The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 18, 1952 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 18, 1952
Page 8
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" FA'GE FOUTITEEH BLTTHKVTLI.B (ARK.) COURIER NEW* SEPT. 18, 1952 News Briefs— Bridge Ordered Torn Down By Tlie Associated Pres« LITTLE ROCK — The Geort't'lowji Bridge at Negro Hill Landing In southeastern White County has been ordered removed because of deterioration. The order was Issued yesterday by Federal Judge John W, Delehant. The bridge was formerly used by the Missouri and Arkansas Rail- toad Co., which was dissolved as a corporation In 19W. AHC to Receive Bids on Graders, Station Wagons LITTLE ROCK — The State Highway CommlsMrjn tomorrow will receive bids on motor grariers'and station wagons nn ^ clean uji routine' matters. The session te expected to be one of the shortest in the group'* 4-ycar span. Cherry Says He Proved You Don't Wave to 'Buy' MEMPHIS tff'i — Money doesn't always buy a public ofllrp, Francis Cherry, Arkansas' Democratic RII- bf-rnatorial nomlncn. told a Mem* jihis rii'ir prnnp ynstrrday. "H isn't necrssary for a candidate to EO eni and buy a public offirr," Cherry said, "I hope w<! havp ??( a pattern In Arkansas that other ALatts will follow." Quach'tta Rover Power House Building to Begin HOT SPRINGS — Dec J has been fct ns the date lor .-starting *-nrk on the power house at Blakely Mountain Dam, 12 miles northwest of here on the Ounrhita River- Brig. Gen. Pet? Ferringn. division engineer for the U, s En s moors, said here yestrrriny that construction of a 2.10-foot high filled dam was completed about R month ago. Coldwell to Speak at Arkansas Livestock Show LITTLE ROCK — Speakers at Veteran's Dny ceremonies Ocl I at the Arknmas Livestock Show will include Dr. John Tyler Cnlri',vrll, University of Arkansas president. AlFO scheduled to appear on the program is Dr, Garland Murphy, El Dorarto. strife commander of the American legion. Charles Bowers Says State Needs Buildings LITTLE HOCK </T', Th*> problem of obtaining new industries for Ar- k:ins.i,s i.s rhk'flv Mint of -npply^nff btillditiRA. (ho rllrrrfor of the Re- sonrrcs and n^vrlopmrnt Cnmmis- sifrn jsakl yMordav. Ctinrlfx Howrrs. .iprfikiiK! In fl croup of Arkansns linnkfrs and bns- Ino^mTi Jirrp ?alfi' "Unices. \vr «nm»1v HIP biiiUIln •A'R tniL'hl ns u-rll rjnit trying for thp.sp nfw Industries." Most Vehicles Insured Now f Reports State NEW YOHX i/1'i — Ahout 9^ ppr rent of I IIP jsfnte's 1.210,8*13 rcglsler- rd vnhirle.s arp in^urpd. rfpnrifi the sMif 1 Mntor Voliirle Rnrrau. 'I'h hurenu al.«;o wtlmnlps that 410.DOO sh-pel and hlfrhway acri- dont-s will be reported Mild year- A minimum ol $"iO propprty cinmapc mus(, br> prnvrd to put an acclden on official lists About RO per rent of aniidriits nre cnuscd hy Riirrdmc. r<?rklrw driving, rnitnre to cnt ri^hl-nf-way and IK- norinc traff/r slsn.«; and signals. pnvs the huroaii. TAXPAYERS NOTICE OCTOBER 1st Is last day for payment of 1951 County Tax on Real Estate without penalty and final date for payment of 1952 Poll Tax. Personal and Drainage Taxes are also due and payable. Under Section 1 of Act 480 of the 1949 Legislature, "Payment of Poll Tax must be made to the County Col lector, or his authorized dep- , uty, by the person named in the receipt, or by the husband, wife, son, daughter, sister, brother, father or mother of s u c h person. Payment of the Poll Tax may be made by remitting the payment to the County Collector by United States Mail." if payment of Poll Tax is made by mail, sender should give the name of the person to whom the receipt is to be issued, relationship to the sender (if remtitance is made for a person other than the sender), color or race, residence, post office address (if different from residence), name or number of school district, ward number (if resident of city) or name of township (if rural resident PAYMENT FOR 1952 POLL TAX MUST BE RECEIVED IN THE COLLECTOR'S OFFICE BY OCTOBER 1. i ia in JR (J^crri 11 man Sheriff And Collector Mississippi County, Arkansas 1 BANSHEE CHASES A "DEMON"—Streaking through the clouds, the McDonnell singtc-jet, swcpt-wing, carrier-based XF3H-J, designed for Oic Navy, is chased by a F2H-2 Banshee, which U making a camera record of flight perfnrmisnce of the cxperimentnl plane. The Banshee belongs in the finO-mH^-per-hour obs?. IMJ! cl::(n on 1'y? Demon are not yet r^Vrjced, Jontsboro Civil War Vt-t Goes to Hospital JONESBORO to*) — William M. Loudermllk. last survivhig Civil War veteran In Arkansas, was moved to a Jonesboro hospital yesterday. Tne 104-year-old vet's condition reportedly became critical yesterday when he learned his wife had become ill. New Grand Jury Set To Eye AMD Operation LITTLE ROCK OF>—A new Pulaski County Grand Jury will be sworn in Monday to investigate al- le^erl irregularities in operation of the State Highway Department. Reopening of the Highway Audit Commission probe was ordered by First Division Judge Gus Fulk, Sparkman to Visit Arkansas LITTLE ROCK lflV-Th« ll-s(»t« Jaunt ol Democratic Vice President* ial Nominee John Sparkmnn move* into Arkansas tomorrow with »rj address before the State Democratic Convention here. Tne Alabama Senator will kddr«M the convention at 2:30 p.m. coming here from Tallahassee, Flm. Wake Up To More Comfort v . Without Nt nz BBck»ch« FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT USE A KERATOLYTIC BECAUSE— II SI.OL'nitS OFr the (aimed oulel in i'cpo&e buried fu/i|ri and kills l on contact. c;«t this STRONG, kerA- ol.nic fungicide, T-I-I., at anr drug tnit. If not pleased IN ONE 'HOl'R. our IOC back. Xow at Ktrby Bios Drug. N'KKiiiff bickaeh*, tntt of p'Pindenir heartache* and ditrln<ii m»y be du* to fl down at Iddnej function. Doctors say | Vidney (unction L» very important to j he*hn. When *amf evfryd»y condition ,* *a strfss And strain, rAUs*« tni« Impor luneiinn tr>j!ow down,m»ny folki jufFem Sine barkache-fw) tniB(r*bl*, MEnor b Don't neglect your kidney* if tWe eondj! | tlons hother jou. Try Dnin'ft Pills-* miM I nl"" J"/{,p'"*™|f > J°' ll °7 1 /' 1 "'"'""« 402 W. Main Phone 2442 80th ANNIVERSARY SALE EVERY ITEM CUT PRICED efficient Insulation — iave fuf.l In winter, keep cooler In summer. 40-lb. bag. 5% off INTERIOR PLYWOOD Flnlshr-d rin on* |H«. siHtu Tor wall panelint. shplv^n. c.i Inelj. y t " (hick. 4' I 8' sheet, 90-l.B. ROLL 5% Q ff ROOFING -J/UUii cr.inilTe' silrfnrr on wp^ + hpr-rr- slstant asphalt covers 100 sn- "• RV'.OULAR 1 R KNAMRL Brlcht rlrcorallre colors In rlo<.« ftnUn. EUT tcr apply. REGULAR S8r pint S PORCH PAINT 3.94 urlier* r \rorrr1 In tlirr ;ind hard wcnr. LIB qunrl 1.07 SPEC. MEDICINE -}j QC CABINET 0^4. yj R cress* rf s^amlfrsi atcel deskn. Fluorescent ll$hlA, 16" i 2V mirrors. CO ->^- REG. 59-30 GAS HEATER ?A-ca|. frmh. Flbrrclas Insula- Uan. Fast rfrorrrr. Safety Iher- mnsliit. Also 30 -gal. sl/e. I 15.00 \VATEH lOc nn SVSTKM IOJ.UU Dcllrrrs up in 16" OTII. 2- ( >l|ic Jet for lifts up In in' lurl. pump, motor. tank, Also 1 pipe. 4.45 REG. J.95 CLOSET SEAT Smooth, darablr hird"-ond —rf- *lsts cr.icklnj. En.^njp] finish. 7.17 7.HS RANGE COMBINATION .iirniriNr r.\nisrT. s».3s Tshn* fiO-amp. m.iin .inrt 3S- amp. rancr f.irtrtrtcr fuses. I plus IUSM. For Ui-MOV. 2.JS SAFETY 9 17 SWITCH Haled it JO-imp*. HS-7JOV, Thre* polrs (or 3-*lrt sprrtcf. 2 Maries. J p\njc (osf*. VL ippmvcA 3.69 CHROME O 1 0 FIXTl'RE—2 l,T. °- '- 1 HIchH pnlUbfd rhrnine-pUti'tl hoMcr. .^" frostrrt icl.*!^ thade has clcir downlljhl. I'L appr. CUSTOM KITCHEN !aslallt Maalblr FHA. t«rn». Wattii Ci«. torn SteeE Kitchen gives you exact wall-to-wall fit at remafVcbly low cost. BOM eabln*te an fttted with a •mtem- made, one-pi«e Formf- ca counter top in youf favorite edor. Plenty of handy storage ipac*. Complete with light! end garbage OIL-FIRED FLOOR FURNACE tilth at Monlblr Installed FHA terms. Automatic. Double-wall inner ca&ing increases heat circulation. Oil feed has safety cutoff, anti-flood feature. Pot-type burner. Controls, wall thermostat 'included. 50,000 BTU, UL approved. REG. 84.40 POWDER ROOM 79.00 All-china units—clean easily. Qukk, quiet syphon \f-\ closet, hardwood seal, lavatory with firtlngs- REGULAR 51.45 Closet 47.50 REGULAR 32.95 Lavatory 3I.5O Reg. 49c Ti'^fe &?• -2u ^'. ?X •^ 1 ,-& v.\ ^L^L! ^ "<, >''. ^fr- WALL TILE ^ 45c i,*-.^*— r7\ Colorful, durablo — "- f *, v -y .^ v >; : "^>3 svcn't chip, «o<V or ' • ;/ ^,* drnt, Bcouliful plain or ._:>; ] marblciied cotort go all [/iii^*' *^* WO Y Ihrough. / RENT A SANDER AND SAVE * 20% ON FLOOR FINISHES A7*> rv. non/a] chory* *-\ . I -J a Day Special offer —if you icnl a Floor Sander fro™ V/ardi you can buy Seal-Ton* and Spor-Wax — top quality floor flniihes — at ?0% off regular pric».Hov» b"nuliful ncw-looking floo" at low coit by reflnishing thorn thii «aty way. See Wordi paint man for delaih. WAVY-EDOE SIDING 10% OFF long-wearing atpSnlt tiding at low coit, Grny* whit* CflramU tijrface imhr-dderf nn wealhdf defying QKpholl. COME IN OR MAIL COUPON TODAY Mcmlqomop/ Ward IDfi- IAR Wrsl Main llhllirvillr. Ark. "•r^MliJ !•*« *ii^oul obliqa'fO^i fvlhet informotton ofld o fre* | H,tih n^^piAi Q Kifehen cabinet* Q Hftolinq vnil

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