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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi • Page 6

The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi • Page 6

Greenville, Mississippi
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Page The Delia Democrat-Times, Greenville, Thursday, November 2, 1950 ROBERT SEARD HOUM Moving Over 45 hoaae service. Special Farm Reranrab Frcmpt Serriee Robert Seard Dial 7531 Cleveland Grease CMgbl Fire Aid Broigtt FiraMM Bat'on grease caught fire in oven of a stove at the Charles; Hays apartment, 719-721 i street, at 8:05 Tuesday i Headquarters Fire i Company No. -i made a run (o Ihe duplex apartment house. There was no Ice cream, so far as is known, first was made eaten i the I century in Italy. AZALEAS Special At BUSCHS 'ILtstRHttFn Dave R. Smith DUNCAN, set- ices for Dave R. Smith. Delta I planter who rited Monday, night in 1 a New Orleans hospital, will be Thursday morning al o'clock. I will be in the Oak Ridge cemetery at Clarks- I dale. Mr. i who was 67 years I old, was formerly a resident of Washington county. Mclnm's and Porter Funeral i Home is in charge of arrange- i I a HEATERS weitbw olrh seleetiaii 1 cover need ean Install promptly- DA VISON BROTHERS DIAL 52M RADIO On Easiest Kredit Superheterodyne AC DC KKCORI) r.OKS IIOWN TIIK HATCH--A i lo.ncl of ICK) bushels nf soybeans goes down the hatch nf a huge tho i i a terminal lo i 50,000 bushels of bonus setting the record cargo. Hilly MonlRoincry, left, i liobcrt ll.iycs the unique i method for the E'ublic StornRe Forwarding Co. There win be thi'ec million ixmncls of benns aboard when i the beans are in the hold by Friday. Staff rholo by John drier Record Load Of Soybeans Shipped From City Terminal To New Orleans Bj- XValter Little, Jr. "So the barge results Aboard a bariie large enough I been better a expected," Mr. age am! to hold a football field, a record Micks snid. "Dump Irucks have SI 10,000 worth of soybeans is rnnkini: from I to 20 shutini: poured tliis week at tlic i tlu i per liour with about 100' cipal i a for shipment down per load." BARBER DOUBLE-CROSSED LINCOLN. Neb. (UP) Arm- ando Smiseclos, 25-year-old Chi- I cEigo laborer, was sentenced lo I six years in the i i a after I pleading guilty to robing a Lin- coin barber of SiJO. The barber, I Oscar M. Powell, charged Sause- I dos bought a gun and ammunition him in his shop, then used the weapon to rob i will be kept busy a i I the beans In ihe barge i d.n Then the 50,000 bushels of one I of the Delta's leading crops i vL 1 via Federal Barge Lines to the record i i a on ixioks. $19.95 50c Down $1.25 The perfect smol) ret: For any room In Gvei tupexltx lonfl- Hi(jh fUWify to dial. riirrfnatei aerkil and ground OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS 1 ALL UNION BARBER SHOPS WILL CLOSE AT 8:00 P. M. EACH SATURDAY BEGINNING NOV. 4th. Barbers Local 217 SEE "LASH" LaRUE at THE NEW AZAR river to N'ew Orleans. Never by hmul, (he Sen mi SD.dflO hushels of beajis.ljeans are direct from from the Quiiker On Is i at the to the trucks most beans ever a by hartfe nienn.s a grain shutc. At flreenviLle--will be the. i i the trucks i cd into the 1 i of the harcc hy rijjht on to (he covered barge, end of a wei'k lo.ndinn a up to t)ic proper loading ocws Hi is F'L'iiJuv. Tho I i t-e LIIU! lhn benns in a Dion prmml also i i of one of the henvii-sl liaise loads Thc serv cc lho municipa of any type on lecorcl here. i i a has beeii far beyond our Money Kor City expectations," Mr. Hicks said oprrcMNi ios i. The city i yet i sum of net since it earns '2Qc per ton on all eight passing through the inn! fneilities. M. A. Hicks, manner of i or Oats in i said he; to the bnrgo method of tnm.sporlinjT Ijeans a bcnriiiR of the box car shot-luge. Last week two smallrr barges. i 400 Ion load of i lefl under tow of Steamer i i for the dny i to New Orleans. the beans were ex potted to eign, markets. Heavy Duty The lirirpes used for bonn trans- a i arc double walled and with wood floors a prevent water from damaging the in "SON OF BILLY THE KID" THEATRE FRIDAY ONLY Then See Him At Our Store IN PERSON FRI. 4:30 P. M. A Free Souvenir To The First 200 Kids Visiting Our Store 42 SHOPPING DAYS TIL CHRISTMAS! But Wood Used Car is playing Saula right now! Look at these Specials 1341 I I I ri.EF.TI.tNE SEDAN--Rjdio, Heater I'lastir Seat Covers. Good tires. We will make a very attractive price on this car. and don't know of another one like it in (ireenville. WOOD MOTOR CO. USED CAR LOT HWT. 82 East Dial 6B55 A. N. FORBES. Man. WE ARE Greenville Headquarters For Boys' Western Clothes 4O1 WASHINGTON AVENUE I OWN STOR Announcing The OH THE STAGE -OF- SCREEN OF BILLY THE KID THE AZAR THEATRE Formerly The Delta Theatre NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT FRIDAY, NOV. 3rd "LASH" LARUE AND HIS GREAT WESTERN SHOW WILL APPEAR ON OUR STAGE AFTER EACH PICTURE SHOW A MESSAGE FROM THE NEW are glad to announce to our friends and customers thai our theater has just been renovated and in the will be known as ''THE AZAR''. It will be our policy to bring to Greenville the best pictures possible, supplying the very best in entertainment at all times. Visit us often. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Azar 100 I TO BE I TO THE FIRST 100 CHILDREN PRESENT!

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