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November 11, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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TUESDAY, NOV. 11, 1952 BIATHEVILLE (ARKJ COURIER NEWS lonservatives : ace Tough Fight : rom Laboriies Opposition Attempts To Oust Churchill's Regime in Parliament .ONDON Wi - Prime Minister Jiurchlll's ruling Conservatives lustcred their parliamentary Mrenglh to fight off a determined ippositlon drive today aimed at listing the government because of s economic policies. The battle challenge — strongest ic Conservatives have faced since hey took office a year ago—was ounded yesterday by the .Labor arty's No. 2 leader, former For- Ign Secretary Herbert Morrison. Charging Churchill admlnistra- on policies—which include repeal if Labor's steel nationalization— hreatened a'return .of. the mass memployment that plagued Britain luring the'period between the tjvo /orld wars, Morrison claimed no Sritish government could be cer- lin U. S. aid would be continued. Chancellor of the Exchequer lichard Butler and Harry Crook- hank, Tory leader of the, House, fere to take up the battle today or the Conservatives. Further ,nbor arguments were set by ormer Prime Minister clemenl tttlee and ex-Chancellor Hugh Jaitskell. Under British government tradi- lons, If Parliament approved the ippofiition "no confidence" motion ;hurchill arid his Cabinet woulc ave to resign. :re was little likelihood of thai ise the Tories have an overall najority of 16 in the" House of Com nons and have ordered, a ful! urnout of members for the vote onight. It was the first time since its lection in October, 1951, that a Conservative government faced an apposition "no confidence" motion In two occasions earlier (his year ibv, T ever, Churchill supporters won •olcs of confidence Initiated by hemselves. WARNING ORDER '.In (he Chancery Court, CJtlcka- iwbk District, Mississippi County Arkansas. Alma Ashworth, Ptf. vs. No. 12,246 James Thomas A.shworth, Dft. The defendant, Jame* Thomas Ishworth. is hejeby warned to ap- icar within thirty days in the cour lamed in the'-caption hereof and inswer the-complaint of the plain- iff. Alma Ashivorth.* Dated this-lOth day of Novembe 952. •"*< ' Harvey Morris, Clerk By Lav erne Ball, D.C. 'ercy A. Wright ally, for Plf. H. O. Partlow, atty. Ad LItem. 11-11-18-25 1212 952 m !he papers. He Bald he was unemployed but expected to be in the Air Force soon »nd »-«s willlnj to sign an allotment for support of the expected child. . Duff was ordered to pay HO weekly support after the birth, plus hospital and medical expenses. PAGE FT«B THEY DIDN'T HEAR A WORD SHE SAID-Memberi ol th« crew of the Canadian minesweeper "New Liskard." on liberty in New York, ire tupposedly listening to a lecture on points of Interest to be found at the new United Nations General Assembly building. However, the sailor* M»m to find the main point of Interest to be Mrs. Nina Mines:, 29, their UN guid*. The prettj. French-born guide it one ol 15 young women who ihepherd curious crowd! through the building.- Scientists Produce Synthesis Gas from Underground Coal By STANLEY ATKINS GORGAS, Ala. (ff/—Government scientists have produced synthesis gas from coal burned underground. It Is a synthetic gas from which chemists can make gasoline, other fuels and varioua synthetic chemicals. The success of this phase of the experiment, disclosed today, climaxes a six-year series of tests here In gasification of coal — the famed minlng-by-fire experiment conducted by the Bureau of Mines in co-operation with the Alabama power company,. It could mean the ultimate use of millions of tons of coal now left in the ground because mining by present methods is considered too costly for these deposits. This is the first time in the United States that sysnthesis gas has been made In appreciable quantities from coal burning in its natural seam. A limited amount was produced in an'earlier phase bf the experiment here. It was made by piimping oxygen over a burning mass of coal about 20(rfeet underground In £ practical application . of laboratory experi. ments of the past. Final evaluation await* an intensive study by the Bureau of Mines. But scientist* who directed •. observed the experiment are Confident that within the lifetime of most persons today the proce dures developed here will be put to commercial use. 14-Year-Old Loses Court Alimony Fight LOS ANGELES «1—Trie 14-year- old daughter of a film director has lost her plea for alimony and support for her unborn child under a court opinion that there was no 'evidence of a marriage ceremony in Mexico uniting her and 19-year- old Wylie Duff. Mrs. Josephine Duff, daughter of Felix Feist, had petitioned for alimony and support of $250 monthly pending trial of her divorce suit but she admitted that she and Duff did not get a marriace certificate, but only a slip to show that they had paid for a ceremony at Tijuani last -June 8. Duff testified he did not consider himself married when he signed Rain Spoilt Birthday For Thii Man, 102 NEW YORK to _ i saac Harris had planned to spend his 102nd birthday yesterday working on a stone wall he's building in front of his Slaten Island home. 3« he was disappointed. It rained. German* Still Fie* BERLIN •<* - U. s. officials report 108 deserters from the East German people's police fled to the West last week. The total for the past two weeks was 196, highest ever for such a period. Napoleon gave a medal to Benjamin Dellessert when he obtained sugar from beets In 1811. Eddie Cantor S*H*r HOLLYWOOD (*—Eddie Cantor, 60, discharged yesterday from Cedars of Lebanon HosplUl, plan* to return to work after about two weeks rest. He suffered • mild heart attack Sept. 29. Pat i O'Bryant VV heaping rich color treat in Town & Country Shoes & Bags STAR LJGHT Lovely in Gold While Satin and Crazy Quilt. PEEK-A-BOW Yours in Green, Navy or Red Calf. RISING STAR Brown, Red or Black Calf and Baleciago Suede. TOO* FAMILY SHOE STORE |312 W. Main !Phon*2342! 1 BUY THAT SPECIAL GIFT NOW . . . AT GREAT SAVINGS Jewelry J j 50% Reductions! A WORD ABOUT THIS GIGANTIC SALE FAT O'BRYANT orTcra yon tremendous saving, dnrlnf Ihii fijantlc PM-Christmas Sale. Sale s(»rts tomorrow, so be first bl line to take advantage of thew. navlnga on fine Jewelry »=•* tVlt for Uie homt. Regular prices hive bun literally ilashed . . . you'll sate more thin 50% on many Iteiru. Hurry! Com* In early for best seletleons! ' JEWELRY VALUES LADIES EARRINGS, a lovely assortment of fine qual- ilyM "^.........,: 950 and 350 MUSS VANITY LOCKETS ... for a thrilling $r AA gift this Christmas. Regular $10 .... V.UV 950 1.95 350 $ 9.87 750 DIAMOND RING SET Engatemenl and Wedrtlni Rln? Sets. Fine, Quality: Reg, 37.50 $1 750 17 : i CHARM BRACELETS for the teen-ager. They"re a regular $1.95 value for only '. GOLD & SILVER MEDALLIONS. A popular ' jewelry gift item shell love. . . Reg. $2.»5 SCATTER PINS, nice to give and wonderful to receive. Large selection. Reg. 75c DELTA I'EARLS . . . surprise here with the gift she has always wanted Reg. 19.75 MEN'S TIE PINS . . . Regular $1.50 Value OTHER JEWELRY VALUES Gold.and Silver Chockers, Reg. S1.95 for 98c; Goid Necklaces with Colored Stones, Reg. $3.95 for $1.35; Pearl Hair Barrelte, Reg. $1 for fi5c; Ladies Expansion Bracelets, Reg. Slfi.95 for $8..|7; Alva Pearl and Earring Set, Reg. $12.50 for 56.25; Delta Pearl Chock'«•; Reg. $9 for €.75; Baby Hems greatly reduced; Men's and Ladies' Billfolds reduced tremendously; many other items. Ladies & Men's Watch Bonds 25c up USED WATCHES Come in and make us a price! WATCH TRADE-IN SALE! Big trade-in allowance for your old watch on a new one! PAT O'BRYANT JEWELRY Main & Second in Blythcvill* GIFTS FOR THE HOME CAMBRIDGE CRYSTAL VASE ... a wonder ful ifem for the home. Reg. $5. ;....;..•. '2.50 BRASS & CHINA TRIVETS . . .come in and $1 4A see them. Regular $2.25 . . . only 9 IW CHINA &.CRYSTAL ASH TRAYS 500 to 1.00 HKISEY CRYSTAL VASES in Orchid Pal- *J AA terns.. Fine Quality. Reg. 55.50 *tiUU SILVER BUU : VASE ; . . Reg. 510 Value $r AA TIFFIN CRYSTAL VASES . . .Reg. 7.50 $« « 6.75 550 DOROTHY THORPE ORIGINAL CRYSTAL S, VASES . . . Reg. $15 Values INDIVIDUAL WOODEN SALAD BOWLS . . . Reg. 95c _ TOWLE HANDI'AINTED TRAYS . . . Reg. $A Ar $5 0.93 NASH HANDPAINTED TRAYS ... 4 to a $ box. A teriffic value, SILVER CJG. URN S; 2 TRAYS . . . Rc B . $10 $ value '......... .'..;... SILVER CRYSTAL RELISH DISHES . . . V, Price. Regular 7.20 .95 7.00 3.60 & 1 /2 off on the following items! Lovely Brass Planters', 1/4 Off; Pictures,.1/4 Off; Odd . Pieces'in Holmes & Edwards Plalware, Beautfiul Chf- na Lamps with Lovely Silk Shades, 1/4 Off on value* up fo $10.50; ( Hamlpain(ed Charlclon China'Cups and Saucers, 1/4 Off; 1/4 Off on 1'aragon Fine China Bont Figurines, Bone China Cigarette Box and 2 Tray^ Handpainled Milk Glass Vases, Fine China Bud Vases, Gold liud Vases, China Salt & Peppers. 1/2 Off on Luster Pitchers, Gold Sail & Peppers, Odd Plates an4 China and Crystal Ash Trays. ,

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