The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY, DEC. », 1952 THE LITTLE PEOPLE'S CHRISTMAS BLYfrnE\ r TLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS A Nice Surprise BY WALT SCOTT WHAT'6 THIS! A MEAP OP PRESENTS AMD A NK YOU ALL AMD DO T 1 "- CHRISTMAS IT'S ' T0 ThiE l , WAf? MTH OF THE LITTLE TQYs&y 60MWA MISS THOSE TOYS! WEMBL.Y AMD LOOP AMD THE TW/M5 5MOULD BE ALOMG SOOM. US May Take Plane Seizure To the International Court WASHINGTON M — The United ilates may take to the Internation- I Court Its 'complaint against Husla and Communist Hungary, tor he 1951 seizure of an American Air Force cargo plane. The plane was forced down in Hungary by Soviet fighters on bor- ier patrol. After being held for six *eeks the (our Air Force crewmen were released, but only after the 0. S. paid a fine of $123,605 imposed by the Hungarians on a harge of illegally crossing the rentier. The • U. S. yesterday served a ormal demand on Moscow for elurn of the plane and its cargo, v payment of its $98,119 estimated Rjue, plus interest. Hungary was asked to turn over court records of the secret trial. Nothing was said ;about refunding the fine. The' demand appeared to be a futile gesture. Hungary has ignored such requests in the past, and the U. S. has never been able to get a satisfactory settlement of border incidents with Russia. Dut the State Department said this government is "considering- appropriate legal action" and the formal notes were deemed a necessary preliminary step. rf Russia run! Hungary refuse to settle by negotiation, the next step presumably would he an appeal to the International Court at The Hague. Russia, however, has refused to be bound by decisions of this tribunal. In any event, the State Depart- Two Boys End Up Broke After Lavish Spending of Someone Else's Money By Lloyd wolfi. OKLAHOMA CITY w —-Everyone has a yen to live like a millionaire. And no one had the desire more than two young Oklahoma City brothers. The boys, age 11 -and 12, found temptation too much of a foe ns they sat near a woman with a bulging purse Monday night at the Bethel Center. Later, when they looked inside the purse, (hey found what appeared to be a million dollars—or, even better, $160 cold cash. The next day they skipped to school loaded. Police, recapping their adventure, said they threw handfuls of dollar bills in the air and watched their schoolmates scramble for the money. . One of them tipped a .playmate £'.25 .for a shoeshine. He' valso (handed a lad a quarter to brush h his coat. j As the riay wore on, nnd spend- ijng money became dull, the 12- j^car-old found a way to liven I] things ,»p. He gave a girl S3 for , : four kisses. The brothers handed a school- .mate a 520 bill and ordered: "Here. son. Go get me some change." When the Jricnd returned he was tipped S5 for 'his trouble. Hot dog stands in the neighborhood suddenly found they were doing a banner business. At one point the boys got brave enough to ask Iheir homeroom teacher if they could throw a big Christmas party. The suspicious teacher turned thumbs down on the proposal. When the boys ran out of cash —they also ran out of friends. Bv that time police hart been informed of the spending spree and collared them. The father promised full restitution, but the police decided they would get back as much money as (hey could. Juvenile Officer O. E. Bailey reported so far they have collected $14.90. One boy, he said, had only a nickel left—but he generously returned it. Several others also explained they had already spent their money. In the meantime, the youni; millionaires found themselves penniless, friendless and facing the wrath of their angry father. Read Courier News Classified Ads s^^v*^, Shop TODAY / for Christmas % FITZPATRICK'S USY CRPWT TERMS "It Takes Only 3 Minutes To Open a Charge Areoynt" ' FITZPATRICK JEWELERS fc' 111 MT * • . ment is building up a 'careful record, for a reckoning in the United Nations or elsewhere, which would serve also to refute Communist propaganda. Russia has contended the plane was forced down, white trying to deliver supplies to nnti-Communlst guerrillas. The State Department says it was on a routine flight Uk- Ing supplies from Germany to the U. S. Embassy at Belgrade, Yugoslavia,' and that the plane lost its bearing. Russia has kept armed forces in Hungary ever since World War II. MOX Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1 -.00 Always a Double Feature THURS - FRI Double Feature LEO Met My Son John ffi-HfflJX-Ml.111- JIGGER A 1'atamoiiiu Picture — I'lus — .* , •: wn llfoil • Ifte Settpi : *• • Also Carfoon Crosby to College PULLMAN, Wash. «>) — Crooner Btng Crosby has joined his twin sons In animal husbandry courses at Washington Slate College. He was on the registration rolls today for the annual WSC short, curse for stockmen. His 18-year- old sons, Dennis and Philip, are in the department working for u degree. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIMES TONITE "MARU MARU 1 With Ruth Koman & Errol Klynn FRIDAY 'CYRANO DE BERGERAC" Starring Jose Ferrer, and Mala Powers SATURDAY "ARIZONA FRONTIER" Tex Kilter SAT. OWL SHOW "THE GREEN GLOVE" Glenn Ford Geralrline Brooks Wood fs Hie raw material (or many chemically synthetic prod nets. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58' LAST TIMES TON1TE "THE STEEL TRAP" Joseph Cotton Teresa Wright FRIDAY "Devil's Doorway" Robert Taylor SATURDAY 'CALIFORNIA PASSAGE" Forrest Tucker SAT. OWL SHOW "Ghost Chasers' Uowcry Roys RAKE REPTILES designed b y material by FLEMING i^OFFE LTD. Shoes of ortislry and beauty Cfafled in v enduringly handsome genuine alligolor ^ end olligofor lizard. Intrigue- Alligator Lizard with 5/8 Inch Platform, also available In Alligalo i square throat pump, also available in Alligator Lizard Medium heel m Alligator Lizard only. Purses to match all alligator and alligator lizard shoes. FAMILY SHOE~STORE 1312 W. Main ! Phone 2342^^ Navy's Super Constellation Passes Tests WASHINGTON t/P) ~ The Navy snld today its R7V-1 Super-Constellation, which It calls "America's fastest military air transport." he: passed nine weeks of grucllnc strength tests. 'To prove the structural strength PAGE FITE of the m-foot-long plane, engineers nt the Lockheed Aircraft Corp, factory In ISurbank, Calif., londcd the fuselage with lead ingots and added external pressures until the bending forces equalled 175,000 pounds. The R7V-1 1ms a turbo-compound engine — a piston engine with a supplementary Jot engine; using the exhaust gasses — which gives it n cruising of 310 miles nn hour or more, 50 miles nu hour bettor than the regular piston engines. Wyoming has produced 339 million tons of coal since 1000. McADAMS HOUSE OF FLOWERS Phone 4549 2C« E. Dart. I'ine, Hemlock & Laurel Roplnj. I'ine. Hemlock A Balsam Bonghl Open Nights Til Christmas Choose a Fine Gift for the Home! Hew Travfs Court-by Drexe/ Is a small room a handicap? Certainly not! Why even the tiniest room can have great charm —especially when furniture like this New Travis Court Group by Drexel is used. This handsome, compact, multi- useful furniture brings poise , . . balance perfect charm. Made of mahogany on hardwoods. ,^\ ^ ^ J..I I .' ^'' A ,<-» t-' >J.f Drop Leaf TAIil.B . . . 99.95 lircakfronl China 132.00 GO" liuffct 1SJ.95 98" Drop Leaf Table with 3 Leaves 144.95 HUBBARD& Phone 4409 FURNITURE Blythsyille

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