The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1953 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 20, 1953
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MONDAY, JULY 20, 1053 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB Osceola Hospital Open Some 1,400 visitors were estimated by iiosplti 's kitchen, with Mrs. Nola Knight, dletltlni hbiunory ami x-ray technician Mrs. Ruby Etcvi-ns Yankee Stadium Heat Fells 300 'Witnesses' NEW YORK Ofl — Heat felled more than 300 Jehovah's Witnesses yesterday as 82,861 members of the sect jammed Yankee Stadium for the opening of their eight-day New World Society Assembly. At one time the heat inside the big: Bronx stadi' was 92 although the official heat reading outside ws 81. The 1-^at prostration cases were trejitecl in both grandstand and bleachels as well as at first aid emergency stations. None of the victims was : ported in serious condition. More thousan f Witnesses were expected to trek to the stadium today for the assembly's second-day program, which emphasize." the group's international scope. Delegates are here from 86 countries outside the United States. Yesterday's opening of the assembly presented fl Yankee Stadium transformed from the home ball park of the traveling New York Yankees to a kingdom hall, the Jehovah's Witness term for a church. Flowers ringed the infield; and the pitching mound bloomed as a formal garden. A green-boughed speakers' platform , was placed* above second Dase. Vivid posters decked the green girders of the : nds. lembers of the sect, known formally as the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, volunteered for various duties at the stadium andj MOSCOW Wl-Mrs. Perle Mesta, , vicinity. Some were detailed to now sightseeing in Russia, savs the j policing and handling traffic and ; TJ s . government owes her $7,319 - .c'-mmng duties. Others worked in 50 for vacations she didn't take, .huge kitchens set up to feed the. B ut the famous party-giver says Perle Won't Collect Wages 'enators p f • i , ft £u tf^.'TT* 1 • ^ted by tl-g House," snld one senntn: who relu.sct 1 quotation by iv me. Secretary 61 Dei ease Wilson. Joe Louis' real nama ts Joseph Louis Barrow. He was born in 1914, near Lexington, Ala, Southern Illinois frequently 1 s cied resemblance to the Nile country. More than families In thf automobiles 70 per cent of th» United States own WASHINGTON IT — Some senators talked today of staging an admittedly futile fight on the Sen- - eskient h',. ;'nhoWL-r's public b;i- ':ing, lias won every round in tl: i congressional battle over the reduction in funds ""I size of the Air Force, fro the budget rec- o mendations of ex-president Truman. The $34,511,302,000 defense members dium. The opening ceremonies heard by several thousand tents near the sta- Jehovah's Witnesses who remained at New Market, N. J., to care for a she won't try to collect it. The wealthy widow, President Truman's minister to Luxembourg for four years, 2x1 ined yesterday that she would refuse the back because President vacation 1 •• — ~~-~ • ". " vduitiioii iy oecauj huge trailer and tent city set up Eisenhower appealed recently to (there to plovide housing for 30,000 , ,„,, .„ . ' , , , • ! members. The ceremonies were gh ' br et offl'lnls :p forego carried over a direct telephone' such claims and Congress has de- j wire—leased by WBBB, the Watch- ] cided to ban payments In future | tower radio station in Brooklyn— cases i from the stadium to a public ad dress system at the camp. -: , ate floor for some of the five I>11- ' Ino " !0y bil1 ' -""I' 1 '"? t«"ds for the lions cut rom new Air Force funds :Alr , Porec ' *""? aml by the Eisenhower administration •?,, e d for ;alc ' ,„, , "We know we can't ,v!n it but if i we make a good showing we may prevent the additional reductions ,, Wednesday. ls action Read Courier News Classified Ads Nowl Anyone Can Have HOT WATER QUICK! Long Turn FARM LOANS LOW RATE NO FEES OR STOCK J. W. MEYER 1st National Bank BIdg. Blytheville, Ark. Phones: Office 2261 Residence 8667 In Association u THt PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA HOME OFFICE. NEWARK. N. A Wanted to Buy Your Old Books BOOK EXCHANGE 503 W. Main Used Books for Sale NEW POCKET-SIZE PORT/HIE WATER HEATER COSTS LESS THAN $3.00 Merely PUcc • portable KA3T-WAY Wiwir [letter ID • recepudo conulnitttt w&t«r. Plug in ne.rc.1 .ockel. (et HOT WATER QUICK! Thouflanda u»r for bRthlnc. gcrubbtng, wiahtne. doanlna cream iparmiora. milk c*n«. pmfU, «c. Menu siaill quMntitJM very fall. Speed of hflttl^ ing larjtc quantftiea depends on the quintity. Com- nnrp with iraa. No flre« to build —no bot water to carry -no running up and down atalri, No dirt, no muss, no top heavy (not billi. Hsndyl Inoipcn.ilvel Read dlrncriona belore mini:, nllow. Now crixr* IPS? (hnr <S fO t-'ftr-:ilr hv- Gcn. Hardware & Appliance 109 W. Main — Blytheville Huhbard Hardware Co. 213 Main Blytheville Leading Hardware & Electric Stores Everywhere RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIMES TONITE MONTANA BELLE In Trucolor With Jane Russell George Brent TUES & WED THE HITCH-HIKER With Edmond O'Brien Frank Lovejoy For Fine Foods, Choose PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries We Deliver Call In 2043 Come In 1044 Chick. INSECT DAMAGE TO CROPS? We offer to the farmers free field inspection for Thrips, Army Worms, Red Spider and other insect damage. We have six pound toxaphene, 25 per cent DDT, BHC and DDT 9/15 liquids. Also dust. If you have insect or poison problems, feel free to call on us at any time. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phones 6856 — 6957 — 6858 Headquarters for Toxaphene, DDT and Other Poisons. Automat! Dryer. Dry your clothes indoors witii this New 6-E CUSTOM AUTOMATIC DRYER ! only 249' 95 Stop worrying about wmhday weather — hc«vy wsihbniktu — clotheiHnei. Dry your clothei indoon . . . better than lumhine . , . Come in and KC the ozone lamp thai fmhtni your clothe*—color-]ifhted dial*. HUBBARD &SON FURNITURE Appliance Department White's !y SALE We are remodeling our store and while the alterations are being done, we offer you these special values in summer shoes. SUMMER DRESS SHOES Values to 13.95 Values to 9.95 6 CASUALS Values to 10.95 Values to 7.95 $T95 $C95 7 C ONE TABLE Buster Brown Shoes For Children n95 ONE TABLE Casuals - ., . — SONS I SHOES! Good Shot* A Hosiery

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