The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1952 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

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PAGE TWO .I- BLYTHBVIU-E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS A BOY AT CALVARY' THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1991 By Jay Heavilin and Walt Scott Mommert rtmg out as Sakroti reoched tKe summit of Golgotha. Jesui ond two thicket, Oismos and Geifos, cofidemncd fo di< wirii Him, we^e being nailed to their crosses. Dark wot tke »iy am) bright the blood that trkkled from the pierced palms and feef of the rhree men ai the crouet were pushed upright into gaping holev A sign above Jesus' hear! cast a shadow on three soldiers rattling dice for the garments of the "Messiah." Sokron mode out fke words: "Jesus of Nozore'rh, the King ol the Jews," Missouri River Flood Waters Turn City Into One of Canals ^ PIERRE^ S. D. Wi—Streets of | Cross officials e.stimaled about j l.COO persons already were home! less. I It was Pierre's worst flood in j 71 yrar.s. i A crest of 25 feet was expected .line lime (oday. The Missouri nt 'f'.\ fi flint nl O lict nlrp^.t R upward. The "Big Muddy" spilled ojllo abo iue nig Muany • spujctl oillo .bout 100 blocks of Pierre and all slood at"23.o'"feet' atT lasTnlght May inn ™« Pl «™. » t<"«l of about and the swirling water was climb- City 100 pcrsons^ncross me river. Red I ing at a rate of half a foot an calling hour. Flood stage here Is IS feet. Army engineers Issued flood warnings for downstream cities along the rampaging stream. The crest wns expected to hit Sioux City, la., Monday or Tuesday, and swirl Into Omaha, Neb.. April n-18. Mayor Ralph Henderson of Sioux City proclaimed an emergency calling for evacuation of 200 homes. the stockyards am) a pnckim; plant on Friday. National Guardsmen were mobilized for the emergency. The Wealher Bureau at Omaha forecast a crest two feet above the 20.0-foot levees creeled to protect that city and neighboring Council Bluffs, la. Water was up to three feet deep In the Pierre business section, : Basement walls and foundations of two business places caved In. Army "ducks" and Coast Guard ! boats hauled slocks from flooded stores and evacuated residents of 1 flood-swept homes. A Coast Ouard' helicopter freed isolated ranchers.' THE WINNER of our drawing last Saturday JOHNNY YOUNG OFARMOREL, ARK. •ron the new International Harvester Refrigerator Thanks to All of You for Coming to the Showing! DELTA IMPLEMENTS iv Many people!; of the world have no Idea that property at a dead person can or should he distribu- 1 ted according to his will. '•* — BLYTHEVIUE.ARK- TRADE-I LLOWAHCE FOR YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR...ON A BEAUTIFUL NEW PHILCO.. TAKE UP TO MONTHS TO PAY ^^_^^^ I, Bill |HII«JB^U^ VAIRY LOW PRICE 7 CUBIC FT. PHILCO , . . it's today's big value in a big capacity refrigerator. Spacious full width horizontal freezer locker. Horizontal quick chiller. Full width corrosion- proof shelves. Glass covered Crisper. An outstanding value . . , See it now. 209 95 Philco Exclusively at Hubbord & Hoke LIKE TWO REFRIGERATORS IN ONE . . . With 2 cubic foot built-in freeier . . . Fully adjustable shelves . . . Twin crispers. in addition, the Philco Dairy Bar. Butter Keeper. New Key Largo color. Sensational value at this price. Only Philco offers you these many features. HUBBARD & HOKE APPLIANC

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