The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1950 · Page 5
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MAY lg, 1830 Russian Immigrant Opons Bond Drive PHILADELPHIA, May 16. (/P>— A Russian immigrant oj>ened Uia 105D u. S. Savings Bond drive buying $500 worth of "individual and national Security. ,4. __ _ _ * _ Benjamin Poysoff, 54 - year - old custodian at Independence Unit bouphl I ho first bond yesterday niter Secretary of the Treasury John W. Snyder kickcri off the nationwide "E" bond drive by tapping the historic Liberty Bell. At Chicago. President Truman f " i purchasers of US. Savings ids can "achieve personal finim- I independence and preserve our national freedom." The chief executive spoke prior to a major political speech at Chicago tladiurn. He tcnk part tji a radio and television ^ho-.v that brought the opening of thn 5653.950,000 bond drive inln the homes of millions of Americans. Snyder sold Poysoff a $500 bond after ringing Ihe bfll :\( Imfepcn- ricnce Halt where it is enshrined. Poysoff came to Ihl.s country Lit 1501. He fouqht in World War One and his son served five years in thn Smith Pacific in (he last, war. The secretary .said the bond drive was of threefold significance: 1. "Every bond that is purchased v\\\ contribute to the economic independence.' 2. "These purchase.*; will contribute to the economic security of the nation." 3. "A nation of free and indo- ticndont individuals is the proof wo ran offer to other nations of the value of the American system of free enterprise." Snyder said, "The slogan of this savings drive i.s 'Save For Your Independence.' Throughout the history of our country, thrift has been an nutfiLancting characteristic of our free enterprise system. H Ins been of vita! .significance, in the pro- tention of re-signing hfs cabinet post to accept a position as president of the New York Stock Exchange. "This rumor'has popped up quarterly ever since I have been in Washington. I have not even been offered the Stock Exchange presidency," Snyder snld. Snyder said the nation was In n healthy business condition and Americans were earning the highest Income in history. "With the cost of living stabilized, we should now save by buying U.S. Savings Bonds," he said. Contest-Winning Name for New Car Brings Suit RAN FRANCISCO. May IB. Wj Mrs. Cordelia Maxwell "Bell does like the name of "Henry J" not chosen in a nationwide contest foi- the nexv low-priced car of Kaiser-Prazer. She thinks the »200,000 spent on tlic contest was "stupidly squandered" and should be returned to the corporation. Mrs. Bell, owner of 200 shares of common stock of Kaiser-Prazer ex- prcwed her views in a suit filed in court against the corporation yesterday. .Her suit stated that Henry J. IKniscr) was selected "with the single purpose of heaping further personal aggrandizement, upon a man who already has one motorcar named after him." fficmU at Oakland headquarters grcps of our nation, and is no less. of Kaiscr-Frafcer .said "all lho.se •important than in the past." Snyder snid the world's hope for PttUjc "depends in large measure UrJGft the economic, military find spiritual .strength of our nation/' He hailed the bond drive as one "designed to eticnura^R thrift, promote citizenship and a\vakni greater public Interest in the fiscal affairs of the nation." Snyder took lime fmm his bond drive duties to hold a press conference at which he denied any in- position tow n. " FOKKST WAtF — This little black hear was caught in a forest fire near Roswcll, N. M. He burned his feet, and rangers found him cryinc on n rock slide. He wa-s flown to Santa Fe where Dr Edvin J. Smith, veterinarian, treated aim. The month-old cub is expected io be all right when his feet, heal.—(AP Wirophoto). . to comment are out of Legislature He!ps LSI! Co-Eds Get Meal Ru!e Killed BATON ROUGE. La., May 16. UTl —Cheering student demonstrators won legislative backing last ni?ht in their protest against an order requiring co-eds to eat all their meals on the campus. About 400 marching co-eds and rebel-minded boy friends clattered into the state capitol and jammed the House 'gallery. Gov. Earl K. Long complimented the students on their industry in n;miliarizii!E themselves with legislative proceednrc. A teen-age voice piped lip. "that ain't what we're here for J " The students carried signs against sotiilizccl eating." One placard stated "We won't lockstep to lunch.' Another aSKCCi: "Who wants to di throe times a day?" The legislators, in Joint session quickly approved a resolution in traduced by Sen. c. H. Downs of Alexandria that LSU officials consider and recall the order, effective next Fall. Jap Marines Remain Hidden on Island TOKYO, May. 16. f/r>—This Is how the Japanese governmenl hopes to convince a handful ol Japanese Marines on Anatahan Island. 100 miles north of Saipa that the war is over: The Welfare Ministry will attempt to deliver this letter frort Tomijl N'ishino to Masaharu N'ish ino: "Dear Brother. The war ended five years ngo with Japan's defeat We are in gooi. health, please com BLTTftEYTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER MEWf PAGE FIVE A JEEP IN THE DEEP—At Toledo, o test driver r> r> <si, t full-length rubber suit and adds a rubber^amcoaU Postcard Clue to Man Missing 11 Years PAYTONA, BEACH, fia., May IB.* -The parents of a shrimp boat skipper who was believed lost in a storm 11 years ago hoped today that a penny postcard might lead to his return. The card was received by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hardce yesterday. It had been mailed from New Haven, Conn., and v - signed by a "Capt. Udet, Commander u-32." Shannon Hard°e, who would be 37 years old now. and two companions were believed lost off plagler Beach in 1939 Their shrimp boat. "Mclda." uas washed ashore near Melbourne, a hole in the side, but the bodies were never recovered. The post card said: "This is to inform you" Shannon alive and will return, lie was captured by (he (.submarine) U-32 off Florida coasl. The crew and prisoners were interned at .Mur- mansk and after the war sent to Siberia." Mrs. Hardec a_nd her 82-year-old husband were confident the card is authentic, "I rlways thought we would hear someday." she said. "1 have never given up hope. I never believed he was dead." No trace of a Captain Udet could be found iti New 'Haven, but Chief Postal Inspector Harry .1. Gelchell said he would investigate. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 707 Chickas a wba, Blytheville. Mississippi County. The undersigned slates that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he hn.s never been convicted of a felony or other, crime involving moral turpitude; lh.it no license to sell beer by the undersigned has ncen revoked wilhin five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this stale, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be. issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July 1050, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1951. H. A. Burnett Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15 ciay of May 19nO. Mrs. Marshall Blackurd (Notary Public) My Commission expires: 3 9 .M. 5-16-50 home as soon as possible and work for the reconstruction of a peaceful Japan.'' Masaharu had been reported den arid the family had held funeral services. IT By Reading the Classified Ads Every Day! By Advertising In The Classified Columns When You Want to Buy or Sell ADS PLACED BEFORE 9A.M. Will APPEAR SAME DAY All Classified Advertising Payable in Advance PHONE 4461 ViLLE COURIER NEWS Post President Of Railroad Dies LAS VEGAS. Nev., May 1C. (,?i_ Oealn lias claimed George P. Ash>y, former president ot the Union Pacific railroad, at the ape nf (!4. The retired executive died la.st light of complications resulting 'mm heart disease. He linil been In 3lark County Hospital here since April 24. BOIU i,, Mt. A j,.y KC As ),|,y | )c . K ar. railroading al the age of 2(1 and loincd (lie Union Pacific in 1011 at Portland Ore. Transferring to company headquarters in Omaha, he rose to become assistant to Willinm «I. Jelfcrs and followed him into the executive vice president's chair and finally into the presidency ol the latier's retirement in February 1946. Steclc News Ilounrecl Park Braricn. son of Mr. and Mr.s Jack Manning, of steele has been selected by the Slecte Rotary Clul as the Scout nf the year. Park, c member of Troop 07, will attend On National Scout Jamboree at Valley Forge, Pa., June 30-July 6. Cluli Kiiterlaincd Mrs. Grant Holt, Mr.s. Bob Me- Vollough and Mrs. Hobart Wells were gne-sl.s when Mrs. Eddie Jar boe entertained the Bid and Ga: •ook chih Wednesday. Mrs. Bob Burton won hiiih score, Mrs. Holt low, Mrs. James Peiry traveling prize and Mrs, Hurry Burton, Jr. rooko. GA Meets The G.A. Girls Chib met at the home of Miss Shirley Davis Monday night. After the program, refreshments were served to the members and their teacher, Mrs. J. G. Davis. Members present were Lucille DcPriest, Martha Barficld. Mary Strainers. Gene Malycrs, Alice T. Wilson, Shirley May, Delore:i Moyers, Dimples Bnrget. Melba Lipscomb and Joan Hastings. Rotary Meets When the Stcelc Rotary Club met Wednesday evening there were RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. eight members from tha Advance, Mo., club mid U-r> members of th« BlyUicvllle club ns gue.sl.s. The program consisted of group singing led by the Rev. Marvin Nlblnck. The next "meeting will be badiM Night and will be hold In the basement of (he Methodist. Church. The Stcele-Junior High School oljshth grade promotion exercises sill be held at 8:00 p.m. Thursday in the fjltfle gym. , Moyrt Hnmlett, County Suixrln- tondcnt of Schools, will deliver the address to Ilifi class. Stcclc IIij!h School coimnenre- nieni will be Friday night »l 8:00 o'clock. The school band, the Senior Girls' Choir and soloists will provide the program. Community Chili Meets The Snmfoi'd Community club met May 3 at the home of Mrs. Harold Lamb. There were ton mem- Tiicsday "DEAR WIFE" with William Ilnlilen and Jnan Caiilficlil iMsn ^^'arnc I ^ Nc«~s anil Cartoon Wednesday & Thursday "HOLLYWOOD VARIETIES" .] nilh rtoherl Alcl.i ami Honsicr Hnl Slinfs Also .Vcivs ,t Short irsts. Mrs. Otto Robert Temple, Chllders present. Mrs. Hugh Sarnford eiwe tlie lesson "Our Young Citizens," and letters from Mrs. Zimmerman and Mrs. Davidson were read by Mrs! Prank Stcwurt nnd Mrs. Joe Sam- ,. ford. Social Xotrs The Gibson club met in me home of Mrs. Miner Lane with thirteen members and Ihree guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Rnyburn Overturf of Maiden were the weekend Rnests'of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Overlurf, Sr. The Rev. W. H. Conk Is attcndiiiR Ihc Rapt 1st Convention In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. John Parks and P. G. Morgan attended the Kentucky Derby at IxMiisvUle, returning home Sunday. Mrs. Lucille Stephens and Mrs. H. K. Doerner were visitors at the • Tues.-Wed.—Two Big Hits • Plus I'irsl Hlylhcville Showing Stolan Holiday! - StK RATMOIIO FRARdS IEDERH STEPDMIE r«Dll Also Color Cartoon MllLICS* , DOULAi WEEKE11 1 BLVTHEVILLE'S ONLY AI--L.W.H ITJ-. LTH.lt AT RE Tiic.s.-\\'cfl. • 2 Hits Ronald Colman in "DOUBLE LIFE" ALso Color Hit SISOIK PICII1IX' 6YC5 OF TEXAS In TJ1UCOLOR Heli-clcd Sliorls Carnival in Memphis, Tti«s- Iny and Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Waller Wilson and daughter, Ami, of Caruthersville, were MIC Sunday guesU of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. German. Hlyttieville visitors this week In- iliuled Mrs. Clarenco McOollum. Mr.s. Tin Welder, Mrs. l,\ik<- Howell Mrs. John O.its. Mrs. J. n. whistle' . Mrs. John n. franklin. M rs . .ii.mnic Miss Mildred Oof/. Pfc. Holier t Lamb nf Port Lewi . Mrs. Fred Wood and Wash, arrived home Saturday to spend a 25-day furlough with hl» parents, Mr, «nd Mrs, Home* Lamb. Mcrc'j Our NUT Phong Number 6817 CITY OKU<; co. NOTHING LIKE IT For turning eggs, pancakes, paltioj . . . lifling cookies from Ihe sheet . . . serving cciko . . . sliuing up frying foods Ihis oiler is rnutle to have you Iry DEIRICH GOLDEN YEUOW QUARTERS! H.,;ul lt> serve! A clnli'i'jons, rirli l),-lricli in Imkinu and , ton amt jicl this \vork-wiso Spatuln. It driven into tint pun, I lie r«ioil, itnmtirt the «i(Eo with won- lurl'nl e;ise. C.i'l I )clricli liulny! MARGARINE NEW Un\ Opem Week Dnrs 7:00 p.m. Matinee Saturdays * Sund.i;<i .llat.-Sun ! p.m. Conl Shnwinc Manila, Ark. Tuesday "THE BARBARY PIRATE" wllh Oon.itil VVmiUi Also Shorts Wednesday & Thursday "CHALLENGE OF LASSIE" with IlnnnM CMsp and _ Lassie Also Short* FLAVOR And extra satisfaction, too, when you know, you have made the v/isest buy! Enjoy the best of all those qualities that make coffee drinking a pleasure to be anticipated— Admiration's special flavor, delightful aroma, and thrilling richness.

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