The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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THURSDAY, SVC. 18, 1052 BLYTHEVILLE (AKKJ COURIER NEWS Truman Orders Collaboration with UN Security Plan NEW YORK»«T—President Truman lias ordered three branches of the government to collaborate ' on a plan'to guarantee "a maximum of security in U. S. personnel employed at the United Na- toins." The directive—revealed here by Atty. Gen. James P. McGranery— has the approval of Sen. Alexander Wiley <R-Wis), who Is in 'line to become chairman ot the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in the new Congress, Wiley says the Truman administration "can render a service" by helping to solve the U. N. subversives problem before President- elect Dwight D. Eisenhower's inauguration Jan. 20. McSranery announced Ihe presidential order at a news conference yesterday in the office of U. S. Atty .Myles J. Lane. The State and Justice Departments and the Civ U Service Commission were directed''to work out the security plan. McGranery did not mention what the plan might consist of. Twenty - nine Americans have been dismissed from the U. N. as a result of various Communist in- vestigations. The firings were largely for refusing to answer questions about Communist affiliations. In Washington, spokesmen for the State and Justice Departments said Tuesday night (he President's order had only laid "Ihe ground rules" for the program and that no details had been worked out yet. The order, McGranery said, was issued ns a result of the recent recommendations of a panel of three internatloiiHl jurists to U. N. Secretary General Trygve Lie. The jurists, appointed to study the question of U. N. employment policies in the light of'charges of subversion, recommended that disloyal Americans on (he U. N. staff be fored and that any other U. N. employes also be ousted if they were found to have engaged in ^subversive activities of espionage 'against Ihe United Slates. The panel also recommended the ouster of any U. N. employe who refused to answer questions about espionage or subversive activities on the ground of possible self-incrimination.' evident. . Though still serious her doctors evince strong hope for her recovery. Personals Betty Jo Cope accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cope of Cape Gl- rardeau to Lake Charles. La., the past week end where they were all guests of Airman Third Class Thurman Cope, who Is stationed there. At Mrs. O. T. Cohoon's Thursday for a reunion dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Burl Cohoon . of Sikeston, Mrs. Wendell Phillips of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Reg McIntosh and family of Detroit, Mich., who remained at Mrs. Cohoon's for a week as her guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Taylor are the parents of a new baby daughter born at the Memphis Methodist Hospital last week. Mrs. Taylor is now at her home southwest of Holland. There are two other children In the Taylor family. . Having left Monday, Mrs. Grace HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton,' Jr. Edwards spend the winier months in Miami, Fla., with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Erikson, and son, Bill, Jr. Accompanying Mrs. Edwards were Miss Margaret Cutlman of Florida, who has visited the Vorls WorKmans here several months and attended school, and Mr. and Mrs. Beul Heard. The 111: Board Stivers Is resting at his home after several recent heart attacks. Mrs. Herbert Brooks is nt her home and her condition Is improving. She re turns at regular intervals lo Doctors E. L. Taylor and \V. M. Lamb of Hnyti _^_._ here in the near future which \v__. be staffed with a technician and receptionist. The eight-room clinic win r be well supplied with modern clinical equipment. An opening date has not yet betin announced but contract work, is well under way on the brick building owned by Mrs. Annie Cohoon, next door to Joe Cohoon's General Merchandise store. Doctors Taylor and Lamb will have sub-offices in Cooler and Steele where they will keep regular office hours. Holland has been without medical services since lale summer when- Dr. D. C. McLean, local practitioner and a member of the Wall's Hospital staff in Blytheville, suffered several strokes. Dr. McLean is now a patient at Adler Clinic in Merrfphis. .^ •Cootev has been without a.phy- sician's aid for several years when Dr. Lawrence Cooper moved to Fort Meyers, Fla., to make his home there after ill health.forced him to-leave; that community. -,-> laid, attractive in their bright tinsels and bows. Elsewhere the house was decorated with holiday greenery and gold magnolia foliage with sprays of holly and pine cone. Before the exchange, needs of :HS fortunate were remembered 'hen a contribution was made by ach member- toward a gift for rirls' Town. The group was led i singing carols by Mrs. Carl Reid and Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. Mrs. Charles Cohoon and Mrs. r oris Workman were each pre- ented Christmas corsages when hey made high score in a yule- ide guessing game. - ( Mrs. Holly served a dainty salad course with assorted fancy cut andwich designs, and BIT ice box date roll with coffee. ' - r A",deep green cloth draped the able which ,was centered with win .red candles enclosed in cy holiday scene with tiny snow- clad nngels hovering overhead. Miss Bonnie Faye D u v a 11, daughter of Mr, and . Mrs. Jrfhn Duvall, selected "Miss Merry Christmas" of Holland .High School recently, represented Holland In the SiVceston Christmas parade Thursday when fourteen local' bands, 22 "Miss "Merry Christmases," 15 nationally famous ginnt balloons and many beaur tifui Christmas floats entered the parade. The Holland band also participated in the yutettde event' and though still in the formative stage, under the leadership of Miss Dorothy Tkacs, made distinctive appearance and was 'enthusiastically received. * ''Nancy' Jenkins; ten" year" old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jenkins, shows some improvement at the John Gaston Isolation Hos- lital in Memphis where she Is stlH respirator patient. Her condition has been extreme- y critical since developing bulbar aolio a rnonth ago. Complete bodily Involvment is For their yuletide party, Mrs. Genevieve Holly was hostess to the Federated Women's Club Thursday night. Her home was holidaylsH with outside lighted shrubbery and in- sidd a_ small tree glittered on A New Supply of Flash Cameras up Choose one of these Cameras now for a Christmas Gift. Use our lay-away plan. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS 2006 W. Main fhone 3647 RADIANT CAS HEATERS Havec 'g* TWO jua 20,000 aod 2S»000 B.T.U. A.G.A. approved for all guts. Cc««e in *nd g« ycxxrs ... U P EARL WALKER Plumber Phones 3553—8133 Beau t«ful Christmas IS™, Fine Foods at ?-•„ Co"n S Uy Plf KADn\ F'«i»* Ribs and I IV.lXHlXL/ J Fancy Backbones Grocery & Market F '"* ' Good Ten- _ - Cakes nessee xi .• „ ,. '. J Fru 't Coke Sorghum. Nationally Advertised Mixes Fresh and Fancy Groceries Glazed Oysters Fruits A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. Phone lir IN ii 1044 2043 VV6 UPJSWer Chickasawba PAGE ELEVEN THE LITTLE PEOPLE'S CHRISTMAS Tar to the Rescue JINK AND HIS SKDUPMEt OfKLED, WONTED AMD MET ASAIN VinWOUT HAVING SEEN A TRACE OF THE LOST ONES. COPE AMD HE'S HSADIW6 BY WALT SCOTT THE UlTTLE TKiO ARRMED A.T THE PLACE WHERE TAR HAD LANDED JUST INTlMETOSES MlM HOLDING THE POPE WHILE LOST ONES SCPAMBLED OOT OF THE PIT Partial Mail Service Planned For Day Following Christmas Barnes' Hospital in St. Louis fo. treatment. ' Bobby Neal is better! after several days treatment In the Blytheville Hospital Tor a glandular disorder. Mr, and Mrs. O. H. Plnkslon of Hayti were here for a short time Sunday at Mrs. Maud Richard's en- route from Memphis where they ad visited at the Le Bonheur hildren's Hospital with their randson, 15-months old Paul laryl McAnally, who was adm.it- jd late Friday when he was diag- osed as having Infantile paraly-. The child, "son of Mr. and Mrs. cssie Paul McAnally of Hayti. Is i isolation confinement with his .other, who is being permitted > remain with him. WASHINGTON (>Pj-Thc Po,st Office Department announced yesterday that a partial mail service will be 'provided on Friday. Dec. 26. which President Truman'has dcs-' ignatcd as an additional Christmas holiday for government workers. The department said that as many postal workers as can be fipar- ed will be released from- duty on However, the ocpratloiis call for enough post office window service "to meet reasonable requirements of the public," and the normal number of mail deliveries in both business aiid residential areas. However, there will be no rural delivery service on that day. The Christmas season temporary Penguins, birds of the Antnrttc, ave folds of skin between the egs in which the egg is carried ntil hatched. If left on the 'ice, he eggs' would freeze and never atch. BUILDERS SUPPLY 1 /2 Price WALL PAPER SALE NOW ON South Highway 61 At Kelle HERE'S THE PERFECT GIFT FOR THAT "NEW ARRIVAL" .Just the thing to bring little papooses home, i'injun style." Toasty SIOUX MOX, baby moccasins in beautiful capeskins, hand beaded in authentic Indian designs. Cuddly and soft with fleece linings to keep precious feet warm and safe from drafti. Come in and sea them. MAIL ORDERS TOO 1 RICHLY FURRED HAND tEADED CAPESKINS O98 KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store FRYERS NOW AVAILABLE! Its. Mrs. Housewife, STEED'S Famous Supcrclcan FRYERS are now available In Blylhevillc and surrounding territory. They're SUFERCLEAX, no feathers, no pin feathers, am! above all they're not yellow . . they're ALL WHITE! The yellow cuticle Is removed, making them while: most chickens arf yellow until they are proressrd in this manner. Chickens aren't "jujl chickens" anymore; they have Individuality. . Ask your grocer for STEED'S Fryers and sec. how vtn rood a chicken can really be. 1'ou deserve Mie bcsll STEEDS POULTRY FARMS . JUDSONIA, ARK. Steed's Famous Superclcan Fryers are distributed in this area by— , NUNN PROVISION CO. employes will do a good part of the work on Friday, and will continue to .make a.s many special trips into nil nreas as may. be necessary to keep gift parcels moving out, thus avoiding congestion In the post of- department had previously flees. The announced that Christmas Day service will be on Ihe same basis as. in recent years. All window service will be shut down, bill, there will Conwoy Firm Is Low Bidder LITTLE ROCK <IP>— Nanholz Construction Co.. Conwny, was the apparent low bidder on rehabilitation of the telephone and telegraph building at Camp Robinson. The bid was 89.650. Ten bids were opened In the Little Rock district engineer's office. Rend Courier News Classified Ads. be continuous deliveries of all pack- livery letters. ages, whether sent, special delivery or not. and delivery ol special de- Cherry Names Inauguration Commirreemen LITTLE ROCK I/ft — Cfov.-elect Francis cherry yesterday, annoimc- 'ed members of the committee which will make arrangements for his Inauguration next month. They are Hobert Taylor, Mrs. Paul Poe. Scott Rushing, Secretary of Slate,; C. O. Hall, all of Little Rock, and Mrs. Jack Games " of Camden. Cnnnons made of strong l»U»r were used by the Pilgrims In tha early days of New England to defend themselves against the Indians. DELIVERY SERVICE Phone .1507 Hours: 3 a.m. to 10 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. v WOODS DRUGSTORE 221 West Main St. -. B l? r •$*$£•&*&. .r. uoodr%ch w-a. GIFTS & TOYSjOR ALL 20% Discount On All TOYS A Doll With Heir You Con S»i I TONI DOLL with TON! PLAY-WAVE KIT '- $9.58 «.y.W«vt kn Now » n y little tfrl can ihimpoo and curl her doll'i hsir. Lifelike nylon hiir is attached with waterproof adhesive. Kit- includes curlers, paper, rubber bands, harmless shampoo and rat-Uil comb. Great New Low-Priced Set! v Only Mqrx TWIN-DIESEL FREIGHT T—L i '. »«rvi Tretk»el.f 102" 0 iMl-nitriJitg w/nJ-uc r CelorM dwf tip ' ' ."'•-, , n Bo»«m«r, irekt You can spenij very little nnd gira nim „ realistic o\u 'F ain sct that runs, a long viu. tlmc on cn( .| 1 Wln( j |n8ri Great for the lad too young to operate on «lec- 'trie train. II I I II II -rrm 111 u 1111 More Hours of Fun DOLL-E HI-CHAIR $2.49 • tuitronam.l tln\ih • Movoklt httj tray • All m.fol, rubt.r I,,I She can (rive any of her dolls their /coding in this 26-inch high chair. It's sturdy, attractively finished and has everything like a real hieh chair. " It Rings. . .Say, "HELLO" Metal Dial Talking Phone $1.29 VoPct In r.tttv«r Dial r»vo/ytl, b«l/l ring • Sturdy mtlat tonilrucHon It'll be busy ill the time. For Ir ^ children from 1 to 5 year* of ,5 A age. Voice tn receiver. Realistic dial action with spring return. Di.il revolves, belli rine. Bells are brightly plated. Ployt Standard Records — Ideal For Children ELECTRIC PHONOGRAPH Strong, tcntlonl ipe«d rr.otor AcQvtltc fypt reproduction CT Plays standard records— and well built to last a long time. Strong metal case with baked enamel finish. Foolproof mechanical reproducer. Balanced tone arm. Underwriters approved, BE West

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