The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1946 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1940 Arkansas Airline To Operate Soon SCAT Prepares To Inaugurate Service Over State Routes FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., June I 9 — South Central Air Transport conversion shops today turned out the first airplane to be used on Arkansas' new feeder airline. SCAT will life the plane to work on tile state wide network recently authorized the Fayctteville firm by the Arkansas Public Service Commission, President Raymond J. Ellis said. Until such time as its sister ships are ready to fly, the twin- engine, low wins Cessna transport »'ill lie used for company business and to check landing fields along the -feeder routes, said Ellis. The manufacturer's figures on fuel consumption, tnke-off, and landing distance will be compared wilh those obtained on actual test hops by SCAT pilots. The performance of th B plane at the maximum operational weight will ascertain exactly the size and type of field which' can be used safely. According to F. A. TrcadWiJl. superintendent of shops, SCAT has made every effort to convert Us equipment to civilian use as fast as possible. Since the Public Service commission Chairman Charles Wine issuen stnte approval of the new operation last spriiig, the modification ""d conversion hangars have ticen swamped. 6*oH personnel cxi»ct that the experience gained converting the first plane will out the time on succeeding aircraft 30 to 40 percent. The number 2 plane will be ready within the next two or three weeks and passenger operations, President Ellis predicted, ivlH begin at that time. Admiral King Becomes Shriner 111 Fleet Adm. Ernest J. King, right, of I.oratn, Ohio, is nlcliim! with 'lllif;in T. Wood, Potentiate of Al Koran Temple In Cleveland, Ohio, here the wartime commander of the IT. S. fleet became a ineinbci f the Ancient Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. His Induction ilo Al Koran Temple, with fiUfl other candidates, followed :i parade ot omc 10,000 sally uniformed Shrlneis from Cleveland and other clUCf o celebrate Al Koran's 7th aiinivcrs.'.ry. (N10A Telephoto.) Fantastic Device Seen As Speedy Way to Shoot Mail Across Continent FORT MILES, Del., June 18. <UP> —Possible use of the navy's 1.30C mile-aii-honr ram jet to shoot, mail across the continent in two nunr." was foreseen here today following t-lic first public demonstrations or the engine. The fantastic device soon wll be equipped with wings and tiii assembly and flown as » remotely-controlled pilotless aircraft. I Uien can be developed Into a •mill tars- n'r weapon able to delive explosives over great distance*. Dr. w. H. Goss, in charge '1 | propulsion developments at Johns Hopkins University's applied Cycles laboratory, acknowledged that tit some remote date-such a pilot- less plane might have pcacetima use as a mail carrier. John Hopkins led In development of the ramjet under navy contract. At a test range made here, the engine was launched with rockets and v;lthin one second attained a velocity of 1,900 feet a second. Under its own power, it then reached About 2,200 feet a second—1,500 miles an hour or twice the speed of fsoimtj, v • /. ,, War II Veterans Hold VFW (Hike Marshall Blackard, Blytheville, Named District Commander LITTLE HOCK, Ark., June 10. UP)—The Arkansas department. Veterans of ForelBii Wars today had i flock of new officers with war Hid Its nccoinpmiyliiB horrors fresh >i) their minds. They are nil, with :he exception of one district commander, veterans of World Wnr II. The state VFW commander elected late yesterday is Bob Ed Loftin of Fort Smith. He was named to .succeed John M. Slmcklelord of Ei Dorado, n veteran of World War I Other officers named were Mod- lock Hnruln of El Dorado, Kcnipi vlcc-comnvnndcr; Don HI Wllcox of Harrison, junior vice-commander; R. B. Cash Jr., of Little Hock, quartermaster: Dr. Wyllc R. Turner Jr., of PlKROtl. surgeon; H. L. Seay of Fayettevlllc .advocate; and H P Alilwtt of Little Rock, chaplain. District comanders named were II. M. Warner of Flippin: Harold Jinks of Piggott; Marshall Blackard End of Soviet Appeasement Policy Urged WASHINGTON, June 19 <UP)A report submitted to the lions: Foreign Affairs committee yesterday urged " immediate abandonment of any semblance of Appeasement" in American relations wltn Russia. The report was prepared by a four-member foreign affairs suu- or Blythcvillc; S. 8. Barlow, n World War I veteran, of Conway; N. O. Parker o[ Hope and John M. Shnck- leford Jr., of El Dorado. In nn curly session yesterday, tho VPW convention passed a resolution calling for an investiKalion nf n proposed, initialed act which would consolidate school districts, in. llic stale. ' : ' ';. committee following extensive travels through European and near Eastern countries last year. It dealt with postwar military, social and political conditions in almost' every country In the areas involved. The report, now awaiting full committee action, also recommencd a meeting "as early as possible" between President Truman ana Premier Stalin. Authoritative Information Indicates such a meeting is most unlikely, unless Stalin should come to this country. Stalin has declined I Invitations to do so.) I The house subcommittee said Mr. Truman and Stalin should meet .o determine what policies and problems Of each country seem to holu. Russia and America apart ana what policies and purposes can be implemented which will tend It- bring Russia and the United State; together." SKIN SUCCESS SOAP and OINTMENT Powhatan Workman Hurt While Cutting Trees JONESBORO, Ark., June 19. (UP) —Isaac Do*, 35, Powhatan, was In a critical condition in a Jonesboro hospital today, following injuries received yesterday when n tree fell on him. He suffered a fractured sku". and other Injuries whll e working with a construction firm cutting a right-of-way for 'an IlEA line near Powhatan. Courier Bewi Wun AM FIREWORKS Crispy Cold Fruits Vegetables Watermelons PADTPDC C"*cry UHn I did Market 62G North 6lh Street Open 7 Days a Week We Are Proud To Announce That Mrs. Thelmo Porks has Joined oar lUff and will welcome you lit CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP First National Bank BMf. Phone 2592 JO HOP YOU BEAT THE HEAT SUnginRhcatrnshfindothprniinor skin irritations itch even more, when the thermometer hits new Juglis day and night. It is tlicn you will enjoy this happy choice which has helped^ millions ease these heat miseries, Sprinkle -Mcxsana on such heat irritated sktn. This soothing medicated powder quickly cools tho burning soreness/Also it's ideal for relieving sling of baby's diajicr rnsh. leases itch of healing sunburn, mosquito bites. A 40 year family favorite. Costs little, with even greater savings in larger sizes. Get .MEXSANA SOOTHING MEDICATED POWDtR AUCTION 63 Head Carcfull Selected Registered Jersey Heifers Consigned by the leading breeders in West Tenn. All ages arc represented, about !/ 2 of them bred the other J/i open. Blood lines represented arc from such outstanding Superior, or Medal Sires as: Signal Estella Volunteer, Astor's Design, Design Kose- boy Observer, Dreaming Sam's Successor, Afterglow's Observer, and Design's Observing Peer. Many of the heifers arc line bred to Signal Eslella Volunteer, the Bane formula that produced Welcome Volunteer, the breeds highest tested Sire. Sale to Be Held Saturday, June 29 SHELBY COUNTY PENAL FARM Memphis, Tenn. For f«Hhrr information or catalog* write Laurence B. Gardiner l*>3 Ondrn Aft., Memphis, Tenn ^* Tenn-. Jersey; fercedort: ALMOST EVERYTHING'S HARD TO GET men's clothes, as yon well know, are no exception. \Ve don't have all tho Hart Scliiiflncr & Marx tropical worsteds we'd like. Hut more arc on the way. And while our selection is not so 'urge as we'd like, this is for sure . . . these good looking Ircczc-iccighl, wrinkle-proof &m\s arc still lops for style, quality and everything that makes a summer suit worlh wearing. DRY SCALP •'?u>MO RCLICVBx TrcHlNQ COOKED A FINE DINNER;!] THEN THREW IT TO! One lady recently stilted that sTie.l used to throw her own dinner to.» the dog most of the time. It madejj her sick just to look at anything lol eat. She was swollen with gas, fulffi of.bloat, had headaches, felt worm out and was badly constipated^ Finally she got INNER-AID ; says she now eats everything in sight and digests it pcrfectly.H Bowels are regular and normal.fi Slic Is enjoying life once more aiulj feels like "some other woman "ji since taking this New Compound'• INNER-AID contains 12 Ciie.il>., Herbs; they cleanse bowels, deal"" gas from stomach, act on sluggish«I liver and kidneys. Miserable peo-fjf pic soon feel dilTerent all over, don't go on suffering! Get 1NN&R-4 HOW'S YOUR RADIO We Give 1 to 2 Days Service, on any Make. We'll Make It .Work! Fred Caliban Phone 2642 We Call For and Deliver Authorized Motorola Kailiu Sales anil Service 10(J South First Si. CHICK THEATRI i.'-. 'Where Happiness Cosff So Little" Week Days: Slarts at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday & Thursday DOUBLE FEATURE "LOST ANGEL" with Jumcs Craig and Margaret O'Brien 'ONCE UPON A TlME"v with Cary Grant and Janet Blair, Also Short ' '•: RITZ THEATRE \ Manila, Ark: Box office opens at 7:00; Picture | starts at 7:15. If It's for a Man , .. MEADS .,.., Will Have It! THE KSTAUUSI1MRNT THAT J'llOVlDKS ALL VOUll Al'l'AKKL NEEDS FOR llUSINESS-TU.VYKI.-lir.CHKATION-ADVr.NTURE Wednesday & Thursday 'Black Market Babies" aramaunl News and Selected Short I I THEATRE LUXORA Or- THE COMMUNITY Open 7; Starts 1:30 p.m. jiK CONDITIONED Wednesday & Thursday 'Royal Scandal' with Tallulah Bankhnatl, Charles Cob urn and Anne Baxter Ncivs of the Day Also Shorts New Theater Manila's Finest *' Bhows EVERY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday Box Opens Week I>ays 1:00 p.m. Sit.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing "Comfortably Cool" Wednesday & Thursday UNIVERSAL PICTURE— 'Scarlet Street' Win Edward G. Robinson ami Joan Bennett

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