The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
Page 12
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)/COURIER NEWS MMwest'sFeeder Lines in Demand Chkofo end Southern Particularly Hot to •rt IU«U of Parks Gratum WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. IAP) - ttuttgo and Bouthern Airlines hn.. two reaaotu for wanting the big feeder rout* the Civil Aeronautics Board .«nce awarded Park* Air They are: 1. W would giv« C and s 4,OM •He< of feeder line hi 11 Midwestern atatec. ». Mid-Continent Alrlinec of Kan- aa* City, a tlronf cival, ivoiild be beoi out of Chicago. ,; Farlus, »l(liout;h certificated, was ,MVer able to follow through. The •aat. SI. X^itiU, III., Company no* 1 •»3f« it to ready to operate the unite* with single-engine planes, v Chicago and Southern presented tU ewe to hold the routes before a Oivil; - Aeronautics oBard examiner Farkt, while ready to fly the routes, it asking the CAB to ap- JJtfOve a coiwolidation plan with Mid-Continent. This line also favors jthemerger, although it has applied for the route* as an independent carrier If the merger proposal Is •< , \>r io CAB : K. the CAB finds that Park-s Is ac4' capable of operating the routes Mid if it rejects the acquisition proposal, then it will consider the ap- ptiettiorut of other carriers for all or portions of the route*. Chicago and Southern maintains hat if a trunkline Is to operate the toder rotae, 0-and s Is the best Aoiee. It explains that the Parks Stole Will Get Only $50,000 From New Low LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 13. (/f>) _ Arkansas may receive only about »50.000 from Us new escheat law this year, Attorney General ike Miirry said ycslenlay. The law, passed by the 1949 legislature, gives the slate possession of all unclaimed personal property In the. hands of private, organisa- tions (fir more tli:m seven years. Such organizations are required to flte by Nov. I, a llst'ol such property. Muny said today most 01 the reports have been received and estimated the state will receive only about $50,000. He said the majority of the accounts are too small to Justify the required lawsuits, He added that lareest return to the stale probably will come from unclaimed deposits -ti file with utility companies. O'Nei// Is Nominated As Coast Guard Head WASHINGTON, Ocl. 13. TAP) _ President Truman yesterday nominated Rear Adm. Merlin O'Neill to be commandant of the United Stales Coast Guard. ' O'Neill was named for a four- ,'e»r term to succeed Adm. Joseph P. Parley who is retiring when his term expires Deo. 31. Mr. Tinman also asked the Senate to move O'Neill up to vice admiral. routes overlap 24 per cent of C and S's iolal domestic route mileage. Mid-continent, operating west of Chicago from Minneapolis down to Tulsa, Hoiuston and New Orleans, doe-s not have entry to Chicago. If CAB should approve Its merger plans or award it the routes. Mid- Continent would get into Chicago. .MOTOISSUOOTBR-CAR CRASH VICTIM--Billy Cagle Perkins 11 unconscious on the pavement while Efford, 58 farmer from tempt to revive him while waiting for an ambulance, Perkins was driv machine collided with Parrlsh's car at an intersection in Lubbock Tex -year-old Texas Tech student, lies Ploydada, Tex., fans him in an at- ing a new moiorscootcr when the (AP Wirephoto). ' ; v OCTOBER'is, 1949 Wife of Hawaiian '. Governor Passes ST.:LOUIS. c*t. i3-</p>-M rs . ,„• gram M, Blaiuback, wife of the governor of Hawaii, died unexpectedly Tuesday ntght after a brain operation performed Monday. Sli£ was 55 years old. .:.-,' :, , , ; A native of Springfield, Mo., Mrs Stainback c a in c to :fhe united States for removal of a brain-tui mor in June: > -, . •' ; She stayed until last week with her sister, Mrs. Geoigeia McPheeters of Springfield, entering Missouri Baptist Hospital on Friday. Her condition was described as good after the operation and her husband was advised it was not necessary to be at her bedside. ' Last nlglit, however, she took a sudden turn for the worse and died after a cardiac collapse, her physician .said. • Oov Stalnhack was immediately notified and he boarded a Pan American plane an hour later for S. Louis. Mrs. Stainback married the governor in California in 1922. Surviving, besides her husband, are two children and her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Nathaniel White. Construction of th« "Queen E\\z- abeth, world's largest liner, required the labor »/•,«• quarter-million people. ' • - • Every r l«Uer of the alphabet' 'i contained In the sentence:] "Pack mj' box wittTfive dozen' JiquoV" , . NOW ** 1/5 quart Was 55.73 mellow as moonlight Kentucky'* Top Straight Bouirbon ' Big news!...big price reduction!"... it's the same fine Straight Kentucky Bourbon. Naturally rich... naturally good. Ask' fpr it today! -f| ui; »(i!« is < mis m •« m* • MM v sit i. Htm itsmn* ti. Senate Turns Down . Fulbright Measures WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. (/!>,— The Senate Tuesday turned down two proposals offered by Senator Ful- brif?ht (D-Ark). Both measures were amendments to the comprehensive agriculture bill. One of the amendments would have increased sugar consumption quotas (ins year by 500.001) tons. The otJier would '-ive repented the sugar quntn act at the end of this year. The Arkansas F lator sharply criticised the Mi-dp], treatment eiveu sugar among farm commodities. It has been found that water made chemically pure by distillation or bailing and cooling will freeze faster than ordinary water. Come Look at All Three with Dynaftow Drive O NLY one make of car in all the land can give you the sweet 'n' easy luxury of Dynaflow Drivet— and that's Bukk. « But look how much territory that takes in —how many different-sized budgets can now afford the only drive with neither a., clutch pedal nor gears that shift. You can have Dynaflow as optional equipment on tlie tidy, sparkling new Buick SPECIAL, with its traffic-handy size, stcppcd-up roominess, and bold new front-end treatment. You can have it •, again as optional equipment, on the neat and nimble SUHRR, with its sleek'lines, 110 or 120 horsepower Fireball power plant, and triple Ventiports. And of course Dynaflow is standard SEE and HEAR '.*F..\ mn4 JWJT.V.SO.V.V equipment on that best buy among fine cars, the magnificent ROADMASTJER. There it combines, with matchless ride, the stirring lift of L50 Fireball horsepower and truly regal size and bearing. Oo look at the SPHCIAI., the SUPER and ROADMASTER, three Buicks that match almost any price range you have in mind —and remember that all of them offer the added enjoyment of Dynaflow Drive. On every one it is the same silky, sweet- handling delight. On every one it cuts driving, effort to the minimum, takes tension out of traffic, brings you to the end of day-long drives with surprising freshness and relaxation. Sooner or later we predict that you'll join the army of car owners who wouldn't think of passing up what Dynaflow has to offer. >• Why be among the late-comers? Your Buick dealer will be tickled to show yon how quickly and how easily you can have Dynaflow to enjoy— right now! itIJICK hn* nil //«»*«> f«n<iirnit Silk.* ma0 th DYNAFLOW DRIVE* . FULL-VKW VISION f fon , enlarged gha area • SWING-EASY BOOKS and eosy 0 «« s - "LIVING SPACE" INT£R/O*S with Deep-Cradle euih i ons . Buoyant -rWr'ng QUADKUFLEX COIL SPRINGING . Lively FIREBALL STRAIGHT-EIGHT POWCR with SCLF-SEWNG VALVE LIFTEKS (Dyno/low Models) p/us HI POKED ENGJNE MOUNTINGS • low-pressure fires on SAFETY-RIDE RIMS . Double- Duty VENJIPORTS • DUREX BEARINGS, main and connecting rods • BODY BY FtSHF.R . }• Thunday on Television When hatter aiKomnbilt* mrt ttaltt auiCK trill hoilil Langston - Me Waters Buick Co. Walnut at Broadway Phone 555 FRIDAY-SATURDAY at Ti rest one Beautiful Hand-Painted PLASTIC PARTY APRON Reg. 1.19 Value' Special- The American Beauty Rose is hand painted on this,apron by an artist- every stroke by hand. Pretty enough for a party - practical enough for everyday use. - UM|T _ 2 p£R CUSTQMER . ?a n i'u y eMt ?SU o hn r? T*'" 1 P. urt o aSe u Qre , We ° bl " to offer * is Wrrlfi. value. It s part of our big October clearance sale deen fu t pr.ces from every department. * deep CUt Look These Super Specials Over Quantities Limited - Come Early! COCOA DOOR MAT Side Keg. 1 .<is §138 DISHES Per Service WASHING MACHINE Reg. 189.50 $ 79 88 Sale ELECTRIC STOVE Reg, 1SD.50 188 88 (B-FT. REFRIGERATOR Reg. 22.1.50 ?1QQSS Sale 100 AM-FM RADIO-PHONO Cabinet Styles 149 50to5 249 50 OIL HEATER 60,000 BTU Keg-. inn.!ts BICYCLES 20" to 2H" Standard & Deluxe FOOD FREEZER 1ft cu. ft. 5 yr. warranty] *499 50 FIRESTONE OUTBOARD MOTOR T/i H.I'. rcjr. i«n.i)5 s..c 138 550 DELIVERY BIKE Heavy Duly, Basket Reg. 79.05 •SCflOO DU TABLE MODEL RADIO J,'. 2n.95 GE TIMER Reg. 5.95 RADIO BATTERY 1000 hr.. rcg. 6.1)5 Sale ... 9x 12 LINOLEUM RUGS 8,15 5745 . I I conic in and lot us show ynu nur champion speed grip Tractor Tire. This tire will able you Io harvest your crops al a much earlier dale regardless of ground USE OUR CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN 0.0; HARDAWAY 207 W. Main St. Blvth«vill«

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