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• >AOE EIGHT BT/YTHEVIUJE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, 'APRIL 20,1949 Dell Kiwanians To Get Charter "Colony" Becomes Full-Fledged Club; ; Officers Confirmed The Dell Khvnnls Club was given formal status last night at nn organizational meeting I" 'he Dell High School cafelerln and men elected to head the club wore confirmed as permanent officers. A; E. Cakhvell wns confirmed as president; John M. Stevens. Jr.. as vice president: and O. A. Hininl- cutt as secrclnry-ticasiiror. The group, which hnri been meeting as ft "colony," was formalized last night and sivrn Mains as an active Kiwants Club. Tlic formal presentation ot a charier Is scheduled for June- 3 and will be made by District Klwanis Governor I5on Dubalt ol SI. Louis. Members of the board of directors elected last night include M. R. Griffin, Charles P. Kernel!, Onr- fleld Lewis. E. H. Pruitt. Ertfjnr Stacy, Gerald Edwards and U. S. Blankenship. Representing Kiwnnls Tiitcrnn- tional at the mcctim: wns Jlni Edmondson of Hrownwond. Texas, n Kiwanis field represent alive. The chlta will meet at 7:30 every Tuesday night in Ihe school cafeteria It has 36 members. As one of Us (ivst piojects. the Dell club will sponsor Elwyn Calil- well at the American Legion's annual Boys State at Camp Roblnsoi next month. The club also plans to sponsor a Boy Scant troop. Eight members of the Tilythevilli Klwanis Club, which sponsored or ganlratlon of the Dell group, attended the organisational meclinc lust night. The were O. K. Knudsen. 'president: W. B. Nicholson, Hob -Barnes, Graham Siirtbury. Ross Stevens, J. Cecil Lowe. Kd Johnson and Fred Callilian. Tnll Johnson of Joiner also was a guest. Obituaries Re-burial Rites Held For Missouri Soldier STEELE, Mo., April 20.—Funeral services were held at the German Chapel Sunday afternoon for Pfc. Ah-ln c. Sanderson who was killed In action In Dole. Germany May 14. 1045. The services were conducted by II. P. Sharp, pa.slor of the Steele ihurcti of Christ and Interment wns made In the Ml. '/Aon Cemc- ery. Steole Memorial post No. 7889 vei'e in charge ot (he graveside ervice assisted by the burial squad >r chaffee. Pfc. Sanderson left Slecle with he National Guard In Company \, and was overseas only a short virile when he was klllrd. Surviving are his parents Mi 1 , and .Jrs. R. Y. Sanderson of Maiden, \io., one brother and three sisters, also his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Stewart o( Stecle. G. O. Johnson Dies In Wicklifte, Kentucky Fmirral services for G. O. Johnson of WickllCfe. Ky., brother-in- law of K. B. 'I'lioiniis of lilylhevllle. were to be conducted at Vv'ickltffe nl '2 p.m. loday. Mr. Johnson. 73. died suddenly yesterdat afternoon, utter having .suffered a heart attack, Mr. and Mrs. Tliomnx left yrstcr- ...i.v for Wlckliffr to atlenri the ser- vh-e. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson had vls- ileri i" Blytlicville often HS tlie guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomns. • • • Mrs. Evie Quails, 81, Dies at Son's Home Reds Launch World Peace Congress PARIS, April 20-<«>)—A Com- inunlst-sponsorcd world peace conference opened here today with a plea for the formation o( peace commuters throughout the world to carry out Ihe congress' plans. The French Communist atomic scientist Fredric Jollt-Curle. told the 1,800 delegations from 52 nations: "We will show Ihe warmongers that they have to reckon with us We figlit this light with Hie certainty of victory." Jollot-Curie said an atomic war would lie "terrible even for Its nlllntors" hut that Ihe atom bomb or other atomic weapons would not >e the derisive favor in the light- ng. He Is the head of France's Atomic Energy commission. Unlike a world peace congress held In New York last month, this one opened with no snII-Communlst pickets outside Ihe meeting place and no evidence of any special police precautions. The anti-Communist press gave the meeting scant attention. Sessions are being held In the Salle Plcycl, > big concert hnll. .Miet-Cnrie's appeal lor worldwide organization (o fulfill the congress' aims falls In line with advance announcements that the meeting would found a "rally of peace partisans," as a prrmanent orgniiuillon to terminate a war If one should start. FmieiM .services Quails ,B'2. wife of Mrs. Evie late J. D • CJii.ills. will conducted at the Theater Ceiling Falls HOUMA, La.. Aplil lO—Ufi — Thirty-nine persons wore hurl when a movie theater plaster ceilins fell "last night. The most seriously in.iuicd was Mrs. Amos Lnpeyronse. wile <if one of. the theater owners, who received a compound frneluvc of the leg. Thomas Palne's famous pamphlet, "Common Sense," was published Jan. 10. 1716. New Leash on Li f e Coljb Chapel at 2 p.m. tomorrow by the Rev. P. H. Jernlean, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church. Mrs. Quails died this morning at the home of a son, Arthur Quails, al. Wilson. She wa.s born In Weil'. MUs., hm had lived In this county since !!>'!). Since her husband died last Jr.niiiiry .she had made her home with hei children. She is survived by four .sons. Rube Quails 'if Qsccxila. UltllCf Quails o! Ulythcville. Arthur at Wilson and Upton Qunlls at Kennett. Mo; a daughter. Mrs. Tom Vamncler rtf Wilson, and a sister, Mis. Neltj* Wilson ol Monticello Biuial will be in Memorial Park. Italian Trains Crash ROME. April 20-<,Ti— Two Rome suburban trains crashed early today near Ciamplno Airport, injuring about 30 passengers serujiisly and another 150 to '200 llghiOy. AVlne Trmprrnturr.s According to connoisseurs, the lie fur serving red and white wities at banquets is that red wlne.s always shmild be served nt room temperature while white wiucs, especially champagnes, should be. chilled] VA Committees To Handle Vets Debt Adjustments The appointment of a committee on waivers to determine settlements of veteran*' debts arising Trom defaulted dl loan.s wns announced In Little Rock this week by Jame.s A. Winn, regionaPmannger of the Veternns Administration. Winn -said the committee will decide, In each L-H.SC. whether the amount paid by Ihe VA In settlement of defaulted loans Is to be wnlved, collected, or otherwise adjusted. Under the GI bill, Wlnn explained, when the VA has to make good on its guaranty o( a eteran's loan, the amount paid by the VA constitutes a debt nwed by the veteran to the government. In certain ca.se.<;, however, the VA has authority to waive or compromise all or part of the Indebtedness. Such cases, accoidinR to the VA, are those in which the veteran Is found to be without fault, where recovery would be inequitable, and where enforced payment would cause undue haidship to the veteran or his family. Similiu- committees are being set up hi each regional office of the Veternns Administration, to consider walvei.s on defaulted loan obligations amounting to $2,500 or less. ObHgntions of more than $2,500, as well as appeal. 1 ? from decisions of the regional committees, will be handled by Ihe central office of the VA, In' Washington. WATER RATE Continued from Page 1 they have been paying under the present rate, provided, they use more, than 2,000 gallons per month. Thow using 2,000 gallons or lew ncr month will continue to pay the. minimum charge of $1-25. For consumption over 2,000 sal- lout and up to 90,000 txllcms per munlh, liie new rate in set at 35 cent* per 1,004) gallon* where it ha» heen 3<t centn per 1,000 gallons. In Die step from 50.000 to 100,000 gallons per month the new rate, if approved by the state's Public Service Commission in Little Rock, will l)° increased from 20 to 30 cent-' per 1.000 gallons. 'l"he bulk of the lnerea.se in under the susKested rate.s will be paid by the larger consumers with the lowest rate for the Industrial users increased from 10 to 13 cenls per 1.000 gallons and several new brac- kel* included In the rate structure for those using more than 100.000 gallons of water per month. InKurance Rates Reduced Included In the proposed expansion piofnam is the extension of a 12-inch main from A.ih to Main on Broadway. The -south end *>f thl.s 12-inch main also will be extended to tie with a 10-inch line running ue.st from the elevated tank on South Railroad Street. Mr. Kapp also pointed out thai tmpiovemenls made by the company in the past two years aided in obtaining reclasslficatlon of Blytheville from a Cla-y Seven to a Cla.s^ Six lire insurance rating. ThLs change Is expected to save Blythe- vllle residents about (23,000 annually, he said. The insurance reductions will become available In tlie newer areas of the city when service Ls extended to them under the extension program, he said. Robert K. Johnston, of Oklahoma City. Okla., owner of Blytheville Water Co., wa.s present at last nig!U> council se.ssion. Strike's Out President Truman received the first strike of this new Truman Presidential Medal, which went on public sate at the Philadelphia Mint. A profile of Ihe President appears on one side, top, with a recent south view of the White House and the presidential coat of arms on the other, bottom. lubinoff Greeted On Arrival for Concerts Here Davo Hublnoff, violinist, arrived tlw Bls'tliPvillc municipal air- K>il Htxn.l 9 HIM. tills morning, and was srcrlcrt l)y a band of city official* ?.nd members of Hie Junior Jliamber of Commerce, and whisked off to a lull dny of performances here. The feature performance was chFfl'ilrrl for 8:1ft tonight, when he wa.s 'o he piT.sentc-d by tlie Jaycees In an hour and a half concert with lu. [ . fan.ous Htradivarlus. He presented irce a.s.seinblie.s for school sl.idenLs at Illythcvillc High School Centra! and Junior High. Burdettc and Ariuciel this morning. At noon he was tlic guest of the Blyiheviilc Kiwauis Cltil). and pre- scMiU'd a matinee performance 2:30. Wncn he and his wife and ac- cojnp^nust jiiTJveii this morning, they were mc.1 at the airport, and escorted to Filth and Main, where tin protie.ssioM \va.s joined by the Ely thevillf Hi|:h School Band, which led the visiting virtuoso to his firs performance at Ihe school. Time-Saver Dies ELIZABETHTOWN. Pa., April 20 —//P>—Robert Garland. 8!i, who gained widespread recognition as the "father of daylight saving time," died here yesterday. New way to save money, time, work! Newest Bendlx Is the only washer that can SOAP, SOAK, WASH, RINSE AND DAMP-DRY.^ AUTOMATICALLY I Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., April 19. If't— (USDA)— Hogs 8.0001 market steady to '25 higher than Tuesday's average; advance on sows and some of weights under 230 Ibs.: bulk Rood and choice 1BO-240 Ibs. 18.2.V-50; lop 18.50-300 Ibs. 17.2518.00; uo-no ibs. i6.75-i8.no: ion- 130 Ib. pigs 13.00-16.00; mostly 14.00 up; good sows 400 Ibs. down 15.25- IS.'Jft: over 400 Ibs. 13.25-14.75; stags 11.00-13.50. Cattle 2,300; calves 800; opening trade slow on steers with few medium and nood kinds about steady with Tuesday at 22.40-24.00; hellers and mixed yearlings opening steady; Stood lightweights around 23.50-24.7S; common and medium 20.00-22.50; beef cows steady; canners and cutters under pressure: good beef cows 19.50-21.00; common and medium beef cows n.50-19.00; little done on canners and cutters. ATTENTION Soybean Growers! 1<M!I Soybean Support Price 90'.; I'ltrily. Produce more soybeans per acre by planlhiR Dorlchsoj No. 2, highest ytclder in 1948 jicld contest. Seed For S;iic By BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORPORATION 1800 West Alain I'honc 85(1-857 Read courier News Want Ads Play safe! Look at the record.' first and finest of the automatic washers, the Bendix is backed by 11 years of trouble-free service. More than 1,300,000 owners. .a Wash FREE DEMONSTRATIONS DAILY! Come fo HUBBARD & HOKE Appliance Company ., Conforming with a new Illinois •law prohibiting cats running loose, 5-year-old Sharon W;ilkcr T „ o/ Chicago, has "Fuss" on a y/leash- Looking on is Dr. W. A. '.'Young, Anti - Cruelly Society • head, who says the measure is unworkable. Cat owners now have to pay $] to bail out pels /.found running loo.^e by police. HOMEMAkERS ATTENTION.' REAL VALUE FOR YOUR DOLLAR ! 1 REPAIR i 1 and i-Huy Service on Atij J Make or Model ! \ Reliable Wo/kmonship { i Phone 2642 i i We Call Km and Deliver > i Fred Callitian i Eleclrical Appliance Co. 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Connecting rod bearings arc removable. Oil screen is of the floating, not fixed, type; a rotor oil pump replaces the old gc;ir design. A water distrihuting tube increases engine efficiency. Valve seat inserts substantially prolong engine life, increase gas economy, and reduce frequency of valve-grinding jobs. Vast improvements have been made in piston design; top piston rings are now chrome-plated, insuring better compression, longer cylinder wall life. Famed Amola steel replaces alloy steels in springs and axle shafts. Hypoid rear axles replace the spiral bevel type, and rear axle shafts are sliot- peencd. There are 7 frame crossmcmbcrs (including a channel-type bumper) instead of <i. Added features include voltage-control regulators, stepped hydraulic brake cylinders, and J15- instead of 20- ampere capacity generators. VALUE features in the new "Pilot-House" cabs . . . not present in '20 models .. . include 7-step seat adjustment on famed "Air-0-Ride" seats; slanted "V"-type windshield; safety glass; 4-point rubber, instead of rigid mounting; 57'/i." seat width as against <15'/1"; outside gas lank filler, instead of under seat, and many more. So ... if you're using worn-out or "high-mileage" equipment, slop and think! Consider your present costly maintenance expense, in the light of the savings you would make with modern, advance-design Dodge "Job- Rntcd" trucks. Remember, Dodge "Jnb-Ilnlcd" trucks... in every weight class . . . are priced with the lowest. Take advantage of current low prices, and switch to Dodge "Job-Rated" trucks . . . now! Come in! We'll show you a truck "Job-Ratal" to fit your job ... save you money ... last longer! MOTOR CO. Phone 4422