The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1955 · Page 20
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 20

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fAOBTWIHTf BLYTHEriLLI (ARK.)' COURIER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1951 Air Force Gives School Children a Real Jet Plane BAMTA PAULA, Caltf. I*) — When It's recess time at the Qlen City Elementary School the young- »ters make > be« line for an honest-to-goodness Thunderjet plane. Tfep, there Is » prominent spot on the school's 10-acre playground, jtandc a sleek, gray plane, steps leading to the cockpit on one side »nd » sliding board leading down the other. The playground's conventional swings and slides stand idle »nd forgotten. "M just got here," said Mrs. Ethel Hamilton, whose second- grade boys and girls were oh-ing and ah-lng about their new plaything. Mrs. Hamilton explained that the youngsters read a story last spring about another school being given a jet plane. The children at that school liked to explore it and draw pietww of It. Wrote Air Force Whe« her own pupils pleaded •with her to get them a jet,plane. Mr*. Hamilton, with the approval of the principal and superintendent, wrote the Air Force_, The pupils wrote some letters too. Vacation time came and passed. The Air Force information office at Los Angeles, pleased with the ide», wa« turning official wheels to see if a jet aircraft could be Youth Awarded $145,000 by Court SAW FRANCISCO Ifl — A Superior Court jury Wednesday awarded *145,090 to 16-year-old Dale Stopp, whoie legs were cut off by a South- «rn Pacific passenger train. Dale and hi« parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin J. Stopp of Redwood City, had sued the railroad for ««50,000. Dale, standing near a coach door when the train slowed for Redwood City, wn thrown out and Ms legs Wt.oH. procured for Glen City School. 'Hie big day finally came. A 70- foot, 20-ton trailer rolled down the highway toward the school. On top was the Thunderjet, complete ex cept for its engine. A big red tag said, "For the students at Olen City School." Nearly 10 Years Old The boys and girls were delight ed. It did not matter that th< plane was nearly 10 years old and had been classified as surplus. Mrs. Dorothy Pinkerton, principal, says the plane will, be a func tional piece of playground equip ment and a subject for sketching and drawing". "The youngsters love to study it. They'll be able to learn, wit] such a model to translate on pape their ideas of inanimate objects,' she said. "Then too, the plane will be a symbol to them of the jet age, an era of danger, and it will foste respect for the Air Force which dedicates ttsell to our defense and safety." Alex Stalcup, 10, heartily agrees "Boy, wowie, it's sure big. Can fly? I'm sure happy. We waited a Ion?.time. Gee." The Air Force happily noted tha "a lot of youngsters all over the land haven't seen a jet up close and it will surely contribute to these youngsters' education abou the world today." WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTT, ARKANSAS G. Robert Smith, Pltf. vs. No. 13,182 Rita M. Smith, Dft. The defendant, Rita M. Smith, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, O. Robert Smith. Dated this 6th day of December, GENUINE IK THE NEW ecatiter fashioned Bourbon hy StiucI-Wcllcr. . . the fincut! Hitfk faihion Decanter by Walter Lamlor . . . add* new beauty, convenience and decor at! v<i after-uses . . . making doubly welcome your gift of bonded OLB FrnCERALD . . . the final choice of mature t COSTS NO MORE THAN REGULAR FIFTH •MMN J**Mt STOPfN •ad pouring lip tletigned for tiiwy, graceful Miring, Removable lop* make attractive candalabn. Buy it impair*! A«k yrwr Aeahr foe f>VW Rowing attractive "ilo-it-yo«trtetf" afar* MMfVGKY tttAMtfT IOVMON WHffKfT •WMM MHMNV • NUM. What About Poor Rudolph? MIAMI, Fla. Ml—Christmas decorators around Here have trouble remembering it's eight — not nine or seven — reindeer that pull Santa Glaus' sleight. According to the old poem, "A Visit Prom St. Nicholas," they're | Dasher, Dancer. Prancer, Vixen, j Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen. i There are nine reindeer, howev- j er, pulling Santa's sled In from oi the Coral Gables City Hall; onl)' seven perform the chore atop the | Miami Beach'Auditorium. I Mayor Fred Hartnett of Coral j Gables said the ninth reindeer is Rudolph, a red.nosed animal. John t Poulos of the Miami Beach,Parks Department plans to ask the city j government for another reindeer. Richard Owen, D(t. The defendant, Richard Owen, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint o( the plaintiff, Barbara Owen. Dated this 29th day of Nov., 1968. gEAL GERALDINE L1STON, Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. Percy A. Wright, Atty. T. J. Crowder, Atty. Ad. I/item. 12/9-16-23-30 WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Barbara Owen, Pltf. vs. No. 13,119 1955. 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