•PAGE TWELVE •LiiHBVlLLB fASK.) COUBIBR HBWB lirteen Killed I As Train Hits Bus Construction Workers' _ Vehicle Cut in Two M 'On Grade Crossing j ^MICHIGAN CITY, Ind., Feb. 19. j (UP)—Witnesses who snw a speed- lUig.. one-car electric train kntfo • through a bus load of railioad •workers, killing 13 persons and inuring 16 others, snid today they ould see no cause for the accident. TThe bus driver, Glenn Morris, I Michigan City, had an unobstruct- | ed .view for miles either way down F the track, hut apparently did not ste the train as it bore down on [lie bus I at 65 to 70 miles an hour at a grade [crossing five miles east of here 1 Monday afternoon. .•Ten of the injured still were in serlous condition al Clinics Hospital here. All of those killed and 14 I of the injured were riding in the I bus. They were members o! rnil- I road section gang, mostly Negroes land Mexicans, who had just completed work- on another section of (he company's right of way. _t Morris stopped the bus. witnesses said, and then started slowly across I the tracks In the path of the Chi- [cago. South Shore and South Bend assengcr car. The collision sliced he bus in two, strewing Iwdles of he dead and the screaming injured along the track. Morris' body was [ found 500 yards from the crossing. British Press Damage Claim' Against Albania I ,LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., Feb. 19. 1<U.P.>—Great Britain cnilcd on [thjs United Nations Security Coun- icU today to find Albania guilty ot Ivtlje serious and sinister" crime 01 I sowing mines in the Corfu Chan- Ihel of the Adriatic without regard ] lor life or internationtil law. , .Giving vent to Brltains anger over the death of 14 British sea- njan in Corfu mine explosions I last bet. 22. Sir Alexandra Caclo , «, --, British delegate, demander that the Council make Albania /officials sil down with lly Biitisli j and neeotlate a private setUcnicni tpl-; the issue. Ie said the Council should keep - .,--.-y dispute on its agenda to BCI |jth.at Albania complies. ! :.:-"Bven small countries are no infallible and must obey the rules of civilization," cadogan declared. kUmon Agent Sentenced Singing Cocker Spaniel Accompanied by Mrs. Nimitz, "Freckles" Nimitz, singing cocker spaniel, of Admiral and Mrs. Chester Nimitz. performs at a benefit cunc'.Tt for the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, D. c. (NEA Telcphoto.) Additional Reserve Corps Units Activated in State FORT SAM HOUSTON, Feb. 10. (UP)—Gen. Jonathan M. Wiiin- wright, commander of the Fourth Army, today announced 21 additional units of the organized reserve corps had been activated in Arkansas. The activations were put into effect by general orders at Wain- wrlghfs headquarters Wednesday and forwarded to state instructor;;. The new units were among 21)8 announced for the entire nation and comprised the entire Fourth Army area which also Includes Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana nnd Oklahoma. The additional units announced for Arkansas Include: Co. K, 319lh Infantry, Dlytheville. Pla., Feb. 19—(UP) — Berry, former AFL local 1 business agent was sentenced today to 18 months in prison after he had failed to convince the court that he embezzled S4.50D in union funds to pay medical expenses for .his sick wife. TRY MANHATTAN FINER Vacuum Packed COFFEE Can Ib 50c AMERICAN LADY CANNED FOODS Found at PICKARD'S Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawbm Radio Clinic 430 W. Ash St. Phone 855 or 2291 WE PICK UP and DELIVER Total annual value o( Arkansas forest products is nearly $125,000,000. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Croomulston relieves promptly because it goes right to the scat of tho trouble to help loosen nnd expel Rorm Inden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe nnd heal raw, tender, inflamed brorrhial mucoua membranes. Tell your druggist to sbll you a bottle of Crconiulsion with the understanding you must like the way it Quickly allays the cough, or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSiON for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Methodists Near End of College Drive CONWAY, Ark., Feb. 19—Melho- di.st, churches throughout Arkansas will officially close the $1,000,000 campaign for Hendrlx College, Conway, when they participate next Sunday In a stale-wide "Investment Day" offering. Included in the offering will be the annual "February Special" drive which l)i;iiefits Hendrix and Methodist ministerial training. Many churches have already re- )H>ilC(| to the campaign headquarters that their goal has been reached or over-subscribed. Campaign le.iders have announced the Investment Day offering as an opportunity for those who have not already participated in the drive and for tho.sc who desire to contribute toward the annual February Special fund. The campaign for Hendrlx was authorized In the fall of 1045 by the North Arkansas and Little nock conferences of the Methodist, church. Dr. o. M. Reves, pastor of tile Conway First Methodist Church, was given a leave of ab- WEDNkSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1B47 scnce from his pastorate to cilrcct the campaign nml campaign headquarters were opened last May. Goals of the campaign are Increased endowment and four buildings: a religion and (hie arts building, a women's dormitory, a dining hull and student center, and a physical education building. Deputies of Big Four Discuss Austrian Army LONDON, Feb. 1?.—(UI>)_ The deputies of the Big Four foreign , ministers agreed today that Austria should be allowed to have an army. The deputies reached no agreement on the strength of the Austrian land forces, or whether Austria should be allowed to have an air force. They agreed that personnel not included in the Austrian army or air force should not receive any form of military training. Austria should be prohibited from possessing, constructing m experimenting w ilh any atomic weapons, the deputies agreed. The Austiians should be prohibited from possessing any weapons means of mass destruction vlilch might be evolved as a result of wienllfic research, Hie deputies agreed. Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Size T. L. MABRY 423 MISSOURI ST. PH. 36i7 CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We Buy nnd Sell GOOD USED CARS Bill Chamblhi — Lex Chatnblin W.J. Pollard INSURANCE G/anco* HoteJ Bldg. Phon* 3545 Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB Juck Marsh, Owner FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 al SUte Unt f'hon* BlythevUte 714 Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 2195 Be Sure! INSURE With Tht, FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 for Compfet* Protection CHAS. BITTNER Portrait of today's Farmer What he needs is ft hired hands OR a FARM ALL tractor Yes Sir! You're a lucky man if you have ;> F\KM.\U, tractor. You will do well to lake care of it until I arm machinery begins to flow in larger quantities Irom ihc big McCormick-Deering .factory. We hope that 11H7 wil prove to be the end of our "waiting lisls" for all vour needs. • Repair Work • Steam Cleaning Paint Job Accessories DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. 312 So. 2nd Phone 863 Sudden Pain Or Stiffness What Is It? ... It mr.y Indicate n Rheumatic Condition—Mountain Valley Mineral Water from America's Spa—has helped nt Hot Springs. Ark., nnd nl HOME. We deliver direct to yon. Order your supply today. Free booklet on request. Call or Write /or Booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main nnd Division Blylhcvlllc, Ark. IFT f S Loose Cottonseed Hulls 100 Lb. Sacks Cottonseed Hulls 41% Cottonseed Meal 43% Soybean Meal We We/come Your Business One Sacfc or Truck Load Oil Mill So Highway 61 Blytheyille, Ark. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE To jirosjiectlve tuycra we have & scl-ict list of houses—homes—apta, — businesses—acreage and farms In and around IllytlievlHe. We help fiuauce tales. Phone -394. J, J, Field. Bouded Eeal Estate Broker. ' FARM ^DITCHES DITCH .BANK LEVELING CALL " "FOR everything in 'INSURANCE" 'UNITED INSURANCE ;- AGENCY Ov«i- Guard Jewelry Store A.' f. 'DIETRICH,. Mgr, Finest Selection of QUALITY SOFA BEDS Awaits Your Choice ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE 113 East Main Phone 2302 M^ Flowers - - For Every Occasion Telephone 491 and your order will be on it's way in record time. Our Floral Arrangements tell a conmlete story FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere I'll. 4D1 Mrs. J. M. (Mao) Williams, owner Glcncoe Bldg. CALL 2611... STOP AT 2611 Don't Hesitate to Ask for Free Service Listen—We can wash your car in 30 minutes. We use Genuine Alemite Grejise to lubricate your tar. Yes, we have the tires—Dayton — Hood — Goodyear. We also have New Batteries. Standard FSSO Gas & Oils, Also Quaker State MARK'S Phone 2611 AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sts. CONCRETE BUJLDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS We are Dealers for 12 Indies up to 48 Indies THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. Yes, We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! ! WILL TRADE FOU LATE MODELS ! We have on display for Immediate delivery—Brand new ' 1—I>onli;ic S Convertible Coupe 2—Ponliac 8 Scdnncltes 1—1940 I'lynioulh 2 Door I—!!)!(> Plymouth 5 Passenger Coupe dime in or call, we «-m try 'to trade with yon. l/se Qur Easy Payment Plan. AUTO SALES Cor. Franklin »nd Main St. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 320 E. Main St. . Phone 2407 Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Win. R, Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Yean Phone Evenings — Boat House, Big Lake or Write % Box 84, Roseland, Ark. WASH njKI«- No Insurance 8Y LESLIE TUKNEB WITH AIL INWKTES fttJD DiCECTOES IN CWL FOR ASSORTED K'NDS 0' FRWJD, YOU ?HOU«> RECOVER SOUil HOUSE EASILY. Sim'. TOO SAO WE WONT GET THE REftL CUURIT, THO. 3.P.- BUCKINGHMA ISH! HftVIE VOU CONSiKREO I TRIED THAT. BUT WER THSV LOOKED INTO PREViOUS HNCOUNItSS THEY WEREN'T INTERESTED: lit vore FOB WHOSE SOLE PLATFOE.W \s TO CATCH THAT BRMEN CrtARUTAN! TAKING OUT INSURANCE ASAWST FUTURE LOSSES VOUIATEB.,FEUAS... Nice Collection ^ WUR H055 SOT ri& iXOUNDS K>r^A7 VK WMT" On Top of the World *VELL.COLONEL OOP, WE'RE REA.LLV FKEDING ON GREEhJ EH.BOV? VOLJ AIN'T K1DDIN, BIG SHOT BOOM! HERE'S TO OUR PAL NAPOLEON. BLESS HIS FIFTEEN RUE LA RAT... WHERE WIVLL WRITE HISTORY, MAKING A DECENT POV/DER FOR THE- LITTLE CORPORAL'S CANNON! TH 1 PLACE IS LOUSV WITH DRAGOONS... ALL TAK1N' ORDERS FROM ME> OH HO! WOTTA DEAL.'
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