The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 2, 1947
Page 6
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) qOU?p!H NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1947 CAB Investigates Beard Members Hope To Reduce Accidents In Mountain Areas .LEESBURG. Va., July 2. (UP) — Ah investigation which may point 'the way to reduction of airline ' nwnmtain crashes was started here UJday by Hie Civil Aeronautics Board. ,Ttie CAB expected to find out from the testimony of 39 wil- '^rifsses why a Pennsylvania-Central ^airliner crashed Into n nearby Blue R^fjge mountain oh Friday, killing 50 persons. 'The only crash in United Slates ajiation history with, a higher death toil was that of an Eastern Air Lime plane near Balnbridee, Md., on Mny 30. killing 53. '.' iThe investigating panel Included CAB Chairman James M. Landis. Ijindis. said he hoped thU investi- g^tlon and a broader inquiry by .President Truman's Ahv Safety Board, of which he also is' chair- rnan, would reveal means of reducing if >not eliminating terrain collisions. .. • More than 150 psrsons have died in' such accidents on U. S. airlines in) the past 18 months. •'- :The 39 witnesses included PGA officials and employes concerned with 'the flight, Civil Aeronautics Administration air traffic conirol- ]ers. CAB investigators and witnesses who saw the plane prior lo iHe crash. There were no witnesses to the crash itself. Practices for National Soaring Meet John Serafln. Tn ! fliglit at Wichita where (he 14lh Ai asurer of the IVtroi! filidor council, preiiiuvs to enter his LK-ICA islldcr !.r.- H test Falls. TO:UB. .Scrni'ln aii'l nther (;!i<ier enllmsiasts are practicing :it Shei>|>iird Field inuiiil Notional Koaniv; Meet will be held from .July •! to July 20. <NEA 'I'elepholo.t Forgery of Will Charged to Four Indictments Returned By Grand Jury in Pulaski County LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July ?.. (UP) — Four Little Rock men today face charges of forgery after xing Indicted by the Pulaski County Grand Jury yesterday. They ars William P. Dodds, D. H. Dodson, Jewel PulcrbiUigh and a [ourtn mnn who has not, been identified pending Ills arrest. Dodds and Putcrbaugh have been released under S2.000 bonds. Dod-io'i Is a patient at a Little Roek hospl- liil unil was placed under technical arrest. All four dependents are charged with forging and counterfeiting tho nill of Prank A. Dwyer, Little Hock real estate man who died Apr! 0. The jury rc]x>rl said the Toil men prepared a will on April 1C naming piitcrhnugh us executor am main beneficiary of Dwycr's estate PtitcrliaiiKh lind been a former bu partner of Uwyer. Demented Man Sought As Would-Be Murderer '. : \ ;-. •'!' . : TFAYE-TEVILLE. Ark., July 2. ;(T}PJ—'Washington -County officers wire searching' today for a cle- irientcd ' hnd dangerous would-be (ix murderer '\vho is believed to hive been seen last nlgiil. ', Sheriff-Bruce- Crider believes the man \vli'"as n irk :jiv;i , i.xrujmiu iiiL'ivui;, *MK1 Said ..„ and a companion were approached by a shabbily dressed •hitchhiker wanting to go to Van Buren. . ' The man spoke Incoherently and Good Used Furniture Is : Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS '' FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main - N Crop-Dusting Plane Dusted Too Low NOTICI: Notice is hereby ijlven tliat the indersigned will within the time Ixed by law apply to the Com- nissioner'of nevenucs of the State of Arkansas fur a permit to se^l beer at retail at S. Elm, Blylhe- villc, Mississippi County. The undersjgnpfl state.; that he s a cilia.;:) of Arkansas, o[ good noral character, that he lias nevr: 1 been convicted of a leiony or other crime involving moral lurpitude .hat no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked with in five ycar.s last- past; and lha Hie undersigned lias never been convicted of violating the laws'ot this state, or any other stale, le- laling to the sale of alcoholic li' quois. Cecil V. Connell Subscribed and .sworn to before :nc this J day oi July, 1947. Mrs. Marshall iBIuckard i SEAL) ' Notary Public. My commission expires March 0, 1349! 1,2-3 Rcp.d Courier News Want Ads. Too Late to Classify Help Wanted '" Woman lo clean J-i'ooin iiinrlmpiu ccok tU'O llK'lils dully for ony IK.I.SOU HtiUfs 8 u.ui. lo 2 11.111.. o ( | ftvb u .',,,^ Sunday ott. Apply 700 \\Vst Waliiul plioiie 21KM). 7 ^-<ii,.u For Rent Hmtil] furnlshctl tlousy. AfHU's n"iv I'llone 2041J, 7 2-'ji;'(3 llooiiis. 313 North Utll at. •••TV,!."-! .--.•MB*.-.. - U&K.^. —•^^.','~ "'• ' 2-room furnlRtic<l upartjnc-tu vn ,.i,[irl ion. Cull 920 lifter 6 ], ' .' 2-;:k.O -. >>1 TO' ':.—^.•JT-~~— '"- '•i&.uv^"-. /\\ i. '.' No. Missco Men Enlist Two North Mhnissippi Counjy men have enlisted in the Air Forces for three-year periods. Staff Sergt. Don C. Seal, of the Recruiting Sla- ion here, .saict today. They are El- .on L. Lawson. =011 of Harry E. Lawson or Ulytheville, and Rex W. Klies. Jr.. son of Rex w. Hughes. Sr., of lillffnia]!. A stark pile o crusting plane who saw the f cha ranu )>]:ine .- '5fe^., irrcd rubble ;ncd into it coining, go 1 is all II hilling pilot Stephen Jucid, 28, Cos Palos. Calil.^Mrs. Robert McKesslck ciiit of tlv- house jfn'st. in time. iNEA Telephoto.l liat rom^in:! ol a ranch house near Cho\vcliilla. Calif., alter a crop\ ^ Phone 2487 tehavcd strjnncly. McKcc said. Then he disappsarcd on Highway REMOVAL The law offices of Ed ». Cook will be removed lo I he Jqe Isaac liuildinj?, Main and Hailroncl, on nr about July 7, and will lie 'temporarily located in (lie Heal Eslafe Office of Oscar Alexander al 107 West Main Street. 11 aioilt a mile from West Fork. McKce furnished Sheriff Crider a description—between 25 and 30 years old. about six feet tall, weight about 183 pounds, and wcariiiK light blue shirt. Lightning Kills Farmer Standing in Cotton Shed .'\RKADEL!>:HIA. Ark.. July 2. i U.P.I—.Funeral services aiv bcii,;; planned today tpr Edgar Belcher. 45-ycar-nld fnnncr of the Arnold CTcinninnUy. who \vas killed by li;;hlniii<> yc.Uerduy. lie was stand• in;; in n cotton shed with two other men the bolt siruek. Ills' 1'ompnnion.s were not injured. L/ghtrtiug Kills Youth Another Man is Injured BRUNO. Ark., July 2. (UP -Ray Edward PyU?, 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf I'ylc o[ Bruno was killed by lightnini,' wiiile in a barn with his father and brollicr- in-la\v yesterday. Ilinno is in Marion County. The trio was in the barn milking when yum:; Py!e walked to a window lo watch a .severe electrical storm. lie was killed instantly by a bolt of lightning \vhich also burned liis brother-in-law's face, broke the ICR of one cow and kilh-tl several chickens. Tlio Iiithcr was not injured. Rugs Cleaned Safely! Careful handling safeguards color and textures. Have them cleaned while you're vacationing. Complete resizing. Work guaranteed! PEERLESS CLEANERS UC So. Franklin PHILLIPS GG (S CONTROLLED* TO GIVE YOU SMOOTH POWER DELIVERY! You know it takes control to put a called strike ovor the outside cor- nei" — it takes control, too, to make a gasoline that will produce uniformly powerful performance — every season of tlie year! You get that control in Phillips Gtil r'hillips high-quality gasoline components are selectively blended to give you high quality ]>erform- auce no matter how hut or cold it gels! Stop at your nearest Phillips (i(> Dealer and try Una "controlled" gasoline in your car. See if you can't fed the difference. Plione 2433 PHILLIPS 66 GASOLINE CLEAN REST ROOMS AT PHILLIPS 68 STATIONS Refreshing pause BOTHED UNDER AU1HORITV OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CU. ot BLYIHEVILLE thai you | the correct selling • » prices of the following NEW BUICKS 2-l)oiir S u ecial ................ $1842.00 - S10HD.OO Super ................. $2005.00 S20S(i.OO Roailinastcr ... ......... $2251.00 S2:17S1.00 "Includes factory etiuipped Undcrscal Heater, Radio, etc. The above prices arc cstablishotl under I lie handling, delivery, and tvaiiHporlalion as allowed under ihc O.T'.A. and arc given you with the hope thai you will refuse lo nay the excessive prices; asked hy some iluriiiK this unfortunate shnrlajre n!" jiutoino- biles. Help us si amp out Ibis "Hlack MaiUel." We do NOT a. Sell new cars lo dealers. I)..Knowingly sell (o individuals who buy for resale. L'. He<|iiire ;i trade-in lo obtain delivery of a new car bul if you do have a car (o dispose of. we would appreciate your trading it lo us. d. Kcqnite you to purchase many accessories you do not need. c. I'enali/e you by makinp an unjustified low allowance for I he car you trade. 3. Wha ivery! We assure you that everything is being (lone lo increase production of liuick cars which is limited only by availability of materials. Our rclsiil deliveries are being made in .scejtieuce of order acceptance by model. We solicit your patience in I lie nowledgc we are doing our best lo speed Ihn process. So when K oi)il friends nsk ns, "How do 1 gel one »f those r.iurks?'', our foTthright answer is always (he same: "Sign tip for one, .sir, al om-e. The sooner we have your firm order for one, I he sooner you starl climbing up our customer lisl. -> LANGSTON-WROTEN CO. Walnut and Broadway Telephone 553

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