The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MONDAY, JUNE M, 1981 BLTTHEVn,LE (ARK.) COURIER NEV3 PAOR MYB Hose, Shirts BVD Features More values in store for Wednr.scJay's BlylheviUe Value Days are Atiown abovr displayed !n tour ol the Days' 85 iiarllclpnttng storpp, Ten more of the special bargain days are sc:h<*dnled for (he remainder or the summer. Sponsored hy the Merchant's Division of the Chumbpr -of Commerce, the prngranl is designed to prunole summer snltv among local merchants 71 ml oft No. 1 ."hi IT* .s n timely I will t>*' on sjilf tomorro up on iuij-!iislm>n ;i\in«R Ihnjutfh coriMirnnr bargains. Picture iuii, ivgiiUir UK^'i-nt wiiti'i piU'lu^s which for u9 iruts. The !iulic< y, ill h.' »Uo to stock h«,?;e il'uluiv No 'J > ill ihi- julre of ouiy SI America s Sleek New Transport Heading for Its Home Port at N.Y. ABOARD THE S3 UNITED STATES MV—This newest and biggest American challenger lor l^peed supremacy of the sea lanes slipped easily through the Atlantic towards New York today on Its first home port call. The 990-foot U.S. Lines luxury i where the vessel was built, liner was scheduled to start up the i Tnt v , t ] lei states moved out lo Hudson River to its mid-Manhattan 1 sea from the fog-drenehecl Vlr- pler »t about noon. A spectacular i ginia harbor carlv vesterdav vilh port welcome was planned. | 1 300 guest aho.id AIIIOIIK Iliein Commodore Harry Manning, were t(1 P government officials, sen .skipper of tlie'United States, said last night that he anticipated no trouble making New York on schedule at Ihe end of a 500-mile crulee from Newport News, Va., armed forces officers, shipping officials and newsmen. The short and fafcL perlormnnce was better than the 32.08 nots averaged by (he British Curmrd liner Queen Itfary on her best day's run In August, 1938. when U sel the world's record for the fastest Atlantic passenger crossing. Alms fur Queen's Murk Shipping circles expect that lite l United Stntes, perhaps on its maid- en voyage starling July 3. mny try 10 beat the bigger Quenn Mary's record. While the United States was sail ing northward. Secretary of Commerce Charles Sawyer made j blast at Compuolh'r General l,ind- i sny Warren in their dispute over the government subsidy for (lie United Slates. Sawyer in w statement released by bis office in Washington snid \Va r re n was seeking to e re a i e "a public impression that the comptroller general, a knight in while, armor, is defending the taxpayers from some nefarious plot to which I and the Maritime Board are parlies." The commerce secretary i: aboard the United States. Under s contract made with the old Maritime Commission in 1940 the government agreed to pay -12 million dollars toward the cost o | the ship. The rompnny paid aboil 28 millions. Warren protests that the subsid; was too high, and Sawyer insists [hat the government had to honor the contract. President Truman last Friday directed Atty. Gen. McOranery In make an inquiry into the subsidy. WAR DRAGS ON (N INDO-CHINA -"Operation Ardoise" geti under way In fndo-Chin., •• French and Viet Nam forces make an amphibious landing in Ihe MoDur region. Troop* dail.«d inland to destroy roads and railways behind the lines of Communist Viet Minb forc«i. Family Bunches All Of Its Birthdays MANSFIELD, O. Wi—When the middle of May rolls around each year the Tryon family has to bn five birthday ca'kes. The recent arrival of Deborah Sue Tryor- marks the fifth btrthdn<- ^ •Jllltf in four days. She wa» born May I 0 .' *JQ f g mtf AQHC**S i Thfl next day Is (he birthday of I* * J fff ' Ofit Bobby, 9, followed by the birthday*' t . "^ *7 . „..•**-, . shown wall piclurrs for the horn*, a '15 |wr [rent rfdnciion during to- a viecllun of II boys' spoil shirH '7 C'cnts each. iCiiiirh'r News I'lnil.nl Rain Drenches Manila (P. I.) MANILA '/I') — Paris of Manila wore under one to two fert of water lurlny from heavy rains In the wak« of a tropical ntorin. Wi-allUM-mpn snUI the storm, w'iicli skirled the Northeast Philippines. li»s tntfn.sifiod into ati BS- nillr>-|)er-lioiir typhoon near ths Kouthern liynViii Istnnds. It Is mov- LIIK norttn-nst in the direction of iwa at M inilfs an hour. S.O.S. BRINGS FINANCIAL "LIFELINE" —Victor Grr.cn, publisher of [he I'ckln, III.. "Banner." au-t his wile count some o( the money which tas flooded iulo liis ollhe in irspnnsu In "S U.S." printed in his paper (inset). Giecn (onnd that n recent chnriRe In'liiteinrc'talion oj tux laws caused him to owe JfiOOO in back taxes. Dangers of Rectal Troubles VHKK HOOK _ Kxphiins iMnny Associiilcd CnntlUiona Flackachtr. headache, constipation, z/.iiips.s, nausea, abdominal nore- nc.ss. .stomach nntl intestinal conditions are often caused by Piles. Fistula or Colon Troubles. -Kl-[iagB FREE BOOK explains the nature o! li'esn ailments. Write today—a nosl- carci \v]ll rto. Thornton <t Minor Hospital. Suite 1B12, 911 E. Llmvood, Kansas City 3, Mo. When the United states Military, Academy first oixuied In 1801! U had [ 12 cadets. German Scouts Meet KITCHENER. Canada t/P) — Kirst meeting of a Boy Scout troop com- .sU who attended, fill members ot families recently arrived from Ku- Th«! next day Is Ihe birthday of I • _•_ •'• MCi •* - Bokby, 9. lollowcd by the birthdays ,. "^ . . _..•**•. . , of Ihe twin girls, Marlene and " IH| """""" W> " "'*' " """ "'" (h<lltt y Charlene. 10, and Barbara, 20. Deborah Sue Is 40-year-old Mrs Tryon's 10th child. WORLD'J1 LAIGISTf SHLIII AT I0< ITS HERE! A Week Of Fun For Everyone! SOUTHERN VALLEY SHOWS posed entirely of (Jerinan-.spnnktng nov: are in various stages of learn- boys was lieltt here recently. Tlie' Ing ON HIGHWAY 61 NORTH (Just East of Hlylheville Warehouse Co.) Sponsored by the Ulytheville .Taycecs BIG FREE ACTS NIGHTLY! • Ton Rijj Rides! « Cotton Candy! • Seven Shows! « Snowballs! • Tun lioolhs For « pink Soda Top! All! All the slnff lhat goes \\-ilb a good time at Soutb- ern Valley Show Grounds t E The bridges yet to be crossed THE Life's highway lias ninny bridges lending over Iruiildcd wnters and slill ones. "Though imp ran't cross Iliese Ijridgvs until lliey .-ire reurl i T'- you can hiiild (he bridges heforeltitnd. Thai's what insurance is. hisurance can l)ri<fge (lie K»P tielween your present and your future. 11 will provide you with the financial safeguard (o cover tlie emergencies of fire, windstorm. Ihcft. accidents and many oilier exigencies. Our litisi- ness is insurance. Your business is lo soe thai you have enough insuni.re for all your needs. Consul! wilh us soon. INSURANCE DKPAKT.MKNT — (;. If. 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