The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 1, 1947
Page 3
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TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1947 Search for Child Proves Fruitless Grandfather, Member Of Searching Party, Collapses and Dies LEE'S CAMP. Gal., July l'. (UP) — Sheriff's deputies continued to search the swamps near lien- today for Maxeii-lnured Grclii Mary Gale, two and one half years'old, who disappeared .Sunday, rcluclanl to be- Hove that MIC luid been kidnupcd. The shock of Ihe blue-oyed child's' disappearance proved too much for I the nlliii» heart ot hcr B nii;dfather, | Monner Democratic Conurossmun * .lohn H. Tolnn, of Oakland, Calif. He died in Wostwood General Hospital at 6 o'clock last night. Tolan. 70, joined frantically In the Fonrch for iho child who" was visiting him id hi.< two-storv log house in ihc Northern California niounliiins. lie collapsed late Sunday and was rushed lo a hospital. His wife and son, John, Jr.. were at his bedside. The child's father.'William dale. Jr., assistant district .altorney of Alameda County, feared (hat she. was kidnaped. I _ However. Sheriff Melvin Schooler II said he "found no evidence" that the (jirl had been kidnaped. His deputies were inclined to believe lhal she •may have wandered into a swiinipy meadow. The. large metidow to the West of Hie Tolan home appears lo l.»\ erapr.lund dotted with l>rii>hl summer flowers. Hut actually, it is swumplniul filled with treacherous bogs, which, nccordint; lo Schooler, were deep enough to trap the small Three hundred men scoured a four-square mile area around the Tolan mountain home yesterday but found only her fo.vtprinls. The .s(er- ran down the old Red Bluff road, only 75 feet from her grandfather's cumincr home, and disappeared a • ilhalf-milc away. ~ Hunting doys were unable to follow Ihc child's scent any farther. Fears were expressed that, the child could not survive exposure to the chill night mountain air, which dropped lo near-freezing temperatures. The area where Greta disappeared .Is about 5.500 feet above sea level. She wore only a liuhl blue sweater and blue striped play overalls. U/-S. Weather Bureau in Little Rock Observes Sixty-Eighth Anniversary WTn.-E HOCK, 'Ark.. July 1 (UP)—The United Stales Wenthei 'Bureau here .celebrated its C81I anniversary today. And like r,ood violins, it im proves u'ith a.^e. When the u. S. Army Signs Corps established the first wo.thcr : LitllevRock- July '!,, 187.9, the lone weatherman took two observations daily with two barometers, two thermometers and a rain gause. New the 2-1-hour siulinn at Adams Fic.'d employs iR persons to operate the latest weather-recording devicc s to ° complicated for the layman to understand. The bureau has automatic recording themomc- ters, barometers and wind velocity and direction equipment. It uses :x light lieain and electric eye to determine the ceiling. It has other ^instruments to show, wind velocity 'and direction, temperatures and humidity up to an altitude of nearly 15 miles. Marshall Aide BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS June sets U. S. molting lorgett shipment of petroleum supplies to USSR ever mode. Some 14 Ku»ian ships loaded up at Cafifornia ports, including at least three 50,000 beire 1 tonk- ers owi one holding 65,000 borreH. ~ TtXAS' Standard Oil of (ndi&AO rations ^af in l^mitlweit Slates due to growing scarcity, feasibility of nationwide lotionirvg in fait it foreseen. Reds Get Gas-U.S. Users Get Rationed Loney Homes 21 on Boards, Commissions PAGB F\fl Washington rcimposed wartime controls on export of petroleum products after Congressmen denounced paradoxical .situation II- lustrateo* en map above. Domestic gasoline shortage is so acute rationing is imposed on midwest fa'rjn slates, rliown in black areas. Meanwhile parade of Soviet (linkers has been steaming from Cal- .ifornla ports bearing gas Mind oil shipments totalling hundreds 1 of thousands of barrels | without the moon, since it inn? upland.' have lidcs to keep its harobr elian a purl! ncl clean. NEKUS MOON The city of Liverpool, E would be almost useless as >lTl'Ui HOCK. Ark., July 1. (UP)-Gov. lien Limey yesterday . .)oinled 21 persons to committees and administrative agencies. They were: J. E. Hooch of I'ino Bluff to the Apiury Hoard for a four-year term. liicbiird T. Sleele of Coinvay to i., Bunklnu lio.ird for a fivc-yeai term. Jark Uneback of nrlnklcy lo (.lie llnr'jcr Uxamlning Board for a slx- l)r. C. A. Jlosentiaum of Little, Uock to Ihe Cancer Commission foi a thrcc-ycur term. nr. A. 11. Green, Jr., of Little Hock to Ihc Chiropractic Examining Hoard for n tlirre-yeiir term. I Hobcrls of Cliirhsville, Cicero Scu- lis ol Midland and S. A. Connaii'ih- ton of Paris lo the Coal Mine Examining liourd for four-yen r term. | Annil Taylor of Clarksvllle lo the Game and Fish Commission for a seven-year term. J. A. -FilzjaiTcIl of Fort Smith, mine Inspector lor two-year term. C. II. Counts of Ozark to the Pharmacy Xmd for n live-year term. Ople Ilartje of Conwny. ptirclms- \i\f 'agent, for n two-year term. | Joe I,. Hcainc of Lltllo Hoek, ! Veterans Scrvle c officer tor n two- year term. On n rflimnltlee of seven lo choose a state SOUK, the iiovrrnor Dinned Paul Urwllt Srhultz of .Riisscllvllle, Kenneth 1?. Oslxirne of Kii.vcttevillc. John Glenn Mot- calf of -Coiuvny. Mls s .Helen I.von of Arkadclphia, nnd Miss 'Bobble. Pursier. Mrs. Knuik VaiiBhiin and Mrs. Dena Toland, nil of Little Ftock. I.lll'OKTANT IN 1)1 KT cr on salt anil water than he can on Ball is one of Ihc most hupor- i I"" 1 ' i"-" 1 Willc1 ' wllh Ol ° sulL '«' lant nilneiids In Hie body. It Is .sol Itnportunl llml. u man can live lon K - j Head Courier News Waul Ads. One Kynthetlc fertill«r !• mtfr by synthnlzlng lapMrni* »nd q|> trie acid, then ot " form ammooltam »••»••• Don't Buy an DncyolAprdl i until you've seen • The New World Book • U'rltc P.O. Ktl* lOt * • nr Call S7W J usk fur ; Mr. Maycs George F. Kennan, former dcp- ; uly director of the National War , College, has been named director ; of the Slate Reparlmcnl's new i Policy Planning Staff. Attention KIDS! We Iiavc all Uimls of fireworks and lols of r,«od ranily am! S"'". Come on over and id'; have a BANG-IJI 1 time! Buchanan's Grocery North Highway 61 Blytheville, Ark. AutO and sNeeds! 11 f -» For This Week Only .EVERY ITEM SHARPLY REDUCED! NO MAIL OR PHON£ ORDERS QUANTimS LIMITED: HURHY IN'. SALE! WARDS VITALIZED OIL, CLEANS AS IT LUBRICATES! *j O c Salc-priccd for your savings! lVin« all your containers, slock tip now! ','''' Vitalized keeps your engine clean of pOM'cr-roliliin;; carbon, sludge and sticky varnish! Impri lubrication for longer engine life—tuU repair bills! O 2-CaI. Can 7.'.. ~~ MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS *.RE SANFORIZED 97 Regularly 2.49 Coni|ijiru llii.t vjilno! Kx- perlly Inilmccl shirlfl I lint won't slirink over 1%. V'nscd collar. WA to 17, SALE! RIVERSIDE BALLOON BIKE TIRES 1.60 'I'ongii, 2-ply cord, rubber cnnslrncl'Oti. Non-skid (read. liic, 26x2.125 in. sizo- OFFICIAL SOFTBALL Regularly 98c 88c Sale! 12-ini'lilK>r.=cbi<lo covcm! Softball. I'uic Kapok ecu lcr.l''oriiiglil-day panics. REG. 8.65 SIX BAIL CROQUET SET 5 88 Complete. Mas slripcdpolo-stylcniallcls; slakes, balls. Wooden slorage rack. 52 SALE! WHEEL SPINNER REGULARLY 65c Van-colored plastic, knob, cliroine plat- td base. Makes vvbccl control easier! .ps MEN'S BROWN LEATHER OXFORDS ARE REDUCED A7S linruniu! Wards Grenadiei) <|ualily shoes! A plateau last for extra toe room; Blunly Ncolile soles. 6-11. DOOR-EDGE MIRROR REDUCED FOR SAIL! •1* high iniaHly mirror. Chronic plated! Kasily installed—no holes lo drill! FIBER SEAT COVERS 1033 NOW SALE-PRICED! ''* todont Tailored lo yqur ear! Colorful plaid fiber, heavy cloth, leatherette trim! LIGHTWEIGHT WHITE COTTON T-SHIRT 63 Hccluced for ijiis sale! Clonl, coinl'orlable cotton 'l'-shiris for sporls or leisure wear. Crew neck. V SALE! AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC IRON 75 ofly 5.95 Dial ibc fabric for correct heal. Cbrome-platcd. finish, cool handle. With cord and plug! AC only! 11

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