The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 21, 1936
Page 3
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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 193G Lisls Property Here to Determine Cost of Furnishing Service A crew of telephone engineers of the Southwestern liell Telephone company was In Blythevllle o" Monday, Tuesday, ami Wednesday, counting telephone poles, cross-arms, cables anil wires. Another crew wns making nn Inventory of telephone instruments both In residences ana in business offices. Tills wps Iji connection with the state-wide inventory of nil telephone property, recently ordered by the department of public utilities. ' Engineers list Kerns of telephone 'plant' as they walk down streets and alleys. The height mid circumference of poles, the size cf wires and cables, the attachments on jwles, the braces, anchors and terminal boxes all 'ire indicated. About ten per cent of the tolal telephones in an exchange such as lilylhevllle are usually counted for nn Inventory of this kind, M II. Lsdd, district manager of the telephone company said. An Inside check of equipment Includes (he t* ephone, the bell box. all Inside telephone wiring, and the IMtt- ni«£ arrester. After counts have been made and verified, the matter of pvl-es an<r-costs Is gone into. Such a complete record of all ceiulnmenl Is the first step in determining u,c e3st of fmills]lino telephone service, Latin explained 0 Army's New Flying University (ARK.) COURIEU NEWS Non-fiction—North lo the Orient, Llmluoifh: cnmern Trulls In A Men. Johnson; j uke the Dt'- picsslon. Ashley; Tin- Ufo of noloront'i'-'riie Modern Orainn, U'wisilion; Groat Works of AN, Kiicksuilli Wlmt Is Clood Music,Henderson; FHIUOILS A merlon n s-ojnpyst'rs, Hushes. i AGONY GONE; 'lia I'rivalc Kor- Osceolahs Gather Exhibits for Centennial Museum ' OSCEOLA. Ark.-Plans for (he iniiscuni which Is to be an Interesting feature of the Osceola Centennial week are going forward and exhibits are being collected by Mrs. A. P. Uarham and her committee. The committee Is iiskmo. that any residents jxresess- ing historical Items in connection with the early days of Osceola Mississippi county or northeast Arkansas communicate with them The exhibit Is lo be arranged in the Progressive club room which <s conveniently located tor all visitors and tourists. Mrs. Natalie Kiny, librarian find Mrs. R. H. Jones, president.' of the club, are to serve as hostesses throughout the week. Mrs. George Abrey and Mrs. John Edrington are assisting Mrs. Barham. Dullt 1mm Die ground up especially for use In tlio advanced Irani- Ing cf pilots, ihlrty of -Ihrse blunt, solitMookli^ all niclal Eevor- Eky planes have been adopted by the Untied Slates Ann/ Air Corps for posl-gi-atluatc Imtrucllon lo (H its aviators for dying the speedy buttle planes. The Hying classroom has a top speed-of 110 miles no hour, . , ; - Osoeola Library /"'• ^ i» aern VJ-'LVCll JNCW HOOKS! Am »»B Hie _ ' library are: '' elu ••'" the 1>i '°ii |e -« 1 ™ <••!">> n Friday afternoon. new books at l»rg«t redid I, ntUuiion, foi quick relief irc-m PHJ-: MONEY BACK Qu.r. •ntt* w, us &* /m PAIN ENDED QUICKLY , A..IUII.Jc. Mirl onlr >i> T110KKYON& MINOK ,'.ll,,,u. . mtul *ndi tli* / ud liilUmii-.i\loi>. , L!«Jlr^ xidllchln 11!,.. i A«k tor THORNTON Robinson Drug Co. OSCEOLA, Ark.-The Osceola public library has received n nuin- of new books from Die Pro- j grcsslve club, irom inc::vliluals, and from the Rev. mid Mrs. Marsh Callawny. who recently moved to Houston, Tex. The rolumcs Include Juvenile bcoks. fiction, biography, arid, works on religion, social science, fine nrls, (rave) and oilier suti- lecls. The library, established only n few weeks ago, now has upijrox- inmtely 800 books on lit slu-lvcs and 150 patrons u s ted In Us files A benefit bridge party for the purchase of new books will be Mellon— The ''''"' Puritan. 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