The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 17, 1949
Page 9
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THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1940 BLTOTEVrLLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE won Wells in Mexican julf Produce Oil Method of Pumping Petroleum from Sea Floor Is Described ST. LOUIS, March 17. (/!>)—Com- jnercial production of oil from wells irilled in the open waters of lha Gulf of Mexico was described today at a convention meeting of the American Association of Petroleum ico legists:. The wells arc ten to 26 miles off the coast of Louisiana. Dean A McGcc ot Kerr-McGce Industries. Inc., of Oklahoma City said that since the initial discovery In October. 1047, four new oil fields, three gas-condensatc fields and oae dry-gas field have been developed oil the Louisiana coast. •The drilling of these wells has shown that the American oil industry can and will devise methods ami equipment needed for the discovery and development of oil m unprotected waters of the continental shell," M:Gce fcaid. Dr. Harold C. Urey described a DW method of determining sea temperatures of millions of years Examine Wiretapping Equipment College to Award j Five Scholarships To Young Writers The College of the Ozarks In Clnrksvllle Is offering five scholarships to students interested In writing us n career. It has been announced by Dr. Wiley Lin Hurle, college president. The scholarships have been established In keeping with the move- ent to stimulate more Interest nong Arkansas high school stu- ents In journalism. The five ft- nrds will pay tuition anct tees living the three-quarter schoo car. Each one Is valued at $'J43 A committee of Arkansas news- iaper editors will make the selec- lons, judging on the basis of (1 haracter and personality, ami (2 iroflclency and ponulse of appll ants as a lournallst and stiulenl The awards have been estnblishei irhnarlly for students graduatln rom Arkansas high schools In 104(1 but other applicants will tw consld ercd. The winners will enroll at th :ollcge In September. The scholarships are a part of a new writer-training program bc- ng set up by the college. In trailing students for vocations In journ- Anti-Atlantic Pact Demonstration Mayor William O'Dwyer (right) and Commissioner of Investigation John Muitagh kneel to examine wiretapping equipment in the mayor's office in City Hall, New York as Detective Chief William Whnlen dolt) and Police Commissioner William O'Brien look on. Equipment was sot/cc The method, developed within the , O f lc r an ex-New York detective was arrested In what Mayor O'Dwyer past few months by Dr. Urey and Ihrce associates at the University of Chicago, involves higher prec.- sion use ot tlie mass spectrometer employed during the war on the Atomic energy project. 1 • From examination of the fossil-- of a squid-like fish. Dr. Urey was abte lo determine that the surface temperature of the son off the norln coast of Scotland 125,000.030 years ago ranged from 68 to 71 degrees fahrenheit. This is similar to present temperatures around Hawaii. Ancrent Counting Frame | Good Business Helper SIDNEY, Australia—UP)—By «s- I ing an abacus a Sydney clerk cai I answer In less than 20 seconds a (question like what is I3'.'i perccn f of $262.4(>. An abacus is a counting fram I with colored beads strung on wires 1 It was used by the Babylonians Egyptians, Greeks and Romans an I still is tised In China. The Sydne I clerk, Mr. C. T. Browne, uses abacus at his job and claims | reduces his work considerably. In a test he multiplied two four I figure numbers by each other an checked the answer twice befoi J another clerk, skilled In arithmeti (.could get the answer once described as a "wiretapping plot" against city officials. (AP Wlrepholo.: ! Rental on Movie : ilms Subject to State Income Tax Missouri Senate Confirms Steele Man's Selection JEFFERSON VVl"f. Mlirctl 17. (/Vl —The MLsAourl Sonate yesterday con[lrmr<l Porrcsl Smith's [our iip- ixiinlinent.-i to Iho stale board of iMlm-iUlon. Ttioy wore: j. E. Mitchell, Democrat ol St. I/nils, reiiiipolnlcd to servo until July 1, 1950. Ollln DriMinri, Roimbllcnn of Ktrk.svlllc, renp|M>lntcU lo serve uil- til July 1. 1955. T. A. HoiiKiml, Slc-olo Republican, lo siiKH^'t'rt the lato Cimrlott G. Rogs. UK Icnn dills July 1, 1953; Chut'nco II. Hnven.s, Jr., Joplln IU",)ub]!caM, lo succeed Jolin H. I-'hutl^tui, Jr., re-signed. Hi.s term ends July 1. 1051. Clmiles P. l.ninkln. Jr., Knnsus Cilj DomocnU, to succeed Ihe liito Jnnu'.s R Nugent, Icnn ending July 1, 1050. In th. Frotwto cwrt to Chkkuawlw District tt : County, Arkmui. In the Matter of the EUU of Alice Nelson Lee, oeceucd. NOTICE TO CREDITOBS Notice 1* hereby given ttut latter 3 of Administration wert tbta (Into granted to R. A. NeUon In th* estate of Alice Nelson Lee, deoeucd. All persons having claim* t(«lnit galrt estate are hereby notified to exhibit same lo said AdmlnUtr*- tor, within six (6) month* of UM dale of this notice or the; ihcll b» forever barred and precluded from any benefits of said estate. The address of the Administrator Is 1200 Walnut Street, Blythcrillt, Arkansas. Tills the 2nd day of March, IMt. R. A. Nelson, Administrator ol the Estate of Alice Nelson Lee, deceuvd. Holland & Taylor, Attyi, Robert Ingersoll, American atheist, was the con of a minister. No parrots are native to Europe or to northern Asia. LITTLE' ROCK, March 17. (A 1 )— Rents paid for motion picture films hown in Arkansas movie theaters re subject ot state income tax. the \rkansas Revenue Department said •esU'rday. \V. R. Orton. supervisor of the department's Income Tax Division, said no income tax had been paid on the film rentals since the state income tax law went into effect In 1929. lie said that his department would attempt to collect the back taxes from all compnn-es distributing movie films in the state, but added that he had no Idea how much the tax bill would be. Orton said a recent O. S. Supreme Court decision held that such rentals were subject to state income tax. The tax will be computed on the charge distributing companies make to local theaters for use of film. Orton also reported that renl Youthful Father Offers Problem to School Officials KALAMAZOO, Mich., March 17. M')—Authorities puzzled yesterday what to do about a husky 13-year- old rather who under Michigan law should rejoin his playmates as a seventh grade school pupil. While they debated, handsome Carl Harvey Elake, Jr., said his first, duty as a family man was to find a job. v Flustered school officials in Van Duren County, admitted they didn't know what action to take. As Imsband of 16-year-old Winifred Blake and father of a Cive- pouud 10-ounce son, Carl might be •a little old" for the rest ot the allsm, the program has three alms- development of n broad liberal education, inculcation of n sense of social responsibility and training in journalism technique. .Applications for scholarships will be received until April 15, and the awards will be announced late In May. Further Information and application blanks can be obtained fi'om l.ce McLean, director of public relations. College of the Ozarks, Clarksfille, Ark. An arrested demonstrator holds a liiuul lo his heud after clubbed ilurhiR an anll-Allanllc Pact demonstration In the rimm Col- pnna, Home, Italy. Ono of two nollcoriu'ii holding the clcmoiistriilor uses his club lo break a pulh as a third policeman moves up In the buck- ground. (AP Wlrcplioto via radio from Rome.) Poles Push Port Plans SWINOUJSCIE, Poland —(/T)— Poles are building Nazi Germany's famed submarine base of Swlne- mnnde Into ft great hub for east- west traffic. The government Intends to spend over $675.000 this year in rebuilding this war-dam- rl port mid expanding facilities or handling trade. which Ihe Oaklawn Jockey Club has paid for use of the pari-mutuc' betting machines at Hot Springs race track also was subject to-the state income tax. He said no tax nearby Lawton. nipils, they said. On the other hand, ft Michigan ixw requires youths to attend school until they are 16 or pass the eighth grade. Carl and Winifred were married last fall by Probate Judge Merele H. Young, now retired. In Van Buren County under a special probate court law making it possible to waive ages. Winifred's father, Leo Singleton was working at the time for the senior Blake at Blake's Junkyard In GENUINE FORD UNDERCOATING FOR PROTECT/ON FOR COMFORF It provId*i a tough coating for all underbody unite. U |mp«rviou» to road tatti, acid* and alkalis. RasUH abraiion from gravel, stonvt and cind«n. It penetrate* itams and corner* |o help ««al your cor againtl draftt, duit and fume*. Mak*i car quUtor by reducing all road and «ngin* no)MS. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th & Walnut I'lionc '1<ir>: KEHTUCK V'S KKY TO HOSPITALITY Onu k*;y only fita tlm<lc>or of a grucinna Kentucky homo. Willmt — one native Ixmrlmn, kcycil to lioHpi(alily, in lilOHt often iHinrcd.Tlinl'BOLl) I'Ti'/GKKAU), Kt'nlm'ky'H Key ll()iirl>on t iifituraUy dia- lilU'il Mini patiently a go I uuonu genuine sour nniBli formula for three generations. OLD r AS HI ONE D,.. 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