The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWxj Bl/nWEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER. NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL M, 195S. Michigan Oil Men Warned Of Supreme Court Ruling STREET SCENE — THEN AND NOW — The even on hlph ground then and travelers had to ;er, president of the county group, will be in charge. He states that evidently more than the usual number of visiting singers and groups will be on hand to participate. . On Monday, the Independent Order of Oddfellows, Steele l>odge <to, 859, and Rebekah Lodge No. 83, will hold open house and per- orm drills. They also will lead 'oik dances In which the public Is invited to Join. Picture* To Tell Story A feature planned this year Is a display of pictures dating from current events to early years in he history of ihe "Bootheel." There will be several hundred pictures In the gallery. Many will make the pilgrimage Mt. Zlon Cemetery early Sunday and throughout the day for decorating of graves. The Cemetery, one of the largest burial grounds in Southeast Missouri Is recognized for its beauty and being well kcptv Three new memorial markers will be seen In the Cemetery this year, Olrls in a welcome booth will register visitors to the city during Homecoming Week. Mayor Chas. E. Bates and city officials will greet officials from neighboring towns or the evening programs. top picture shows Steclc's main street, In 1D03 and was taken ti'om Uie same point as the lower picture made recently. Highway 61 wits little more than a cow path, main thoroughfare being from timber camps west and north to Cottonwood ferry. Floods made farming hazardous zig-zag across country dodging lakes and swamps H. L Yoager, who copied the old picture, couldn't find a person who could Identify those In the picture. Many remembered the old saloon, depot and general store, however. (Photos by Yeaftr) Steele to Observe Second Annual Homecoming Wee/con May 26-30 By H, L. YEAGKR Courier News CorrrNpontlrnt STEELE, Mo. — Now fifty-three years old and approximating a population of 3,000, Sfeele hag set its second annual Homecoming Week for May 26 through the 3()th. Only seven miles from the Arkansas-Missouri state line in the "Bootheel," Steele is called the last frontier in Missouri. The success of the event last year sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce has encouniReci an expansion of Uie program to welcome back those who have a yearning to visit the old home town. The program will open Thursday night. May 26, with an open house party to members ol Steele Lodge No. 634 A. F, & A. M. ant! the Order of Eastern Star at lodge rooms. For others thai, evening there will be a varied program and street entertainment. Friday iifternoon, the Rotary Club will sponsor itn amateur show and contest, ami that evening the Kiwanl.s Club will sponsor a beauty conk'sl. Those events drew large crowds last year and they will be similarly presented this year. Saturday afternoon, the Chamber of Commerce has charge of a va rlrly' program that will Include street entertainment and an chestra. Singing Convention The Pemiscot Singing Convention will hold a midnight singing Saturday night with several quarto tics h-om both out of town and homo featured. The sinking group will again hold forth Sunday afternoon. Troy Tee- OVERED! more enjoyment for 7V JFD Jetenna Why take anything less than Ihe bust in your TV rweplion? It's really easy and costs less than you would expcil. The ullra-sensilife JFD JtTcnaa ii all you need (or crystal-dear receptioa on all channels from 2-13. And your JfO Jtfrnni will always look <wf perform like new because it's made J aircraft alumifwu. We're specialists in JFO ontenni inUollntiorK »d we wouM like la sh«* yw what Hw JcTema CH 4t f«r ywt reception. HUM us today for a free estimate of yewr location's math by ... World't Larymtt Manufacturer of TV Anttnnot and Acc«nor/*i CITY RADIO & TV SERVICE "W» Service All Mokes of Radio and TV" 138 E. Main CECIL RUCKER, Owner Phone 3-6243 DETROIT if* — Members of the Michigan Petroleum Asioclttlon were told yesterday that the movement ot northern Industry to the South will be accelerated If the U. 8. Supreme Court's decision In the Phillips case li allowed to stand. In that case the high court held ay a 5-3 majority that the Federal Power Commission has Jurisdiction over well-head prices paid for natural gas delivered to pipelines for Interstate commerce. Samuel B. Ptttenglll, former Indiana Congressman and now an attorney for the Pure Oil Co., said, "This great natural resource (gas) Is In Jeopardy at least so far ai northern o o n s u m e r > are concerned." "If the decision stands," Pettengill said, "the inevitable trend will be to divert gas from the interstate markets to those located In the stales where the gas Is produced, chiefly In the southwest." He added: "A chemical plant In Texas and an aluminum plant in Louisiana already consume half again as much gas as all household users In Detroit, Milwaukee and Kansas City NOTICE My Office Now Located 122 W. WALNUT (Blyrhevill* Federal Savings & Loan Aitn. Bldg.) Across from Court House KEMP WHISENHUNT REALTOR Ph. 3-4469 Indian Monkeys For SaIk Vaccine Arrive in U. S. NEW YORK (/ft— A »hlpment ol BOO Rheius monkey! to be UMd In research and development of Salk vaccine arrived here by plane from combined." Fettenglll said the Phillips decls-, Ion In effect made the business of producing gas a public utility. "It Is a return in times of peace, not war. to the philosophy of government price fixing." he asserted. About 400 oil men are attending the association's spring convention. London Monday. Tbe caged monkeyi itarUd thtlr Journey at New D«lhi. India. Th«)r were coniirned to the National Foundation for Infantile Paralyiis which ordered them taken to Okatie Farm, Prltchardvllle, B.C.. to b« conditioned lot medical research. Three monkeye died during the flight. 450 Seeking LRAFB Jobs LITTLE ROCK Iff — More th«n 15,000 persons have applied for 450 civil service jobs at the Little Rock Air Force Base. The Civil Service Commission said that Monday was the deadline for kppUcfttlont for many Jota, bill that tome clajilficntlons wlU remain open. The jobt are to be filled bj July. Hotel Owner Tells About Experience With Pyramid CALICO ROCK, ARK. "We received your checks in payment of our recent claim. The Pyramid Life Insurance Co. certainly pays their claims promptly. We are highly pleased with the Pyramid Plan and any time we can recommend your company to^ any prospective purchaser in this vicinity, we will certainly do so. We own and operate the Hotel here and will spread the word about Pyramid among traveling men." So writes Alexander S. Smith, Riverview Hotel. The Pyramid Plan can be tailored to your insurance noed*. I f , will cover you or your entire family with liberal benefits for hospital, doctor, and surgical expenses. Pyramid Plan includes benefits for doctor calls at home, income I protection while unable to work due to injury or confining sickness, maternity, polio, accidents and many other benefits. Write the Pyramid Life Insurance Co., 727 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City 1, Kas., we'll mail you the free informative booklet "What You Should Know About Health and Accident Insurance." Coverage under the Pyramid Plan may well mean protection of your life savings. Get the facts todav. SPECIAL! MOORE Furniture Co. "Save More At MoonV 306-310 E. Main Ph.2-2660 Got an itch . _ to switch the pitch ? W ANT to do what a pilot does when he clears for take-off? 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But conies the need for emergency acceleration, and—like a pilot does for quick take-off and climb—you switch the pitch of those Dynaflow propellers for action, just by pressing the pedal all the way down. Instantly, you get full-power response for split-second getaway, or for a 'sudden safety-surge to get out of a tight spot on the highway. It's a response thrilling beyond all previous experience — because there's never been anything like it before in any car. And we'd like you to try it—along with the walloping new V8 power, the cruiser-steady ride, the fine handling ease, and the true big-car roominess that are all part and parcel of every Buick. Can you come in today—this week, for sure —and test pilot the hottest Buick yet built? *D>na/Ioii' Drtie is standard on Ro*dmtt:ef, optional ft extTilcolt on other SeritJ. Thrill of the yea Buick MIUON «!«!! 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