The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 7, 1950
Page 11
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1»JHW<!LSUAY, JUNE T, 1950 E, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGB ELBVEK State Police Hold Convict Escaped Indiana Man li Wanted in Three States LITTLE ROCK, June T. W— Arkansas state police yesterday held aiajpscaped Indiana convict also waWTed In Tennessee and Missouri. Lt. H. R. Peterson, of Hie state police criminal division, said Homer Guy McCaslin, 27, arrested at Brlnklcy Sunday night, escaped from the Indiana penitentiary In February, Is chaged with assault, robbery and forgery at Tiptonville, Tcnn., and with then of an automobile at St. Louis. He said It would be up to Brinkley officers to decide who will receive custody of the man. Peterson snid McCaslin was driving the stolen car when he was picked up. Peterson also reported ihat Mc- Caslln had been questioned in connection with the- recent hitch-hike kidnaping!! In Arkansas, Illinois and Missouri but had been cleared In them. Arkansas officers believe the bandit who bent and shot a Kansas City truck driver near Vandalla, 111., after catching a ride with htm in Missouri late Friday also kidnaped a man fit MorrllUm, Ark., and a truck driver in Northeast Arkansas earlier in the week. GMC Sells 25,000 Shares of Stock NEW YOUK, Mile 1. W)—A block of 25,000 shares of General Motors Corp. common stock sold at $01 a share at the- oppiiltig of tlio market yesterday. Ihe highest price i>»ld since 1329. The new price was an Increase of $2.50 a share. ' Heavy itpmnnd for the stock followed announcement late yeslerdn\ (he C1M directors had proposed l»! .split the stock on the basis of two shares for each one held. If the plan goes through—which Is likely—OM will have more than 88.000.000 shares outstanding, largest figure for nny corporation In existence. Third class (are Is the founda-! lion (or all railroad fares In Japan, the second class tare being two times that of third clii.1* and first class fare four limes trie third class fare. The first ambulance corp» operated during the Napoleonic Wars, and consisted of French toldlers assigned to the work of removlng'cas- ualtle.s from the Held on stretcher*. The Missouri River Knsln Project covers :it Icust p:iris of Montana, Wyoming, Ouloiaclo. North mid Smith Djikoln. NoijrasVifl, Knnsas. Minnesota, To\va nnd Missouri. NEW YORK OPENS A"NOTH"ER T U N N E l—Sccne at Manhattan 1>U« as th« new Brooklyn-Battery vehicular tunnel, longest in the United Stales, was opened io traffic. Army Secretary Says Must Re/y'on ighly Scientific' Troops WEST POINT, N.Y.. June 7. (/!>) —Secretary of the Army Frank Pace. Jr.. said yesterday the Western allies must rely on "highly scientific ground troops" to meet the numerical superiority of "potential enemies." In a prepared speech lor graduation exercises of the U. S. Military Academy, Pace said: "Our Army, as I hardly need remind you, not only Is outnumbered tremendously by the ground forces of our most dangerous antagonist but ts also at a disadvantage qualitatively in certain categories of equipment, most notably in tanks." The Army secretary added: "We and our allies can never hope to compete with our potential enemies in numbers and masses of ground troops and weapons of a conventional type." Government Quits After Belgian Vote BRUSSELS, Belgium, June 7. (AP)—Belgium's coalition govern-:, ment resigned today in Iho wake of the pro-Leopold Social Christian Party's victory in parliamentary elections Itust Sunday. A communique .said Premier Gaston Eyskcns tendered the resignation of his government to regent Prince Charles, who accepted it The regent was expected to name -. premier designate tomorrow hnt it was not known whether the new government would be another of Belgium's tradittonnl coalitions or would be entirely Social Christian. Retiring Economics • Minister Jean Duviusart, a Social Christian, was reported RS his party'* leading choice lor premier. Some Catholic leaders meanwhile confidently predicted the four-vote ' margin their party won Sunday i: the lower parliamentary Uouse as- Liquor Runner's First Attempt Has Bad Ending ASHDOWN. Ark., June 7. (AP) — A Missouri man's first attempt nfc liquor running enrtcU sadly for him early yesterday. Mai-tin K. Houston, aa, of (4972 Miami) SI. Lous, paid fines of $225 before Judge C. N. Cook at .1 a.m., and had 27 cases of bonded whiskey confiscated. He pleaded guilty to transporting untaxed liquor, bringing liquor into dry territory and having ficititious license platfs in hLs car. State Trooper Arthur (Buck) Halsell said he arrested Houston near Ogdcn, Ark., after a 10-mlie chase that started In Texarkana. He said that several times the heavy coupe -swerved in an attempt sured the recall to the throne of King Leopold. The king, held by the Germans after he surrendered Belgium's army in 1!MO, has been exile in Switzerland since the war's I end. Announcing a New CROSLEY Dealer in Blytheville To thousands ol yachtsmen who , enjoy sailing, in cutler or cnlboat, schooner or sloop, the wide, breeze; swept waters of San Diego Bay, California, offer sailing at its best 1 Whiskey at rts1?estr Hill and Hill will not help you set any sailing .records but il will fill your glass with rich Kentucky "whiskey nt its best." Try smooth, i mellow Hill and Hill tonight! PROOF . 65% GtAlK NtUTtM. SPIRITS MrKnsnn A Kolihlns. Inc. - Kvcluslve l)islril»]lors - Little Kock to knock him off Die road, but Ihat iu Ogden, it raced up a deadend street nnd plunged off an embankment Into a riry Jake bed. liaise)! said he took up the chase on foot when Houston fled, aticV overtook him .some distance away. Judge , Cook said Houston told him it was his first attempt at running liquor from Louisiana Into dry Oklahoma. DICK OSBORNE FURNITURE CO. You're invited (o see our selection of brilliant new Crosloy refrigerators, ruiigcs, radios, and television sets . . . now on display. Come In ard see them. You'll discover ... as have . , . that you get more value for ynur dollar when you ask for Croalcy. Here we shn\r the famous Croslcy Shctvadnr refrigerator and the 1950 Crnslcy Electric Range. ' 7 New Models as low as $194.95 FREE PRIZE! A Mnart *38.15 Crnslcy J'nrt- • hie radio will he given away Saturday, June 10. All you have in do is come In and register. There's nothing to huy and you don't have In l>ft present at 4 p.m. Saturday to win the radio. Why not drop In . . . you may he the lucky person. COME IN AND REGISTER! 10 New Models Vs Low as ?J 89.95 $4 A38 17 Down $8.73 per month NOT WAY AT THE SACK.,. NOT DOWN ON THE FLOOR CROSLEY'S EXTRA SPACE IS IN THE DOOR! Lovvty lines and exclusive frame fit- Ung/Iu*A to uaU —chromium-hooded lamp—models with "divided" or "cluster" type surface units—seamless top streamlined in one with the fnjntl Snow-white porcelain-enamel finish, finest chromium fittings—' b««uUfuJ imiiie and ootl S« Smart! clock control—interval timer — deep well unit converts to surface unit for 33K% more cooking surface—lamp lights up even ins wie of pans —7 boat speeds—cv cry thing « woman wants in her range is in the new Crosley. You get this so reasonably —because every Croaley Electric Range is superb in oooBtiuction«od polue. COmi IH-HOWt Knjoy more space where you want it—in front, tn sight, in reach! You get • full 9.2- cubic-foot capacity—including the apace in the nxesscd door Rhclvea. Rcmemlwr— r\nnp. of that extra space cornea from inside the cabinetl Frc« compartment alorca up to 42 pounds of froz.on foods.. .large transparent criaper — two pop-out ice Uay§...extra thick insulalinn ...and wonderful KLECTRO- SA.vr,ntjN!T that'* wntrnnlcd for 6 yeanl &M II lodayl COME IN —REGISTER FOR THE FREE PORTABLE! DICK OSBORNE FURNITURE CO. 126 East Main AVAILABLE • ORDER NOW! RIGID FRAME 'A TRUSS-CLEAR STEEL • ALUMINUM BUILDINGS Quickly erecicd — in clays Instead of weeks — 10 meet urgent demands for on-thc- farm grain storage. After grain il marketed, your Butler Building gives you year-round use • s implement or livestock shelter, for hay storage, many other farm purposes. See in today for full information on chese5turdylonglife buildings. A MODUCI OP CAPACITIES for Butler Bulldlngi -10'Wide x 100' Long 28,450 BUSHELS Hy shoeing up 5 feet along siJcs and end*. 13,000 BUSHELS On the floor (without shoring) MANUFACTURING COMPANY C. A. TANT CONST. CO. An( homed Denlei Fur Butler Steel Buildings General Contracting P.O. Box 83 Phone 6896 Blyrhevtlle,, Ark. Anhydrous Ammonia Fertilizer Custom Application Chas. Brogdon Phonet 6847 — 6204 Vi Mile South on .Highway 61 GROVER'S BODY SHOP Clear T,ake Ave. * Clark SI. Expert Body and Fender Hepiiir Highest Quality Auto I'ainlinjf All Type* Radiator Work By Highly Skilled Mechanics Kvery Job Guaranteed Owned & Operated by Grover Canada I'hone (JOS! RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR Factory-Trained Mechanics Any Make or Model Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick Up and Delly Fred Collihan 110 So First St., Rlylheville SHEET METAL WORK- OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, nil mills. Custom Shearing up (o 1/4 inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway Phone 2f»51 REMODEL NOW Nothing Down—Up to 36 Mos. to Pay H's easy to finance your home improvements—or « new garage—through Uuihlers Supply. Now you c:in get a low interest I'fIA loan with easy monthly payments. Don't delay any longer. . .call us for the details. Builders Supply Co., Inc. South Highway 61 Phone 2434 For Expert Laundry and ^^^P^ Dry Cleaning—Call A UTTER LAUNDRY Q *\ I Q NU-WA Phone 3221 In Kngland — H's the Chemist Shop In Franc* — It's 1he Apothecary Shop In Blythevills — It's BARNEY'S DRUG For Expert PRESCRIPTION SERVICE

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