THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1937; ' .BLYniEVILLB. (AUK.) COURIER NWS Protects Rail Crossing Hi". Or, H. I!. Hardy, senator from HIP 27lli district; Representative Golden lllounl and Dr. w. II. Abinalon from White ommty. Clr- tlils warnlnii, la prnvldf a ff\ni- tine obstruction between the motorist and Hie railroad.' Tin- [into-stO|) is designed tu .stop the . . . i ,,, , . ,-, — I *" ..»•-[. ... lit .ik^iiVM nj OVUIf I III" ::ilj Jud«e W U. naveniwrt of reckless driver without Injury to *"!!*••.. f"~ f ™ 1 ' l » """I- "«• la-vixicrs, niul wilt, n mini. Mayor 11. 1.. Oliver, and Chief of FoliCv" Marvin Sowell win represent Ihe c'ly and county m the dedi- tiitii'ii. •MIDI nnioimt of damage to 11 if car. A section of the auto-stoii can- slbt.s of a hollow frnnicwnrk or Atoard he special train coming i can steel within which \V.:i!e tills Installation nuta-clop Is the first lo lie placc<l Hi- wirt'iwcstrrn stales, anohcr (lie i crauksliafl with various springs inul HintH'ctlng rocts for the mls- am! lowering of he led. These Scene at Searcy, Ark., showing the Auto-Stop InslallatUm on Highway 07 nt tlie Missouri and' Arkansas crossing. Tills installation, the first In the southwestern states, will be dedicated Saturday afternoon, Feb. 20, at 2 o'clock when Governor Carl E. Bailey will throw the switch to place the protective barrier In • operation. !o-"tion is now being completed on srciloiis arc built in seven nnd i |u\ u •> o. 10 near Whcalley and ! omMmlf. niul 10-foot lentils, anil i ;••«' oilier Males in this section ««• placed across the roadway on hni-e p!tic,?ti orders. , either side of the railroad, 75 to T ic function of the auto-slop t(1 ° lel;t fl '" m " >0 trucks, nnd are 'o provide first tin immlslak-. momllMl '" a reinforced concrete I able warning of the approach oft'"' wi ' n the .'on of the lii] flush la train, and then, after allowing I wlln ""' 10!1<1 surface. | ample time for motorists to liecd Above the roud assembly Is a Mfimlard reil nnd [irccn Irnffli! jlishl. This lliilu is Biven when no (fain U approaching, showing thai Ihe cnK-.lnis i:i I'lear. When a truln 'liters the electric block the light 'ins from inven to red and rc- nlns red for three .seconds bc>- ore tlto lid of (he iuilo-sto|> starts > rise. Then the lid rises to n ''Wit, or four inches where It Is i'W at warning for 10 seconds. Ill this position It is easily depressed. When (lie train hus reached n prsiihn of daiiftcr Hie auto-slop ilH's to u height of ID Inches i where H is locked Into ixisltion. i jmnMIng u iclimihuj barrier tu '•op tile automobile. [ Sr:i I.Lin on Tldrd Hall SAt;soi,rrb, CMI. <UI>)-AH m ! pouiul sea lion went Innd oxplor-' ins here, u wound up on Ihe third rail ol -an electric railway ! The current was not sufficient to' kill bul it did shock the sea lion 1 into leryhlc roars. All a policeman: -.<«ld cio was lo .shoot It. : . is Kaclelor. Finds Recorded in '17 I'AIIIS i U]'>—Confirmed bui'he- lor.s ure not a rarity In the world, bin it continued bachelor who has been iniirrleil for II) years without knowing nnyOiIng about it, is. This exclusive honor Is claimed by Jean Oraie of Purls, I Uiiire discovered this slutc of | alfnii.s when he decided to renew- lils Identity papers nud vl.sltcd hl.ii local city hull. There he found lo Ills anm/i'incnl Unit'he hud mar-1 i led a woman mimed Augustine I nedliult on June 12, 1017. Cirnro earnestly protested his .Innocence iiiut proved his ease by showing papers Hun lie hud been routined In a military hospital from u but-, tie wound on the dale registered.! Further explanation provided at (he tcivn hall .showed that cirnro hud lo.l his Idonllly pupers In 11 violent uliiR'k In September, IfllC. U Is presumed that some fellow- •iilclliii' u I'd tho.w pnpm lo cany through iir. Illegal nwi'-lnge, Cirnro stale.- 'lint In'his 10 yeniv, of "miiiTla(ji>" iu>. Ivij, mver seen Ills "tt-llc." Moreover, lie sins, lie will refuse lo see her ll she tries to visit him, for ho Insists on remaining a bachelor for the rest of Ills life. PAGE SEVKX D;>ilcv \V''I Put New.Cross- ing Safety Device Into J Operation at Searcy SEARCY, Ark.—Formal' dedica- • tkm of tbe auto-stop installation j on the Missouri and Arkansas railroad at Highway No. 67, just south of Searcy, will be held Saturday afternon, Febniary 20 al two o'clock. Governor Carl B. Bailey will throw the switch to place tnc device In operation and a "special train on the Missouri and Arkansas will operate the auto-slop In its first demonstration. Accompanying Governor Bailey 1 o the dedication ceremonies will be more than a score of state and railway officials. Among these will bt Attorney General Jack [loll: Hendrlcks Alplnn, chairman ol the state highway commission: J. li. Rhyne, secretary-director of the highway department; w. W. Zass, highway department chief enrjiu- Us Wilkens having treed a 'coon It's Farmer Smolletuhnl's got a hold of the tree and me with my back facing towards you, and the back of my brother William Wilken over to the right. OUT dog Jesiie.U the light colored one, but it wai Farmer Smollett's dog Inky Boy that smelled the'coon f iral. Harry E. Wiiken Kit Carson Days In July A'.AMOSA. fiob. tUI 1 )—The annum Abinido celebration hero July 1-3 will linvs the ailvi'iituiL's of Kit Cnrron. famous Indian sc-out. for its ibpiiie, mid the 5 (ory ror Hie liaifeaiil «!ll tii' written bv Kit car•son in. ureat jjr.indson of the scout. Material for the siory 'will come from (be original dlnry of Carson. Ciiilil Hunts Sclfnlinp. FORT WAYNE. Intl. (Ul>) _ From expei lencc in swirchiiiK for stniyrd clilldivn local police liavu winked out (he nvertigo lime It lukes •« child to wiinder a city blcck, Fi-oni the Icniilli of time llu hlli! polite 'lif likely u( senich, -ns Iwni mlssint i nieriiihic the »k '-adias foi ir»l He MANSriCLD. 0 (OP) _ The nichland Comity Hir !i6-rc|allo» has llled suit agnlnsl 40 Mansfield notiulcs nskhi!! nn Injmc- llon to icslraln llicm fiom per- foimhv.' llUKal |an practices •\V ANTED Government Loan Cotton I'hone 107 AI'PJiEBAUM HROS. COTTON CO. Bcrtlj BUe. Blythevllle, Ark Fun loving folks are sure strong for our Family's Whiskey Folks that have a liking for good old-fashioned fun —seem to go for our Family's Whiskey more than any other. .-. I don't' want to brag, but/ there's nogetting out of the tas'ti-' ness it's got. Nor the mildness of H neither. But then, you got to remember it took a long, long lime to get this Family Recipe of ours so extra tasty and all. 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