The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1953 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 22, 1953
Page 2
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PAGE TEN cetmrgR raws THURSDAY, .TAJ*. ». More than Half of Nation Feels Grip of Flu Epidemic By The Associated Fresa I Flu—or wlml feels like flu—has •spread into more than hnU tha 48 .slates but the outbreaks so far gen-; 'erally hnivc been mild. Th« Army, a state university, a steel company and some local officials have taken steps to combat the infections with influenzn vaccine. A nation-wide survey by the Associated Press showed that the bulk of the cases are in the central part of the nation and that Texns, Tennessee nnd Arkansas have been particularly hard hit. Texas reported from 200,000 (o 360,000 flu cases. Arkansas had the greatest number of cases of upper respiratory infections In its history- The disease was reaching the epidemic stage In Tennessee. The Eastern and Western states were comp a r a I i vely t re e of outbreaks, ollliough Florida reported some schools closed to prevent the further spread of an Influenza-like disease. The Army Is giving flu vaccine to the troops In Korea, Europe and at ports of embarkation for those countries. An outbreak of flu Jn Bavaria this week resulted in nine deaths at Munich, filled the city's hospitals and closed 27 school rooms. The Jones fc Laughlin Steel Corp. announced ft la giving flu Ike to Hold Regular News Conferences • WASHINGTON (/T) — The White House , announced yesterday tlmt President Eisenhower will liotd news .conferences regularly, probably once • week. James Hnserty. presa secretary, •aid they would be conducted In the «ama fashion tw> were the news conference In recent Democratic administration's — that IK with ini protni>tii questions from the report •rs present. There hf\d been some published report.! that Eisenhower quire that all questions be submitted In writing In advance. Hngerty, also announced thai- Ei- tenhower fa thinking about establishing" a custom of periodical reports to the nation by. television and radio. There 1* some possibility, Hagerty said, that such reports v.'lil he In the nature of televised and " broadcast news conferences] 'but lie added that .no details have been worked out- yet. shots to Ms 44,000 employes in Pittsburgh; Aliqutppa, Pa., and Cleveland mills, at its New York and Michigan ore mines and at various fabricating planls throughout the country. Tile treatments are voluntary. In OhEo, wnere the incidence, KO tar is low, Ohio Stale University ia planning a voluntary flu irmnu* nlzallon program to run through next week. Vaccine also was administered at the Syracuse (N. Y.) School for Mental Defectives and at the Cook County Jail In Chicago. Tho reports Indicate al least one type flu bug — A-prlme — is responsible for some of the outbreaks. Some health authorities believe severed types of minor virus Infections are Involved In school shutdowns or heavy absenteeism In several parts of the country. Dr. A. M. Washfourn, head of the Communicable Diseases Department of Ihc Arkansas Board of Health, said the outbreak "definitely is an epidemic" in that stale. He added It Is difficult to determine which cases are true Influenza. George Cox, state health officer In Texas, said the flu outbreak in that slate Is the worst since World VVnr 1. He added that the disease Is about at Ita peak and should start .declining next week. Dr. R. II. Hutchesou, Tennessee health commissioner, said 2,127 cases were reported last week and that all sections of (he state arc affected. Search Ends at Home VINTON. In. M'j—When Mvs. Albert Luciicn reported her 2-year- old daughter Nancy had disappeared, police searched the neifih- borhood without result. Then the town fire siren was sounded and volunteer firemen were summoned. They decided to start from scratch —at the Ludden hoine. 'They found Nancy, behind an overstuffed chair where she had fallen ase!ep. NOTICE ANI> WARNING ORDKK Notice Is hereby given that Mrs. Mary E. Molelt has filed in the Office of the Clerk'of the Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, a petition to confirm and quiet hi her the title to the following lands In the Chickasawbh District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: lx>t 1, Block I of Nelson's Second Addition to the Town of Iieachvllle, Arkansas. The defendants, Mrs. Ruby Brewer, Mre. Lexlc Shipp and all other persons claiming said lands or nny interest therein, are hereby notified and warned to appear in said court on the first, day of Its regular February term, and to show cause, why the tide to saW lands should not be confirmed In said Mary E. Molelt. • '••' . On failure of the defendants to appear In said court and to answer plaintiff's complaint, satd complaint will be'taken as confessed. Tliis notice and warning order Is to .be, • published ;-slx consecutive t'ekfi. ' - ; ' • Witness my hand'as Clerk of salr). court and the eeal thereof this 31st dny of December, 1952. ' ' Harvey Morris, Clerk By Liwcrnc Ball, D. O. Reid and Roy, attjs. for pit. James Gardner, atty. ad lltcm. l]l-8-15-22-20-2iS IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICK.ISAWIIA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ,• ARKANSAS JOAN SWIFT, by her mother & next friend, Aiidcriiel Freeman, Pltf, GUY W. SWIFT, JR., Dlt. WARNING ORDER The defendant, Guy W. Swift, Jr. is hereby warned to appear In the Chancery Court, Chicknsawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, within 30 days to answer the complaint of Joan Swift, filed therein. Otherwise the allegations thereof will be taken as confessed as by law provided. Dated tills H day of January, 19S3. - Geraldlne Listen, By: Cherry Sue Barnes, D. C. James M. Gardner, atty. tor Pltf. W. a. Rader, Jr. Guardian ad Intern, M5-S2-29-2.5 AZALEAS Well-Budded These arc tlie llnest. Well shaped, tlelii grown, dwarf and hardy . . . aullable, for thfc climate. WK ALSO HAVE VEAT MOSS: Why not sent! n friend A nice hyacinth pnjl plant. They are lft«x pensive. McADAMS GREENHOUSE Phone 4519 Davis *. franklin ... sin co 1894 The Sign off Fine Bourbon Th« n»xt tim* you buy bourbon of changing for lh« belter— ailc for Halter's 89. 406 W. Main PJiont 4591 or JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Save on Dozens of Items Throughout Our Store-Sale Ends Saturday WERE 6.95 & 4.95, MEN'S TWEED PANTS NOW 3.50 & 4.50 See Ihese outstanding at Wards now- Warm part wool rnyon dress panfs. For'best selection be sure (o come early. Urok«n sizes. Asst. colors. WAS 2.95 ROLL PLASTIC SANDURA-WALL NOW 1.97 roil'. Plastic surface is hard and tough. Just wipe out dirt iimi grease and colors & designs stay fresh, new lookinK for years. Assorted sizes and colors, quantity limited. WERE 1.00, 18" BOOT SOCKS NOW 2 for 1.00 Half ivool, heavyweight. \% nylon reinforced heels and toes;'Col ton and rayon blended with Kool. Gray, Brown with red tops. LIMITED QUANTITIES WERE 68.00 FUR TRIM COATS All wool poodle cloth, sizes 12-14. . . .$45 MISSES $35 COATS Novelty weaves, fleeces, suedes, etc., 1 0 to 1 8 . ................ $25 CLEARANCE FALL & WINTER DRESSES Sizes 9 to 24'/2 priced from ...... $3 t;o $6 REG. 9.98 DUSTERS & HOUSECOATS Quilted satin and Bembcrg, sizes 12-42 $4 REG. 4.98 CORDUROY SKIRTS Pinwale corduroy novelty trims, sizes 24-30 ............... '. ..... $2 WERE 69c WOMENS PANTIES Flair, shorty and band leg, ..... only 37 c WERE 1.59 BOYS UNION SUITS Heavyweight underwear, sizes. 14 & 16 97c WAS 12.49,MEN'S CHECK SURCOAT NX>W 7 88 / . U\J Acelalc rayon and nylon check surcoal with a riuilted rayon lining. Fur collar and zipper. Ucd jjrny and green, all sizes. WAS 7.95 GOOD QUALITY 1 LIGHTWEIGHT IRON NOW 6.95 Grace fill, modern design with perfect balance. Set dial for fabric and thermostat maintains correct heat. Chrome steel body- Only I left. WERE 2.49 MEN'S COTTON FLANNEL WORK SHIRTS 1.97 Limited quantity of colorful cotton work shirts, softly napped for warm comfort. All have full length tails (hat stay (ticked in. Not all sizes in nil colors. Come in, buy several now. WARDS 2 1-3 HP CHOR TRAC WAS 226.50; NOW ' 211.50 Chor-trac's greater power suits it for continuous use on tougher jobs. The dependable 4 cycle Clinton 1100 series engine packs reserve power to operate al! attachments. WARDS 2'/a-3 HP CHOR-TRAC DELUXE WAS 237.50; NOW 222.50 For superior qualify that cuts upkeep cost . . . for performance that becomes the talk' of the town, for streamlined good looks, you'll be proud of its power, to handle tougher jobs with all attachments. WAS 234.95 40" DELUXE ELECTRIC RANGE 209.88 Automatic electric clock controls oven. 6 ft deep well and appliance outlet. Clock can be set to opera!'full or semi automatically. Three chromolox top units with 7 heat speeds. OUTSTANDING FURNITURE VALUES REG. 79.50 9 x 12 WOOL RUG All wool pile, seamless, blue only. . .$46 WAS 5.25 CARD TABLE Sturdy tables, steel legs, limited quantity . • 3.25 REGULAR 5.98 TABLE LAMPS Good assortment of colors .3.88 REG. 114.95 5-PC. DINETTES Beautiful plastic top, only 2 left 79.88 LINOLEUM RUG REMNANTS All sizes and colors priced from 1.00 to 5.00 30 x 40 3-PC DINETTES Gray plastic table top . . 35.88 LIMED OAK 5-PC. DINETTE, 79.95 Durable plastic top. Yellow duran 49.88 seats WERE 2.98 WOMENS BLACK SANDALS, NOW 1.47 Ulack si rap sandal with open toe wedge heel in assorted sizes- BUY NOW AND SAVE WOMEN'S SUMMER SANDALS 1-3 Off Come in early to make your selection of summer sandals. All sizes. Green, white, brown, black, multi colored. Limited quantity. LITTLE GIRLS SKIRTS WERE 2.98, NOW 1.47 I'inwale corduroy skirts for little girls sizes T and 8. Green and blue colors. 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE WAS 189.95, NOW , 169.88 Jacquard frieze living room suite with kiln dry hardwood frame. Taupe, green, rose and red. WAS 199.95, MODERN WALNUT 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE 179.88 Modern walnut bedroom >suite with dust proof drawer construction. Solid 3/4" panel bed. Large 36 x 48 plate mirror on vanity. WAS 8.951 BURNER HOT PLATE NOW 6.95 Best quality, three heats with range type embedded elements. Sealed in .element carries heat directly .to utensil. High, medium and 16w : 'heats.. CHECK THESE SAVINGS WERE 98c CAPS FOR MEN Cotton twill cops. Brown, blue, gray ; and r«d ....." 77c WAS «9e YD., PETAL DOWN & CHAMBRAY 41" and 36" material, washable 47c WERE 16.95 SEAT COVERS Best woven fiber for sedans . .12.88 WAS 174.95 7.4 REFRIGERATOR Offers Wards basic features in economy . ...:....... 159.88 WERE 25,95 SEAT COVERS Best woven seran plastic, for sedans 19.88 WAS 61.50 APARTMENT WASHER Complete with automatic drain, ideal for two 49.88 WAS 72.95 OIL HEATER Heat* 5,700 cu. ft., 4 or 5.rooms, a real buy 62.88 8-CU. FT. SUPREME REFRIGERATOR WAS 264.95 NOW 239.88 This quality built supreme model has convenience in every detail. Large 50 Ib. freezer with full width frost tray- 2 glass top food fresheners'hold 19 qts of fruits & vegetables. Floor samples. :J 7.1 CU. FT. DELUXE REFRIGERATOR WAS 234.94, NOW . 199.88 The family size refrigerator with full width freez- «r that holds 35 ibs. of foods and ice. Kroster trays small cuts of meat. Glass top food freshener keeps 9.5 qts. of fruits and vegetables fresh. Floor samples. '. • 9.3 FT. DELUXE REFRIGERATOR WAS 244.95, NOW 189.88 Harmony added deluxe features one extra Urge food froster. Holds 9 Ibs. of meat; twin food freshness. Holds 19 qts of fruit and Vegetables, Removable shelf for tall bottle space.

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