The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1951 · Page 13
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PAGE FOURTEEW BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, Arkansas Nen>s Briefs— Fire Destroys State Warehouse Yesterday By THE ASSOCIATED I'KKSS NORTH r,Trn.E ROCK—Most of n state-owned warehouse used to store government surplus food was destroyed by fire that swept through the 300 foot long building here yesterday. The fire nlso damaged tl'.e office of Arkansas State Purchasing Agent Carl Parker. He fears all of Ills records were lost in the bla&e. J. H. Carter, state director of the Commodity Distribution Division, estimated the loss at J100.000. The food was alloted Arkansas for distribution to the schools and public Institutions. GOP Enters Little Rock Mayors Race LITTLE ROCK—For the first time In modern hlslory. a Republican and a Democrat will oppose each other In the race for mayor of Little Rock Rt the November municipal general election. Pratt C. Remind, chairman of the Pulaskl County Republican Committee, said Saturday he would enter the race as the GOP standard bearer. He will oppose M:iyor Sam Wasscll, who is seeking u third term. 78 Arkansans Head Legion Committees MIAMI—Eighteen Arkansans have been named to major committees of the National American Legion Convention which opened here today. Two Get Home Demonstration Awards PORT WORTH—National Distinguished Service Awards will be given two Arkansas women nt the annual meeting of the National Home Demonstration Agents Association Ijcre next month. They tire Mrs. Dora S. Stubbtcfield of I'aragould, Greene County Home Demonstration Agent, and Miss Josie Bcnton of Hamburg, Home Demonstration Agent of Ashley County. , Frisco Train Derails near Hardy HARDY—About 25 cars of n Frisco railway freight, piled up when a Kansas CHy-to-Memphis train derailed here today. No injuries were reported. The train's wreckage piled up in a 150-foot area near the home of section foreman Fred BalL One car, loaded with 100-foot section of slcel mils, came to halt 15 feet from the bedroom occupied by the Balls. Temporary Injunction Forbids Power Line LITTLE ROCK—The Northwest Power Co-operative of Missouri temporarily has been enjoined from constructing a transmission line across two counties In North Arkansas. The temporary Injunction was Issued Saturday by the Arkansas Public Service Commission at the request of Ihe Arkansas Power and Light Co. Meteor Streaks Across Four Eastern States WASHINGTON, Oct. 15. (/PI— A meteor seen as far as 100 miles at sea aiid reported a-s a brilliant, streak of fire In last night's sky over at least four states apparently burned itself out. There were several reports that parts of the meteor had struck the earth with a roar and blinding Hash. The Civil Aeronautics Administration traffic control center said airplane pilots had reported sighting the meteor 100 miles at sea. They said it was traveling in fl westerly direction. Police In West Virginia, Pennsyl vanla and Kentucky Investtgatec reports ot anxious residents wh saw the ball of fire. Group Rote Given SINGAPORE (IT) — Young Chines can now get married" at low cos and still with all the necessar ceremonial trimmings. The Singapore Chinese Y.M.C.A had 18 couples at its first mas wedding in Victoria Memorial Hal The total cost was (180—or jus $10 per couple. It was the cheapest mas.'i weddln Dewey 'Confident' Eisenhower To Be in Presidential Race THIS IS ONE BUS—This was Hie aflcrmath or a spectacular ct-ash of a Washington - bound Trailways bus a( Gainesville, Vn. Five persons were killed and two dozen more injured when the big bus skidded on wet pavement and folded itself completely around a Uee. Police believe Ihe driver was blinded by lights of an approaching car. OSCEOLA NEWS IJy liellyc Ncllc Starr Tim-n and Country Club Mrs. Tal Tongnte entertained the 7own and Country Canasta Club Thursday afternoon for dessert. Following the dessert course the :1ub, with Mrs. O. E. Masscngil! as guest, played crinasta. Mrs. Walter Driver and Mrs. iearcy Mears were winners In the games. Each person attending was iven hand made linen handkerchiefs which Mrs. Tonyate brought jack from a trip to Mexico last vcek. After the games, the hostess served a luncheon course. For her centerpiece, Mrs. Tongate had an arrangement of lavender and purple asters. Large chrysanthemums were placed throughout the entertaining rooms. Friday Club Mcels Mrs. Joe Crotner entertained her club Friday with a diner party. A silver hmvl filled with roses, lilies and asters centered the dining table. Mrs. C, E. Dean and Mrs. Betty Nelle Starr were guests. In the games, Mrs. Ed Quinn won high and Mrs. Dean won second. Flower Show Cancelled Osceola's Progressive Garden Club has cancelled its fall flower show due to the many activities that, are taking place at the club room during October and November. A spring shO'v has been scheduled. ' Literary Club Meeting- The Osccola Literary Club meet Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at the Progressive Club room. Mrs. Claude Lloyd, Mrs. Ruth NEW YORK, Oct. 15. (W— Gov. rhornas E. Dewey says he is con- ident that Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhower will be elected the next President ot the United States on he Republican ticket. But the New York governor, a leader in the pro-Eisenhower movement, adds that he will suport whomever the GOP chooses as its 1952 presidential candidate. That Includes Ohio's -Senator nobert A. Taft, Dewey indicated yesterday in a television interview. Dewey said his confidence in Eisenhower stemmed from the country's "need of his peculiar abilities." 'His skill and background in deal- ng with foreign affairs Is needed •ery much In the White House today," Dewey added. The governor reiterated past statements that he himself would Congo Pipeline BRUSSELS «•)—A 220-mile six- inch pipeline to carry all types of fuel will be built in the next year between Leopoldville and Ango- Ango in the Belgian Congo. It will take 7,200 tons of steel and will run overland with one pumping station en route. Swansey and Mrs. Eugene Shaneyfelt will be hostesses. Mrs. John Eclrington, program chairman, will speak on "Spotlight on Our Town." IjOcnls Mayor and Mrs. Ben. P. Duller left for Little Hock today to attend the Arkansas Municipal League Convention which meets tomorrow. They will return Wednesday. Mrs. Spencer Driver visited her laughter, Mrs. Marshal Kline, in femphis Friday. She was accompanied by Mrs. W. C. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Blackwood spent the last week In Memphis; Mrs. Blackwood attended the Daughters of the American Revolution luncheon there Friday. Mrs. R. H. Jones Is attending n uliurch meeting in Joncsboro to^ay. She will attend meetings in LIttie Rock Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boswell of Bishop, Tex., who have been visit- Ing Mrs. C. E. Lynch, returned to their home Sunday. Mrs. Lynch accompanied them and will spend two weeks In Bishop. Time Stands Still In Space, Science Says BERKELEY. Calif. <AP>— Hav you wanted to stop the clock whe: lime seemed to be getting away from you? If you could get off the earth and hurtle through space at the speed of light^-186,000 miles per second- earth time would never change for you, says Dr. William B. Fretter, associate professor of physics at Ihe University of California. "Similarly." says the professor, 'If it were possible to send your wrist watch flying through space at the speed of light, It would never tick off another second of earth time." Read Courier News Classified Ads be as self-sufficient as the types on the vanished u. S. frontiers and they now have to have a palable commodity and access to a market. In Singapore since the liberation from Japanese occupation. Frontiers Important LOS ANGELES (^—Colonization in Latin America has brought back conditions somewhat similar to those on the old American frontier, says Dr. Henry J. Bruman of the University of California. Dr. Bruman saw the problems of South and Central America frontiers in 1044-45 when he spent a year studying them in Brazil. Now he Is leaving on another trip which will tnk< him to several countries, but he wilt spend eight months of his sabbatical leave in Brazil. He says the new pioneer cannot CALL 3541 when you want used auto parts. 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