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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER KEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, l<Mf Oklahoma Line Asks Air Route , Feeder Service • U nf town by Parks Included Arkansas TVASHINGTON, Oct. 11. «>)—An Oklahoma 1 air line, using small single-engine planes, seeks Io convince the Civil Aeronautics Board today it thould be awarded a 4,003-inilc, mid-western feeder air line route. Central Airline of Oklahoma City asks all' the ' flying territory; previously awarded by the bonrd to Parks Air Line of East SI. Louis, HI. Parks has never flown its routes. Central now operates over about 1,300 miles In Oklahoma, Southern Kansas, Northern Texas and Arkansas. The CAB must decide whether to continue Parks' certifirnles, approve a merger-of Parks with Mld-Con- tlncut', of Kaiisas City or award part* or all of the Par!:s routes to new applicants. Parks now says it is ready to fly Ita routes with single-engine planes. It'prefers, however, to consolidate with Mid-Continent. This merger also is • favored by Mid-Continent, although it has filed separate applications: as, an Independent carrier for the different parts of the Parks routes. Denver Line Seeks Routes Mid-Continent completed Its case yesterday and was followed by Continental Air Lines of Denver. The latter wants the Mississippi Valley portion^ of the Parks routes. The other parts, are the North Central arid the Great Lakes, so known because it was In these CAB area cases that Parks won awards. 1C. C..West, Jr., Continental vice ''president,.'said single-engine operation Cihould not be used on this .route. Parks, - o».ark t Central and Southern Bus Lines of Alexandria, La, 4 base their plans on single- 'engine planes. A; trunk, line carrier should be •warded the route. West said. Of these he said Continental would do * better: Job : that Mid-Coiilincnt, Chicago and Southern and Branlff. ' The. Utter pair have overseas as •well" »s .domestic lines to keep them busy: while Mid-Continent is more interested in the upper mid-western areas, West said. , Continental Is jthe smallest of the quartet, he' said, and would have more incentive and ability to 'develop th«. route. Liquor Export\ Firm Ordered. To Halt Sales MTLE ROCK, Oct. II. (AP)—An official effort to remove Arkansas as a source of supply for dry Mate bootleggers Is nearer complettoii,. Revenue Commissioner Dean Morley yesterday ordered Sim Export Co., Lake Village, to stop'til- ing liquor for re-sale in Mississippi. He planned to revoke Sun's license today. The Sun Export Co, Is operated by Hale Jackson, former sheriff of Mississippi County, and Dave Young of Osceola, currently serving ai.a deputy sheriff of that county. Morley also had the promises of two Port Smith export firms tint they would surrender tlielr licenses niter disposing oi their present slocks. They said they Imct stopped supplying Oklahoma bootleggers. •' The 1949 Arkansas legislature passed a law providing for the licenses of liquor exporters and levyr ing a tax on the liquor they sell. Oklahoma has a prohibition law which permits federal authorities to assist in enforcement. Morley ordered all of [he Arkansas exporters to show' cause why their licenses should not be revoked, saying their businoss might constitute a violation oi federal laws and those of the dry stales. At a hearing before Morley yesterday, officials of Sun contended that their operations do not violate either federal or Mississippi laws and Indicated they would appeal the commissioner's action to the courts. •Mississippi docs not authorize federal officers' to assist In enforcing its prohibition lav.'. Also that state levies a, "black market" tax on llq- A-BOMB ChurchWomen Resume Clinics For; Children -Th« Well Child Conferences, •ponioredi by- the 'Blytheville Council of Church" Women, will be returned tomorrow. They were cancelled in'May because of the poho- -•myeliU* epidemic. .The First Presbyterian Church will be In charge of the clinic, which opens nt 2:30 tomorrow for Negro children tinder one and one- half years of age. Mrs. Ed Rice and Mrs. B. L. Eubanks are.to assist the North Mississippi County Health Urtjt.:personnel with the clinics. . The white children will be treated »t-a : slmilar clinic on the.-last Wednesday of this month All clinics are • conducted at the health unit. 'Dr. J, E. Beasley provides medical aid. „ Clinic workers have asked that only the young children be included since the older ones can receive. Immunizations, etc., at the health unit on other dates', and because' of the large numbers of chil- College to Offer Instruction for Missco Teachers Teachers seeking additional .college credits through extension courses are scheduled to meet at the Blytheville High School ,at 1 p.m. next Tuesday, to work out courses to be given this year^ Meeting wilh the teachers '.will be a : representative of Arkansas Slate College at Jonesboro, through which the courses will be • offered John Mayes, county school supervisor, said that the courses'offer- ed would be selected from those needed by the greatest number,,anc that they would be applied towarc their teaching certificates as wer as college degrees. -A similar meeting will be conducted at the Leachville High School on 'October 28. Continued from Fag* I to be on the fringes. Som'e plants go underground, • / '• Private Industry Sets r*(tem '''Private industry, which annually Invests 15 billion dollars or more In new plants and equipment, will be urged and Influenced, "as for as government spending ca.n Influence, to gear its plans Into the ne»;atom- le defense pattern. Officials;-point out that often a new factory provides Hie nucleus for a hew?community. A plant employing 1,000 persons gives rise to a city of around 8,000. Then, If two or three related Industries move In, a city of ; '30,000 r 40,000 soon develops. The Idea s to see that such new centers are meed far enough apart to dlscour- ge atomic bombing.. •. ''Several big corporations' already re following a policy of decentrall- .atlon hi the location of new plants, lacing them In small cities or owns where atomic bombs are not kely to be dropjied. "Individuals also find that their lans are affected by Russia's pos- esslon .of the atomic bomb. "Suburban areas, being relative- safe have few attractions for a ersoh building a house. Besides, In- urancc companies and other lend- rs will tend to lake atomic safely ito consideration, when financing ew homes. ' ' : Farm Latul Values May Increase "Farm lands: around cities likewise become more attractive to i>er- ons who arc security minded: A ity family owning a nearby farm ould take refuge there if atomic Mmblng of its residence in the city .s threatened. "Real estate values thus will be nfluenced by atomic-security :'con- iderations. .While values .of .city roperty are not expected to fall, eal estate In the outlying areas Is kely to be In greater demand than jefore. "Net result of Russia's getting the atomic bomb Is likely to be a gradual change In the pattern .of city and county within the United tales.: There will be no sudden mass exodus from the large .center:, already built, with their skyscrapers and congested streets. But, as time .oes on, there will be a noticeable shift toward a smaller, fringe type of city, with low buildings and ilenty of space for traffic, parking recreation and gardening. The plan- icrs point out that such a shift Is lestrahle. Anyway, to boost clvUlai: lealth and morale, this change' h the pattern of cities, already' h progress, will be speeded by the leeds of atomic defense. It could Become the next big pump priming Job" Care should be taken that:loos automotive spring ^hackles are : no tightened to re-sult in a broken spring. dren who have previously bee brought to the clinics an age limi had to be set up. U.S. to Mediate 'Twin'Walkouts Conciliation Service Takes on Toughest Job of Peacemaking . PITTSBURGH, Oct. 11— <lTr— The government's conciliation service has taken on the biggest Job in Its history—trying to settle the twin steel and 'coal strikes. Before tlie week is out. U.S. Conciliation Director Cyrus Chlng will meet separately with leaders of the trllng CIO United Steelwofkers •nd Industry leaders. At the same time, the concilia- Ion director will watch develop-, ments In the coal strike, and coal ncluslry operators to agree to go ack to the bargaining table tomor- ow.. Neither the steel Industry nor hllip Murray, president of the teel workers, had any comment af- l*r clilng announced yesterday the government was slopping inlo the tcel walkout for the fourth time. Jcforc the strike started 11 days Another Polio Cose Listed for Missco A .seven-year-old Negro girl iva admitted to the University Hospita yesterday and Is under trealmen for poliomyelitis, today. The child is Dorothy Jean Tliur mon, who lives with her-.'aunt, Mar Fowler, at 411 West Ash Street 1 Blytheville. One oilier case has been reporte in Mississippi County this month CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglass MUSIC ago, the government :iilu!e peace efforts. made three Murray went ahead with plan.s o deliver pep talks to his 454.000 trlkcrs. The first talk Is scheduled less served oday at Youngstown, Ohio. That punch, mighty industrial town has been lit hard by the sleelworkers' walkout to support demands for free pensions and Insurance. To Seek Impediments Chfng's brief statement in Wash-, ugton that he Is setting up "separate and informal conferences" with leading steel companies and union leaders added: "The purpose of these meetings will be to consider the Impediments which exist to a prompt settle- nent and to ascertain In what ways the service might best contribute to such a settlement. Chlng left little doubt that the government all along has been gravely concerned with the crippling steel strike settled. Contracts of a half-million stv^lworkers oi articles—began expiring Saturday. They'll continue to run out through mid-December. A total of 10 small firms has I 10-cent package farm Home Circle ; • • The Farm Home Circle met Tuesday with Mrs. R. E. Adkins at the home of Mrs. John Adkins. There were 15 members present. In the absence of the president, Mrs. E, U Davis presided; During the business meeting an election of officers for the coming year was held. They are president, Mis. E. L. Davis; vice-president, Mrs. Bo yd Prulett; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Bob Martin; reporter, Mrs. J. C. Greenwell. Heads of Committees were named as follows: , Song and game leader, Mrs. Jack Woodson; child development leader, Mrs. Wcodrow Culver; flower chairman; Mrs. Gene Brown; reading chairman, Mrs. E. S. Oreenwell; clothing leader, Mrs. R. E. Adkins; foods leader/Mrs. Sam Buchanan; home management, Mrs. A. H. Pery; health leader, Mrs. E. t,. Davis, Jr.; community improvement, Mrs. Jlm'Byars; 4-H Club leader, Mrs. Verland Chapman; if home grounds. Mis .Fred Young and par- limentarian, Mrs. John Adkins. Games were played and a prize went to Mrs. Fred Young. The hos- a salad plate and fruit agreed to pay workers a pension and Insurance without employe contributions. That is the exact recommendation of the presidential fact finding board which tried unsuccessfully to head off the walkout. The Litest firms to give In to Murray are Kelsey-Hayes Wheel Company, near Pittsburgh, and the Massey-Harris Company at Buffalo, N. Y. The latter is a steel fabrica- liing firm with 2.000 employes. Kelsey-Hayes has 650 workers. Neither botanists rior physicists can explain satisfactorily the pro-, ceis by which sap rises to the tops of trees. The next meeting will be October 18, at the home of Mrs. Verland Chapman. Music Club Meets The Music Study Club met Mon day, Oct. 3, at the home of Mrs. G E. Michle. Mrs. Redman Dunham was i charge of the program. "Music and Children". Appearing in the pro gram were Bernlce Cain arid Ju liana Hawkins, who sang two nuiri bers. They were 'accompanied b; Charles Hoonie playing an autohaip a new instrument which has been introduced in the schools 'recent! by Mrs. Dunham. Juliana also play e.d a number of selections on he harmonica. Mrs. Cliff Smith was welcome, into club membership and th meeting was closed, following- routine business session. •.-.' Mrs. Michie and her co-hostessej Irs. F. S. Petty and Mrs. L. P umsten, served individually ice ikes with Halloween decorations ilted uuls ami punch. Thirteen members attended. Wesleyan Guild Meets Circle Two of the Wesleyan Guil et Monday, September 3', at th ome of Miss Peggy Robertson. Co was Miss Patricia Net :Xteen members and four nev? lembers, Misses Evelyn Sullivan. uanita Corbett, Martha Wren and itrs. Robert Hamra, were present. A routine business meeting was onducted. Mrsl Mary Jean Haskins nd Miss jeannette. Hamra had havgc of the program. IV. S. C. S. Has Meet The \V. S. C. S. met Monday eve- after 143 cases were reported In the Slat'e Health Department dv!vi an epidemic period from mid-June to the first of September. : .: Lewis Poultry Co. IS THE LATEST for rt«*> fredti M lie streets AUTOMOTIVE RS6.1.59 PARKING U6HTS -. J.23 REG. 2.75 BACK-UP tlSHT :. 2.39 RES. 11.50 PAIR FO€ LIGHTS 9.95 REG. S.7S SINGtE FOG USKT. 5.19 RES. IJ» MARKER LIGHT. .98 REG. 1.59 TRUNK GUARD ;.. 3.79 REG. 2.9S SLASS DEFROSTER 2.49 . REG. i.9S DEFROSTING ?AH . ... 5.75 ORI6. 26.« HOT WATER HEATiR ..21.95 REG. 1.45 HEATESSTAT „'. 1.19 ORIG. 1 JO GAL. ANTI-FHEEZI 1.00 KB. M.K SEAT COVERS.. 21.95 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES REG. 1.95 ALARM CLOCK...... 2.49 REG. 3.« ALARM CLOCK 1.98 ORIG. 4.95 TELECHRON CLOCK 3.95 XEG. 1.95 NUMECHROU WALL CLOCK. 5.95 ORIG. 29.95 PORTABLE WASHER 19.95 ORIG. 15.95 PETIP01NT IRON 9.95 REG. 5.95 ROYAL MASTER HEATER 3.95 ORIG. J1.15 DORMEfER MIXER 24.95 ORIG. H.95 ROASTER CASSEROLE 9.95 ORIS. 4.75 SILEX RANGE COFFEEMAKER 3.49 ORIG. 1.95 SILEX ELEC. COFFEEMAKER.. 5.95 ORIG. TSc SILEX LOX-IN GLAS FILTERS.. .39 LAWN AND GARDEN REG. 1.19 BROOM RAKE 98 REG. 1.49 LEVEL HEAD RAKI 1.29 OWG. nM SWEEPER 34.95 BIKES AND ACCESSORIES There's a reason! "job- Rated" trucks fit the Job. Tliey reduce Derating costs £ . . last longer . . . and are Bore dependable. Blytheville > Motor Co, "Soulh's Finest Service" I" Broadway & Chickasawba s for ike &ct$ *EG. J9.9S BICYCLES...'. ..34.95 RES. 49c UTILITY LIGHTS.. J5 REG. 1.19 SAFETY LIGHTS.. .98 REG. 1.19 BASKET 89 REG. I.W CARRIER 1.49 REG. 2.49 CYCLE »AGS 1.98 REG. 1.59 SIREN 1.29 REG. 1.19 HORK 1.79 RADIOS-PHONOGRAPHS Orlg. 25.95 Mod*k 21.95 Orig. 31.30 M<xW« 3s!95 Or>g. 79.« CombJixfio.... 39.9 J Otig. 129.50 CombnwKn...59.95 Or^. 144.50 CamtwxKc*...59^95 B. V. Cioodrich IIKFIAME i95 AND root Oil) TBE Lowest" price hi TlT« ye»ra for this rugged, dependable tire. fSjll depth tread, lifetime guarantee, new "ryth- mic-flexing cords" for more comfort, safety, mileage. WAYS TO CHARGE IT 30 DAT CHARGE •UDGET TERMS B.F.Goodrioh Phone 6331, Ely the vilU Ing at the home of Mrs. J. I,. Adair, Ith 13 members present. • The 'devotional was led by 'Mrs. :lay Connor. Mrs. D. J. Meredith, r., was III charge of the program. A routine business meeting was eld. . ••'.•..'•; Cup cakes and coffee were served y Mrs. Adair. The next meeting 'ill be November 7, with Mrs. Shirey Ncff. : Baptist W.M. V. The Womens MLsslonary Union of ne aBptist Church met Tuesday at he church. It was a Royal Service irogram. Mrs. W. M. James had charge of he program. She was assisted by VJrs. H. H. Brown, ' Mrs. Wesley Mayo, Mrs. J. B. Pierce, Mrs. John SVhite and Mrs. Vernon SJsco. Eleven members of this organiza- lon attended an associational W. M, U. meeting at Bjaggadocia, Mo., Thursday afternoon. Local* . - . Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dlbfcson and laughter, Dara Ann, of Cape Olr- ardeau, Mo., spent the week end icre visiting relatives and. attending the. Carutheisville fair. Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Pinion and Dr. Ralph D. Pinion left Saturday for Little Rock, Ark., and Hot Springs, Ark., where they will stay several days. . , . Mrs. Lillian Tinder spent Thursday and Friday of last week In Sikeston, Mo., visiting friends am on business. Misses Jean Alford and Marilyn Neely spent the week end with their respective parents. Both are stu dents at Southeast Missouri State Teachers College in Cape Girardeau Mo . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Culdwel are at home after spending Iwi weeks visiting relatives in Indiana. Rev. Floyd Brower spent Tuesda; in Memphis, Tenn. Parker Moody left last week fo St. Louis where he entered Barne. Hospital as a patient. Robert Earl Hudgens spent th week end with his parents, Mr. an Mrs. Earl Hudgeiis. He is a studen at Mississippi State College Starkville, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pierce spen last week with his'sister. Mr. an Continued from Paje 1 •ere received after the cards had eqii distributed- to the various •orkers, and that they need not ;ake other payments. Many out of town workers are as- stlhg with the membership cata- aign. They include Mrs. J. W. Bobbins f Steele, Mr,'and Mrs. R.'w. Nich!s of Armorel, J, C. Ellis of Barfield, . T. Moore, Brajrtoh Gill, Jr., and VJrs. Noble GUI, all of Dell, Miss lice Marie. Boss, Miss Millie Ann •fallory, Mrs, Victory Mallory and >Ilss Minnie Foster, all of Yarbro. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce, Mrs i. H. Howard and Mrs. Leroy Carer of Leachvllie, Mrs. R. J. McKinion, Mrs. Riley B. Jones of Manila, Irs. Charles Rome of Caruthers- ille, Mrs. A. E. Miller of Roseland,' rtrs. Clarence Moore' of Promised Land, Mrs. H. U Halsell of Clear e, Mrs. Marvin Hart, : Number e; Mrs. Ila Pieldi of Lone' Oak, Mrs.. C. S. Baggett of Gosnell, Philip Deer of Wilson, Mrs. T Stanford of Luxora, Mrs. Stanley Bruce of Reiser, and a Mrs. Clark from Mis James Kinder, of Pierce Cily, \fo 'ihe Kinders ha\e recently bought a home there. Shawnee. Local captains, who u* working with from four to alx membership solicitors, Include lfr«., Marion WU- llams, Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrg. R. C. Parr, Mrs. A. B. Jiggers and tin. Lillian B. Rank," working 'under Mrs. Alvln Huffman, .Jr., division leader; Mrs: Harold Bradley, Mr*. B. B. David, working with Mrs. Gil. bert Hammock, division leader. The Rev. ;G. Miessler, Mrs. Marshall Blackivd, Earl B. Snider, Mrs, James PurrieU arid .W. Ij. Tamke, working under Larry Kiieu, division .eader; Mrs. Maurice Luttrell, Mrs. Paul Oreenwell, Mf». Jam*» Hill, Jr., Mrs. Randall Hawks and Mrs, Gean Atkinson, working with Mrs, John Caudlll,'division leader. Miss Mary Jo Eaton, Stanley Zellner, Miss Emadel Swearengen, Jimmy Cassldy ana . Miss Kita Rosa Hall, working with.'Donald stone, division leader; Mis. E. S; Spradley, Mrs. Jess Horner, Mrs. Walter Day and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire, working with Mrs. Hermoh Cavlton, leader. : *'< Mrs. Byron Moore, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, Mrs.. Chester Caldwell .and Mrs. H. C. Sims, working under Mrs. Elton Klrby, division leader; Mrs. C, R. Penn, Mrs. I. R. Coleman, Mrs. A R. Weteiikamp, Miss Prances McHaney and Torn Miller, working with Mrs. W. H. Pease, division leader; and Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mrs, Mavis Settlemlre,' Dalton- Fowlston, Mrs. Ralpn Beiryman and. Slstrr Leonardo, working with Mrs. C. U McWaters, division leader. SCHENLEY STABBS Refrigeration Service and OIL STOVE REPAIR Phones 2559-554 BIylheviMe Willys Sales Co. •110 E. Main .„'• . . . makes your favorite dcink richer, mellower. -150 $^94 .LI"". +*'<n< HI! ILiUCED *HIS<r. U R00f.'i!% (I1IH KUHUU. U1IIB. «KNl[T. BISIIlieiMS, IHC. 1.1.1 "Dodoe it lorfny' bcsl HClc car i-nft( -fn ecery urny. 1 " CERAIO HYDE ' Fr«i<iico, C.lif. 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