The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1953 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 15, 1953
Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULT 15,1953 Iran's Parliament Near Collapse After Resignation of 27 Desputies TEHRAN, Iran, Wl—Iran'i Parliament was closed down in virtual collapse today following the resignation of 27 deputies supporting Premier Mohammed Mossadegh. Their walkout left the aged Premier to govern without any legislative interference. With the resignations, the Majlis, Iran's last remaining legislative house, was unable to muster a quorum (69) of its 79 members. Mossadegh dissolved the Senate last October. The Premier has announced he will hold a referendum on his policies and will resign If the public's vote does not back him up. He has not issued any plans for holding the referendum, however. The parliamentary crisis came after months of wrangling over unprecedented powers granted Mos- sadegh last summer permitting him to govern by decree. Parliament has been paralyzed since February when the opposition, led by Ayatullah Seyed Abol- ghassem Kashani, fiery Moslem religious leader, began boycotting session after session. Only nine of the last 40 scheduled meetings have been held because of the lack of a quorum. On July 1, Kashani CIO Protests Patronage Miss was replaced as speaker by Dr. Abdullah Moazemi, a Mossadegh partisan. The 27 deputies from Mossa- degh's National Movemem hnntiud Moazemi their resignations yesterday after a four-hour ciiucu.s. Moa- zemi did not Join the action because, he said, the speaker must be impartial. The deputies' two-year term normally would end in the spring of 1954. The last Majlis elections were never completed and only 79 of the 136 seats were filled. Virginia Demos Pick Stanley in Governor's Race New Yorker Named to AEC WASHINGTON W) — Joseph Campbell, treasure of Columbia University .n New York City, was named to the Atomic Energy Commission yesterday by President Eisenhower, who formerly headed I Columbia. It was Eisenhower's second ap pointmcnt to the five-mar, com mission. He has named Lewis Strauss of New York to be chair man, succeeding Gordon Deiin. WASHINGTON <£>)—The CIO has protested to the White House about failure to name its choice, John Edelman, as assistant secretary In the Department of Labor, whose top officials are former AFL men. THE CIO made public letters from its president, Walter Reuther, to Presidential Assistant Sher man Adams who, it said, did not answer them. The letters disclosed the White House had sought to persuade the CIO to nominate some-one other than Edelman, Washington representative of the CIO Textile j Workers Union. I Wetbacks Flock Across Border MEVICO CITY W — The Mexican government says the United States i returning illegal Mexican migrants at the rate of 2,000 a week and has sent back 24,476 since March. Most of the men jumped the borc';r to find work on U. S. farms. New synthetic motor oils that lubricate truck and automobile engines satisfactorily, even under Arctic conditions, have been developed. Even in the colest wenth- er. the new synthetics remain fluid enough to permit the engine to started easily. RICHMOND, Va. tfl — Thomas B. Stanley, a quite conservative who stuck strictly to character during the campaign, won a runaway in the nomination for gov- j ernor in yesterday's Virginia Democratic primaiy election, Het trounced State Sen. Charle R. Fenwick by a lopsided majorit of nearly 2 to 10. He will go agains Tod Dal ton, the Republican nomi nee and GOP national committee man from Virginia, in the Nov 3 general election In what is al ready .shaping up as a sterne fight than the one decided yester day. Both Stanley, wno will be tomorrow, and Fenwick are con sidered members of the dominan organization wing of the party although Stanley enjoyed the role of favorite son. HOLLAND NEWS By. Mrs. Kd Hampton, Jr. GOP Salons Impressed With Political Savvy Acquired by President WASHINGTON Wl—Four dozen Republican fisherman in the House plied President Eisenhower with food and questions last night and come away with comments like "stimulating" and "inspiring." "He certainly has learned an awful lot about politics In six months," said Rep. Cretella (R- Conn). "He hns a good grasp of all the problems of the world and the r. :ition." Eisenhower was the guest of honor at the get-together put on by the 48 first-term legislators. He spoke for a half hour, then anrwered questions for two hours. Jackson-Carney Miss Jolene Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jackson, of near Steele became the brltit of Joe Carney, son of Mr, and Mrs. Milton Carney of 'Prayzer Tenn., July 'i. The Rev. Stoy Pate pcrlorm- ed the double ring ceremony lit the McLemore Avenue Church of Christ in th presence of the family of the bride and groom and a few friends. The bride wore a white pique chess ,,'ith nylon insertions in Ihe neckline and her accessories were white. She carried a white Bible with orchid streamers, topped with ,1 single white orchid. Her only attendant was Miss Betty Branton, a student nurse UL the the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Hei dress was a gray everglaze print and her accessories were pink ilnen. She wore a corsage of pink carnations. Milton Carney, father of groom, served as best man. Mrs. Clifford Jackson, mother of the bride, wore a nylon print and a shoulder corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Carney, the groom's mother, was attired in a rose sheer on which she pinned carnations also in white. The bride attended the Steele Schools anri graduated with the' class of 1949. She worked for a year in her father's general merchantile store in Holland before beginning nurses training at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis where she will receive her degree In September. Mr. Carney is an electrical con- struction worker in Memphis. After the ceremony the couple left for a wedding trip to Biloxi, Miss. From here attending the cere> mony were: Mr, and Mrs. Jackson and children, Dona, Myrna, and P. K.; Mrs. Minnie Marshall, Mrs. Raymond Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Allen of Wllllston, South Carolina who are guests of relatives. Friday night the Baptist Church held commencement exercises for week of Bible Training School attended by some 60 students. The beginner and primary classes, under leadership of Mrs. Opal Burress, Mrs. Walker Webb and Mrs. Perry Taylor, presented memory work "from the Bible which they had learned in their five days in school. Junior classes of boys and girls also recited verses from the Bible. The intermediate group related character stories. Clarence Utley was superintendent of the school. Preceeding Friday night's program, awards of merit were made to each student and teacher for attendance an achievements. Handwork of each class was presented in their individual class rooms where the display was view- Birmingham, left Wednesday f 0 i ' w ed by the evening's guests. Personals , ay 0 i lwo we eks at Mr. and Mrs. Ralnr Capehenrts In Waynetown, , Personals anrs n ayneown, Ind Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Parrish where a sister of Mr. Capehearts' and son and daughter, Terry and ! Mrs. Russel Talbut, and daughter Janice, arrived Wednesday from Dorothy, of Washington, D. C were f " '"'" fh ° m MAN-SIZED MEAL-Plenty of steaks could be smothered by this giant mushroom, held by Stephan Kantorowicz, who found it in Minneapolis, Minn.' Each cap of the mushroom grows on a separate stem and it called an oyster mushroom. They grow on wood. Diaper Rash Quick r*lfftf follows use of Rrsinol Ointment. Specially nit-di- calrd. nth in lanolin, it soothe! smarting skin as it helps to heal. Kennel Soap cleanses e«Uly. Use bull). RESINOL and SOAP ADAMS' BIG JULY CLEARANCE SALE On Home Appliances NOW IN PROGRESS SHOP TODAY AND SAVE Adams Appliance Co., Inc. • SALES J. W. Adams, Mgr. • SERVICE 20H-20S W. Main phone 2071 a few days In Lake Butler, Flu., where they visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Parrish, and In Lake City they were the guests two days at Mr. and Mrs. Bison Brannon'.s In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Harris during the week were Mrs. H. L. Methvln and sons, Jimmie and Franklin, of Truman, Ark., and Mrs. Dorothy Harris of St. Louis who came to be with her daughter, Christiana. Mrs. Methvln was formerly Nina Harris, Mrs. Marion Wafler and three children left Monday-after visiting since early June at Mr. arid Mrs. Sam Kenley's. Mr. Wafler joined lis family over the July fourth holiday, remaining the week to visit his mother Mrs. Wafler in Steele and, other relations. They left Moimdy for their home in Dubuque, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Capeheart and grandaughter Keitha Lynn Hudson, visiting houseguest from to Join them. t»nf Ttrm FARM LOANS LOW RATE NO FEES OR STOCK J. W. MEYER 1st National Bank Bldr. Blythevllle, Ark. Phones: Office 2261 Residence 8667 In Association with THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA HOME OFFICE. NEWARK. M.I DOCTORS WARN AGAINST Laxative-Menace Why Many Laxative Drugs Impair Health Cause Many Serious Digestive Disorders Doctors denounce habit-forming laxatives and "purging" cathartics that irritate and shock the system. They've seen the serious effects on nerves and digestion. They say* 'the habitual use of irritant cathartics such as cascara, aloes, senna, castor oil, phenolphthalein, etc., is a most harmful practice and may provide the basis for serious gastric intor.Linal disturbance." Now ... there is a new SAFE way to gain and maintain comfortable regularity without dosing with vicious drugs that punish your system — undermine your health ' A new colloidal substance has been proved so perfect that it may replace all harmful laxatives.— Doctau Praii* N*w Natural-Acting Colloid Medical tests on hundreds of constipation victims prove that it is absolutely effective and completely safe — even for aged and infirm. This amazing new substance is B raised and prescribed by leading octors because it develops easy, natural regularity without a trace of irritation, discomfort, pains or embarrassment. Get this "Corrective-Way" to natural regularity today by asking lor INEKGEL. Solo.. Ifltctlv...Drujlon IKIRGIL Tasteless, easy-to-swallow INER- GEL Tablets never upset the system . . . action begins when they reach the colon. There INEHGEL becomes a soft jell-like solution that protects — as its absorbing, moving action, brings comforting, natural elimination. Stop endangering your health — get INER- GEL for safe satisfying relief. At good druggists everywhere. Insist on genuine ... merge! Jell-forming "fobleti HUGHES-BROGDON DRUG STORE HUGHES DRUG STORE . . . . . . Main at Division Main at Lake muary Prices in Jul Whoever Heard of That! - - - Well, We've Got 'em - - 50 USED CARS - - "SAFETY TESTED" - - WRITTEN GUARANTEE THREE BIG DAYS-THURJ.-FKl.-SAT. MY 16-18 Here Are Just A Few Of Our Special Bargains: 1950 PLYMOUTH 2-door— (29C) Jet black. Contrasting; WSW tires. NEW MOTOR. GUARANTEED 90 DAYS OR 4,000 BOLES. $995 1947 CADILLAC 4-door— (42B. Original black. Ily- dramatlc, radio, heater, plastic seat covers. li's STANDARD O F T11E WORLD. Reduced. $795 1947 PONT1AC 4-door— (4SR-. Gray and blue lu- tone, radio, .heater, seat covers. ALMOST N E W TIRES. $395 1948 OLDS 98 2-rtoor — (51 A). It's red, has Imlra- matic, radio, heater, covers. CLEAN IS THE WORD. $795 1951 CHRYSLER 4-door— (52 A). Light p-ay, automatic transmission, radio, heater, plastic covers. ONE LOCAL OWNER. $1395 1951 OLDS Super 88 4-door — (50A). Beautiful glade green. Hydramatlc, radio, heater, plastic covers, BRAND NEW WSW TIRES. $1595 1949 OLDS 98 2-door— (45 A). Original green. Looks like new. One local owner. Very low mileage. Hydramatlc, radio, heater, custom plastic covers. ROCKET ENGINE. $1095 1941 FORD Clb. Cpe.— (4138B). Radio, heater, plastic covers, good tires. A REAL GOOD BUT. $195 1950 FORD 8 2-door — (XYZ) . Silvertone gray, beautiful plastic covers. One careful owner. ABSOLUTELY SPOTLESS. An outstanding value. $1095 1950 OLDS 88 2-door— (WA). OriRinal blue. Conventional shift. New radio, heater, gorgeous plastic covers. ROCKET TOWERED. City driven. Mile- ape average 20 per gal. $1195 1050 MERCURY 2-door— (U153). A pretty black and extra clean. One local owner. LOW MILEAGE. $1095 1949 OLDS 16 2-iloor— (U154). Jet black, n>d wheels. One local owner. Very low mileage. K(iUH'- PED. $895 1949 DESOTO Custom 4- door—(46A), Radio, heater, plastic covers, sunshade, new tires, one owner. CITY DRIVEN. KXTRA CLEAN. A CREAM PUFF. $1095 1948 BUICK RM 4-door— (65A). Dynaflow, radio, heater. Plastic covers. ALMOST NEW WSW TIRES. Giveaway price. $795 1947 CHEVROLET 2-door — (66A). New paint and seat covers. The best thing we can say Is for you to see this one. $595 1951 DODGE Coronet 4- door. (61A). Light gray, looks like new. Radio and heater. ONE OWNER. 14,000 ACTUAL MILES. $1195 HIGHEST TRADES--BEST TERMS -DOWN PAYMENT IS EASY HERE- I960 BUICK Spl. 2-door— (69A), Light gray, conventional shift, radio, heater, seat coven, spotlight. BARGAIN. $995 1947 DODGE 2-door — OOA). A pretty Alpine blue. Clean as a pin. Drives and handles perfectly. ONE CAREFUL OWNER. $595 1950 BUICK Spl. 2-door— (71A). Black with beautiful plastic interior. Conventional shift. ONLY ONE CAREFUL OWNER. $1095 1950 OLDS 98 l-door— (68A). Very pretty beige. Extra clean. Actually looks like new. Has Ilydramallc. radio, heater, plastir covers. POWERED WITH A ROCKET ENGINE $1295 1950 CHEVROLET Deluxe 2-door—(UI55A). Power- glide. Heater, plastic covers, sunshade. It's a light gray beauty with WSW tires. SHARP AS A TACK. $1095 1942 FORD 2-door Black with radio, heater, covers. Almost new tires. EXCEPTIONAL. $295 1948 CHEVROLET 4-door. Beautiful tu-tone finish. Has sunshade, radio, heater, plastic covers, good tires. NO NICEK ONE ANYWHERE. $695 NO MORE ROOM BUT PLENTY MORE CARS Open Until 9 p.m. Daily During Sale HORNER-WILSON MOTOR CO. ON EAST MAIN ROCKET OLDSMOBILE — GMC TRUCKS PHONES 2056 - 6151 SALESMEN A. H. "Wally" Wallace Joe Warren Calvin Smith Otho Stanfield

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