The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 7, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 7, 1949
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE Health Matters Before Aldermen Council to Consider Ordinance Sought by Tuberculosis Board The city council at Us monthly meellng in City Hall tomorrow night will consider a petition of Pride and Gateway Subdivision residents seeking creation of an Improvement district to construction of sewers in that area. A petition, signed by lno-lliirds of the property owners in this area has been filed with City Clerk W. I. Malln. Mr. Malln said: this morning (hat no objections to the propose! sewer dislricl had been filed wilh him. Scheduled to meet at 1:30 in (lie Municipal courtroom, the council tomorrow night will determine whether persons who signed the pet- illon constitute two-thirds in value ot the owners of real property In ths «rea Involved. Property owners in these subdivisions who desire lo appear in connection with formation of Ihe district will be henrd nl die council meeting. Health Ordinance Sought In oilier action scheduled for tomorrow night, an ordinance making chest x-rays compulsory tor food handlers in Blylheville will be introduced. Hays Sullivan, president of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, announced the proposed ordinance today. The ordinance x-ray is being sponsored and promoted by the tubeiculosfs association, and will be presented to the council by James Roy, attorney and member of the county board. It will be presented to the Osceola City Council later I this week by Steve Ralph, vlee-pre- sldent of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association. The plans call for the ordinance to be introduced before the council of every incorporated town In Ihe county In the near future, if It is accepted by the councils In OKC- cola nnd Blytheviile, Mr. Sullivan said. Mr. Sullivan explained lhat (he ordinance had not been introduced lo the city councils previously because most cities had been without health officers to enforce any such city measures. He stated that the ordinance wns modeled after those in force in various other towns In Arkansas, which hnd proved beneficial in control of tuberculosis, as well as in locution of various other discorders as heart diseases, tumors or Ignant growths. According to Mr. Sullivan such mnl- the . for each [oodhandler to have an x-ray made each, year before health cards permitting them to continue In contact with food tor public consumption could be Issued. FifthDktrict Legionnaires Hear Hearne Approximately 150 legionnaires '™.™ l ^ (14 Posts of the Lesion's Fifth District, attended the Fifth District convention at. (he Comun- Jty House in Osceola yesterday State Deportment Commnndcr Joe Hcarne of Little Rock, formerly of Jonesboro. told of his recent trip to Washington to meet with the Legion commanders of other states to discuss the Lesion's disabled veterans program. R. W. Slsson of Lubbock. Tc.\- n^^^SS'lo^: ? Wash^^'rnSnf S'lg <-•• L Bill of Rights Committee of which he is a member. . LI °yJ Oortley of Osceoln also addressed the Legionnaires son o r • R " Csts '"eluded Bert p rC5 . S',!f "L P H'! k .>'«?!"» '"'nV'cn'rl COMMERCE Continued From Page 1. the majority aide In all the recommendations. Many ShKli ftofattd The report pro|»sed (he following .shifts of agencies Into tha Commerce Department: One independent agency, the Ka- lional Advisory Committee on Aeronautics, with nearly 7,000 workers, to be alKOrbcd bodily. / From Treasury—Die Coast Guard, which the report said is "obviously misplaced" now; also certain marine duties ol the Customs Bureau if » study shows .such a merger to be desirable. Kiom the Federal Works Agency —the entile Public Roads Administration. From the Maritime Commission— All it.s business and executive duties, including (he buying, selling, and subsidizing of ships and the making ol loans to shipping coin- panics. From the Executive Office of the President,—The, Office of Defense Tr,tiLS|x>rlation. From the Interstate Commerce Commission—All truck and bus safely operations and a number of railroad Junctions, including safety measures, the inajilng of railroad merger plans, and "car .service." The List would give commerce authority lo deal with critical shortages of railroad cars. Prom the Civil Aeronautics Board -The duties of Issuing and enforcing air salely rules. A new "Bureau o! Civil Aviation" would be set up in commerce, to embrace nil the department's aviation activllles. From Interior Department—All commercial fisheries activity, now part of the Push and Wlldlile Service. "A bureau ol fisheries can be one of the mosl important industrial and commercial agencies in the government," the report said. Would Split Department As projected by the commission, the Commerce Department would be split Into two main operating brandies. A "Transportation Service" would menage most of the newly-absorbed units ns well as the Weather Bureau nnd other related offices now in the department. An "Industrial and Commercial Sci vice." would be set up to include Uie Bureau ol Foreign and Domestic Commerce, the new Fisheries Bureau, the Census Bureau, Patent Oftice. and other business and trade agencies. The commission would make the department, for the first time, as a nmjor orclej'-lssimig agency. It now tins few directive powers beyond export control and the allocation of tin unit a handful of other scare? malerlFils. or- Office Little Rock an ort " the Legion's junior 'bascto'lTpro! gr^m J or Arkansas. Delegates to the convention nd- "? ?" " ..'-""""ion „««„„,.. (T,, to be used to help defray the expense of holding district'mecttnes Following the meeting represent- ™it7v*%«^«''tt e i*! crrpiicii American Legion Fifth District Junior Baseball League in discuss plans for the le.igue piny this At noon, dinner was served bv members of the Women's Auxiliarv of Osccola's Mack Gridcr Post Arkansas Youth Found Dead; Brother Wounded BERRVVILLK. Ark.. March 7. (>P| —Two young brothers who had been missing since Saturday were found this morning near their home—one was dead, the other wounded . Deputy Sheriff Gore of Carroll County 5 ,-ii<l (lie boys were found by a member ol » .vairch party lying in n clump of bushes 100 yards from their Ctenrk farm home 12 miles north of here. Their pet'dog by dead beside them. Sheriff Ami Kowcrlon has gone lo the scene. Gore said Dewey Tubb. 7 wns dead nmt ihnl his brother. Leon Tubb, 12, hnd been wounded over Reds in Belgium Echo Refusal to Fight 'War' BRUSSELS, Belgium, March 7 <#»—B c I g i a n Communists have joined the parade of Communist groups in various countries to come out for -Russia first." The Central Committee ot the Belgmn Communist Party, meeting m-ci the weekend, approved a reso- lulion to Hie effect that: "The Comnumisti «xjiild refuse lo coopcrnlo in an oggiwalve war against niissian In which Belgium would h» forced by tiie American unpcrialMm servam.-i governing this country." * Gen. Clay Approves 19 Germans' Sentences BERLIN, March 1. <.,r-,—Gen. Lucius D. Clay approved todtiy the sentences of 19 Germans convicted of the muss murder of more than one million persons, mostly Jews Thirteen were sentenced to cite Jhe defendants were convicted by nn American War Crimes Court »t Nuernberg in April. ig« ... k'" 01 "' 0 " °f Hie death sentences "us ordered slaved pending 'action by the defendants on petitions filed conns In the, United States. About 1.500,000 persons are Injur- « rarh yrar in non-fatal accidents on U.S. farms. LIBCRAL INCOME ; on your idle funds lTo"pc?;cMo' IT Inv d01 '" 9e . nerous ecini ' 1 9' trSnll, this atlioctive tole of pay for itf'','!!^ of you, hoid-comed dollars! ° Wieie your sovmgt ora concerned notKlno is more important ihon sofety! 9 OurCufrentRateoffaniin9sis3% Blytheviile Federal Savings & Loan So. •ti A. » . _ Phone 3545 Many Attend Dedication of Church Here Blylhevilte's First Church of the Nazarenc was dedicated free of all indebtedness during sjwclal services conducted In the sanctuary at First and sycamore streets, by Dr. H. C, Powers general superintendent for the denomination and the highest officer in the church, Sunday afternoon. He also delivered the sermon at the worship service Sunday morn- Ing und the sanctuary was filled to capacity for both occasions. Dr. Powers left last night for lilt home In Dallns, 'I'ex. The denomination maintains it.s general headquarters in Kan-ins City, Mo. The Rev. H. W. Johnson, of Little Rock, superintendent of the Ark- District of the Nazarene Church, was a special guest for the dedication services. The Blylheville church was constructed at a cast of approximately »22,000 Officials of Hie church estimated Uiat it would cost at least $56,000 to erect the building at current, construction cools. The sanctuary has a sealing capacity of 400. Members of Ihe board ol trustees are: Oscar Alexander, chairman; the Ttcv. Harold C. Thompson, H. W. Franks, Hurt Trumble and Wil- Inrd Evans. All were present and participated in the dedication service yesterday afternoon. The Rev. Daniel Stafford is pastor of the church, other Nazarenc ministers attending tile special service included the Rev. Boyd Hancock, pastor of the Jonesboro church; [he Rev. Mr. Thompson, and Ihe Rev. Mr. stallinc.s, a former ?aslor In Jone.sboro. Several inin- i-vters and members of other churches in Blylheville Attended the service. Special floral offerings were provided for Ihe occasion by friends nl the church. Obituaries State Supreme Court Bans Use of Sample ballots tor Instruction LITTLE ROCK, March 7. "—The JBII on use of sample ballots for he purpose at instructing volers low to vote wns upheld by the Ar- knnsns Supreme Court today. The court. In four to one decision, affirmed the conviction of Wiley Brnnton, Pine Bluff .Negro tmctcah operator, in Ihe Pins BlufT Municipal Court on a charge of distrlb- iting sample ballots prior to n Dem- jcratic. primary election Inst AUK- ist 10. prnnton. who was fined S300 was niu-god with violating the .stntute vhich provides that "it shall be nn- awful to print or distribute any ballots, outside of Ihose ballots ord- red for use in the election for he purpose of Instructing voters low lo vote." iunrise Faster Service? Planning Is Launched Plans for a Sunrise Enster Service for the Churches of niythcvlllc will be started soon, the Rev. Lester D. Strubhar, pastor of the First Christian Church and president of the Blytheviile Ministerial Association, said todnv. The Enster Service planning will be directed by Ihe Re.-. E C Brown The Rev. Mr. Brown was named lo nead the planning cc»:n""c- at " . j ° int meeting of the Blytheviile Ministerial Association and the Mississippi County Ministcrnl Al ance at the First Baptist church ! Ilils morning. The Rev Allen D i Stewart, pastor of the First Meth ! odist Church.- and the Rev Harvey ' T. Kldd, pastor of the First prcs- I byterian Church, were named to ] work with Rev. Mr. Brown I final Rites Conducted For Mrs. Nancy Kilty Rites for Mrs. Nancy Ann niley, 1 ^,'°. 1 r of Mrs - Everett Rhodes of Blytheviile, were conducted this afternoon at the Number Nine Baptist Church by the Rev. A. M. Houston, a former pastor Mrs. niley died at the Home of a daughter In Memphis, yesterday. She was bora In Hardlri County, H-nn., and had made her home here wilh Mrs. Hhodes, but for the past 10 year* had lived In Memphis. She wns R member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include five daughters Mrs. Hugh chalk of Haytl. Mo., Mrs. Floyd Fullington and Mrs G. E. Helsler, both of St. Louis Mo.. Mrs. Rhodes, and Mrs. W A llolyfleld of Memphis; two sons, Otis Rlley of Memphis and Lavelle fliley of nipley, Tenn.; three sisters. Mrs. Ella Harrlman, Mrs Dora Demmlng and Mrs. .1. H. Howcll all or Memphis; two brothers J c Brvln of Whlt«vitle, Tenn., and H. E. Ervin of Ripley. Burin! u-as In the Number Nine Cemetery tender the direction of the Kolt Funeral Home. • • • Final Rites Conducted For Mrs. Wm. F. Williams Funeral sen-ices were conducted in the Swift Funeral Home chapel n Osceola yesterday afternoon for Mrs. Sally Emily William.?, wife of William E. Williams of Oweola and was buried In Ermen Cemetery. Mrs. Williams died Saturday In the Nichols Nursing Home where she lart been a patient for about a month. She was born In Kcmper County. Mississippi, and had resided In Osceola tor 2< years. The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. J. c. Dlckerlson pastor of Ihe Assembly of God Church in Luxora, assisted by the following pastors of Osceola churches: the Rev. L. R. still First Christian;'the Rev. L. T. Lawrence First Presbyterian; the Hev. H J Coiichman. First Methodist. Mrs. Wllllnnis Is survived by her husband, three sons, John Hendon Dj-e-ss; Byron Hendon. Osceola and Woodrow Hendon. Wyatt, Mo.; a daughter Mrs. Tom Jfowell, West Memphis; two brothers, Dan Talbert, Philadelphia, Miss.: 20 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Pallbearers were: Dai-id Pend- ergreas, J. D. Charles and Jack Hendon; J. E. Jacks and James Stewart. • • • Dies in Mississippi Fimernl services for Mrs. Rebec- en Jolnuoii, 79. widow of Foster Johnson nnd si.ster of J. R. Hlsaw of Osceola. were conducted at the Shady Drove Methodist Church ii Bonnevllle. Miss., this morning. Mrs. Johnson died yesterday In Booneville where she had lived most of her life. She k survived by two sons, a sister and three brothers. No Otnip, Kitltnj PEORIA, 111. (U.P.>—It was bad news for Peoria cats when Federal Judge J. Leroy Acliilr ruled that some 300 pounds of catnip seized here must be burned. The judge condemned the catnip because it did not meet federal quality stand- The,Friendly Yard h» Water Hcafers E. C. Robinson Lumber HOUSANDS OF INVISIBLE RNGERS M A Oil FILTER CARTRIDGE " COMB " WRT ENGINE OK TO ... OF OIL MAKS OIL LAST LONGER OF PARTS... KtSULTING IN ,. f w«i"«l eqoiprwnt . . , oil filter for Ford car and trud engine rbempatiy Minor 'Quake Rocks Utah's Capital City SALT LAKE CITY, March 7--W>i —An earthquake rocked the Salt Lafce City are* a .f«w minuteB before midnight list night, causine considerable excitement but little damage. A broken water main wa« Blamed on the tremor and one woman reported the chimney Hi her home was knocked down. The seismograph at University of Utah recorded a shock of two minutes duration beginning at -U:50:34 p. m., Mountain Standard rime. A second, minor shock was recorded at 11:54:12. Prof. C. Edwurd Jacob, liead of the University Geophysics Department, termed the shocks of ."minor intensity." Patrons at one downtown theater The Utah, Jumped to their Jeet and Mgan to rush out. There were a lew encited screams. The nudience was quieted, however, after calmer patrons leaped onto the stage and shouted for order. Missco 4-H Clubs Plan Cage Tourney A. C. Duclos, 4-H leader »t Promised Land, wns named chairman for planning the annual 4-H club basketball tournament of 4-H club leaders and officers at the office of County Agent Kellh Bllbrey Saturday. It was not definitely determined that the tournament would be held tills year, but It was Indicated that It would be held at the Armory in Blytheviile, if It were available. The date was tentatively set for the last three or four days of the week ending March 19. If the Armory Is obtained for the tournament a survey of 4-H clubs will be made to determine how many teams will participate before the exact date for the games are set. COMMISSION Continued from f*f» l Phries of Little Roc*. DUtrict No. *_01en Fullerton of Morrllton, Additional SUU Road* Needed H waa indicated that efforts may made soon to have additional highway, in Mississippi County designated as slat* roads. u - 8. Highway 61 now i« the main north-south artery of traffic »nd Blylheville, Luxora. Osceola, Wilson and Joiner are on this route The pavement was resurfaced within the past two years. Principal state roads In the county are State Highway 18, west from the Mississippi River at Barfield through Armorel. Blytheviile, Dell Manila and Leachvllle, and State Highway 40 west from Osceola to Lepanto. Eight other roads In the county have been taken over by the State Highway Department. These Include; 118, east from Joiner to Pecan Point; 119, east from U. S. 61 about midway between Wilson and Osceola; 181 from near Wilson to Kelser and north to connect with 151 north of Gcsnell; 14 west from 181 to Lepanto; 17, south from the Missouri line through Lcach- ville and Manila to Lepanto- 15] west and north from Blythevi'lle to Calumet; also east and south to connect with u. S. 61 south of Blythevillit; 131. north from Armorel to connect with 130 east of Yarbro. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI March 7-<;p)-Hofs 14,000; uneven'- b«rro»» ind rflfc strong to a* hirh- «r. than Frid.y, «v?rlge; ,S>te more; »ows »tead r to 25 lower; bulk good «nd choice l«o-2zo Ibs. ZI.2S- STJI J? p 21 .' 7S '"Wy freely for weignta up to 210 Ibs- 210 ??rt IK* 19.16-^l.JS; 210-325 Ibi f»oo.Mw' 140-170 lb» 19.15-2100- few 2125 ; 100-110 lt» 15.75-1S.007 sow, 400 to *™ n ".25-18.50; over 40fl]bs 16.2516.15; sUxs 12.00-14.50, Cattle 5 000; calves 1,000. opening trade rather slow with a few lots or good to low choice steers at WN25; about steady with last week's close; little done on butcher yearlings, although a few deals ap- ptared »bout steady; calmer and fiv» Arkansans O/« " In Traffic Accident* I By th« AMOcUtcd PI-CM : At least five persons were kl In traffic accident* in Arlcar over the weekend. William Rogers, 24, and Lu/ Jackson, 21. both of Texarkana » killed early Sunday when they * struck by an automobile near T ' arlcana. They were attempting ' push their own stalled car off ' Wghway when the accident ooc Seventeen-year-old Dale fin/ 1 of Hunbvtlla was killed in a h way accident near Kingston Saturday night. cutter cows along with some « 1 monjbee/ cows about steady. •] fiomwherelsit... fy J oe Marsh • Andy Has A "Two-Way Ticket" Handy With Hands MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) — Mrs. Howard Phillips worked in vain to fit a skirt to a cirrus waist but had no luck until her husband came along. He unstitched the skirt, matched It with the pattern and came »p with n. perfect new look. The husband's a die and tool maker. Red Fowler w»i pretty mid when h« found lit couldn't put up a »ing« on hit pl Kf orer on Elm Street without a buildinj permit. "!t'» my property," he wa« telling us, over a friendly glass of beer at Andy'j Garden Tavern. "I ought to he able to do whatever I pleise with it." "Hold on," lay, Andy. "That ptrmit protecti you. at much as your neighbors. Like my licenzt to «ell beer. It carries obligation! I have to live up to, but it also pro- feed mt from other tarern keeperi who might give thia business » bad name." Then Andy tell, him how through th. Brewers' Program oi fcelf-Regulation, th« Brewing In- I dustry cooperates in maintain!,-. [ clean, wholesome surroundings forJ the IB], of beer and ale. From wh,r. I .it, non , „, would want therfgKt to do ewctl, 1 "he pl.,«d without regard fo''1 the right, of other., one. the oth«, i] fellow started doing what e y, r A , I pleased without regard for DI . ARKANSAS DIVISION, UNITEO STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION' ., umi «oc«, MX. Sportsmans , ^ Deliqht.' TEE OFF IN THESE FINE QUALITY SLACKS FROM $10.95-$22.50 You'll like the smooth drape of these fine tailored slacks. Gabardines, Plaids and Flannels i n spring's newest shades . All sizes. Step Into Spring In a CORDUROY COAT From $18.95 They're Ihe sharpest on (he market in the new high colors of spring. Full drape models. Brown, Canary, Fray, Maroon and tan. 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