The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1953 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 3, 1953
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PAGE TEN ! (AKK.) COUK1KK NKWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, News of Men In the Service M«rlne Pic. Gene E. Henton, ward of Sallle Murray, 104 South Franklin, Blytheville, w»» promoted to his present rank upon graduation from the Parris Island, S. C., Marine Corps Recruit Depot. He climaxed his recruit training by winning a marksman medal on the rifle range when he fired ai score of 195 out of a possible 250 during weapons training. Marlin R: Hatcher, storekeepe seaman, TJSN, son of Mr. and Mr L. B. Hatcher, Leachvllle, Rt. 2, 1 "serving aboard the USS LST 1096 one of the first ships to transpor Communist Chinese sick wounded prisoners of war from Ja pan to Korea for repatriation. The ship carried 770 prisoner from Chejudo Island, Japan, ti pusan, Korea, in April. M-Sgt. James Bell recently re turned to Port Lewis. Washington after spending a month's leave her with his mother, Mrs. Bobbie Bell In service since Jan., 1951, Sgt Bell Is attending Officers Candidate School in the Infantry. Set. Pucy Prinett of Blytheville recently completed seven months in Korea with the 833rd Ordnance Supply Depot. In the Army for more than seven years, Sgt. Prinett served with the Korean Base Section, furnishing supplies, transportation and coml munications for front line forces. JPfc. Harold D. Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orel R. Hamilton, Blytheville, Rt. 2, was one of nearly 3,000 officers and enlisted men witnessing the first test-firing of an atomic shell from the Army's giant cannon at Camp Desert Rock, Nev., last week. A cannoneer in Battery B of the 1 867th Field Artillery Battalion at Port Sill, OMa., Pfc. Hamilton entered the Army last June. Capt. Chester P. Irby, whose wife, Neva, lives at Osceola, Rt. 3, is serving as operations officer for the Second Infantry Division Artillery's air section in Korea. The USS Pittsburgh returned May 26 to the U. S. after a six- months cruise in the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean. Serving aboard the heavy cruiser Is Edgar Poag, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Poag of Osceola. As a member of the U. S. Sixth Fleet, the Pittsburgh participated In "Operation Rendezvous." f Patrick H. . Corrigan, 910 West Ash, Blytheville, will report to the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit at Memphis June 8, lor a two-week cruise. Mr. Corrigan is scheduled to spend the tour at Memphis with 58 other officers and men of the Naval Air Reserve Aviation Transport Squadron 791. MARINE PFC. — Pfc. Joseph M. Everett, son of Mrs. Laura Everett of 833 Lilly Street, Blytheville, recently completed his cruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parrls Island, S C. He Is now awaiting assignment to a Marine unit in the U. S. or abroad or to a technical training school. A Leachville sailor will take part in the Naval portion of coronation ceremonies for England's Queen TO BE DISCHARGED — CpL 3illy Dean Knapp, son of Mrs. W. A. Knapp, 214 South Frankin Street, is returning to the U. S. for discharge from Nuernberg, Germany, in July. A mili- ary policeman, Cpl. Knapp, who entered the service in 1950, has erved in Germany for three 'ears. llzabetii. Guy H. Edwards, fire control technician 3-c, USN, son of Mrs. Clara. Edwards of Lenchville. is serving aboard the heavy cruiser USS Baltimore, which has been chosen to represent the United States in the Naval revue to be held at Spithead, England, in June. The 1,400 men and officers of the crew will "man the rail" and give cheers when Queen Elisabeth steams down the line of 90 warships of the world in her royal yticht. ARTILLERYMAN — Pvt. William E. Raspberry, son of Mrs. W. E. Raspberry. Blytheville, Rt. 3, Is beginning an eight-weeks artillery training course with Company B, 34th Medium Tank Battalion, Fifth Armored Division at Cnmp Chaffee, Ark. He recently completed the first eight weeks of basic training , Gout Is Sign Of Genius PORT WORTH Tex. (/P)—Don't augh at people who have gout, aud 'em. That's the idea of Dr. John M. •hurch, who's made a study of the disease once believed to be caused >y excessive eating and drinking. "Maybe that explains why gout ufferers never got any sympathy— t was regarded as something like hangover," Dr. Church said, "and people laughed at it." Gout is really a form of arthri- is and extremely painful. Some of the victims of the dis- ase—driven by intense pain—have ontributed something really crea- ive to the world, the doctor's re- carch showed. Victims like Alex- uder the Great, Lord Tennyson, ifartin Luther, Sir Isaac Newton, amuel Johnson, John .Milton, Charles Darwin and Gen. Winfleld icott. Reds Rush to Cities HONG KONG (/P) — A farm to city migration in Red China has reached flood proportions, aggravating urban unemployment and threatening agriculture production. The People's Daily said that 50,000 farmers in addition to others now on the roads flowed blindly Into several major cities in three weeks." hailand Rain Making BANGKOK HP) — The Thailand overnment haa approved a plan to ntroduce artificial rain In the rice- rowing areas to beat the whims of ature. Director-General of Irrigation Momluang Chuchart Khamphu, however, warned that rain-making was at present in the experimental stage and it may have to be adapted to suit conditions in Thailand. Yenst may some day prove a valuable source of food since It can convert simple nitrogenous compounds into valuable proteins with amazing speed. Meet your Auto Insurance Man L. 0. Geurian 1908 West Vine Street Blytheville, Arkansas, Phone 3159 or 3106 Allstate Agent for Mississippi County s, He's a good man to know—especially with the new Arkansas Financial Responsibility Law becoming effective June llth. Get the facts about the law and how Allstate, founded by Sears, Roebuck and Co., provides the utmost , protection for your auto insurance dollar. New eosier-to-understand policy 14 added features at no extra cost Special Low Rates for Farmers Over 1,500,000 Policyholders Fast, fair claim settlement* Let your own comparison prove the greater value of Allstate protection and service. ARKANSAS SAFETY RESPONSIBILITY lAW-Effective June llth reri^r,^ " Ot TT adequale linbilit y "Durance, your driver's license, your auto are invnlv 7™ ' ^'^ """'"^ "'"' ""'"' P r °pcr'y-™y he nt staka in case you " ft " the Ark — S ^ R»PO-ibUUy L, You're in Good Hands with ^^^H ^^^B ,^^^^^^L ^^^BlIB^b ^^_^_. LLSiTnTE ^ I N S U R A N C I COMPANY founded by Sears, Roebuck and Co. , «„,„„ , nd ,,„„„, ,, om „„ pM , B HOMK ON LEAVE — Pvt. Billy J. Porter, f;on of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Porter of 308 East Davis, Blytheville, is home on hospital leave from Brooks General Hospital, San Antonio. Tex. Pvt. Porter, who has received the Pui pie Heart and the Bronze Star Medal for valor, suffered wounds in both legs from artillery fire. Drenched Brides Profesf Custom TOKYO (7P) - Modern brides in Kyushu have asked the attorney general's office to do something to halt the old southern Japanese custom of tossing water on the bride as she goes to her wedding. Centuries apo somebody, possibly a prophet, figured that wetting down a bride would brin™ her hick. The girls today say they have to COMPLETES T RAINING — Marine Pvt. Billy J, Reams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reams, Blytheville, Rt. 1, recently completed his recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif. He is now undergoing lour weeks of individual combat training at Camp Pendleton, Calif. put out n lot of yen for a bridal! costume, nnd they don't think it is! lucky to have it drenched. The Hu-1 man Rights Protective Bureau of the attorney general's office is searching the law books for a regulation that might protect the brides. Birth Control Panic Fought SINGAPORE (« — Medical authorities here arc using loudspeaker vans to convince illiterate Chinese villagers in the rural areas that government is not carrying out birth control operations during medical checks on their children. The rumors started when govern- Belgian Earnings BRUSSELS UF> — The average Belgian workers' family earns around $1,494 a year, according to figures released here by the Belgian 'Jnsltut Unlversitaire d'lnforma- tions Soclales et Economiques" polling institute. The figure was established after a survey nmonest some 277 Belgian workers' families ment doctors visited the rural schools for medical checkups of the children, during which the sex organs were examined for hygenic reasons. But panic spread among the villagers who believed the check was to tamper with reproduction functions of the children owing to the rapidly expanding population. IN THE CIIANCKIIV COURT FOB THE CIIICKASAWIIA DISTKIC'l OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, Alt KANSAS Thomas Ilolston Robinson and Phillips Robinson, Ptfs. vs. No.12.379 Betsy Phillips Oglesby Wnlloch and William Thomas Oglesby, a Minor, Dfts. NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, Commissioner In Chancery, will, pursuant to the order of the Chancery Court lor the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, rendered on the 25th day of May, 1953, in a cause therein pending wherein Thomas Holston Robinson and Phillips Robinson are plaintiffs and Betsy Phillips Oglesby Walloch and William Thomas Oglesby are defendants, on the 22nd day of June, 1953, offer for sale at public auction at the situs (location) of the hereinafter described property on Highway No. 61 one mile south of Blytheville, Ar- kansas, in the Chlckasawba DItitrict of Missslslppi County, Arkiuuus, to the highest and best bidder the following lands and property In the Chickasuwba District, Mississippi County .State of Arkansas, to-wit: North Half of the Northwest Quarter (N'/i NW'/i) of Section Twenty-eight (28); Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SW'-l SW'/O of Section Twenty-one (21), South of .ditch; Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (NEU NEVD, Section Twenty-nine (29), all of said hinds being In Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Eleven (11) East, and containing 123 acres, more or less. Said sale will be held at ten o'clock in the forenoon of the date aforesaid upon a credit of throe (3) nonths, the said property being sold subject to a deed of trust to Neil Thomason as Trustee for the Na- ,ional Life Insurance Company securing an indebtedness of Two Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($2.000.00), said deed of trust bell* recorded In Book D-J, p*f< 4H IB the Recorder'* Office »t BlythevlUt, Arkansas. The purchaser tt Mid i*lt win be required to give bond with approved security to secure the payment of the purchase price and a Hen will De retained upon said landi further to secure said purcham money. Witness my hand this the M d»i of June ,195). Commissioner In Chancery, James Terry, Taylor & Sudbury, Attorney! for Petitioners. ••3-10-1T I'll B. Her* Soon! "Frosty" Read Courier News Classified Ads. Diaper Rash Quick relief follows use of Resinol Ointment. Specially medicated, rich in lanolin, it soothes smarting skin as it helps to heai, Resinol Soap cleanses senlly. Use both. Sf.fSSINOL and SOAP Easily Applied with Roller or Brush. . Dries in 30 minutes to I hour. 3> * No Paint Odor. ' 0 N I Y Wide Selection of modern decorator colors. PER GALLON One gallon does the walls of an average room. Fastel Shades WRIGHT SUPPLY Hurson at N. Fifth St. Phone 2239 RECORD-BREAKING GAS MILEAGE for the driving YOU do! This year's Chevrolet brings you the most important gain in economy in Chevrolet history. And it's the kind of everyday economy lhat saves you money wherever nnd however you drivel Tel-vhioa Cv«rY Tueiday and Thundoy Evening TUNE IN THE DINAH SHORE SHOW ON NBC Radio—Every Monday and Friday Evening Inch along through heavy traffic. Roll up the miles in steady highway cruising. Long trips or short errands, byroads or boulevards, you get far more miles per gallon in this great new Chevrolet. New high-compression power is the reason. Both the new 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame" engine in Powerglidc* models — and the advanced 108-h.p. "Thrift-King" engine in gearshift models—deliver more power on less gasoline. Acceleration and hiil-climbinc ability are much greater, fuel consumption much lower! This is the kind of economy that counts the most-important gasoline savings for the driving you do, together with lower over-all costs of upkeep. And along with it, you enjoy all the olher advantages lhat only the new Chevrolet offers you. Come in and drive this car-prove it for yourself! 'Combination of I15-h.p. "Blue-Flame" engine and PowcrRlide (iiilontatic transmission available on "Two-Ten" and Bel Air models only. More People Buy Chevrolets than Any Other Car! SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. 301 West Walnut Phont 4578

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