PAGE TWELVE BLTTHTr\TT,I,K (ARK,) COUTUER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1952 DKOTMllKS IX SKltVKT. — Three SOILS of Mr. and Mrs. Lesai L. AHCUM^OII, Sr.. of Blyihrville n;c now serving in Die armi'd lorro, two in ihe Navy and (jne in the Army, llpiiry Amlri'Min «left>, uho is stationed at UjrUniUon, Trxu.s. recently wus (iro- rx~ ;> moled to sergeant, Lewis L. Anderson, Jr., (ctn- ler; is in the Navnt He serve at \J*> AiiKolf'R. Geortf* Andci.son 'ri^hl), !IHR been sorviiiK aboard the d«- strover U.SS jJuck and IB expected home on leave &OOI1. BBC to Tell Facts Of Life on Air LONDON Mv-The staid British Broadcasting Corporation Is planning to tell teen-agers the facts of life. A spokesman for (he gorern- ment-sponsored sen-ire said yester- dav. "No punches will be pulled." Tlic documentary sex Instruction |iir>r;ram will foe aired next month, nlrncd at uaruIuR young people ''of possible dangers." Quest for Milk Lasts 16 Years CAMBRIDGE. Mass. M'r—Sixteen yearn ago John MacDonald went out for n quart of milk and never returned home. On thnl testimony, his wife Mary was crnnt"tl n divorce Oil* wr-fk bv Profonlr Court Judge Frederick V McMenlmtm. ABOAUn DES'E'KOVKU — Seaman Orvil E. \Vntlncc (lc(l) and Seaman Apprentice Venm W. Wallace, snns of Mr. and Mrs. CharlU 1 A. Wallace of Blytlicvlile, are ciuTently serving In the galley aboard the destroyer USS Perkins, which is operating in Far Eastern waters, (Nnvy I'hulo) Europe s Plan for Unity Is Like a Transfusion By JAMES MAHUMV WASHINGTON f/I^—If six men exchanged their blood with one (mother in a multiple transfusion, each of them would him- a ruffled time ever trying lo reclnliu his own corpitscles again. Six European nations — Prance. Italy, West Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands nnd Luxembourg—nrn trying to give one another n trains- fusion by moving toward a unity and pooling of Jut crests Ironi which they can't disentangle themselves, II 1s a triple unity nnd pooling toward which they're heading: economic, military and political. AEier their long and bloody history this ts a quiet, but astonishing revolution which in ihe end, of cour.se, may not- suem-it. The steps they have taken, and arc considering, require each o[ the .six to yield some of its ancient sovereignty, If whut they arc doing succeeds tl may Irnri swim day tn n United i5ln!es of Europe nrul include othur imtiou.s. Here, briefly, Is svhat has been done: Tliey have mnde most, progress In this fieri tl. The six huve approved treaties pooling their coal nnd steel resources, an arrangement- culled the Schmnnn plan, mimed for France's forelcti minister who pro- lio.sed it severnl years ago. Military unity:" Five of the six air ini'inljiMF. of the North Atlantic Treaty Orgiv- nizntion, which includes tl^e Unil• ed Staio.s. Uritiiin. Canada and RPI Will Tench 'Puttering' Class RICHMOND, Vn. M'l—Richmond Professional Institute Is offering a cour.se this year in "pnKerinp." A jmrt of RPPs ndult education proc;rnni, it's intended to leach men nnd women how to putter nroinul the house to better effect. ArnoncT other things, the course include.*; bn.sic fundnmoiitnLs of elec- IrIcily, plumbing, woodworking, usp (if tools, minor home repairs—f\nrt how to stay within the family budget. others. West Germany IE not o.n NATO member. Another Group Formed The six nre forming their own ni ir;inizntIon called the European Defense Community, linked with NATO, Tills Is im arrangement by which tlise six will pool their mil- Uiiry resources and defenses. -,?BE3C will come tnto existence -when the six governments have approved their EDC treaties, maybe by the end of the year. Political: The .six inst week set up mBchin- cry to propose plans for their federation, or further tmlf Sent ion. I \vhlt:h wrmld Involve pooling not only their defense. 1 ! but foreign al- fnirs. tratlr nnd finance problems. They set March 10 m the deadline for pooling their plans. Me in any Store "i"' -i • lli,ink- !.. lli,.ii....ivl- Ol 1. I.I.I li,,'h-,','- ,!„.[ tll"l,-^.|l>- " lliiM,,:; \m,-ru'.,. Id,,, r,-,,, ,,,! ,|,n,l,,l, rn.lt,.- 7 (.!,.>,„ _ | m ,1,,. I,,,], FIU'.v--iir •.,.,, | I,,. \||. \ (.Ill I .1,, ii iLi . ^ in any Home I'll our mrmv friends llirouciuiut .\inrrir.i uho scr^ c the lincit in tiu'ir lininc.s, i^c say, thanks for atiotlu-r grciil 7 Cro\»n Year! \rniv I'liiiifi' uf J*iMgraiu*A i t-ro\» n ti.1«. hi-ljM-i! inakr tl Ainoj'ie.rB nni>l [n.jinlar ulii^kry ! Seagram's 7 Cro^vn. Blended Whiskey. 86.8 Proof. 65% Grain Neulral Spirits. Seagram-Distillers Corp., N. Y. ARTILLERYMAN —Pvt. Jamtw E. Calvert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Calvert of Blytheville, recently completed three-months training in an anti-aircraft artillery fichool at Fort Bliss, Texas. He is •chediited to visit his family here this week. ON' GUAM—Airman First Cln.ss Louis A. Jenkins, .son of Mr, and Mrs. Albert Jenkins of. Blythc- vllte. Is currently serving with the Ninth Air Police of the Ninth Bomb Wing on Guam. On Loans Last Year our Members averaged more than $45 per bale on loan equities. Do You Think Colfon Prices Are Going Higher? If So—Use The Loan — Sell Later! Here's aR you do: Bring warehouse receipt and sealed sample; to me and I will class your cotton and make you a full loan with no waiting on your part. OR rf you tiav« green cards I wil me them as the basis for your loan. Remember when you have your loan with Mid-South Cotton Groweri Association your cotton is always in position to sell quietly on any marie) rises. Thousands upon thousands of farmers using the Mid-South plan have made money every year. No membership fee—no annual dues. Let me eiplain how the Mid-South Loan Plan works. If we do not trade, we will still be friends. Our Job Is To Serve You/ MID SOUTH COTTON GROWERS ASSOCIATION M. M. Randle — Blytheville, Ark. 406 W. Main Phone 4591 80th ANNIVERSARY SALE Your Chbic* of Every Lighting Fixture i/i Stock—Now Reduced 15% Prices cut on li^hl fixtures for every room In (he homr. Wards entire stock of finely styled fixture*— lights* you have always wanleil, now yours at big-sized savings. Come in Unlay— buy **veral while this salt lasi.s. Buy now at Wardfi. REC;. lOc STEEF.Q n COMMON NAILS'C ID. Wards Best Quality. Correctly shaped points, heads for etisy nailing. Wide choice of sizes. REG. 9.5)5 Q QQ SOLDER GUN O.OO Heals in 5 seconds —200W or 250W. Built-in worklight and transformer. 110-120V, AC-DC. 1.83 REG. 2.29 15RASS INSIDE LOCK BrightJv polished solid brass knobs nnd trim. 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AC onlv. - The State Welfare Bo _ , •d lias recommended re- /, 1 / fiO-amp. main and 35-amp. ranRC eaiti-idte fuses. 4 pine fu.^ed circuits, 115-230, AC-DC, 20% OFF CARPENTER'S TOOLS Prices col on 17 ilenu—here are typical voluen l.flS Hand Saw 1.35 2.8!) 2-1" Square 2.M <.BS Adj. Level .1.54 •t 19 Bit Brace 3.35 1.65 Expan- Bit 1.J4 4.IS Auger Set .l.RO 1.85 Drill Set. 1.48 2.33 Push Drill 1.Z7 1.19 3-B Knife 1.13 2.65 14" Hammer . 2.12 3Bc Hummer Hrtlc. 31o 1.3SI Folding Rule...Dio 98t- Slt-cl Rule ISc 3.45 Plann, 9" 2.16 20% OFF MECHANIC'S TOOLS 1 8 iterm cut-priced—check rhesa typical valuett REO. 34.93 ELEC. DRILL, 29.88 Professional type drill for larga capacity worlt. Powr-Krofl %* drill, 3-jaw geared chuck. 1800 RPM. AC-DC S.29 Wrench Set...2.SB 3.19 Wrench Set...2.98 1.15 L N Plien 1.39 79c Comb. Pliers Me ' 1.69 Wrench. 8"... 1.3.1 3.45 Tool Box 2.IS 65c Sere* Driver...4ic 1.39 Comb. Square..98o 6.95 Bench Vise 5.47 98c S. Driver Set. ..ITc 2.75 Socket Set 2.19 2.59 Bk. Trovrel S.07 183 Tin Snips 1.50 1.65 Wrench Kit...1.32 13.75 SPLIT PHASE MOTOR 11.97 !/l-HP mofor for eaiy- starhng jobs —washing machines, bench tool*. Easily reversed. 1725 REG. 79.95 POWR-KRAFT SAW Save 15.45 O4.O\J 10% down on Icrms Hcovy-duty Tilting Arbor saw. 2 handwheels adjust cut deplh, blade till. 8' crosscul-rip-miter blade cuts to 2'/i* vefl., l s /«' ol ^5°. Rip fence adjusts fully on 1-pc. guide bar. Table extends 26xl7 3 /i-in.
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