The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 12, 1955
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 19S« BLTTHETTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEFTV1 DBCATUR. 111. f-Tf withering Christmas tree Big Political Question: W/io Is Harry Backing? •j DOS WHITEHEAD WASHINGTON (API — A big question in politics today is: WHOM — if anybody — does former President Harry S. Truman favor for the Democratic presidential nomination next year? First he said it was Adlai Stevenson, the man who carried (he Democratic banner unsuccessfully against GOP candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1952.. Now he says he is neutral It isn't quite clear whether he has backed away from active support of Stevenson, al- n«<i Mrs. Miller though that would seem to follow. becn mlssme '" In any event. Truman's activi-, had never said "I would support! ties m the past few days have j him in a convention," although 'Mgolpf ' Mother Who Kept Christmas Tree Lights Burning to Claim Son's Body •Lights on centered attention on Gov. Averell Harriman 01 New York as a possible avowed candidate for the Democratic nomination. campaigner like Truman spoke out without knowing his words would Democratic! Harriman had said previously he was for Stevenson. Not a Candidate Harriman insists he isn't a can- For Malpractice And it isn't likely an old didale i'or the nomination, butj j_os ANGELES WV-A self-styled •" ~ ' •••' nevertheless he's getting a strong j healer, police said, offered remedies buildup from . the Tammany Hall | 'for sickness, poverty, alcoholism, organization headed by Carmine i jealousy, evil influences, broken that DeSapio, a New York national invention i commiiieeman. It has been expected that Stevenson will announce his candi- soon. have some such effect. Few politicians would deny Truman's support, in a would have ^reat value. He remains a voice within the Democratic party who can speak and command atcmion because he is an ex-president of the United Suites and a political strategist of no small ability. Stronj for Adlai For months past, Truman hasj Democratic nominee would be the said with unmistakable clarity that; winner. he was for Adlai Stevenson. He] on this occasion, when he re- didn'i mention neutrality in those • ferred to Stevenson and Harriman, statements. j he sayd "they're both good men"— On Aug. n he repeated in an; drawing no distinction between interview that he was supporting! them. Stevenson for the nomination al-j Cm the face though he intended to be in there j would seem fighting for the Democratic nom- --•""-' h Homes and love atiairs. Off leers arrested David burning, as they have for nearly five years, when Mrs. Lttella Miller meet* a train at the Decatur railroad station this afternoon. Mrs. Miller decorated the tree for Christinas 1950. When the younger of her two sons, Pfc. Clifford Sapp, then 19, didn't return from Korea for Santa's visit, she vowed to keep the tree up until he did get home. Since then the lights have burned 24 hours a day. In January 1951 the Army noti- i had _ D Nov. 30. "" Sometime later the hopeful mother saw a newspaper picture of some prisoners in North Korea and thought she recognized her son among them. She held out hope, and had no further word until about a month ago. Then the Army informed her remains of a soldier killed in Korean . fighting had been identified as Genaro! those of her son. ) "Despite what the Army say*, I b- a . j know my boy wasn't killed in ac- Uon," she said. "I feel I have to go ahead with it the funeral as if it were my boy. If i(, were, the best would noL he good enough. If I didn't go. I wouldn't feel right about it the rest of my life. I Just didn't leel 1 should, give up hope." Ike's Doctors Get Advice DENVER (/Pj—Advice on how to treat President Eisenhower's heart condition pours into the Denver White House daily by mail and telegram. Some of il conies from doctors. Mui:h of ii comes from others who have had heart attacks. White House News Secretary j James C. Hagerty has refused corn- She said the Christmas tree, most j mem on all of it. of its browned needles kept intact This included relusal to comment bv daily watering, will stay up and | on a suggestion by two Cleveland the lights will keep burning. I doctors that, a new type of surgerj Mrs. Millers other son George, i designed to prevent heart attach -oadside cafe at nearby i might be considered for the Presi- could produce serious technical problems and Rive millions of viewers a somewhat blurry picture of California. MANY INSECTS Iiwects may bp found almost; anywhere. The number of species I of insects is f;ir more nuincTou,-. than that of all the other -animals 1 together. ODDirr Although the greater part ot West. Cirginia lies west of Virginia, the southwestern tip of Virginia extends many miles farther we«t than any point in West Virginia. operates a Forsythe. dent. Troncoso, 32, and booked him suspicion of malpractice of medicine . ,_, last night. Literature listed Tron- Yesterday Truman told_reporters. QSO various]v as a doclor of met a- he wasn't choosing up sides before the convention. He said "I have no candidate, except I want a winner when the Democratic conven-j i lion acts." And he predicted the a me ma list of inee, no matter who he might be. Again, on Sept. 9. he still was; in the Stevenson cheering section, i He said in a speech in Chicago j that he had talked with Stevenson by telephone that morning and "I j told him if he announced for pres-j ident I would be for him." j Thirty days later, the former | President didn't appear to be sO| positive about whom he would sup- strength President's it. Harriman have gained reason 01 the former announced neutrality while Stevenson had slipped at least a small step. Had Easier Time CLEVELAND ..*•)—Today's house. : wife works much harder than her port. While visiting Harriman m; dma did Mrs . rjayis whltfleld. Albany. N.Y.. he remarked thatp QirectO r of home economics he was "as neutral as a man could' vesterdav . she gave this ex- possibly be in my position. | anlple: Political observers noted that on< -it was easier for Grandma to the same day. Harriman said dur- : ; ma j;e an iron kculeful of soap than Ing a television program he had. fol . us to do the thinking required "no obligation" to Stevenson and'j n making derisions about which i of the many kinds of soap we should ! buy." IX THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT ! OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. 3,341 JAMES ALEXANDER PYLE, deceased NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ANCILLARY EXECUTOR Last Known Address fo Decedent: Senath, Missouri. Date of Death: 14 September 1955. An instrument dated 22 July 1953 and a codicil thereto dated 16 February 1955, was on the 7th day of October 1955, admitted to probate as the last Will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed ancillary executor thereunder. A contest of the probate of the Will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, t.o the undersigned ancillary executor, or to his duly appointed agent designated below, within six months from the date of the first publication of this nonce, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit of the estate. Boyd Smith, Ancillary Executor Mail Address: Senath. Missouri, Rt. No. 2. Gene Bradley, Attorney at Law Mail Address: 124-A N. 2d,St. and 917 Pecan Ave., Blythevilie. Arkansas. Given under my hand and seal this the 10th day of October 1955. ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, Clerk Probate Court. This noiice first published, 12 day of October'1955. 10,12-19 lk« to Get Record SAN FRANCISCO nfl — A $100-a- plate California Republican audience listened Monday night while Brian Sullivan. Metropolitan Opera singer, recorded for president Eisenhower a favorite song, "Bless This House." Tne recording wds sent immediately by plane to Denver. Lie Awake Last Night! bt<av»« of acid? Do This Tonight: Why lei excess stomach acidity keep you tossing and turning tn a vain attempt to sleep? Do A* millions d.o—rake 2 T\nm as a "nighi cap." See if you don't faf! asleep more easily—feel fresher in the morning. Turns neutralize excess acid almost before it starts. Always keep Turns handy to counteract gas, acid indigestion — day or night. Get a handy roll today. So Konomrcof—on^ ] Q C o ^~ GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Featur* First BlythevilU Showing —AND— ALSO CARTOON: "DIZZY DISHES" THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature HITI psychologist, and doctor of diuiuty. E J olice Lt Frank Cunningham said j Woman complained Troncsoj threatened her when she told him ' she planned to go t° police after his promise of "bringing her lover back from Mexico" failed to materialize, t A casket containing the remains is to be on a train arriving in Decatur late today. Mrs. Miller said she would meet the train and attend a military funeral planned for Saturday, but she isn't giving up. In Stew Stabbing PHILADELPHIA fcP> — Argument over how much meat was in a 35- cent stew resulted in the fatal stabbing yesterday of a lunchroom counterman, police seid. They were seeking a man known only as "Sam" i'or the slaying. Police said he stabbed Ira S. York of Eagleville, Montgomery county, after York ejected him from the lunchroom when he complained there was no meat in the stew. Smog Out, Lloyds Soy LOS ANGELES ij») — A pair of television producers say that Lloyds of London, which insures most everything, won't insure against smog. Max Siege! and Bob Finkel, co- producers of NBC-TV's Variety Horn-, said the program this Sunday will originate in the Hollywood Bowl as a musical tribute to Rodgers and Hammerstein. They feel that a heavy smog attack in the outdoor ampitheater Freedom Balloons TAIPEI, Formosa i<Pi — Balloons ^ with Chinese Nationalist Hags at-1 tached were floated toward the' Red China mainland Monday by Ciiiang Kai-shek's troops on Quemoy Island. The baloons formed part of the Double Tenth celebration marking the 44th anniversary of ( the Oct. 10, 1911, revolution. -NOTICE- TO families who depend on Fast Aspirin Relief You get extra economy when you buy St Joseph Aspirin in the giant 200 tablet bottle for only 79f. 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FUEL OIL xv l Sell That Stuff Phone 2-2089 VMt Comty'i C«MC« S»rvk«, A«fc t Diri*4«ii Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times 1-Lb. 400 ' Tall Tins 1' U( SAVE 3 CENTS PER DOLLAR-AND-MORE EVERY DAY! Safeway's polity, of keeping everyday grocery prices at least 3% below shell' prices at trading stamp stores means you can make cash savings every day at Safe- nay. Remember, you get these savings in cash, not in troublesome stamps. And Safeway's weekly specials add further savings. This Ad Effective Thursday, Oct. 13th Captains Choice Frozen OCEAN PERCH Pet or Carnation CANNED MILK 2 Cherub its Baby Pure CANNED MILK 2 Wesson Oil SALADOIL -30? Mayday Neutral in Flavor SALAD05L Van Zee Budget Priced CHEESE SPREAD 2-59? Halves in Rich Syrup HUNTS PEACHES Sliced in Rich Syrup HIGHWAY PEACHY Sno White Plain or Iodized TABLE SALT Coldbrook Colored Quarters MARGARINE 2 PONT FORGET! Safeway will meet the lowest advertised price of every competitor—item bv item, day by day—in Blythevilie. Quality considered. No. 2'A Tin No. 2>/ 2 . Ti 2*=. ttt 19< AVKD. & THL'RS. Double Feature MKSC D, HOWWB Wl'tH • DlK'M br O". HF>»OI _ AND — BOTH COLEMAK MAMO C I. A R I SEORSE HOUSTON Cartoon "Serial Lion" MOX THEATRE On \V. Main St. In Blythevilie Phone 3-1621 Weekdays Show Slarls 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sim. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature FOR SALE 620 Acres of Good Farm Land Located on U.S. 61 Highway near Hayti, Mo. PRICED TO SELL! Cloyd Handley PHONE 1473W1 Carurheriville, Missouri ALSO CARTOON THl'RSDAY & FRIDAY Iloulile Ken I tire \t liltLY llM'HrHN \virmvi IK»T.DKN — AND — OF DCATHI.. LAND FOR SALE 80 ACRES Approximately 6 miles west of Blythevilie. Fair improvements. Priced t» sell. 424 ACRES Near Holland. Mo. Fronts on main pared road. Good improvements. This is a real farm. Don't miss seeing it. T60 ACRES Near Gttieon, Mo. Nice large 2-story home. 2 irrigation wells. Good productive land. 631/2 ACRES Near Dell, Arkansas. Beautiful S20.000 home and ex- Ira fine improvements. This is a shdw place. Don't miss this if you are looking for a nice suburban house. 222 ACRES Close to Manila, Arkansas. Extra good mtxed loam land. Priced to sell. 66 ACRES South of Dell, Ark. This is the best bargain we are showing for an investment Look this over before it is sold. $225 per acre. 157 ACRES Neat Reevfs. Mo. Good land a real buy. $225 per acr«. 47 ACRES Near Steele, Mo. Excellent land in a good location. ?30( per acre. 94 ACRES On (travel road near Porl- aj;e\ille, Mo. Small home high quality land. Good location. MANY OTHER FARMS \Ve have many other farms of all sizes . . . Excellent terms on all property. We have insurance compart) commitments that will pa; a large portion of (he pur chase price. Let us show you these farms before yoi make a deal. 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