The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1951 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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WEDNESDAY, DBCfiMBER It, Wife Is 'Cautious' as Missing Husband Is Reported as ROW By Tb« R»d-h«lred M»). Oen. William F. Deaa hu been reported wounded, lead or captured K many times In the p«it 17 month* his wife «nd mother yesterday found reports that he was In the hands of Commu- nisU "almost too good to be true" Word that the Reds list him amonf their prisoners is the most definite •talement on what happened .to him since he led a smnll party of his 24th Division out of flaming Taejon In (he early months of the Korean War and then went • to hunt for more American Strae- <"* lers - • Afraid of Elation "I'm afraid to let myself get too elated," his wife, Mildred Dean, said in Berkeley, calif., yesterday when informed by The Associated Preis of his reported POW status. "It's wonderful.. It's almost too good to be true. "But those peace talks have been going so poorly, you can't tell wh«t will happen, We still have to keep our fingers crossed ,«nd kep hoping." Mother Prays Dean's mother, 11-year-old Mrs Charles Watts Dean, said: "I've been praying for his safety these many months. "I'm very, very happy. "At times I lie.ird rumors that raise! my hopes then there would be silence. Then despair because there was nothing to substantiate the rutnors," Halley Orders New York Staff Not to Talk with Reporters NEW YORK. W, _ city Council President Rudolph Hallo/ hns ordered his 11-memtier staff not to talk to or associate willi newspapermen, particularly reporters assigned to City Hall. Halley, 38, rode into city office in the Nov. 6 elections on a wave of popularity touched all by h!.s work as counsel for the Senate Crime Investigating committee. The committee hearings were widely publi- Hollywood Continued from Page 8 workhij for am Utllr as S250 a week. Tho day, of »1000-a week support- Q&t pl»j-er» are jone forever.- ON THE RECORD' GEORGE O'HANLON, on his divorce action against Martha stewart: "I did it because I love her so much. I'll always be in love with Martha." A NEWCOMER Bonita Granvllle's big movie hit ••These Three," may be re-made by Fidelity pictures with kid star Gig! Perreau . . . Michael O'Shea will play the role of famed Brooklyn bridge Jumper Steve Brodie In Sammy Puller's historical newspaper film, "Park Row." Dorothy Shay dropped a bundle •t Lai Vegas. An investment In » golf course, not via the dice . . . Marie it down as likely that Bhonda Fleming will star In "A Likely Story," which Dick Powell will direct at Paramount. * * * Huefcjr Vincent Edward*, calf- eyed over Shelley Winters for months, was wearing a dazed look at the Encore after being informed by Shelley that she Intends to marry Italian movie king Vittorio In FamiTlor Fifth •r distinguished sized by the press, radio and television. The gag order was discovered late yesterday. Members of Halley's staff, formerly friendly, passed reporters' in City Hal! lobby without speaking. The quiet, sweeping curb on press relations decrees that any inquiries by newspapermen must be referred to Halluy personally or to Stuart Shcrtel, his assistant in charge of press relations. Gassman. "I hope," rulped Vincent, "that Shelley will invite me to the wedding." • • * Overheard: "The bert ye.n ef her life are figured In man-hours." A native of Io»'a Is called a Hawkeye. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned nas filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as Huffman Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past: and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this slate, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic Hq- JOLLY TIME ron vova HOLIDAY FUN POP CORN Tonrs to enjoy ... the firorite. Bonded Bourbon of Kentuckiani. Forever jrour* to treasure . ; . the distinguished Diamond Decanter, with K,M 32-facet stopper. For pft or piejt, insist on Of.D FIT7GEKALD today ... at better package stores and bars everywhere, OLD FITZGERALD OLD , ESMB. IOUISVILIE, KV. i App!Jc«Mon If for permit to be It- Hied for operttlon beglnn|n« on the Ut day of January 1«»2, gn d fc, ex . plre on th« 30 day of June, 1»5J Wayne Cole, ..... . Applicant Subscribed »nd srorn to before me this 18 day of December, 1951. Irene Wallace, Notary Public My Commission expires: S-26-'55. ORDINANCE NO, 5M AN ORDINANCE FIXING THE SAI.ARV OF THE MAYOR OF BI.VTHEVILI.E, ARKANSAS, PROVIDING FOR PAYMENT THEREOF ANI> REPEALING AIX ORDINAXCCB IN CONFLICT THEREWITH WHEREAS, the present salary of the Mayor of Blythevllle, Arkansas is entirely Inadequate for the duties and re«ponsibllltie« which are placed upon said official; and. WHEREAS, the said salary is far less than salaries provided for said official by other cities of similar size and standing in the State of Arkansas; and, WHEREAS, the City of Blyttie- ville, Arkansas needs the full time services of i(s Mayor in the hand- THE SONGS OF CHRISTMAS N«w w, com. (» Ac 5h»)r of o« W *. g «ot «wieii< jnorterpseces of otl hme, George fred*f«k Handel's "The MeMMh." K i, AwbtM if My ,«,!« «* <rf MHK liosdaw more for mankind tko. Hm iMarufce** •rotori*. " ' """"I." .yu JT2T *«»*' i " i *X rf *• ™»« «* 'r, «««t on row', spiritual hos b*« o 9r«ot «hicl« for charity. Lil.roll, it h« "f«j lU •unary, el»H>e<l Hit iwked, comforted the sorrowinj.- lina- o( its business than it was entitled to and could be expected in the past on the basis of the salary fixed for snid olficlal; nnd WHEREAS, the savings which can be effected in the reduction of the employee payroll of the City Illustrated by Wo It Scott Ger of Blythevllle, Arkansas, by the additional time devoted to affairs of the said municipality by the Mayor will more than offset the increase in salary at the Mayor and will in addition thereto effect material benefits for the City; now. , rroon born but English by odoptwe, me*e and a controversial figure o) Sis time. Hh carter MS ••*. cnww of failgrtt end uicc*»n. I* hn hoMwoM Ma* a. uel, disarming Mi appMw*. ' THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF BIA'THEVILLE, ARKANSAS: Section !. That the salary of the Mayor of the City of Blythevllle Arkansas, beginning Janiury i 1952. be, and the same Is hereby fixed at the sum of $1.800.00 per annum, payable in monthly installments on the first day of each calendar month In the turn of $400.00 Section 2. All ordinances »nd part* of ordinances in conflict here- with are hereby repealed. Dated: Dec 11, 1951 APPROVED ATTEST D ° > ' e Hr!nd " S0 W. I. Malin, City Clerk 406 W. Main Phone 4591 HAND-SCREENED CLOTHS 54 i 54 Incbet 279 Big assortment Nice enough for company. Excellent quality m«r- cerlred corton wirh rexture weave .background. l auortaMnl of pottemi and GIFT-BOXED MUFFLERS AtKrM colon VU rTaro« wool Choow frofn'a big, eelofful selection at Wards low price. Smart knit rayons, handiome all-wools in herringbone or basket weaves, bright plaidi or solid toton. Each mufficr •nwrtry boxed for gift-giving. WESTERN SHIRT-TIE SET . i/ f . 69 Boy,' «/«• 4-12 Tailor** h, a««i«,tk W»st t rn ityling with 3-button cwffj, gold-piped aort pockets. Assorts rf cotton Horm«l prlrih, Sanforized for per.-nonent fil. Printed royon ti,, metol rtwrt^d loop. Smart sift box.d, GIFTS FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Com* and shop at Wards now. You'll find lh« widoit possibl* assortment of gifts made to give practical pleasure to everyone on your list—and all reasonably Ward priced. STORE HOURS 9:00 AM TO 9:00 PM FINGER-TIP GIFT SET , I ^O aaaoa quality l,*Jf 4 j vc colan Diey'r. P«rftet for „„„,,, attractive 0 , ploc. mal , Of chorminq Christmas gifti. Four 1 1x18' thick cotton fe,ry lowel, wrih Wri9ed borderj M - x |hem c|e In !h«ir comraitlng decorator ^hade). Gift boxed. 0 2.79 GIVE NOVELTY SUPPERS 2.79 °" d 2.98 Practical flifh mot are like toys to youngiteri. Warm f*lt wi* «ml-»tiff, long-wearing leather lolei. o to 1. @ Klinky Klovm !« Ha'ly colored, hoi o real bell. ® Here's Rudolph the Reindeer, fed noie ond oil. WOMEN'S FRILLY PANTIES 1.00 »*«.*-. be prerrtef. Briers and flat* ftyte* I lavishly with appliques, lovely laces, daMy long wearing nylon net. To s«« them \t to want Pink, blue, whtte. Smafl, medium, lor«« SLIP AND PANTY GIFT NETS ft>Ai*TM m*« ' .69 jt look Itwough *• »»ophan« window of rh« gHt bo* ro M* tfx («« trimmed panly ond ruffl«-h«« ilijw f to* rwv» embroidery, too. Haitk-back ponlyi +. h whit*, tw« or pMi. &x« 4 ta 14. J CAROL BRENT FRAME HEELS */ tjuatfty J.39 full hshtonetl Exquiiite nylons wilh dark frame heels for ankle- I nailery. Sheer 15 denier, 51 gauge in the newest I and most popular shades for fall. Siies 8'/j to'Hi CAROL 8RENT dark icam, 15 denier, 60 gauge, ei 15

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