The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1955 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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TUESDAY, MARCH I, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Original members of Air Detachment at Ft. Sam Houston are shown above. From [eft to right (II Cpl. Glenn Madole; (2/ Herbert Marcus; (3j Pvt. R. W. Brown; (4) O. O. Simmons, civilian; (5i Pvt. Felix Clarke; (6) Cpl. V. L. Surge; (7) Sgt. S. J. Idzorck; (8; Pvt. W. C. Aboliii. Not .shown arc Li. B. D. Foulois, commander; Pvt. Pierce and Pvt. Kenneth Kintzei. tap!. B. D. Foulois, father o( military aviation. Here's What The USAF Grew From Uncle Sam's war birds will be 45 years old on tomorrow and the Armed Services will celebrate the birthday at Ft. Sum Houston, Tex. Returning 10 take part in the celebration will be Ma j.-Gen. Bcnja- min D. Foulois <ret.), who as a young second lieutenant started it all when he flew the government's first plane (Wright A-1009> on March 2, 1910. Foulois' nine enlisted men and one airplane grew into the massive U. S. Air Force, but it wasn't easy. As a young Signal Corpse officer, Foulois was ordered to Ft. Sam Houston with instructions to teach himself how to fly. He had been allotted $150 to maintain the airplane. The repair bills alone during the first four months exhausted the appropriation, so Foulois dug into his own pocket for $300 to help cover the cost of new material. In addition to his personal money, Foulois had help and material from plumbers, carpenters, painters and blacksmiths at the base. Despite many setbacks, Foulois continued to fly and improve the lone airplane. But more important was the impetus Foulois' experiments gave to aviation. In 1011 the U. S. appropriated $125.000 for military aviation. Contrast that with expected expenditures of $15.fiGO,OOQ,OOQ during 1956. Florida GOPs To Sue Hotel Suit Is Outgrowth Of Negro Incident At Lincoln Dinner MIAMI, f'la. r.tt — Dade County: Republicans last night voted to sue] the Urmcy Hotel over a Lincoln: Day dinner incident in which 24 Negroes were asked to leave. | The Republican County Execu-; live Committee also; ; Apologized to guests of Ne«ro j committee members who were ein-j barrassed by the incident. j Commended the action of officers ! and committee members who walked out of the dinner in protest. Ike to (iel Facts Ordered a resume of the facts to be sent to President Eisenhower. Called for a federal investigation to determine il civil liberties were violated. Joe Miller Jr., a Young Republican leader, blamed Edward N Claughton, owner of the hovel. Miller said that while plans for the dinner were announced six weeks in advance. Claughlon registered objections only three days before it was 10 he held. \yarned Beforehand Bert Acker, cochairman of the dinner and twice candidate for governor of Florida, said he had notified Wesley Garrison, state committeeman and cochairman, three days before the Feb. 12 incident (hat ClauelHon said Negroes could not be .served in the dining room. Acker said he urged Garrison to heed Clautdnon and asked the Negroes to stay away. Garrison said, however, that Joe Clemmons. operator of the dinine room, agreed to serve the Negroes. No details over size of the suit or what charges may be brought were announced. Spunky Teller Gets Her Way BUFFALO, N. Y. '* — A spunky woman teller in a collection office of the Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. met an obliging holdup man. When the man poked a revolver at Miss Margaret A. Bock, 49, yesterday and ordered her Co put cash into a brown paper bag. she pu.shcd about $200 at him and told him to' put it in the bag himself. He did. "I thought I'd done enough just by letting him have tho money," she said. j Then she asked for,some money' back to make change for her cus-j tomers. The holdup man gave her' a $5 bill and a few singles. Culture pearls have but a frac- Araucuna chickens of South lion of the value of natural pcnrls. America lay blue-Khcllud egys. NEWS! DOG BITES MAN . . . Yes, il's bad news if il's your clog ... or U'jf. Gel liahilily and accident and health protection today ... he don-gone smart! (,'all us now. RAYMOND ZACHRY 118 N. 2nd. Insurance Agency Phone 3-8815 Read Courier News Classified Ads. to trie Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D. C. at the Wright A-1909, the Army's first plane. Snow Halts Snow Truck ELY. Nev. '.-ft — Workers du? for hours to free a big truck snowbound by a blizzard on Mirray Summit south of here. The truck was loaded with 6.200 pounds of artificial snow en route to a movie set at Sun Valley Idaho. "BACKWARD" OPKRA Richard Wagner wrote ."Lohengrin" in reverse, starting the opera with the third act, then writing the second, and finishing with the first act in 1843. • THE "ALWAYS PLENTY" WAY! To solve your household problem of plenty of hot water, whenever > a HEAT.MASTER automatic water heater. Generously thii-k insiilat advanced principles of heat transfer assure you the maximum hi minimum fuel cost. And your HEATMASTER automatic water h&ttc naclJy iht temperature you prefer. and water s atiju; it, install the most with the liable for Father-Son Deal CULVER CITY, Calif. i.fl — Hill Roach Jr. h:i.s :innouncccl purchase nf the Hill Roach Studios from his Inther. Hal E. Roach. The price Wits not disclosed, but a studio announcement said more than 10 million dollars' wdrth ol assets Were involved. Delliology is the science nf i:ol-' In a million tons of Ihe earth's i let; ting postal cards, a popular hobby. crusl. there are only four tons ot uranium. \V A R N I N G OR I) E R IN THE CHAN'CKRV (,'OURT, CIIICKASAWKA DISTRICT. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Lorcne Aldcrson, Pltf. vs. No. 12.872 Fred Alderson, Dft. The defendant, Fred Alderson. is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Lorene Alderson. Dated this 21st day of February. 1955. SISAL GERALDINE I.ISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE. D. C. T. J. Crowiier. Ally, for Pltf. Percy A. Wright. Atty. Ad Litcin. 2 22-3,1-8-15 The Chinese had discovered na-; tural p.is as early na 940 B. C.. '• and \\rrr. pipmc 1 ii through hoi- j low bamboo rods !o evaporate. brine to produce salt. . ' The Finest USED TRACTORS Arc Traded in on the NEW FORD 600 and 800 TRACTORS You Can Buy Them At Bargain Prices-Easy Terms At SNOW TRACTOR CO. 112 N. 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