The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1948 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 1, 1948
Page 13
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SHIELDING DOES IT! For quick start* in wet weather Install Avoid stalling caused by driving rain or melting snow. Protect your ignition .system with MoPAR Evr-Dry Shielding. It's the new way t o keep spark plugs and connections dry o- wettest SHIELDING FOI IGNITION SYSTEMS ON CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH CARS Phone 2122 — Sales, and Service . SEAY MOTOR CO. 131 East Main St. BLYTHEV1LUS (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Six in Arkansas Die Violently Clarkcdale Flier Killed When Plane Hits Power. Line • By United Pro.) At least six persons, Including two young children, met violent deaths during Ihe last 24 hours. One died in the crash of a slngle-englned Plane, one was scalded, one drowned, two were fatally burned and one was a victim of an auto crasli B .P. Root, jo, commercial n\'. lot, was killed when his plane struck a high tension wire and plowed Into a gravel road near Clarkcdale. He was working Tor Uic E H.Clark Flying Service wlilch operate^ on plantations In the area Root was ironi Lacrosse, Wis. The body ot three-year-old Sha- ion Kay Steifens 'was to be sent to Pcrryvllle, Mo., for funeral and burial. She fell into a kettle of boiling water while at the home of her eiandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Miller of Pocahontas Her Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Vernold Steffens of Pocahontas. The drowned body of 15-monlhs- old John Matthew Sublatt, son at Mr. and Mrs. s. O. Sublatt of Dubuque community 14 m ii e5 Norll , of Harrison, was found by his mother at Ihe edge of a pond near their farm home. Efforts by Harrison firemen to revive the infant were fruitless. L. B. Mogel, 44. Harrlsoji businessman died from burns suffered when his home was damaged by fire. He was found unconscious in his bedroom. - Funeral sen-ices were being planned for Mrs. Maxine Stan ton of Lepanlo, 21-year-old mother of three children, who died In a Memphis hospilal from burns she re- Communism Patches Its Fences in Far East nTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIrTTTTTI • • 11 PAGE Cmnmunilt army li IMmllrjfiM In ^rive, aimt4 at cftrtpktc MutlMtlwi Noti«««l.iti i«1»Uiit9M<MiHi« _ Chiiwtt Cftmmunilti en prcttin^ a d forces in noilhwett ChLiwond Manchuiio. Commum.ts are Moslem-Hindu unity to strengthen ttietr Influence ' arc lo unite mul Chinc&r, Malay and Indian clement in o "pcof>lc'i revolution," nigic split o united fndio intt lift end right vittm. Insulates ai\d Decorates! BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS FOR EVERY ROOM IN Now you can insulate and decorate your home at the. •ame time with economical WAL-FELT! Easily applied iritfcpa*leor!, WAMLXTis fadcproof and ready- trimmed. Printed on heavy felt paper stock. • 18' Width Boll Containing 100 Sq. Ft 9j c YOUR HOME 2 94 Tor •*•"»»•, room Pemiscot County Red Cross Drive Falls Far Behind CAR.UTHERS01LLE. Mo.. April 1. —E. G. Roland, chairman of the Pemiscot County Chapter of American Red Cross, announced today that the 19« Fund Drive was extremely far behind, with only »2gOO being reported by the various community drive chairmen. The Quota for the county for this drive Is $15,000. During March, Mr. Roland said Ihe local office had handled in cases, with J45 aid given Army cases. $61.18 lor civilian maintenance, $140.86 <°r art disaster, and JZ99.20 for medical and hospltaliz-a- tion aid cnses. Only this week, he said, 11 Pchil- scot County families were struck by sudden disaster. Nine families of the Steele: commurifty appealed for Hid and rehabilitation when their belongings were swept awny by fires, nnd two families sought rehabilitation aid when windstorms damaged or destroyed their homes and furnishings. Mr. Roland said that if the 1948 quota was not met, the local chapter faced two alternatives: (1) clgse the office because .of lack of funds or (2) curtain all assistance to only those cases where it was an absolute matter of life or deatli Racing Season Opens At Jamaica Today NEW YORK, April 1. (UP)_Thc worlds biggest city, victim of the most vicious Winter in « 5 history today welcomed the first 'official harbinger of Spring—the opening of the racing season at Jamaica Upwards of 30,000 turf foliowe-s were expected to Jam the undersized Long Island course for the Inaugural program which will spotlight the 3»th running of the »30- OOO Paumonok Handicap. WU.'i the threat of a strike by grooms and exercise boys already removed, the only sour note is expected to be sounded by old Jupiter Pluvius. The weather man. in a typical April fool's day trick, has promised showers early this afternoon. British women spend 50 per cent less than American women for footwear, even in normal limes: ccivcd when she mod kerosene to klncile a fire. Officers said Paul H. Spear, 28 North Little Rock salesman, apparently fell asleep behind the •vhecl as his car plunged off highway 11 between Bntesville and Bald Knob. 1 Requirement In TV A Law Questioned WASHINGTON, April 1. (up)_ Sen. John Sherman Cooper, R Kv totiay questioned the desirability of a provision In the Tennessee Valley Authority Inw requiring Tv - A directors lo profess n belief In Us TcaslblUly B nd w hdom." Jfowevcr. ho snltl he hnd not decided whether the provision should be cllmlnnlcrt as proposed In a bill hitroduced by Sen, Kenneth Mc- Kcimr, D.. Tcim. In addition lo eliminating this provision, McKellnr's bill would generally curtain TVA's administrative F,?l C ",."" d «*• ,Pon«r,rf doscr Coojicr Is a member of the Sen- <H e bill. Ho said he believes ib Is "absolutely necessary that the directors be loya to TVA and give their best services." But, he said, he docs "not like any provision by which the Congress, or the executive department, attempts to impose on ah appointee that ho shall hold and retain ccr- l*in fixed opinions." He said such a restriction Is "Inimical to the Idea of a free government and a free people." "I don't x believe that conformity of opinion should be Imposed on any Individual," Cooper said. J. J. Nicholson Injured In Crash Near Mi$s Saliba Shows Film At Kiwanis Luncheon On Trip Mad* *o Syria Miss Alice Saliba, Blythevllle showed motloji piclinc.s mid described her trip last. Summer to Lcbannon and Syria, for members of the Kiwanas club nt their reu- ular meeting at the Nobl* Hotel yesterday, J. Nick Thomas, [ormer Blythe- vlllc Kiwaiilan now living in Hop- klnsvillc, Ky., was guest ot the luncheon meeting. Garbage Collection Halted by High Wol.r CAnUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Aurll 1 —The Sanitary Department of the c ly has been forced lo stop collection of rubbish and garbage in the residential sections of the city due to waters from the Mississippi River Hooding tile passageway to the city's garbage disposal grounds State Aid Funds Given Pemiscot County Schools CARUTHERSVILLK, Mo., April 1 -Tin third and fln»l p»ya»«nt ot sUUs aid to PemUcot County schools lias been received, It wu announced yesterday by Harold s. Jon«, county clerk, and checks are being mailed la the schools this week by County Treasurer Kay (Campbell. ' The total received wu $117,684 15 *ith rural achoola recelvin« »15. OW.15, and the-H high school dU- trlclji of the county receiving (101,- Carutliersvllle schooln received >1«.6H.5S, with Steele'Khool* r» ctlYlnj the nr.t »U,S04.75. Apportionment lor •• Rural irhnl« H^_ ' f Fourteen Bend, |MUf; ] Si' 1 **? 11 ' 'rm.w; draw lu, tS»5.$5; »3«5,85; Nttl.^^,,, Orchard, U.J57.S5; K; Darnell, MUJt. , , UUh Schools—HolUad, 'f**^««r Hajrward, »«.TO.60; War3tfL|55C -. 40; Concord, *3,OM.M; Ocotar *•- i 113,60; D«rlng, Hl,mS?SiE£ ' I dodo, M,554.45; Steete, H1J««.Tei ' , Bragg city, |« ; »45.30: Uartt. *"- JJJ flO 1 ys««..iw J .__jt._ ^. —iZ7'_T^^^ APRIL 11 to 18 (1 P.M. TO 10: JO rM.) Shelby County Budding MEMPHIS FAIRGROUNDS NEWEST IN HOME EQUrPMENTi - tM«« , pf v , 5e ,„ MEMPHIS and MID-SOUTH HOME SHOW ^- 1 '' lr - " n(1 M " W. B. Nlcholson.j 115 Walnut, returned yesterday afternoon. nflcr visiting their son, J J. Nicholson, who is in Allen's Hospital In Balcsville due to In- purlcs suffered ill an automobile accident Tuesday night. Mrs. Nicholson reported her son's condition as favorable, but £a id that x-ray's were still being made, and further examinations will be made as his condition improves. Young Nicholson was approaching n curve on a hill, South of Batcsville on Highway 11 when I he noticed two approaching cars one attempting to pass the other. He pulled to the shoulder of the highway, - vV hich proved to he steep and very soft, causing him to lose control of his car.' The car- nosed over the embankment, and alter bouncing some 75 feet and over a fence landed in an upright position. Hfr. Nicholson was taken to the | hospital and report.'; Indicate that he has n broken facial bone, a broken or badly sprained ankle, and a back Injury. His car was damaged considerably. Mr. Nicholson left Blythcvillo last , Fall and has been district rnspcc- i -or for the Stale Approval Agency, Stale Department of Vocational Ed- ucatlon, In Balesvllle. Hc was do- ! Ing similar work In this district before going lo Batcsvlllc. Crisp goodness flavor-rich per/ec tion Bacon For • brighter breakfast, for a light lunch or "upper, Ever-Good B*con adds extra zest »nd nutrition. 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