The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1955 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28,19B5 AIR FORCE TRAINEE—Billy Eugene Steward, 19. son of Nannie Mae Reams of Blytheville, is completing his Air Force basic military at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Tex. News oi Men In the Service Army Pvt. James L. Harding, son of Andrew P. Harding. 201 S. Vandeventer, Kennett, recently arrived in Germany and is now a member of the Seventh Army in Stuttgart, Germany. Private Harding, a clerk-typist in ordnance section of the Seventh Army Headquarters, entered the Army in September, 1954, and completed basic training at Camp Chaffee. A member of the Delta Sigma Pi fraternity, Harding Is a 1954 graduate of the University of Missouri. He Is also a 1950 graduate of Kennett High School. Pvt. John L. Halsell. 20, son of Mr. snd Mrs. J. E. Halsell, 1205 Walnut' St., Blytheville, has been assigned to Company D, 501st Airborne Infantry Regiment at Port Jackson, S. C., for eight weeks of advanced infantry training. Pvt. Halsell, Who entered the Army Dec. 9, has just returned from 14 days leave following eight weeks of basic infantry training. Serving aboard the destroyer USS Collett on its fifth tour of duty in the Par East is Jerry B. Whitworth, quartermaster third class, USN, of 208 W. Kentucky Ave., Blytheville. Before entering the Navy in November. 1951, he attended the Blytheville Senior High School. The Collett was one of the first Navy ships to see action in the Korean campaign and earned the Presidential Unit Citation for her part in the Inchon invasion in September, 1950. Max B. James, boilerman third class, USN, of 109 S. Lake St,. Blytheville, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Lake Champlain with the U. S. Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. The Lake Champiain Is participating in continual tactical exercises at sea, designed to maintain her planes and crew in readiness AT CHANUTE AFB — A3/C Johnny B. Roan, formerly of Kennett, is now stationed at Chanute Air Force Base in Illinois after receiving his basic training at Lackland AFB in San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. Roan and children have returned from San Antonio to Blytheville. ENDS FAR EAST TOUR — Frank Qarfield Lewis, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Oarfield Lewis of Blytheville, has just finished a tour of duty in the Par East aboard his ship, which served as the flagship of the Vice Admiral Alfred M. Pride, Commander of the Seventh Fleet. NOW AT LACKLAND — Herbert Oclell Forshee, son of Mr and Mrs. Hsrbert Forshee of 809 Moultrle Drive in Blytheville, Is taking his Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. He entered the Air Force on January 29, 1955. Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers The following building permits have been issued In the office of the City Engineer, A. L. Wood: Dick Burns, 916 Bell, sheet Iron garage, $1,000; F. L. Wicker, 409 E. Missouri, frame car port, $2,000; Blytheville Compress Co., 211 N. Broadway, remodeling. 12,000; Glen Briley, 2221 Birch, frame building added to present structure. $150. Real Estate Transfers: St. Francis Levee Distrist to Ernest and Blanche Lower, $43,19, lot 21 and N'/i of lot 22 in block B of Hearn's 2nd Add.; Luther Smith to Jim and Flossie Joiner, $300, lot 25, Larry's 3rd Add.; H. W. and Betty Mahan to B. Frank Highfill, $150,000, 1,495 acres in sections 3, 5, 2, and 11, lot 7. for combat in time of emergenc Among those who ' ; evacuation of ' ids with Patrol Sqiuiuib - Navy.Lt. (jg) Milton L. Qodley, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Godley of Osceola, and husband of Mrs. Peggy J. Godley of Lexington, Va. Among those who participated in the evacuation of the Tachen Islands with Patrol Squadron 1, was Navy Lt. (jg) Milton L. Godley, MOVING? Local or Long Distance CALL 3-8928 Beekham Moving & Storage Co. 900 . Second block 2, Chickasawba Gardens Add and ~E>f, of 15-16, block 1, Highland Place Add.; Magnolia Courts Inc. to Virgil and Janie Davis, lot 5, block 5. David Acres Subd.; Evelyn and Helen Sharp, $5,000 and other considerations to Walter and Movie Elledge, lot 1, block 2, Fairview Add.; St. Francis Levee District to Lillian Walker, $11.13, lot 3, block 5 of W. W. Hollipeter 2nd Add.; Ira and Gladys Jones to Gene and Lavond Chitmon, 56,350, part of SW'A-SE"/, of 36-16N-10E; Blytheville Chamber of Commerce to the City of Blytheville, $1. part of 15-15N-11E; Frank and Viola Wosley to Paul Davidson. $1,000, lot I, block 3, Chicago Mill and Lumber Co., 3rd Add;. James and Bernice Stovall to Ben Dray. $10 and considerations, part of NE'i-EWib of 10-15N-11E; Peggy J. Taylor to D. M. Moore, lot 13, block 8, of David Acres Subd.; J. E. and Lila Carter to Herman and Helen McLeod, S10 and other considerations, lot 8, lot 9, block 2. Gosnell Estate Add.; E. S. and Lillie Crawford to Ira and Gladys Jones. $3,000, part of NWVi-NE'/:,-l-15N-10E; Joe and Mayme Waldrup to Joseph and Elsie Oradell Fulgham, $2.800, N'i of lot 15, block 4, Barron and Lilly Add.; Max and Annie Logan to Virgil and Ruth Boyd, $10 and other con- TIRED SHOES MEAN TIRED F£ET! Put Spring into your step now! HALTER'S QUALITY SHOE SHOP 121 W. Slain' Fh. 2-2732 New low-cost plastic tile floor! mstrong EXCELON TILE Easy to install yourself Cuf and fit easi'/y with scisson Record and Picture Album tells you how to install Armstrong Excelon^ 1 Tilt yourself. Before you go to work, just play the record and follow the picture story In tht album. This tUp-by-ttip procedure will show you the right way to do It... and tht right way Is the EASY way! Record and Album free wMi your pvrchaM. Stop in and see the array of beautiful color combinations in this brand-new tile c/Foct. You con install Armstrong Spatter* Excelcm® Tile yourself on any sub- floor, from the basement to the attic. This handsome vinyl- plastic-asbestos tile is famous for its long-wearing beauty. Now it's here in the handsome now Spnt-_ tor design. CMSMAR Furniture, Inc. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS N THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN Q. HAROETT, DECEASED NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT ,ast known address of the ecedent: Blytheville, Arkansas. siderations, Parkview Circle; Virgil and Ruth Boyd to Magnolia Courts Inc., S10 and other considerations, lot 25, block B in John B. Walker 2nd Subd. [ I Date of death: September 29, 1953 An instrument dated April 12, 1D50, was on the 15th day o( March, 1955, admitted to probate as the Last Will of the above named decedent and the undersigned has been appointed Executrix thereun- der. A contest of the probate of the Will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In the estate. This notice first published March 16, 1955. BEOLAH JOAN HAROETT, Executrix. % Taylor & Sudbury Borum Building Blytheville, Arkansas. 3/16-23 Illegal Kill High LANSING, Mich. W>)—Michigan's illegal deer kill is relatively high, the state department of conservation reports. Answers to nearly 600 questionnaires by hunters show that many The Finest USED TRACTORS Are Traded in on the NEW FORD 600 and 800 TRACTORS You Can Buy Them At Bargain Prices-Easy Terms At SNOW TRACTOR CO. 112 N. Franklin Phone 3-8951 witnessed at least one Illegal kill. Some said they saw as many as 12 or 14, reported the department. Mo-r.ey Falls, In northern Arizona's Hi '/asu Canyon, »re hiihtr than Niagara 'nils. Announcing... Jimmy Mcacham it now associated with our stort at Watch and Jewtlry Repairman. Jimmy has many years of experience in this field and we assure you of the highest quality workmanship at the Very Lowest Possible Prices. Jimmy Meacham Every Job Absolutely Guaranteed Satisfactory!! Jimmy extends to you an invitation to visit him in his new location. Thompson Jewelers 114 W. Main St INTRODUCING BLYTHEVILLE'S NEWEST LINCOLN-MERCURY SALES AND SERVICE CENTER BUD WILSON MOTORS, Inc. Walnut at First St. Ph. 3-6876 NEW, MODERN,; AND PLANNED | TO BETTER , YOUR MOTORING This latest addition to your community is in business to give you the finest in automotive products, and courteous service—to make your motoring an increasingly pleasant experience. For fine-car enthusiasts, it offers the magnificent new Lincoln and Lincoln Capri—now with exclusive Turbo-Drive transmission and great new V-8 engine for incomparable performance in every driving range. Longer and lower, the new Lincoln is a masterpiece of modern luxury and beauty. The new Mercury is here, too—outstanding performer in the medium- price field—with new 198 and 188 horsepower overhead valve V-8 engines and ball-joint front suspension. You have your choice of three great Mercury series —the Montclair, the Monterey, and the Custom—and, of course, famous Mercury optional power features. You'll also want to take advantage of the modern service department. Registered Mechanics give you prompt attention 1 —and they have the latest equipment and factory-recommended procedures for the oare of your car. Why not stop in soon and see all of this new Lincoln-Mercury center? You'll enjoy meeting and doing business with the friendly folks in charge. While you're there, drive both new cars, too. LINCOLN-MERCURY DIVISION FORD MOTOR COMPANY te

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