The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1950 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 15, 1950
Page 14
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U KOUMTUUN 2 Men in 'Copter Rescue Woman In Niagara River Pair Risk Lives As f'tnt Craft Explodes; Second Finishes Job NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y., May 15. Two men In a helicopter risked tlieir lives today to save a woman clinging to a rock above the Horseshoe Palls of the Niagara River. A dramatic rescue was effected with a second helicopter, after the first had-pitched Its two occupants Into the water and exploded. The woman, Mrs Jeannette Bugay, 55, of Niagara Falls, suffered from shock and exposure and was hospitalized. Her husband Sternum] Bugay, » ta.vicab driver, said she had suffered a nervous breakdown and had been ill for some time. Two park employes. Herbert Sedita and John Paonessa, heard her screaming as she clung to a rock 75 feet from an island about 300 feet above the Horseshoe, or Canadian, Palls. Sedita fastened a rope around his waist, and waded into the swift current, He was swept off his feet. Paonessa hauled him back. The Bel! Aircraft Corporation then dispatched Owen Q. Niehaus, 28. and Joseph A. Cannon, 30, in a helicopter. Engine Explodes The pontoon - equipped craft landed on the water near the woman but nosed over. The engine exploded. Niehaus and Cannon, •were pitched into the river. Neihaus and Cannon struggled back aboard. The helicopter drifted toward the cataract. It caught on a root, however, and the men managed to lash Mrs. Bugay to the undercarriage while they awaited help. Shore rescuers twice tried unsuccessfully to get a rowboat to them, then summoned another helicopter. The second helicopter arrived hovered low enough to drop one end of a rone ashore, then dropped the other end to the stranded pilots. The rope was then used to plin the rowboat to the wrecked helicopter. First ashore were Mrs. Bu- _BLYTHKViLLE (ARK.) COURIER NKWS Obituaries Dell Woman Dies In Hospital Here Services for Mrs. Sidney JYances Schleuter, 68. will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a.m. nt Saffel, Ark Burial also will be lu Saffoll Mrs, Schleuter died a t 5 „ ,n Saturday nt Walls Hospital where she liad been a patient for about ten days. She had made her home for approximately ten years with her daughter. Mrs. J. T. Malin of Dell Survivors Include Mrs. Malin and two other daughters, Mrs. Cleoplias Doyle of St. Louis and Mrs. Damey Rices of Dell; one son, alton Schleuter of SI. lau\ s - and two brothers. Charley Cason or SValnut nidge. Ark., and Ed Casou of Flint, Mich. Son Discovers Body of Mother Mrs. Fannie Wray, 6D, was rouml dead in bed Saturday, arternoon nt her home southwest of Milligan Ridge on Buffalo Ditch near Manila Death has been attributed to natural causes, Deputy Sheriff Lee Baker, of Manila, said today after investigation. She was found by her son, Willie Porter, of Caraway. Jimmie Porter another son. who lives in North Carolina, is (lie only other survivor Howard Funeral Home of Manila .5 in charge of arrangements. • * . Williamson Infant Dies Donald Williamson, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlcv Williamson or Luxorn, died yesterday at (j pm in Walls Hospital. Funeral services are ten In lively scheduled to be held at 2 pm tomorrow In tlie horn? in Luxorn. The child Is survived by his parents, three brothers. Ronald, Edgar and Charley, Jr.; and one sister. Betty jean Williamson. There are almost 3,003 viuictlcx of wiidflowers in tlie Colorado Rocky Mountain foothills. gay and Niehaus. Cannon made It in thn second trip. Mrs. Bugay was taken to St Mary's hospital, where it was reported her condition was "uncertain." Employment Rise Expected During Year WASHINGTON, May 15. W,- Tlie Labor Department says it looks like more people will have Jobs this ! ' C ?, r ,,n" lasl lmt ""employment will still hang heavy over some areas. It noted a sharp Improvement in jobs between January niid March, and estimated more than 60000000 persons may be working at the midyear high tide of employment The department's Bureau of Employment Security based its optimistic outlook in part on the opinions of employers who were Interviewed by stale agencies. •'Employers in three-fourths of the 100 major (production) areas anticipate increases in factory piiy- colls." Robert c, Goodwin, bureau director said in the report made public last night. "In one-fourth (of the areas) the increase Is expected to be of sizeable proportions," he added. Tlie report foresaw the probability that unemployment would continue (a plague son.e areas while tolal employment Is relatively high Even CO.uOO.OOO jobs, once set a.-i a national full-employment, goal, "is no longer adequate to meet the: employment needs of the country" due lo the increase In population and workers, Goodwin said. RITES Continued fiom Page 1 Law School al Bloomington. He also attended Georgetown University in Washington, D. c. Mr. Greene began the practice of law in Petersburg, Ind. He came to Blythcville in 1900 and began a law practice in Osceola in 1911 with A F. Barhnm. He served as a captain with the American Red Cross in Europe during World War I nuct renewed his law practice in Osceola following the war. One of Osceola'.s early community leaders, Mr. Greene organize:! that city's first Boy Scout troop and was one of the first scoutmasters there. Was I'rosrculin; Attorney In I!)26, he opened law offices In Blythevillc and later served as deputy prosecuting attorney under Prosecuting Attorney S. L. Gladish Baccalaureate Service Held for Osceola Seniors HaccataiirenLc .seniors &t the First Methodist Church nt Qsccola at 7:30 p.m. yesterday marked the itial event of graduation for 31 niors at Gsccohi High School. The Rev. It. J. Couchmc.n, pastor of the First Methodist Church, delivered the baccalaureate sermon. His message was preceded by the processional played by Mrs. Gil MnsLin and an invocation given by the RCV. W-J. Fit/hugh, rector for (he Calvary Episcopal Church at O.sceoia aiut St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at niylhcvllle. Before the sermon the congregation sang "Holy, Holy, Holy," and C. Franklin Sanders, superintendent of Osceola Schools made announcements of other graduation, activities. The Osceola High Scho'ol Glee Club presented the "Holy City" by Adams. Afier the Rev. Mr. Coachman's address the congregation sang. "Onward. Christian Soldiers." and the Rev. Ij. T. l-awiencc, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at Osceola gave the benediction. The audience remained sealed while the seniors marched out to a recessional played by Mrs, MnsUn. Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, president of the University of Arkansas tt-il! jjive the commencement address. Negro House Burns A Negro house at the corner o Tenth and Railroad Streets on tin Federal Compress lot was. destroyed by fire at 12:50 p.m. today. Identity of the owner was not known. Tito Denies Intent To Annex Trieste ROME, Ma 15. (AP) — Premier Marshal Tito told Italian radio listeners last night he has no Intention of annexing the Yugoslav zone of the Trieste free lerrltor. The Yugoslav chief' denied charges, made by many Italian po- liticans. in an interview broadcast, over the Italian National Radio In the interview, which Radio Italy said was recorded in Belgrade, the interviewer told Tito the Italian pnv.s was concerned over the restrictions recently set up by Yugoslavia on crossing the frontier in the Trieste free territory. MONDAY, MAY IB, 1MQ Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS III May 15. f,T>,— (USDA) — Hogs 15 500 ? wclshls ISO Ibs up opened 10 to 25 higher than average Friday- id viincc liui-fly lost hUer; lighter wights .strong to 25 hlglier; "sows 2D lusher: bulk good and choice 1802<10 Ibs 19.60-85; top 20.00 for few loads oarly; later sales around I960' few 19.50: 250-270 ]I H ID.IO-SO-otlci lots 275-300 Ibs 18.60-19.15; 140-170 Ibs medium ami E0 t>d 100-130 II, pics M.00-17.00; good and choice sows .100 Ibs down 10 25-17 no' 410-500 IDs I5.25-1C.OO: ' heavier weights M 25-15.00; stags 10.00-1200 Cattle 3500; calves 1400; one-nine demand broad with sellers ask B unevenly higher prices: some sales fully steady to strong on high good steers at 28.50-29.73: heifers an mixed ycnrllngs strong.. R00 d to low choice 27.00-30.00; common an medium 22.00-20.50; cows active am strong to 25 higher; good cows Watches, Rings Reported Stolen Two watt-lies, two rings and about 30 raits in change were reported laken from the home of Mr and Mrs. John Mcrtcns, Dlyihevillc lit 4, last night. Mrs. Mortens said she and her liusbnnd were not In the house frojn 6 lo 11 p.m. last night.' ••When we returned," she said, 'we found the house in a mess and our i-iiiRs and watches gone. I haven't missed anything cL«e and I "ness that's all the; got." Mrs. Mertcns said she planner! to report the theft to the sheriff's office. Czechs Reprimanded LONDON. May 15. M') — Britain has ordered the C?>cchostovak embassy in London to halt its information activities, H was disclosed today. Arms Cache Revealed HONG KONG, May 15. OP)—Police arrested 10 men after uncovering an arms cache yesterday In British territory opposite Hong Kong. Police arrested 12 men Friday on suspicion of commlting acts of terrorism. ' Red-Held U.S. Airmen Catch Plane for Home MANILA. Tuesday, May 15. M')— Racing homeward at high speed j after being held captives of the! Chinese Communists for more than 19 months, the American airmen Elmer C. Bender and William c. Smith took off In a special Navy plane early today from Guam and Pearl Harbor. It was late Monday that Marine Mnslcr Sgt. Bender and Navy Chief Electrician's Mate Smith arrived by ship at Hong KOIIR. Almost immediately they were whisked to The U.S. Coital Guard maintains a lighthouse, radar station and automatic fog horn on the Paral- lon Islands, off San Francisco. of Osceola. He married Mrs. Wilo Tanner Blythc Dec. 20, 1320. He was a member of the Blytheville and Arkansas bar associations, Osceola's Masonic Lodge No. 27 and the First Methodist Church of Dlyihevillc. Survivors include his wife, two SOILS, Robert I. Greene. Reiser, and Donald B. Greene, Memphis; ami five daughters. Miss Kahhryn Greene. Cape Oiriirdenu, Mo.. Mr.s. W. I,. St. Louis. Mi.sse' Elizabeth and Evelyn Blythc. Bly- llievillc, and Mrs. Ralph Odley • Lexington, Ky. ' [ Other survivors are nine grand- > children. Omar, Virgil, Kenneth, I Donald and Mary Ruth Greene, all of Reiser; Judith Greene, Memphis- ; William Rossmnn, Jr.. St. Louis] ! and Elaine Blythc and Harriet Ann Odlcy of Lexington. around 21.00-2a.00; common and medium 10.00-21.00; fanners and cutters 15.00-19.00. 44 THANKS FOLKS for waiting all this time for your new Chrysler or Plymouth. Now that our pro- duction lines are rolling again, we'll soon be able to show you the finest Chryslers and Plymouths in all our 25 years ... so come in and see us. We'll give you a dem- onstration of beauty and performance that will repay you handsomely for waiting. \ \ *f*^S£S^3^^t^^S^^^. ^^ ^V T. I. SEAY Motor Co. o 131 E. Main Street MOTECT YOU* «I«KT to DJIJVE . . . YOU* MftMINes ...HOHI...IANK XCCOUMT Comply wrtt H« lii bllrry l«w— litirt wff* ff SAVE MONEY W. L. Walker, District Agent 200 Isaacs Bldg. Bus. I'honc 3130 Res. Zli: X^^FAPklBt /^.JINIURMiet !&&£!•!! rV,.S./-/. USED CE SALE, NEVER BEFORE HAVE WE CUT PRICES SO LOW! Many of These Appliances Have Been Used So Little They Look Brand New-Yet Theyre Drastically Reduced! ComelnandSeeTiieseEoaranteedBargains! ^ ^^ ••• ^k. ^B. ••_ _. _ -—^ 79.95 139.95^ 169.95* 179.95 199.95 1-GE REFRIGERATOR... one year warranty 1-GE REFRIGERATOR .. one year warranty 1-PHILCO REFRIGERATOR. ..4 year warranty 1-GE REFRIGERATOR..4)yr. warranty . 1-GE REFRIGERATOR. .4iyr.warranty . . . . ,,,._ 1-GE FREEZER..4yr.warranty ...,,.. 225.00 1-GE RANGE . . lyr. warranty .... 139.00 1-GE RANGE . . 1 yr. warranty .... """'" 1-HOTPOINT RANGE . . 6 mo. warranty 1-MONARCH RANGE.. 6 mo. warranty . . 1-MONARCH RANGE .. 6 mo warranty 1-GE ELECTRIC WASHER.. 6 mo. warranty .' 1-GE ELECTRIC WASHER.. 6 mo. warranty 1-Lge. DELUXE ABC WASHER.. 6 mo. warranty 1-ABC WASHER . . 6 mo. warranty . . 1-ABC WAS WASHER., mo. warranty BENDiX, 47 model, 6 mo. warranty GE TELEVISION ... 3 month warranty 159.95 75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00 69.95 94.75 99.95 75.00* 75.00 99.00 ---•—•••»•• »( ^(» • • ^i • • «. • t B J f ^^M \. M 1-PHILCO 7i UPRIGHT FREEZER,4yr.warranty 15900 1-MONARCH BUNGALOW RANGE, 6 mo. war'nty 69 00 1-THOR AUTOMATIC . . asis . . , . .4995 USED ICE BOXES as low as 39.95 KITCHEN But Marked Down . . . Different Sizes . . . Some Damaged, Others Perfect. Check the Sizes to Fit Your Needs! HUBBAR MOKE APPLIANCE CO. Phone 4409 ' Blythevillc

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