The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 29, 1952
Page 3
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THLKSDAY, MAY 29, 1952 WINS AIR MEDA^-Barney B. Cockrell, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Barrier B. Cockrell, Sr., of Blythevllle, receives the Air Mecial from U. Cmdr. Miles S. Whltener, commanding officer of Patrol Squadron «! *t San D»sa. Cockrell. an aviation structural mechanic third class, was unong 62 officers and enhsted men or the squadron to receive the medal. His flotation read In part: "For meritorious achievement in flight* . . . against enemy forces from July 11 to Nov. n, 1051 '• The Kjuadror, spent wveii months patrolling the Yellow Sea and Sea of Japan. (V.S. Navy Photo) END BASIC TRAININo-AU-men J. D. Daniels (left), son of Leonard Daniels of BIytheville, and Clarence J. Franks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Almond Pranks of caruthersville, are completing their basic training course at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. News of Men In the Service Pfc. Rozell Collins of Osceola recently completed eight months of service In Korea with the 7th In- 1 iRhiry Division Artillery. He was a messenger with the 31st Field -Artillery Battalion. Pvt. Charles L. Halbrooks. soft of; Mrs. Arthur Cllda Halbrooks of Blythevllle, has received the Army of Occupation medal. He has been stationed In Giessen, Germany. Sgt. Edward R. clonse, son of Mr. »nd Mrs. Albert Clause of Blythe- fille. recently was appointed lo the Unit Fund Council of the 7Bo8th Quartermaster Electrical Accounting Machine DeUchment at Nah- bollenhach Quartermaster Depot In the French Zone,of Germany. The council determines needs and expenditures for extra materials to Improve morale of the unit. James N. Kinney, seaman recruit, tJSN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton It Kinney of Rt. 1. Joiner, is undergoing recruit training at the Naval Training Center In San Diego. Calif. Joseph J. Gschwend, chief machin- Ist's mate USN, son of Joseph A. Gschwend of Blythevllle, is serving •board the destroyer USS Rupertus, which Is now beginning Its second tour of duty in Far Eastern waters. 28 Votes tor Ke/ouver NASHVILLE (a»>— sen. Estes Ke- Jauver of Tennessee was due to pick up his home state's 28 dele- gats votes today as Democrats assembled for a .stnte convention. Resd Courier News Classified Ads. (ARK.> COURIER NEWS Radio, TV Probe Begins Next Week WASHINGTON up) - A congressional probe of radio and television Program starts next week, but It won't be broadcast or televised. Rep. Harris (D-Ark). chairman of a House Interstate subcommittee making the Investigation, told newsmen today he will not permit telecasting or broadcasting of committee hearings "because the House rules don't allow it." The radio-TV prol* will start Tuesday and will continue through Thursday. Initial witnesses will be members of Congress and Interested civic groups and organizations Later, Harris said, representatives of the radio and television industry will be given a chance to express thch views. Harris said the committee will study "programming technique.';, In. eluding the question of responsibility for and control over the content of radio nrnf television programs on the part of broadcasting licenses." In Greek mythology a Chlmaer was a fire-breathing female mon ster which looked like a lion i the foreparts, a goat in the middl and a dragon behind and tile ivort has come to mean any fantasti idea. .' , DREIFUS > / - j *} \\ IN VIVID SUN-SPUN COLOR LOOK FOR THE RED BAIL T R A D E-M A R r «k*v. fett-flrfeg fabric by a cokxfcd trow-hatch - ONE STOP SHOE SERVICK Repairing - Cleaning - Dyeing 621 H'. Ulain Dial 3MO Champion 4.2 H.P. Deluxe Hydro-Drive OUTBOARD MOTOR w n. ,, .te«di«t trolling with smooth, qni ' q r • »fi * n &* Up to 10 MPH- L J-oiifte nron«]]pr iii" a\t » r Pull u H c "^r i^g j o^" BF Goodrich Some LOW PK/CfS-MSH or OUD/7 UP TO A YEAR TO PAY! ™ DHEIFUS Meet Dn-ifus . . . Wear Dmmnnt 316 WEST MAIN CT «"*» '1 MEMPHIS, W.YWVILLE AND OYERSWRa * 4 * STAR * STORES FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES CRISCO 3 LB. CAN Tomatoes Fresh Red Ripe TUBE Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2101 Rose Street Cecil Lowe's GRO. & MKT. 532 No. 6th Street Luttrell's GRO. & MKT. •^^^™™^™"^"" Vienna Sausage Yummy ^ Pickard's GRO. & MKT. 2 FOR 25 C At Pickard's Luttrell's Lowe's Eberdt's Salerno COCONUT BARS Pie Cherries Jack Sprat No. 2 Can * STAR SPECIALS! CRISPY CRACKERS ^,250 Jack Sprat . CUT GREEN BEAMS 2£ American in Oil SARDINES -100 1 n „K C* t ' .lack Spral CAJSUP - 15( i School Days ENGLISH PEAS PETMIIK 3SI430 Maxwell House SPECIAL TEA 70 Size GRAPEFRUIT M 50 Liplon's or Tender - 190 SLICED BACON „, 395 Gold ............. Y Gold Kich OLEO J.ckSp,,, STUFFED OLIVES * 4 * STAR* STORES * FOUR OF YOUR HOME-O WNED GROCERY STORES Picnic HAM LB. 39 C * Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2101 Rose Street * Cecil Lowe's GRO. & MKT. 532 No. 6lh, Street 6 * Luttrell's GRO. & MKT. 6th. & Chickasawba •^MM * Pickard's GRO. & MKT. 1041 Chickasawbt

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