The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1955 · Page 12
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PACT twain BLITHE TILL! (ARK.)" COURIER HEW! FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1«, 1955 Spokesmen Admits Air Force Weather Balloons May Create Optical Illusion By WAYNE ANDERSON DENVER (AP) — The release order is given and a shimmering, transparent weather balloon slides away from the concrete launching .site. Within 60 seconds it is more than 500 feet aloft and on its way to that area of silent nothingness 70,000 to 80,000 feet above earth, bearing a 500-pound load of sensitive electrical equipment. In hours or days, to some unskilled observer, it may be a flying saucer or space ship from mars and cause all kinds of fantastic reports. At Denver's Lowry Air Force Base, the launching of another weather balloon in an 18-month scries is an almost daily occurrence. At a demonstration- launching Wednesday, Air Force spokesmen admitted a balloon 14 miles up in space may actually create an optical illusion. Different Appearances Alternately slimmed down by night and mushroomed by day in the heat of the sun, the hydrogen- filled balloons appear at separate times to be red, purple and orange. Their greatest actual speeds are about 200 miles an hour, but basically are dependent on wind velocity. Tlie bags are made of polyethyl" ine, the thin Cellophane-like material in which carrots and other vegetables are wrapped. Inflated, they are about 175 feet tall and 120 feet in diameter. Carry Sensitive Gear They carry sensitive gear which records data on wind velocity and direction. Aloft for three to five days, the balloons lose their burden when an electric timing device cuts loose this gear and floats it to earth by parachute. . weight, rises and explodes. All but a iew of more than 1,000 bags launched at Lowry have been re covered. Air Force radio stations track the balloons in flight across the country and record their path Planes also maintain contact t< guard against a possible collisioi of the balloon with aircraft. class will begin to study phases one and two to get ready for the test each senior member will be required to take before receiving his permanent identification card. Cadets are also urged to attend the meeting. They will begin their drills for the fall season. Carroll Gllsson of Granite city, The WSCS of the St. John Methodist Church will serve a supper at the Blackwater school gym Thursday night, Sept. 22, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Proceeds will be used to build a room onto the church which will serve as a combination Sunday School class, kitchen and recreation hall. Roy L. Ashabranner, superintendent of Manila schools, announced today that the Manila schools will open Oct. 17, beginning with regis- . This is the first year for the Manila schools to have a straight nine months term. In the past, they have Been having the split term. m order that the students who have to pick cotton can pick, the start in October in- sented Mrs. Gray with a yellow mum corsage. • Miss Trudene Caery and Mrs. Alonzo Fleeman were in charge of games. After the games, Mrs. Vance Waddell presented the assortment of gifts to Mrs. Gray and Miss Trudene Caery registered them in the baby book. Out of town guests were Mrs. Vance Waddell of Imboden, Ark., Mrs. Sonny Mathis of Monctte, Mrs. Gladys Gray of Black Oak and Mrs. William Boren of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kodgers and children returned home Monday from Rockford, m., where they have been vacationing for the past four weeks. Elder and Mrs. Forrest Priest moved to Conway last week where he will attend college. Mrs. Priest's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bourland, helped them to move and returned home Saturday. Friday night at the Municipal Airport senior members of the Ma- session will start in OctoDer in- nila Civil Air Patrol' entertained stead of September and continue I cadets of the squadron with a bar- - becue supper. Thirty-five members were pres- it. Guests present for the occasion were Mr Herman Williams, Mrs. A. W. Smith, Miss Roxie S«ilth, Mayor Alvin Tipton, Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn all of Manila, Harry Cook of the Blytheville squadron, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mackrie, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Richardson, Jr. and children, ail of Blytheville, and Dr. N. W. Maglio of Lepanto. Curtis Loveless offered the blessing. Tlie next meeting will be held Friday, Sept. 16, and all senior members are urged to attend. A through June. Members of the faculty are Roy Ashabranner, Superintendent; Herbert Adkins, Principal of the Elementary schools; Leo Cummings, Principal of the high school; Virginia Whatley, Mrs. Ellen Brown, Mrs. Opal Fayc Adkins, Mrs. Mary Bue rarer, Mrs. Maxine Steele; Jean Ashabranner, Mrs. G. M. Nelson, Mrs. Peggy Scott, Mrs. Peggy Cheadle, Miss Kathryn Grable, Mrs. E. E. Byrd; Mrs. Edith Horner. Mrs. Fairest Hart, Mrs. Zetta White, Miss Clola McCorinick, Miss Ruth McCor- micfc, Miss Rebecca Johnston; Mrs. Geneva. Fleeman, Mrs. Glina Braden, Miss Nadine Grable. J. L. Bollinger, Mrs. Bcrnice Bullard, Hugh Miles; Mrs. Dale Carter, Deward Dop- ion, Johnnie Buck, Mrs. Helen White, Mrs. Lucille Cummings, L. K. Holt, Mrs. Francys Faulkner, Pat Richardson, Mrs. Betty Lou Harris, Mrs. Eliazbeth Miles. Teachers of the Blackwater school will be James Rogers, Mrs. David East, and Miss Bobbie Jean Threlkeld. Teachers of the Milligan Ridge school will be Mrs. Raymond Powers, Raymond Powers, Miss Dorothy Osborne, Allita Priest, and Mrs. Jewell Poag. M. L. Bellinger, commander of Herman Davis pc^t of American Legion, has received a letter stating that Colgate company wrjuid exchange dolls for Fab box tops.! Each year the American Legion distributes toys for children who otherwise would not have any Christmas. Legionnaires will place boxes in convenient locations on Main street and requests that you place Fab box tops in the boxes. ent. s Miss Pamela Gibson of Kennett spent the week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Griffin. Miss Tommy Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eutah Evans, returned home recently after spending a thr.ee weeks visit with relatives in Aurora, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holt and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shelion and daughter, Kathy, returned last week from visiting relatives in Akron, O., and Dearborne, Mich. Mrs. M. L. Downing was hostess to a lovely layette shower at her home on, North Baltimore in Manila honoring Mrs. John Gray of Jacksonville, formerly of Manila. Co-hosiesses were Mrs. Kenneth Gammill and Mrs. S. M. Gregory. The entertaining rooms were decorated with lovely pink sweetheart roses and pink carnations in floral arrangements. The hostesses pre- j WILL MAKE YOUR SICK WATCH RUN LIKE NEW! 1. Low Cost S*rvic« 2. Factory Parti 3. GUARANTEED Workmanship 4. Prompt S«rvic* THM WE'LL "DRESS IT UP" WITH A SALESMAN WANTED tw Office Machine Sales to represent a National concern. Previous experience in retail selling, Insurance canvassing, or allied line* will be helpful, but not ab- solutelf neceftsary. Must be between ages 24 to 30. Write a short history giving your education, experience and marital itatiu. AIM Include three reference* M 7»v will be bonded. Reply to Box X-l, e/o Courier New.. It tr»i t p«j only 3 mlnutex <• open a charge account. Til., li In Manila Tlalting Mtnih and relatives this week end. Hugh Miles, Mrs. A. E. McCulley, Mrs. Herbert Adkin.«, Mrs. Louise Ashabranner, Mrs. Vance Henderson, Mrs. Hazel Bacon, Mrs. Myrtle Brown, Mrs. V. B. Osborn and Rev. and Mrs. Harold Spenoe attended a church school workers conference Wednesday night at First Methodist Church In Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. James Needham of petrolt were week end guests of Mrs. Needham's mother, Mrs. Allie Silmon. Rev, Norris Steele returned to his home in North Little Rock Wednesday after accompanying his wife and children here for a visit with relatives. He was accompanied home by A. W. Smith, who will visit him until Saturday when he plans to return for Mrs. Steele. Mr, Smith also plans to visit with Rev. and Mrs. Lee Cate of Jacksonville. Wednesday at the Manila Lions Club, the board of directors elected officers. E. C. Fleeman was elected president of the new MIDCO, A. A Tipton, lit vlct-president; Richard Jolllff. 2nd vice-president; Herman Alston, 3rd rice-president; and R. J, McKInnon, wcretary-treasurer. The three groups representing the merchants, property owners, and labor were also given equal representation on the executive committee which Is made up of the five officers and I. D. Shedd, Elizabeth Miles, W. R. Crow, W p. Fox, N. W. Wagner, Jr., and William Borowsky. The executive committee along with the entire board of directors will steer the "250 by 58" campaign to raise funds to be used to bring industry to Manila. Hearing Set On Helena Bridge HELENA, Ark. Ml—A hearing: on the joint application by Mississippi and Arkansas to build a bridge across the Mississippi River will be held at Helena by U. S. Army Engineers Oct. 27. The hearing was called by the Engineers to check into what hazards, if any, the bridge will pose to navigation on the river. The Defense Department must approve construction of all bridges which Ma lone to Visit Red Labor Camp BERLIN UB—Seii. George W. Malone (R-Nev) has been given permission to visit Russia's Vorkuta slave labor camp, his wife reported yesterday. Mrs. Malone arrived from Mos- span navigable streams. The proposed bridge would cross the river between Helena and a spot near Friars Point, Miss. Nine V*iVc/e Wrick BERQAMO, Italy Wl - Some 60 .persons were Injured yesterday in n nine-vehicle chain reaction crash when a passenger car and a truck collided on the Milan - Bergamo highway-. Five buses loaded with laborers plunged into the two vehicles. A police jeep whose occupants were trying to warn off other cars «as sideswlped by an oncoming car and Jushed Into the jumble. cow aboard a U. S. Air Force plane which brought U. S. Ambassador Charles Bohlcn on a vacation. PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET FOR FREEZING AND CANNING: PURPLE HULL, CROWDER & TEXAS CREAM PEAS Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In w« DeliTer Come In 1044 Chick DON'T BE FOOLED 2. 3. 5. 7, on fluoridation facts POISON — Sodium Fluoride is a Poison. It is used to kill rats and insects. DANGEROUS if taken internally or inhaled. Dr. Leo Spira, M.D., New York, says: "It deprives the body of Calcium. Heart, diabetic and kidney patients are warned NOT to drink fluoridated water." CANCER: "The results of my experiment indicate that animals on treated (fluoriated water) developed cancer earlier than the controls — (those not drinking fluoridated water!") From a letter by Dr. Alfred Taylor, research scientist, in the Biochemical Institute, University of Texas. SMALL DOSAGE HIGHLY TOXIC: "Fluoride intoxication is. insidious and ACCUMULATIVE, especially when the daily dose is small, but Us effects are permanent and irreparable," says Dr. Charles Dillon. FLUORIDE IS A DANGEROUSiAND UNSCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENT: "It is unscientific and impractical to prescribe a toxic substance for the duration of your life, as ,an experiment, Whether we need it or not, against our will, and without being able to stop taking it if we want to do so," says Dr. C. A. Brusch, M.D., of Cambridge Medical Center, Mass. FLUORIDATION is the experimental MASS- MEDICATION of entire populations by the impregnation of entire water supplies of whole communities with METALIC fluorine compounds INCAPABLE of being assimilated as food, under conditions of duress, without cession or reasonable chance of escape." (Dr. Paul Manning.) SHALL WE BE GUINEA PIGS? Why poison our good water? If you feel you may be depriving some child of a benefit, forget it. The recent report (June 1, 1955) to the City of New York says that the City can buy proper daily dosage tablets for 20 cents (or less) per thousand, and the City can save 90% or more of the cost by giving each child tablets to be taken in his milk or water each day. In this way he gets only the proper amount and can stop taking fluoride when no longer needed. COMMITTEE AGAINST FLUORIDATION Frank C. Douglas, Chairman 6. •, An Invitation This is your personal Invitation to visit Blytheville'n oldest ready-to-wear shop. We are eager to have you visit as. . . we want to know you better ... we want you to become acquainted with our friendly service . . and most of all. we would like to introduce you to the most famous names in ladies fashion . . . names that have established Th« New York Store as Blytheville's most popular fashion center since 1909. 218 W. Main Phone 2-2132 In Blytlievilte Sinct 1909 TAKE IT TO EVERY FOOTBALL GAME B. F. Goodrich Special Purchase CUSHION-ROBE Colorful BLANKET 50 by 70 in. Folds into Beautiful CARRYING CASE with Zipper Closure $5.95 Value SPECIAL O98 FOR YOUR CAR FOOTBALL GAMES PICNICS Big Savings OFF FULLY GUARANTEED TAKEOFFS These Tires Were Traded in From Cars Which Switched To B. F. GOODRICH LIFE SAVER TUBELESS TIRES Six* 670x15 710x15 Cost of New Tire* $29.45 $32.35 Sale Price '19" '21' 5 •PLl Size 760x15 800x15 S TAX Cost- of New Tire* $35.45 $39.45 Sale Price '24" ! 28 95 BF Goodrich FIRST IN RUBBER - FIRST IN TUBELESS 417 W. Main Ph.3-8116

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