The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 22, 1950
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TUESDAY, AUGUST " 1050 14 Athletes Fight Waves Of English Channel In Try for Prize Money BEN FI1I.EGAR ON THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. Aug. 22. (d>/—Four powerful swimmers streaked through rain and «°1W seas today, nhcad of a »ig field in a mass race to swim e English channel. Half-way across the tortuous 19- niJIe rout« from tile French coast to Dover, 10 of the 21 athletes U'ho started the sw;im had dropped out, cold and exhausted. Among Ulein was the only American, David ftariJc, 27, year-old New York city clothing designer. In a see-saw fight for the lead in (he gruelling marathon sponsored by (he London Daily Mail were Hassan Abd-El Heliim, 42, and Mareeh Hassan Hamad, 33. both Egyptian army officers: Lais-Iiertil Warle, 30, Swedish bank clerk, and Roger Le Morvan. 2t>. Paris electrician who holds several French championships. Eighteen men and six women from 12 countries began the race »t 2:34 a.m. 18:34 p.m. EST Moil.) XV'.rrr ',WV-: -t \ I' ' — * * .,« i * FINE WORK -Ted Bettendorf, who built a unique caslle home in Fox River Grove, ill., points out the intricate work that went into making the cement and stone, blocks for the walls! Mr. Sittendorf spent 19 years com- ^jleting his home, modeled on a castle in Vianden, Luxembourg, where he was born. From the isolated beach on Cap Gris Nei:. Fiance, traditional starting point of channel swimmers. Frank was milled from the water it 6:11 a.m. He said It was too cold. His assistants -said he apparently had not trained enough In cold water. Other athletes who abandoned the swim during the first seven hours were Eduard Mussche, 63, Belgian music teacher; Bmtle Sor- o.n, 31, French coal miner; Dr. George Brewster, 59, English physician making his Hlh attempt to swim Ihe channel; Mrs. Willy Van Rijsel. 33, of Holland; Edmund Valdev Olsen, 37, Denmark; Ed- uar<( Blonime. 40. women's hairdresser from Belgium, and Wanda Boutagay, 21, of Israel. The two Egyptian leaders, and Jasen Zirganos, 40. a Greek nnny major who was a strong contender in the early hours of Ihe swim, are among the '29 persons who have conciucied the tide-swept strip in recorded history. Hassan Abd-EI Ifciiini last years ton-nine the third person in history to swim the channel in both directions The Daily Mail has offered £1,000 ($2.800) each to the first mall and first woman reaching England's while chalk cliffs. Each finisher will get 1250. IVAR.N'I.VR ORDER In (he .Municipal Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Planters Hardware Co., Pltf. vs. No. 2212 Helen Ford. Deft. The defendant Helen Ford heieby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint ot tile plaintiff. Dated this 18th day of August 1950. W. I. Malin, Clcr.< Todd Harrison, attorney for plaintiff. 8 22-29-9:5-12 IN THE CHA.VCKRV COURT FOR THE CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS GERTRUDE MORRIS BARNES, El nl., Pltfs. V.s. . No. 11J44 EVA MORRIS ALEXANDER Et al., DfLs. WARNING ORI>ER The defendant* John J. Morris and Mary Morris are warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days to answer Complaint of the plaintiffs he-rein. WITNESS my hand as the Clerk of (his Court and the Seal (hereof This the 2Ist day ol August, 1950. Harvey Morris. Clerk 8,22:50 radio at its On the Easiest Terms in Town Motorola now you can afford the beauty of FM A »mait new FM-AM radio that incotpoiales the newest advances in radio, yet costs no more! Easy tuning wilh full sweep dial. Built-in FM line anlenna and AM "Aerovane," lo bring you Ihe finest teceplion on eilher band. Durable Bakelite cabinel in rich brown ot emerald qre«n. Heat it todayl S/1Q95 49 Pay Only $1.00 Weekly D H EIFI S ilreif n . . . Weir Ilia WttKM \l\l\ DIAL 3391 FOR TEXACO HEATING FUELS *. »f. LOGAN, C.nslKne« Tank Truck Salesmen: Henry Thompson, G. T.. rirrtrtl, Harrty Unrris JRLYTI1EVTLLR, (ARK.) COUIUER NEWS —Courier News I'Uolo BIG MELON—Q. s. Cockrell. farmer of the Reese community, surveys giant oanami musknielon he greu ihLs year. Mr. Cockrcll said lie Planted only a few of the melons, but that they're good to eat. lasting something like cantaloupe. The above melon wciuhs 12 pounds and measures better than 31 inches in lcn s tn. Mr, Cockrell lives en the farm of Cecil Bunn. the NOTICR OP ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION- IN MANILA SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15 OF .MISSISSIPPI COUNTV ARKANSAS Notice is hereby given that l>lt - annuiil school election in the above named District will be held on September 26, 1950. for the following purposes: The election of one director for a term of five years. To submit the question of voting •A total school tax of 30 milk, as set out in the District's budget, which shall include, in addition to the millage for the operation and maintenance of the schools. 15 mills which shall be a continuing building fund tax (or the purpose of paying the principal and Interest of all now outstanding bond issues, including an Issue doted June 1, 1950. Any surplus revenue from the building fund mlllage, Rfler the payment of principal and interest of the bonds matur- in? ih.-it year and providing '.IT (lie next six months' interest on all outstanding bonus, may be used by the District for any other school purpose. The polls will ojieji at g:00 o'clock A. M. and will close at 6:3a o'clock P. M. on September 26, 1950, at Cie following polling places in the District, to-wil: Higli Sciicol Building Japanese Thank U. S. for Fight TOKYO, Aug. 22. oiv-A move- mem "tg express gratitude to the united Nations forces" lighting (he Red Koreans lias emerged In jnpnn. The sponsoring group Is headed y Yaozo Kikuokn, president of tlie ewspaiier Nippon Selkel In Tokyo. The prospectus sold the U.N. nc- llon in Korea had wiped out the uneasiness of (he Japanese over the eastward advance of the Red tide. Kikuoka snld sponsors plan to gel 10.000,000 slmmtuies. The movement calls for sending missions to thnnk and comfort sol- iller.s at (lie front and publication of pamphlets, lectures and motion pictures on ivork or the U.N. The work will be financed by public donations. Chinese Reds Claim Capture HONG KONG, Aug. 22. W)—The Chinese Communists sny thev have captured '"Old Madame ' Clmo. mother ot the guerrillas." A ChimRklng flispaleli to the pro- Communist newspaper \Vcn Wei I'o asserted her capture broke the back of the BiiciTlllit resistance In southwest China. 'Old Maritime Chan" Is Chno Huns-Wenkuo, whom the Nationalists, nave, the tlile of "Commander of Chinese Peoples National Salvation Arlnv." GIVEN 1950. this 21 clay of August. John Mayc.s, County Supervisor W. Berrymnn, County Sheriff 8-22-29 9-5 Prop Comes Off; One Person Dead l.OS ANGELES. Aug. 22. lift — One prison was killed and six Injured earl.v today ivtien a propeller rame off nn Ainerlenn Airlines l>lanc over Denver. Colo., and ripped I through (he passenscr compartment, a company spokesman here -said. The plane reportedly inmlod without further mishap. Details were not immediately available. PAGE THREB „ ._„.,___._,„ M^u^.j^m^ja,.^. mfmvmirK\+mm****z^^**m&^^ SECOND BIRTHDAY—Korean Consul VOUIIH llan Choo ;mcl Ins wife, nl ri[;ht, raise the Republic of Korea llnj: atop (he Kan tVsmcisco cily hnll. T|, c llng-riiislnij was part of a celebration corntncmoralmR Ihe second nnniveisary of the birth of Ihe Korean republic. Mayor Elmer lloljinson of San Francisco, Icfl, helps (lie consul with (he ting. With the Courts Cireiiil: (Criminal) City of Dlytheville vs. Connie and Michael Moran, selling beer on Sunday (appeal from municipal court). for SOUR STOMACH fof_heanlmru, Ea*. acid TUMS THE TUMMY A( I lip (lOodrivh Store Tllcce's li.ilK.lhis cnlnre ilur- i»C nur SOIh anniversary salt aaw coins on. (,'K small ap. |ill»nrrs, Kelviiiiitor Kefrljjp- raliirs, TJinr IVashliiR Alnrh- liifs, Srliwlnti IStkcs, Churn- liimi Olitlniaril Mnlurs :in<! many other tiullniKilly fmn- inis iltin.1 nn ills]))} alone «llli the B. K. Cnmlrlrh tire llnr. The B. F. Goodrich Store 117 \V. .Main Phone (i.'i.'il Dr. Orlie Parker DENTIST armmmcf-s (lie opening nf M,i ol- I'n-cs In Ihc liiitruni HullrilnK fnrnicrly nccil|iief] by [)r. II. A. I'.lJ'lor. Office Hours 8:30-5:00 TelGphunc 27i)2 Residence I'hone 2111 OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT The stet« of Connecticut U iom»- times known is the "land of stwdr Habits." 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