The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 28, 1952
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!/ WMTDAT, APKTL », 19W BL11BBVZLLB (AM.) COUltnit NEWS PAGE THRBB f * , • Methodist Group Gets Re-Organization Plan SAM STEVEN V. DAVID FRANCISCO (fi — Recom- MMidttiotu tor changes In the or- f>n!i*tlcm o( every Methodist efeurch in the country come before the Methodist General Conference today. They are based on an eight-year ttudy. They are not to be confused with • controversial survey report which would revise drastically the upper level ot church organization Debate on this issue is scheduled late today. Bishop Costcn J. Harrell of Charlotte, N.C., who headed the Commission on the Uical Church, noted 3 Men Hold Key To OOP's Choice Warren, Gov. Fine " And SummerfieEd Under 'Pressure' | WASHINGTON <#/—Two gover- inors and a national committeeman [might hold the key to the Republican presidential nomination if a Invention deadlock develops between Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio •and Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. j' The three are Gov. Earl Warren iof CaHf, Gov, John S. Fine of [Pennsylvania and Michigan's na- jtionftl commlUeeman Arthur Sum rmerfield. |. All three will be under extreme 'pressure at, Chicago because to- 'gether they apparently control a 'majority of a blcc of 186 of the • convention's 1,205 delegates. This {represents the largest group of del- legates public uncommitted to 'either Eisenhower or Taft likely to •be choeen for the July convention, i With surveys indicating that ncl- itheir major candidate now is in a ipcsttton to win the 603 votes needed ifor a first ballot nomination, the •trio probably could swing the prize I either way. Or, if they to act together itnri eirly enough, they could form [* powerful bloc to start a compro- ' ;mis* candidate oh his way If a tight deadlock develops. that the study "adheres (o the main line of our historical development and suggests no radical change in our established pattern." "We are agreed." he said, any attempt to reorganize the 'that il church on any other basis would confuse'our people and would not serve the ends we have in view.' J The commission's principal recommendations: 1. Organization In every loc&l church of an official board and four basic commission (evangel' ism, missions, education anti nance) and as many committees necessary, all subject to the official board. The board would be comprised of the trustees, stewards elected by the quarterly con Jerence, and officers of the local churrh and church organizations 2. Th quarterly conference would function as the basic body ot control In every local church and as the link with connecllonal method ism, The sharpest bailie since the conference began Wednesday centered on the $240.000 survey stramlinine organization of the church ns a whole. As a result oach, side named three persons to a committee to report today on areas of agreement. The survey calls for n new coordinating council as the top administrative body. The number of j church ngetjcles and publications would be slashed and total bonrd and agency membership cut 20 per cent. In an address last night. Rev. Dr. Ralph W. Sockman of New- York told Methodists "if \ve sup- surance for our property, and prac- ?ort the Church only as an in:ice prayer only as n ineans to .ucccss, then we nre materialistic even ns nre the Communists.' 1 'The church," he snld, "mu,st rise above the current emphasis on rellpion as security and revive Is original gospel of salvation." INFLATION HITS PENNY-A-PITCH— H's now three-balls-for- shilling, instead ot penny-a-pitch, if you want to try a game of chance, at Hampstcad, London, England. Jacqueline Woolgar, 5, adorned with a Bobbie's helmet, makes art enticing "pitchman" when shfi visits the concession. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- sawba District. Mtsslsstsst County. Arkansa-s. Frances* Ingram Jones. By Next Friend. Myrtle Warren, Plnlntiff vs. No. 12032 Raymond T. Jones, Defendant. The defendant, Raymond '1. Jones. Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Frances Ineram Jones. Dated this 19th day of April, 1952. Gene Bradley, Attorney for Plaintiff Claude F. Cooper, Attorney Ad Litem. , _, Harvey Morris, Clerk ByLaverne Ball, D- C. 421-28-55-12 Tearful Mother Expects to See Convict Son She Thought Deac HOUSTON. Tex. OT*) — A tearful i hie had given officers and th mother from Owana. la., expected \ name unrlcr which he was commit to fee her 15-yc,ar-oW convict son j ted to prison. today and possibly mhe him bach [ The Fletchers wrote the warde lo the family farm. She had thought him dead. Mrs. Ed tin Flntrher nrrived here ' last night hopeful that- she cnuld ! get her son Herbte out of the Tex- [ ns Central Prison Farm No. 1 near! Houston. j Young Fletcher vras sentenced lo j 10 years for robberies in Georgetown, Tex., niid Faiilielci. Tex. He was tried as nn adult after telling authorities he was 17 years old. i Hurt he told his correct age he i would have been handled as a Ju-j i venile offender. | j The family had supposed Herbie' drowned Oct. 15. 1051, after his bicycle was lound on the banks oi the Missouri River at Dccatur. Neb,! and Herbie admitted his identity. Tearful Mrs. Fletcher said las night she hoped prison authorUie would release he* 1 «on and tha 5he can persuade authorities three Texas counties not to tr him as a juvenile offender, "He had never caused i trouble," she said. Read Courier New* Classified Ads. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Ellio Johns has made application tor permit to erect a masonary buildin of lots 1 &; 2, Block 4, Davis Secon Addition. This building to be used South Africans Call 175,000 in Battle Over Law Bill Is Answer To Ruling About Racial Controversy By ARTHUR GAVSIIO.V CAPETOWN, South Africa ifr— 'inding up a two-day council, aders of the Torch Commando aid last night they have mobilized heir 175,000 members for a "fight r> the end" against government tlempts lo tamper with South frlca's constitution, Delegates from Ihe union's four rovinces bluntly warned. Prime finisler Daniel F. Malan.they will icet ''action with action" if he ushes through a bill to strip the tppeals (.supreme* Court of its ower to pass Judgment on pnrlia- nentary acts. Th« bill, which passed Us first Ratling last Wednesday, was Ma an's answer to a court decision which threw out his tr\w restrict ng voting rights of colorcds <pc-r-j ions of mixed b!ooti» in the Cape i a rovtnce. Full debate on the bill L >egins in parliament Wednesday. | The Torch Commando, organized j iy war veterans who opposed the' Nationalist government's drastic Treasures for enforcing white supremacy in Ihc union, laid down a hree-point program at its conference to resist the Malan regime, nformants said, The Torchmcn vould: .. 1. Rouse public opinion through NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Mabel Smith has made application to be permitted to establish'a beauty shop In her residence at 513 N. Franklin Street, which is Lot 7, Clock 3, Davis Third Addition. Any protest should be filed in the office ot the City Clerk. C. L. Alexander ON THE ROPES — Learning techniques of survival under the most rugged conditions ts one of 1he principal chores of student Hangers at the Infantry School, Ft. Denning, Ga. Above, Ranger candidates make their way down the sheer face of a 90-foot cliff. City engineer. Dattd: April 19, 1962. < M-S.5 Witcr-Lotked S*» The famous Sargasso sea, a 2,500.000 square-mile area of floating seaweed In the Atlantic, which was discovered by Christopher Columbus, touches no land. Today's Big Difference in automatic washers— At Leading Dealers NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the underfigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State oi Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense unous or spiritual liquors fcr beverage at retail on the premises de- nation-wide rallies in hopes of ousi-j scribed: ing Malan in the 1953 election. 2. Meet "unconstitutional action'' 5y the government by unconstitu- Jonal mean.s. These means were not disclosed, but it was stressed. ;hey would be short of civil war— 'unless the other side starts one." 3. Resist "any move" by the government against the Torch Coin- general i 116'^ West Main Street, Blytheville. Mississippi County. Arkansas. Application is for permit to be L^urd for operation beginning on the 1st day of July 1952. and to ex- pre on the 30th day of June 1953. Buford Martin Signed by Applicant . . tmvn near his Iowa (arm home. ) fen Ice station. Any protest should 'A '.ieck REIO. thR^famll.^ received a letter from CctUrnl Prison Farm that asked so itinny personal O.UPS- tlons that the parents guessed it •.VBK from their son. It was slsncd William H. Adams, the name Her- filed in writinc in the office of the City Clerk within thirty days. C. L. Alexander. City Engineer. Dated: April 25. 1952, . 428-55 mando even if this means fioinf underground. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court. Chicka- sa\vba District, Mississippi i County, Arkansas Jerry Williams. Plaintiff, vs. No. 12031 Leon Williams. Defendeni. The defenrient. Leon Williams, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty day* £n the court named in the capticn hereof and nriswer the complaint of the plaintiff, Jerry Williams. Dated this 19th day of April. 1952. Gene Bradley, Attorney for Plaintiff Claude F. Cooper, Attorney Ad Litem Harvey Morris, Clerk By Laverne Ball. D. C. 421-23-5.5-12 WHY PAY MORE?] When it comes to 5peed, quality and purity- in aspirin— You Can't Get More than guaranteed by "the- world's largest seller at lOc." ;$t.Joseph - ASPIRIN KHS1 We Will Be CLOSED On Wednesday Afternoons Beginning this Wednesday. HEUER'S SHOE REPAIR QUALITY SHOE SHOP WILSON SHOE SHOP RIDING HIGH-Sandy, the Alsatian perched on the, back of Cpl. Colin Garner, RAF, is a Royal Air Force police dog, so high-altHurie riding should he routine for him. He and his handler are practicing In Netheravon, England, for the annual Royal Tournament in June. Still & Young's New Service Manager TERRIFIC VALUES End-Of-Month CLEAN-UP A woman has an interest in insurance, loo. Since tier pride and .joy is her home she should know how much protection her family has against the destruction of her household furnishings hy fire or lornado. We've all been rudely awakened to the need for tornado insurance. And, in addition, she should understand that she can get protection Rtjainst the loss of 'personal things (like her diamond ring, or watch or fur coat) by another type of insurance we call a "personal property floater." Where ever you may go — any where in the world —• such personal possessions are insured against loss. A woman should know. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT — G. H. ROBSO.V, Manager THE ! T. H. "Tim" Estes has just ; been appointed Service Jlana-j '•• ger at Still & Young Motor I) | Co., Lincoln-Mercury dealer! 11 ;in Blytheville, il was an-' Jnounced. For 3!/j years Tim j ;has been Parts Manager ofj I this firm. Now, as Service! I Manager, he invites you to ! bring your car in soon. En-i jjoy the personal attention |, [that's always yours at Still !& Young Motor Co. Walnut i }& First Streets. FARMERS DAMI/&TRUST D A IMI\ COMPANY The Oldest Bank In Mississippi County "TIME TRIED — PANIC TESTED" F.D.I.C.—SIO.OOO Tich ncrxwit Member Federal Reserve Svstrm It's a shame that because f the unscrupulousness of a; ew, the many must suffer. A.nrl that's just how it is in; his business of television ervice and repairs. With this end of the business occupy- ng such an important posi- ion ... a few unqualified ind greedy folks are trying: o make a fast dollar by dup-' ing the unsuspecting public: about repairs, parts and serv- ce. The only way to protect : yourself is to TRUST only people you know aiul have relied on in the past. Select only a reliable firm for all your | TV service needs. j You may be able to get cut-; rates . . . but you can be sure that sets you buy and service you're able tn get . . . will be exactly what you pay for. ' Now, we here at Blytheville Sales Co. are mighty careful about our reputation. \Ve know that the only way to build good reputation is to keep the quality of our service HIGH. And when you come to see us for a set . . . you can be sure you'll get just exactly w hat \ve promise. When you call on us for re- I pairs and service, you can be sure you'll get an itemized • accounting of the parts and • 'time sprnt. So don't take - chances. Cot yourself a GOOD | TV DKAI.! ' j ! GENERAL ELECTRIC is the set to hny . . . H's a great ' i name backed by years of re- i search and service. The fine; ! daylight tube is engineered, to give you easy viewing. ! And you'll pet clear, sharp! i reception from the new sets i j even in fringe areas. Come ] ! in and talk to us about your j j television needs. Service and ' installation are cunranteed' i at RLYTHEV1I.LK SALES! CO., 109 E. Main St. Phone: 3616. Only Eight' 1 Reduced! Women's Men's Suits 1 House Dresses ' $30 1 I Iflfl^ wool sltarkskins j and worsteds! Those 1 suils can be worn the 1 year arn until 1 Special Price Raincoats $1.50 Men's plastic raincoats in most sizes . . . n great buy at twice the price! CLOSE-OUT! Sur-Coats $6.66 S men's rayon lined gah- a r d i n e stir -coats in brown. Fine for cool days and nichls. Price $1.66 Completely washable! Some real dress values for early shoppers. Reduced! Women's Millinery $2&$3 All navy and dark slraws reduced to this low clean-up price. Plenty of others, loo! Deep Price Cut Crepe Dresses $6 Dressey printed crepes worth much more . . lovely solid color crepes reduced for final clean- Greatly Reduced! Bedspreads $2.22 Cotton crinkle-crepe full bedspreads that never have lo he ironed . . , wonderful buys!!! Bargain Table! Houseslippers Children's, hoys', girls', men's, and women's . . . broken lots . . . most sizes . , , all great values!!! Close-Out Price! Bargains! $1 Toddlers' dresses . . . jiisf a few! Girls' wool skirls! Sizes 3 (o fi boxer slacks. A 1 1 treat cut for (itiick clean-up! Boys Cotton Plisse Shirts $1 I'astel solid colors! No ironing needed here. Just right for those hot days to come. PRICE CUT! Polo Shirts 77* Boys' long sleeve knit polo shirts reduced for final clean-up . . . hurry in for yours. up! Reduced!' Women's Shoes $3.33 Broken lots in dress shoes and casuals. Some real shoe values for early buyers! 14"x26" Turkish Towels 39* Thick, thirsty towels worth much more reduced for * quick cleanup ... values!!! CLOSE OUT! Coats $4 Girls' 7 to 14 and toddlers' long coats reduced for immediate clean-up. Clean-Up Va1u«! Sybteen Suits Just a few . . . broken lots of best sellers! True values for early buyers.

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