The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Tuesday, July 14, 1953
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TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1958 BliITlUYlLLl '(AUKJ COTOIER NEW! PAQB ELETBlf BVD TOMORROW! VALUES GALORE IN 60 BLYTHEVILLE STORES! POCKET RADIO IS THE LATEST - The world's smallest portable radio, measuring six inches wide and Hi inches m thickness, was recently shown in New York, The palm-size receiver is small enough to be carried in a woman's purse or the breast pocket of a man's suit. The entire battery-powered set weighs. less than one pound. DEATH DEFYING FEAT—Crouched in a tractor tire, Arnim Dahl rolls down an incline of the coast near Travemuende, Germany, into the Baltic Sea. After the risky leal, he was rescued by lifeguards stationed below. Arnim is a German movie stunt man. WATERFRONT ART 1'XHIBIT"— A young artist in" Nagoya, Japari, anxiously eyes the photographer, wondering whether he's getting the proper angle on his painting. He has reason to be proud of his work—it was a good likeness of the USS Eldorado shown in dock. KEEP THEM SUNNY SIDE.UP—Fred Telschow is an old hand at frying eggs in his Houston, Tex., cafe, so when a customer bet him it wasn't hot enough to fry an egg on an automobile hood, Fred took him up and won the bet. It was a cinch since the sun turned the car hood into a hot griddle. PARKING PROBLEMS GET A LIFT—Charles A. Simmons exhibits in Albany, N. Y., the "Sky Park," designed to answer the parking problems now facing many cities. The machine is intended to increase parking space available in lots and curbs by verticle double parking. CIVIL WAR VET STILL HEARTY-Walter Williams, 110, one of two surviving Texas Confederate veterans, takes time out to have a physical checkup at a Houston, Tex., Veterans Administration hospital. Drs. Jacob Markewich and Russell Wolf found that he had the heart and blood pressure of a young man. Looking on, at right, is Charles Riley, a Korean amputee. Follow The Leader! BVD SPECIALS 1947 Plymouth 4-Door '46 & '48 Plymouth 2 & 4 Doors *545 Noble Gill Pontiac, Inc. "Your Pontiac Dealer" 5th & Walnut - Phone 6817 Ycur Advertising Dollar Reaches More For Less! AM KLCN Over 2,000,000 Persons Can Hear About BVD Over KLCN FM Gas has got it! A MUCH J3 IGGER VALUE FOR YOUR COOK!KG & HEATING J3 0 L L A R . . . and Natural Gas is Naturally Better Ark-Mo. Power Co. HARMONY HOUSE CLOCK BVD SPECIAL 40 Hour Wind-Up Regular $3.49 SEARS CATALOG SALES OFFICE 217 W. Main Phone 8131 AT FEINBERG'S Reg. $2.99 Sleeveless Blouses BYD Only FEINBERG'S BVD ONLY KROGERS Salad Dressing 16oz. 25 KROGER C Entire Stock of SUMMER HATS HUGE SELECTION—BROAD BRIMS • Black • White • Pastels BVD SPECIAL Ladies 7 Sheer. NYLON GLOVES • BLACK • WHITE • PASTELS Originally $1.50 & $2.00 BVD PRICE The Accessory Shop 123 North Broadway One Pint of STRAWBERRY SUNDAE 25 C Dairy Queen South Division in Blytheville RUGS Non-Skid Back 'Thick Cotton Rugs and 2-Ply Heavy Yarn Rugs BVD Special BVD Special Children's Playground Equipment 10% Off Swing Set — Sand Boxes See-Saws — Junle Jims Sliding Boards — Hammocks Hubbard Hardware Co. 213 W. Main BVD Special for Kids! Children, accompanied by their parents, may pick up theater tickets at any store participating in BVD. These tickets, with 4c, will admit any child to the RITZ Wednesday afternoon. BVD ONLY 1 Gal. Vagabond Insulated Water Jug 3.98 Value FIRESTONE 207 W. Main

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