The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1937 · Page 3
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27. 1937 Che Dion ne IIT- BI ^"rnEvn,Lin (ARK,) COURIER NEWS ,_» __ -• ——-.IIM. vu- m Up to Winter Sports .PAGE, THREE :«.'oi>yriBllt,'m7, \j:,\ S.T " * *• " -' •-• -- - _._,.-—_ •--- __ .'^ •" biwy" n Kct d tuT" her °pcrs"ctire I'"I--" ^'^ ^^ W " C " l "° S ' 1<W fC " <' c V«'»»l'the "quins' "i|;ht to work. Ark-Mo Wins Safety Trophy Ibis coasting busmen might be a lot more fun for Marie if some- Wheel There's tremendous fun In lust brj,,, „)••- - , rm», , , « 01,0 would como along and give her Mod a p.dl. Snow is One and i,, a grra t .snow-filled world C "h, dtover'n T'" **" ' ° *'" ° f C ° n<illnE 0 " .*<!., are thrllUng, but, they do" «op. and then you l,,vo to „,,»: nnd M,A sl , wt "« " ^, , 1- ^ .''^ ° "" IW * Ktol Nvllh " C1 ' ^' «"•> «*«. SheS one all the way back. upWll. ,,„ , ' , '" C " ° f "' to<> ' 1)l!iy - " llm « ll>0 w ""'l >» caught nappin E and end up in cord for 1936 Bos! Among Thirty Utility Companies iie Arkansas-Missouri Power of thla city has bee-n awarded Bold trophy of the Uurcau of ity, Chicago, for the best ac- nt record during 193G among thirty middle western utility Dairies belonging to the bit. It was revealed today by ies. II1I1 jr., president of the pany. rie, company, which operates in »«is nnd communities in Mis- iVand Arkansas, had no "tost accidents in.1935 and fewer or., accident-,;. ;> in proportion lo iber qf employes-....than,, any ir.vccinpany,, belonging to this iau. . _..... Second in 1S33 ^: n matter or fact," Mr. Hill "Arkansas-Missouri Power has operated for two nnd one-. ' years without a lost time «c- , t to any of Its employes, nnd Id have won the award for' hart it not been that another 1 piny in the group had n bet- ! record on minor accidents." j be. beautiful gold trophy has ' 1; presented to the company's "loyes in token of their coop- ion in the safely program and b> displayed at the company's 1 i offices In various Arkansas Missouri, towns. j r. Ilill issued a statement out-' ig; the • history -ami purpose of safety trophy: 1 Iboiit twenty years ago, thirty Ing utility companies in the die West, realising the im-, ance of : safety among their, 'loves, grouped themselves to-1 ler in order lo better organize ' plan to reduce the number of dents to their employes. These Miiles organized the Bureau iafety in Chicago, 111., and em- ed leading safety men to make iSj -for the promulgation of %•• throughout the thirty comes and prepare safey rules •regulations governing every of the work performed in the light, power and ice in. This organization lias •functioning successfully and ing steadily during ' these! years. Most of the pro- '• tonal safety men throughout country have been employed rained by the Bureau of Safe- llio oarent organization Imploj-cg Arc Trained m n °r f IM 1 "^P' 0 ^ "> the Six, , • V ""'Panics "re es- ally trained i,, .safety work Imve fixed ( i atcs r ' if • igs at-which their proWcms presented and discussed At lance at these mceliugs fc .ulsory but ,, sim ny the pro?, ° ,, SUCh fn illte «sting ire that the mandate or com Ion is unnecessary. Those em es who are prone to accidents natural carelessness arc en ^"h-l" CVC J'5'. W1 V to improve habits and. if such improve- 1s impossible, they are red from the payroll. Each an nward has been presented o company who possessed the safety record, or the C om- whoso employes had the least c r of minor or major ncci- ^PRESENTED BY BURFAU OF SAfLTY CHICAGO.! " Memphis ColWc Students A 1 1 -T c k Them ' SmasK Camera an The beautiful gold trouhy presented to the Arkamns-Mfssourl Powe company by the Bureau of Safety of Chlcneo for the best rccor among 30 middle western utilities for safety of employes durln? I93b Etinopiaii Target, Italian Idol MEMPHIS, Feb. 21 (UP)—Con- lioversv over charges of poorly bandied food nt the Western State Teachers collesre dining hall de- vcloptd into violence, today when a newspaper jihotogmiiher and '\vo reijortcrs were attacked hy a Bi'ouu oi students. A half dozen or more students, enraged when the photographer jumped a picture of a mass ni"rt- ccl'»'l bv Depn ,T. M. Smith, pushed him against a ( \vnll. smashed his camera and save him and t\vo accomuauying reporters Ibe "bum's n'sn." The photographer was Casey Elliott, the rcpsrters Bruce Tiickor and Eugene Rutland, all of the .Cpmiaeictel A^ieal.v Tlicy had gone lo the college on ntmor.s a proup of stud::i:i; had called a strike, seeking re-, instatsmcnt of Editor Joe Ciuess of the;.Tiscr Hng. school publication, \slio was dismissed lor allowing to be published an anony- mcus article criticizing food hanS- llng at the campus dining hall. About 100 students wtre attending, the meeting, called by Dean Sniitii, when Arch Colbriinn. new editor of the Ti3er Hag and n bait-dozen, cthcrii "riish'ed" them, the nc".v.<ijaptnnen reported. irramvl!l'e more than a thin.', of the college's IM students were said to have signed n petition seeking Guess' reinstatement. Colics;; officials havr indicated they will lake no further aclioi In Guess' case since the stiulfn, council voted against his reinstatement. They Indicated, hcw- evt.-f, the publication's board would consider a petition. Manila Society — Personal rkansas-Missourl Powci- com- which operates in ninety is and communities iji the two •=. with headquarters at Bly- 10, Arkansas, is'n member of Bureauiof safety, and the em- or Arkansas-Missouri Power ny won the award for hav- . ' QSt \ imc nccidcnts and ior accidents than any of group Included in the fhiriy panics. A.^ a matter of fact, ifas-Mlssouri Power Company operated for two atw 0116- A target for native assassins' bombs. Vlccwy Rodolfo Orazlanj ncvcrtlieless Is Ihe hero of Italian troops in Ethiopia. During hi s tour of Italy's new possession, soldiers in the Gulla-Sidamo re«ion hoisted him to their shoulders i.r tribute, ciraiianl was injured" on his return to Addis Ababa when nhlivcs threw hand grenades. linlf years without a lost lime accident lo any of its employes, nnd would have won the award for 1.135 linrt it not been that- one other cfitnpany in the group liad a bolter record on minor accidents." •- ! Rend Courier Nows Wont Ads Kisliop Uses Snow I'lauc EDMONTON (UPJ — A "snow- plane," au enclosed vehicle mounted on skis and driven by an cn- Slnc equipped with an airplane orcpoiler. has been built for use In the vast far north dloceso of Mackenzie by Bishop Brr-ynat, veteran norlhern Catliolic prelate, Word has teen received here :hat Henry Oclclen, formerly, of Manila, now living in Kcnnctt, Mo., \vas married recently. The '.ride Is the former Miss Vivian McOhee. also of Kenuett. They vill make Iheir home In Ihnl :lty where Mr. Golden is owner f a tailoring shop. Mr. Golden as fcr years associated '.vith .his alhcr in the prfKElntr business in his city. Mrs. \V. T. CoaLs has rettirtieel rom Tupelo. Miss., where she spent several days visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Handle. Mrs. Joe Crevisor of Portaye- vllle. Mo., and Mrs. Henry Smith cf Memphis were called here because of the illness and death jf th;lr father. Ell Morgan. Mrs. M. F. Gatrmrlght, wife cf Rev. M. O. Galhwright. pastor of the Baptist church, who has ccen 111 for a few days, Ls retorted improving. The Y. W. A. will meet at the home of Miss Clara Grace Ftox Monday cvcnine,. W. R. Noonnn. who was admitted to the Baptist hospital in Memphis li>sl Mnprlow. 13 reported lo be slowly improving 1 . Mr. aud Mrs. K. \V. Brown have returned from a week's visit with frle-nds and relatives in Scales Mcund. 111. • Mrs. S. D. Dodd and daughter. Miss Mary Florence, were called Tuesday to Walnut, Ridge, because of the illness of Mrs. Dodd's sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hughes and First Family of Philippines Visits U. S. Before Aurora United Manuel (left) States :: go i Quezon, first president of the Philippine Commonwealth, and his pretty daughters and Zenalda. tret back to Manila, they will | IRV « scen . a | nrgc pn , t of lllo worU In the ' for a two-month slay while Quezon ntlcntls' to oiricliil Philippine Imslness they will to Eiiglniul, perhaps I,, lime to witness Ihe coronation of King.,Cic6r B c' VI/ J^iHl^lJ^ip 'JVleels Davcy Jones Hallway • Mi-, Mrs. C. M. Hughes have returned from a Ihree months visit In Phoenix, Ariz. The taxable value of Ihe county of London. England, has been estimated at $300.680,830, Her decks ««•«[,, the Italton motor ship. Mire, lay on the bottom of the Columbia river 'hclnlewlv awaiting aid after a collision with Ihe S. S. Edward l.uckenlwch during a- gale near fininier Ore larlly loaded with lumber and general cargo, the Fcltre was en route from Seattle to Trieste' Italy One Person Rcpoited In- iurecl in Collision on Highway 61 At least cue person uns bc))e\ed to Imvc been hurt when a truck mid an automobile collided on Highway (il, a few miles, noiUi of BlyihcvlHo last nlghl The (ruck was tra\ellii(t south and Hie car, a practically new popular-priced model was B oln'( north when the accident occuircd W. R Armstrong of the icunue department, who Inmtlgnlnl t}ie accident, said Ihe mime of the car driver was ghcn to him as AI Jones. One woman was reported hurt In the collision She appealed in company with other\ at a farm house nearby fpi a f c » mlnuto and then, w.cnt away Mr Arm- slrcng caid as far as ),e kjicv there, .\vas,.no one in, Ihe ,,auto but the driver Ho salci no criminal prosecution had been requested by anyone concerned Jn Uia uccldetit. The automobile was lieniily clnmngctl. The truck, owned by the West Teifac-ssce Lumtor company of Memphis, was diiien by I'red Johnson. . Services at Manila for Eli Morgan, 84 . MAWLIA, Alk-Fiin'iil -Krvlces were held Thiirtday foi nil Mor»an, M, wjio died lite Wednesday after an lllnci. of nearl> a ycnr.. He had been a i evident of Manila .;'fpr 40 >ears Ecn-lccs were rojidiictccl in the McthcdlsL clnirch by thf rtev Mi Flowers, pastoi of On! Pentecostal church. • i Mr, Morgan 15 sui ,hec! Itj his wife. |wo dauglitcrs. Mrs/- 'Jess Crevfeor of Portngcv'Hle, Mo., and Mrs. Ileiny Smith of Memphis, one son. HIley Morgan of Manlla-i rnd Uvo step-daiighlcrs, M re , Tnl- mldse Lse and Mrs. Islism Johnson. Her crew u:w rescued. Pack Doc Pays a Formal Call This hungry doc strolls upon the front porch and |>ays a midwinter call on a' ranger in Yellowstone Park, but It's probably the odor of fcod from Hie kitchen of Die ranger's wife In which the deer Is Interested. Heavy snow makes foraging difficult, and herds of deer gravliate toward park headquarters, where they are nlwayn sure, of a "handout." Manila Glee Club * Will Give Operetta MANILA. Ark,—The Manila high schcol glee chib will present on operetta, portraying Indian life, Thursday, March 4, in the gymnasium. The decoration of the stage is In charge of Arnold S'hillips who is painting a nature srn:? on the staje. The characters are: Clifford White, Pierce Tatum, Bcrl Wllliam.';, Jacfc Berry. Rnby Grimes. Marlha Whitelay. Kathcrine Tipton. Virginia Smith. Veda McDonald r.nri Ray Tipton. The in-ill i'avc a supporting cast of 23 students who will impersonate In- dhn maidens and braves. Miss Cnrclyn Haley, dramatic instructor. Is director. Miss Mar- Ilin Ann Wliitelity is ajsLstant dl- -ectcr. Miss Lucille Curiwright 1.5 cccompanist and Edward Rey- In advertising manager Death Claims Second of Roseland Twins Belly Johnson, four-day old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson of the Hoseland community, died last night at the family home. Her twin brother, Cecil Johnson Jr.. died at birth. Funeral services were held this afternoon at Manila c-emetery where Interment was made. The Cobb Funeral Home was In charge of funeral arrangements. Two' thousand five huntlral buildings In New York City are supplied with sleam by one public utilities company. Read Courier News Want Ads "BEHNAT" KNITTING VABNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS Nmv spring and summer yarns Latest Styles Classes, Friday. 2:30 P M MRS. LE?LIE HOOPER 1109 Chlcknsaubfl Phone 132 Drs. Wert & Wert OFTOMETBISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phono 640 Now Open for Business Our New Service Station 21 Hour Service Tires Repaired • • Gas Delivered Wrecker Service . Tom Little Chevrolet Co Phone 533

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