The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1953 · Page 12
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 24, 1953
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVTLLE fARK.) COURIEK NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1998 Here Is List of U. S. POW's Freed Today FREEDOM VILLAGE, Korea (AP) — Here is the official list of American sick and wounded prisoners freed at Panniunjom today: Pvt. Peter S. LaClaire: moiher, .Mrs. Eva Hiekox. 144 Stafford Ave. Mrs. Mai-swot M. LaClaire, '109 Harrison St.. Fulton. N. y. Pvt. Paul B. Clements; mother, SyriK' N. Y. Airman 2C lioherl L. Wnlnbramil: next of kiu Fred Wein- Mrs. Delphi! A. Clements, 1215 E. jbramii. Box 301, El Cajou, Cnllf. S'^t. Philip D. MeMnhon, Koss- villc. 111. Pfc Tally Cox; mother, Mrs. Viiner Cox. Route 2, Alloona, Ala. PvL Hobcri J. Powers; father. Robcn Powers, 115 Dinn St., Hicksville, N. Y. Pfc. William J. Tr.-ibiic-ki: Bister Josephine Tralnifki, 3-10(i LiKonler, PiMsbur!;h. Pa. Pfr. Hay Elmer; sister, ton-nine RowJiiur, Route 1, Clinton, Tenn. „-„,,... -™. , C I' L Cccil v - Pri'ston: llt>xl of Pvt. James J. Coosan; mother, kin. Viola Swincy, 821 Fort Barry. Mrs. Edna B. Coogan, 4823 Grls- Saiis:ilito, Calif, torn St., Philadelpliia. Ninth St., .Indinnnpolis. nd. Thomas A. Seheddcl, USMC; next of kin Mrs. Theodore P. Scheddcl, ill Broadway, Bay City, Mich. Pfc. William A.Camdcti; mother, Mrs. Dolores Rose Sargent. Bar Mills, Me. Pfc. Vernon L. Rohrbni:ph; mother, Jane Reliecca RohrbauBh, Bismarck, \V. Va. Cpl. Ernest E. Contrcaras; mother, Grace Contrcaras, 719 31st St., Denver, Colo. Pfc. James R. Dunn: father William E. Dunn, Route 2, Anderson. S. C. Pfc. Wnyne E. Huehener; mother Mrs. Maude Hnehener. 1351 Concord St.. Saxonville. Mass. Pvt. John R. Harlman; mother Mrs. Anna L. Hartman, Box 81, Granite Quarry. N. C. • Pfc. William W. Smith; mother Mrs. Georuia Smith, Route 1, Rockingham, N. C. Cpl. Levi M. Powell; mother, Mrs. Rosette Powell, 528 Corlinc St.. Pekin. 111. Pfc. Clifford .F. Smith: father Raymond Smith. Route 3, Box 267, Lake Charles, La. Pfc. Everett \V. Ritenour; guardian, Clara E. Keller, 021 So. Main St., Woodstock. Va. Pfc. Harold L. Witt; next of kin Mrs. Ruby Burton, 401 Caw St., Bartlesville, Okla. Pvt. Harry P. Minccy; mother, Ruby Minccy, 4100 Warren Ave, Cleveland, 0. Pfc, Robert H, Hiekox, mother, 'STAMP OF FASHION - To jcomniemoratc her contributions • to the world of high fashion, {France is issuing this slamp in {"swallow blue" and "amethyst !violet." The engraving is by t Piel on a design by Gandon. Pfc. Frank F. Paul; mothnr, Mavy Paul, 1103 Poplar St., Cop- loy. Pa. Pfc. Charles E. Dick; father, El- brrt Omor Dick, Spann, Ky. PiV.,S,vm B, Ertwnvtls; mother, Mrs. Ada Edwards. Albion, N. C. Pfc. James M. Franklin; father, Thomas B. Franklin, Petersburg, Vn. Pfc. Ulysses K. Abraham; mother, Mary Abraham, General Delivery, Sisseton, B. Dak. Pfc. Charles M. Smith: wife, Mrs. Doris Smith, 282 Hartman Mill Road, Chnrlottfsville, Vn. 2nd Lk'Ut Albert rto la Gar/a; wife. Mrs. Gloria de In Gnrxn, 258 E. Lambert St.., San Antonio. Tex. Pfc. Urfftde Allan Sullivan; fa- ! (her, R. A. Sullivan, Louisville, 1 Mis.s. Pfc. William F. Krobath; mother, Bridget Krobath, 22!2 Sherman St., Shamokin, P.i. Pvt. ViTiion E. Bowling; mother, Lottie Bowling, Grayson, Ky. Pvt. John D. Polston; father, James W. Polston, Winterhaven, Fla. ' . ' Cpl. Joe L. Jewell; brother, Chnrlc.s E. Jewell, -1123 Ivnnhoe. Cincinnati. O. Pfc. Vircil A. Kaver; next of kin, Mrs. OlBa Kiivrr, RFD 2, Box I) M titli t ulle, Mo. Pvt. Ambrmv Vampran; father, . Felix Vampran. Maurepas, La. j Pfc. .Siismnu ShinaKinva; mother, Mrs. Shinayo Shinagawa, Hide, Kfiuni. T. H. Pfc. Hennnne'/Jlfln Cnrles-Cheve- :: brother. Juan Cortes, Box 535, CM Irs 1 U Mlic;tr HATH CHARMS' 5 —for some H does, but not for the unidentified lod'dlcr, loft, who covers Ms ean " the N^nn.T Symphony Orchestra plays a special "Tiny Tots" concert in Washington. Disngrceirig with the critic is little Jacqueline Wohl, 2%. standing fascinated amid string section. Survey of Marriage Experiences May Help Women Cancer Patients By ALTOS' I>. BLAKESLEE LOS ANGELES Ultimately, 1,000 women will be like survey of women's sex and marriage experiences is finding hints of why some women get cancer of the rervjx. So far, the intimate medical questionings indicate a similar A Kinsey- ; interviewed by trained social workers. Half will be women diagnosed as having cancer of the cervix; half will be women free of this cancer. Similar surveys elsewhere have found that, cervical cancer is rare biological, economic and social j nmong nuns; much lower among background among women Who get this cancer. It finds they arc more likely Speeds Predicted , NEW YORK f/P) — Mundy I. Peale. president, of Republic Aviation Corp,, -said lit si, nifiht within 10 years plnnrs will (ravel at 2,500 mi If" an hour or more. t 1 told a dinner of aeronautics division n( the Society of Automotive nmnneers that "we have romp into a st,a«.;e in the forward flight of a via t inn where nothing . . . can be n-purdcd as Impossible. than other women to have married before n»e 18; to have had all their children by age 25; to be divorced, sepuvsUecl or widowed, and to be low in the economic scale. There Is no proof that any of these events themselves influence development of cancer o£ the neck of the womb. A pattern of events, such as early marriage or early sex experiences, or interruption of .sex- life by divorce or separation, may reflect differences in hormone drives among women, affecting j their lives mid personalities. The hormone differences may be important. Dcst-rlhcd To Writers The survey is directed by Dr. Edward G. Jones nnd Dr. Ian MacDonald of the University of Southern California. They described it today to science writers on an American Cancer Society lour of Western research centers. So far, 300 women have been in- trrviru'ncl in two to four-hour .sessions of frank questions and answers coverinK ninny aspects of their lives, includint; money troubles, number of children, sex experiences, frequency and satisfaction. Thompson _ r Says SIMPLE AS... MORE Value B ~] MORE Beauty Jewish women than gentiles; eight times more common among women who have had children than among childless women. The USC studies find no relation between the number of children and likelihood of cervical cancer, nor between cancer and various practices of sex hygiene. A high proportion of women who have cervical cancer have never used contraceptives, and neither have their husbands, the study finds. NOTICE The re-assessment of certain property in Sewer Improvement District No. 4 of Blythcville. Arkansas, was filed in my office the 23rci day of April, 1953. and same is now open for inspection. W. I. Malin, City Cierk. California produces 13 per cent of all registered thoroughbred foals in the United States, Canada, and Cuba. ...and go by GREYHOUND NO TRAFFIC WORRIES—NO PARKING PROBLEMS Only $3=45 ROUND TRIP Iplut U. 5. tax) • Have the time of your life—from start to finish! Travel relaxed in Greyhound SuperCoach comfort, free from traffic worries and parking problems. Arrive right downtown, ready to enjoy the entertainment, parades, anil bamjs! Greyhound Terminal Fifth Phone 4411 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned lias 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 422 W. Ash, BlytheviUe, Msisisslppl County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has 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 has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to ba issued for operation beginning on the 23rd day of April, 1953, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1953. G. C . Petty, Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23rd day of April, 1953. Elizabeth Mason, Notary Public. SEAL, My Commission expires April 26, 1954. At one time, the strong, springy hooks of the teazle plant were used to raise the nap on cloth in weavers' shops. They have been replaced by brass bristles. Over Two Continent* The hell-diver is one of the most widely distributed of American birds, being found all over both North and South America, excepting only the very extremities of the continents. ' Maximum wingspread of a swan is about 8>,i feet. Casey at the Bat (see back page) Attention, Farmers! Manning to fertilize before planting? Have your ammonia applied with modern John Bin equipment. ;. CALL 3837 G. Wheeler Cusom Fertilizing Co. formerly Smith & Brojdon You're paying for top quality whiskey...are you getting it? .X™" tsOsSi 86 PROOF DOUBT...FIND OUT ' Next time try Glenmore. Its tasty, uniform high quality leaves no doubt that you have finally found the finest of all Kentucky straight bourbons. Prove it to yourself tonight—take borne a bottlej $4 4/5 Qt. GLENMORE KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON GLENMORE DISTILLERIES COMPANY • LOUISVILLE, KY. JBEAT A. MOTORS MASTERPIECE FREE MERCHANDISE BONUS OFFER until April .'!0th to introduce the FINKST ;md most (,'ONFORTABLE diamond rinjj; in America. S20 to SlOfl in FltKE merchandise selected from any item on our shelves with the purchase of each "TRU-FIT" diamond riiiR. THOMPSON &J,, JEWELERS 114 W. Main—Next Door to Wade Furniture Phone 8381 BlytheviUe A Very Proud Car-At A Very Modest Price! According to Webster, one of the important meanings of Hie word proud is this: "Worthy of admiration; deserving praise." Obviously, that definition fits the 1053 Pontinc like a glove. 1'oniiac's distinctive Silver-Streak beauty is certainly worthy of udmiration- i\nd gets plenty of it everywhere. Confine's big-cur roominess, its luxurious Body by Fisher, its smooth, easv-going ride-certainly these, too, are deserving of the praise they get. And when you sit behind the wheel and feel the cilortless surge from Pontiac's famous power plant you'll know that you're driving a mighty proud performer. As a matter of fact, the only modest thing about a Pontiac is its price—for this wonderful car which gives you the engineering quality and the best features of the costliest cars Is firicetl just above the very lowest! And when you're figuring price, be sure to remember Pontiac's remarkable re-sale value -the sure test of long-lasting quality. Why not come in and sec how easily you, too, can become the proud owner of a new Pontiac? n U HIGHLIGHTS OF PONTIAC QUALITY AND VALUEf Long 122-lnvh W lieelhnop Exclusive Oiml-BiinKe Power Trnln* (or Superb I'rrlormnnce Bcmililul, Roomy, l,u\urli>n» Hodlen by Flatter (MMH-rnl Motor» I.oweHt Prlvert Eight I-oivcrliil HlKh-Coinpre«»lon KnKIn* Kilflbllihcri Economy, Long l.lfn and Hitfh lie-mile Value Exceptional SleerlnU «nd Parkin* Kim« 'Optional ai trtra «w(. NOBLE GILL PONTIAC, INC 5th & Walnut BlytheviUe, Ark

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