The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 30, 1947
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ifAflB BLVTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY; JUNE so, 1947 Crdighead Man Tractor Fuel Ignites 'Causing Explosion; Slaying Investigated J (Bf United J At least three Arkansas persons «ed violently o\er the week-end, ape in a traffic accident, one from injuries In. an explosion . and.'the third following a shooting near Wrightsvllle. I John.Sanderlin, Jr., 21. or Moiitl- Cfilo. v,as fatally injured when his •puck left Highway 81 ' four miles south, of. Monticello,. and. crashed into a" tree. •'Sancterlln's body was <ourid by Cecil Riley and W. L. I?oss of the New Home community Where it had been thrown from tfie truck in 1 the crash. Hogan Cops Chicago Open To' Regain Position As Top Money-Winning Goffer CHICAGO. June 30. (UP)'—Ben , Hot'an, Hershey, Pa., was back on 'jtb'p'us the nation's liest paid tour•', i nament joUor today alter picking '' up (he $2,000 check which wont with 'first- place in tlic "Chicago Victory Open. ' , Hpgau's .victory yesterday boosted fiis 1047 tournament earnings to $10,501 and put him back in the top -spot he held throughout 1946. Ho turned In a sub-par score hi every one of his four trips aroimrt tile''comparatively easy Westward Ho, course. His total — 270 strokes for , 12 holes — was 14 under par and the lowest score e'ver recorded In t|ie match. Slamming Sammy Sncud. llov Springs. Va.. failed to recover from ."'What Gasoline Shortage? a .22 caliber rifle. • Officers arrested Hoy L. COJSPV, 33-year-old son-in-law of Mnsln- gill for questioning today. Cossoy ple-8bo»rd," • • • • The 4312-ton Danish, craft sus-' talJUKl bow damage and had a reported seven feet of water in the hold.' GoW .bullion .is that fold which is not fabricated Into coin or other artlciles. teoTitcs, Iml In very small .qunnu- Platinum is found in iron me- Raud C.oiirier News Want Ads.. {•'At Jonesboro M H. Loggnins,; 61--' received knltc and bullet Injuries year-old Gipson Switch farmer, I In an argument and fight with h!j died in a hospital of burns suffered ic-an'explosion at his home Saturday Loggainb ind his brother'wcr'A '•tteftip'UtifF. to start a fire when; a spark fell into a can of tractor'fuel .which exploded. '' In Little Rock.-offlcersicontinuMJ their 'investigation into the 'Slaylny •1" J W Majsmgllli 'eo^year-old Wrightsvllle firmel Maslnglll 'died «rr route- to- a Uttlc Rock'hosp.lUd Saturday night aftei being shot with father-in-law. Meanwhile, at Tcxarknna officers arc investigating the slaying of William Murdock, 29-year-old McCur- taln, Tex., farmer,, following, a shooting at the home of his estranged wife. Jess Abcrnathy, ill, of Broken Bow, Okln., remained Iti a critical condition in a Texarkaua 'hospital. Officers said the two men were arguing over Mrs. Murdock. UMSNT American farmers have more mechanized equipment than any other farmers in the world, but and then Oscar Sayles likes to use his team of oxen to plow his fields near 1 Roc ton, WU. BRUSHES Made of 1 high quality' Drop.forged '-. [ronvs TIRE PUMPS A dependable quiet a c f \ n g ump. Enameled arrol of scam- 1c s s iub!ng. Sturdy bo'o and long rubber hoie. IGNITION CABLE SETS Give your 4 car new x power and J (ficiency. i Mr. America Selected by AAU Judges CHICAGO. Juno 30. (UP) — Steve Reeves was so happy today he felt like throwing a 500-pound barrel Into the air. : Reeve.s, a shy, blue-eyed, 21-year- old Oakland, Cal., war veteran, had been crowned "Mr. America of 1947:" Until ycst«rday Reeves was Just plain "Mr. Pacific Coast." For two consecutive, years, regional anni- tcur athletic union judges had voted him the most handsome, the most personable, the most mu;-x:u!ar in in between the Rocky Mountains find the Pacific Ocean. Last night the National ^ male beauty contest judges expanded his territory to the rockb'uind coast of Maine. They, decided that he probably wos the only man Ir. the U. s. who really could lift himself by his own bootstraps. Reeves' stacks up six feet, one- Inch tall and has wavy brown hair 18118-Inch biceps, a 43-inch chest relaxed and 51 Inches Inflated, A 129-Inch waist, 251114-Inch thighs 17 718-inch calfs, and a 173|4-incl- neck. Insurance Men In Blyrhevilie Elect Officers W. O. Ouerln Sr.. Blythevillc jrunch infinager of Ihe.Fiit'iners and Bankers Life Insurance Co., was ccled president of tnc lilythcville \ssoclation oi Life Underwriters at he group's monthly meeting Saturday at the Hotel Noble, lie succeeds Lynn W. Brcrwn. J. A. Hryant \vc»fi elected vice! president niul Jack Powell was niuned secretary-treasurer. Five men were named to serve as Board of Directors. They arc C. K. Kdds. O. J. Rodgcrs. J. D. Futch, E. H. Ford and L. E. Old. .Ir. New committee chairmen appointed were T. W. Wyatt. meet- Inss; E. a. Chiles, laws and legislation; W. O. Ouerln Jr., education and publicity; J. L. Thompson. Jr.. llnnuce: E. H. Ford, membership; and L. E. OUi, Jr., programs. The term of oflke for the new officers, directors and committee chairmen bcyins tomorrow. Army Transport, Danish . . Vessel Collide in Fog BOSTON, June 30. (UP) — The Army transport St. Albans Victory, was struck amidships by the Dan- Isli motor vessel Bolivia in a pea- soup fog off the Nantucket lightship early today and those aboard the transport took to lifeboats. Radio reports from Coast. Guard planes said that brier ' glimpses t/hroiigh the curtain of. fog showed, a lifeboat alongside the 7.C07-ton transport "with a ntmrber-o:'peo- IT'S NEW •• With 12 Month Unconditional Road Hazard Guarantee * yVe Invite You to Come in and See the TIRE that has been Livestock Milkiug a cow three times daily usteud. of two, increases her milk production 20 to 25 epr cent. i disastrous third round and fin- shed with 274 ami second place In tourney.' Ellsworth Vines, 'former tennis star from Los Angeles, was thir;l with 275 and Jim Ferricr, Australian-born pro who won the Professional Golfers Association tournament at. Detroit last week, \v:is fourth with 276. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, June 30. (UP) (USDA) — Livestock: lions 14.500-, salable 12,SOO; uneven; steady to 25c lower than Friday's average. Bplk good and choice 160 to 240 L'js., $24.75 to $25; to!>. *35: two small lots. $2525; 250 to 270 Igs., $24 to $24.75; 270 to 300 Ibs., $22.50 to $24.25; 130 to 150 Ibs., $23 to $24.50; 100 to 120-lu pigs, $20 to $32; good 370 to 500- Ih sows. ,$18 to $13.25; heavier weights, SIC 50 to $17.75; most stags, $13.50 to $15.50. '. Cattle 0,200; salable 4,500; supply fairly liberal, with around' 60 loads of steers on sale.i.A^jii'o.stl- nmtely 25 ]ier cent of receipts cows. Opening trade generally steady, but linking in, aggressiveness. Ohe strong of 80 yearling steers, grading good and choice..$21.10; a,.few loads of good steers, $24.50 to $26.50; medium to good heifers and mixed yearlings, .around $20 to $25; little done on cows. -^ few-good kinds, $17; common and •medium. $13.50 to $1(1. - • . • Too Late to Classify For Sato Florence titlih-top 5 burner stove in Hood condition. Ph. 2304. 6|30-pk-7|8 Marc, Nort: nillcli goats. SOD Hai vi; Lewis, nice track. oJ,-pit-9 Nmv six room liouse with bath. Three blocks from main on l4Lly St. Will consider cur In deal. Call 2295 If Interested In a. good buy, 3Q-p*-8 MERCHANTS Koyi:l inenl cases. walk-In coolers, re- frl^crhtors. iind b«veraK« coolers uje tivjtllablL' for InimeUiate delivery. AUto ice crcnm cabinets and conipressqrs. S« Dsll Scott. 1211 W. Mnln or phoilf 22GO. 6>21-ck-1l23 For Rent Hod room. 022 W. Main. Ph. 2356. 30-plc-6]7 Wanted to ftent Unfurnished Apartment or liouse. For yoiinij cciuple. Write Guy Trtece. General Delivery. Dlythevllle. 6|30-pk-113 As a tire user, you are naturally interested in developments in tire manufacture that mean a real SAVING in your tire expense. J In order to make sure that these ttrcs would meet every requirement of the kind of driving you NOW want to do, our factory subjected them to over 1V4 Million Miles of severe road testing before offering them to the. public. In these tests the tires were heavily overloaded, and in addition, were driven at sustained speeds of 50 to 60 miles per • hour alt day long, day after day after day. Not alone because of these teats but also because of the exceptionally fine service, these Gates POSTWAR Tires art NOW delivering to our own. customers, we sincerely recommend them to you. -: K ^,,^.^,, • X -i-y»H}pB5P--'~ — ~— '-• «••• It will be a pleasure to show yon these POSTWAR Now .7 RAYON CORD 'fa Gate* Tires . Available, now in ALL Truck Tin* «ad in some P«*a«n-, g»r Cu six**. You will h»T» it in ALL. Cat** Pau*ng*r Cu •»«• u taoo. a* thtx supply oi r»yoa coidj GATES TIRES and the proof of their very definite saperiority SH ELTON MOTOR CO. Sales 119 West Ash Street Servke Phone 438 EVERYTHING YOU WANT WITH Sec this better-than-evcr 19^7 Mercury at our showrooms . . . you'll like the smooth-flowing lines . . . the deftly placed chromium accents . . . the super-comfortable, two-tone interiors! Come in. today! w,; IIF.N you stop in to see these handsome Mercury models, take time to visit our up-to-the-minute Service Department. We'll give your car real Mercury service . . . the kind of service you've been looking for—service that's fast, thorough, courteous and economical. It's our way of friends! STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. Will-rfie 4k of July belabor Da/for you ?.. ! Lots of things could go wrong to spoil that wonderful weekend trip you've planned. Big tilings .. .like tire or engine trouble. Little tilings ... like windshield wiper failure during a summer storm. Troublesome things .. .like ;i burned-out headlight. Upsetting things . .. like the wrong road without a good road map. Why not let your nearby ESKO Denier keep the fun in your Fourth with a thorough car-check? Tie knows what your car needs for hot weather performance. He'll inspect... lubricate... ami put it in top- notch running shape for that big 3-day weekend or vacation trip you're starting. JUST A WORD Or ABVICt-don't wait too long. You can avoid the last-minute rush by taking the car to your Esso Dealer's now., .loduy. While you're there, get a free, accurate Ksso Hoad Map of the roads you plan to travel. AND ONE OTHER SUGGESTION ... has-c your ESKO Dealer put in fresh, long-lnsting Esso Motor Oil — it's unexcelled. Then fill 'cr up with powerful Ksso Extra Gasoline ami you'll be olf to a lively start... a great holiday weekend—and remember when you're at the wheel that CAREFUL DRIVING PAYS I 112 Walnut St. Phon* 3479 STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF H fw JERSEY State Highway 18 _ ' . §lytb«viU«

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