The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1949 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 2, 1949
Page 15
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THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIFTEEN Tornadic Winds Hit Many Areas 11 Persons Hurt in Northwest Missouri, Northeast Kansas TARKIO, Mo., June 2. (ft— Tor- nidic winds lished rur«l areas in JtorthWttt Missouri and Northeast flnsu last night, injuring at least 11 penotu. A twister destroyed and damaged firm buildings about five miles southeast of Tarkio, Mast of the injured were from that area. Nine pcrxoru were taken to a Shenin- doah, la., hospital and two were hospitalized at Maryville, Mo. Shcnndoah hospital atlendnts *aid several of the injured were In serious condition. The Missouri Highway Patrol reported debris left by the wind and heavy rain blocked at least one route. Farm buildings five miles southeast of Tarkio, Mo., were badly damaged. All (he persons injured w«re from the area. They were taken to hospitals at shenandoah, la,, and Maryvitle, Mo. The highway patrol sent troopers Into the area. Telephone and power facilities were interrupted. A tornado also caused property damaie near St. Benedict In northeast Kansas. Farm buildings were damaged but there were no reports of casualties. Luxoro New » Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Bradley are visiting relatives in Clinton. Ark. From there. Mr. Bradley will go to Orange, Texas, for two weeks naval reserve training. Mrs. Bradley will visit, her parents, Mr. and Mis. C. C. Garner, of Harrison, during this period. Mrs, Ancel Montgomery and son, Travis .have joined Mr Montgomery at their new home in Pascagoula. Mis.'.. Terry Bertt, a recent graduate of Luxora Hiph School, lias joined his parents at their home in Flint. Mich. Mr. Bertt has been living in the home o( his imclc and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Coikian, while attending school. BLVTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE COPS AND ROBBERS—Two-year-old Wayne Boyd is in dead earnest as he draws a "bead" on a Umdon bobby during a morning slroll In the British capital. The youngster Is * son of U. S. Navy Chief Warrant Officer Frank Martin Boyd of Hampton, S. C., and Mrs. Martin. Boyd u «tationed at U. S. Naval Headquarters in London. <AP Wirephbto). Shuw SUrU We*kd»J» !:«• p."a. ^turday and Sunday: Continue «huwini from 1:0* p.«- Larfe Area Hit CHICAGO, .June 1. (fP>—Fourteen persona were Injured and several farm homes were destroyed yesterday u tomidoe* skipped over areas In four' midwest states. The small twisters hit rural areas of Southwestern Iowa, Northweat- Bfr Missouri, northeastern Kansas •nd Southeastern Nebraska. The tornadic winds followed thunderstorm-l over MidWest states yesterday. The shower activity today was in parts of Iowa, northwest Illinois and Southwestern Wisconsin. Most of the country had fair weather and mild temperatures today. The country's top mark yesterday was 108 at Presidio, Tex. Marriage Licenses Th« following eouples obtained marriage licenses at the office of Mis* Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk, yesterday: J. P. Taylor of Steele,, and .Miss "M«rth» E. Carroll of Holland, Mo. William Hershell-Gray and Dollie Oorrtne Thompson, both ol Blythe- vllle. Arabs Aroused Over Move by Great Britain LONDON, June 2. <#>— A British announcement that .self government Is being extended to CIrenaica and reports In Paris of a new British-Italian move concerning Italy's former North African colonies stirred the Arab world today. The British foreign office disclosed last night' Britain has agreed to the formation of a government for Cir- enaka, recognizing as Us head the an ti- Com mini 1st Emir Sayed Mohamed Iriris el Senussi. ' Today in Fails (.Here were reports that British Foreign Secretary Bevin was talking witti Italians on a possible n e w move t n re tu r n th i Italians .to North, Africa under I U.N. trusteeship^' The future of the Italian colo nies in Africa still is a subject o U.N. debate. The foreign office sal the British step in Cirenaica wa taken without prejudice to any de cfsion to be made later, on. the fu ture of Libia as a whole. Howeve uch a move might face the U.N. •ith an accomplished fact. The British administer Cirenalca, r Eastern Libia, and Tripolitarii*, r Western Libia. The third sector, tie Feazan, is administered by the 'rench. Arab leaders have been demand- ng a united Libia and are fiercely ipposed to the return of the Ital- ans in any way to a position of au- hority In the former colonies. tasl lime Today (DOUBLK FKATUKIi) "HARD-BOILED MAHONEY" »llh Ifo Gorcey and The Bowery Bovj Mr. and Mis, C. B. Wood spent si week in Hot Springs, attending le stale bankers' convention. Instructors In Hie Luxora schools eturnlng to their homes last wek icluded Miss Emma Lee Kcn- araef, to Convmy. and Miss Jretchen Barnes, to Kcinzc, Miss. Mr. and Mis. Lawrence Clartt, of [ouston, Texas, former Luxorans, Lslted friends and relatives here .si week. T. D. Wilkins, Miss Edith Mc- Dankl, and MLss Eunice Slilnn were Conway and Little Roclc visitors Sunday and Monday. Mrs. J. 'I 1 . Moore, who has visited Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driver, Jr., for the past three weeks, left Monday for her home In Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Moore was accompanied to Memphis by Mr. and. Mrs. Drivel 1 and children. Dusty and Sandy. Mrs. J. I. Mifflin and Mrs .H. E. Stanford drove to Memphis Monday to meet their children who were rcvurnlng home (rom out-ol-state M-lumls. MLS.S Betty Sue Mifflln attended Marion College In Virginia, and Cadet Ed«'ard Stanford at- tended Kentucky Military Institute, Lyndon, Ky. Mrs. Maxine Crawford, who has been a visitor hpre for the past two montlis hi Hie homes ol her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smith, and her son, Clarence P. Crawford, Jr., and family, left last week for her home In Anchorage, Alaska. FJmer Hall and Wes Markham were among the numerous Inmters from this section tourneying to Black River for the opening of the squirrel season Wednesday. Miss PaLsy Richardson, who at- New Johns-Manville tended Arkinsu State Collet* thl» past .school jeer, returned home lut weekend for the summer vacation. A. B. Rozelle returned home Friday from a week's business trip la Texas. ILE PRICES Johns- Johns- "A L\KELY STORY" with BUI Williams and Barbira Hale AIM Shorli Friday S, 'BEYOND THE PECOS" with Rod Cameron Fuzz; Knlfht and Eddit Dean Calcutta Port Sets largo-Handling Record CALCUTTA' MV-The Calcutta port has established a peacetime record In cargo handling. \ Docks Manager K. Mltter reports -hat the port handled 718.000 tons March, 1949, excluding petroleum landed in bulk. Such a high figure was preciously achieved only during World War II, when Cal- ctta was a major port ol supply for the Allies in the China-Burma- India theater. * Mitler adds that tonnage presently being handled In Calcutta is on a par with that of any major port In the world, and certainly more than any port east of Suez, "BANJO" with' Sharyn Moftell, Jacqueline White, &nd Walter Rred Serial: "Riders of Death Vallc.v 1 * Chapter 1 i Serial: "Son nF the Guardsman' Chapter 1 ( „ Also Cartflon Johns- Manville Marwille Manville "" (Per Square Foot) A" grade Asphalt Tile - 11< grade Asphalt Tile - 12< grade Asphalt Tile - 17c« Box Office Open* lit T:W Show SUrts »t t-M B C THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE B*i Office Opens at 7 Wrrk Show Starts «t 7:3* Matinee Salurdaj * Snntfij at I p-m. wilj continuous showinf |j«t Time Today "DAUGHTER OF THE WEST" UN CIN'ECOLOR)' ' Martha Vicken • Philip Reed Warner News & Shorts Friday & Saturday "Song of the Sierras" Jimmy Wakety t "Lasses" While ^ Srriat: Ch»ptcr 8 of "REX AND RINTY" NEW K.I Opeiu Wee* 0»Tt ':•• P-» Matinee Satordaj * SimUT S»U-Smn I p.m C»nt Sh.wini Manila, Ark. M<;HI Johns-Manville D grade Asphalt lile- 19lc — The above prices are not laid — We will lay any of the above grades, furnishing everything, for 5c per sq. ft. over concrete, or 8c per sq. ft. over wood. Hubbard & Son FURNITURE . Blyrheville, Arkansas Ijsst T!m* Today 'COPACABANA" Grnucho Mar* Carmen Miranda Andy KusMlL Also Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today "FIGHTING FOOLS" with Leo Goreey and The Bowery 8071 Newi & Shori Friday & Saturday "FRONTIER REVE.NGE" wllh Lash Lame C*rt<um & Serial "L«i Juflt* It's Procter & Gamble's washday miracle! It's REVOLUTIONARY! no soap-no other "suds"-no other washday product known-will get your family wash as CLEAH as Tide! Last Tim* l'ixl»T "LETTER TO THREE WIVES" wilh Jeanne Crain UiMla Darnell, and Ann Solhrrn Also Short! Friday "SAN FRANCISCO" with Jranfllf MacDnnald Ab* Sh.rli FRIGIDAIRE with all these features Metcr-Mistr mechaniim J-Year Prottctlon flan Exclusiv. Qukkub. Tray. 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