The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1953 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 30, 1953
Page 6
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PAOI nx (AMU OpCKTEH OTffWl THURSDAY, APRIL W, 1WI New Transistors Seen As Answer to Global TV By WAYNE OUVER LOS ANGELES (AP) — The dream of global television may be broutfit to reality by the new midget crystal amplifying devices called transistors, an Industry engineer told broadcasters today. Neal McNaughton, manager of* engineering for the National Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters, said use of transistors In cables might make .it pos- tlble to transmit TV programs across water gaps too wide to be Jumped by microwave radio beams. "The answer," he said at the engineering conference of the association's annual convention, "lies In a submarine transistor cable using a transistor repeater unit— smaller than a clgaret—to augment microwave relays between the continents of the world.' Network transmission of TV programs over long distances now is handled by two methods- microwave radio beams relayed between hilltop or mountalntop towers averaging 25, miles apart, and underground coaxial cables. Neither method, however, will work over long water gaps. Even though a microwave radio beam easily travels far enough to bridge the longest water gap necessary on a route connecting this country with Europe, it travels in a straight line and does not follow the earth's curvature. The coaxial cable requires repeater or amplifier stations every few miles to strengthen the signal. Such cables could not be operated under the ocean for long distances because of the high electric current requirements of present type repeaters using vacuum tubes. McNaughton explained that transistors, requiring only a small fraction as much current, might make it possible to develop under- v/ater cables that would bridge the water gaps and connect with microwave facilities covering land portions of the route. Gl Tells of Seeing Russian Troops In North Korea TOKYO (/Pi — A North Carolina corporal said today he saw "several truckloads of Russian officers and enlisted men" while a prisoner of the Reds In North Korea Chinese prison guards called them "white Chinese," said Cpl. Sam B. Edwards, son of Mrs. Ada Edwards, Route 2, Polktown, N. C. He said the men had white skin and some had blond hair. The trucks towed guns covered with tarpaulins, he said, adding: '.I think these Russians probably were anti-aircraft specialist I believe, too, that Russians were operating a searchlight near our prison camp." REDUCERS EXPAND - in New York to "expand" the membership of her organization, "Fat Girls Anonymous," Helen Putnam shows United Press writer Elizabeth Toomey how her waist has dwindled from 54 Inches to a neat 46. The Memphis, Tenn., housewife's organization has 200 members. Purpose of the group Is to help women reduce sensibly. Israel's First Passenger Ship On Maiden Trip HAIFA,. Israel (m— The liner Je- susalem was at sea today on her maiden voyage to the United States with a load of passengers and a bouquet for New York's Mayor Vincent R. Impellltteri. The flowers were a gift from Jerusalem's Mayor A. Karlv. The 40-year-old Jerusalem, recently acquired by Israel's national shipping company. Shoham, is this young country's first passenger ship in the 0. S. run. School for Deaf Supervisor Quits LITTLE ROCK W)—Alyce Thomas, supervising teacher at the Arkansas School for the Deaf, has resigned to take a position with a Southern California School. Superintendent Roy Parks said her resignation Is the third In the past several weeks at the school. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner in compliance with the terms of the decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas on the 27th day of March 1953 wherein Armorel Planting Company was plaintiff and Max Watson was defendant and No. 12,327, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash upon a credit of three months, at the east door of the store of Armorel Planting Company, at Armorel, Arkansas, on fob JUNE BRIDES Here in .12 pages of helpful biate for the new horaemaker . . . includini the true story of the Marshall Irvingi, Our Fint y«or. Abo, tips on decorating year nrrt borne, best buys for tlkt Hvinc room, dinette nig- ftttfooi, iptce-Hving tricks . . . chooiinc • trouneau, pluming • budfet . . . and torn* owe, low-cost redpe "tryouta." Don't mlw How U*-' Horn* Jow»l. the 14th day of May 1953 the following personal property: 1 Model H Parmall tractor 1 Set F&rmall cultivators 1 Set Farmall middle buster 1 Farmall planter and fertilizer attachment 1 International disc harrow 1 Rome Tandem disc 1 John Deere tractor stalk cutter 1 M Formall tractor 1 Set Farmall cultivators 1 International 2-row buster for M tractor 1 John Deere breaking plow 1 Ann Arbor pick-up press 1 John Deere tractor mowing machine 2 Trnctor harrows 1 Bay horse mule, named Bob 1 Bay mare, named Ribbon 1 2-row International riding planter ., 1 Cultipacker 2 Wagons 2 Rubber tired trailer with beds 2 Mule drawn cultivators 2 Breaking plows 2 Middle busters 1 Set shop equipment Said property is now at the Appliance Building at Armorel, Arkansas and oiay be viewed there. Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree in the sum of $8,883.59 with 8% interest thereon from March 12, 1951 until paid. Purchaser at said sule will ue required to execute bond with approved security to secure the payment of purchase money and a lien will be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of said purchase money. WITNESS my hand and seal of said court this the 22th day of April, 1953. Commissioner in Chancery. Harvey Morris, 4J23-30 there's ?vs '3 ORLANDO BlGoodrich DISTINCTIVE CASUAL SHOES Yes . . . there's always romance afoot in enchanting B. F. Goodrich Sun-slcps . . . Washable vat-dyed fabric casuals in a multitude of fascinating colors . . . Choose your very own style and color today. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. , Women'« Club Meet" Mrs. L. Berry was hostess Thursday night when the Holland Federated Women's Club entertained the Steele Federated Club for a return visit. Her home, recently renovated throughout, was decorated with cut flowers and floral boxes in each of the downstairs entertaining rooms. On the all-white mantle was a brass miniature fernery and blooming plants were reflected In a large overhanging mirror. A black floor Vnse held tulips, all wine in color, in an arch arrangement. Narcissi, Iris and splrea were used to decorate the grand piano In a mass arrangement. Both sun porches were open to the guests were decorated with blooms, A rare tangerine cultured begonia was of special interest. Mrs. Mary Alice Workman, Holland club president, welcomed the guest club, then called for a silent prayer for world peace. Introductions were made as the guests entered by a special repection committee. Mrs. Jack Kelley is president of the visiting club. Guest speaker was Mrs. Morrell DeRelgn, Jr., of Caruthersville. The refreshment table was covered with linen spread, overlaid with beige-pink cut work. Pink tapers in silver candleabra Were used at each table length. Presiding at the table was Mrs. Charles Cohoon, who poured for the guests with Mra. Noble Capehart assisting. After refreshments, a tour of the Berry home was made. re«« rumen WARNING OIIDEK Tn the Chancery Court, Chlcka- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Elmer H. Redding. Ptf. vs.. No, 12.392 Eva Mae Redding, Dft. The defendant, Eva Mae Redding, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Elmer H. Redding. Dated this 21st day of April, 1953. Geraldine Listen, Clerk By Cherry Sue Barnes, D. C. C. F. Cooper, atty, for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad Htem. 4123-30-5)7-14 BUG-CIEAN«> HOUSECLEAN REAL-KILL DRUG 221 W. Main (1.19 QUART Ph. 4507 Mothers were the guests of their daughters Friday night when the home economics class of Miss Virginia Holland entertained with a dinner planned and prepared by the girls. A U-shaped table set In the home ec hall which seated 40 guests. The color scheme of blue and yellow was apparent In the table accessories and paper overhead decorations were used. Silver foil vases held tiny bouquets of verblnas and splrea at each' mother's place setting. Ruth Frazier. class president made a welcoming speech, followed by introductions of- the girls who presented their mothers. The creed was repeated by the entire group. Presiding at the serving table was Miss Holland. Piano selections were played by Bonnie Faye Duvall. Donna Lu Smith and Dorothy Tkacs. Scout News Tuesday, the troop of twelve Brosvnie Girl Scouts and their lead - ers were guests at the farm home of Mrs Frank Brown for a weiner roast, their first out-door event of the season. In' the back yard marshmallows and frankfurters were roasted by each Brownie. Iced drinks were served. Mrs. Brown led the troop over the entire grounds where they saw massed tulip beds in shades of rich hues. The Intermediate Scouts were teken on their first outing Tuesday when they left for a short hike after school hours. Each carried a "nose bag" which they spread picnic fashion upon reaching their destination. Leaders for this group are Dorothy Tkacs, Mrs. Genevieve Holly and Mrs. Faye Utley. Skating Parly Mrs. Byron Holly sponsored her Weekly Special! Assorted Glads Yellow and Blue Dutch Iris Per Doz. 98* Cash and Carry McAWAMS Green Mouses Phone 4549 THOMPSON WARNS. Select a "Tru-Fit" Diamond Ring and SJOW That You Are Buying the FINEST and Most COMFORTABLE Ring In America, "TRU-FIT" RINGS contract snd expand automatically to conform to (he normal contoun of your finger. o«o mm JtlNCS twill 3 turnon the finger because they are over-sized to pass over the wide knuckle. jprlng unit—prevent fuming— IV X ouur.i p«rfect fit. A\ I/ FREE MERCHANDISE BONUS OFFER until April 30th to introduce t h e FINEST and most COMFORTABLE diamond ring in America. $20 to $100 in FREE merchandise selected from any item on our shelves wild the purchase of each "TRU-FIT" diamond ring. "EASY LOCAL CREDIT — BY LOCAL PEOPLE" THOMPSON C,M JEWELERS 114 W. Main —Next Door to Wade Furniture Phone 8381 Blythevill* Mndty Sobool Elt« of lnt«m»dl«t« glrta »nd boyi on a skating party Monday night at the Hayti arena. Ten were present. En route home they were served drinks and sand- wichw. Personal! ' Little Judy Vorkerdlng, daughter Jo* Vork*r«iw at I ))&», k» If manager if/ that I p H. .PlnJafcra »ud the. jMil* F»ul -- -•- - -- • -- -• --- McArlallys of Haytl. Week-ending In Memhll wer« Mrs. Jeff Northers, Mrs. Thelma Cohoon, Mrs. Nat Nunnery and Mr». Bill Sherwood, who visited Mr. »nd Mrs. Price Tatem and Stall Sgt. and Mrs. Charles Parrlsh. OordonvlUe, Mo., has enrolled "for the last school month here while the guest of her aunt and uncle, Supt. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder. Lawrence Stivers has recently been added to the staff at utley's Lumber Company on the highway firm. Until lately, Mr. Stivers was associated with O. B. Samford's grocery. For dinner at Mrs. Maud Richard's Sunday were Mrs. Lillle Michie of Micola; Mr. and'Mrs, A. W. Richard of Steele; Mr. and Mrs. Built-in compartment Is specially designed and equipped to preserve cheese freshness and flavor as recommended by the U. S. Department of Agriculture. An exclusive Pliilco development offered only in the Dairy Bar. Now at new low price in Philco 736, with huge, built-in freezer. Adjustable Shelves. "Key Largo" Color Styling. PHILCO 934-BIgfull-lengthPhiIcowithcom- plete Dairy Bar features. Tall bottle space including full quarts of milk. Shelves for jars, fruits, eggs, assorted packages. Exclusive Cheese Keeper. Butter Keeper. In addition, a big luxurious refrigerator, unmatched for features snd value. Special trade-in offer during introductory period. Ask about it. See this Beautiful New Refrigerator today! The Best New Philco model 732 refrigerator, just like the 736 above, less the trimmings. The same fine Philco quality. Full 7 cubic ft. refrigerator for the value of the year at only 199.95. $1.89 PER WEEK PAYS FOR IT! WE BUY IN CARLOAD LOTS! WE NEED USED REFRIGERATORS! SEE US BEFORE YOU TRADE! HUBBARDtSON FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Phone 3450 Blytheville

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