The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 28, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY/MARCH 28, 1988 Erskine Johnson's Picks: NEA'S ace Hollywood reporter picks the stars below lev the 1954 Academy Awards lor best actor, actress and supporting players. Because" the race is so close, he chose two candidates for Best Actor and Best Actress. His preference, however, appears iirst on each row. "On the Waterfront" is Johnson's pick for the best movie of J054, with "The Country Girl" running a close second. BEST ACTRESS Judy Garland A Star is Born Grace Kelly The Country Girl BEST ACTOR Marlon Brando On the Waterfront Bine Crosby The Country Girl BEST SUPPORTING PLAYERS Eva Marie Saint On the Waterfront Tom Tully The Caine Mutiny Good Reason To Get Hotter NEWPORT, Ky. l#) — Merrill Swain Jr. and his wife were relaxing last night in front of their fireplace. Swain got fidgety. The room was getting hotter. He discovered the floor under the fireplace was on fire. Firemen put out the blaze. Swain sells fireplace equipment. Actress Wed HOLLYWOOD iVPi—Actress Merry Anders, '>(i, and television casting director John Stephens, 26, were married Saturday. Road Courier News Classified Ada Guaranteed Waich Gleaning 1.50 36- Hour Service Vour watch is completely disassembled—nil pivots polished —springs adjusted anil rn;i- rhinc cleaned, Chronographs and Automat h:. 1 ' not included at llil 1 -- low price Thompson Jewelers IH W. Slain RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATpR WORKS CM CI. lake Aw. I"ho, 3-6M1 .THICK BUTT SHINGLES i • i Lasting prelection against rain, sleet J and snow is assured when you apply ] the shingles that are "Millerized" for j longer life—Certain-teed Thick Butt j | Shingles. Not only do Thick Butt Shingles assure you of an all-weather roof, but they provide your roof with an extra layer of fire-resisting material, which means added security for you. Let us show you samples todayl E. C. Robinson LUMBER CO. Phone 3-1551 (THICK-BUTT SHIHCLES 2 More Priests Face Trouble In Argentina BUENOS AIRES, Argentina i/B— Two more Roman Catholic priests were In trouble with the law today as President Peron pressed his campaign against what he calls church influence in politics. Reports from Cordoba province ;ald the Rev. Sergio Loidi. parish priest at General Cabrera, was arrested Saturday on undisclosed charges. Three days earlier authorities picked up Friar Jose Maria Vails, head of the Franciscan order in Cordoba. A police judge sentenced him to 10 days in jail for "spreading false reports tending to alarm the population." Thirteen other clergymen have been jailed in Argentina since Peron began his drive last November. Pier Angeli Out of Hospital PALM SPRINGS, Calif. iVPi— Film actress Pier Angeli was recovering today from injuries she suffered Feb. 25 when she fell while aboard a Los Angeles-Palm Springs airplane. The Italian-born actress left Desert Hospital yesterday and will rest here a week before returning \o \ Hollywood. Miss Angcli. an expect- j am mother, suffered a broken pel- I vis and an eye injury. | Doctors said she would not lose her expected baby as first feared. She is with her husband singer Vic Damone. CHURCH WORK UNDER WAT — Work on Clear Lake Baptist Church was progressing this week. The church will be refinishsd on the outside with brick veneer and other improvements Include a new Baptistry and remodelling of auditorium. Total cost'of the job is estimated at something less than S7.000. The Rev. Harold Ray is pastor. (Courier News Photo) Trip to Jail Would Be Entirely too Costly OKLAHOMA CITY (fl — A 24- year-old mother came up with a new story when arrested by police last night for loitering. "I don't have any money for a fine,' she complained, "and if I go to jaii I'll be stuck 50 cents an hour by the babv sitter until I get out." Fiddle Fanciers Find Fair Fine 4,000 fiddle fanciers got in a lot of fiddle fanciers got in a lot of fiddle; fiddle-faddle at Oklahoma City's Fiddle Pair yesterday. Twenty-eight fine old instruments of early Italian, German and French make were shown as a special feature. But of the 44 Stra- davari, Ouarneri and Amati violins displayed, none were pronounced authentic by George R. Clarke, violin maker and connoisseur, who examined them all. The audience loved every minute of it though, staying more than eight hours, while some 200 violins were exhibited. Then It's Dry and Wei! anufacfured That's because (He SPIB Grade-Mark can only be used on lumber thai has been dried and seasoned according lo official Grading Rules, And because the name FORDYCE, stamped an lumber, is c pledge to you that this old, established company stands squarely behind its quality. Remember, too, that FHA and VA insured loan construction requires Grade-Marked lumber. fl Your Dealer Can Supply You -REVIVAL- Hear REV. MARVIN NIBLACK Pastor of Methodist Church Steele, Mo. at Lake Street Methodist Church Blytheville, Ark. March 27 through April 1 Rev. Niblack Services at 7:30 P M. Rev. Mitchell Sanford, Pastor BESTWAY CLEANERS Invites you to visit their NEW LOCATION Phone 2-2408 2012 W. Main Now Equipped to Serve You Better LUMBER COMPANY f o R D Y V C E ; YOUR BUILDER m T[LL Y ° u •P to «,. "PRE SHRUNK" Look about you . . . see why some of your friends have sound homes and others run into trouble from the outset. It all boils down to whether you are willing to pay a few cents extra NO\V in order to bo sure of a sounder, stronger, tighter structural frame that will eliminate trouble from the outset—or whether you want to save the difference NOW—and pay considerably more later on repairs. Your Builder will toll you it is sound "Building" to use Prc-Shrunk, Urade- Jlarked Lumber, WE HANDLE ONLY KILN DRIED LUMBER FROM SUCH MILLS AS FOIiDYCK I.UMHEK COMPANY, FROST LUMBER COMPANY, CROSSETT LUMBER COMPANY, DIERKS LUMBER COMPANY AND OZAN LUMBER COMPANY, ALL OF WHOM ARE MEMBERS OF THE SOUTHERN PINE ASSOCIATION AND GRADE MARK THEIR LUMBER SO THAT YOU MAY KNOW WHAT YOU ARE BUYING —SO THAT YOU MAY KNOW THAT YOU ARE GET- ING THE BEST QUALITY OF LUMBER IT IS POSSIBLE TO BUY. WE DO NOT HANDLE LITTLE MILL OR HALE DRIED LUMBER The Lumber you get from Delta is BETTER! Delta Lumber Co. 20-1 Norlh 2nd SI. Phone POplnr 3-1-197 ATTENTION LADIES l-39c I'ot Flower for Ic With Each $3.00 or More Purchase! EGGS, I.arcc Fresh 2 Dnz. 83c CA.N'OV.V BLACK I'EI'PER, Pure Ground 4 oz. can 29c 2 8-07. FLAVORING, 1 Lemon or 1 Vanilla, Reg. lOc ca .. ^5c TURNIPS A- TOPS or COLLAKI) GREENS lOc SWEET POTATOES I!u. SI.33 5 Ib. Bag 29c POTATOES, No. 1 10 Ib. Bag 39c PURE SORGHUM MOLASSES Ql. 69c !-i Gal. SI.19 GLALMOLA CAN BISCUITS 3 Cans 29c Save 75% en Your Garden FRESH CABBAGE PLANTS 4 Bchs. 4Sc FRESH ONION PLANTS 4 Bchs. 49c SEED POTATOES 100 Ib. Bag 82.73 Complete Slock of Rulk Garden Seed & Plants— Also Lawn Seed & Fertilizer! BLYTHEVILLE CURB MKT. Open till 10 p. m. Every Night SORE STRAINED MUSCLES Need BOB'S GYPSY RUB LINIMENT FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "I Sell That Stuff Phone 2-2089 Visit Conny's Conoco Service, Ash & Division He Remembers Days of Old RENO, Nev. VP>— Attorney' D. W. Priest, defending two youths accused o( reckless driving, appealed to 81-yesr-old City Judge Guy Walts. "Remember when we were young . . . The 4th if Jtily . . • The wild streami we swam . . . The riding of unbroken horses and even chicken stealing." Yes," replied Judge Walts. "I remember corraling wild hor«M 68 years ago and I remember riding a fast horse around the corner In Reno when I was 16... "And this is the result," WalU added, holding up the cane h« never walks without. "I've never run since that day." he said quietly. Then he let th» two youths off with a $6 fine. HlJ usual penally for reckleM driving is $75. STAYBRIGHT IS THE VERY BEST . . . Stnybright was made to preserve the tex- ture of your clothes and improve the lustre of every garment . . . Staybright is the cleaning process that's years ahead! When You Think Enough of Your Clothes to Want the Very Best It's HUDSON'S STAYBRIGHT • Beifer Cleaning •TheHudson Finish * 8-Hour Service ( For The Asking) Cleaner — Clothier — Tailor Phone POplar 2-2612 in Blytheville RUSTIC INN Is Now Offering CURB SERVICE Drive Out For A Snack Or Full Meal Vi do/.. Fried .lumhn Fiintail Shrimp $].flO '/2 doz. Extra Select Fried Oysters $1.00 Chicken 'N the liasket $1.25 Special Daily Luncheons 85c Real Pit Rar-R-Q Pi K jj 5c Double Thick Malted Milk 30c Walnut & Division |'|i. 2-2202 CAMERA CENTER • Flash Bulbs • Color Film • Polaroid Film • Movie Film • We hav« Cameras and Projectors for rent, BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647

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