The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 1, 1948
Page 5
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THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1848 frachomaClinic s^^wsSjsSaarasS | Harriet Sullivan, and Mrs. S. C < Owens. Recording of the exnntlna- j tions will, be handled by Ihe welfare office here. Plans Completed Health Unit Here k To Sponsor Check On Eye Disease Wnal plans for n trachoma clinic w b« conducted at the Mississippi »eei nt « HMIth U ' l!t A)>ril 8 lm ' e 1 nil. county health" nurse. „"'• CnsRrow. LHIle Rock, nln ' ^ilni? physician al , t | Miss atTirii ° f , Uttte Rock VM attending trachoma nurse "edln to In infectious eye disease, trachoma. Mrs. Fill pointed oul that If cases) were not treated they could eventually lead lo blindness Sore eyes, itching lids, and a great sensitivity to light are symptoms of trachoma, •. -she added. Many Kxainined Here According to past records several thousand Mississippi Courtly resl- dent.s have been examined .for trachoma, niirt there are more than 400 arrested cases of trachoma In the countv now. , Any person wishing examination! may attend, Mrs. Fill salrt. and the • local health unit has urged teach-' ers, In particular, to observe stti- i dents [or symptoms so they might! attend the clinic. No gln.ise.s ivlll! be .rittcd at the clinic, which will i be open from 8:00 a.m. to noon. Other workers who will assist' Mrs. Pill in the clinic are Mrs. O. I WARNING OKItKH In the Ohanrrr.r ('Ollrl, Clileka- »»»ba District, MUsl»sl|ipl County, Arkansas. E. R- Wells Plainttfl VS. No. 10,416 Cona Jean Wells Defendant The defendant Cona Jean Wells ts hereby warned lo appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof aurt answer the complaint of the plaintiff K R Wells. Dated this lltli dn.v of Mar., 1948 HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk' By Betty Peterson. 15, c. Attorney for plaintiff, Guy Walls, Attorney »d Idem, Ed B. book BIG SAVINGS AND ON WADE'S EASIEST CREDIT TERMS! Here's Real Glider Value! It's comfort for your Porch. Us comfortable and it's beautiful! Gliding action is so smooth, it's like floating on a cloud has good Quality coil .spring has(! RllA , ollg wearing water repel- *•»•£/» lent covering. Beau- ' ? <fj il ' tiful enamel finishes. J / ua An excellent value. *J f r Canopy Top Glider Value Just (lie thing to add new beiiuty to thai lawn setting, has adjustable canopy top (3 positions). Heavy coil spring base /or i'Mrs of comfortable service, covered In long wearing water repellent green nnd white striped cover- * * mnc Ing. Price tor this glider complete as shown only (lellent gn '64 9 Porch Chaise Lounge Think of the. pleasant hours of relaxation that await you with'tin's lovely choise lounge on wheels! The back adjusts to three reclining positions. Available in lacquer coated water repellent green and white stripe. Inner spring filled cushion slightly higher. Porch Chair Very comfortable cnnrn.< porch deck chairs. Limited quantity . . ..hurry! Metal Porch Chair "here's"real value In this all Meel shaped seat porch cluir. bright enamel finisl]. gives surprising comfort, get several today. Porch Rocker Here's hours of romfort mid •relaxation! Sturdy construc- lioi), an old , timer but still goort! Wood Porch Chair 100% hardwood tramps, natural varnish finish. Sturdy . . . lightweight. FARMERS TERMS HALF DOWN BALANCE NEXT FALL Wood Bench Swing Solid Oak c.onslriiotion, varnished In urn! finish, ?4 ft" complete with chains. WADE FURNITURE COMPANY More Kor Your Money All The Time Srorcs in Blytheville, Ark., Union City and Martin, Tenn. BLVTHKV1LLK (AUK.)' COUUIKIl MOWS Bill to Permit Use of Oleo by Army, Planned WASHINGTON. A|)dl 1. (UP) — Ken. L. Mendel Rivers, I'}., S. <:., looked somewlint like u uoiicnil who 1'nd just opened R .second (tout, Which. Indeed, lie hud. His objective, he tolrt reporters, still U repeal of Die lO-ccnls-.i- Iioniid federal inx on colored oleomargarine and the o.imriei-rciu lux on the white variety. Hut tin 1 anll-oleo tnx forces, .10 s&id, will open n neu- skirmish bi 1 - lorc a Armed Service's Subcommittee iliis week lo we whether .the Army Biid Nnvy should an nllowed to tcrvt oleo u a U\bl« spread. Rivers mill his siipporteis lost, their Jiiwt Intl!,. recently when (he House .AKilcHiluire Committee vou>d to shelve nil ,>loo la.: lejiislmloii But us disi-lwme |)elitioti IMS I'M of the 218 signatures necMsiuy to L>r.v tho legislation out or commii- lee. Although I lie Armed Services oli'o in conking. Hie liuv proscilD- iim \vhnt. (lie Nnvy shutl reed Hi I Ijhir'Jnrkeis roundly snubs niarR.x- iriiir. And lite Army Is in somewhat 1 the sniiM! boat. Klvers lia.s Inlro- jduced leiiislutUiK 10 change Hie sit- I iiaiion. [ "UV don'l wiinl to (mi:e the mmy • nud navy to use oleo," he explained. ' "All we «-nm 10 do l.< lo mske II I possible for them |» 11SI , ,,i,'o ;( [they waul lo. Tluil Is nil my bill would ito.' p 1 Rivers suid Dint If his |iropos;il U.S. Troops to Parade In Trieste Army Day THIKS'I'K, April- 1. (Ul'i. Muj. Clen. Bryant Mooro, cunimnndiii|> (lie 5.000 Aiiicrlcnn troops in Trieste' announced yesterday Dun )ih iti.-ii will miircl) In full fleiil equipment llhroimh the .streets or tlie city April '6, United Klnles Army Day. | He. described the scheduled im- I rude n.s "a mensine lo urrsnvo ilia jinornte and confidence of ihe pun. uliillon." H would lie the (Irst innJor .-.Imw ol MrniRtli by the United SUITS lurees in Trie.sie since the <X'cu;m- I hart been In effect during the la.>t (hree .venr.s—nnd If (he Atmy mid Navy had rhoM'n lo tiike aclviini- IIRP of il — they would have .SBveil up Hi SG. r i,000.000 on their Innier bill alone. tlon. Moore fluid It would include * cninpmi)' of medium tanks, mech- anised recommlssHiKe units, »nd lully armed infantry. WAKNING ORDKR In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- snivbn Dhirlct, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Hiilli MelJiuiIel Phillips, puff, vs. No, 10.415 Aubrey Phillips, Deft. The defendant, Aubrey Phllllp« is liereliy warned to apiwar within thirty days in (lie conit named in the eaptlon hereof and answer the , eomiilninl of iho jilnirillf/, Ruth i M< n.intci Phillips. Doled llil.s |0 day of March, 1M8. 11ARVRY MORRIS, Cleric By Belly Peterson, D. O. C, K tAjoper, attorney for plaintiff. 311-18-25-41 THE OP KANSAS. P»ul D. Vteitr ". No. 413* •rhe ... — .. WARNING Continentil Distribution Oo»- P'iny. inc. l» wurned io iwpMr 1m the chciilt. Court, Jor the Chlek*- SB»b» DUtllct Of MJMlMJpaJ COun- l.v. ArlennsM within thirty <Un from the date hereof to tn*wer'a complalnL filed against it by.p»«i O. Koiter. Tl)!» the 24t)i day, of M«r«li. I*M. HARVEY ItORRIB, OUrk Read Courier (*e»» Want COATS REDUCED Our Knlirc Sdu-k lU'diicod to \\\-\\\^ V,,,, Stiviti K s! With plenty of c-ixi], windy <l:tys n'hoiicl. vim cmi't ii(T(inl Id IH Ihi-so liaa'tiins ucl itwny. Hnikon sl/es ntul mid lols . . . Imt wtnil vtilncs'! In ()l '<-' jrroii|) of suedes Spring's host ftilnrs. Icn^tlis iiiul short routs. This ifftiti)) Inclnilus I'livvrf.s, I wills Jtiitl ;t Tow wool and rayon jfji hit rd inc. Our lies) foiils iirp lien 1 . . All wool coverts and frjil>iin!iiu>.s. licjiiilifiil itnd iHilnriiiK. SUITS REDUCED These Yon Must Sec lo Kciilly Appi ecinlc lh« Values! Try them on iind see Hit' liciuitiful tie- comintc slyles . . . (he snfl tlnipini/ fabrics a nit lite fliittcrinj,'- spring colons. For I he I>nd)ri't-niiiirli>(l l;nly Avilh the desire to look her hest ... Kor the style conscious Indy (hut is lonkin.n for (he qtiitlity iind design (no. $1500 $2500 DRESSES REDUCED JUST 1 RACK OF THESE Nearly all si/.es linl hrokcii lols and styles. All new spring colors and fabrics in solids "»tl prints. Long and sliorl sleeves. Full or straight skirfs. GIRL'S COATS AND SUITS REDUCED All of H ur children's routs and suits liitvc lieen niiirk- cd down! \Vilh ample time left (o wear these Kin menls, (Key are values you cnnnot afford to miss. All si/es from .'1 In II. Ni-w spring colors, fahvics ;in<) styles, in four price $6.00 $7.00 $10.00 $12.00 Mcn't Wool Jacket* With lenlher trim. Broken si/.es $10 Men's Sport Coots Tan, Brown or llltte $10 STUDENTS SUITS REDUCED $22 Men's Coot Sweaters Oxford (Jrcy (]olor 50?: MEN'S SUITS R Mi need All Wool. Rent V«li»M $25 MEN'S SUITS Reduced from niir'.regular Townclad IJne. ; .: ..' $39.75 Cotton Gabardine Jackets. . I'liiill l.iiiinj;. Tan Color, All si/.es .'ifi-'M • ' - " $11 WOOL PLAID MACKINAWS .lust a few hut '(hey are liive away. " ', . $2.50 $700,,, $900 Women's Blouses Reduced Sli.urlilly soiled, lirokon si/.cs and odd lols. Tailored and fussy styles. BOYS' SUITS REDUCED Jusl a fe«- of fhe.s* R|| yrool fancy herrinjrlmnes ' that are real finds. Broken sizes and mid lots. $12,00 Hoys all wool / H nrdinc suits Zflu broken sizes. H o y s in Leather Jackets, just a few ... not all sixes. '} » y s Corduroy Coals, (irccn or tart, Sliirhlly .soi'erf , si/.es 10 and 12 . . i unlv 17°° HA1SCES SAVE C \S!I!

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