The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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r WKDNKSDAY^AUGUST 30, 1350 " Greeks Ban Publication Of News on Love Drama i;. (AUK.) COVTRIKR NEWS ^ATHENS. Grreco. Aug. 30.Wi— The nnvcrnmcnt yesterday banned imbliciillon al news dispatches concerning thp stormy Romeo-and- Julict love drama on Hie island of § ?. K-licn: ,! blood /cud over (.he t threatens to burst into civil Newspapers which publish dispatches about the abduction o( the 10-year-old Juliet nf the Cretan slory ran t» fined up to 10,000.000' drachma (5068). the public prosecutor announced here. The ruling holds until the government's Investigation Is'completed. Rumor, conjecture and official denials dominated yesterday's chapter of the drama, The government announced officially that,, contrary to some reports published abroad, semi-martial law had not been declared on I he island as a precaution to a revival of a bloody family feud. Outbreaks were leared after 19- yjC-ar-old StnssaonUi PelracogeorpL daughter of a Liberal member in Greece's parliament, was kidnapped and taken to a mountain hideout by her sweetheart. Constantino Kepha- loyannis. ComtanUne's brother is a Populist member of parliament. Political rivalries have sharpened the bad blood which has existed between the 'two families for genera- Lions. In an attempt to prevent seething passions from erupting, into conflict. Premier Sophocles Venlzelos yesterday suspended sections of the constitution covering personal liberties, assembly, and search on Crete. It was emphasized, however, that the military would not have any jurisdiction as a result of these measures. LUXORA NEWS fly Mrs. G. C. Driver Mrs. Gus Frflaier and children of West Memphis were visitors of Mrs. Frasier's mother, Mrs. J. W. Lynch, In.sl week, 'Hie Rev. J. C. Dickinson, who ha.s «pent (He past three years hero as pastor of the Assembly of God Church, FUirt hlfi family have accepted a pastorate in Osceola, moving there last week. The Rev. Dickinson Is replaced here by the Rev. B. C. Rider of Dyess. Vfelr. and Mrs. A. B. Bradley and (laughter rue spending a week, in Harrison, Ark., as guests of Mrs. Bradley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Garner. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. White and daughter. Olene, former Luxorans »nd now of Memphis, were local visitors Sunday. Mrs. H. C. Davidson of Grren- rills, Miss., arrived Saturday for a Wounded by Lamp Post •CHICAGO—ffl*>— A bus rammed A Jampvpost on South ParJc Ave. The post .smashed through the living room window of a home and * truck Mrs. Tna Brown. She was Injured slightly. J TEXAS TIM — Just caH him "Mr. Texas, Jr."; "Texas Ambassador of Good Will"; "Ambassador at Large"; "His Honor, the Mayor" or "Special Deputy Sheriff." They are all official litles\ahd commissions conferred on nine-year-old Tim Nolen, of Xongview, Tex. Having won a jjfetato-wide contest on his per- j|fi?naljtj Rnd photogenic qualities, Tim goes to Los Angeles to compete for the title ot "All American Boy." I can save you money on your tires Don't Throw Away S!ick Tires A good quality recap will add thousands ol miles of service to your, 1 slick tires Drive in and ask the men who know how. All work unconditionally guaranteed. Auto, Truck & Tractor Tires BLYIHEVILLE l!se<S Paris Co. Owi-crl rU Oprrnicd S;- Olyihcvilio Mni'or Co 3M.No. Hronclway Ph. 2310 visit with her mother, Mrs. R. J Gillesple. Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Ellison »»fc Miss Sarah Lan^sLon arc cunrcntl> vacationing In New Orleans. The Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Ilfll and family spent last week vncnlioninp near Ucrnando, Miss,, at Arkabutla Lake. Mr.*;. Charles Corkran is visiting her son, Lcxte, and family, in Rector this week. Mrs. \V. II. Go wen and clil'drei of Memphis spent last week here a the guests of Mrs. Gowen's mother Mrs. Sue M. Brown. Mrs. W, D, McClurkin and daughter of Nashville, Term., arrived Ins 1 week for A visit with Mrs. McClurkin 's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. P Powell, A Livcrnnt spent last week in Ei Mrs, Julia B. Owen spent three days in Memphis last weeV as gues of her daughter, Miss Jean Owen. Mrs. Tye Adams and Miss Edith McDaiitel spent the weekend in St Louis, attending Cardinal basebal games, Mr. and Mrs. Lester SI evens anc daughter, Diane, are visiting relative* this week in Mississippi. Carl SchafTrin, 317 Ferry St., SI Charles, Mo., say.s (hsre are soinr lolks in this old. world who (ee good and there are other folks who ferl bnri. The folks who feel good he w»nts to congratulate for their fine health, but for the folks who feel mighty had he snys he wants them to read what he has to say and then take a word of advice — take HADACOL if you suffer fron a deficiency of Vitamins Bl, B2 Nlacln, and Tron. .perft te wh»i Mr, SchafTrin has (n nay nbont HAVACO1* since I overcame the efTccf-s of such drft- ciencies In hlf> system: "I have been a shoe cutter for over 32 yean now work for the Boyd Welsh Sho* Co. In St. TxwiR. For quite ft ft* yenrs now I haven't had any appetite at nil— seemed Hkft 1 dldn'l have hardly rnouph ennrgy to do my work. T was lired all the t.invi —and really didn't enjoy rioine; any thing. Tt affected rny work too Then T heard 'now other folks who took HADACOL hnd Incrcnscri tlief; appetite and seemed to have a limitless amount of energy, I lrle< HADACOL and it is amazing wha a change It has made. Now I fee 1 like eating everything on the la j blc, my disposition i.s 100% bcttc | and my work— in fact, everything j do I now enjoy. For nn fntircl; new outlook on life I rccommeni HADACOL," Why HADACOI. Gives Such Fine Results HADACOL docs not brine Jus symptomatic relief, HADACOL no\ | makes it possible to actually reliev the cause of nruHHs pains, lack o energy. Inrk of appetite, and a sen era! run-down weakened conditio due to such deficiencies in you j system, i HADACOL not only supplies I Relent systems with extra quantl jtles of VKntnfns B!. B2, Iron, am I NlacLn but also helpful amounts o : important Cal&lum, Phosphorus ani > Manganese— element so vital t holp maintain good health and physical fitness. V.'h.v These VU.Tmtns and Mlncrnh Come In Liquid Form Thcrft'« a very good reason wh ^ KADACOI* comes in special llriui j form. 'Iliese precious Vitnmins nn i Minerals arc more e.isilv and ciurck I ly Absorbed into the blood strean ; ?his way— read v to PO right to work A hi? impro\ ement- Is often no j licod within a few days. j Now rion't keep on 'wondering ! ! HADACOL will hcli) yon. If you .have Mich deficiencies— HADACOL (WILL HELP YOU-jwst as it has -, thousands upon liiousands of Rrate- ful .souls who wore so troubled. GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL! Remem- iber HADACOL is sold on a strict ,' money-back guarantee. And so in- pHiPlve. Trlal-,«ii7e. hotllo. only .4.1. Large family or hospital size, TAGBSEVRK 15JO, Th« torpor*- Goodyear Offers ALLOWANCE For Your Old REFRIGERATOR On a New GJE, RERJGERATOR JLow Weekly Or Monthly Plenty of hollle slonine—room /Of 12 square, quart inilk hollies—tail baulci, tool Imsn&dmiu BteHveru RiU-widlli, easy-sliding fruit and vc£c(Hhle Urawer—holds almo«t bushcll " / Mor° than EIGHT cuMo f««t of . storage 'space . . , full H square .(net o( .shelf area for your roods. Actually holds one-third mor» fond than older, model* now occupying thp same floor NO MONEY DOWN Small WciUy mr luxe work-saving feature* at a, ca . . , full-width vr;>r?tnblo drawer, hlg and ricep m*at clrnwor, lot* of Mgh hnUie nfens slcel, Tcl-a-FrosL Indicator. Really big, and deep lain drawer keeps all your prime condilioiil PS in 2i pmnils o. Ir^zen foodj, ha« four ice trays! SQ VERY MUCH FOR SO VERY LITTLE Bmmutliaic We Carry Our Own Paper Blytheville. Arkansas Phone 2492

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