The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 14, 1952
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PAGE TEH Bi.YTHEVn.LK (ARK.) COURIER MKWI MONDAY. JULY 14, 1952 Biggest BVD Coming Up- Blythevtlle Vnlue my apecials to go on sale Wednesday In what Day officials have described as the "biKgesl BVD day of the .ummer" Include tin four items pictured above, in picture No 1 a<- tractive watch bands arc offered with „„ added savings opportunity -a trade In value of $1.40 for your old bautl with the purchase of the Five Candidates for Governor Travel Down Backstretch Before new. Picture No. S shorn room lots ( eight rolls) of wallpaper which will be sold in groups at «1, -75 cents and 50 cents- a chance to uaper an entire room at a small outlay, one women's ready-to-wear store w m sell regular $8.95 to S16.95 dresses at the bargain price of $5 ... By Ihe Associated Press The five candidates for the Democratic nomination for governor of Arkansas are traveling down the backstretcli this week in preparation for the July 29 primary. All five will answer tlie same Bet ol questions, compiled by listeners, in 30 minute interviews over Little Rock radio station KLRA on successive nights tins week, plus heavy campaigning through out the state. Rep. Boyd Tackelt hns scheduled f>3 stops In his helicopter borne campaign tour. Chancellor Francis Cherry of Jonesboro lias announced . a series of cnmpaifyi stops, lour radio talkathons and one television appearance. 'Gov. McMath will bring his campaign to Pulaskl County. In weekend activity. Atty. Gen. Ike Murry stild nt Hot Springs that "by politically inspired actions" the Btnte Highway Commission hns cost the taxpayers "4 million dollars worth of new highways in the pnsl three weeks." Chancellor Francis Cherry of Jonesboro will appear tonight on the Little Hock radio Interview: Jack Holt will answer questions on Tuesday; McMath on Wednesday; Murry Thursday, nnci Tackett next Friday. The candidates continue their vigorous campaigning this week with Gov. McMath making his first appearance in Pulaski county. He will speak in North Little Hock. Tlie governor is the last of the candidates to bring his campaign lo tile capital city area. Candidates itineraries for the week: Gov. McMath: Monday—Risen, Pansy, Warren, Wilmar juid Mouti- celio; Tuesday—Conwny and Batcsville: Wednesday — Foreman, Ashway and El Dorado: Thursday — North Little Kock; Friday—Clarlts- ville and Morrilton. and Saturday— FayetteviUe, Lake Wcddingtoii and Russellvllle. Rep. Boyd Tackett: Monday— Gillham. Grannis. Wickes, Vnudcr- voort. Cove, Hatfield, Big Fork, Board Camp, Acorn and Mena; Primary wn. LockcEburg, Mineral Springs, Nashville, Murfrcesboro, Center Point, Dicrfi nnd DeQucen' Wednesday — Saratoga. Columbus' Spring Hill, Palmos, Garland City Taylor, Emerson, Village, McNeil' nnd Magnolia; Thursday — Waterloo, Rosston, Chldestcr, Bluff City, Wholen Springs, Sparknuin, Princeton, Carthage, and Camilcn; Friday — Hermitage, Hamburg, 1'ortland Eudora, Lake Village, Dermolt, McGchce nnd El Dorado; Saturday — Heber Springs. Bntcsville, Newport. Senrcy, Crosselt nnd Pnrn- Kould. AUy. Gen '.Ike Murry; Monday— Scarcy, nnd Walnut Ridge; Tuesday — Jonesboro, Parngould rind Blytheville; Wednesday — Osceolu, H a r r i •; b n r g nnd Forrest City; - Thursday-wy,,,,e, West Memphis nnd Helena; Friday — liriukley, Hiucn nnd Augusta, nnd Saturday -De Witt. Stuttgart, England and Pine Bluff. Chancellor Francis Cherry: Monday — Radio talkathon at Pine Bluff; Tuesday _ Radio talkathon at El Dorado. Caindcu nnd Majjliolin: Wednesday — Radio talkathon at Texarknna and Hope; Thursday — Radio talkathon at Hot Springs, Mnlvern and Arkndelpbla; Friday — Devalls Bluff, Forrest City and Memphis, TV Broadcast; Saturday — Hughes. Mnrinnna, Marvcll and Helena. Jack Holt: Monday — Paris- Tuesday — Lewisville; Wednesday — Camden; Thursday — Brinkley; Friday — Osecola and Blylbevilie, and Saturday — Hot Springs. American Gals Teli 'Miss Italy' She Is Wrong About 'Rigged World Contest' ^^^^^^^^^^^-^ it ^^ "nlso rails" In the *•"« irr,i,,»™. -.,.,._...,.... . . . ° P al »i™i '.mi- Miss Universe in Long Beach Contcst recently ... „,..„ „„„,..,, Calif., do not agree with Miss Italy who said In her native Rome yesterday that an American Blvl should have been, crowned winner. Tile Italian miss contended the contest was ( ri i;8 cd In favor of Miss Finland, who won, as nn Olympic Games publicity stunt, The Italian contestant, Glovanna Mazp.otti. a movie starlet, said she mis particularly impressed with tlie "beauty and perfection" of Miss Louisiana, Jeanne Thompson; Mi' Montana, Valeric Jackson;' Mis New Jersey. Ruth Hampton, nnd others. But thr Loui.siunn entrant.. Miss Thompson, of Dalon Rouge, said It is her opinion "and the consensus of the American girls, I believe" that the Judstcs picked tlie riglit girl, Armi Kuusela, who is Miss Finland. Miss Jackson concurred with her and said that while it was "must gracious" o( the Ilaliail miss to sldcratlons involved, zotli declared. as Miss Maz- NOTICE Notice Is hereby given -Mini the iin(jcrsij;ncd has tiled with, the Corninlssloiwr of Revenues or the Slate of Arkansas for permit to sell ami dispense beer nt retail on (lie premises described ns South Elm Blytheville. Mississippi county. Thn undersigned slates that he is n citizen of Arkansas, of goud mor- H'oin-lcled of n felony or other crime involving moral turniliide; Dint iio license to sell beer by the tnulcr- Drownings, Traffic Mishap Add Three to Death Total Undated Ark Fatalities ..By The Associated Press Violent deaths in Arkansas lor the week cndlnu Sunday midnight reached 11 with the report of two drownhi<;s and a traffic fatality yesterday. Coroner Charley Hubbard said 13-year-old Don Ktlly drowned in j at Newport laic Saturday Hi-Ill. ' wus identified yc:i!cnlay by Dt-ullt.v Coroner Jim Roberts as Linhci' The maiv : ;H>d body was found by n switchman. Roberts .s.-iki Hanil (address unknown) apparently wa-- hil by n ;;wiichiiuj freight train. The both- of Clarence II. Kite ot Curiosity Kills Swimmer in Pool FORREST CfTY, Ark. f/P)— A 13- year-old boy thrust his knee into a small hole in a side wall of tile municipal swimming pool yesterdav ' nnd drowned before could pull him free. Sheriffs Deputy George l'i(egiinr<ls Irvin --" 1-"»J UbVMgC II VIII saltl the youth. Don Kcllcy, apparently out of curiosity stuck liis bejit knee Into the hole, which \vas about seven feet below the surface of Oie water. In WARNING ORDKH (hi: Chancery Court, (Jtik-lci- siiMba Ilislrlct, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Virginia Cantrcll, Pit. vs - No. 12,110 Gene Cantrell, Dft. The defendant. Gene Cantrell, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Virginia CaiilrcII. Dated this 12 day of July, 1952. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Lavcrne Ball, D.C. C. P. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed B, Cook, atty ad litem. 1-14-21-28 8-4 years last past; nnd that the undersigned has never be™ conrici- ed of violating-the laws of this state, or any other slate, relative to (he sale of alcoholic liquors Application Is for permit lo be issued for operation be.qinninR on the 1st day ol August, 1952. am! to expire on the 30 day of June, 1953. Inell Clark, Applicant Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 10 day of July, 1052. O.icar AJexamtcr, Notary Public My Commission expires: 3-12-53. cen ryotol within (Ivc ' R r!u | Courier News Classified Ad; during the Wednesday sale only, as shown In Picture No. 3. A special lot of shoes, both dress and casual styles, will be sold at S! a pair on BVD day. Pictured In Picture No. 4 are a few of the 150 pairs buyers may choose from during the sale. (Courier News J'lmtos) Jeff Speck Enters GOP Drive For Eisenhower in Arkansas LITTLE ROCK «j - Arkansas*.- Republlcans will hold an executive committee meeting here Wednesday to map plans for Gen. Eisenhower's presidential campaign in tlie stiile n;id (o discuss a slate of local candidates. Jeff Speck of Frenchman's Bayou, the GOP nominee lor governor, snid yesterday that he would "suggest" the names of two Eisenhower supporters lo tile committee to lead the general's campaign in Arkansas. Speck, one of the leaders of the Eisenhower movement in the state, denied rumors that some factions of the party want to remove GOP state officers. He said that Ihe party would go into Ihe national and local elections "in n spirit of unity." Speck, who also is a member of tlie Southern Eisenhower conference, announced that he Is naming Robert Roach of Little Hock as state organization director of the "Citii-ens-for-Eisenhowcr" committee. He said this group will organize independent and Democratic voters who want to "work with tlie Eisenhower campaign." He said he will nominate Verne L. Tindnl of Stuttgart as state campaign manager for Eisenhower and Mrs. Prank McGillicuddy of Maivcrn as head of the women's division of the Arkansas campaign. Tiudall is a member of the executive committee and Mrs. McGillicuddy is vice chairman of ihc GOP state committee and chairman of tlie Women's Republican Clubs of Arkansas. WARNING ORDER In (he Chancery Court, Chicka- smvb» District, Mississippi County, Arhans.-is. General contract Purchase Corporation and General Contract Corporation, pits. vs. No. 12.005 James L. Thomas, also known as Lloyd Thomas: Jean Thomas and Bert Warbington, Dits The defendants. James L. Thomas, also known HS Lloyd Thomas, and Jean Thomas, his wife, are hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs, General Contract Purchase Corporation and General Contract Corporation. Dated this 21st day of June, l!)52. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Anita Sykes, D.C. Reid and Roy, attorneys for ptfs. Problem Called NEW YORK m-Partial agreement has been reached on standardization of threads for screw* by the IntfeiTuYciu.mi Organization for Standardization at Columbia University. The committee of 49 delegates from 15 countries considered screws ranging in size from those used In watches to huge machine screws hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Beverly Walker. Dated this 12 day of July, 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Lavcrne Batl, D.C. C. P. Cooper, ally, for ptf. Ed B. Book, atty ad lltem. 7-14-21-28 8-4 even t 'Ma Anti-Jewish Film Banned in Lebanon BEIRUT. Lebanon (Ip>— An anti- Jewish movie filmed in Germany has been banned in Lebanon though this country still is at i with the Jewish state ol IE the south. The film, "Jude Suss," portrays a Jewish character who, by intrigue and treachery, gains control of an entire state. A Beirut theater asked permission to sliow the film here. The government board of censorship approved the film's showing, but the Ministry of Interior inter, vened and forbade its presentation. Banning of the film is tlie latest In a series of actions whereby the Lebanese government has protected its Jewish minority. WARNING ORDEK In the Chancery Court. Cliirka- sawba District, Mississippi County Arkansas. Beverly Walker, Ptf. John Walker, Dft. Tlie defendant. John ANNOUNCEMENT Our office will be closed for two weeks —July 14th through July 27th. J. E. Beasley, M.D. The 48-inch photo-telescope at the California Institute ol Technology, now making a "sky survey", will have done In -I years what it. would take a large reflecting telescope 5,000 years to accomplish. year-round air conditioning makes yours a modern horns : r'PS* yjA? - .-*% ' --•^ = "3i*TS TV'' E/i ;• .&1?^-^&&&&P-* i >-., ^^^^^ ' ,, " •"-•••• • .•••„ .j'.,iii> in V,L;H (,'IH'C It rVllC O the Forrest City Municipal swim- Perry. C,,,. was recovered from nimg pool when his knee became I Bayou Deuu' near Brinkley Sat pipe about four feet stuck in a below the water's surface. A companion, Billy Lour;, summoned lifeguards, who managed to remove the boy alter he'd been under walcr about 10 minutes. Earl Covingtoil. 11. drowned in a stock pond near Searcy yesterday. Witnesses said the youlli drowned when he jumped from r. boat into deep Hater. He could not swim, j Ninctccn-year-oM Gene Sells of DeQueen «MS injured fatally when he apparently fell asleep 'at Hie I wheel of the car he svr.s driving.! The automobile crashed into a bridge on Highway 71. about nine miles east of DeQueen. A man, injured fatal- j ly in the Missouri Pacific yards | unlay. Coroner Gordon Mldkilf said Kilo drowned Friday white fishing. Durini; Ihe past week in Arkans.« 10 people wore killed in traffic accidents anil [our drowned. There was otic reported suicide, one hainl- clrte and ouo death from.a miscellaneous C;U1.S< ¥ . FOR SALE Concrete culverts, n inch to 48 inch, plain or recnforccd. Also Concrete Building Blocks cheari- ;r Mian lumber for barns, .:hWc- rn houses, nump bouses, tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver. Call us (or free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. 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And it's automatic 1 /Jusi flick the switch and the Carrier Home Air Conditioner switchej from healing lo cooling - or the other way around. Remember, loo, that ii's dependable. It's made of lime-tested components by tha people who know air conditioning bed. CITY ELECTRIC CO. Phone 8181 109 S, Fifth St. IT WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK INTO OUR MANY INSURANCE P I, A N S. Wlielhor you \va»l f i r o, .windstorm, aulomolj j| e, hospilal, accident, theft or any other form of special insurance, Tl )c Farmers Bank & Trust Co. can help you. As the oldest and largest insurance agency in Blytheville, our firm is qualified to give you ronip'lcle service. We represent only old- line, legal reserve companies . . . offering you tlie best possible protection — at the most reasonable cost. COMPLETE PROTECW rslP* ^i^^m THE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT — G. H. ROBSON, Manager FARMERS DAMI/& TRUST D AN l\ COMPANY The Oldest Bank In Mississippi County "Tl.MK TUIK1) — PANIC TESTED" V.n.l.C.—510,000 Each deposit ^Irmbrr J>den»l Hc.spr^f: Sjslcm

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