The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 28, 1952
Page 7
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MONDAY, TO1.Y M, 1959 From Hamburger to Hosiery— More Blytheville Value Days specials have been lined up by pnr- Nrlpntfng store.-; to save (he BVDyCnstomrr money, promote sa]r>s for merchants, and In ?enoral help consumers and firms to pnilkiiint? in bargaln-riay »:orpf?din25 that benefit one ami all. Amon?, ^ will be on sale tomorrow are (.Picture N<K 1-, 51-^a'i^i v , i;i-<l thai will irinil at only 61 emts per pair. In 1'icuiro No. are d''iiu>iiM,ialrd tPs;injj a lunch of barI>rc'.U'cL lininimrvci 1 frirs that \vili he -rrved up tonmmivv far ;i7 ceni.'- roiiipl Arkansas News Briefs — Only 27 Per Cent of AMD Equipment Reported Purchased on Open Bids By The Associate*! Frcs* TjTTTLK ROCK—Apparently only 27 per cent o£ highway cqulp- V men I purchased by (he Arkansas Highway Department from July 1, 1947, io June 30, I9M P was purchased on open bids. The St. Louis accounting firm of Pent, Marwick, Mitchnll and Co, di=rloFfd the figure In n report to the Highway Audit Commission marie public Saturday. The figure on bidding related only to mirchac-er; of units costing more than $500 each on which thft auditors said bids were required by Act 214 of 1913. During the four-year-poriod, the firm said 1,504 such units wrre purchased at a cost of 53,828,589. of ihese, 433 units costing $1.746,332 were boucht after receipt nf bids. The accountants recommended (h?t.; The highway dcpfid merit's Recounting system be revised (a study is underway); cessation of "multiple purchase orders to evade the law"; the purchase ol mptfrial* direct from manufacturers when permitted by oenlrr franchise agire- • merits; a continuing internal audit and periodic independent audits, and setting up of adequate personnel department with a Job classification system. FPC Okay to Bring Gas to Arkansas Soon ROCK—A MidSouth Gas Co. official says the Federal Po^'cr Commits ion's n\]lhori?-it)on to construct a 400-mile natural j line will bring immediate delivery of 8,606,000 cuhic leet of gas daily to Arkansas. f William A, Green, executive vice president of the firm, said Mid- hnni'.va!c stove will <Tfer |i;ih:(<v n( cnst, and in Pirliiro Nn, 3. F are shewn m:-p''eifn'j the tcin.plctp line to determine iheir nrrris. pic- C/lffSf Gnin<J Rohc Used nue No. -5 shows a few fif the mimy framed pictures which will j-o on i .-'!c in one nivtlu-ville s-dre tmnorrrtw- r(*H»|:ir $4.!>0 valuer which will i COI,ON'5>AY. tMiiiiikt ! -I'- A ., , , . : vr;it'-r>Ul ci'.ri.'-iriiinu L'ohe *,v;is uscti M-U fni ,»i!ly $1^,. (Crmrirr > S -«» H,..lns> ; , vhrn th( , lllf . i]ir , rm |l( M] ._ , ult , , .— . _. | MI-. r'hff hncih \\PK rhnstrnrd ; j here l.irtV llohrrt Tinier wnrr I he ' same robe Ilia! vvns li-rrl Inr the • i rhi 1 isiruin:: o[ liis fiithcr, nr;mci- Sfa(/'/i Watches His Air Force How to Chas'e 'Yankees' By i:ni)V <;1I,MO1U': > ncnlnst nlleced vfolalfnu of Snvir MOSCOW '.^ - Prime MinLslrr - Uri'itnry oy U, S. plnncx. ytnlin, other tnp piiR^ifln officials ' ~~" nnd many foi eicn cue.stf w-atrhrr] Slnl' 1 Depiirtmr-nt cif [ir'inlr i 'lie Soviet Union's Aviation Hay i '.Vashinmon nir show over Morrow yeslrrday.' have jirote.'Mrd f\ne\v acintnst Hi but riipInmiiLs n[ the United Stairs, in Rritain and Trance sinynti away, i pc WITP .ipips. an nl!r;rntinn hotly do- I iiind by the U. r>, Finally the Amni ! Iran p'lvrrninrni p.ii(i $120,000 in INKS for thru 1 re In ;i no. . depict rri -sairl have jirote.'Mrd f\ne\v posters ns exploits nt ['he Wrpirrn cnvovs turned dnwn | alinn. Kennon was reported to invitations in prntr;;i acrvinr,! jms- i nsKnlrd 1o Mosrow officials lh:it Ihr need reliable onswcti to youf"criji» questions" this year! •• • , get them in FIRST YOUNG AMERICA MEDAL AWARDS—Two boys and a girl, selected by the Department oC Justice for bravery and outstanding service during 1951, receive from President Truman the first Young America Medal Awards. From left: Sluarl William Oberg, 17, o( Millinocket, Me., receives the Service Medal for outstanding activity- in Civil Defense; Parker Edward Strati, 10. of Coral Cables, Fla., the Bravery Medal for snving n 9-year-old fiirl from an alligator; and Margaret GalR.ssi, 1G, of Sprinpfirld, 111., the Bravery Medal for saving seven children for whom she was baby- titting, from a blazing home. South irill begin con,s'niction of a $2-5 million gs? distribution system in Eastern Arkansas within the next two weeks. ill rtfrct ndniHi ' hn air Riissin ' ( ' !in plfinr.s— a .s for the f\'('iit which showed Russfan plnnrs in pursuit of Arneri- cnn CL nil. The American. British nnd French air ntinchcs did attend the show, however. Puffing n pipe find looking in the nkf 72-ypfir-old Slnlin lonk lively \ differed prpatly thnn those put interest in thr arrny of jel and con-! by the Rii^inns: ventinnnl pianos, (Uitojriros and In ihe Bnltic Inrtrirnt In April pnrncliutisU; which filled the sky 1050, l.hp U. a. rh.ircrrl the nnsKi:niK over the Tushino Airport. shot down without prnvoratinn nn nttrirkK r^ri Amnn- char go the Sovici ^ ad dr>nird In ihn pnM. 1J - •*•>- Version DirTrrs The U. S. vprplnns nf 1hf incidont.<: oul U. S. Arnhnswnrtor Genrcr F. Koiman said be had notified Soviet officials of his objection. 1 ; to tbe istcr.s, Rc<l« Chase \'ank>i The posters showed Soviet planes unarmed American pntrnl plan over (he open sea fliuhl trnm Oorrnnny to Honnirttk [ r j'he plane, a [onr-rritjEnc Privatror j with If) men nbonrrl, tiever was 1 founti Russia sniri the plnne \\nx a n.21) that invadrd Kovirt territory chnslnK thrrn plnnos with U. S-] opened firr on Russian flRhlcrs and markings. The description under [ tUrn' f:as rhn.ierl nut tfl soa. ' one? snid it depicted an incident in j Thp secnnd inridpnt wns over! the rifiltic when an American plane Himjrnry ln:;( Novrrnbrr. Amrriran- violated Soviet territory but was S officials said Communist flchlers! driven off. Thr second plime in the; forced down an Amerlrnn Cni In poster apparently was one downed! Communist. T-hm^ny nl\rr (he U. f5, in Hungary and tbe third referred ' crnfl hiui -slraycrj by ftorjrtrnt frnm to ,in incident in thp Fnr East. ''its route from W^sffm Cir-j-m.iny t<j Gal. Gen. nf AviaL r>[ P. Zhiunrey i Brlcrnrie. Vn^oj-hvin. Huncrnrv voirrci shnrp warninE^ ypRierday rharerrl the four U. S. fliers nlinjird 1OQ PROOF BOTTLED IN BONO YHlOWSTONf. IKC., IOUISVIUE, KY Oflcn referred to as "a newspaperman's newspaper" the MONITOR covers the world with a netv/orkof News Bureaus and correspondents. Order a special introductory subscription today — 3 months for $3. You'll find the MONITOR "must" -reading and as necessory i os your HOME TOWN J ; PAPER. o 15. MoH.,U.S.V introductory Woni-» tor lubicr.prdDn—76 muei I encl«e JlJ t nrr~ rS'f * f ^^ J EXPERIENCED TRUSTWORTHY CAPABLE WILLING / •i I s l 'f-"*Sf ' "ff,fH \- ''<£/ -*!.£" WELL T W Hbw itoi fr=w Sencifor Beardcn wos elected iii 1950 for a four-year te^m, but after a Supreme Court decision in rcdisl rioting the State his tcim wos cul In half. 'We believe; his record will prove that he is entitled to re-election to complete a FULL TERM. Arf<Tr(l<ln« f»1<1 (or h.T .tlmmlp Park< anil Frlrnd< nf I.rf Orarilrn In HMIirvlllfi

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