The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1951 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 19W BtYTHEYttLB (ARK.) COURIER KBWg PAGE rm Arkansas News Briefs— r Late Crops Maturing Under Perfect Weather By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LITTLE ROCK—Lat* Arkansas crops are maturing rapidly under perfect weather conditions and harvesting made excellent progress for th« second successive week, the weekly crop report said yesterday. The cotton harvest is nearing the half-way mark in much of Northeast Arkansas and is about three-fourths complete in many southern counties. Yields of late cotton are disappointing, particularly In 8ou(h Arkansas, the report laid. Two Pretended to Be FBI Men —:Get Prison Sentences LITTLE HOCK—Two men were convicted in federal court here yesterday of impersonating Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and of conspiracy. Loren Lee Brooks and Woody B. Oration were sentenced to six years in federal prison by Judge Thomas O. Trimble. I Former Jonesboro Mayor, Judge Dies in Little Rock LITTLE ROCK—Gordon Frierson, IS, a retired Deputy United State District Attorney and former Mayor and Judge at Jonesboro. died here yesterday. Friereon. who quit his federal job 13 years ago, had served two terms as Mayor and two terms as Municipal Judge of Jonesboro! Railroad Freight Rates Boosted Six Per Cent LITTLE ROCK—A six per cent increase in interstate railroad freight rates has been approved by the Arkansas public Service Commission. Citing increased costs of materials, equipment fuel and labor, the PSO said the railroads were entitled to a rate boost. The officers were authorized to make the higher rates effective "not later than Nov. 1. 1951, upon five days notice." The increase followed a recent Interstate boost, approved by the Interstate Commerce Commission. Dutch Mayor Visits Warren; Towns Have Helped Each Othei WARREN, Ark.. Oct. 17. CAP) — Mayor J. P. Drost of Borculo, Holland, today began a tour of Southeast Arkansas as a guest of the city of Warren. The mayor arrived here yesterday for an official visit,"He was greeted ceremoniously at the courthouse, ^'here he joined in singing the U.S. National Anthem. Mayor Drost sang . , . AND IT COMES OUT HERE—An appreciative audience of native women watch S/Sgt. Francis McRae of Mod^to, Calif., go about his business of inspecting a B-29 bomber's .50 caliber machine guns before a combat mission from his Okinawa air base over Korea. Sgt. McRae is a pinner with the 19th Bomb Group, Far E"*t Air Foro». (U. S. >'r F'vr*! r^"*o from NEA-Acme.) Trashy Books Condemned By Canadian Women MONTREAL (AP)—The National Council of Women was told recently that a sharp increaw In the) number of "highly dramatic crimes" is largely attributable to "the sad plight of the modern, so-called literature". Mrs. C. L. Pearson of Toronto, In her report as chairman of the council's committee on cinema and print- matter, said such crimes usually Thanks for coming to Feinberg SALE....now in progress! We promised real savings tor you . , . and it was a decided pleasure to find so many of you taking advantage of the opportunity, Thanks for coming. To those of you who couldn't come in last week, we're extending an invitation to shop this week. You'll find real savings in store for you! Our Lay Away plan may be used on this sale, too. 2 ROBE SPECIALS! Long and short length . . . gabardines, light weight wonls, rayon jcrsfys . . . pretty satin and embroidered trims. Slightly soiled— but what bargains! Values to $14.95 Vcilues to $22.50 $ 0 Q ed follow "one threadbare books." the other patterns of of the trashy 4 Die Violently In Arkansas Yesterday By The Associated Press Four per£orts died violently in Arkansas Tuesday, two of them in traffic accidents. A 37-year-old Nashville, 'Ark. truck driver was killed five mile: north of Daisy. (Pike Counts") Ark. Tuesday when his poultry truck and a lumber truck collided on Highway 70. He was Oille Jacques. The driver of the other vehicle, .George Scott 31. was unhurt. 1 Lionel Harrison.. 22. of near] Thornburg. Ark., was killed and two \ other persons were hurt In a truck-! car collision near North Little Rock Tuesday night. ^Injured in the accident on High- i way 70 were Booby Moore. 18. of near Thornburg and Bill King, 24, of Nettleton. a passenger in the truck. Moore, who was riding with Harrison, was injured critically. In Hot Springs.' Jim Foster. 38, killed himself by wrapping electric wires around one arm, stepping into a tub of water and throwing the j switch, Deputy Coroner Ralph Huddleston said. 1 Janie.5 Claude LaGrone, 57. was i burned fatally while burning' stumps on his farm near Dumas; late Tuesday. The gasoline or kero- ] sene has was using apparently exploded. LaGrone died several hours after the accident at a Dumas hos- piial. LaGrone operated a dry goods store at Dumas. n Dutch. He told a gathering of about 5.'00 persons that the same "spiri 5f democracy" prevalent in America •xists in The Netherlands. In 1926. Borculo was struck bj a storm. America sent, help, and i when Warren-was devastated by a ornado in 1949. the residents of Borculo sent the town hand-carved furniture arid other items. Drost received the traditional key .0 the city from Warren Mayor P. E. Garrison, and in turn gave Garrison the silver Medal of Honor of the municipality of Borculo. he'll be iighinq over .your Trying when vou use. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FORMALS Buy your formal now! Our entire slock of pretty net and taffela formats arc now on sale. Lovely pastel colors. Values To 19.95 Values To 24.50 $ 15 REMOVE DANDRUFF Kirby Drug Store Gifts, Linens and Curtains All kinds of lovely China Gifts, Lamps, Mirrors, Magazine Racks, Hand Painted Paper Baskets, Pictures, Wall Brackets, both Gold Banished and Mahogany. Hand Painted Taffeta Shower Sets, Hand Painted Plastic Shower Curtains in Styletine. Lovely Sheer Curtains in many styles. Made up in Nylons, Orlones, Organdy and Prints. Bath •Mat Sets in all colors. Complete showing of Sumerset Towels in all colors; small Terry Towels; boxed for your gift. FALL COATS You'll find 100% wool gabardine and tweed coats in all new fall colors. Donnybrook, Maurice, Ric«-Mor (and others, too). USE OUR XMAS LAY AWAY PLAN! Linen & Curtain Shop SPECIAL! Just 3. few coats in this group. They're ill 100%, wool, but some are & bit soiled. Your savings art tremendous! Values to $35.00 Values $39.95 518 £ $ 28 $01 v r$00 j^± * 52 ' 50 tJ^J BEAUTIFUL SHOES WITH A MADE-TO-MEASURE FIT Read Courier News Classified Ads. PROMPT CLAIM SETUEMEHT YOU GET PROMPT CLAIM SETTLEMENT IN MUTUAL INSURANCE) Mutual companta Investigate cvfry IMS >mrr.edfot«Tv and a prompt, (air settlement ol each claim n made without delay. looV ot the!* other odvontages our mgtuot polKyhoUsn hovt: • DiVMenifi ro f elltflioW-n • lorof Veprticntottan • CemprVl* Ceverogt SUIT SALE Choose from Donnybrook, Joselli, Maurice and other famous namea. 100% wool gabardines, worsteds, tweeds, checks. Values to $39.95 $ 28 DRESSES You'll find a grand selection of both casual and dressy styles. . .beautiful fall creations by our most popular nationally-advertised lines. J. G. "Bob" Barnes Glencoc BMg. Soulh 2nd St. Rlyllicrllle. Ark. Phone 4360 SIZES t, to 10, AAAA to C other shoe con give you more comlorl ihon Noturol Poise... designed on ths lamed, exclusive Ormerufonof Equo/fz^ LosM Comparable in quolily to shoes selling for icvera! dollars more! See our new collection of suedes. ealfjVins, Mid end Lower hetli... Black, flrowft. Red, Cresn. //^cars tc«4 H« *%N ^HP^^WQP^V9^ki' *• Values to $19.95 Bur-Mi! Cameo Hosiery ONF; STOP SHOE SERVICE *2l W. Main — Dyeing Dial 3349 No Refunds, No Exchanges — AH Sales Final Better Not Wait-Come Down Tomorrow! FEINBERG'S

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