The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 12, 1946
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FRIDAY, JULY 12, 19-10 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS CAA Grounds Big Transport Planes Two Constellation Crash Landings Bring Thorough Investigation WASHINGTON, July 12. (UP) — '"Pled seriously today as the Ciov- .irnmenl grounded for at least, 30 lays alt Constellation airplanes rlown by United states airlines. [ gf 'lie Civil Aeronautics Adminis- i.'P. .on ordcrc'd Ihe four-motored ^onstellaiioiis cut or the skies ending lin invcsliuation of tlic auscs of a clash of one o» the Manes near Heading, Pa., while on training flight. j,-i vc 1:e rSons wore illcd. •'an American .ilnrays. Tran« Vorlcl Airlines aiul American Ovcr- eas Airlines, whicli used the planes. tniKBled W iu, makeshift arrange- ncnts to handle hundreds of pas- engers who ha<| reservations on the Slant machine's. All three lines announced they Aould try to substitute Douglas DC-4 Skymastcrs for (ho LociriicM -'onslcllalion.s so that as few schal- iles as possible would he cancelled. .Approximately .12 of the aerial I'anls were in use by United States ines. The planes, largest, land- va.-jcd aircraft in commercial serv- ee. carry between 40 and 50 passengers each, and are one of America's major long-ranee ear- •lers. , Hardest hit apparently was Pan American's I.OS Angeles-San Pran- ftero to Honolulu service which '•anlcs 700 passengers a week. J. V. aoscoc, Pacific manager, snlrl in i'-u\ Francisco nine weekly round- rips will have to be canceled until >tlicr planes can be substituted. PAGE THRU Want a Nice Kitty? Mrs. Clare Newbcrry of New York City wants to find a homo for thai prclty kitty she's holding. But there's a joker—the animal is an ocelot from Venezuela and will grow inlo n big cat with viciou« claws. Heading Crash Probed READING, Pa.. July 12. (UP) — Investigators examined the flame- iCiircd wreckage of ;\ rour-cngincd Jonslellation transport plane piece )y piece today for possible clues •o the crash of the giant airliner ise«l as a training ship for trnns- iccanic flight crews by Trans rld Airways. Ve persons were killed and a li wns injured seriously ycster- Jay when the 45-lun transport. i'Star of Lisbon," plunged to the ,'arth in flumes near the Reading •ilrnort. Civil Aeronautics investigators nitl officials of both TWA and the Uickheed Aircraft Corp.. manufacturers of the plane, joined in in- j.'cstigntinit the crash which resulted in the grounding or all con- •tellations, sued extensively oil long i'liehts by several American com( ]icrcial airlines. Cnpt. Richard Brown. Cocoa, Fla.. >ilot of the plane, was the sole iiirvivor. He ivn.5 in serious con- lltion In Reading Hospital with sc- rerc bot;y burns and internal injuries. Otis F. Brynn. TWA vice iresidenl, said Brown's condition lid not, permit, detailed questioning ibout the disaster, but invcstimitors opefl hc eventually would be able > explain what went wrong. Brown indicated that, the plane Ivas out of control when it crashed hurt that he was trying to m x --> f .OiiiB Airport, Bryan said. Read Courier Nows Want Ada. Bilbo Hurls New Blast at Yankees Negroes in New York Seek to Unseat Foe From Mississippi. l!.v MAKTIIA C'Olll.E United 1'rcss staff Correspondent JACKSON. Miss., July 12. Sen. Theodore fjilbo. D., Miss., revenged the South for Vicksburg and Appo- mntlox here last night as he described his recent re-election as a "victory over the enemies of Mississippi-from outside Mississippi." sion of the National Negro Insur- to Washington, was lavish In his tl'ank.s to the "ninny friends" who gave him the "gr-r-r-cat victory" in the Democratic primary last week. A lurue audience that had come from all sections of the state in cars, trucks, wagons and buggies, cheered lustily as Bilbo re-emphasized the white supremacy theme upon which he had based his campaign. Engineers Study Bull Shoals Bids Construction to Run $5,000,000 Higher Than Estimates. LITTLE HOCK. Ark.. July 12. 'UP)—U. s. Engineers here toriuy reviewed an iippnrent low bid of S2-t.SlW.000 on Hull Shoals ilnm. submit led yesterday by a l-llrm construction syndicate. Col. Gerald Galloway, U. S. Uls- Irict KiiKineer, snld the bid was some $5000,000 above the engineers' estimate of $10.340,000, and engineer approval must be granted tit- | fore the go-ahead signal for construction can be Riven. According to Col. Galloway. U. S. Knuineers have ao days to study the bill, and tlien limit her 30 days Is niven the contractors to start work. The low bidder was (he White Hlvcr Constructors, composed of ll'e Drown and Root Construction Co. of Houston, Texas; Wunderllch Construction Co. of Jefferson City. Mo.; Winston Hros. Co. of Minneapolis, Minn.; peter Kicwlt Sons Co. of Omaha. Neb.; Coiulon-Ctin- nuiKham. also of Omaha; A. Johnson of Minneapolis; nml D. U. Gordon of Denver, Colo. Four other bids submitted ranged from $'J8,500.000 to $32,935.0011. Bids opened yesterday were tor [he upper dam, not Including the power house or power machinery, certain machinery In the dam. access roads mid railroad, or about 1,1)00.000 barrels of cement being furnlsliscd bv the Federal government. Shooting Star Plane Crashes In S. Carolina BI'AHTANmJHCi. S. C,. July 12 (UP)-An Army pilot plummeted to n {laming death nenr here yesterday when a l'-80 "Sliootlnn Star" ulunged to the cround and burned. Mllllary spokesmen at Ihe Greenville, "s. C.. Anny Air Hnsc said the Jet ship was enrouto Hum Maxwell Field. Alii., to Miugli-v Field, vn. The pilot, whose body was round 200 feel from the innln portion ol the wreckage, was lilenllilcd by the Army us U. n. n. Stone of March Held, Cal. MamiRcr Robert K Turner, ol Ihe 1'almelto Air .School near the crash scene, snld (he plane sheared off a pine tree and burled Its en- ylne five feet In Hie wound. A farmer who witnessed the crash, snld tht' ship appeared to have, blown up In the air. Fee/ing of Security Important to Children "A child miisl have the fecllUK that he Is sure and has an Im- >oi Ian! place In the family If he Is lo become mi emotionally stable individual." Miss Cora l,ee Co!«- nii'ii, home demonstration iiKi'iit. told Mississippi County homemakers recently. One of Ihe tiling lhat romp'.l- eates InlniiliiH up children, sl'e sulrt. Is that they have feelings, and a feeling of security means everything, ID a child. ' A child should never have any worry of his mother and father's hiking care of him, nor a fear I hey will leave him without re- mrntnjj soon, she pointed mil. Otlcn the assurance a child needs .1 shattered by something his par- 1'iils have done or said U) him. When n child Is In doubt ol his l>lace In the family, he seeks IC- lentlon by misbehaving, she warned. He Is trying to prove lo himself that he I* Just as Important his brother or sister who Is receiving more attention. Negroes Circulate. I'clilion NEW YORK. July 12. <in">—Director Edgar G. Drown, of the National Negro council, today was asking for 1,000.Goo signatures on n petition to (lie U. s. Senate asking it lo e.xpel Sen. Theodore G. Hillxj, D.. Miss. Brown told Die 25th annual ses- 75-Year-old Preacher Marries Girl Who is 20 JONK.SKORO. Ark., July la. (U.I 1 .)—The Hcv. . David jasper Neal, 15, and Ills bride of 20, Miss Louisa Popjuw. settled <U»wn to vome life today following- their nimlage here yesterday. Neal has been niurrlecl foil lines jirevlonsly, while the bride not be seated as a member of the Senate because of his campaign statements against Negro voters. The association delegates sijne<i the petitions and pledged to circulate them Nation-wide. "We've just done something O ur fathers couldn't do." "The Man" declared in his best camp-meeting style. "We whipped them damn- ] yankcec." ' I Speaking from a bunting-sheathed platform in City Park, Bilbo thumped the rostrum frequently as he unloosed a tirade of contempt for "the outsiders from up Fawth." Nawth. that is, who wanted him ousted from his senatorial seat. Warming to his subject. Bilbo described his return to office as "not a Bilbo victory, bul a victory lor Mississippi." Brushing his perspiration-dampened brow, the squat senator wlv> will soon be nrakiiig his third trip ancc Association that Bilbo should [FREE to STOMACH SUFFERERS 'f bloMing i»as.nnd upset slomacVi from ivpcracklity nrc niakinj; life miserable md von feel ns it you can'i cH^est /our'food. and nrc upset nfler eating, isk -is f rr P'EIEL* trirtl pncK.ijjc ot famous Dr, Ware's Ulfick Powder Tab- RvtriiU' ii;e SI.00. ROTKROCK DUUO CO Phone 2882 tor A Taxi O. K. CAB Judge Ward (lie A I! 1 1- IT Y TRAINING TASTIER, RiGHER DESSERTS Ice Cream, Sherbets ICusturdf RENNET TABLETS ! L IO/or We '• Packed by ' W. N. ttlLKIRSON & SONS t Memphis, Tenn. ; Phone 931 tor better TAXI SERVICE For Ionic (rips—5 or more io Memphis or I.lllle Rock, mar (rain fare for round (rip. LOCAL CALL . . . Twin Gables.... 35c Midnight Inn . 50c Golf Club .... 50c Manila $4.00 Osceola ... $4.00 Other places In comparison. J. R. Payne, manager Lake and Main M pt quintll? tc« In MQ rtrclrtjin Jill*. A AM* hMllnl — inoltil taf lo inlnnr bumi— IllchrtlquAlltr. Yet* said she hail been married once before, at the ajje of IB. Hev. Ncnl is a prcache' 1 , carpenter and painter, and IIH.H lived here for several years. "I don't see why folks should Ihlnk our marrlaue so unusual," he said. Trouble Piles Up For Mclaughlin Spa Political Boss Discounts Seriousness Of $200,000 Suit. HOT SPRINGS, Ark., July 12, <Ui')—Mayor IJKO Mcl.auglilln to- iluy mlnhnl/cd tlio importance and significance of n $200,000 breach of promise .suit filed against, him in 1'Vderal court hern yesterday. Lucille Griffith, u runner mllli- ni'r here and now NvlilK in Okia- lioiiin City, brought the milt, 'she fliiirKcii that Mcl.aunhlln had promised to marry her In October Of IQ-ll, and that he hud "(ailed and refused" to do so. The petition finllier stated that the pliinlllrr was "really and wll- Iliin" to marry Mclaughlin. '1'he mayor, wlio Is H widower, outlined the suit an "political black- Koot/W null," and h c predicted that art«r elections the whole thine would be dropped. McLaughlln had other trouble* yesterdny. At the conclusion o( * Federal court trial heralded M • big victory for a bloc of veteran forces, Judge Johh E, Miller ordered 1,807 poll tax receipts in Garland county thrown out, They were a portion of a much larger number that the veteran* had charged were frauds held by county residents, and purchased by county officials who »'ere defendants in the case. Will Page. Negro, held 776 of the allegedly false receipts, while the remaining 831 were held by 17 other defendants, Including Mrs. Fannte Mclxuighlln, slstcr-ln-law or (he mayor. Refrigerator Service Fred lawler ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J W. Adnus Mir. Phone 2*71 2M-M W. M»ln Land Owners- If you are troubled with Johnson Grass on your land you need ATLACIDE It's a Sure Killer Get n Supply Today Special Prices On Qu.mtity Lots! PLANTER'S HARDWARE Phone 515 CO., INC. 126 West Main St. nrcilcii (o make ;L sootl CIKCUIT JUDGB Hc IKIS the cnilor.srim'iil of MIC iMcinbris «f llic Clay County, 100K strolls. Twenty-five: ycurs IT\|JC- ricncc in tlic Krnrrit prjtc- licc of liivv—rivil :in<l criminal cuscs—in :ill cnurls, in- chi[lii^ Ilic Circuit Cr>url p H'liicli office lie now seeks. Horn and reared on ;i Clay County farm. His family consists of a wife, Ihrcc sons anil a cUuiKhlcr. All three sons are veterans of World War II, the youngest serving overseas in the South I'atific. TJcgjin career as School Teacher; tauglif five years in 1'iKgoM Schools. Hachelor of Law Decree from I,in- coln-.lcfferson University — licensed to practice law in all State Courts, am! Federal Courts, including the U. S. Supreme Court. County Judge six years; Slate Representative four years. ' Elect Judge Ward ouv next Circuit Judge. Your support solicited and will be aiiprcciafcd. E. G. WARD Candidate for Circuit Judge (This Political Advertisement Paid For Jly K. S. AVarcl). More Tunes to Make Vim SING from— ADAMS' ItKCOKU 1JAK! Beginning Next Monday GUARD'S Jewelry Store will be CLOSED Strange J,nv(-—Tc\ llcnckc uitli (ilcnn Miller Orchestra Happy Journey—Trt-dtly Martin I'd lie Lost Without You— Iteitv Kliodcs 1'iano Kcvcrirs—.Inc Itcichinan Bonny Bcrican—Memorial Alliutn "Fats" \Vallcr Favorites Every day we receive more and more n\ tlic (tines thai arc making America sing— (hc ones that have thai scintillating rhvllim thai you love lo heat. Drop in today and listen to your fav- ;orilcs, you'll >anl t<> start your own record collection. REMEMRKU — ADAMS' For About 30 Days! RCA VICTOR RECORDS 'ADAMS APPLIANCE Co 1 •'• W. Adams, M K r. Phone 2071 206-08 W. Main We're going to completely remodel and thoroughly modernize our store. This will take about 30 days and when it is finished we will have one of the most modern stores in this part of the country. During modernization operations we will occupy temporary rooms above (hc store where we will have on display a small sclcelion of Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry. No watches will be Repaired but watches in tor Repairs will be given out when completed from our temporary upstairs location. GUARD'S i IMMEDIATE DELIVERY on These Hard-to-Get Items Watch This Space Each Week for our list of Hard-to-Get Items. Each will represent A Real Saving. 1 Deep Freeze Masterbilt Refrigerator Box Ideal lor keeping Kro/.en Foods, Cold SJQC-OO drinks, Milk mid Ice Cream, clc *W«I 1 Kitchen Cabinet With Base and Top 72 Inches wide—includes sink and all ?1"IO-05 Die finings—finished in white enamel, 110 2 Kitchen Cabinet Bases and Tops Has« top is covered with linoleum, has 5OA.70 milk bins and tin broad box , OL Large Utility Cabinets for the Kitchen finished in white—fitted witli $QQ.'J5 double glass doors in the lop 051 12 Good Electric Irons, each $5.50 Automatic Electric Record Player This c:tn he attached lo any model radio . 1 G. E. Electric Radio—table model . $47.30 Electric Kitchen Wall Clocks .$10.56 5 28 EXTRA SPECIAL Philco Room Air Conditioner $367.50 This is the riowcut and hcsl model fil-C-1. Will t(Mil a room 15x20 feel Hot Water Heaters $68.90 110 Volt. 12 or 17 Gallon. No special wiring necessary. Just plujf it in on your regular light circuit. Ideal for washroom, office, farm and small domestic uses. "Perfection" Portable Room Heaters. . $ 9.25 "Sun Flame" OIL HEATERS :i and •) room sixes. It will lie well to get yours NOW in view of a possible scarcity next Fall. Electric Glass Churn with Motor $17.30 "Sun-Rock" Electric Water Cooler . .$235.00 Electric Toasters—2 sizes. . . .$4.40 and $7.10 Our Special Sale Continues On 1000 Throw Rug Purchase 2 Special Croups $3.95 to $4.95 values $1.68 $5.95 to $7.95 /alucs $3.28 Warm Morning Stoves—Oil Heaters These two items promise to Jx- scarce this fall and we Hugtfcst (hut you order yours now while a supply is available. We Also Have a Large Selection of— Aluminum ware, Fruit Juicers, Electric Broilers, Coffee Makers. Chimes, Breakfast Suites, Kitchen Tables, Floor and Tr.blc Lamps, Mirrors, Children's Lawn Furniture and Swings, Hassocks, and a host of other items. All at interesting prices. Heavy G. I. Garbage Cans ea 3.95 The perfect answer to your garbage problem. 32-ga!. size of heavy gauge metal with lid. EXPERT RADIO REPAIR Mr. Garni is in charge oT our Radio Repair Department Bring; S'our i»«l in for expert repair. Hubbard & Hoke Appliance Co. General Electric Appliances Ikndix Washers 407 W. Main Phoiw 3450

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