The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1955 · Page 8
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,19M BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK NINI They're Air Force's Supersonic Dan'/ Boones By NEA Servlc* COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — (NEA) — Diniel Boone may have been a mighty man with a rifle, but that was before marksmen were faced with such complications as "thunderbolt geometry" and "lead collision course firing." Thoat are the terms which the top Air Force rocket sharpshooters use to deacrlbe the problem of hitting »n enemy plane when you approach It at right angles, and both aircraft are flying about 700 miles per hour, Ths Air Force will select Its supersonic Dan'l Boone the first week of October at the Continental Air Defense Command aerial rocketry contets to be held at Yuma, Arizona. This annual contest, which is probably the top competitive event among Air Force fighter pilots, will bring together the best eight teams from outfits based around the world. • » * Althouf h their shooting problem: are more complex than those of the late Boone, they do have a big advantage over, that famed frontiersman. They don't have to worry about pulling the trigger. Their rockets are fired electronically with a radar device. However, where Dan'l never had to draw bead on anything faster GEN. EAKLE FABTBIDOE: The full power isn't appreciated. Gift Your Child Something Educational and Entertaining for Xmas, a set of Child World Books. Call 3-4152 for Demonstration. than a running deer, or a mounted man, today's pilots and radar observers are faster by jflfl-feet-per- second than the bullet! Iron) the best gun Dan'l ever fired. The Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Air Defense Command who sponsors this meet is Gen. Earle E. Partridge. • • • • "The switch from conventional gunner — machine guns and 20min, cannon — has materially changed many aspects of air-to-air combat and we have learned a lot about lead collision course firing in th* past two years," he says. "In reviewing our rapid advances, I have a strong feeling that top level Air Force people do not have a full appreciation of the destructive capability of the newer fighter aircraft." As proof of this, the experts who watch the Yuma competition will see planes carrying rockets a yard long and 2.75 inches in diameter, each able to knock down any known aircraft in the world. The P-89 D "Scorpion," manufactured by Northrop, totes 1M of these projectiles, which, released to salvo, blanket any target in football field dimensions. ZOTH CENTURY DANIEL BOONES: lit Lt. James D. Biker (left) and Capt. Georre Otis. Air Defense Force pilots, scored top honors In team elimination rocketry shooting recently. Tb»y will be part of Air Defense team in world-wide contest. Only Bad Luck For Fishermen CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (ft — Luther Steels took his boy Lloyd, 11, fishing and they had plenty of luck—all of it bad. On arrival yesterday at Hales Bar, 15 miles from home, they found they'd left their flitting tackle box at home. They found their boat half full of water and then while the father was trying to bail it out the boy accidentally shot himself in the foot with a 22 rifle. Michigan's Department ol Health was the first state health agency to distribute blood plasma to hospitals on a statewide bash. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Fads Healinf Sub*Unc« That DOM Both- Relievet Pain—Shrink* Hemorrhoids «w T.rfc. H, T. (SpMliU - For th« fir»t Umt «eitncc hat found a new bwling aubtUnce with the astoniih- Inf ability to iferlnk htmorrhoidt •nd t* rclicTi pain-without lurpory. In case after c««, while gently r«lt*Tinr pain, actual reduction (nhrinkaje) took place. Moit amazinc of alt-rttuiU im* M thorough that igffercrs madt astonishing itatemenU like "Pile* bare ceased to be a problem! " The secret If a new healing aufe- itanc* (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of ft world-famoui reieartrh inititute. This substance is now available In ituppoitory or tixtmnt form under tlw namt Prrfvstion ft.* At ywr . 4n:fgi«i. M*n*7 fetch f»arar,tss. Fund Criticism Deplored 8y Ex-LegionChief CHCAGO {/ft — A former commander of the Illinois American Legion says he "sincerely deplores" recent criticism of the Fund for the Republic by the Legion's national commander, Seaborn P. Collins. Irving Breakstone, in an open letter to Collins yesterday, said the Legion's Americanism program in Illinois—Education for Freedom — receives its principal financial support from the fund. "I sincerely deplore" the criticism. Breakstone wrote. He said Collins highly praised the Education for Freedom program last February. Collins had said of the fund; "By shrewd grants and expenditures, the Fund for the Republic is threatening and may succeed in crippling the national security." He said the fund attacked foes of communism. The fund, an Independent cor-, poration, was created in 1952 by trustees of the fiord Foundation to study civil liberties and aupport activities that oppose restrictions on thought. It operates on a 15-million- dollar grant from the foundation. Only one motor road crosses the 180th meridian of longitude, the International Date Line. It lies on Taveuni Island, In the Fijis. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTS, ARKANSAS Betty Sue Moon, Pltf. vs. No. 13.M8 Eugene R. Moon, Dft. The defendant, Eugene R. Moon, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Betty Sue Moon. Dated this 2nd day of September, 1955. SEAL GERALDINB LISTON, Clerk By OPAL DOYLE. D. C. Claude P. Cooper, Atty. for Pltf. Ed B. Cook, Atty. Ad. Litem. 9/5-12-19-26 Twenty Persons Subpoenaed As Abortion Hearing Starts PHILADELPHIA «>) •— Twenty personi hive been subpoenaed by the state bo appear at today'i hearing for Mr. and Mrt. Milton Schwarti on charges they performed the unsuccessful abortion that caused the death of Food Pair Stores heiress Mrs. Doris Ostreicher, If Magistrate Elias Myers finds there is sufficient evidence to justify keeping the Schwartzes in custody, they will be held for grand jury action. Prior to today's hearing they were free in $5,000 bail each. In addition to being charged with performing the abortion, the Schwartzes are accused also of conspiring with Mrs. Ostreicher's mother Mrs. Gertrude Silver to perform the abortion, and with perjuring themselves ai a medical examiner's hearing in which the cause of death was announced. The state alleges that Mrs, Oe- treicher, a 22-year-old bride of two months, went with her mother to the Schwartz apartment in North Thieves Go to Dogs LINCOLN, HI. (#;— Thieves broke ino a warehouse at Robert Sanders' dog kenne] and took 1,200 pounds of dog food. Forty dogs are quartered in the kennels but Deputy Sheriff Ken Zimmerman said no one in the area heard any barking. Use scouring pads of fine steel wool to remove scuff marks from whjtewall tires. Philadelphia on the night of Aug. 24 and that the abortion attempt took place there. Mrs. Qitreicher died in the apartment that night. Mrs. Silver -ii undergoing treatment in the Philadelphia Piychia- tric Hospital, They Called Him Joy Boy Last Night, But.- Acid Stomach's Oot Him Today! Most of us tike to "let off itccm" now and then. But we eat too much, drink and smoke too much —then suffer aagfftQg bean burn, acid indigestion. That's wbtn tiny Turns can save the day! For Tumi neutralize excess Homach acid almost before it starts. No mixing, no waiting. Just chew fast-acting, scientific Turns like candy mints. Get a roll today! So etonwweof— o*»V 10 <f " NEW TORK "FIRSTS" New York state ranks first inj the manufacture of apparel, paper, j furniture, professional and scien-J tific instruments and in printing I and publishing. ' WARNING ORDER LV THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, I ARKANSAS Carmen Anderson, Pltf. vs. No. 13,096 j Edward Anderson, Dft. The deienaant, Eiaward Anderson, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Carmen Anderson. Dated-this 2nd day of Sept., U55 SEAL OERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Claude F. Cooper. Atty. for Pltf. Ed B. Cook, Atty. ad. litem. 9/5-12-19-56 COTTON . DEFOLIATION DOES NOT COST- By Removing the Green Leaf From the Sample. We are equipped to efficiently apply the new type liquid Defoliants. These liquid Defoliants do not depend upon the weather or moisture for their action. The Liquid Chemicals Will Defoliate Your Cotton if Properly Applied. We are introducing a new liquid Defoliant to be used for hand picked cotton and machine picked cotton that will be ginned in gins equipped with lint cleaners. This product has given us very satisfactory results. Price per acre, chemical and application -$2.75. A considerable saving in comparison with other forms of Defoliant. PLANTERS FLYING SERVICE "NINE YEARS IN BLYTHEVILLE Office in Blytheville Warehouse If It's A Listed Combine You Want We Have It! 4 Allis-Chalmera Pull-type W/Graln Bin 5356 and up 1 Can Pull-Type W/Grain Bin only S300 and up 1 MaiM)-Harris Clipper W/Motor and Grain Bin 8150.00 Also ve have International, Case and Massey-Harrta Self-Propelled Combines from $1500. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY 61 IMPLEMENT COMPANY "Th« Farmer's Horn* of Satisfaction" N. 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This $149.95 Mower is being given in appreciation of the Yazoo Dealers throughout Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. HAIRY VETCH Oregon or Arkansas Grown PMA SPECIFICATIONS Place Your Order Now Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 3-6858 you can afford the care they need if you belong to Blue Cross Blue Shield •k Protection that provides care when they need it! •k Life-time membership th»t guirdi them anytime, anywhere! * Security tfut keeps you from worrying! Rotftfftf CM «k« tlit tltct •/ feoce ef MM ani lift Cren-B/M tUtU iwMM X fer ye* A. Fill In coupon B. Cutout C. MAIL TODAY! Mr. Max W. Chesser, Box 307, BlythevilU, Ark. j Pl.a.e send m., without obll.atlon the compute details of your Non- Profit ItoifilUllution and Surgical Benefit Plan. Nttw ttntt City PUo* at Employment • • Individual Q Family D ?»>'"» Grou P a Xetldenta may call POplar 1-HM, Mr. Ch«M»r, tot InfamtUn.

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