The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 10, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1951 21 Year-Old Oklakoman Writes Success Tale on Bleak Hill Farm KANSAS CITY, Oct. 18. CAP) — Harold DeWnyne Hodgson Is only 21 but he's already written an American success story on the hleak bin land of northwest Oklahoma. In 1919 he married his high school sweetheart and borrowed enough money to buy a rundown farm. yesterday he was named the 1051 Star Fanner of America. Ths honor is the top award of Bowles Okayed As India Envoy Republicans Make Caustic Attack WASHINGTON', Oct. 10. <#, Chester Bowles weathered n cnustlc Republican attack in the .Senate last night to win confirmation as this country's flinbnsRador to India. The vote was 43 to 33. Five Republicans joined aa Democrats to uphold President Truman's nninina- tion of Bowies, former Democratic governor of Connecticut and wartime price administrator. A lone Democrat. McCarran of Nevada, opposed confirmation. Senator Tnft fR-Ohlol. chairman of the Senate OOP policy committee, led the heated but futile attack on Bowles. The debate lasted about two hours. * Jthe Future Farmers of America organization. A check for SI.OOO noes with It. The award Is presented an- mj.iljy at Die F.F.A. convention. Hodgson bought his 320-acre farm! lor 53,500. Now it's valued at $14.400.1 His livestock Investment totals JSIO.OOO. Farm machinery, buildings. : nml other equipment runs about $7,200. 1 Land Italses Good f'rops I Tlic Oklahoma!! has the- land Illness of Iran's Premier Delaying UN Oil Discussion UNITED NATIONS. N. Y., Oct. 10. <;Tj—Britain kept trying today to get behind-the-scenes agreement for ir.N. Security Council action In the Iranian oil dispute. I^it the dHments of Iran's 1 nged premier, secluded in * Ne«' York ho.spitnl, appeared to have blocked nny council debate this week, A council meeting /scheduled for tomorrow was postponed, U, N T , sources said, after the Irnnians "indicated" they would appreciate the delay because at Premier Mohammed Mossadegh's condition. Traveling the Hard Way, NEW YORK (AP) — Coast-to- coast bicycling hit a. new hl^h this summer, the Bicj-cle Institute of America reports. Fourteen hardy souls pedaled their way across the continent. MAKI-S CO.MKItACK — Jamc.s MJchneJ CiuOcy .smiles an returns indicate he hns gained one ol the two places In the Boston. Mass.. mnynrnl primary. 'Ilin 77-year-old Curley. whose stormy political career lias survived two terms In Jail, has promised that this is his last en mpaiun If he falls to win out iti (he Nov. 6 election, against Mayor John B. Hynes, who was thp only candidate of the four (o receive more votes than Curley In the primary. The contest Is non-partisan. CAP Wire photo) NOTICE Notice Is hereby given Hint the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and ] dispense beer nt retail on the premises described as N. HI way No. 61, | State Line, Blythevllle, Mississippi! County, The iinclprsipnerf states that he Is a. citizen of Arkansas, of pood moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; thnt JJQ license to scl! beer by the undersigned has been revoked u-lthin five years lost past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other -itnto. relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 15 day of October 19511 MIC] to expire on the 30 day of June. 1&52. Calvin C. Barnett Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9 day of October, 1951. Mrs. Marshall Rlackard 'Notary Public) My Cormui&jlon expires: 3053. You'd never one radio cauid do so MANY things! THE NEW MULTIPURPOSE As a radio . . . electric clock or aulomalic radio-alarm . . . this multipurpose Zenilh Clock-Radio makes your day easier in a dozen ways! Lulls you lo sleep . . . Ihen shuls off automatically, ll comes on again lo owaken you gently, gradually al your pre-sot lime . . . h oven lurns bed lamps of other electrical appliances on and off automatically! In a compact, imartly jlylca 1 DialSpcaker cnbinel. /r w/u oo AU weft r/// • Famous long Dislcnte* Broadtosl fecephon • Lulls you to sleep . . . wakes you up-aulomolicofly • Tells time—even in the dark ' • Turns electrical appliances on and off •me,, u s MI. cut. WHIT raising good crops ot wheat and sorghums and providing pasture (or purebred herc/ords, II was a lot different when Ifodsr.- son nmi his hrltle first mover! on the farm. The barn was little more than nn old wreck. The hnuse lincl been used us a granary. Weeds nl- hid It, The young couple remodeled the house, built a barn and stflrted a l.vnl Improvement prn<>rflm. The hard work nroucht lesults. HodRvm Is n modest redhnlmf youth who doesn't talk a lot about his farming ability. II* Praises Wife Ask him about his o»n talents and he'll turn the ronversattrm t<_ his pretty 20-ycar-otrt wife, Lillian. "fVe got a U'ife who works as hard as I do." he told a reporter. "She drives the tractor and (lie truck. She helps lake the. cottonseed rake and the Krnln sorghum out to the cattle. She can make and mrnrt a fence ns Rood as I can. "She cuts weeds, mid she can ruts the combine.. She rides a horse about every day, out looklni? after the cn'th." The couple start their working day nt 5 a.m. Bometlrrys—like rfllr- InK the wheat harvest—they're Mill working at 0 p.m. They don't mind the lona hours, thoiiRh. as lon« as they can see their farm Improving sort of a pioneer spirit. Where Is their farm,' Near Freedom—Freedom, Okla. Poland Lashed For 'Curtain' State Department Says Nation Keeps Citizens 'Ignorant of'Facrs' WASHINGTON, Oct. 10. r,v,~The j State Department disclosed yesicr- |fl,iy It has Riven the Polish tffN'ern- Imerit the sharp side of its tontine I for keeping Poles "of the l/nds of (he world." The note was delivered Sept. 20 to (he Polish ambassador here. The State Department made it public yesterday localise, it *akl, I'o- , laml did not publish It. j It -A'as the latest move in a di.s- limlf over DropnKniKla with Poland. J'oliimi closed down the U. S. Information Service In Warsaw AUK. '8. The next day, the U. S. closet! [the polish Research and Information Service at Ncv,' York. Poland claimed thLs snowed that ( ;tn "Jron curtain" .stands ijet'A-een jthe American people and Poland. T'iie State Deportment said Poland's suppression of the Sept. 20 note showed the "location of the llron L-urtaln." Small diamonds have been found in meteorites. i If Your Stomach Is Like a Gas Factory! I When you eat a meal and It turns j right Into xn.s. It's n sign your food 'Is not digesting quickly enough, it Just lays there and ferments. So I you arc In misery with gas for hours ! afterwnrrt. ! Many Blythevllle people used to j feel thnt way before they got CERTA-VIN. Tills new medicine digests I food faster and better. Taken before | meals it works with your food. Gas pains BO! Inches of bloat vanish! Contains Vitamin 15-1 with Iron to give pep nud make nerves stronger. Mlsernble people soon feel dlilerent all over. So don't goon snfTerlng. Get j CERTA-VIN—Klrby Drug stores. CALL 3541 when you wanl used aulo parts. Our old firm name "Blytheville Used Auto Pnrts" has been dropped— it's now purt of Automotive Supply Co. When you want parts, call Automotive Supply Co. . . . 3541. Automotive Supply Co. 314 North Broadway WAKMNO ORDER In Hie Chancery Court, Chlcka- kwha District, Mississippi County, Metropolitan life Insurance Company, a corporation, and ft. o. nomine. Jr., Trustee, Ptf. vs. No. 11,821 Max John Mattes, Dessle Lee Mattes. Veterans , Administration, nnd W, D. Self, acting Collector of Internal Revenue, lor the United states of America Dft. The defendants. Max John Mattes and Bessie Lee Maiies, are hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof nnd answer the complaint or the plaintiffs. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, a corporation, and R. O. Deming, Jr., Tr. Dated this 18 day of September. 1951. Harvev Morris. Clerk By Ruth Magee, D. C. C. M. DUCK, attorney lor ptfs. Jesse Taylor, attorney ad lltcm. 9119-26 10.3-10 face BrokenOut? Do as so many do for skin improve- ment—u« Resinol Soap for daily cleansing you'll enjoy—medicated Resinol to soolhe pimply irritation, RESINOL™ GUARANTEED OFFER' rAND SOAP FOR REUir OF Rheumatic Toln Pafrt of 5claH<a c-2221 is used by Simple Neuralgia thousands Ix'cause. Muscle Aehe* ^i^'f ^from these distressing pains! Clinically tested 'C-2223 contains famous, beneficial herb "nlnck Snake-Root": it's lod zcH I lo activate Salu-ylatc action for better, moro effective pain relief. *"rlC9 of first bottle hack if not satisfied, Get C-2223 at your drug store todayl Hot and bothered? Coke is good and cold To work refreshed A good breakfast gets the day going. The thing is to keep it going. The answer is to break for flie pause that refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola, There's no substitute for that. BOTTIID UNOES AUTHOIltY OF IH[ COCA-COl* COMPANY If COCA-CHLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVILLE ) 10.51, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY How does if f I F yon think perhaps we're hinting that it would lie n good idci\ for you to try out n Buick—mister, you've never been so right. It docs a lot of tilings for you nnd to you that will be something new in your driving experience. 'lake the way it feels beneath your lumds on the wheel—eager nnd willing and anxious to please. It spurts when you want to spurt—rolls with effortless momentum when you \v,\nt to cruise. When you take a curve, it snugs down to the road with sure-footed confidence. After you make a turn, the front wheels instinctively seek a straight course. This cm- seems to guide itself, When you conic to a bumpy stretch, each separate wheel on its own coil spring steps you smoothly along on a level keel. Then there's power that surges into action at a nudge of your toe — sends your speedometer needle soaring up to any speed the law allows, in a matter of seconds. And there is also thrift—the gas-saving thrift thnt comes from a high-compression valve- in-head Fireball Knginc found in no other cur. To top all this, there is Dynaflow Drive* — that feeds power in a steady, falterless flow —lets you ride relaxed in busy tratlic or on a day-long cross-country drive. We're willing to stand on the statement that no other car rides, performs or drives like a Buick. But why take our word for it? 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