrs. Clara Ambrose checked the vision of examinees, Mrs. Irma Bunch acted clerk and Mrs. Annabel Fill assisted Dr. Henry with the examinations. The clinic Is conducted annually in Mississippi County. Dr. Henry will conduct a similar clinic tomorrow at the Health Unit in Oaceola. , SEPTEMBER 81, KOREA 'there are plenty of us who want •ery much to see the bill-signed but I understand the president Is going to veto it." Earlier. Mr. Truman sidestepped he question of whether he will Continued trom Paee | mlle« southwest of the city alongside, rice paddles where peasants placidly gathered In the harvest. AP Correspondent Relman Morin reported that, the Marines who rammed across the Han eight miles northwest of Seoul found the narrow roads too slow for their tanks They rumbled farther to the railroad track* leading Into' the city and then swung southward. Morin, veteran reporter of European, African and Asian campaigns, said the drive on the capital from the northwest was. a big push "like the big ones near the end of the last war." Reds captured on the Han's north bank, Morin added, reported they had been pressed into battle only five days previously. This wax shortly alter the United Nations started landing a 40.000-man liberation force at Inchon last Friday. Mornn said some SCO prisoners had been rounded up around Seoul by late Thursday, some were boys of U and IS. They had been ordered (o hold the line at all cos!? they said. '." On the old United Nations beach- heart In the southeast,' the main actions were In the Waegwan .sector. 140 miles southeast of Seoul. U.S. First Cavalry Division troopers and South Koreans forged a trnp on 5,000 Reds of the Third anil 13th Divisions northeast of Waeg- wan, and the UA 2*th Division drove, three miles northwest of the town. ' - TANKS LEAD THE WAY -ras? Following closely In the track, of , link . fn i» mn , .T FAIR Continued Irom Page 1 booth set lip by the. Monette Home Demonstration club. This exhibit showed the increased life expectancy of modern farm women due to Improvements in fnrm home living. The second place award was $85. Winning the $75 third place award was the West Paragould Horn Demonstration Club. Tills exhlbl portrayed the year-round work o home demonstration clubs and the! season?! nroJecLs. Wins Fourth Plate Flat Lane Home Demonstration Club won the J50 fourth place pri?, for a booth that showed the "seven essentials for better living." These the display points out. Include rmn dlcraft. club tours, home storage landscaping, recreation, pantr 1 shelf and balanced diet. Showing 'varying table setting according to seasons of the year the Yarbro Home Demonstrate Club won the $45 fifth place In the booth judging. Judging of the educational exhlb Its were Mrs-. Dora atubblefleld o: Paragould, Green County hot™ demonstration agent; Mrs. Mars Lamtrum of Marion, Crlttenden County home demonstration agent: Mrs. Helen Carr. Arkansas-Missour Power Co. home economist; Miss Eliznbeth Moss of Blytheville, Home Service supervisor for Mississippi County Electric Cooperative, Inc.; and Miss Lena Given of .Jonesboro of the Craighead County Electric Cooperative, Inc. About 21 commercial groups placed exhibits at the fair this year. Included are McGregor Plastic, E. C. Robinson Lumber Co.. Ark-Mo Power Company. Crafton Company, Builders Supply Inc.. Planters Hard- sign or veto the measure. SHEET METAL WORK- OF ALL KINDS CiMtum work for grins. a!falf« mills, oil mills. Custom Sh««rini up to 1/4 inch thicknea*. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway Phone 2fi51 Catalog Dept. 1st Floor Phone 2442 CATALOG SALES DEPARTMENT 224 PAGES C / VALUB -YCURS FROM Nt FALL SALE-BOOK YOU'RE INVITED to COME IN FOR YOUR r.EC COPY today, to cnecft th« sale price] and prove the values to yourself... to ordor in our Catalog Department or by phone, as you preferl One look at fh« wW« lelectioni, doieni of new items and prke» ii oil you'll neec/ ... to prove thot \\\e Fall Sal* Book offen real dollar-stretching values throughout, and added cofo/og selection! moke Words,the biggest shopping center in town! «£3^p^ WRra Co., Mississippi County Electrical Co-dp. Edwards Furniture Co.. Arkansas Grocery Co., Swift nnd Co., Blytheville Fertilizer Co., lemons Furniture Co., Huffman Bros Blytheville. Motor Co., Seymorc Sales Co.. Shclton Motor Co.. Still and Young, 61 Implement Co., and John Deere Implement Co. Stage Show Himjes on Wnlher Organizations sponsoring booths include the County Health Unit the Mississippi County Tuberculosis' Asso.-lation and the Arkansas Fish nnd Oftme Commission. I Weather permitting, H maUncc program by vaudeville performers was to have been presented this afternoon starting at 2:30. The same ' Sronp Is slated to perform again j tonight starting at 8 o'clock. Both performances were to be elven from the platform placed in front of the grandstand. Admission prices for both performances are 25 cents lor children and 50 cents for adults. Another matinee program Is scheduled for tomorrow, with evening performances tomorrow and Friday night. Tomorrow has been designated as Kid's Day at which time all school children will be admitted to the grounds free. Schools of the area ore expected to either close or let out early so the children will be able to attend. W. B Nicholson, superintendent of the Blytheville School District announced that class periods In Blytheville schools will be shortened and children will be let out at 2 o'clock. To My Friends Wish to announce that am now located a( CHARLEY'S ELKCTK1C SKRV- ICR. Now I am able (o serve you 2J hours a <tav on (X)M- iHERCIAI, RKFRIGERj|| TION and AIR-CONDI; TIONING work. Please feel free to call at any time. Frank Westall Day 2S193 . . . Night 2808 PHONE 2660 for a FREE Home Demonstration with WO Obligation! MODEL FOR EVERY NEED LIFETIME GUARANTEE and dezens of features: • Fr«»tmK Prtiitr Faat • Mjuttlbrt Stwtnt • riwttlul IC-OC M.lor lew Liti • irt lt*«r Fimiut Mthci Moore's Furniture Co. 306-310 Eost Main

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