The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 17, 1955
Page 2
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'FAQlS'tWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NBWi MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 19B6 News oi Men In the Service William U. Howard, machinist mate 3/c, CSN, son of Mr. and Mis Claude Howard of Leachwlle, Route 2. is serving aboard the fleet oiler USS Navasota which recently returned with the Seventh Fleet from the Far East. Pvt Hershel E. Johnson, son of Mrs MoUle Johnson of Blytheville, Rout* 3, and Pvt. Bobby E. Cresap, son 01* Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Cresap of Dell, have completed the msdi- cal training center's eight - week course of advanced training at Brooke Army Medical Center Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. Both entered the Army last August and will now be assigned to duty with the Army Medical Service. SFC Freeman Caldwell, son of Mr and Mrs. A. Caldwell of Luxora recently arrived in Alaska for duty at Fort Richardson. He entered the Army in 1941 and was last stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. Pfc. Charles R. Aycock, son ot Mr. and Mrs, B. R. Aycock of Blytheville, i has graduated from the radio telegraph operator's course at Marine recruit Depot at San Diego, Calif. The 18-week course instructed the students in receiving and sending international HJorse Code. 1/Sgt. Utah V. Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Price of Blytheville, Route 1, recently graduated from the First Marine Division's Personnel Administration School in Korea. Wayne Replaces Mitchum in Film HOLLYWOOD (Si — Film actor John Wayne has cut short his New fork honeymoon to replace Rob- Now undergoing recruit training .jfter enlistment in the Navy are Herman V. Stepp, James E. Rayburn and Clinton P. Ferguson, all of Blytheville; Johnny J. Wilson and Henry F. Forsythe, Both ol Cotter; and Melvin E. Bozarth of Manila. Recently arrived in Korea for duty at Fort Richardson is Pvt. Elzie B. Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cooper of Leachvlllc. Previously stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., he entered the Army last July. Pfc. Paul D. L. Pankey, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Martin S. Pankey of Blytheville, was recently graduated from the I Corps non-commissioned officers academy in Korea. A mechanic in the Seventh Infantry Division's 31st Field Artillery Battalion, he entered the Army in Jan. 1354, and arrived overseas last June. Cpl. Kenneth Zornes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlin Zornes of DeU, is serving in Japan with the 13tl) Field Artillery Battalion, which recently returned from duty In Korea. He is a member of the Battalion's Battery C, having arrived overseas last August. MjSgt. Lyman A. Evans, son ot Mrs. Pearl J. Evans of Leachville, IB now serving with the 10th Infantry Division at Ft. Rilcy, Kan. An operations sergeant in the 3rd Battalion Headquarters Company of the 87th Regiment, he has been in the Army since 1943. Recently reporting for duty KOREA TO JAPAN — Pfc. D. L. Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Bailey of. Blytheville, recently was transferred from Korea to Camp Drake. Japan, when his outfit, the 145th Field Artillery Battalion, was redeployed. He was stationed in Korea for 11 months. aboard the USS Helena is Joel N. Don-is, seaman OSN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dorris of Blytheville. He entered the Navy last August and received recuit training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. The USS Helena is now on a tour of duty in the Far East. Gunman, Victim Feel Sorry For Each Other AMARILLO, Tex. UP> — Kenneth Wiley, cab driver, told police he picked up a passenger at a bus station and moments later his fare pulled a gun, demanding money. Wiley gave him $3. "Is this all you have?" the gunman asked. Wiley said it was. The man handed the money back, saying, "Here, you take it you need it worse than I do." Wiley said he figured the man must need money or he wouldn't be staging a holcmp, Wiley said he put $2 in his pocket and gave the passenger a dollar. BEST-KNOWN HOME REMEDY for Suffering of coins EXPERIENCE Our experience in AA has taught us two important things. First, that the basic problems confronting the alcoholic are the same whether he is panhandling for the price of a short beer or holding down an executive position in a big corporation. Secondly, we now appreciate that the AA recovery program works for almost any alcoholic who honestly wants it to work, no matter what his back ground or particular drinking pattern may have been. All of us now in AA had (o make one crucial decision before we fell secure in the new program of life without alcohol. We had lo face the facts about ourselves and our drinking realistically and honestly. We had to admit that we were powerless over alcohol. For some of us, this was the toughest proposition we had ever faced. We did not know too much about alcohlism. We had preconceived impressions about the term "alcoholic." We associated it chiefly with down-and-out derelects. Or we thought it implied degradation in some other form. Some of us resisted making the admission that we were alcoholics. Others clung to mental reservations. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 873 Blythtrillc, Ark. Closed Meetings Tuesday Nights at 8 p. m. Open Meetings Friday Nights at 8 p. m. 1 CLUB ROOM at 410 E. MAIN ert Mltchum, who was dropped last week from the starring role in the 2>/2-mlllion-dollar picture "Blood Alley." A Warner Brothers spokesman said that Mitchum was dismissed for "action detrimental to the making of the film." "There are no hard feelings— we didn't see •»« to ey»," Mltch- um said. It was reported lust week from San Rafael, Calif., the film's location site, that Mitchum had pushed a company transportation manager George Coleman, into San Francisco Bay. However, Mitchum and Coleman both denied It hap- pened. Wayne, who reports to the location of the film today, married his third wife, Peruvian beauty Pllnr Pallette, last Nov. 1 In Hawaii. Alumni is the plural of alum- Octagonal Home COVERT, Mich. W-The Charles Robinson family lives In an octagonal home which has been a landmark 'here for 66 years, me barn is also eight-sided. No one is quite sure why it was built thai way, but Mrs John ftp!. man. whose uncle. Orlo Sh.ttuck, built the house, soys that, Unol* Orlo had a theory that there wu less wall space In a round-»h«p»4 than a rectangular house." Therefore, she reasons, ht might have figured it was cheaper to heat. EVERY ITEM A TERRIFIC MONEY SAVING BARGAIN! I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK y'OU CAN'T BE AT -yOU CAN'T EVEN EQUAL THESE VALUES! EXCITING MARKDOWN r I BIG SAVINGS ON LADIES S LIP S Sensational^alues! Sizes 32 to £2. White, Pink, Blue, Opaline, Red, Black and Navy. Also somefmulti-filarrieot crepes reduced to $1.19 and &.59. •./.'.'. LADIES' WASHABLE COTTON DRESSES SAVE ON THESE LADIES ALL WOOL $2.98 f'ALUES 99 REG. $5.98 NYLON TRICOT REG. $3.98 NYLON TR5COT REG. $2.98 NYLON TRSC5T CHOICE OF 16 STYLES SPECIAL PURCHASE! COATS Choose Iroip three sensational groups! Every coat a genuine bargain and surr to please- Junior and Misses sizes 7 to £0. Beautiful printed cottons with short sleeve* and a wonderful, wonderful group from which to .make your selections. Only a very extra special purchase permits us to sell them nt this low price. Sizes 10 lo 20 and I6!4 to 2 " and 38 to -16. MATERNITY DRESSES Sizes 9 lo 20 $15 VALUES Sale Priced BBB $20 VALUES Sale Priced BBBHH $25 VALUES Sale Priced $5.98 $2,99 ..$3.99 COMPARE AND SAVE! LADIES •'• ' 5.95 values .............. $5.99; %J[ M TERRIFIC BARGAINS! SIZES 22 TO 3» Priced $9.95 VALUES $12.95 VALUES J'riced Priced $3.98 DUSTERS AND ROBES Beautiful chenille, cotton quilted or flannel. j* OQ Kach one an exceptional value »t this price. jt»r* $5.98 DUSTERS AND ROBES Fine heavy chenille jn several lovely pnl- j> OO terns and designs. l9*wr LADIES' BLOUSES $1.00 VALUES now only 69£ $1.98 VALUES now only 1.59 $2.98 VALUES now only |,99 $3.98 VALUES now only 2.99 YOU MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE Sizei 32 lo 34 $2.98 VALUES $5.98 VALUES Priced $3,98 VALUES " $6.98 VALUES Sal«- Pricctl Sale Priced $10.98 DUSTERS-ROBES-PAJAMAS Exceptionally beautiful quilted robes, tm f\f* dusters and lovely lounging pajamas. / «V9 $8.95 DUSTERS-ROBES-PAJAMAS A very lovely assortment lo go n t Ibis _ f\f\ terrific money saving clearance price. 5»99

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