The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 26, 1948
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. MARCH 26, BLYTUKVIM,P! (AUK.) OOUIUKR NK\VS -PACK- VlV* American-Based B-29s Within Striking Range of Principal Targets in Russian Empire R T Chirk. Corddry Unlit* FTCM ArUtton WriUr WASHINGTON, March 3«. (U.P.)—Air Secretary W. Stuart Symiis ton blew the lid off hitherto top secrets today with his statement that all Russia is within reach of B-29's based In North America. Oil the heels of Symington's electrifying remarks, informer! some," explained that the wartime flying range of the Superfortresses hn.s been vastly extended by Intensive crew training and plane Improvement. Symington Intimated thai, the* range of the B-29's now Is about 5,000 miles. To augment this still further, the Air Force has develop- Mta technique for re-fueling bomb- *7s while they are In Hie air, en route to or from a target.. (Jen. George c Kenney. strategic aiv commander, and officials of To Take Part in Cotton Carnival the Boeing Airplane Co.. manufacturers of the B-29, generally endorsed Symington'* statement yesterday before a Senate committee. Speaking of Russia as "the en- Scholarships Offered for Agri Students for candidate for * " "* -*"->.••" a.i ."i. *->« . I'd 1U1 Lal.l.Jd.UC IO] emy, Symington said such long-1 ola.ships which will range operations would be "limited." But, by the first of next year, lie said, the Air Force will have bomber i>roups that could hit any part the 1R /-hi>e awarded of lhc Soviet Union from Alaska or Labrador. They could return to students entering the University of Elected by the. Junior Chamber of Commerce to represent. Blythcvlllc in the annual Cotton Carnival iti Memphis May 9-16 were Miss lxmnlc Jo IlarRCll, left, dnuKhtcr of Mr. nnd Mis. j. j. Darnell, who will servo a.s "Uidy of the Realm," and Miss Mary Wood, daughter o[ Mr. and I\ C, K Wood, wlio was nuineri a. "Ijidy-in-WnlliiiR." Miss llnruell wit participate in the week-Ions activities aiiri Miss Wood witl l*\ke part ! Arkansas College Agriculture I next Pall, according to an announ cement from Dean Liprmrt S. Kills. Two Ships Caught in Ice [ Representative Named The awards will be given to out,..„„ . . ... . , siandine Arkansa.5 hiiih school Jams; One is Abandoned \ For Pilgrimage Trip these liases or shuttle to such graduates who meet the University's I ! * * spots as the Philippine* and Okl- entrance requirement., and who HALIFAX, N. S., Mai'ch 2fi. ,UP,' nwt l financial assistance to attend ' --The •>! crewmen of the schooner This could be done. -Symington college. ! Tculcr we," "eporteri safe at Si Four of the scholarships are pro- ' Paul's Island nenr Nova Scnlin io- vided by the Kroner Company. 12 : day, hut H second vessel, the Mon- | Jefferson City next 1'Yiday. It was by Scars Roebuck and Company. j ca Wallers, radioed it WHS caught.1 aniionnued yesterday by school un- and two by the Standard Oil Com- ] („ a crushing Ice jam and its crew' I pany of New Jersey. All cover Ihe was abandoning ship freshman year of study in the I Th( , waiters' captain radioed his continued, with the "currently available B-29 utili/ing the most modem development of the refueling technique which we developed some years ago." Up to now the Air Force has had nothing official to say about refueling in tltght. although Britain has put on demonstrations with -single planes. But after Symington's statement. Kenney .'aid College of Agriculture. Two of the CARUTIIERSVILLB, Ml!.. March 2(i.— Miss Helen Coker will represent the sophomore class of this cUv . in Ihe Sophomore I'ilsriuuw to i Ihorilies here. She was selected from amoni; five ramitdatcs. The PilsrimaRe is sponsored by Die Missouri Federation of Women's dubs, with UK- loco! chi)> spon- surinij Miss Colter's trip. ,, , , position a.s about two miles from Kroger scholarships will be award- S l..l'iiur.s Island in Cabot strait "ill go Vo boys 01 " e '' ln ""'" S b! ' lwoc " NOVI> Sc " tiu "'"' N ™f'«i»<l- ... .,,,,„- Nmnin°atlons'for ihe wholarsliips | S/bc^'weT makeShelr'way •tanker plane*" coiiltl accompany must be made by county extension i „„.„„,,. .. n , n "",> bomber formations and refuel them I agents and vocational agriculture. I "^ AmeHcan ea ,ta"n o tbe « »t anv time. I teachers In Arkansas. Winners will L ', LC",' "i ' , , i <-• i c + f- Boeiiig officials said the tech- b* selected by the College of-Agri- i, ,~? roam Joseph Harry, 'Girl Scout Group niqne. still under development " ' * """"° "'' "" "" "—' Mrs. Ladd Addresses would remove many of the previous limitations on the transpolar warfare concept. e oege o '<>r- , a . , culture's committee on scholarship ! ^' <?' G1 °»cesler. Mass., and one awards on trie basis of each stu- , "'^ un »adian seamen made their , dent's scholastic record in high school and the leadership nualities I CARUTIIERSVILLE, Mo.. ^ „. . . . . ", fll "« lcc ; 26.-Mrs. olcon Larid, Blythcv •i.rl_y-_tod«y to arrlve_nl n^lonc-. Ark., leader in Seoul work •!„ Ar- .. . ™ "<* »<:™*» Holy Week Nears End as Arkansas Pauses to Observe Good Friday IBy llnlleil I' N' Unte.svUle, Siloum SiniiiR; ArkulLsns paiLsed lilts Ooocl Frl- and pine llluff. (lay to pay levcienl tribute lo the Classes at (he University of Ar- crucKixlon of Christ as a prelude kiinsas and pracllcally all Arkansas o Its celebration Ksster Sunday of I collcitw were dismissed Thursday .lis lo.sunectlon. | inilll Tuedny. Holy week, twnnii statewide lusl The 75-\un:e mixed ciioir of John Sunday wllli pi Helically every | Drown University broiulrast a half Christian church dcdlciutiijt Its hour of sacred music over Ihe MH- wrvlccs to the story of Chrlsfs en- I tual Network Thursday morning try into Jerusalem. Kor most cities from the Cathedra] of 'ihe Ozark.< In Arkansas, the day marked the, In fillonm Springs Ihrouuh tho beginning of week-loiiK union on . .. . . . denominational pre-Kn.ster revival ' sei'vices. Union evunRcllsLlc services were held In Batesvllle with preaehlnR eych morning by a different pastor Texarkana claimed Its most widely observed llol v Week with revival seiTln'.s at I'roteslunl atul Cuthollc clmrclu'.s Holy Week linimi most nf the Piole.staiH eliurehes In Ne\vpoil united In a downtown rellRlous service for which buslites.s oslabltsh- mt-nts i-losed. Reaching C.oixl l-iitlny. many rlly-wide services wevo iieifl over Ihe siuie. State and county em- ployes.hi Little l?oek \vei'c rlismlssed from noon tmlll ^ pin. to attend services In their own churches. Two denomhmtlotis in Little Hock held joint services. The Methodist ministers held a three-hour service ill the First Methodist Church willl ii special cuntalii by the chancel clmlr and soloists (if the rtnirc.h. The Greater I.lllle llocl: 1'rrshy- is held a joinl service bcjUn- nt iKjon at Ihe Second I'res- l)yteiinli Church «ilh special iniislc by Ihe combined choirs and soloists o[ the churches. Three Little Rock Catholic Churches held sepnrul? pic-siinctlfled ma.sse.s, and siii-clr! servlci-.s were held by Kpiscopaliiin and t.nlheraii c;lmrchcs. In North Little Rock, the Ministerial alliance held Good Frlclnv Services at the First Baptist Church, and ihn Park Hill Grammar School students presented pageant. Other Good Friday service.* were held in Texarkana. Mena. i 1 incMmr, or ,| u (i o n KUOA. A parti. M.-Pemlscot C<HJnty'{+-K i ol the broadcast. »•«« the sacred 1 »t»ge their ,;T»f, D»y" tntr ttM county tomorrow, ,lt WM »nnoun- classic "The Seven Last Words'of" The choir music nl a , concert. Springs tonliiht, 'I'he I'liw Dluff MliilMerlnl rcjwat the In Slloam Alliance observed Clood Friday with worship services nl the First, Methodist Church and later at Trinity Kptscopal church. ' ' " Pemiscot County 4-H Club to Hold 'Tag Day' CAIlUTUprtSVlLLB, • Mo., Mar c«d today by,, .the; County A«bt't office. Approximately 4fO .club mbuii throughout the county will ixiitlclpatr. Kltti thMr.rocl tfi >t 12500. which will (Xj uwd for construction of 4-H. Club Cimp.on a '200-acre tract of' land on' tak* Waprxipello. The "tags" w'lll : be' gre«n *rid • rM ribbon sqiiaren, the colom at the ol-- Kanlzatlon, bearing, the four-le»f clover which Is the club's official emblem, Wine Speaks a Warm Welcome On Easter I'Vii'iid cuming for Knslvr Dinnur'.' Si'l out your nici'sl (hin^s—and WINK, lo nuikv dinner .jtisl rijchl. 11 ndils so much, costs so little, to grevi Ihe guests with Sherry. Or lo .serve it food rich Hed \yim> or White Table \Vin« with tin 1 tiu'itl. • FOSTER'S LIQUOR STORES FINE WINE VALUES FIT ANYBODY'S BUDGET: CALIFORNIA SHERRY $1.00 Fifth up CALIFORNIA BURGUNDY .69? Fifth CALIFORNIA BURGUNDY 65c Fifth CALIFORNIA SAUTERNE . .69e Fifth Foster's Liesucr Stores 120 V/csl Main Street 107 North Broadway .= . U .^ H " es , ,, , ., cu wor .„ r- B-29 range increases have been j he or she had shown In school, * lighthouse on the Northeast cor- ) kansas, wns the guest speaker here accomplished through engine and church. 4-H Club, or F. F. A. work, fuel system Improvements and day- In. day-out training of crews V~-nd- throttles to get the maximum JJ5iciency out of available fuel. Both Symington and Gen. Carl A. Spaatz. air chief of staff, emphasized to the congressional committee that for sustained operations "it Is necessary lo obtain bases closer to the enemy." Oxford's Boat Racers Meet Cambridge Crew LONDON. Mar. 26: (UP)- Oxfoixl Mississippi Really Mad; Legislator Attempts to Outlaw 'Missouri Waltz' JACKSON,-Miss.. March 26. (UP) —A measure mskinq it a crime ?o play or sing the "Missouri Waltz' in Mississippi was introduced n tin State House of Representatives yesterday. President Truman has received his most vigorous opposition from Mississippi over his civil rights pro- , Gross Fire Spreads Firemen extinguished a grass fire : .scout troops on South 21st street yesterday when Groups. it threatened to spread to nn ad- Dolph Moore Is head of the coin- joining fence. No damage resulted, mittcc. Monday evening al the meeting of the local Girl scout Council. There arc six Girl Scout troops In this city, two Intermediate and four Brownie University's crew, its appetite for posals. ] revenge whetted by six months of] The measure would have mad?, arduous training, "was "physically playing the selection a felony pun- fit and ready" today to vindicate itself against Cambridge tomorrow ishable by z. fine of not less than SI.OCO and a prison sentence of not in Great Britain's celebrated boat less tnan five >eais. racing classic on the Thames River. I' a piano was the Instrument us- Cnmbrfdge inflicted a hnmillat-! ed. the measure would up the pun- ing 10-lenglh defeat upon Oxford's I ishment to »10,00fl fine and Iffe im"Dark Blues" last year but the prisonmcnt. experts believe that Oxford, which | The proposal, introduced as an has been exhibiting better form | amendment to anotlier bill, was iiil- rcccntiy, will turn the tables in the ! ed out. of order by House Speaker 95th renewal tomorrow. : Walter Sillers. Draughon's College ol Mechanics Post Office Box 835, Memphis, Tenn. Will "give you specialixer] (raining on motors, motor tuiije-up,' painlhiK, auli) electricity, lioily and render vvork, clutch, brake, transmission anil deferential repair. A complete trnininj?, approved for VKTICKANS. Call or write for free information. B T? w* •• -j :: "^*^ . .r.ijooanc •-" ' ^J- .J\~ *< 'i ' • ait'fi' w t_3<**;*-*«ftJjJ9, We lake care Of Our Own f* Save 40% 8-cup <apaciiy co/^**malr«r Automatic timt{-fl\lcr ifhrr, rlcarrr, Insticr cotton free from grounds wltli tlii ri^n I ion.'il nuvv tirixir-lillcr. niiiiK lit 1 at firimf (j1;i»!i coiTenin n KC r \vii fi r»n 11:hi UK sup fir nii< I creamer snri mirrored tray. Simple to \iss. Was 5,15 CfilTcemnkpr ..3.15 \ i ! -^JL _A Snug FiM/ng Fiber For coupe ».»» llrsl c|iinlil>- filior. Hoiuilirnl Rrnlrh plwifl. Cnol, «rtRj r to clrnn, roinfortAble. Thiilt for IK ( * « /n^^^^^^^^Rfc ^t- \ri4 100% Pur* Ptnnylvanlm Motor Oil ,.., 2.49 ConipATPf wttk mntx>r iiiK »t ^Oc a qt. S« every quart. F Mil* 'P.. W.. R.,i," Moii>l Fiehler'x i»iov<> 5.95 Our Customers Enjoy the Best! the HUDSON FINISH BETTER CLEANING Yours in Only 8 Hours Alterations Tailoring Dye Work Hat Cleaning Profpssinnnl moilel n\n<\r* with Inp grntie ro-.vhiiU mid row- hide; lonlher iliK'ii. 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We'll £ivc you a most liberal tr;ule-iii allowance fur your oIJ tirui oiuicw Silvcnowns. MORE IN YOUR NEW TIRES Silvertowii* give more h«- can^c ihcy are biwEt with the broader?faced tread. Silvertowns jjive more safety because the stronger cor'd bovly resist! shocks bectcr. EVtur r.r.oooDSicK TIRE CARRKS rius TAX US A MfK You'll «.t MOM milva V* • M^ CENTRAL 419 West Main Street Home and Aufo Supply Store Phone 828 CLEANER Blythcvillc, Ark. TAILOR CLOTHIER Steele, Mo. B.F.Goodrieh FIRST IN RUBBER

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