The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 21, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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»ACI TWO •LTTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'Hoover Rabbits' Target of First Sparkman Talk 'Daring Democratic Program Has Brought Prosperity to U.S.' BIRMINGHAM. Ala. (a'l — Ahead of schedule in hLs vice presidential campaign, Snn. John Spnrkman headed today for (his humming steel center primed for another economic blast nt the Republicans. He set the pace yesterday with dramatic homecoming speech „„ Hartselle. Air., his birthplace. It was his first political address since the Democratic convention, and II officially pot his campaign under way even though he had snld he wou'dn't onen up until later. Comparison Is Them* He confined his klckoff speech to a comparison of economic conditions in the United States now and before Ibe Democrats came to power 20 yeans ngo. RecpninR his own humble background, the vice presidential candidate turned back to the days when the entire nation was in a depression. "I Remember" "I remember those days, year fitter year, ivhen farmers, merchants, businessmen, bankers went broke," he continued, "when people everywhere lost their homes, their businesses, their savings." But a "dnrm^ program" under 20 years of Democratic administration has brought unheard of prosperity to the nation Instead, the senator declared, "nnd I know what it has meant to the people." SIGNING OFF—William Ball and his daughter look at a sign by a Minneapolis park lake that used to read: "Danger No Swimming Allowed," but now conveys a different message Police think part of Inc. ticn was erased by pranky kids carrying bathing suits U.S., Japanese Black Market Ring Is Found TOKYO (/Pj-0. s. military authorities and Japanese police said today they have arrested some American servicemen and 73 Japanese, Chinese nnd Korean nationals In connection with what they colled a three million dollar a year black market ring lhat feeds dollars to Communists. Ma]. Jack Elliott; Judse advocate for the Far East Air Forces, snld Die rlnf! operates in this manner: Military payment certificates, used In lieu of money by U. a. forces in Japan, arc .spent Illegally by servicemen in bars, hotels, restaurants and for taxi fares. The certificates nrc not .supposed to lie used in dealings with Japanese. Motorcycle Vacation INDIANAPOLIS m — The post- I man who hikes on his vacation has nothing on Motorcycle Patrolman Decree Lynch. Hr and his wife took their last vacation on a 2,800 mile till) — by motorcycle. Canadian Court Soon To Become Supreme OTTAWA. v cnnada WV-Late this year or early next year, the Supreme Court of Canada will become Supreme" In fact as well as In name. By that time, the judicial committee of the Privy Council in London will probably have disposed of all the ^remaining appeals Irom Canada, The court' at Ottawa will then be Canada's court of last resort, Appeals to the Judicial committee In London have been abolished by Cnnndian law. '' Korean Farmer Finds Plowina, Mines, Helicopters Too Much WITH EIGHTH ARMY, Korea M>>—Somewhere In Korea there Is a farmer who never will forget this day. He was plowing a field when his fix stepped on & mine. The ox was blown to bits. The farmer was scratched In the chest. Allied troops took htm to a nearbv evacuation hospital for treatment. A little Iodine and some bandage patched him up nicely. To show his appreciation, the farmer offered to help around the hospital tent for a while.. But by and by he got sleepy, lay down on a stretcher Inside the tent, and soon was fast asleep. A helicopter landed to pick up s Sheriff Is the Law FATHPLAY, Colo, (m—The sher- . Iff of : P«rk-County hi West-Central Colorado's,-Mountain country Is named John Law. WARNING ORDER tn the Chancery Court,'Chlck»- •»»b» Dfatriet, Miwfeaippl Oanty, Arkansas. Mrs. Bernlci Jonex, ptf. v». No. 11,146 Robert L« Jones, Dft, Th» defendant, Robert Lee Jones, h hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caplton hereof and answer the complaint of th« plaintiff, Mrs. Bernfee Jones. • Dated this 20th day of August, 1963. Harvey Morris, Clerk By I^iverne Ball, D.C. Ed B. Cook, attorney tor ptf. Claude T. Cooper, attorney ad llt- IN THE TROBATE COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS • Tn the Matter of the Estate of No. 2,134, Paul Yelverton, deceased Last known address of decedent: Dell, Arkansas. Date of death: August 12. 1952. The undresignert was appointed administrator of the estate of the above named deccrtent on the 19th day of August. 1952. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them! duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall oe forever barred and precluded from «uy benefit in the estate. This nolice first published 21st day of August. 1952. D. w. Crantord, Dell. Arkansas Reid A: Roy, atorneys. 821-22 For a little thing like your icg- ular grease and oil change . . O r for a major engine overhaul, rou'll find lhat T. I. Sc.ij- Motor Co. will give you service you'll like. If you don'l like Ihc sertice jou're getting now—change It: T.I.SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrys*«r-rijiB«|li Denier 1ZI B. Mita fi,. M m , wounded South Korean Marine and fly him to a hospital ship at Inchon. A sergeant said the wounded Korean was right by the tent door. Medics rushed Into the tent picked up the first stretcher anil Inshed It to the outside of the helicopter. The "egg-bentcr" took off for Inchon with Its burden — the sleeping farmer. The farmer awakened high In the air. It was worse than a dream. The helicopter blades whirred crnzily overhead. His beloved earth lay'sev- eral thousand feet below. Only a thin piece of canvas held him nlolt The farmer yelled and lashed his arms wildly. The pilot waved back reassuringly nnd flew on toward Inchon. He understood no Korean. On the ground at Inchon, the farmer made his plight understood —between gasps. The pilot" "flew him back to tflfl hospital, this time Inside the helicopter,' - ,f Arriving there, the farmer trudged slowly back to his field, still shaking his head. Goody Evergood Says: It's MEALTIME MAGIC! ©vebaco V • So quick lo fix—so gocxf to eat • Sliced froth daily for finer. ff»shor flavor You Have To Tt Believe Jhut mh a 3%inth Worm Mr Dwf-Sysfam Can Get So Mvth More Automatic Com/orf You Have To Sae How It Putt *Wo$t«d'H«atToU«el Only * Coleman Automatic furnace, with the sensational new BLEND-AIR heat-distribution system, gives you such iv»n temperature from floor to ceiling day and night. It stops the hot ceilings that waste heat and cold floors that cause colds. You Have To Sea How It Giv« Individual Heat-circu- Icrion to each room. No more "freezing" in the bedrooms! Now eMh bedroom has its own warm air Blender! Each room ojiomati- cally gets the right amount of heat for greatest comfort You Hove To See How It Curs Installation Costl BLEND-AIR not only gives you more comfort, and cuts heat-waste! Usually, it costs less to install than »n "old- style heating system. f . , (fllTM* If! Otlrt Sfla mn \.UIIIG III HIIU JCB IMC /•» I s.i ; (pieman ^^ MIIMiMB^Hi^BMlte^^ - •%• Whot "Magic" Tokos Place In The Wall Between These Two Grilles? ButSeeTng h Bi!i«vingi See us, and let us show you wny the new Colemnn Automatic Furnace, with BLEND- AIR, is the talk of home-owners nnd homo-builders alike. Come in—ask for a dernonst ration, now I Automatic Furnace With Lfllslfli'Hi! FRANK SIMMONS TIN SHOP 117 South Broadway Phone 2651 THTTIWDAY, ATOTTST U, * 4 * STAR * STORES * FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES SPECIAL CEREAL OFFER! CORN FLAKES RAISIN BRAND Kellogg's both for GREEN BEANS Standard, Save at the 4-Star Stores 303 CAN Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2101 Rose Street * Cecil Lowe's GRO. & MKT. 532 No. 6th Street * Luttrell's GRO. & MKT. tilh & Chickasawha Pickard's GRO. & MKT. 1044 Chickasawbt GROUNDBEEF Pure lean beef — ground fresh LB. 49 c ARGO LIMA BEANS 2 .250 Frozen Tennessee BLACKBERRIES pk ,210 12 , z Try its rich tomalo flavor MIDWEST CATSUP No. 303 can Libby's SMALL WHOLE BEETS 150 Jack Sprat APPLEJELLY Puiinrl box KRISPY CRACKERS 250 46 oz. can Lihby's TOMATOJUICE 290 lh. Armour's Star — No. 300 Jack Sprat WIENERS & KRAUT 590 Red Cross Hunt's SPAGHETTI 3,.,250 Hotel Bakijig POTATOES 10&690 TOMATO SAUCE 3 for 250 Jergen's or Maxine TOILETSOAP .., ,„ 5C Diamond Softex TOILET TISSUE 2, 0 ,190 Save 'on Champ DOG FOOD 3 for 250 * 4 * STAR + STORES * FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES FOLGERS Full bodied, mountain grown Coffee LB. CAN DUZ SOAP At Pickard's, Luttrell's, Lowe's, Eberdt's LGE. BOX Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2101 Rose Street Cecil Lowe's GRO. & MKT. 532 No. 6th. Slrcet 6 * Luttrell's GRO. & MKT. 61 h. & Chickasawba Pickard's GRO. & MKT. 1014 Cluckiisawba

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