The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 16, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 16, 1952
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THCMBAT, OCT. U, Attorney General Rules Texans May Write In Names AUSTIN, Tex. W,-The Texas attorney general ruled yesterday voters in this state can write the names 30 Columbia Instructors Favor Ike NEW YORK Wi-Thirty Columbia University faculty members issued a pro-Eisenhower statement and 300 i>ro-Stevenson fit Columbia countered yesterday adherents with » full-page newspaper advertisement. The COP .ticket Is headed by Dwight D. Eisenhower, on leave without pay as president of Columbia. Yesterday 30 Columbia faculty members nnd administrators—in- cludinsr Football Coach Lou Little —signed n statement calling the Republican nominee "the best qualified candidate for the office," A full-page ad backing Stevenson, signed by 300 faculty and staff members, appeared in itjiiriy's New York Times. The advertisement said "the high level of his Stevenson's campaign is a - land mark in the history of American politics." Casualty List Reaches 121,154 WASHINGTON (ff) -_ Announced TJ. S. battle casualties In Korea reached 121,154 yesterday, an increase of 885 since last week. New Total 19.051 89.320 Killed in Action Wounded , .... Missing Total Lately .. 158 : 41 885 12.783 121,154 of the OOP nominees Divight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon in the Democratic column Nov. 4. They can simply scratch out the names of Democratic nominees and write In those of the Republican candidates, according to the ruling. The ruling, requested by Qov. Al- Jan Shivers who has turned against the Democratic presidential nominee. Adlai Stevenson, could be of great significance in this state where Democratic party toyalty carries great weight. The opinion also said the names of the Republican candidates for president and vice president may also be written in the ballot's write- in column. In either case, the voles would be counted for the Republican Eisenhower-Nixon presidential electors. Iron Lungs Flown To Knoxville KNOXVILLE. Term. (!P) _ Iron lungs from as far away as Massa- chiuetis and Texas were rushed to Knoxville yesterday to help health authorities cope with an outbreak of polio. The Knox County Infantile Paralysis Chapter said 13 respirators had been ordered sent here as an area-wide eruption of the dread disease showed no signs of abating Chanter officials termed the outbreak the worst in Knoxvllle's history. Hairless Fox Shot PEKIN, Ind. W) - Tales of a naked-looking wild beast roaming around Washington County turned out to be true. John McCosltey shot it in his chicken yard. It turned out to be a grey fox that, for some unknown reason had shed practically all of its hair. The Hell Bomb By JAY HEAVILIN and RALPH LANE In a war ogamst the U. S, Russia, wilh only three \ (n four cities boasting a populaf ion of a million • ' of more, would find strategic bombing an o»- s tractive proposition. Soviet industry is largely > dispersed, while U. S. industry is highly COACCII- '"' (rated i. some 40 cities, II of whieh hove one ' million or more inhabitants. Map above shout ..}' M " .'-': S - r °'9cls for Soviet .H-bombs. A-bombs O.HWU- f block-busters and S*o/en Week-Old Baby Found In New York Apartment House NEW YORK MV-A stolen week- old girl was found yesterday with a woman whose own new-born baby lies sick in a hospital. Tilt baby, Gloria Hernandez, was taken from Bellcvue Hospital Sunday by a woman who asked for it by name. The attendant, presuming she was its mother, Mrs. Rafael Hernandez, gave it to her. The alleged abduction was discovered 2t hours later when Gloria's real mother, asked Jor her baby. A police check of all new mothers recently in Bellevue led to tin apartment of Mrs. Carmen Rodrl Suez; 32. There, police said, the; found Gloria — apparently un.' harmed. Mrs. Rodriguez' baby girl wa 1 born Sept. 28. suffering from con^ genital adhesions of the Intestines The child is In an incubator a Bellerae, being; fed Intravenously. Booked on a kidnaping charge. Mrs. Rodrjguez told police she had applied for home relief and was Informed she lacked certain papers and evidence that she had a babv to support. -j at 40,50,60?" — Man, You're Crazy *"orcet your SEC! Thousands fire peppy at 70. Try "pepping up" wllh'Ostrex. Con- lama tonic for weak, rundown feeling due solely to body's lade of iron which many tn*n and women call "old." Try Osfrex Tonic Tablets for pep, younger feeling this very day. 5Q£ introductory size 43^, At all dru E stores everywhere—]r Jllyttievllle. at Klrhy A Woods Drug Exclusively Ours! M^ fashion-fresh COTTONS Gay full skirted washables in carefree zipper styles- SO98 2 Priced so easily- to fit your budget A. Tulip pocket cotton in tiny check* with scroll trimmed skirt. Red, Blue. Green in sizes 12-20; "" B. Eye catching twin polka panels. INew and versatile for office and towa. ISavy and Red in size* 12 lo 20. MAIL or PHONE your ocdert 20O E. MAIN ST. Thieves, Get Sword Again ROME VP>— Thieve* have stolen, for the second time in recent months. R sword from the statue or St. Paul In front of Rome's Castel Santangelo. After the previous thert, Rome's pine Arts Division had a replacement sword. Poll Tax Soles Break Records LITTLE ROCK M'j _ Tlie Slate Auditor's office said yesterday that a record 556,501 poll tax receipts have been sold this year. The num. uer exceeds the previous hl R h of "PILES Stole My Pep -But New I'm WT Oaelor-D.v.lop.d, Clinic-p»v«d • »»dy lrin s i Foft Relief n«r<-> (ii.r>nUe<l relict from of Film. Tliornlon MinorT ointment deral- opeJ throucl, txpc-rirnco of IrcatiiiB 71.0CO pAVjentB Inr ?, century at WO.Htl's tc«<l[ni; RocUl hospital ha> liolpo.l million, He. lifrvca puln of pll^s—uromotea healing— he p, re.luoc .welling. Discover Wonderful tfhtf or money hr.ekl In tuboi «r conej at »ll Jrus •tore*. 522.783 sold in 1050. This was the final figure released yesterday )»• (he office. It includes returns from all of Arkansas' 75 counties. It is estimated that 50 per cent of all farm work in (he United Stales is hand wort;. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearerj o! ruin teeth ha*« EiiIjcrMl real -eintorraismrm beoauj. tliclr plate <lroi>p«!. s |ippc,l or wot) . Mill at Ju,t uio wrone time. Do not llvo in rear of tills (mppenlns lo you Jl «« tprlnWo » little FASTEKTH. tlie »l«aline (n,ir,<ii powder on your plntcs. Holds falsa iccth more (Irmly so they (ccl more comlortable. Doe., not sour Checks "platf odor" (den- liiio breath). Get FASTEETH at any nmg stoie. WAKNIN'G ORDF.K In the Chancery Courl, Chlcka- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Orn jane Osmnn, Ptf. vs. No. 12,208 Donald Lee Osman, Dft. The defendant, Donald Le« b«- man, IB hereby warned to >ppear within thirty days in the oiuri named in the caption hereof in* answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Ora Jane Osman. Dated this 8th day of October, 1953. Harvey Morris, Clerk fly Lnverne Ball. D.C. Percy A. Wright, attorrrey for pW. K. G. Partlow. attorney ad Litem.' 109-18-23-30 Does that tell-tale look' •" your IM uy change Etmrn MONIKU CRAMP! CHixst of urc ,_ EXCITING NEW SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY PERFORMS CARPET CLEANING! MAGIC!} 'K« horn* btouly Quit^-5 Uly off, DIRTS ruijl Kit Sp.inUt on. Bru.. OONt. CARfEIS DRY. » . «vtn Shoe Polish. On* Gallon , Clvoni epproxTmoiely Four 9x12 »uoi. Hall Collon 1729. .Gallon 1379. Chas. S. Lemons, Furnitur* ti«M Guo F oo d St STAGES OF LIGHT DECORATOR'S PLEATED JKADE-nHMMfl) WITH' RIBBON AND BOW MASSIVE METAL BRONZE FINISH ORNAMENT V n n ^^^•^^••M^^BB Dreifus > fOR BETTER. SIGHT" Tmpif uruirr OUTltT for lompj ighltr, radio, P^onfl ond oliwf usei. METAt TUWHG IN MATCHING FINISH K BRONZE FINISH | BRIDGE ARM HW M«rr *uroM»nc EUORIC UGHHI WO)tKSO«tr'AT4S° ANCLE. PREVENTS ACODJNTAl UIOHTING UNDIR ANY UONBlrONSI LEAJHER GRAM PLASTIC COVttW STEP-END TABLE ;im>3i»rUMPiSMOKING SET KINGSIZE BRASS nNtSH CIGARETTE BOX , AND ASH RECEIVER OUTIETS FOR ' UM? & UGHTER BRASS SEATING RINGSI ^ ETAi TUBING I IN MATCHING. FINISH ctKu» mm AKJWllD HAIL SJVK A" TIERS LUXURIOUSLY COVERED WITH WASHABLE, DURABLE PLASTIC YOUR CHOICE OF THREE POPULAR DECORATORS' COLORS • HUNTER GREEN • SERMUDA RED • COOL CHARTREUSE L THESE TIERS COVERED IN NEW 1EATHER GRAIN STAIN RESISTANT WASHABLE PLASTIC ,0"//, DHEIFUS Meet Dreifus . . . Wear Diamonds JIB \\FST\IAI\ ST. STOKES IN MEMPHIS, ILYTHEV1UE AND DTERSBURG X. RECESSED H RH PHONE TODAY THE PERFECT 3-IN-l GlfT.. . IDEAL FOR ANY HOME Here is the newest idea in smail styling — blends beoulifully wilh any furnishings. An oxqmsiloly designed plastic covered 0 tier sieo end loble combin^-j wilh a full size readinq lamp and shade PLUS an automatic electric ciqaretle hghlor and smoking accessoiies. Truly a tremendous 3-in-l value because you J^urS^SJJ,' 6 combinali °n at ONE AMAZING LOW PRICE. All three table lieis are covered .n luxurious, durable washable plaslie. completely circled with anliqued nail studs. The gorgeous lamp and brass finished smoking accessories all match perfectly. WE MAY NEVER EQUAL THIS VALUE AGA1N-ORDER MAIL THIS COUPG840DAY! 3743 Dreifus Jewelry Co. JSIythnville. Ark. Enclosed !i SJ.OO do»-n pavmcnl <x> uon os» 3-ln-l STEP END TAME combiacrlioo. I agree to pay SI JU wn-kly on if.e batarc*, Q GREEN Q IED p CHARTREUSE City A my Accoi "»yl"| Reopen my I I Open New f~*1 •unit—| OldAccountl | Account! I

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