The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1950 · Page 6
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PACE SIT (ARK.) COURIER NEWS >ike Crashes ;[ !\.| Grow; Parenfs ji ! ^ ,^i,,j, r i»u^ f npt..llc AI trmoc* rn (oirtlall ano'Krr ilJJrdit 1 . wlirn It) oal o( injured ir\ Iraf/ie «e •iCf, 'V "i'f Farfnti muil take th* initiative in cxMJnwiine children on Irafficf ttttiy H another 4f»th and injury c i5 to b*> forrstalkJ, th« ro- itfidf/it intriligalion unit ad- Brtu I .V) »lul 1JO p. A frequent headline. Do your part lo been siirh stories out of the Courier News, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1050 Signal left turn by poinlinr and uinltif head fa left; Avoid •harp (urns. Signal stopi Ilk* this. Not* of arm and open palm, Avoid sudden (tops. Siirnal for rieht turn. Note urn angle and open linjren. Don'l wave your arm. Don't ever do this. It obscures Vision, makes steering hard, and cukes balancing difficult. Always walk bike across heavy traffic, ,A dozen uteps may save an ambulance ride. HEY KIDS, BE CA.RF.FVLl— It is not always the motorist's fault when his car runs into a bicycle, plenty of youngsters wheeling around the streets don't know that they risk injury or death by stunts, careless riding «nd'failure to give the proper signals. Study the pictures above, learn the hand signals and use them. Increasing Traffic Causes Bicycle Hazards; Blytheville Riders Given Safety Precautions Worth D. Holder, manager of the Chamber of Commerce, one of the sponsors of the Blytheville Bicycle Safety Day, said today, "These bicycle safety rules are to be used even after sarety day. They aren't Just to be used for one day and then forgotten. The rules were given to all entrants in the sarety day events. They are very important to re- member. The hicycle riders should know that the same precautionary measures used in riding an automobile are also used whet] riding a bicycle. You bicycle riders should practice these rules to let automobile drivers know what you are planning to da ro that they may avoid hitting you in case of turru and quick slops." "The Fourth of .July holiday is Just ahead and along with the significance of the day comes the disturbing thought of the horror it may bring through its accidents toll, "warned Dr. Matt L. Ellis. President of the Arkansas Safety Council, today. -.Tlit holiday loll is always tragic uid appalling, said Dr. Ellis, pointing out that this year it threatens to b« even worse than usual. Traf- are up and trailic surcs Tor reducing the rourth or July Whsn upsel slomarti. poof ippttite fie volumes deaths for 1950 are on the increase by 11% over \949, said Dr. Ellis. Glim Tragedy Drowning!!, carlessncss with Tires and fireworks are the other factors making the holiday period one of grim tragedy and horror. To help Arkansas citizens be alive, on the fifth, the Arkansas Sarety Council suggests the following mca- < = »i.l S.S.S. Tonic BOO. Mtmight lo work where wcnk- . tive juices ft* lh« blrxxl KKl* n-.nl h<rlp from Ilie f<«vt you ral. At any TIRED WEAK RUNDOWN WATER Is Your Cheapest Commodity ... USE IT FREELY! Blytheville Water Co Blytheville, Ark. Wind Tunnel Being Built LOS ANGELES. June 21. (/Tj—A new "hot" wind tunnel designed for studying the broiling temperatures supersonic planes must withstand is under construction at the University or California at Las Angeles, Speed of air traveling ' through the tunnel will range from 1105 to 1400 miles an hour, far above that, or sound, which travels at a rate of about 150 miles an hour, Atmospheric friction at these speeds Is expected to produce temperatures in the plane up to 570 degrees Fahrenheit. Newly designed cooling systems to protect pilots from this heal, will be studied under the direction of Ear] Janscn of the UCLA research department. Chinese Reds Tame Lake SAN FRANCISCO M'/—The Chinese Communists say they -'have tamed Poyang lake, which flooded about 2.500.000 acres of farming land last year and contributed to China's current famine. The lake fed by the turbulent Yangtze, is located between Hankow and Nan- king in east central Cliina. A Communist broadcast said more than 120.000 peasant repaired and strengthened 1,800 miles of dikes around the lake. Reds predict this would pi-event a recurrence of the floods even though flood conditions along the Yangtze are as bad as last year. Last year's floods were the worst since 1031. GAY DAY—"They do it for weddings, why not for divorces?" William Stone of Detroit seems to ask as he prepares to drive off in his ribbon-decked auto after being "just divorced." That's the OK sign Stone Is giving. holiday toll: 1. Motorists should anticipate that the roads will be choked with automobiles, many driven by persons with very limited experience. Speeds should be substantially lower than Water precautions 2. Picnic and (IshlriR parlies should take added precautions for water safety, avoid poison ivy and snake bites. Don't, overload boats Don't invite tragedy by taking fool-' ish chances. 3. Common sense and caution are needed where fireworks are used They are not safe for small children. The safest way to use fireworks is through displays bandied by experts. The council reminds that a little firecracker can start a big fire. DO YOU OWN A HOME? HERE IS A SPRING SPECIAL: 50 Any ordinary house *J> treated for termitet - We don't have to practice or experiment on your job—we have had 12 years of experience All our work is done according (o regulations, our work is licensed by the Arkansas State Plan! Board. ,FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE—IF NEEDED SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. H. C. Blankenshjp L. J. Zeller 309 East Kentucky ['hone 2350 or 3579 Distortion Measured LOS ANGELES (AP)—The earth Is pulled out of shape by gravity o( sun and moon, says John T. Petllt, Unlversit or California phslclst. Us- ing a sensitive Instrument known as a gravimeter, he has found that a single point on the earth's surface may vary as much as four reel in its relation to the center of the earth. Rev. Andy Cupl Tells How Hadacol Relieved Agonizing Neuritis Pains Wonts to Spread ttie Joyous News to Others Suffering '''> . From Deficiencies of Viiamins BI, 62, Iron and Nioxin Reveals How lie Treated Caui>e. of Ills Trouble Because of his sacred station In life, the Reverend Andy Cupl* of New Fort Quarter, Bay Mm cue, Alabama, has always shunned publicity. Bui he feels it's his duty to permit himself lo be Quoted in this article so that others so afflicted may benefit. "1 suffered for quite some time with neuritis pains and aches in. myback (note: commonly called rheumatism pains). I tried many things and I began to think there was no relief for me. "I trade with H. B. Corbett— a merchandise man — and he recommended HADACOL to me. I bought a. bottle and after taking the first bottle, I felt a change in my back. So I got another bottle and took It. Now I feel like a new man. I'll give all my thanks to HADACOL. I am 01 years old. I'm telling everybody to take HADACOL." These wonderful reports of how HADACOL Is helping sick, ailing folks with such deficiencies—constantly keep pouring In. Trury HADACOL Is one of the greatest medical blessings of the time! The good that HADACOL Is doing Is almost unbelievable, unless you sat behind this desk and read about It yourself—case after case—thousands of people who have been miraculously helped where all hope of relief had been given up. Marked Improvement Often Noticed Within Few Days HADACOL Is so amazingly successful because it doesn't give temporary relief. It treats the CAUSE of your neuritis aches and pains caused by deficiencies of Vitamins B lp B?, Iron and Niacin. A remarkable improvement Is often noticed within a few days. And that's not all! Continued use of this wonderful treatment helps prevent such agonizing pains from returning. And it costs only a few pennies a day! Gives You Glorious Nc.v Strength HADACOL even builds up the hemoglobin content of red blood cells (where iron is needed) to carry these health-building ele< ments to every organ of yo'&f body—to the heart, lungs, liver and kidneys—even to the hair, eyes and nails. You'll soon know what it means to get that wonderful HADACOL feeling everyone Is talking about. Know what it means to be full of vim and the joy of living. Don't keep putting It off—ACT NOW. Start this famous HADA- COL treatment today. Trial size bottle, only $1.25. Large family or hospital size, $3.50. HADA- COL is sold on a strict money- back guarantee. 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