The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1951 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 11, 1951
Page 7
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FACE SBTEN Arkansas News Briefs— Winslow Man Is Shot to Death After Argument on Highway By THE ASSOCIATED BRESS Five persons died violently in Arkansas Monday—the beginning of a new seven-day period lor counting fatalities. jj' A Winslow. Ark., man was shot to death near Fiyotteville on *ighway 71 following an argument with another Winslow man. Washington County Sheriff Bruce identified the dead . man as Bertie Barker, about 45, The sheriff said he had arrested Lemuel Madison France, 41, without charge for questioning. Two persons were killed when the car in which they were riding struck a tree near Little Rock on Highway 167. They were Harris Pruett of Port Arthur, Tex., and Mrs. Lobell Pruett Alston of DeRidder, La. Mrs. Alston's young daughter, about five, was hurt in the crash. In Fort Smith, nine-year-old Linda Lou Llchty was killed when the car in which Bhe was riding and another automobile collided at an intersection. The driver of the other car, Mrs. Jerry Griffith, was injured. A young Prairie Grove man, hurt Sunday night In a traffic accident, died Monday. acific Treaty sleeds Cited Mutual Aid Plan Needed, Stefan Says OMAHA. Sept. 11. w>)_The next step to be taken to maintain peace n the Pacific Is a mutual defense program similar to the North At- antlc Treaty Organization. Rep. Karl Stefan (R-Ncu) said last night. Stefan was interviewed by ' the World-Herald upon his arrival here from San Francisco where he was an official congressional observer at the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference. "There's no doubt a Pacific pact \s coming," he said. "One of the primary benefits of the treaty conference was the unification of the 49 non-Communist countries .represented there on a program to secure peace in the Pacific." he declared. The Nebraskan said the United States would have to fcot the bill, adding "every one I talked to made that plain. And American soldiers, sailors and airmen will be stationed in the Far East a long time." The Stablan baths Pomppii are curls' 1 ." 1 ' College Merger Halted by Site Dispute LITTLE ROCK—Dispute over a site has halted, at least temporarily, the proposed merger of Arkansas' two Presbyterian colleges. A joint committee of the Presbyterian Synod of Arkansas lU. S.* and the Arkansas Presbytery of the Oklahoma Synod <0. S. A.)'adjourned in disagreement early today after a 10-hour session. Louis Budenz to Speak at Harding College 8EARCY—Harding College's 10th freedom forum here Oct. 15-19 feature an address .by Louis Budenz of New York, former editor of the Communist Party's Daily Worker. 0. Hamilton Moses, president of the Arkansas Power and Light Co., also will speak. Little Rock Man Admits Possessing Morphine UTTLE ROCK—A former North Little Rock clothier has pleaded guilty to a federal charge of possessing morphine. Max C. Hall, 40, yesterday was placed on probation for two years by Federal Judge Harry E. Lemley. Ford Requests Hike in Prices Cost Would Rise By .$41.35 to $65:91 WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. Wj — Ford and Chrysler both filed requests for increased prices yesterday with the Office of Price Stabilization. Th,e office announced last Friday i^' would let. auto makers raise new car prices by three to seven ' \ cent, in view of increased pro- Ltion costs. Ford's proposed increases were based on wholesale prices, to dealers. They were reported to be: Fords — a 4.31 increase, ranging from S4U5 to $65.91. Mercuries—2.83 per cent, ranging from (40.45 to $52.52. Lincoln Cosmopolitans —2.50 per cent, ranging from «56SO to S70.T7. Other Llncolns — 3.87 per cent ranging from $59 57 to $75.06. Rug Weavers Are Men Of Many, Many Moods NEW YORK (ft — Underneath your Oriental rug may be the storj of a rug weaver's worries. Charles Sahagian, president o: the Oriental Rug Importers' Asso elation, says Iranian rug weaver are men of many moods, and. "when things go right, the weave on th bottom side of the rug Is regular When they're worried, the weav ing becomes uneven. The irregular Ity never affects the quality of th rugj but It certainly reflects th' frame of mind." With the Courts Bernlc* Jones Chanwry: W. T. Jone« suit for divorce. Circuit (Civil): Jim Hemby v«. National IriBUr ance Underwriter* of St. Louis, su to recover $315 damages satd to have been suffered in automobile accident. The PROOF* is in the Bourbon modern kitchens and baths. SPECIAL Free Pinking Shears with every Machine purchased City Rebuilt With City Parts • New Motor • New S-ipeed Control • New Sew Light • New Carrying Cast YEAR GUARANTEI FULL CASH PRICE This Coupon Today. CITY SEWING* CENTER, INC JIES 696 Madison Avenue, Memphis, Term. would like a tree Home aemonstration ol your lully guaranteed rebuilt Singer Sewing Machine at no. obligation to m«. If ft. F. D. Addiw*— float StnS Specific Direction* Formal Opening Tomorrow Night WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12 NORTH STAR* SUPPER CLUB 1 Mile North of BlytheviH* on Highway 61 You'll enjoy an evening at the North Star Supper Club ia Blytheville! Delicious food steaks, chicken, shrimp.. .make dinner a pleasure! Dancing every night—and once a week a special orchestra. (The North Star Supper Club will be open Sundays, closed just one day a week * —Mondays). So get up a party and come (o our Formal Opening Wednesday night. Dinner will be served from 5 until 9:00 . . .couples only, in the dining room after t( P.M. DANCE TO TED FISHER'S Dixie Land Quintet Wednesday & Friday Nights Admission: $1.50 Per Coupl* Owned and Managed by Thelma and Hal Woolcott NORTH STAR SUPPER CLUB 1 Mile North of Blytheville on Highway 61 ROAD-TEST fr FDR PROOF Of PERFORMANCE! It's more a treat than a tail, when you put o n«w Mercury through Its paces. You never knew that traffic could be tamed so easily, that parking could be » «ffortl»n : that hillt could jimply melt awayl The jecr«l? Loti of thingi—it» husky V-typ» "8" engine- Ms low-»lung design —it« nimble steering. Yet, here'i tweet driving, with all the thrift tho< makes Ihii Mercury so popular. BUDGET-TEST IT FOR PROOF OF VALUE Daot It hevo a down-fo-oorth fir it prlcot Mercury's price tag you con understand — n blf dollar'* wotth for every dollar Invested. Will you b« »uro of good g ••oil no mN«- ago? Mercury has continually proved iti m«r»- rr.ilei-per-gallon by winning in off ief olry jpo economy teirj. Will upkeep ttay low? Mercury en^ineeri hove engineered trouble our for «xtr« y*i,ri of money-saving dependability. I* It famous for long UfoT It Is indeed I 92% ol all Mercuryi ever buill for ute Tn Thii country are still on the road, according To ituditl of the loteit annual official registration figurei. 3-WA/ OVOlCEj For "tht dnv. of yoyr fifef Mircury off«ri you o Iriple choice in d*p«n«fcb1e front million*. Merc-O-Malic Orivi, th« n«* limplar, imoothcr, mor« «flinBnt automatft tfon»TTuitiort — Of thrifly ToutVO-MolIc O**rdriv« or* eph'onol ot «»rtej cost. TherVi alto ii'»nt-«fli» itandard trafttmiui**. 2-WAY 7KT PPOVE2 BiMl'l mill tht ME toUvlilon hit. "TOAST OF THF, TOWN" wllh Ed Sull'van. Sunday Evening, 10:31) in 11:30 p m., Station \V.\tCT, Channtl 4. BEfiTl— ffa "THE BU? OF YOUR STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. Walnut at First Street

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