The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 23, 1950
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Washington Asks Views on China Formoson EGA Head To Give Advice on More Aid to East By S|ienccr Moosa TAIPEI, May 23— (A>>— Dr. Raymond Moycr, head of the EGA in Formosa, said today Washington had requestccd his views on continued American, aid to China. The EGA program for Formosa Is scheduled to end June 30. Dr. Moycr said the request for Ills advice was "sent presumably in expectation of favorable action" by Congress on a proposal to extend old to Formosa. lie added "this appears to indicate that ECA in Washington is not closing down the program In Formosa. Reports Drnleii Moycr denied deports that his office had been alerted to close. A quick survey by the Associated Press showed no American in this Nationalist capital was preparing to leave. None seemed worried about any impending crisis. The U.S. consulate has suggested that Americans without any compelling reason to remain should leave while normal transportation is available. Most Americans—business men. missionaries and staffs of offlcia agencies—plan to leave if Red In vasion seems iminent, The Nationalist defense ministrj announced Russia planned to sent 400,000 Soviet residents to Manchuria under the Sino Red-Sovie agreement signed in Moscow. The ministry said more than 20.000 Russians already had arrived h Harbin, Changchun, Mukden and other Manchurian cities. The ministry also asserted 30.00C Russian advisers and technicians are attached to the Communist bov- ernment and army In Pelplng. The advisers are helping the Chinese Reds plan invasion of Formosa the ministry said. It charged further that the Chinese Communists were continuing to ship food and slave labor to the Soviet Union In return for Russiai: arms and ammunition, TUESCAT, MAT 28, MILLION MAKE A POUND --Seen unrte, a high-powc, microscope, along with a needle and thread, are samples ol the world's smallest mnss-producert prer-lsion screw So tiny Ihal a mimonof them but a single pound, the screw was developed by an Elg.n, ill., watch company for walches and precision nMrumoms Federal Highway Funds Are Urged Nurse-to-Doctor Plan Assailed by the Press BANGKOK (API— The medical pretension as well as the more en- Ilghiened press of Bangkok was aroused by » bill that almost became law In Parliament without anyone seeming to notice a "sleeper" claiLse. The "sleeper'' would "nave permitted male nurses at long hospital experience 40 become doctors without any further training. As a result of the clamour raised when the measure's provisions came to light, it Is now anticipated that the bill will be amended to eliminate the nurse-doctor provision. "OFF WE GO . . ."-Ready for the "wild blue yonder" is two-year-old Richard p Lee Jr., of Mitchel Field, N. Y' Sporting wings, sun glasses, ribbons, jaunty cap and other u.r- mans regulia, Richard is entered In a contest to find the "Air *"rce Fledgling of Ihe year" WASHINGTON, May 23. <AP) _ The American Association ol State Highway Officials yesterday urged the Senate to provide $240.000.000 a year more In federal funds tar highways than the voted la-st week. D. C. Oreer. Austin. Tex., president of the association, presented the proposals lo a Senate roads subcommittee. His recommendations were also somewhat higher than provided in a Sennte roads bill .which the subcommittee U considering. Grcer's recommendations were: primary roatfs $270,000,000; secondary. 5180,000,000: urban, $150.000.000: Interstate, $210.000,000. The House-approved bill would authorize: primary, $225.000.000; secondary. $150,000,000; urban. $125,000,000; Interstate. $10.000,000. The Senate bill under consideration proposes: primary, $247,500,000; secondary, $165.000.000; urban, $137,500.000; Interstate. $100,000,000. The Senate bill also would authorize $150,000.000 Tor rural local roads. This Is designed to push repair and development of .strictly country roads, as compared with secondary roads, which are knowi generally as county roads. Here's Our New Phone Number 6817 CITY DRUG CO. HE TOOK CARE OF EVERYTHING BUT tfafo Qntwatice , «d til drlnr'i Ikni* w« r*. >4 b«caii* k* c»i|d Ml pay tt« im9Ht. PROTECT YOU* RIGHT TO DRIVE . . . YOUR fARNIHGS ...HOME...B/4NK ACCOUNT Comply with H« *>«chil r«p«*l|. blllly law— fllir* wlfi ftrmtn SAVE MONEY W. L. Walker, Disfrict Agent 200 Isaacs Bldg. lius. I'lionc 3490 Rex Z113 OLIO SMAUPOX RABIES SCARLET ™T "—r '"HAL *™ING,TIS ,r,,^r.... ENCEPHALITIS (Sleeping Skl<n»O Insure Now! 6et Protection on All! $' 0,000 [$S,000-$10,000 ON EACH MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY] lo pay expenses of these 9 etteoded diseases! One Policy Insures alt your fcmify* •Ku.Wd, wife and oil unm a,,led «hi|d,« n , rom 3 „,.„,),,,. „,. , ,. . . .only $10 a yearl . . .or $4 insures one person! Bi "'~ H °' i " 10 ' »i»'-Sp«W Nu,,.,-X.,oy_ ,_BIW T,an,fu,ion,-D, ug , ond M.dldn.,- ond C.»l«l,.i-Ambulcnc.-Tr. M p,,,o,| 011 . Farmers Bank&Trust Co. IHSURAHCE DEPT. Phone 3121 Shrimp was first canned In 1807. Man Finds 31-Pound fish In Lagoon Finger Bowl CHICAGO (AP)—Rudy Selfert ate his lunch In Himiboldt Park and then decided to use the lagoon as a finger bowl. He dipped his hands in Iho writer, saw something swimming close to him,'grabbed it null- ed it out. It was a 31 pound carp. NOTICK Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed wlih the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 424-426 W. Ash, Dlythoville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he hns never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned hns never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the s:ilc of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on I he 1 day of July 1950, and to ex- mi the 30 day of June, 1051. Mack Suey Yee Subscribed and sworn to before inc. this 22 [lay ol May 1950. Mrs. Marshall lilacknrd Notary Public My Commission expires: 3 9;5J. IN TIIK CHANCEKV COURT FOR TIIK CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS II. R. AIKEN and WILLIE MAE AIKEN. PHf. V.5. No. 11,225 RUBEN DUKES. IRMA LEE DUKES, R. T. JAMES, MARY JAMES and M. FREEMAN. DHx. NOTICE OF SALE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, commissioner in Chancery, wilt, pursuant to the order of the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, rendered on the Iflth day of April. 1950. In a cause (herein pending wherein H. R, Aiken and Willie Mae Aiken are plaintiffs and Ruben Duje.s, £rma Lee Dukes, R. T. James, Mary James and M. Freeman are defendants, on the 10 day of June. 1950 offer for sale at public auction, at the South Door of the Mississippi Blessed Relief from Cramp Pains Seorw of happj girt, Bn J women B r. findinn ll.ot whm Ui«/ l.k,, Cunlul .itl, '""elJl^fJJJ ,**' hl '"'J ""=' <)iey never 'U'/'COM U1l ' eU ' <: "^'° '"dp*torrtrtljirn.' i^irlS'S^^l.Si County Courthouse at Blythe'vllle, Arkansas, to the highest and best bidder, the following lands and property in the Chlckasawba. District of Mississippi County, state of Arkansas, lo-wit: All of U>t 4, in Block 1 of the H. K. Aiken Subdivision of the Souih Half of the Southeast Quarter, of Section 15, Township 15 North, Range 11 East. Said sale will be held between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and three o'clock In the afternoon of the date aforesaid, upon the following terms: The sale shall he on a credit of three months to secure the payment of judgment for 1208.33, together with Interest at 8 per cent per annum from November 17, 1948, and for all costs herein expended by plaintiffs and costs of this action. The purchaser at said sale will be required to give bond, with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase price and PIMP1ES Disappear Fast v Jasppy.with ihfir o t sal l3y." you « ' tacJL ** ' "At All Drug Stores" a lien will be retained on said lands further to secure such j purchase money. Witness my hand this 15 day of May, 1950. Harvey Morris, Commissioner In Chancery 5jl«-23-30 4-DA Y5 ONL Y! May 24th thru 27th The lowest price GRABER'S or ANYONE else has quoted ONLY AU first quality and — "I! 24 to 36 In. WIDE 64-ln. Long ^ BUILDERS, APARTMENT HOUSES, HOME OWNERS, RENTERS! Here'i <, n offer that wlf] rock tho towol M,op-comp a r, e - • • evince your!c |f that Grabcr'j ,ert for lets. Convince yourself that these blind, have all the fmo feature, that are used in higher priced made to order blind. . . . S4 |j n smooth off while baked enamel finish, decorative cornico Fascia board self *<Vst,no., fully automatic, woven tapes slat's. Y ga " 9C fle "' ble S ' Ccl two fncfl IT'S A FACT-Yoa UJOK.AT THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES : * Neat faschia board lop encloses mechanism * rinish will nor chip, peel, crack if Smooth operating gear and tilt device .* fosy to clean flexible steel slats always save more at GRABERS Who can guess that such a beautiful Glamorug 24 95 ^^ w 9'x13 costs only Reg. price 34.95 Save $10 on the first quality discontinued patterns SIZE The liitle woman gave the old bank account a break by buying Glamorugs Emboued Pattern d»sign. Slyfed in wine, grey, betge,rose, green and blue. Goes equally well wiih tolid color* Plume and flower de sign Styled In BE ire, tan, green and rose Equally at home wilh traditional or modern furnishings Goarantt Good Housekeeping Two for 2.99 OaV Leaf Spray design in roM, blue, green, and two grays — on* with b«Tg« top colors, the other with rose top colors. Although a modern design inrcr- p rotation, it g oes equally well in any decorative application. Al Gfomorugs low, fo\y pn'cBi you con afford to cover oil those karefloois that now add hours of extra work !o your houie- Chas. S. Lemons FURNITURE Anhydrous Ammonia Fertilizer Custom Application Chas. Brogdon Phones 6847 — 6284 '/i Mile Sdtilh on Highway 61

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