The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 14, 1955
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PAOB TWO BtraiEVTLLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14,1988 Committee to Study Possibilities Of Underground Storage of Oil By CHARLES HASLET AP Special Washington Service WASHINGTON (AP) — The government is showing increasing interest in underground storage of petroleum products. At its request the National Petroleum Council has set up a committee to study the oil industry's experience. The government is interested from three viewpoints: defense, economic and safety. DYES5 NEWS By Mn. J. L, Jacob* of Kansas spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Taff. A. A. Huroid Williams of Millington, Tenn., spent the weekend here The request to the council, an industrial group, was made by Hugh A. Stewart, director of the Oil and Gas Division of the Interior Department. Walter S. Hallanan, council president, named H. S. M. Burns, president of Shell Oil Co., New York, as chairman of the study committee. A council committee concluded in 1952 that underground storage of such products as liquefied petroleum gas was feasible. Since then, there has been a substantia increase in underground storage and in the methods used for pro- Judges Urge Christmas Spirit YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (J) — The Christmas season is really here. Municipal Judges Forrest J. Cavalier, Robert D. Nevin and Prank H. Franko made the following appeal to lawyers in an advertisement published Monday, in . the Legal News: "In keeping with the holiday spirit we know that you will want viding such stOiflge. Underground Caverns Underground storage now is being used for other oil nrodncts and: for natural gas. And the Defense Department expects to use underground caverns and old .'alt mines for .storage of such military prod- ducts as jet fuel and aviation gas- olines. Natural gas now is being stored j by the gas industry in suitable un-j dcrground "domes" or put back: underground through exhausted' i-as wells in the summer to be drawn upon in winter peak demand periods. Stewart requested the advisory council to "review the industry's experience with underground storage for petroleum products and submit such report and comments as the council deems appropriate, and include in the report information on the over-all capacity of such storage now in use, by types regional locations and types 01 products stored." Cafe Pickers Used Their Credit HAYWARD, Calif. '.* — George "This place unfair to Domingo!" Vassilopulous invited Domingo Va-! A few minutes after he started; lin. 39, Monday to get out of his i inarching in front of George's, uvo' cafe. ! customers came out. George complained that Domingo | "want a job?" asked Domingo.; never bought more than a cup of j Arquimedes Dellar and Angelo' coffee when he dropped in and sat j Qouzales quickly took his offer of : - - •• """• coffee - drinking | 51 35 an hour to lake over the, with around friends. Domingo, who said he once was a Joe Louis sparring mate and claims a 1939 knockout of Lee Savold, reacted in a manner unexpected of a retired pugilist. He checked a point With to cooperate with us and not seek j ? to attach the Christmas pay of any I rj' e . picketing. With cheerful relish. Domingo gave all who passed a rundown on; what was giving. j Vassilopulous'^low burn acceler-i ated. ; Arquimedes and Angelo were out j Kefauver's Announcement Due Friday? LOS ANGELES OPi—Sen. Kefau- i \er D-TiMin plans a news conference j in Washington Friday. It ^"111 come : as no .surprise should he announce i then that he seeks ihe Democratic ; presidential nomination. The senator, taking oH yesterday on a three-city southern California visit, has been saying publicly that he would announce his decision later this month or early in January, also that "if I run for anything it will be president, not vice president." But Monday the Chattanooga Times said Kefativer was reported to have made a "firm decision" to enter the presidential race and announce it in Washington Friday. Ke- fnuver said in San Francisco that he could not. confirm the report. Later, in Los Angeles, his press secretary Charles Aldrich remarked that "the Chattanooga Times is a reliable newspaper" and said the senator will hold a news conference in Washington Friday. Hawaiians annually consume between 19 and 20 quarts of ice cream per capita. with relatives. Mrs. Lillian Larue and daughter Diane. Mrs, Doris Larue and baby, Mis Martha Elrod and Miss Bonnie Butler of Bassett visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams Saturday. Floyd Cato, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Cato of Dyess. and Miss Sue Daniels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Daniels of Dyess, were united in marriage Friday, Dec. 8, at Hcrnando, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sornson and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sornson were Osceola visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Marshell and hi.s mother, Mrs. Leona Marshell of Kennett, Mo., were Sunday guests in the home of the latter's son. Jack Marshell, and family. Miss Alice Taff of Memphis spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taff. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gilrnore and sons and Mrs. Florence Gilmore spent the weekend in Memphis visiting relatives. Clifford Wood spent the weekend in Memphis as guest of his sister, Mrs. J. W. McMillan. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bezzo are in Memphis visiting their son. Basil Bezzo, and family. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood spent Monday In Osceola. Mrs. Ada Webb of Osceola spent several days last week here visit- Ing Mrs. Wilina Holt and family. Orville L. Modesitt of Eglin Air Force Base in Florida spent the weekend here with his .parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Modesitt. The Rtv. W. W. Peterson has returned from Sedalia, Mo. Mrs. Peterson remained for an extended visit with their son, S/Sgt Sherman Peterson, and family. Clyde Daniels and Miss Rosetta Humphries spent the weekend in Memphis as guests of his mother, Mrs. Ralph Clark, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs spent j Sunday and Monday in Memphis visiting their son, James Jacobs, and family. Mrs. R. R. Holland spent Friday in West Memphis visiting her daughter. Mrs. Alice Lowe. Mrs. Lowe returned home with her mother for the weekend. The Adult Sunday School Class of Central Baptist Church is hav- ing > Christmas party *t the church Thursday night. Miss Mozelle Williams of Memphis spent the weekend here as guest of, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams. Mrs, Ray Cash, Mrs. R. R. Hol- land, Mrs. Vernon Butler and Mr§. 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