The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 6, 1952
Page 5
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J WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1952 KING GEORGE ^»>»". J «*»"»**T«, sMterinc Y.ur.E prince who didn't want U> „ . ..... „ „„ _. .„, „ 1 — tbl» WM Ih« transformation ih«t took place diirlaf the aiuit Ul« o( Hi BLYTHEVII.LE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIV€ f Hls Pe °p |e "" h Uhll S M* of th« dr»nu that uw the development of a klnf »l cluractcr -a kb* who wan to ,lve up hb throne in IMS e lhan two years In order I. marry "the » O L,, I love." Grain 'Funds' Sought WASHINGTON (AP)-A survey ilioiml today Die government had aken legal action lo collect nboul $^,875.00(1 from 15 storage (tons In connection with aliened shortages of eniiJis sud other farm products storert under price Mipiiort pro- Construction Okayed I-ITTI.E ROCK 'API — Construction at a controversial road project In Grant and Saline counties hns b?«i authorized l>y the State Highway Department. hlih ' hl«h- h V , r ' nce * bert " ew "!> '" 'he shadow of his more colorful, brother. Edward, Prince of Wales. The world knew much '" 11 WaleS 5MrS ^f 0 " he »"«eeded to the brl>thcr ' Alb " t . lhe »«"e of » VL II "^ W "f '?* 0lTiClal cor "" ! ' tl »" Photograph of Kinic r^ VL II va. the portrait of a kins: destined io face the most critical years In Empire history. The Duke of York, happily married in 19?3 In Lady Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Howes-Lynn and father of two lovely da'uKhtcrs, found the life of an Kngllsh country gcjilkmaii much la his lihlnB. King Fdwanl's abdication 111 1037 forced Albert into a new and much more strenuous role. As Die new Kinst Giorge VI. he drew heavily on the 8lreu B th of two women-Ills wife, ((ueeii Elizabeth, and the Iron-willed Dowa B er (lucen MAry. j"i.r'"* "I"' """•^ '" hls se " p i« »nd {id 4o" bomb-snalteeed BritalrL :d, his people loved the king as another victim of the bliti But still hi > Latvia* Canc*/i Story ' Of B»ing Lured to Soviet Cmbatty to Be Kidnaped BTOCKHO1.M, Sweden (AP) Swedish poliw tay thnt under t their quwtkmlng a h'uaky young ! Latvian lumberman last night I canceled his B tory that h« was lured to the Soviet Embassy to ' be kidnaped to Russia. The polic* said he had only changed his mind quite suddenly about returning to his homeland, •which ls"part of Russia, and fled the Sorlet Embassy, vhere he had gone voluntarily to arrange repatriation. The 21-year-old timber worker, Xirars Ozollnch, had raced into a nearby machine shop, shouting: "Help! The Russians are after me. Call the police." Head Courier News Classified Ads Wednesday & Thursday "HIS KIND OF WOMAN 1 ' Robert Milclnim Jane Russell RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "TRIPLE CROSS' Joe Kirtwood, Jr. & Cathy Dmvns Friday "WARDEN BIG HOUSE" Viclnr McT.ngleii, Jackie Cooper & Peggy Morgan Hoyti Wreck Fatal to One •-.i'. •&.••• : " it;V,..i!.^:..._ . . HAYTI. Mo., W) — Claude A Woodall, a 53-year-old Stuttgart, Ark., rice buyer was killed near here yesterday when his automobile and truck collided on U S Highway 61. Woodall is survived by a daughter, Mary Ann; a son, John, who lives in California, and a brother Paul of Stuttgart. His wife was killed In a traffic accident two years ago. Better Cough Relief When new drugs or o!d fail to slop your cough or chest cold don't delay Creomulsion contains only safe, helpful, proven ingredients and no nar- co»cs (o disturb nature's process It goes right to the seat ot Ihe- trouble, to aid nature soolhc and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial membranes Guaranleed to please you or drugeisl refunds money. Creomulsion hasslood the test of many millions ot users CREOMULSION nlint, c.«c(u, c*«it Cold., Atlrt. IroiKtlK, MOX Phone 4621 Show Starts Wcekflays 7:tin Sat.-Sun. 1:00 Always a Double Feature Last Times Tonite 'THE OUTLAW" .lane Russell • Jack Butcl The Original Picture Complete in Every —PLUS— Also 2 Shorts Thursday & Friday THURSDAY & FRIDAY ONLY THE TOUGHEST GOT THER!... ROD CAMERON COLO* sr CINECOLOR R*d bi WUIEI K«Sffl • InitM tr lain Seinij • 5I;« ui tomfo tt ta Hm • * fcmi Wn W. R. Sudd Sfiff PHOENIX. Ariz. W<— Trunk murderess Winnie Rulh Judd evaded autlioritlos for the fourth day since her escape from the Arizona Stal* Hospital. It's aspirin »t Its h$t...' WED.-THURS. Shows at 7 & 9 p.m. GEM THEATER "Osceoio's Finest" One ride and You'll say: "Thats the Smartest Million Dollars BUICK Ever Spent" W HEN \ve tell you that every 1952 Buick rides like a million dollars, we're not just slinging slang —we're talking real money — right-on-the- barrelhead cash. A million dollars and more were poured into research and testing — design and tools—engineering, production and components — to team up the combination of ride features you'll find on a Buick—and on no other car in the world. A million dollars and more was the price paid to work out control of end- sway and side-roll on curves-to double- check vertical "throw" with shock absorbers and big soft-acting coil springs for all four \vheels-to Y-brace the torque-tube keel and X-brace the frame—to cushion body and engine — and to silk out the whole operation with Dynaflow Drive.* lou may not care how the job was done, or what it cost. But we'll lay you this: You're going to say "thanks a million" to Buick engineers once you get this spirited smoothie under your hands and haunches: Old familiar roads take on a new smoothness. Gone are the weave and wander, the jitter and jounce that you've felt in 4csser cars. You ride with road-hugging assurance and level ease. All of which only begins to tell you what really great cars these 1952 Buicks turned out to be. Never before have style and stamina- comfort and character —power, performance and price been brought together with such satisfying skill. The obvious thing for you to do is come in and look them over. How about taking half an hour off to do that-today? Sure is tm r r f* for 5i IVhen belter automobiles are built BUICK will build them Also Seleclcd Shorts LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK Co., Walnut & Broadway, Phone 4555

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