The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1949 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SKVEN Aquatic Classes [o Open Monday Swimming and Life Saving Instruction Offered at City Pool iwlinmlng classes, sponsored .tly by the Chickasawba Dis it Chapter of the American Re and the Chickasnw Athleti will open at 9:30 Monda ig at Walker Park pool, fol registration tomorrow Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt. water safe! airman for the chapter, sai iat classes would be offered ginner and Intermediate swin iig and junior and senior II •ing by qualified Red Cro •Imining Instructors, legistrallon will begin at 10 a.m norrow just Inside the south e nee to the Walker Park, ai be conducted by Mrs. Ja .lies Robinson and Mrs. Albert ] _.ylor. I Mrs. Whitsitt explained that lose who failed to register be- |i-een 10 and 11 a.m tomorrow. mid complete registration at the papter office on the third floor the Court House. To Ho' 1 12 Sessions I Last year more than 341 resis- rral for the classes and 243 com- Jeted the courses, which require •unit 12 sessions to complete. 1 Mrs. Whitsitt indicated that Imilar number was expected to larticipate again this year, and jiat if there was a great enougl Ic-mHUd night classes would be inducted for employed people and kher adults wishing to complete lie Red Cross swimming classes. |aytime classes will be conducted lorn 9:30 to 11:30 each day, but. 'asting Rehearsal Htld '•or Biblical Drama The first casting rehwrsal for The Light Eternal," Biblical Ana to be presented here at the ilythevllle "Y" auditorium next hursday »nd Friday night*, was :onducted last night, and casting under the direction of Mrs. L. Parer, was continuing today. The production Is being spur sored by the Alpha Alpha Chapte f Beta Sigma Phi, and one-tenth t their profit will be donated to he playground fund, and othe harlty projects will b« completed with other funds. The Rev. William J. Pitzhugh pastor of the St. Stephen's Epls copal Church, and the Bey. Harve T. Kldd, pastor oJ the First Pres byterUn Church, have been cast ,wo of the characters. The Rev M FiUhugh will play Aaron in th scene depicting Moses life and ill giving of the ten commandment and the Rev. Mr. Kidd will be Jud one of Joseph's brothers, In anoUi scene of the play. AIRMAN' IS BURIED—Last rit for Sst. Floyd R. Aaron of Leach ville were conducted Tuesday at the Leachvclle Church of Christ. His body was returned from Germany, where he was killed April 13, 1915. He was almost 21 when killed. Sergeant Aaron, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Aaron of Leaciiville, was on his 35th mission with the Air Corps when killed. He was the holder- of the air medal with two clusters and the puiple heart. Survivors include his parents; six sisters, Mrs. Vernell Ray and Mrs. Winnie Wilson, both of Leacliviile; Mrs. Clcva Wilson ot Hairisburg; Mi-.s Wilma Law of Miami. Fla.. Mrs. Wanda Couch of Gadson, Ala. ami Mrs. Mildred Tnrnbow of Flint. Mich., and IhreD brottiers: Willard and Bcrneal Aaron, both of Leach- Aerial War on Hoppers Swiftly Killing 'Enemy' WORLAND, Wyo., June 16— t/Pi— Affable Archie Geisei, who rasslcd a lot ot C-54 transports over the hump rturins the war. went on i bombing mission and killed 128 million o[ the enemy His victims were grasshoppers, s bomb load was 7,350 pounds of ison bran. In 25 minutes over the rget area he wiped out enough the vicious insects to reach end-end from New York to Los An- les. This happened on a single flight esterday. Ai'chie Is making about ght a day and will continue this hedule for 30 days. Boys' State Delegates Review Experiences Frank Wagner, Jr., and Jimmy lieininillcr, Boys' Slate delegates sponsored by the Blythirvillc Kl- wnnis Club, yesterday reviewed theic five-day stay at Camp Jos-1 eph T. Robinson near Little Hod: for 'Ihelr sponsors. The boys spoke briefly yesterday at the hinchcon meeting ol the Ki- wanlr, club at the Hotel Noble. Other eup.sts included II. W. Andrews, Donald lioub, Uan Thomas and. John Uarksdate. The Club decided to partlclpat* hi a joint meeting of Civic clubs, scheduled for June 30, and voted to donate S25 to n Ivinu being collected for Nancy Ruth Mullens, victim of attack last April. U&DDY'S INSIDE—Tearful Gall Yarbrough, four, sits outside the auditorium in Louisville, Ky. while her daddy, Dr. Prank Yaibiougli, receives his doctor of medicine degree at University of Louisville commencement exercises. An overflow crowd kept Gail from gaining entrance to the auditorium. With her are the tot's mother and grandlalhcr, Dr. H. M. Ynrbroiig.li. (AP Wirephotol. fchedules for the times for the arioius divisions have not been J iletcd. alined instructors expected to '. in the courses are: David, Ifoore, Betty Woodson. Mrs. A. B. Plans Dance, Supper Imlth, Mrs. Dick J. White, Oscar [lliott. Billy Walker, Misses Joyce pamon and Mary Gray. ville anrt Milton Aaron,'with the United states Navy. Osceola Kiwanis Club participant's will receive Cross certificates. Ibituaries Irs. J. O. Lowe, 87, Osceola Dies; Rites To Be Held in Miffington The Osceola Kiwanis Club si I have a square dance and box suppe Upon completion of the course, I at the Community House at T p.m ' Red Friday to raise funds to continu school, playground, and aid to un derprivileged children projects. President Leslie (Dukie) Speck who is working with Mitchell Mooi on program arrangements, said to day that T. P. (Doc) Dean of Ely theville would be master of cere monies and auctioneer. Committees named by Mr. Spec included: Joe Applcbaum. publicit Harold Hendrix, refreshments; Le Schrcick. Jr.. Arthur Brickey, D L. Howton. and Spencer Willian welcome committee. Funeral services for Mrs. J. O Lowe. 81. of Osceola. will be con- . lucted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Mm- Connolly Wants Action fe-oS.£ the Rev - E - K I 0n Arms for Eur °p e WASHINGTON. June 16. I/pi — Chairman Connally fD-Tex) of tlie Senate Foreign Relations Committee says he wants action at this session of Congve.ss on arms for Europe. But he shies away from any prediction that he will get it. At the least, however, Connally says he hopes and expects the foreign Relations committee will go to work on the full $ 1,450,000.000 military aid program as scon as the Senate acts on the North Atlantic Pact. "T think it would be in the Interests of world security to have prompt action on this program," Comv?.Uy said, in a statement, yesterday. •/eat Blamed for Deaths Of 30 New Englanders By the Associated Press Deaths of 30 New Englanders were attributed today to five days of hot and humid weather In the east. The forest fire peril increased in New England with the continued drouth. Smoking and firemaking in Maine woodlands was forbidden by order of Gov. Frederick G. Payne There were 15 small, controlled tires in the state. New Hampshire followed Maine's action in. banning smoking and tiremaking. The U. S. Weather Bureau I Chicago said there was no sig of rain to break the dry spell. No floods Expected Despite Heavy Rains LITTLE ROCK, June 16. (fl 1 )—De- spile recent heavy rains, no serious floods on Arkansas streams ore anticipated by the Weather Bureau. The temperamental Ouachitft River rose to four feet aljove Hood stage at Aikadelphia, but has started slow fall there. The Weather Bureau said it will continue to rise at Camden, cresting at 29 or 30 feel ate Saturday or early Sunday. Flood tage there is 26 feet. slowly at Ozark. Darrtanelle ant MmriUun, with iitlle change at Lit tie Ruck and Pine Bluff. The Black and Petit Jean Rivers also were reported falling. The word "artillery" was l:v.s used for all engines used to di-s- cliarge missiles, but in more recent times it has been used only for firearms of long range capable of discharging a bursting projectile. The Arkansas is expected to fat hour. One hundred years ago the latest thing in railroad trains tarvcllcd at the speed of 15 to 20 miles an BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIM OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN. BLENDED WHISKEY. 86.B Proof. 65 3 ,S Grain Neultal Spirits. Seagram-DistiHeis Corporation, Chiysler Building, New York Mrs. Lowe died suddenly at 8:30 b.m. yesterday at the home of a Ion, Otis Lowe at Greenville, Miss. phe left Osceola yesterday early to lo to Greenville to be with her son. li'ho is being treated for pneumonia It a Greenville Hospital. She was lesting on the bed when she suffered a heart attack and died 15 es later. ill's. Lowe had lived in Osceola |or about 30 years, having moved • here from Millington. She was a piember of the First Methodist Church. Survivors Include one daughter, . R. L. Maxwell of Osceola; and 'ive sons, Otis Lowe of Greenville, F., M. L. and C.S. Lowe of ,fcmphis, and J. H. Lowe of Osceola. »'ho was with her yesterday in jreenville when she died. The National Funeral Home of ilemphis is in charge of arrange- ncnts. Just how high is 'HIGH COMPSESSKKf"? The Portuguese man-of-war Is a jellyfish made up of a group <jt small animals attached to a single float. USED TRACTORS W HEN the talk turns to cars and car engines these days, that's a topic you hear much about. So it's fairly interesting to note (hat, even back before the war, Buick engines like this one were touring the testing grounds with compressions as high as 10 to 1. Even later than that this same big Buick power plant has been filling our engineers' notebooks with data on 8 to 1 compression ratios. Come In and See These Today? 1—1915 Ford Tractor, completely reconditioned with Genuine Kord parts, new tires. This tractor is price* to meet your pocket book, 1—1916 Kord Tractor, very Rood condition, new tires. This is a real value for the progressive farmer. ]_1914 ford Tractor, excellent working condition, new «t of tires and new paint. See today! 1—1913 "B" Farmall in fine condition with cultivator, 1* fnch bottom plow, ready to work your fields. t—1SI5 Ford Tractor, motor jusl overhauled with new Ford parts. New tires. Come in anrt see Ihis machine today. Easy-To-Poy Fall Terms Arranged Hare Your Tractor Repaired or Completely Reconditioned on our Convenient fall Terms. iat has come out oi this? Two or three interesting points. ' First of all, that this big Buick Fireball valve-in-head straight-eight already has a compression ratio that gets as much out of present fuels us any engine on the market. Next, that these ratios can readily be stepped up to fit higher octane gasolines as they become available. A.nd probably mosl important of all, that high compression is only one measurement of a good engine. There's the fundamental matter of engine efficiency — power output per cubic inch of displacement, engineers call it. On thut score, Buick stands where it always has — jusl ahoul tops in its field! \Vhich means, in very simple words — better go see for yourself. The fun you get from your car —the pleasure and satisfaction it gives you — are best measured in just one place —behind the wheel. Russell Phillips Tractor Co. 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