The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1955 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 25, 1955
Page 14
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BLTTHETUiLH (ARK.T COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL M, 1958 New Violence Is Reported In Rail and Phone Strikes ATLANTA (AP) — A new wave of cable cuttings and the knocking out of a railroad bridge by fir« were reported as regional telephone and railroad strikes entered their 43rd The violence climaxed a weekend marled by mob rowdiness in Florida, derailment of » freight train in Kentucky and the failure of three governors to settle the phone strike at an Atlanta conference. Two homemade bomb* blasted the Gretna, La., telephone exchange last night but no injuries were reported and officials said equipment apparently WES undamaged. A hole was blown in the concrete roof of the building. Police said one bomb apparently exploded before it hit the roof, the other on contact. The slashing of cables in Mobile and Montgomery temporarily disrupted service to thousands of Southern Bell Telephone Co. customer* in Alabama. One Montgomery radio station waa off he air several noun. A 104-foot section of a Louisville & Nashville Railroad bridge rix miles east of Calera, Ala., was so badly damaged by Jire It will have to be rebuilt. F. W. Klrch- ner, LAN division superintendent, SCHOLARSHIP— James Leroy Hall, 2020 Vine, Blylhc- vllle, has been named one of the principals by the state selection committee in the selection of the regular NROTC scholarship winners. Principals will be enrolled for the 1955-56 college year, It was announced oy the U. S. Navy. The selection carries a full four-year college scholarship in one of the NROTC colleges, covering all academic expenses, uniforms and providing retainer pay of $600 a yenr, lending to both a defcree and-.commission as an ensign In the Navy. Selections in the highly competitive program were based upon nationwide aptitude examinations, high school standing and ofllcer Interviews by the Naval officers. estimated damage at »1M,000 and said he believed the blaze was of Incendiary origin. Kentucky state police said 35 slicks of dynamite were found attached to an LIN bridge at Wasl- olo, near Pincville, Ky. Trooper Robert Rose said the dynamite was in a paper shopping bag and was rigged so it could be exploded electrically. At Wasnmgion, ijiH company and union representatives met four hours with the National Mediation Board but no change In the situation was reported. Oov. Lawrence Wetherby of Kentucky asked the 13 governors oi the states affected by the LIN walkout to meet In Nashville Tuesday with company find union representatives In a new effort to reach agreement. Seven men were arrested on disorderly conduct charges at Miami, Pla., when 40 policemen and firemen broke up a noisy crowd of about 500 outside the main telephone exchange. Hoses were turned on the crowd and union leaders protested the action u «n- necessary. Six crewmen were Injured in the derailment of >n LkN freight train five miles south of Barbourville, Ky. Four diesel engines and 27 curs went off the rails. A company spokesman termed the incident sabotage. Govs. Marvin Griffin of Georgia, Hugh White ot Mississippi »nd James Folsom of Alabama, made an unsuccessful attempt In Atlanta to settle the strike of the Communications Workers of America (CIO) against Southern Bell. AFL nonoperatlng unions are on strike against the LSiN for a'mcdl cal care insurance plan to be paid on a 50-50 basis by the company and '.he employes. Operating un ions—men who actually run the trulnn— are refusing to cross picket lines of nonoperatlr unions. Southern Bell worker! are out In a contract dispute. Noted Lawyer Dies of Illness MARTINSBURO, W. Va.., </!>)— Clarence E. Martin, 75. prominent corporation lawyer who figured In a bitter 1941 battle between Sen. Necly D - WVa. and ex - Gov. Homer Holt, died here yesterday. He had been ill four years. He was a former president of the American Bar Assn. 72 Drown in Korea PUSAN, Korea (/T 1 )—Twelve passenger* drowned yesterday when a Korean passenger vessel sank after hitting a submerged reef near Kojo Island, south of. here. Police reported 91 other Korean passengers and crewmen aboard the crowded 30-ton Sammonyone Ho were rescued. Fast Traveler First person to travel faster than 100 miles an hour was James B. Weaver. In 1885, he made a speed of 107 miles per hour on the Shrewsbury river In his ice yacht. Fair, Satisfactory Claim Settlement with Pyramid LITTLE ROCK, ARK. "Thanks for tht chock, which was in full settlement for my recent sickness und expenses while in the hospital. I arid my wife have 4 policies with the Pyramid Life Insurance Co. and have had several claims all settled very fair and satisfactory. I highly recommend the Pyramid Plan to all and in fact no one can afford to be without this protection and most fair treatment they furnish." So writes John Graves of the Mayfnir Hotel. If you do not have insurance to heln meet the expenses of hospital and medical hills you should get all the facts on the Pyramid Plan. We have prepared an informative booklet on this type of Insurance which should help you decide what you need. Send to Pyramid Life Insurance Co., 727 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City 1, Kas. and we'll mail you your free copy of "What You Should Know About Health and Accident Insurance." Pyramid's liberal protection at low cost can mean security and peace of mind to you and your family. Get the facts today. Definition of A Boy: A boy Is a hank where you may deposit your most precious treasures—the hnrd-won wisdom, the dreams for a better world. A hoy can guard and protect these, and perhaps invest them wisely and win a profit—a profit larger than you ever dreamed. A boy will inherit your world. All your work will be judged by him. Tomorrow he will tnke your seat in Congress, own your company^ run your town. The future is his, and through him, the future is yours. Perhaps he deserves a little more of your attention now. Support Your Y.M.C.A. By Joining Today LITTLE LEAGUE REGISTRATION For boys who will not he 13 until after Jan. 1, 1956 and who were not previously registered. Name . .. Address . Phone No ,. Date of Birth Mtb. Day Year Turn this In Immediately to Albert Taylor, Players Agent, at Ark-Mo Power Co. office. No registration will t« considered after May I, 1955. Blytheville Water Co. k yowr Ctoopttt m Have Cut Their Shopping In Half. By Using Hays ONE STOP SHOPPING Yes, their shopping worries ended when they tried Hays ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER. Now, while doing your grocery shopping in Hays modern, big self service market, you can kill two birds with one stone by picking up the family's clothing needs, dry goods, notions, jewelry, hardware . . . in fact, most anything you want. If you have not tried our service, ask your neighbor. Her recommendation to you that you, too, will like our service is treasured advertising. (* CARROTS Lb. Bag C LEMONS Calif. Large DOZEN ,c TOMATOES Vine Ripened LB. Cantalouupe Vine Ripened Each 1C Finest Shortening SNOWDRIFT ....It 690 6 pkgs. Z5p for Curtis MINERAL AID Bush Whole GREEN BEANS Godctuiux Finest PURE CANE SUGAR 79d M Oz. Hot tie HEINZ CATSUP eac h 230 Towic, 1 (I Oz. SALAD OLIVES 290 MAYONNAISE Krafts Breezy-Cool Orion - Nylon SLACKS Just wash and wear. Never need pressing. Crease never comes out. Feather light. 95 Children's CANVAS OXFORDS i to 12 to V, 3 98 2.49 Children's Summer SANDALS brown or white sizes 5 to 3 $198 Tender Minute STEAKS Ib. Pork Chops Center Cut 1C BACON Armour's Matchless Lb. Gr. Beef Pure Fresh 3Lbs. ''} Nationally Advertised House Dresses All Colors . . Neat styles Sizes 10 to 20, 141/z to 24!/2 2.98 & 3.98 Values $ PERSONAL SHOPPER SERVICE -Phone 2-2001- Pick out your selections and phone our Personal Shopper. We'll deliver them to you on approval. Matched * WORK SUITS Fine Army twill, full cut, Sanforized. Tan or gray. Complete sizes. Chambray Work Shirts Full cut — Sanforized 1100

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