The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 2, 1952
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TAGE SIX (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1953 AEC Seeks Higher Priority for Work; lt f s Running Behind By FKANK CAIllIV ,\ I 1 Sfh'iire KoporU-r WASHINGTON L-ft—The Atomic Energy Commission, farctt with s\ delay in building its hydrogen bomb nifttt-rijils plunl, is -seeking "a higher priority than even the military" hits on certain scarce consiruction iioms, AEC Chairman Gordon IJoan disclosed today. "We're slightly behind schedule nt Suvannnh River," Dean totd The Ai-'SocJaU'd PIPSS in sn exclusive SHE'S WELL-SUlTED-Jnnet Small models Ihe type ot bnthmg nii't to be worn by all contestants in the first annual Miss Universe Beauty Pageant, winch will lake place in Long Beach,'Calif., June 23-29. The girls will be allow tt a choice of one ot (our colors when selecting their suits. iei view. He was referring to Ihe big plant, ow under construction In South a roil nti, where the AEC says it ill nsakc materials usable cither >r A-bombs, the projected II- omb, ov lor possible peacetime Ion)ic power. Dean Sought ?r>n was a.skcd lo approve the In Ins nf Hie entire atomic pro- r nUer his nearly two years s AEC chairman. it•iijutinjf the Savannah River sitiiKtion partly LO H shortage f j-trtK tural steel, .s : ncc ended, I junly to a .shorVttge of stain- i ^lcp! tubing, nJcke' and coji- . Uoaii said he H'ns .sure the ciay could be ovon onie If the L L'C pets the priority it is lifter. Military Ov»]K«es Infornuilton In the s:i]iie intcrviow'. IJcim re- o;ilcd he would like to give the nblic more infornihtion on tlie lower of n bomii exploded at Eni' ;mo»c last year, us P gutclc lo >lnnning "inteHifiiMljy" for civil lefcnso ti^atnst uLoir.ic attack. Hut he said Un>t su far "I huvc iad opposition from military circles." "They feel thai it would give significant military infonnntion U lie Russians. liuL I don't think It s ien.-illive information. . . . Yoi A'OiJ'Jn't be disclosing how the boiii b was niH dc." John O. Percy Knew It Was April Fool's Day —But It Cost Him SOUTH SAN FRANC fSCO ffl>) —The caller snltl John O. Percy's home was on lire hut Pevcy knew It was April 1. A second call got the .same treatment. Just another April Fool's Day prankster. Bui after the Urtrri call, Percy, now a little doubt ul. hurried home. II was on fire. Damage was estimated at $5,000. Author Fercng Molnar Dies After Illness NEW YORK MV—Author Fer Mohmr T4, whose "Llliotn" hocam a theatrical classic, riled ycsterdnj after R long Illness. The Hungarian born. Molnar came lo the U.S. li 134G as a refugee. Read Courier News Classified Ads JOEY KNOWS IT'S SPRING —Joey, the Particular Penguin, perfectly portrays f» determined housewife as he goes about Uriy- ing-up his quarters at the ton- don T.QQ. Joey has lived most ol h is 32 yen rs in cvi pi i v i t y, n nd Jikes things "jusC right." Sen. Coin Warns Of U.S. Policy NEW YORK MV—Sen. Harry P Cain iR-Waish) suit! last night tha "The bi-partisan foreign jwllcj leads logically f if extouied, to a one-party system which could de stroy the United talcs o! America.' "The nation would be in mud hcttor condition Uxlay." he said en a TV program, 'if a loyal, vig ilant and dynatnic opposilon ha< l)Gcn in existence tiuritig Worh War II." Most of Ihc primates (so-cnllcc "highest" group of animals whlc Includes man) live in Irees. A BOY AT CALVARY By Jay Heavilin and Walt Scott That Sakron's parents would tet him go fo Jerusalem to sec Ihc outlaw Burobbos was unthinkable. Shfl he could osk. That night fhc bo/ did: 'Father, 1 wish to gfc to Jerusalem,' 'You mean a Passover pi!- grima r gc?' Yes, yes, of course/ answered Sakioji quickly. J In high holiday ipirits, Sckron onA Hiret ft'ttndi set out for the golden capital. Entering BetrV art/, on the outskirts of Jerusalem, the four sow a large crowd around the house ol one Simon, the lep«f. Though hts fritndi *«« impoti«nt to reoc Jerusalem, Sakron ran to the crowd an Itomed that a man who could, it w« claim« heal tht lick and raiw the dead wat st with Simon. Already ftw prinh of the tM»l* f«md tfw man's htlowing. Wh<rt wovU tWy do when H* entered (Mr city <or the holickryi? Saliroti ntjok«d. TTiij Jeiut o* Nazareth might product t>cit«Mnt. Farewell to Flagstad NEW YOIiK I/Pi — Kirslcn Pl sUid W£LS plvet) a farewell oi-ation i\t the Metropolitan Opera I the granting of said letters. If not so prr-.scoted within such Ume, they v,'UJ be forever 'barred; and those claims presented within six rnonths IN TUB I'KOIIATE COURT KOH TUP: CHICKASAWliA DISTBICT, MlSSISSiri*! COUNTV, AKKANSAS No. 2100 In the Matter of the Estdtc of j. it. Dauibol;i.>>ki, Decea.scti. Notice Ls hereby given thnt letters testamentary of adniini.stratiot were granted to the undersigned upon the estate of J. R. Bombolaski deceased, on the 1 day of April 1952, by the probate court for the Chickasawha District, Mb:slss!pvj County, Arkansas. All persons having claims or demands against said estate must present them authenticated to the undersigned for allowance before th! end of one year from the date o: 2 BEDROOM BRICK—$11,500 One nf the Itfst tirick cnnlriictitrs In the bll^tIless has assured UK Unit this would itnicEi niorR In replace nt todays Itriw.s. i\ brick mason's sculc Is S-1 )wv hour and you CIIH couiU »n finislied brick costing $125 per thousand to lay ... .so this home Is a KKAL VAI-UK. This home lius many desirable features . . . located on 70 t(. lot, concrete drive, r|iih:l puved street, brick on lutllovs- tile i-on- struo.tluu, Clustered walls f lifetime screens ami frames, Venetian blinds, gas heating system, automatic attic fun, dis;ipjtcarJng stairs, insulated attic, 12x18 living room with cornices and drapes, built- in bar between dining room and kitchen which IKIS wood cabinet s, file walls and Hot point stove. Has utility room, tile bat)) and shower, hull t-In. blanket chest In. hall and large closets. A wonderful buy. $5,400 DOWN — $54.07 MONTHLY SYBIL PHILLIPS I'h. 8350 MRS. JOE SHANKS —Hrukers— I'h. 6138 from date ol said letters, l have priority over those /ilecl alter the iapse of .such six months. Dated this 1 day of April, 1962. Rose Bombalaskl, Executrix Jane Botnbolaslu, Executrix Exccutrices address: 1701 W. Chick- a£awba, Blylhevllle, Aikansu. G. W. Barham, attorney. Guard Building, Blytheville, Arkansas. 406 W. Main Phone 4591 EASTER VALUES FOR MEN WASHABLE RAYON POPLIN j 9 no *-* 7O Long s/eeve* Handsome as can be and perfect for spring leijurft Of dress wear. Crease-resisrant royon poplin in popular solid colors, Two-way collar, matching but- loni. Hand-wash. Small, rned., m«d.-large, large. REG. T.98 PERMA-FIT SHIRT Sanforized 1 .67 Sizes 14-17 Combed white broadcloth Shirt, with double-wear col tar. Compare with narional brands ar hlghef prices — see why Perma-fifs save you money. REG. 2,29 2-STAR white broadcloth shirts 1.97 WHERE CAN I BUY Builders Hardware Plumbing Fixtures Pipe and Fixtures Nails Electric Fixtures Electric Wire Paint Carpenter Tools Shot Guns Fishing Tackle Sporting Goods • Hotpoint Appliances • Toys • Gift Goods • Cooking Utensils O Silverware O Electric Clocks • Dishes 9 Furniture • Small Elec. Appliances • Household Goods • Sewing Machines NEW SPRING NECKWEAR Good quality / *«/^ Ideal gifis Fine myon jacquards, foufards and oil -over print i in experlly blended color combinations, sure ro please any man. All are lined fo re sis f wrinkles, BETTER QUALITY Men's Ties .............. 1.45 MEN'S RAYON DRESS SOCKS Reg., slack length Sizes IO-22 Handsome — and piactical. Body is kml of tustrouj rayon yarns. Heel and toe reinforced wilri mercerized coltan for extra long wear — where it's needed. Assorted patterns in attractive light colors. Be Wise - For All Your Needs Shop At The Modest HOME ECONOMY MEN'S DRESS BELTS Carefully ttyEed tap- gradc leathers In rich brown, black or ton. fn 1 and I 1 /** widths. "PARIS" Belts froml.SO . 109 West Main Phone 4585 WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS IOC ,, firmly woven imoolh cotton wiih hemstitched quarter-inch harden. Man-sited, 17 irchst iquore. Sto<k up now. S7.9I DRESS SHOES FOR MEN 5.98 „„ 7.98 rn rich burgundy—just two of the many styles avoil- abfe; made lo rigid quality standard! for fang w*ah B Handsome Herald Squares, composition sole*. E Wards Grenadiers with durabfe Wardolit* iol«*.

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