The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 11, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 11, 1949
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miDAY, MARCH 11, BI.VriIEVn.LE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE flVK GIVES FAST RELIEF wk«nCOL» MISIRIIS STRIX* Seal Sales Total $11,649 lor'49 Tuberculosis Board Sends Report to State Headquarters The final i'cpoi-1 for (lie 1348 Christmas Seal Sale, sponsored by Hie Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, show a total sales of $11,649.43, C. C. Danehowcr of Oscpola, county seal campaign chairman, said today. The collections include $000.13 from Negro contributors, and $11,043.30 was collected from solicitation of tlic white families in l>0 towns and communities in Mississippi County. Sales were higher in Blythcvlllc than in any other town. Sales here total $4.551.33. and Osccola's total was next with $2.158.91. Wilson's [sales were third highest with $455. ILeachvLlle showed tolal collections lot $386.11, Manila. $362.23. and Kei- 1 ser $358.28. Collections In Llixora I were $311.15. and in Dell $251.01 1 was solicited through the seal sales. |Dyess seal sales totaled $23323. Mr. Dunchower said that the seal I sales this year showed a 35 tier cent jinc'rcuse over the stiles in 1941, The I final report Is being mailed to the I State Board of Health today. At 1 recent workshop meeting for executive secretaries of Tuberculosis As- Isociations in Arkansas, Mississippi I County was ranked third in con- llributions for tuberculosis control Iwork. Pulask! and Jefferson coun- Ities were leading the report list I then. Coins Galore—But Not for Them * WE, THE WOMEN j — -•- . How Can Wife Help Hubby Get Ahead? Here's How Hy Hulh Mlllrll M:,\ stuff Writer John Alcorn, left, 12, and liis brother Roberl. 11. gasp in amazement at the S1SOO it: coins they found behind a North Philadelphia, Pa., supermarket.. However, the boys' pissy banks still RO bes- ging, for the money was led behind by burglars wlio broke into the store and escaped with $UUOO. \Charge Filed \ln Slaying of Dean of TCU CLEBURNE, Tex.. March 11. I—Sheriff Houston Walling said 1 had filed murdei 1 charges today [against Arthur Clayton Hester, 21, | veteran rocketeer and chemical"i Engineer at Work on Man-Carrying Rocket to Reach Altitude of 25 Miles CHICAGO, March 11. <l\'i Zoom! And straight up some 25 miles man will ride in a proposed rocket powered winged missile. The rocket, says n Chicago researcher, will reach it.s peak almost a t the limit of the earth's atmosphere. Then, he said, it will glide safely back to earth. It will be called the first "space" ship. The man-carrying rocket is being developed by Eugene A. Maynor. "How can n wife who Is ambitious or her husband help him fd head?" Thai's the problem a •|fe nsks me to discubs. Here Is how a uroup of Canndlnii \ccntlve.s recently answered a .sim- ur question. They said, In effect: ONE: I'nnirti for n wile not to tulk loo nnii-h about liei 1 luisbiuul's business nf- fairs, lie may lull her cvcryllilnn that noes on ut the office, discuss per.sonnlille.s with her, etc. Hut 11 she is smart she'll play dumb when those matters arc betiiK discussed by her husband's ussoclales or their home atmosphere of peace, wlih wivi ' s ' rlsure for study. TWO: Handle I '" lc noney efficiently. THRICE: Keep louse neatly. FOUIl: lie at least able to understand the vocabulary of your husband's work. 1-MVK: He tvell-gronineri. SIX: lie sine that ram- sot I «1 manners arc (linniflcil. SKVKN: lie thouBhtful In your ic- atlons to your husbund's Juniors. As it stands that is a pretty Kood list. You'll notice that emphasis Is placed on arranging evenings 5 o LITTLE HOCK, March 11—(/I — Dr. J. 1(. Grant, IUIIK lime Ark unsas educator, lias disclosed hi rctircmeiu plans a few days bo re his tiuth blnhdixy. Dr. Cirant. has been president ol nachlta CullCBe, Arkadclphlii, nee 1933. anil Is credited with (usinoss Men Credited With Big Red Cross Gifts Mi'fi. l-'loyd Harulson, executive •mTlnry of the Chh'krisiiwba t)ls- rlct chnplcr of the Amcrlciin Hi'd -!ioss, suld this morning that a {1110 contrtbullon from n woman n West Mississippi county was er- iiKMNisly listed In yesterday's Courier NWv.s as the largest ijidl- ual contrlluillon ever rciu'lvcd by (Ills chapter. \vlfc who follows nil these rules may not have u successful husband, nut If she doesn't It won't be because she held him back. Ouachita College Head Announces Retirtnent Plans llu the slaying of Dr. John \V. Lord, 170. dean of Texas Christian Unt- (versity graduate school. The 21-year-old suspect was ar- Irested in the case at El Paso at 3 I a.m. today. Lord was beaten to death. His I body was found yesterday In his leecluded home in the thickly-wood- led Post Oak community, five miles • southeast of Burleson, Tex., 12 miles |south of Fort Worth* Sheriff Walling said Lord was • Hester's guardian. Hester had been |missing lor two clays, he added. The dean's car,- which had beep {missing, was located on Highway 80 ar Big Spring, Tex. Sheriff Wall- said Big Spring officers notified |him that the clutch on the auto- |bllfi had been burned out. The sheriff said he believes the Idcan of the graduate school and Ihead of the social science depart- Iment at TCU, Fort Worth, had been •slain Tuesday afternoon on Tues- Iday night. The El Paso suspect was wearing la sailor's uniform when he was ar- Ircsteri in the Army YMCA there. WE'VE GOT 'EMI They're terrific! * Come see the new, improved Bendix Washers! Three brand new models, amazing low prices ! * SEE the world's most completely automatic washer. // can ereii put in its ott'ti Sdiip! l! il or in' I hitte it lie fasteiid/ down! BcnJix washers now as low as S199-95! Ask about trade-ins and easy payment terms. that the husband hus time for studying, rulher than on leading n busy social life so thai he i s sure to meet "the right people." Handling money efficiently will call for a great, deal of wisdom on (he wife's part, for U menus much more than just being econoiuu-al In small ways, pinching pr-niiles tmiy or may not help a man to gel ahead. Rut spending money where it will benefit tile family most certainly will. Don'i tliiuYrrsfiinntc Suciiil Manners In studying (lie list, don'l dismiss liclitly the warning that your soda! manners should be disnilii'd. Not every woman can impress Ihc world with her exceptional brains, pjrcat beauty, or unforgettable charm. Dut every woman, regardless of her looks, her background or educational advantages can meet the world with quid dignity. It may come as a surprise to .some uomi'n to sec (hat stress is placed on being considerate of the husband's juniors, rather than on mak- Crime Goes to Court M UMI'IIIS, Tcnn. — M') — Judge William J. Uncoil thought he had disposed of all his criminal cases for the cluy. nut when he returned lo his office from the courtroom ho found he was wrong. Homebody hud slolcn Ills overcoat. Mrs. Hi alsou slnlect Unit, two conliibutlo s of $300 each were received fro i Mnnllji business men in Ihe san ' year. The $100 contribution, ho ever, Is the luruesi individual contribution from an unemployed person, she. sMd. fiend Cornier News Want Ads. down lo a In ruling at a speed 4G mijes an hour. The ints-siJc will be built of stainless .steel, he -said. The tnnin body will be A tdbe iibout 30 feet loni; ;mci three feet in dmmeler, devote:! niHinly {o tnnk.s for O.OCQ pounds ot nitric acid and fnrfuryl alcohol, the IUL ] fur the miH. It will huve ft v.-iim span of 24 feet, A pilots com- j i' nK " a " n VrforV'to'^H on'holtor 'fool- mechanical engineer. Plans for development and launching of the winged rocket were disclosed by Maynor to a war veterans group last night. He said his rockc; ship should reach a speed of 1.4CO miles an hour on its upv.-ard flight, under impetus of 80 seconds of power. It should continue upward for another SO seconds at 105 mph, indicating a possible maximum altitude of be- veen 30 and 36 miles. After the fuel is exhausted and Us peed slower, Maynor said, the ocket, will become a fully control- able glider. The pilot could discr.- agc the rocket motors and glide r a«*^^%^. Washe^ l/ree demonstrations daily at HUBBARD &HOKE APPLIANCE CO. partment and storage space tor the .scientific instruments will be in the nose of the tube. Pro.spnt plans, hold the veteran.; :roup. call for a series of ••shooi.s" from ti barge in Lake Michigan. Mnynor, who ha.s expci imputed with rockets for more than 20 years, \vas pn^a^r-d in rocket experiments with the Navy and Army ordnanc" officials in World War 2. He scrve'l a.s an artillery captain in World War I, Later he retimed to Alabama Polytechnic Institute and received his engineering decree. ln^ with iibove him. Such \vo- m™ luivc Ihe mlslakcti notion Unit the \vuy to liclp tlicir husbands to pUiy ll|J to (lie boss unil tlic boss wife, niid never mind about tlic "1:11- iniijoi-tiint" people the luisbaml hn ;iLieady outdisianeccl. Oftei) Hi lui^liatul must depend on tlic ivorl of these jntiioi's for the success o liis o\vn Job. One point not Included In th list but which Is also Impoi tanl I Timber wolves usually hunt iti pairs or in family groups. Coyotes packs. usually hunt In large NVmUecl: TRBK TRIMMER Call 510 or 2()(i(i, or Mr. Deetrich at l()(i Sec So ! 1st SI., at Ingnini linildin^ bly linn ol the colk'Be's increns- 1 enroUnu lit. new aimlruclluii id one debt c'ltiiorlliillnn. He ulsu hiis been |>resldcnt ot i-kiinsuri Tech. HM.ssellvllle. a icmuei' ol the fucuUles of tlic nlver.slly ol Arkiinsiis iind Aik- n.sns State Teiichers CollcBe, iinii inembei' at the Kliilf of the Ai'k- tiMis UcpiiitineiH of liducutlon. Hi,s rosiKiiiitioti us Ouchitn Tre.s- tenl \\~us iieccptcd hy Uie college 1 . 1 (rectors here yesterday. He nsked o be relieved Cmnincnveinent Uay. lay ail, but nsriTd to coillliuic nil] n new pieslch-ul Is cliosen. lc will be "president emeritus." n itle centered on him by llic dlr- •ctors yesterdny. Or. Grant's first leaebhiR Job vns in his native county of Pope vlillc he was still u tecn-ni!c slu- lent. Hi> was horn at Dover. Ark March !«. 1B80. Handle Your Health With Care When Sidiiioss Kli'iUi's, See Your DiH'lor - - And llcmcnihor Rothrock's For Prescriptions Phone 4451 AUCTION SALE Central Auto & Home Supply 419 West Main BlythevilU 2:30 & 7:30 P.M. FRIDAY 2:30 & 7:30 P.M. SATURDAY BOTH STOCK & FIXTURES WILL BE SOLD Sale Will Be Conducted by Doc Dean • Don't Miss This Sale • There nrc from ii n wolfs liUcr. five to 13 culxs Mothers, it's Easter shoe buying time! Get the children Buster Browns during the BUSTER BROV/n EASTER PARAP! How to be a proucJ parent on Easter Day . buy tlie youngsters wonderful Buster Eirou'n Shoes toilay. during Buster Brown's nation-wide liastcr Parade' We've stocked a splendid selection of beautiful patterns, all made with the good looks antl good quality that are traditional with Buster Brown. 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Studs—2"x4" on 24" Centers. Side Walls—105 Wood Siding. • Sheetrock or Celotex Back of Siding. Floor—Diagonal Sub-Floor. Floor Joists—2"x8" on 24" Centers. Si|| s _4"x8"—3 Runs. Windows—Six—Double Hung< Doors—Two Outside. Dry Lumber Throughout. Stop Paying Rent-Own Your Own Home! FREE BLUEPRINTS SKILLED LABOR NOT NECESSARY ALL SECTIONS MARKED CHILDISHLY EASY TO ERECT A SECTIONALIZED HOME SHIPPED ANYWHERE IN U.S.A. Act Now—Write or Phone Mid-South Surplus Building Co. 108 N. Kiflh ' I'hone 4905 1'. O. Hox 123, IJI.vthcville, Avk.

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