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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 11, 1949
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TUESDAY, OCTOBEn 11, 1949 New Endurance Record Set in Air Two Pilots Spend 1,124 Hours Aloft Over Yuma, Arizona n,, riZl1 Oct ' "' f AP)-The r*. world's champion endurance f! m ' Woody Jongeward and Bob hom Tf' ave reslia « at lhel1 ' homes today. J .' I j he "'"time Navy pilots broujlit 'heir four-place plane "The City of vuma,' to a landing at the Yuma Loiiiiiv airport yesterday afternoon »t 3:33.p.m. (MST) aficr 1,124 hours "'•n 18 minutes of continuous fly- Imj Since Aug. 24. when they took ^oif fr om fie smaller Marsh Aviation W ne ! a °" 'he other side of town, they •™ flown 85,000 miles, the equivalent of three times around the world. Din-Ins their nigm tncy iiscci 9.000 gallons of gasoline and 200' quaiU of oil. 'Decision to terminate the flight- most of which was spent over Yulna to show the world this city ; s fine living, weather—came Sunday nljhl Vflicn one of their two magnctocs burned out. On hand to greet (he new champions when they taxied to a stop on the runway at the Yuma Count; airport were their wives, parents, and the holders of the old record of 1,008 hours. The former record holders, Dick Riedel and Bill Ban is of Pullcrton, Calif., landed in their record plane, "Sunkist Lady" about half an hour before Jongewarci brought "The City of Yuma" to a perfect landing. , Sheriffs deputies estimated the crowd at I5.0CO. They based this on an estniated 6,000 cars parked in the vicinity of the airport. .When the fliers stepped from the cramped quarters of their plane, they found the answer to their big question, "Can we walk?" They could. Unaided, they walked to' an open car waiting for them. From the car they walked to an elevated reception stand where they . were given an official civic greet-' Mayor, w. J. Anderson. Also jA.extendlhg . greetings to them was •^Charlie Gilpin. president of the Yuma Junior 'Chamber of • Com- nierce, the organization which spon- ' sored the flight. ' : Last night Jongeward and Woodhouse find their wives, Betty aiid Berta, were the dinner guests of their ground mechanic, Paul Berch, at a local hotel. Hiss'Perjury Trial Delayed Till Nov. 7 NEW YORK. Get. II. (AP)—Alger Hiss 1 second,,perjury trial wks adjourned yesterday until "Nov." i. Federal Judge Alfred C. Coxe reserved decision on whether to grant Hiss' request to have the trial transferred to Rutland, Vt. Coxe gave attorneys for Hiss, former high State Department official until Thursday to answer the government's arguments opposing the change. BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ROMANCE DENIED-Sharman' Douglas, above, and her parents, Ambassador and Mrs'. Lewis Douglas, are touring ,Italy by auto, accompanied by the youne bachelor Karl of Westmoreland. The Douglas' denied reports ol an engagement between Sharman and the British nobleman. U. S. £ngineefs Ask Bids for Levee Work Invitations for' bids for the plac- i"B of an estimated 220,000 cubic yards of earthwork in Hud Slough Drainage District in levee construction and ditch enlargement have been issued by coi. L. H. Foote District Engineer at Memphis. Bids' will be opened at his office at 11:00 a.m.. November 1. Site of the proposed work is on !he west side of the St. Francis River, starting at a point six miles southeast of Paragould. and extending downstream a distance of about two miles. Material for construction of the levee embankment will be obtained by degrading the existing levee and from enlargement of the drainage ditch on the land side. The successful bidder will be required to start clearing operations within 30 days after'being given notice to proceed, start of ditch excavation and levee construction will required before May ], 10oO. with all work to be completed by faeptember 1, 1950. With the Courts Chancery i Bertha Anderson vs. Aaron Ano- erson, suit for divorce Ruby Ray vs JeMee N. Ray, suit for divorce. ^ Elmer Elmore Cartwright vs Anna Lee Cartwright. suit for di- Georgia Carr vs. Claude Carr, suit for 'divorce. . • , Elzie L. King vs. Ira Joe King, suil for divorce. Tribunal fte/ecte May, Garsson Case Appeals WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. (AP) The .supreme court refused ycster day to consider appeals (lied former Representative Andrew May of Kentucky and Henry an Murray Gar&son, wartime munltloi makers. May, wartime chairman of the o House Military Affairs Commute and the Garsson brothers were coi vlcted of conspiracy-bribery charg Each was sentenced .to 8' to months In prison. Each has been liberty under $2,000 bond pendh the supreme court's action on tl appeals. The Justice Department charge May received some $53,000 for help Ing the Garssons get war contraci The three were convicted in U. District Court, here. May's appeal papers said he a sick man, "past 72 years of age." Government Payrolls Reach a Hew Peak WASHINGTON, Oct. It. (AP) . Government payrolls—federal, sta and local—totaled $1.210,000,000 fo Hie month of July, the Census Bu reau reported yesterday. That was equivalent to appidx mutely S8 for each person in tl population. Average monthly earnings of tl 5,418.000 governmental employe were $223 last July against $214 July 1048. This covers the 2,106,0( federal workers and'3,312,000 sta and local employe.?. The pay average for state and It cal government employees was on S199 in July, but higher federal pi raised the over-all total. ' BLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Today Only OPEN 6:30 MOVITA in "ROSE OF RIO GRANDE Wednesday S Thursday TWO BIG HITS Also Terrific Co-Hit couimtv uiomnn" Latest Russian Baloney LONDON, Oct. U. <AP)-MoscOW Radio reported yesterday that Mahmet Buzakov, a collective farmer In .the mountain village of Kirakura, mP Azerbia J an . has Just reached the **Sge of 140. The report said he has 112 children, grandchildren, great- grandchildren and great - greatgrandchildren: His wile, the broadcast added. Is in and his eldest daughter 100. Pupils of blue eyes contract more In bright light than do the pupils of dark eyes. ATTENTION LADIES We have for sale now: Darwin Tulips in 7 different colon Narcissus— Yellow and While Daffodils— King Alfred and Golden Harvest Galanfhus Snow Drops Scilla — Campanuiala Crocus , (Jliionodoxa Luciliae ' ' Madonna Lijj • Hyacinths In different color* SoHa'nd"' ' h ° Ch °' bulbs - in >P°rted direct ( to „, Iron, 114 East Main Street PAUL BYRUiM Hardware & Seed Blylhcville, Arkansu Plenty of low-cost power! Ruggedness that amazes! TRUCKS PAY OFF IN SAVINGS "*> • Check with recent purchosers of new Sfudebaker trucks. They can ihow you proof that Studebaker truck power it amazingly economical. • What'* more, the new Studebaker truck* are way out ahead in savings on repairs. Wear-resisting craftsmanship keeps these trucks from faking •ntorced lay-offs in the service shop. • ArT »«rica's truck buyers like that kind full line at 1 H-tonsnd 2-ton Studcbakcrf », in four wh«lb«« for 9 ft° 12 ft ' U - rt - of economy-and that's why they're •winging over to Studebaker trucks in a big way. 1 Stop in and find out whaf Studebaker trucks could save you-in dependable, day after day performance. COMPANY Phtfht 888 ..on in any previous year! Marriage Licerieses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses at the office or Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk:Hamon Gonzales and Einelcrla Ramercz/ both of Blytheville. Freeman Don-Is and Miss Jos»- phene Biamlett. both of Blythevllle. Gregory Nell Hughes and Miss Eileen Cagle, both of St. Louis, Mo. ^^^^^^^^==^^3^^^^^= NEW Box Ojn-ns Week Dayi 1:WI p.m. Matinee Saturday & gundnyi Mat.-Sun. I p.m.. Cont Showini Manila, Ark. Shows KVEKHMCHt Tuesday 'FLAXY MARTIN' with Virginia Mayo ' Also Shord Wednesday' & Thursday "THE UNTAMED BREED" lh Sonny Tufts Also Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. . L;isl Time Tonight GIANT GORILLA PANICS NITE CLUB! — as icreen explode! with !0 most terrific thrilli ever pictured! Arkansas Couple Plans To W»d in Washington WASHINGTON. Oct. „.Two members of the staff of Sei lor McClellan (D-Ark) discloauu yesterday that they plan to marry tills week. MIGHT? > JOE YOUNG th* Strong* Story af O Girl and c O;TERRY MOORE"."BEN JOHNSON • 1 ROBUT HHSIBOP.C .,,» FBVK MtHuO - -tffc -, EBNIS7 & SCMOtOSAC- Warner News i Short Wednesday & Thursday "STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN" with David Niven and Kim Hunter News & Cartoon SKY LINE PRLVE-IN THEATER Mflet North of Bljlhcrin, Box Office Opens at 6:J« Show Sl.irls 7:M Tuesdny and Wednesday Added Attraction! | Thursday & Friday i woman Added Attraction* on H/p>— Sen»<closed marry "";} are MISS rjurnet otorv, "ope, Ark., and Edwin. T. Russell, Pocahonla:, Ark. Both have been on McClellaii's staff 'about four years. They plnn to be married In Ml. vei non place Methodist Church next Saturday after a month's hon- licre. Miss Story Is and Mr». Garrc nnssell Is son of of Pocahontas, ai sell of St. Louis I eymoon, ihev will m»k« their home PAGE rrvi ' i 'i ' '_ Plumbing Economy Hot waterlanlu should be locate as near the kitchen or liundry ii possible for economy. In piping. Benjamin Prtriklih"w«i the'lsth in: » family of n children. • r n ' S '" OSS e '' e " B '' evi »<- °'»' »<>"<* "-- - 'Hen, i, by eHm.n,,in K fn n. , .„ offer f,ne nunUl, merchandise, at the , (W est possible pri ces. We appreciate 5 , ur in* the past years ami look funvar.l .0 your con.Uu.e.l palron,^ during (he vcni-s to come keej , inf „' ALL-PURPOSE SUIT 98 45% RAYON 40% COTTON 15% WOOL 2 So practical . . . and yet so amazingly l» lv priced! Made like a snoiv/suit in cozy knit-back fabric with closely knit cuffs at ankles,and. wrists. 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