The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1952 · Page 5
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June 16, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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TMQM TKX MONDAY, JUNE lg, last Bargains for 2nd 'Value Day'— Here are some of the bargains that will be found on store counters here Wednesday when the second of 13 Hlythevllle Value Days will be hold. For Ihc men (Picture No. 1), one of the bargains will be $7.95 summed slacks for $1.05. For the women (Picture No. 2), there will be H.85 summer .shoes for $4.05. In Picture No. 3, is shown a $7.95 nylon siwrt shirt which will be on sale for $4.95. Marked down from $2.99 to $1.59 for Wednesday's sale will be these slips, which also will be sold two for $3. (Courier News 1'hotos) Tackett Says Switch of AMD Control Would Be a Farce r Three of the live Democratic gubernatorial candidates got in •om« vigorous activity over the weekend »a all of them entered Uie political picture one way or another. In speeches at Marlanna, Forrest City and McCrory Saturday, Rep. Boyd Tackett denounced a proposed NEW COMMEMORATIVE Stamp shown above, commemorating the 25th anniversary of: the establishment of Mount Hushmore, S. D., National Pnrlc, •will go on sale Aug. 11, 1952. Design shows the heads o( George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Theodi 'e Hooscvelt, which arc sculptural on the side of Mount Rushmore. amendment to remove the Highway^ Department from control of the governor's office as a "complete farce." Tackett snld "It does not remove the Department from control of the governor. The system allows the governor to appoint five commissioners on staggered terms who will be completely dominated and controlled by Ihe governor during his two or more years In office." Others Claim Credit Oov. McMath and Atty. Gen. Ike Murry, also candidates for governor, claim credit for the amendment, Tackett said. Murry announced Saturday that Jim Bland, owner and publisher of the Times-Dispatch, at Walnut Ridge, would serve as his campaign director. Murry said Bland will work with the Citizens-for-Murry Commttlee, which will handle his campaign. Former Atty. Gen. Jack Holt announced that Jlmmie Davis, former governor of Louisiana, will appear on Ihe program at Mao- Saturday night when Holt officially opens his campaign. "Vou Arc My Sunshine" Davis is the composer of such songs as "You Are My Sunshine" and, "It Makes No Difference Now." Holt opened his drive-in headquarters in Little Rock yesterday! (Sunday) and called it "highly successful." He said about 000 persons visited the headquarters. He also snoke at Scarcy Saturday tilght. Chancellor Francis Cherry of Jonesboro held an inform"! ops:; house at his Capital Hotel head- qimrlers in Little Rock. CSov. McMalh wns biding his time as fur as active cnmpnlKiilng was concerned but he continued to schedule speeches nt various state points. Korean Killed In Big Blast Of U.S. Ammo HAEUNDE, Korea (;V) — Mifhty explosions in the biggest U. S. Army ammunition dump In Karen toelny killed a Korean, injured an American officer nnd seven enlisted men, and left four u. S. soldiers nilssiiiK. Soutli Korean police said they suspected sabotage by guerrillas. The first blast—cause unknown- broke windows and knocked down plaster in buildings In rusan, 13 miles south. Two. other huge explosions followed within 15 minutes. There \viis a fourfli blast later. Fires mushroomed in the area. Gray clouds of phosphorus smoke rose Into the sky. Rockets shot tviitily about. Exploding (lures touched up the scene with bright colors. Some shells and flares flew two miles, Grass fires flamed up In the dry hills ringing the nrca. Amvets Choose Little RockMan Two-Day Meeting Ends in State FT. SMITH, Ark. (ft - The Arkansas Anivels named Eugene Stillman of Liltle Rocfc commanding general nt the end of their 2-day convention here yesterday. Oilier officers included: William Crane, Ft. Smith, First vice-commander; L. c. Wallace, El Dorado, second vice-commander- Roy Burgess, Kensett, Third vlce- commnndcr; and George Van Hook, El Dorado, fourth vice-commander. Ethel Mullcnnix, Fnyetteville, was elected historian; Don Warren, Pine Bluff, provost marshal; Tom Ladcl, Forrest City, chaplain; Clifford Evnns, El Dorado, service officer; Hurry C. Steinberg, El Dorado, National Executive Committeemaii, Dr. Jim Blnkemore, Ft. Smith, surgeon general; Jack Rose, Ft. Smith. Judge Advocate; Cecil Jeter. Little Rock, adjutant; and Bernard Faisst, Little Rock, finance officer. The Amvet's Auxiliary elected Mrs. Dick Qeren, Ft. Smith, president; Mrs. Don Warren, Pine Bluff, first vice president; Mrs. Halpli Woods, Pine Bluff, second vice president; nnd Mrs. L. C. Wallace, El Dorado, third vice president. Dud Bombs Kill More Germans FRANKFURT. Germany W) — Bombs and shells from the last World War are still killing people In Germany. Rubble left by Allied air raids still hides many dud bombs. Ten major explosions of wartime bombs or munitions within the last three years have killed 27 and wounded 21 persons. A recent U.S. Army report said its bomb disposal squads had disarmed some 1,400 items of unexploded ammunition during the first three months of this year. In the second half of last year, 122.000 duds were recovered. For many years to come, peacetime Germany will be fighting bombs. Boy Soldier Follows Dad's Military Step SAN ANTONIO, Tex.-'(/t>) — He wanli to follow in his hero father's footsteps and he already has a good start. Ten-year-old John Michael Kearby was recently named as the best drljled student for his age at the Move Military School. He knows oil the 53 commands of Infantry drill, A stralght-A student, he was nam- eri honorary sergeant. His late father was Congressional Medal of Honor winner Col. Neel F. Kearby, who shot down 22 enemy planes before being killed in an air battle over New Guinea In 1944. Young Kearby wants to go to West Point and then become an airman like his dad. - Malayan Rubber Price Is Likely to Stay Low SINGAPORE (fP) — The Malayan, rubber price is likely to remain at its present low level owing to completion of United States stockpiling, in the opinion of Dr. W. E. Cake president of Malayan-American Plantations, Ltd. The present price averages 30 cents n pound. Rubber producers in this part of the world will now have to operate caiefully and economically in order to pull through the period of low pricei, he said. Wltife billions piny a gay K ame of lic-lac- loe on Ihe vamp dial's inertly crossed strips of leather. Pancake-flat sole, all the coolness you conlti ask for. White leather. Only 2.98 "Your Friendly Shoe Store" 21!> West Main in IllylhcviHe BLYTHEVILLE Beauty Pag HALEY FIELD - TONIGHT & TUESDAY Admission: Adults 50c & Children 25c Enjoy two bitf night.* at Haley Field tonight and Tuesday. Hero's the program: The selection of "Miss Junior Blytheville" and "Mr. Jaycee President of 1978" will be made tonight with the winners announced Tuesday night. Candidates for the title of "Miss Blytheville of 1952" will be introduced. The selection of "Miss Blytheville of 1952" will be made Tuesday night . . . you'll sec Blytheville's most beautiful girls! Music for both nights will feature I.. T. Moore at the Hammond organ. Sponsored by the Blytheville Jaycees Kela Sigma Pin Sorority In Charge of Entries The area close to the equator, called the doldrums, is one of tlic rainiest in the world. Neal Bishop Named SMU Alumrti Secretary Neal Biship, grandson of Blythc- ville's third mayor, has become assistant executive secretary of the Southern Methodist u n i v e r s I t.y Alumni Association at-Dallns, Tex. He Is the son of Mrs. Triad Biship of Tulsa, Okla., the former Miss Zittclle Lively of Heber Springs. Ark. His grandfather, Jack Biship, served as mayor here about 1900. In his new position, Neal Biship also serves as editor of The Mustang, the SMU. alumni publication. An uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. Jack Biship, reside In Blytheville. -.._ Planned City Knhun, Egypt, built In 3000 B. C. as a housing project for the men who worked on the pyramid, w,is the llrst planned city, according to the Encyclopedia Britanulca. STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKIV F tMitict* eumcmc co*F»«r, IIK. • mm. m. Be Sure WASHING POWDER <H, 67c Grapefruit Juice Townhouse 46 Oz. 15c WASHING POWDER Duz'or Oxydol Lge. Box 25c PEACHES Highway Brand Siie 21/2 Can 4 for 98c STEAKS U. S. Choice Calf Round Lb. 89c SLICED BACON Armours Banner Tro-Poeked Lb. 45c CANTELOUPES California Vine Rip«ntd Lb. 15c The Prices Good Monday Thru Sat. SAFEWAY

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