TWO =ss; BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Missouri River's Biggest Flood SweepsDownstream After Dropping Slightly PIERRE, g D. ift— History 1 , greatest Missouri River flooi ewept toward downstream commu nitlcc today after dropping her slightly overnight from its recon crest of just over 25 feet. Army engineers' gauges showed i M.76 foot reading at mldnlgh <CST). But with uprlvcr tributarle. still pouring In huge quantities o wxlcr, they refused lo sny tti< crest has passed. Flood stage her Is IS feet. The big muddy river, normal!} A thousand feel wirio, spread over five miles to engulf all but three blocks of rsearbv Port Pierre and SO blocks of Illis South Dakota capital. The Red Cross declared 12 Ne braska and Iowa counties disaster areas as the unrelenting torreii swirled southward. In South Da kota, 13 counties fought the raging river and Its tributaries. Flood! also were reported in North Da kotfl, Minnesota ruin Montana. Damages from the overflow.- mounted into the millions of dollars. At South Sioux City, Neb.. Ihe flood pushed through a dike yesterday to drive out 250 families The Red Cross also reported that Sioux City, la., readied plans to care for one thousand families expected to be driven out when the crest hits there about Monday The downstream cities of Omaha, Neb., nnri Council Bluffs, la. girded against « predicted crest of 28.5 feet, some six feet above that which brought havoc In the WMU Meet! The Baptist- Womens Missionary Union he4d their monthly business meeting Monday night at the church. Mrs. Broughton l.ovett gnve the opening prayer. During the business session, with Mrs. Albert Oreenwell, president, presiding, reports were given by the varioua committee chairmen and offerings were made for the Fred Carter yurvd. Plans were also made to send clothing to tornado- ttricken Milligan Ridge. Mrs. Ed Williams offered the closing prayed. WSCS Mecti ;Th« monthly business meeting of. the Melhofllst Women's Society ef Chrtatlan Service was hald Mqn day. »<t*r»oon at the chu:*" Jj^ljfeo^p'-Bnve the d .. MfS.*.^Jj«'^^Hulllns and Ikfrs *ji->v- ner ;*•»!],-local and district WSCS delogates to the North Arkansas Conference, gave reports on the sessions they attended in Little Rock. H»sb»nrlj Are Guests Husbands of the members of the Fidells Sunday School Class of • First Baptist Church were guests when Mrs. Parker Bon-en entertained the class at her h'ome, Tuesday night. The Easier motif was carried out In decorations. Pansles In a low bowl of cut glnss formed a centerpiece for the lace- draped refreshment table. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. A. L, Greemvell, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Whttaker, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butkin. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bussey, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Cash, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Yates, Sr., Dr. nnd. Mrs. Charles Price. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lynch. Mrs. James cobb. Mrs. J. R. CrJleman. Mrs. Pauline Corkran and Mr. Bmven. Sunday School Class Meets The Barksdaie Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met Tuesday night at the chiurch for a social and business meeting. Horace Lee Wllf gave the devotional. Mrs. Buck Jones was In charge of the games played after the business session. Class members attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Medlin. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rny. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Edringlon Jr., Mr. and Mrs. NorVBl Byers. Mr. anil Mrs. Lamar McDanlel, the Rev. and Mrs. D. B. Bledsoc, Jack Henderson. Dwight Anderson. Mrs. Richard Perkins, Mrs. Amon Bowie, and Gordon Keen. Phllathea Class Meets The Baptist Phllathea Sunday School Class met Tuesday night at the church for their regular business meeting followed by a social at lhe home of Miss Norma Anderson. Members present were Mrs. G. A. Smilh, Mrs. Jim Germany, Mrs. Robert Nelson, Mrs. Ralph Robinson, Miss Annie Rue Rowland. Mrs. Marshall Woodward and Mrs. A. E. Clark. last great Hood of 1943. If the forecast holds true, Missouri water will climb two feet higher there than the protecting dikes erected after that most recent disaster. The Red Cross had mobile power units nnd canteens en route lo nil threatened areas. One such unit was in service at PI. Pierre alter Ihe water knocked out the main power plant. Volunteers, InhorfiiR through the night, kept the Pierre plant in operation by plugging leaks in the sandbag dikes. More than 1,600 residents of Pierre and Ft. Pierre (combined population fi.400) w!io hnve been driven from their homes are being cared for by emergency facilities. Water purification plans were rushed in late yesterday as Die murky flood swept Into Ihe last of four wells supplying Pierre. Insurance men today gave unofficial estimates of one million dol- Inrs damage to the two cities, with business places—80 per cent ol them inundated—suffering heaviest loss. The Minnesota River, nt flood stage along its 100-mile course from New Ulrn to Minneapolis, drove oul scores of'farm families last night. Crews at Mnnkato, where the river caused n disastrous flood last .spring, labored lo bolster protective dikes. Farmers Driven Out A score of famille.s were driven from homes in Minneapolis and St. Paul when the Mississippi started to rise. It is expected to hit IB.5 feel, 30 Inches over the flood singe, this week end. In Montana, the Milk River went up 18 inches «t Mnltn last nlRht but was reported dropping in the northern part of the slnte niter driving 3,000 persons from their homes and cnuslng an estimated two million dollars property damage. At Pnrgo, N. D., the Red River hit n 24.5 level, ly, feet above flood singe, despite temperatures that slowed the melting of snow. Weather forecasters predicted n 34 fool crest nnd serious flooding within the next week there and nt Moorhead, Minn., across the river. Pierre Flood Refugees Feast on Venison at Deer Break Legs PIERRE, S.D. I/TV-Flood refugees being fed In Pierre feasted on venison last night. Two of 17 deer attempting to swim from a Hooded Island suffered broken legs by huge Ice cakes In the stream and had to be destroyed. Chief Game Warden Virgil Johnson ordered the meat turned over lo the Red Cross. Formalities Hold 'Ike' in Europe Backers Expect Him Home as Soon as His Obligations Are Met By MARVIN I,. ARROWS.Mmi WASHINGTON </T|-Kcy backers of Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhower for President look for announcement of his resignation ns European defense commander "us soon us a few International formalities have been met." A lop echelon supporter put It that way tcilay in discussing what he snld Is the general belief of those running the campaign lo win the Republican presidential nomination for Eisenhower. Declining tn be named, this Eisenhower booster told a reporter, "I have ewry reason lo believe" the seneral's resignation has been submitted to President Truman, prob- nbly through Secretary of Defense Lovett. Leaders In the Eisenhower political camp nrc known to feel n resignation announcement will be made us soon as the President has formally notified other Nnrth Atlantic 7'rciity nations of Elsenhow- er's reported desire to be relieved of his commfuicf. There wns speculation, too. that Truman niny want to mnkc some international soundings on a successor before the general's plans are announced. Elsenhower's personal choice reportedly Is his chief of .staff, Gen. Alfred M. Grucnther. The Red Cross has collected nbout two pints of blood In Ihe United •States for every American man and woman in uniform since the Korean ft'ar began. TODAY, ' 11, Fir si Monroe, Then Neff as Nude Appearances Take on a 'Trend' By DOB THOMAS HOM,YWOOF'?«V_Thls Could be R trend. First, Marilyn Monroe appears unclothed In a calendar photograph taken In her less successful days. Now HIMeirardc Nell admits that she did a scene in the altogether for a German - made rnovic. Miss Neff, who has been termed Germany's best contribution to the U. S. since Marlene Dietrich, is frank about the whole thing. In this respect, she differs from Uedy Latnarr, who has long been touchy about the birthday - suit bathing scene she did many years ago in "Ecstasy." The Neff nude scene appears in "The Sinner," which she made In Germany about a year ago, "I didn't know about the scene until I had agreed to make the picture," she related. "I harl agreed to do the film because it was such a wonderful part for a woman. I played the daughter of a rich German family which Is impoverished by the war. The girl becomes a woman of the streets. "After a sinful career, she falls in love with an artist. She becomes a mode!. That is when the nude scene lakes place. She poses' for Win, nnd there Is .1 playful tussle in which he drops her in the lake. "When I learned about the scene. 1 was n little hesitant. But I had already signed and the part was too good to pass up. Besides, the scene was not thrown in lor sensationalism; It had a direct bear- Ing on the plot." "I think n dress with a plunging neckline is much more sexy and suggestive than actual nudity," Miss Neff observed. "It Is what Is not seen that stimulates people, not what is seen. New Liberty News Mr. nnd Mrs. Chuck Cater and daughter of Mlllfiigton, Tcnri., were t!i week-end guests of Mrs. eater's parent, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Mc- Donaid. Mr, and Mrs. James Russell of St. Louis ore here to visit Mrs. Russell s parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mrs. J. A. Payne of Tampa. Fla , Mrs. Hugh Wright. Mrs. R. L. Payne, undersigned has never been convicted of violating Die laws of Oils state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors Application is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning o n the 1 rlay of July. 1952. and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1953. _ . Tom S. Ragland Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10 day of Anril. 1952, Elizabeth Ma.son, Notary Public My Commission expires: 4-20-51. iUarilyn Monroe Miss Neff said that "The Sinner' has been causing riots at its show ings iu Europe. But she claimc that was because of its subjt't' matter, not her nudity, siie said church groups htu! staged protest over the film befause of Hie double suicide at tlie ending. She added Unit an English verision of the film will soon be inside, but it no doubt will be a watered-do«'n version of the original. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chirka»»«•!>» District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, Annie Mnckrell, Ptf. vs ' No. 12,019 James Mnchrcll, Dft. The defendant, James Machrcll, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the' complaint of the plaintiff. Annie Maehreil. Dated this 2 day of April. 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk T. J. Crowder, ally, for ptf. 44-11-18-55 NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as: Circle Inn, RPD 2, Osceola, Miss, County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he ha* never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving mcra! turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the CLASSIFIED AD SALE ,, ^Automobile. Vices huve faken tj^me dive a! Shelton Motor Co. in lilylheville. We've taken a price cut % across—the hoard—every car on our lot goes on sale at reduced prices. If you're planning (o huy „ heUer used car in the next (i months, then the time is NOW—as soon as you can get down here. Shelton Motor Co.'s used cur lot is located at MO Knsl Main . . . acrossMhe street west from Hays Store . . . look for the sign you see in the picture below. We'll save you money whether you want to trade or just buy the car slraifjhl sale. NONV—check the list below. It's easy to find the model you want because we huve all the cars classified according lo year model. Find one or two that appeal to you. Then come to our lot as soon as you can and Shelton will give you the best trade of your life. How about tomorrow morning? 1951 MODELS •1 NASH Statesman 4-mmr Sedan. A beautiful 2-tone Muo car with radio, hraler, overdrive, seat covers. One-owner. ONLY SU94. 1.151 NASH K.imblcr Convertible with Just 12,000 miles! This dem- on.stralor carries a new car guarantee. ONLY 51504: 1851 NASH Ambassadors now discounted 3500! Choose from 4 tifall- llfill curs each nf which bears a TICK rar guarantee. SAVE ?50fll 1950 MODELS 1350 STUDKRAKKR KcRnl Ill-luxe 2-cloor Snlan. On mnn because lic'l! love It f or those trip*. This friukir will ii ve good SM-vlw, too _ ihr. motor has j,,st been overhauled. ONLY $1!!4I Come on down inmnrrow anil hrinjt jour fishing license. 1318 NASH "BOO" Club Couj.c. U'ith a Kle.imini; black finish, Ihls clean car will jl vc jnii famous Nash gas "iilca K e . . . yours for economical transporUlion. ONLY J894J 1318 CHEVROLET Slylrmjsler 3- tloor Sprliin. A clean, one-owner car Ih.it'j a real value »( OM,V 59!141 19IB NASH Ambassador 4-itoor Sedan. What more could you want than: radio, heater, overdrive. Hril- llaiil green llnlsh. Drive It home O NASH Statesman 2-[loor Sedan. A perfect, one-owner ear, it has a handsome new- Nile Green paint joh. ONLY S1291! NASH Statesman 2-door Sedan. A striking marnon color, this ear has radio, heater, overdrive. A jood. sound automohile. ONLY sil Sec It during this hljc sale at your Nash dealer, Shelton Motor Co. tn Hlylhcvllle. 1949 MODELS 104n NASH "BOO" 1-door Sedan. A lean car uilh radio, heater up- car. 1918 FKA7.KK Manhattan. Once on a Ihnc this was a $.1,000 Now- It's yours for ONLY $591! New Xray pahil job. average llrcj. Take a look at it when you rome down —ft might be what you want. One thine—it's sure a bargain! ONLY 1947 MODELS PLYMOUTH 2-dc.or Sedan A new paint. ONLY SCT4! There arc! Klack color. Snap up this more miles tar lomorrow In lhe (at ONLY s'94' used Nash of loday. ' inn IHJ1CK Koadmastcr 4-door Sedan. A big-, good-runn S701! Ask lo see it Shelton Motor Co. l!»ll 1-I.VMOUTH 4-d.Jor Sedan. K docso'l run like a new walch, but il , performs okay. And how can vou tomorrow at 50 wrong on ONLY S251: New paint job, too. 1946 MODELS 1046 1)E SOTO Custom 4-iloor Sc- ilan. Gorgeous jet-black finish. \Vilh new lire* and good motor, it's a buj-. ONLY SMI: See It iluring Sliel- ton's hip classified ad sale! 1010 C11KVKOLRT 2-door Sedan. A Rood, snimrl older car ivlth a darn nice lihlc finish. Durinjt Shcllon's j big sale It's jours for O.N'Ll* $M4! TRUCKS !=-Ton Pickup If ynu miss sceine; this one, : to shoo! yourself. It runs . ,, , : |)crfcr( - An " '">«' 1946 FOKI> Y-S Fordor Sedan. M.I-I roon finish. The borly Is mush lint' the mechanical ronrlilirm is sooil It's sure a bargain at ONLY 5101! . ! 19 IB XASH Ambassador Club"Co7-! 1??, WI1 -'- vs • IF - 1 - 1 ' JS-Ton rirku,,. pe. New painl. B ood tires, uood mo-i ",','u ..:.„ .' >l ' lr 'Y,' ,V lis r " KC<l lor. ONLY .SMI! Came tn Shelton-, . ''" I"™"""}' anything Motor Co., yonr Nash dealer in!™'" S "! m "'.« ™>»"«l|>r.i River. Blythcvlllc. y, n " .»« average • . tor ONLY 51341 V-8 T,,,,nr Sedan. An j »odv model, thl, Ford has i 11™. , cm I vc rvcrv nl " ' , as ™. vm, cm I vc rvcrv n Just fair Hres. Good ,nrehani,,,llv. | Rood r \ lnnin nc l 0"^' 's Black color. The price,— ONLY $191! K U L1 S - 0 H C'HKYHOLrn- 14-Ton Pickup. ! " motor and chassis arc Rood but , .. - ••••"• ""—>•• ", t.i... new |mmi aun goou motor I [I1C »odv aiti" do luxi Pl,"m"» R \ '""'y 1 ' tht '""'«" n< »"'<'«Hv-ope«Hr w .V a , h i,!Bi.l there's „„,/„„,. rou)rh „„„„, rfc-Uixe rijrnouth has good motor .1 nig bargain at this special price 'his price-ONI.Y and tires. ONLY SSD4! Come '- '"'' " ' Shelton .Motor Co. tomorrow. I<U6 NASH Ambassador Club Coupe., „ ,.,,.,^,5 arc KO o<l nul With new paint aurt good motor. 1 the body ain't so good. Ktnda roiiph. WARNING OUI1ER In the Chancery Court, t'hicka-. «awb» District, Mississippi Connly, Arkansas. I 194.1 NASH "BM>" 4- ^•"•i« .ir.iu car ivun rarMo, heater. and B ood tires, it's a swell value at I!) " NASH Ambassador Club Coupe. S904! Come Yn " S304! Come lo 110 Kast Slain during this classified ad sale. ONLY S!>94! 194J MODELS NOTICE age), radio, healer, new 2-loilc paint, Rood tires. ONLY S19I! Grnce Rogers. Ptf. vs. No. 12,005 J. R. Rogers, Dft. The defendant, J. R. Rogers, is hereby warned to appear wlihin thirty days In the court rmmed in Ui« option hereof nnd answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Grace Rogers. Dated this 30th day of March, 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anil a Sykes. D. a. Guy Walls, attorney for ptf. Ed B. Cook, attorney Ad Lltem. 3-21-28 44-11 On Stage On the n.., . .Trident Lincoln was AMHsslnptrd there, the Ford theater, In Washington, D.C., MRS playing "Our American Cousin," slnM-i-.li; Lauia Keene, the English. •clre-M. • Sedan. Sec) Us striking color Rust paint Job. Ooorl lire motor, you're crazy If you don't buy It for ONLY S.W4! -a new Ivory and] 1911 NASH Ambassador 4-rtoor Sc- 1948 NASH "Mil" 2 -door Sedan. Here's n really solid car at a really solid price— ONLY S9SI: Come to Shelton Motor Co. as soon as you can get away and drive this car. 1948 MODELS 191X SlrnF.ItAKEn Champion I door Sedan. New tires, new svey p.llnt. A harjaln If you ever saw- one. ONLY $794! Why don't you set doivn lhe paper »'minute ami write down our address. HO Fast Main. 19*8 CHOSI.EY station «-a B on. MeII onl) sfll tuis ear to a fishtr- • AH these accessories arc on far . . . radio, heater and 101! PLYMOUTH l-door Sedan. A ] good-running- car with nearly new I lires. We'll het this is the one you've had yonr eyes on. One thing's sure—you've had your mind on this ! price—ONLY S2EH! «» rcip of on's tomorrow as soon as you've had a coffee. [We wouldn't ask .iiu borly to come down i>efore that.) " JOB r.cn't drive—run down, but •Inn'l walk. We'll sure trade rl R hl »>lh foil iliirini; this hie classified 1911 IH'ICK Super ...,.- u , ..L..^, ,••>!! i 1.1 1 1 ii^iv, r\ overdrive. Looks nice, <oo, with Its [This car has and Mr. »nd Mr*. John Burke » f er« In Chaffee. Mo. Wednesday as the guesLs of Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Jolm- ston. Mr. and Mrs. Rav Don'ny and family, and Mrs. J. M. Aycock spent Sunday in Parma, Mo., with the W. S. Aycock family. Mrs. Mary Scrapes was hostess at a luncheon for the ORA Birthday Club. Gifts were presented to Mrs. T. Jarrett, and Mrs. J. A. Payne of Tampa, Pla. A new member Is Mr.s. J. O. Seratt. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Josephine DeVivo Ptf. vs rh>. 12,020 Michael DeVivo, Dft. H'AJRNING ORDER The defendant Michael DeVivo is hereby warned to appear within thirty (30) days In the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Josephine DeVivo. This the 3rd day of April, 1952. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Laverne Ball. D. C. 44-11-18-25 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that th« undersigned has filed with the D«- parlment of Alcoholic B«ver»«« Control of the state of Arkansai for a permit to' sell and dispens* beer at retail on the premises described as: 218 A East Main, Blytheville, .Miss. County. The undersigned states that he U a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral characer, that lie has nev« been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude! that no Jlcwise to sell beer by th« undersigned has been revolted within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to b« Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July, 1952, and to expire on the 30th day of June. 1953. Harvey Stewart Subscribed and sworn, to beforfl me this 10 day of April. 1952. Mabel Hogan, Notary Publlo My Commission expires: 8-23-54. Read Courier News Classified AdJ. 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