The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1936 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 26, 1936
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 193G (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NIH IN i SPEED IIID Mystery Ship Is Designed lo At loin Maximum oi 400 Miles Per Hour By JACK '/.A1MAN United I'ress StalT Corre;i>on(i;r.t EAST HARTFORD, Conn. I UP) —Before November ends, L'.eut- Commander Prank Hawk-i expects to smash the world's land airplan; .?ix)cd record here with hH mw mystery ship, Time plies, which lie believes will atuiln a speed close to 400 miles an hour. Hawks gave the sleek, snow-white completely streamlined plane its first workout hare Oct. 13 and sa:d he was well pleased with results. "It's a swell job," he said, ''and there Is no doubt. In my mind tiiat it will do between 350 and 400 miles an hour." If it does, Time Flies stands a good chance of exceeding the present world speed mark of 352.38 miles r.n hour established by Howard Hughes at Santa Ana, Cal.. a year ago. I'ilol's Seal Adjustable Time Plies, in truth, is a mystery ship. Hawks had trouble extricating himself-from the cackpH •when he landed the plahe here lor the first time. The pilot's seat can be raised and lowered by a hanl- operatcd hydraulic jack, and the mechanism proved so mysterious LO Hawks he had trouble getting out for a while. In flight, Hawks can lower the seat, thus automatically dropping the top window light to enclose the pilot's compartment. When this is done, the plane Is completely streamlined, one of the few speed craft, II not the only one. which has been so constructed. Built by Hawks Designed and built by Hawks himself at Springfield, Mass., Time Flies is believed to have a cruising Sliced of about 330 to 340 miles an hour. "That is the speed," said Hawks, "at which it is most, economical to operate. But in the first test flights I am going to fly at minimum speeds. That's all I am interested in now." "The plane feels very stable on the ground,' 1 Hawks said after landing it for the first time. "It feels just like a transport ship. It has a three-degree twist in the wings and good lateral control. "I won't open up (he throttle for n while," he continued, "but wh2n I do, just watch it go. I believe I'll make a try at the record before winter-conies,-i maybe before the end .of • November." *"•-"'<• :- 1 f^Vingr Spread of 31 Feel Time Flies' has a Pratt and Whitney Wasp engine capable of developing 1,150 horsepower. Hawks said the plane "can handle up to 2,000 horsepower structurally." It has a fuselage 22 feet long, and a win: spread of 31 feet." Special wing flaps permit a landing speed of 05 to 68 miles an hour When idling along^Hawks raises the pilot's seat and operates the plane behind a "windshield." In a speed attempt, however, he said he will lower the seat, thereby low- ring the top window light, and flv "I !md." The ship has retractable landing lights and gear. The propellor :s a Hamilton Standard three-bladed, constant speed design, and Is 10 feet, C inches in diameter. The cabin has a side door thru which Hawks enters and leaves. If he has to use a parachute, a trip control pulLs the hinge pins on the door, which drops away, leaving an opening. Hawks has also developed an automatic pilot, with which he will experiment before a speed attempt is made. Tile ship has a two-way radio. suits mm May Buy Browns The 1937 president of the American College of Surgeons will be Dr. Frederic Besley (above), of. Waukegon, 111., Northwestern University professor. lie was chosen to preside over the next meeting of the medica! men at the convention In J^hilacjelpjiia. •ba. PB-1—J. W. McNeil. Fral R'jlh- •rford .1. W. Ehouse. Hunter "In^s, ' Jli'7h Nc'fnn Tlicin-.s.iii Dick Whil°. Harold Wood. M'r- i.vnn Jnrkson. Evelyn Jordan ^lara Jnrn MoselRv, Vivian Vickers. Frances V/ade. PJ3-2—Bill Chamblin. Har-1-1 Hall »rthi'i- Deen Hwiscn. Parh-nn Irhns^jn. Alvin L-IIIR B !1 1 I ov- n rtv. ,'iminv Mnr?nn. Gera'din-' Bi'chaiwn, Man .rV'.iilnuH Pn>m P:i':? Oilsl en WPA rolls will V; rnsir-i frivn clc:-ti'_ii day and they'i-j fluadlnii | II•; mining' arL'.is with a^srtioiis [hut New n;nl walsr p-Jwer projects will ruin Hi 1 . 1 mini's IIIK! ollm- int« miners' Jobs. Hl'?e Sums Spent Republicans have sp^nt Inr.v. Minis—mostly, they 'say, for b'il 1 hc:uds mill nrws.-)ip?r I'd'.-jnislnj Dsmorr.its charge a $5,000.0'JU slusi, fund and it is generally concedes that expanses will br?ak *'ith R^pubJitnns c':iin.3rlnj WPA money is ecni!v:tl:nt to a eam- laiijn ft.nd. Political racketeers will ku>i /nnch of Ihe campaign mo:v:y Democrits stDriiful:;; prKllct that Pi\v and W.-U- will iir:d tno,' hnvi U.n la.t.'n for suck:-rs or, as tliay tay in t!i? paliflc-.i! biiiinc^s ''L-U. cat;." Ro^sevrlt larks sis an a;..-2l in Pennsylvania the hatred which ex- istfd for Hoover in 1932. lint h'j hns iOm? Important new oties— mart Important, a snp?rbr D^nn- crnlic machine. I Democrats took over at l?asl 20.- OCO state 'jobs after the 1032 .?l?e- tion. They have fsderul p-ilroiiaji and canlrol of nnny c.ti?j—incluJ- lii! I'itisbiirgh—a:id" ciun.lss Guf| fey has had everything hn wanted ifrcm Wasrilnjtoti and the machine ! is \vell oiled. ] labor Fiulils Hard Liber's Non r Parllsan Loagus—its I backbone the United Mine Work- j ers. the railroad brotherhoods, and | the textile unions in the ?ast—lias organize:! intensively down iutc every precinct in industrial areas. It circulates more than 1.500,000 weekly tabloids, propagandizing for Roosevelt and a liberal Democratic stats Senate. WPA workers and relief clients Sleele-Cooter Sociely —'Personal Announcements have been rc- Ci'ivid of Ihe arrival of a (i'/4 pounrt baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. Albert .Mirhie of Caruthersvllle, lormcrly of Slec'le. Before her marriage Mrs, Mtctile was Miss Virginia Conius- Mr. Mlinie Is the brotlier ot PAGE THREIi shall Myers, nl her home nei»' Dlv- inlngham, Aln. Mrs. Stephens vis- lied her sister ubout n month ago but WHS unable to ntlend the funeral due to 111 health. Mr, and Mrs. Jewell Hopper of Tyler have moved Into the house with Tom Hopper and eons of Ceo: jr. Two syndicates, one nendcd by Donald i.. Uarnes. above, St. I.ouis mvesinienl company head, are said lo be bidding [or the St. I.ouis Drowns' American League baseball club. According to William Harnd|;e. president of Hie league, the club Is for sale and the rlenl is expected to be Virnon, Jones and'M. Ci. '1'urner, who were Injured in a car accident about len days ago, arc rest- Ing us well us can be expected. Mr. Turner Is In the Blythevlllu hos- Mrs. Chesicr Workman of Sltcle. I l>;i . nl - Mr. Jones was painfully but Mr. and Mrs. Bill George an- ' ol seriously Injured. He is-being nounce Ihe arrival ol a 101'. pound r «"™ «} UK Blyllievillc hospllal buby boy at their home near Slecle ^'l™' 11 " 18 lloinc afler th6 ll '« nt the latter part of last week Mrs. George b?lore lier marriage was Miss Connie Manning. Mrs. Walter llamelbcck and soil t.i Brajiindoclo nre visiting Mrs, Hiitiu'lbjck's molhej', Mrs. Susie lirooks, and [umily of Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. llarb?rt lludgcns Mrs. Ii u Walker of Ind., Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs, C. C. Adiims and Mr. Adams this week. T. A. Unggard is under treatment at 111; Baptist hospllal In Memphis. Mrs. Haggard Is stay- were hostess to, a six o'clock dinner In honor of the birthday itiml- , ,' '"? . w " ' """• , , '"' lje >°" Fjlrls ls " '" 'nt ui iiunur ui vuu U" umny IIIIIPI- n , , . , verify ot ihe latter* mother, Mrs. l "f. M™]™* Mcllio.l st hospital, I-..:.. ...,,.ih o. Micoia. -i-.-ie dinner ! "^ Southern returned home last week from a business trip to i> L' surpr.s? lo tile I'c. Tin; quests were Mr. nnd Smith. Mrs. Kdgur Fowler and Buddy Wright ,.,., , , ., , J ° ir r?nc'i Fields. Flake. are expected to go heavy for Roosevelt. So are Pennsylvania Ne- erous, whose residential districts are plastered with Roosevelt posters. Jewish voters have been sivingin™ toward Roosevelt b;caus; they believe Lindonitcs have injecte;! race prejudice. Within four years Pennsylvania lias abolished its 50-cent poll tax. Previously, if yau paid na property tax and wauled to vote in a big city, you had to go first to the assessor's office and then the treasurer's olficc. standing in long lines indefinitely. The Independent poor couldn't, afford to take HID time olT. Ward heelers paid the iaxesj undent poor man can really vots c( ' >n:l mon;y isn't as imporlanl—es- ]ml >'-'da!]y since there will now be j ;oUng machines in both Phila- ( j,' Idphia and Pittsburgh. ,,,"" .lay Hinge on 1'liilly Roosevelt will curry the western ml of the stale by wliat his enthusiastic supporters say will be i landslide. Hoover carried Alle- jhcny county by only 37.000 In 1832] 'iS'hcn 50.COO Democrats were rcgis- j cred there as against 524,005 Republicans. This jcar Democrats .er>d in registrations. Most observers bslievc Roosevelt :nn carry Pennsylvania if he wins In tfca old Republican stronghold of Philadelphia, where tha Varc nachhic has fallen apart. Reals- ration Is 519.CCO Rcimblican and 103.000 D-.'inocratic. 01 Mlcola, Mrs. J. H. Fisher ilythevlllc and Mrs. Roy Work- of Stcclc. rs, M, Anthony was hostess to li^ok club at her home Wed- Avanell, and Mr. and Mrs. Pnrk- er Colcmnn of Long Bench, Ciillf., have arrived for n visit with rein- lives here. Mr. stcelc, who has altcrnoon. Mrs. E. E. Ben- i^" * t [™ h^lmm* Suts^m return home with them, Miss Louise Copelnntl of Fort Worth, Texas, Is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Morlan Whatley and son George Mlchie and dauglilor-ln-ltiw Jimmy Slrathmorc, Miss Rosemary Win 0 n 1 y iwo Heats Sunday One heat of n pacing race mid "ne heal of a trotting race were i! n oil yesterday afternoon at ihc' fairgrounds before rnln luilt- od Die scheduled matinee har- ne.vs racing program. Jiuany Slratlimore, pu(jhascd Hern Charley Abbott by u groir.) -I niclna followers tlic night bc- .(i?. v,on n close heat from Viola Axlicn in the pacing race. Strath- •nc.e was driven by lioland and Mien Ly Onllaw. Viola Axllen Is c ncd by Mrs. II. A, Huyg. Rcsemary, owned by C. O. Kiiilili won Hie trottlnsr event iiilsl.lnj ahead of Suzanne Guy. jv. ncd by Smith and Yoimgblooil nnd dilven by Voungblood. l.ic admission price was muled lo a fair crowd Hint lurn- d oul for the events when rain intc. rii.ied the program. Anj- ctlur will be Kinged shortly, pos> .slbly next Sunday. Thursday night at the city auditorium, also will - receive their promotions tonight after having had their reewds 'investigated: Lloyd Ward, life s:oi!t; Harold Ito.ler,!) Purr, 1 Bryant Stewart and Raymond Crawford, star scouts; Kenneth Jonc; Hunter Sims niu'. Jack CcMuls- ton. first chits scorns. Merit budges went , to: Jack McCulston (I), Albert Saliba ID, Ilrynnt Stewart CI), Harold Dozler (3), Kenneth Jones (1), Melvin llalsell (2), Raymond .Crawford i2), Russell Fun- 10), Lloyd- Ward (121. There badges were for swimming. ' handicraft, took' :b!ndlng, woodmirl:. rooliln;-', per-, sonal hyelcni;. i\rm vrji-i-, wood cnrvlivj, clv.c:,, i- . siv.-;-, an!,mnl ton b;came a member at, this meeting, plans were made for a llallo- wi3n parly at Ilia high school au- dlioriutn on the evening of Oct. 3k- The next meeting of Ihe club will \K with Mrs. M. A^ Mnsscy on Oct. 28. Tile Wiinodosis Sunday school class of the Methodist church gave Mrs. M. A. Mhssey a Surprise miscellaneous shower last Wednesday evening. Fifteen members of tli2 class and two visitors, Mrs. Ernest Alexander and Mrs. Russell I'rakc-s. were present. A pot luck supper was served. i relurn?d from a Mis. Elmo Mlchic, accompanied by Mrs. j. H. Fisher were In Memphis Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Paul first aid, first health,camping, , conscrvallon, canceiii!, animal Industiy. pathiinding, life; saving, sUilking, jiloncerlns ami phyylcai development. Floyd White.- chairmnn of the court of honor, presided. J. A. Puckctt is leader. of Troop 38. , Garage Huill of liotllr:,- ESCANAUA, Midi. (UP) — A aarune uuilt of 60,000 bottles bus been constructed by Mulling 10. near Ills homo here. FISTULA j Every person sulfcrlng from Fis- lula, Piles or clher rectal trouble Is urged to wiite The Thornton & Minor Clinic, Suite 1819, 020McOe: ij-lil ^' Kunsa > City, Mo for tbeli J-,'11 free bock nlilcli explains what compllcallons may develop If these seven' In-ncherous afflictions are• ncjlect- . two cd. This valuable book, has bseii eagle Boy Scouts after cciUnsaUuj Prepared by a nolcd anlhorlly on Scouts Will Get Ka^le 'Awards At l-'or cms the first Ulytheville Unie will In have and registered citizens in huge , E Mrs. Jlinmle, J. D. McClure and and Sonny Ashcraft are .pending today l, Caruthersvllle with frleuds and attending the circus. • Ralph and Marion, children of Philadelphia heretofore wns al- visit In Lexington, Tcnn. ways machine-controlled. Hoover, T. H. Stivers of Bethel Springs, carried is by 72,000 in 1932, when Tcnn., is visiting relatives in this registration was 549,000 Republican vicinity, and 484,000 Democratic. Predictions are frequently made thnt, Roosevelt will barely carry Philadelphia. Record-breaking registration for the state includes about 2,661.000 Republican and 2,005.000 Democratic, a total increase of nearly a million in four years. Republicans say Ibis indicates their victory. Democrats point out their gain Is 375,000 and the Republicans about 30,000. Also, that Governor Earle won by 66.000 two years ago when Republicans had a stale registration lead of 1,200,000. It's an argument which will have to be settled Nov. 3. Meanwhile, everyone in the state knows Landon can't be elected without Penn- dnughtcrs, Peggie and Jane. Dr. T. s. Cooper visited Mrs. T. S. Cooper in the Memphis Methodist hospital Sunday, Ii. H. Sheelcy, who has been 111 with malaria. Ls Improving Mrs. Floyd Hall of Cooler has received word that her mother. Mrs. Cook, of Memphis, ts seriously lli ,nl St. Joseph's hospital, ! Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Fielder. Mr i and Mrs. Johnnie Houston and j Mrs. Gladys Prcntlss visited relatives in Marmaduke, Ark., the Inl- ler part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Byrd of Bly- Mrs John Tucker and family over Hie \\eekcnd. Announcements have arrived In Cooper and j ure awarded In a candlj ll?ht- rectal ftll(l •;• miljim. Virginia' 1'avn'es.' B'j !"•"! l "'l. Bef- n.ov <s Jrn - 7«_wils-n nohnning, PhiUiui ^ic^^-. .Tiniior Orrvv. Oharl" r ' "-Idvrll, Fri-n-'-s C'nrl-.-' Hetty .1 ''«r<"rtt. Tcm^iic P. HutchT. F T. rni^trn. T-rp,! p- 1T -,. B-T'I «-i»--or|. ( r __ clandc ne'vart, TfO" Will Inker. TH-l—Piris /flf.'-^^ ^T1--'in ,An- Irrr.on, Wil'ic Anderson. Marv R-^b- k. Fvdi MT mnks. F-'ois~ nr^. -Icp-i P^xt^v. ri'-r'Th^ Cor•. >*np Crcx^V F^i^ib?^ 1 nivi c a ri"'s. Marpnret Whitcnor. k Chairb'.in. TV»i*M Chilton '.. Crrnch. I.-'-r-i shp--.rd. ™.-*— Fran 1 : r-inp^v. Jro E-r- , blocks. Today it. is said, the inclc-. STARTTHEr'ARMWEEK .RIGHT: Mrs. Grace Wnifller, who underwent tonsil operations at the nly- thevllle hospital the latter part of have returned from a visit In Cnpe Q f ola Arl( ' " ' at Cooler havlnir Miss Hazel Hemmeiigcr spent the £crc O fi cn T ,.p >, past week In Memphis with her nnmc(1 Mnrion sister, Miss Eunice Hemmeiigcr, ' who Is employed there. 1 Mrs. Lucille Stephens received a! When leaning on message the past week telling of horjc keeps his teh death o! her sister, Mrs. Mar- I the ground. a curve eyes parallel to The following junior high schOD students earned places on tli honor roll for the first six weeks Of Hie current school year: fB-1—Mary Lyn Jackson, Snral Ton McCutclien. Mary Hcte Moore. 8B-2—Esther Dun.vvay, Pearl dine Ellis. Vcra Elizabeth Good ilcli, FJctty Brooks Isaacs, Bil Murdoush. 7A—Junior Crow, Charles Cald well, Bobbie Douglas. Marie Hop per. Tcnimic D. Hatcher. LaFetr; Mayc_ Toni nccdcr. 7B-1—Ann Crook, Lttr.i Davis Jack Chamblin. 7E-2—George Hubbard, Billy •lonlz. Pcttye Clare Huffman, Bu- lotine Jaggers. 7B-3—Maxlnc Reid, Elliot Sal- colonlo diseases and delnlls of the mild Ing ceremony tonl'iht at the clty'slves full hull, beginning ut 1 o'clock Par-! Thornton & Minor methods by —Adv. il.d othera Inlorc-.ted lul whlc]i more than 4G,000 patients scouting ure invllcd to altend the lmvo bccn trcllll;cl |» Hie post 53 meeting when Leon Smith and 5Tnrs ' 12cn Smith will te presented these awards. Leon has been active in scouting here for n nuinbrr of years anil Den recently moved here from Jonesboro,' where lie was a leader In scouting. The promotions were announced In n court of honor meeting LOST! Many hours of pleasant sleep by kliosc suffering with Chigger or Motquito bites and Poison Ivy. DON'T SCHATCH all night longl Get instant relief with IIUOWN'S LOTIONi Stops itching and prevents infection with first application. BROWN'S LOTION kills Ihe CHIGGEUS, no matter how deep they have burrowed. Two sizes, COc and $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by Klrby lire*. Ijrng Co. Marti n-Senoiir PAINT SALE 25% OFF To rlcse oul present stdfk lo make room far newly jiurchu.sctl line. Shouse-Henry Hardware Co. riifihc 35 11-- J'^r-'«nn. ncoren Hub- •ri. p<p,r Jfit:r,. Alt-ort. MoC'lire Ecbbv J':Honcy. Bill Morse, .lim- -,,(= Purl's pn'-ijv Pcte'-son. E-'m ' fs Ford. Pau'lne Fe»t,'i. Carolvi> "nod. Jc(t"n Clare FufT-nan, May 'rA-"i«icc. Petty Mc.'iullins. ,7an" Aiprllin, Beverly Ann Morgan Doris Muir. 1B-3 Millon Patterfbn. Mixin Peirt. T. D. nhodrs. Ionise Rice iv^i'iorm T?imer. Phir'^v Rr<iT rilirvl, Fniihi>_ Geraldine Sellers Evelyn Shlb'cy. I:ayr- Eprncll-y. Merc Firm Oreha'-'s V~'"\ MIJTiPIiYEBORO Til. (UP1—A v.T'l-t^ntied orchard 0:1 evrrv farm would cut down the miwVsr of ircrtsfics in agri:ullnva! d'strisl" of {his country. rt.cccrdhi7 to J. W. Erkin. forester nnd orchardist. He declared lhat he had never prrn under mortgage a farm or, which there was a good orchard Ccsmic rays have an energy of W.OCO million volls. P, Still Coughing? No matter how many medicines you nave tried for your cough chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can get relief now with Crcoiiiulsion. berious trouble may be brewing and you cannot aflord to take a chance with anythlnij less than Crcormil- slpn, which goes right to the seat of tho trouble to aid nature to sooth e and heal the In (lamed mem- brrjics as tlic germ-laden phlcftm Is loosened nnd expelled. Even if other remedies havo failed, don't be discouraged, your druggist Is authorized to guarantee Creomulston and to refund your money if you ore not satisfied with results from the very first boltle Get Creoiuulslon right now. (Adv.) The Morning AfterTakinj Carters Little Uver Pills NOTICE To Our Customers Effective today, we will close nur repair department and gas station at 9 p. M. each day, however we will maintain all night service at the IHythcvillc Motor Sales Co. Phone ICOo for Service At, Any Time Tom Liltle Chevrolet Co. • On a million f.ums lite Maytag saves niany precious hours c.icli week. Wash- iiii> liy \valcr action alone in tlic roomy, onc-iiicci-, cast-aluminum tuli, shortens the Mini', lightens tlic work and saves the tlolhcs... the grimiest clothes arc washed without Iiancl-mbliing— without Ming. M.IIIJ- advantages and quality con- stnicliorr r.ukc Maytag (lie favorite washer of l«th farm and cily l)om«. THE MAYTAG E N 0 I N E The finest engine built for '\iashcr opcriiioTi is thcMaytag Gasoline Multi- Motor. An engine built for r. «oni,m to opcralc—only four moving parts, tkc- tric MJ) tags fw homes with electricity. ll'iilf " f'.'.xtfcrt trial tamt !r,i,,(/,, ? „;,( f. RitiJ'JW*"l'l fcit'llnmrmiii. UML..aml of liner texture tlinh nuist anything that touches your lips'.. We nil agree on this . . . cigarette paper is important. For Chesterfield we use the best paper that we can buy. It is called Champagne Cigarette Paper. It is made from the soft, silky fibre of the flax plant. It is washed over and over in clear, sparkling water. : A lot of the pleasure you get in smoking Chesterfields ;is due to our using the right kind of cigarette paper. Chesterfield paper is pure, and it burns without taste or odor. K. !!. GKR SALES CO., INC. Sth A Main Phone 67 THI M«T»D r.unlid I"! M,, \\ terfield Remember this ... t»>o things make the smoking quality of a cigarette — the tobaccos and the (taper. The Champagne cigarette paper on Chesterfields is tested over and over for purity, for the right bunting quality./Jnoiher reason why Chesterfield wins. 19)4, tiwirrr «t Mm* Tov/xflC^

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