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April 13, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1954 Truman Warns Of Using Tactics Of U*f Of Ptaying on Ftars F*r Partisanship Ends FULTON, Mo. (AP) — Harry %u«ian declared last night mat in fighting a fifth column iff the United States "we should be sure that we do not fall into the trap of adopting fee totalitarian tactics of the Communists themselves." '"Ihe nature of the Communist conspiracy is such that in combat- ting it we have had to scrutinize. very closely, the lives of many citfiens," the former President said. "This is part of the struggle against espionage. But in resisting the enemy, we must not tear ourselves apart." He said that demagogues in this country "are. playing on our fears to further partisan political ends." Speaking about "political bogeymen who proclaim themselves custodians of our freedom," he apparently referred to Sen. McCarthy (R-WIs) without mentioning his name when he remarked: "There is even one among them whose torrent of wild charges is calculated to damage the faith of Americans in the integrity of their government. army, schools, churches, their labor unions, and the press. Most of all he is threatening to undermine the respect and confidence Americans must have in one another. "The cause of freedom both at home and abroad is damaged ». great country yields to hysteria." GIANT CARRIER—The British claim that the Blackburn Bev- Criey Is the largest air freighter in the world. It supposedly can #tt 28 tons and can be converted from a freighter to a passenger plane capable of carrying 132 passengers. Powered by four engines, the Beverley can operate from 1000-foot runways and can float down to land like a helicopter. The plane is being tested in London lor the Royal Air Force. Georgescu Boys Near Reunion with Mother NEW YORK (AP) — The two Georgescu boys, held hostage by Red Romania seven years in a fruitless effort to get their father to spy on his adopted America, flew the last leg of their journey today for a joyous reunion with their mother. Their home coming meal will include steak, said overjoyed Mrs. Georgescu. The boys flew from Germany yesterday with their Romanian- born father, 50-year-old Valeria C. Georgescu. whose bold rejection of Communist spy demands gained wide attention last May and caused W^minster -a,, of the:fct secretary of the College, where he was scheduled to give another talk today on his presidential papers. He * delved, into "mass hysteria and witch hunting in American history" and said that witch hunters "are on the loose again, often cloaked with immunity, and armed with subpoenas and the cruel whiplash of unevaluated gossip. "•' Be said history is filled with examples of temporary mob excitement, stirred by false or exaggerated charges, resulting in injury to innocent people. "On various occasions, down through the years, mass hysteria has gripped the populace for temporary periods, resulting in a witch hunt," he added. "There is a common pattern in the development of this hysteria. "Usually it takes root in an atmosphere of war, severe economic crisis or a threat of either. Insecurity is a fruitful breeding ground for such a movement. In an atmosphere of this kind demagogues or other individuals can more easily stir up emotional and irrational fear." WARNING ORDER W THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI, COUNTY ARKANSAS. Jack V. Priest, Pltf. vs. No. 12649 Mary Priest, Dft. The defendant, Mary Priest, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of plantiff, Jack V. Priest. Dated this 26th day of March, 1954. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk Romanian legation in Washington following State Department charges of blackmail. Lengthy Negotiations Washington had been negotiating for months to get the youths out of Romania. Rep. Francis P. Bolton (R-Ohio). who worked on the case last fall as a delegate to the U. N. General Assembly, disclosed last night that President Eisenhower recently wrote personally to the Romanian government, appealing for their release as "the heart- ful thing to do." The parents had not seen the lads since 1947", when the couple left the family's native Bucharest for a two-month visit to the United States. The father, branch chief in Romania for Standard Oil of New Jersey, was refused readmit- tance "as a representative of American capital, and they refused to let our sons join us." Mrs. Georgescu first heard the good news at 2 yesterday morning from two strange voices—her sons' Church Here Plans Series of Services Evangelist Clarence Johnson of Fresno. Calif., will conduct a series of nightly services at Full Gospell Tabernacle at Lilly and Vine beginning Friday and continuing until May 2. Services will begin each night at 7:30. according to the Rev. M. D. Mabry, pastor. The Rev. Mr. Johnnson, who completed a similar series in Long Beach. Calif.. Sunday, will discuss "Miracles of Healing." To remove paint stains, use gasoline or turpentine: denatured alcohol will remove lacquer, shellac, By OPAL DOYLE. D. C. or varnish stains. Claude F. Cooper, atty. for pltf. Ud B. Cook, attorney ad iltem. 3/30 - 4/6 -13 - 20 —over transatlantic telephone from Munich. Zambeti Forced Out "It was so wonderful to be called Mama again after so many years," she said. "Their voices were of men. I did not recognize them." The State Department last May disclosed Georgescu's story charging the Romanian first secretary. Christache Zambeti, visited him in New York and tried to blackmail him into spying for the Reds in exchange for his sons' liberty. Georgescu said he refused to 'sell my conscience" by betraying his newly acquired American citizenship. Zambeti was forced to leave the country but protested he had been framed. During the long separation, the boys first stayed with their grandmother in Bucharest. Constantin was drafted into the Romanian army and attached to a labor battalion. Peter was put into training as an electrician. Their formal education ended in 1950. Webb to Preside At AOA Session Dr. Milton E. Webb of Blytheville. president nf the Arkansas Opto- metric Association, will preside at. the three-day state convention of the AOA to open April 20 in Hot Springs. The Ladies Auxiliary of the AOA also will hold Us annual conventions then. * Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Twelve building permits were granted by the city la*t week, including six to R. D. Hughes for ihe construction of $1,500 three- room living quarters for labor on Chickasawba Avenue. F. B. Joyner received a permit to build a $1,000 one-room concrete block storage building at Carr and Highway 18, while V. C. Williams obtained a permit to build a $300 two-room frame residence at 603 Moultrie Drive. Holly Development Co. was granted a permit to biuld a $14,000 six- room frame residence at 1800 Holly Street. A permit to build a $500 one-room frame addition to a residence at 1904 Hearn was granted to. Jack Robinson while a remodeling permit was given to the Beacon Baptist Church to do $1,000 worth of work on a building at 306 South 20th. C. and G Gas Co. received a permit to build a $2,000 concrete and sheet metal office and display room on Elm Street and to install a 30,000 gallon and an 18,000 gallon storage tank for propane and Butane gas. Real estate transfers recorded in the office of the circuit clerk last week were: J. "N. and Ruth Smothermon to W. A. Afflick, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 2, Block 8, Davis Addition. C. A. and Sallie Cunningham to Magnolia Courts Inc., for $10 and other consideration, Lot 9, Highland Place Cecond Addition. J. E. a/id Mary K. Stevenson. Jr., and Kendall and Thelma Berry to J. S. and Mary K. Stevenson, for $10 and other consideration, Lots 7, 8, 9 Block 3; Lot 13, E half Lot 12, 13. 17. W half Lot 14, Block 5, Country Club Addition. J. R. and Mary K. Marr, Jr., to Frank and Helen Westall, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 5, Block 6, Country Club Area Addition. W. C. and Roxie Gates, to Loyd and Katie Stewart, for $360, Lot 16, Block 3. Elliott Addition. Max and Annie Laurie Logan to does that tell tale look' on your face say change of life? A pveat many women suffer "change of life" after forty. They tire easily, have "nerves", sleep poorly. «re hard to live with. Their eyc« and face get that "chunKe" look. Ciu-dui has helped thousands of women to lose that "change" look. Cardui nets to (1) improve appetite. (2) thus build »trenitth ami resistance, (3) ease tension and nervousness-sleep better. Let triple-action Cardui help you fe«l better, look better and b« your normal, cheerful self again. Get Cardui today. (Say: "card-you-ei/e"). MONTHLY CRAMPS CHANGE OF LIFE Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Eat. talk. Inugh or sneeze without fear or insecure false teeth dropping, slipping or wobbling. FASTEETH holds plates firmer and more comfortably. This pleasant powder has no summy, gooey, pnsty taste or leellng. Doesn't cause nausea. It's alkaline (non-acid t. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH »t any driJET counter. Dr. L B. SHAW CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST \ Will Be At Walls Hospital Thursday, April 22 For Appointment Call 4406 The Christmas tree industry of j the United States is a mighty one. About 21.000,000 trees are produced each year; 87 per cent are pro- j duced on private forest land; about j a million are harvested on the national forests. About 100,000 acres • of woodland are devoted solely to \ growth of Christmas trees. WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3122 Wade Furn. Co. romp I DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Hoars: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. frith Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St. GOING FISHING? See Eddie For Refreshments BUR — BY BOTTLE OR CASE Nationally Advertised Liquors l*Wt Liquor $toi» BilNard Parlor Itt •*« Mftta AGAIN . . . The RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN LEADS THE WAY! Television Specials In Take Home Packages: ITALIAN SPAGHETTI (Razorback's Famous Italian Style Sauce, with Hot Rolls - - ONE FULL QUART 1 2 FRIED CHICKEN (Golden Brown, with French Fries and Hot Rolls) 1/2 DOZ. FRENCH FRIED SHRIMP (Jumbo Size, with French Fries and Hot Rolls) OUR FAMOUS BOSTON BAKED BEANS, ONE PINT i. 1.25 $1. Just Drive Up to the Curb If You Don't Want to Come In — All In Take Home Packages THICKEST MILK SHAKE IN TOWN . . ......... 25c BANANA SPLIT ............................... 30c HIRES FAMOUS ROOT BEER ................... 10c Try the Razorback's Take Home Packages -Have More Time to Enjoy Yourselves! Henry and Cherie Thompson, for $10 and other consideration, Ix>t 5, Block G, John B. Walker Second Subdivision. $1.800. parcel of land in SE quart- Ditzel and Pearline Tonlinson to E. D. and Josephine Mosley, for er ( NE quarter, Sec. 1-T15-R10E. C. M. Jones to Wilburn and Mary Lovelady, for $500, Lot 10, Block 2. Matthews First Addition to Leach- vine. Mrs. Lou Baggett to C. S. Baggett , for $1 and other consideration, N half, Lot 1, Block 3, Davis Second Addition; half acre in NE quar- ter, Sec. 17-T151R11E. C. S. and Lucille Baggett to R. D. Hughes, for $10 and other consideration Lot 17, Irregular lots in NE quater Sec. 17-T151R11E. H. D. and Beauah McLeod, to R. D. Hughes, for $10 and other consideration, Lots 12. 13, 14, 15, 16, 21, and 23 of Irregular lots, NE quarter, Sec. 17-T15N-R11E. J. E. and Mary K. Stevenson and Kendall and Thelma Berry to Prank Wagner, for $1.500, Lot 11 and W half Lot 12, Block 4, Country Club Heights Addition. E. R. and Eileen Shannon to V. O. »nd Marie Wilkinson, for $1 and other consideration. Lot 3, Block 3, Matthew Second Addition to Leachville. Ellen Young Matthews Golladay to H. B. and Plorrye Joyner, for $20.000 Lots 1 and 2, Punk Willis Subdivision in SE quarter, NE quarter, Sec. 33-T16-R11E. H. B, and Florrye Joyner to Ell«n Golladay for $7,500. Lot 81, Original survey of Blytheville. Tony and Maxine Tucker, to Bryan and Mary Hall, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 15, Block 7, David Acres Subdivision. Night or Day Some blossoms depend on bees. butterflies, and other day-flying insects to carry their pollen. whil« other plants close their petals during the day and open them only at night, when moths are flying. SEPTIC TANK SERVICE CLEANING SEPTIC TANK and CESS POOL Modern Equipment— All Work Guaranteed GEORGE NUCKLEft Phone 116 Monette, Aik. FOR YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM SUITE (Regardless Of Make Or Condition On Any Kroehler 2-Pieca Living Room Suite For 10 days only well allow you $50 for your old suite, and ask no questions, on a trade for one of our beautiful new Kroehler living room suites or couch suites. You can apply the $50 trade-in allowance as part of down payment ... balance on easy monthly terms. FOR EXAMPLE: NATIONALLY ADVERTISED 2-PC. KROEHLER LIVING ROOM SUITE - - $199.95 LESS $50 TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE 50.00 YOU PAY ONLY .... 149.95 AS LOW AS $ 3°° A WEEK PAYS FOR IT! BARD & SON Phon. 4409 FURNITURE B| y* heville

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