The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1952 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 19, 1952
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLK (AUK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DEC. 10, IBM Korean War May Bedevil Ike Like it Did Truman )eanno Durbin Keeps Insisting he's Not Interested in Movies By JAMES ARIOW WASHINGTON Ifl — In the end Gen. Elsenhower may be bedeviled by Uw same dilemma which has frustrated Presldenl Trumnn: finding a way to end the Korean War. K might be well for the American nervous system, now raw nnd twitching because of the seeming endlessness.of the righting, to adjust llself lo tha idea Elsenhower may not be able to produce a miracle. After all, lie promised* none. He «ald he'd go to Korea, which ho did, In search of an answer. When )w returned, he didn't say he had found ona although he would hard- 'Stuck 7 Ship Blocks Port BELFAST, Northern Ireland Iflt —Th« port of Belfast vox paralyzed yesterday when, the 15.000- ton oil tanker Caltex Wellington r*fi on to a muclbank, blocking all port entrances and exits. Tt\e vessel IB owned by a British company, Overseas Tnnk Ships Limited. Tugs failed to refloat the strand•d tanker this morning. Cherry to Reveal Finance Plans UTTLE HOCK (XP) — DctaMs of GoT.-elect Francis ' Cherry's proposed Department of Finance run Administration are to be releases fiunday. Th« department would take ove most ol the functions now pcrlonn •d by the comptroller and slat purchasing agent. ly the enemy by Mylng much publicly, anyway. Neither Gen. Eisenhower nor Gen. MacAi-Uiur ha's euggestcd he had any Intention of talking iWllh Truman about a solution. But when Truman clouded up and rained all over both generals he probably dampened any notion either might have had about ex changing ideas with him. Bo If Elscnnower and MacArthur came to any conclusion In their gel together ycstcrfray it Is something 'htcli both men probably will ecp lo themselves, Insofar as 'ruman is concerned. If thai Is a correct guess then lie country will have lo wait null .fter Elsenhower's Inauguration 'an. 30 for any evidence that he ins found any way at all to one he Korean War. It seems clearly established Urn Eisenhower will hold firm to IM: ;overnnient's pre.sent position: Th \llies will not hnn'd over lo tlic Communists prisoners who don' vanl to KO back to them. On this poinl the armistice talfei >roke down. For whatever thcl: reason, the Communists refused I Judge tuid the fighting has con tinned. And Ihe righllhg seems destine" p continue unless they yield o: the prisoner of war iHsue or ar whipped Into yielding on the battle field by a new and tremcndou allied offensive. Before such on offensive coul begin, Elsenhower would have t plan for it and consider the qucnces, both In starting Jt an If it failed. If It should fall after the los of many livens—and a big offenalv woultt cost moro lives, for a whlli anyway, than the present kind o lighting—Klsenhower would be cr! clKc'd at home. Royalty Undtr Knifv ' COPENHAGEN, Denmark H) — Dowager Queen, Alexandrine, 13, underwent an operation Wednesday nJght for an intesllna 1 ob- atnictlon. Her condition was dc- •crlbftd tin satisfactory. R**d Courier News Classified Ads. May Draft Yanks PARIS IM—The Flench Nation Assembly voted \Vudnesduy nig to draft Into France's army Amc leans of conscription nge Hvln here more thiui n year, either one slny or on sevei'nl visits. T 1 draft age In France Is 18'/i to years. By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD WV-THe Him town n't believe ft. Deanna Durbin IB ack Jit Hollywood, but she says not Interested In doing ovlea. I didn't believe It either until I aid her a visit at her Hollywood lltop home, which affords a view Catalina on a clear day. She told e she was Interested In no other areer except her family. It con- sta of her husband, wrlter-dlrcc- ir Charles David, their son, Peter, '/2 and her daughter by a previous marriage, Jessica, 1. Rfin't seem to make people elleve that I don't care about do- any more pictures/' she mlled. "Mr. Pasternak Is a fellow 'ho won't tnko no for an answer." She referred lo Joe Pasternak, who produced her fabulously suc- es.sful films nl Universal and is ow a big rnun at MG. He has ong been after her foV a return to 13ms. It would possibly be for o-alarrlng opus wllh Mario UIIV who has expressed an eagerness o appear with Miss Durbin. "I'm not \\ ham," she commcnt- d, "I never have been, although 1 could never get people lo believe t. Some people love to perform; t's their life. My datighler Je.ssic: seems to be like that, She conic probably start now nnd he happj continue acting until she's 90 'But no tine, I .started when was 12, dotng a short at MG with Judy Garland. T did 'Three Smat jirls' when I was 13. I was caugh n the xvhlrl until I quit three year ago at 27, 'Hint's n big chunk ou of my life. Sure,-1 had a lot o fun and I enjoyed things I other wise'wouldn't have had. Bui I als missed out on a lot of the joys o girls who lead normal lives," Dcannn indicated that her youni son has a great deaj to (Jo wit her decision. 'I can see how much H mean to Peter to have a mother who I always there when he needs her, she observed. "And 1 can see ho much Jessica missed by not Imvin the same care. When she was baby, I wns at the studio from In the morning until B at nigh During that time, she,was In th care of a nurse,, and heaven knov what would linppcn to Vxer while was nt (he studio." Her future plans? They are co cerned only with travel. "We own & home here and another In France," she said, "They will be our bases. We'll spend as uch llmo n B possible seeing new aces. I find that very exciting. efore I quit pictures, I couldn]t /en go to Toledo without BL corps escorts from the studio,' She mentioned that she still <icps her singing voice in traln- g, but strictly for her own amuse- lent. "I sing because I'like lo," she aid. "Because of that, I'm finding irt how many songs there are. I on't have to sing 'The Blue >anubo* every other song any tore.' (ids Give Happy •forne Formula NEW YORK (AP) — Suggestions y 8-year-old children on how to lave « happy home, read at a fam- ly life conference here, included: "There should be love, and tha means no yelling." , "Love and a TV set." "A clean place to live." "A baby sister." "No fights." "Everybody should give present to each other." "Children should be allowed t :iave pets." Read Courier News Classified .Ads IN THE UNITED STATKS DISTIUCT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS—JONESUOIIO DIVISION RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION, PU. vs. No. J-758 BLAKE POLLY and ISABELLA P. POLLY, Df|s. NOTICE OF SALE Notice Is hereby given thai the undersigned Special Master appointed by the United States District, Couvt for the Eastern District of Arkansas, Jonesboro Division, in the above styled case In a Judgment rendered therein on November 21, 1957, will, pursuant to the provisions of said judgment, offer for Bnle at nubile auction 'nt the Dairy Queen tor* in Blyth«vil>, MMxlppt ounty, ArkuitM, to th« hlghwt dder on the Mh d»y of J»mury, 951, the following Itnd and per<mal property In Mtsilutppt Coun•, ArkRn&u, to wit: (A) Lot II and tht Worth Malt of Lot 22 of Block B of Mearn'a Second Addition to the City of Btythevllle. Ar- kantaf. (B) All buildings »nd improvement* of every kind and description now located, or In the courae of construction, or at any tim« hereafter located, upon the above described tract of land or any part thereof. (C) All machnlery, equipment, fixtures and personal property of every kind and description owned by Mortgagor and used, or acquired for use, in or In connection with the operation of Mortgagor's business of making and selling Ice cream and frozen custard located upon the above described lands, or constituting a part of the operating equipment of •>ald business. Including (without limiting the generality of the foregoing) the following: 1—H C Duke Dairy Queen Machine. Serial No. WS2048V 149EO3. equipped with two <2) HP motors and one refrigeration unit. Model No. W150-FLEN, Serial No. 7WS64-9. 1—H C Duke Dairy Queen Machine, Serial No. WS20MV 149EOS. equipped with two 1 HP motors and one refrigeration unit, Model No. W150-FLEN, Serial No. 148659-B. 1—Worthlngton Refrigeration Unit for cold storage. Model WUA-50-FL, Serial No. S714435-7. 1—FiHerpure Blower for cold storag^ box, Model . No. 347P, Serial No. 258. 1—Dr. Pepper Box' equipped with M HP refrigeration unit T32S-318, Motor No. or 3 KJ « AB 601 AX. 2—Four tube 40-inch Flpur- escent Light Fixtures. 1—Two tube 18-inch Flour- escent Light Fixture. (D) All machinery, equipment, and p«non»I property of every kind and d»' acrlptlon, Including particularly all items similar in natur* to those listed In the foregoing eubparagraph (C), at any time hereafter acquired by Mortgagor and u«ed, or acquired for use. in connection with the operation of Mortgagor's busi- neu aforesaid. The aale of the above described no" and personal property will be onducted in the following maner: (1) The land ana all buildings thereon will be offered for sale and sold to the highest and best bidder upon & credit of three months. (2) Bids will be solicited on each Item of personal property, and after the bidding on the Individual Items Is conclud- fid> and the total amount of such bids will be tabulated. (3) Bids will then be solicited for all of the personal property as one unit, and If the highest and best bid for all of the personal property as one unit, exceeds the total of all bids on the Individual items of all personal property, then the personal property will be sold on a credit of three months to the highest and best bidder for all of the personal property as one unit; otherwise, the personal property will be sold on a credit of three' months to the highest and best bidder on each item thereof. (4) Provided, however, bids will then be solicited on the land and all of the build- Ings thereon and all of the personal property as a unit, upon a credit of three month*, and X the bid for the land with all the buildings thereon and all of the' personal property as a unit nhould exceed the bld« on ~ the land, with all or the buildings (hereon, and the bids on each Item of personal property Individually, or with the personal property as a unit, then In that event, the land with all the buildings thereon, and the persona] property as a unit will be sold on a credit of three months to the highest and best bidder. Said sale wli: be had between he hours of 10:00 AM and 3:OOPM of the date aforesaid, and unless the puichMtr or puiohami eli to purchase for c«sh, Mid purch ef or purchasers shall be requ. to execute bond bearing luUrett \ the rat* of 4% per annum fron the dat« of sale untU paid, wltl sureties thereon to be approved tha Special Master *ald bond ill to be secured by a lien upon purchased property; provided. 11 th Reconstruction Finance CorporatloJ becomes the purchaser, it sh&n makl a bond only for such amount it itf bid may exceed the debt and herein awarded. WITNESS my hand this 1 day i December, 1962. Oscar Fendler, Special Maste An Old Kentucky Tradition KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON $«S6 90 PROOF IFI ^* 4 Q ' * I J|iJ (Plus SUM Taipl GLENMORE DISTILLERIES COMPANY • LOUISVILLE, KY. Give A Gift That Keeps On Giving . GIVE ELfCTRIC GIFTS Ark-Mo Power Co. 1 • 1 The Gift f , Every Man Treasures nn It's late ... way past 12. The house is so quiet. At that, we have tilings finished pretty early this year. Best tree we've ever had. The presents loolc good. Grace makes pretty packages. Wish v,a could afford a hike for Tommy. Maybe next year. I guess a father always wants to give his kids more than he can. i A lot of things look different when yovi have a child. Like what the school board docs. [What happens in \Vashingtoti. And the UN. Will he grow up in a world at peace— <x at war? Will he be ically free—or like the thoughts children in countries where the government runs everything? What is it they say? "Liberty is every Amcrican'j'birtliright." A man wants to give his son the best of ever)'thing. A chance to feel free and independent. To make up his OVMI mind and worV out his own life. No "isrns" to worry him. pcac«—certainly peace. A good world to live in, that's it. And part of that is up to me and all of us. Most of all- people who have children. That brings it pretty close to the Christmas message... a Child makes all the difference. A Gift Certificate From Mead's Will Be Greeted With A Smile From Even The Hardest-To-Please "MEET CORt.ISS ARCHER"—ABC—Friday*, t:3t J.m., Central Tin*. Ark-Mo Power Co.

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