The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1950 · Page 11
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March 30, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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THURSDAY,-MARCH SO, 1950 Clean-Up, Fix-Up Drive Planned for Health Week Clinics, public assemblies, healthof Americs, Negro farm youth or- nuns, and a clean-up, fix-up" ganization, will sponsor a program program will mark the observance BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS of the 36th National Negro Health Week in Blythevllle.- C ie BlytheviUe program, to begin day and extend uuough the following Sunday, Is bolng sponsored by two Negro organizations— BlytheviUe Health Club, and Christian Relief Club, and the Negro Schools. , Dr. A. U. Brown, director of the Arkansas tuberculosis associ ation for Negroes at Alexander, will be the principal speaker at the mass meeting at 3 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul's Baptist Church which will start the activities. Other Speakers Arc Other speakers will include Rev. Thomas J. Brown, pastor of the Bethel A.M.E. Church; Rev. B. N. Crawford, pastor of Carter's Temple C.M.B. Church, and Rev. J. E. Hughes, pastor of Enoch Temple A.M.E, Church. . - ...-. Harrison School's Choral club nnd the St. Paul's Church Choir will be presented, also, at the meeting. Health films, demonstrations and lectures are scheduled during the week. Monday at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. c. G. Redman, executive secretary for the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, will speak. Mrs. Annabel Fill, North Mississippi County health nurse, will speak at the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church Thursday night, following a clinic at the church under the supervision of Dr. B. E. Roberts, Dr. B. A |son, and Dr. K. H. Nunn III will start at 1:30 pjn. Apri: 6 - Dr. Nunn to Speak ; Dr. Nunn is also slated to address the student body snd teache.-s under the sponsorship of the Girl? Social Hygiene Club, division II, on Monday. The Junior Social Hygiem club will have Dr. Roberts, and progri health on Wednesday. The senor class will conduct the health >anel on Thursday, and a broad- ast over radio station KLCN Is )lanned for April 6, also M. J. Shivers will be a guest on the panel discussion. The broadcast, to directed by C. R. Stewart of the high school faculty, will be concerned with the evaluation of the week's program. The Elm Street School programs will be directed by Artiz Z. Sawyer and will include a commemoration of the 95th birthday of Booker T. Washington, who smarted Negro Health Week in 1915, on April 5 at 1:30 p.m. by the fifth and sixth grades, arid a program on Friday, April 7, to be presented by the primary grades. Dr. Wilson a Tuesday, and , guest speakers on the New Farmer. Aircraft Land On Polar Pack ANCHORAGE, Alaska. March 30 Wi—A tenth rescue squadron' C-4' airplane has made two successfu T landings on the north polar ice pack, the Alaska Air Command has announced. The landings, made March 21 and 22 but unreported until now, were made 100 miles north of 'Barter Island, a desolate stretch of land off the northern coast of Alaska The island serves as a base training operations now being conducted by the air command. The c-47 was piloted by Lt Col. Eugene O. Strause of Topeka Kas. Col. Bcrnt Balchen, command- in^ officer of the rescue squadron termed the landings "one of the most important events In polar aviation." "Colonel Slrause's landings showed that If necessary both' large bombers and transports could crash land with comparative safety 01 the polar Ice pack," Balchen said. TS A WONDERFUL WORD. "HELLO"—Working at ha telephone-cluttered desk, where he takcJabVut 250 calls a day " nr^tl'i'f, , DcmareSt ° f St . amfo '- d ' c °""- Bemarest launch^' . prolitable telephone-answering service after becoming blind, several years ago. Now Ills torn employs 20 persons. Zulu Dancer Seeks Lost Homeland LOS ANGELES. March 30. Zom- ma cobra Scany powll 27-year-old aiilu dancer, snake charmer and fire eater who speaks English and writes in Arabic and Hebrew, would like to go home. But he doesn't know where that Is. He said yesterday he was eight, Playing . in his Jungle home in Africa, when a circus agent recruited him, his mother and seveari tribesmen for an American side show. "The circus split up," said Powll. "I was separated from my mother and the tribesmen, r travel. I model for artists. But I want to go home where I don't have to Jump for my life every time I cross street." Powll said immigrations officers agreed he should be deported to Africa, but that British officials refused to pay his fair because he could not prove he is a'British subject. So Powll has sent letters and his photograph to King ibn Saud of Arabia and the queen of the Zulus of (lie Belgian Congo. "I hope they recognize me," he told newsmen. Filed Tusks Silence Walnut Willy's Tears LOS ANGELES. March 30. 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