The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1954 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 29, 1954
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE fARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRTt W, 1954 WILSON SENIOR CAST — "Seventeen Is Awfully Young," a three-act play, will be presented by the Wilson High School Senior Class Thursday night. Shown above are members of the cast, which includes Mary Abbott, Reta Wright, Peggy Zook, Polly Stanrod, John Grain, James Earl Lynch, Sammie Sue Grant, Howard Cissell, Lucille Brackeniech and Ralph Whiteside. Independence Party Sweeping to Victory In First Major British Honduras Election By JACK RUTLEDGE BELIZE, British Honduras t#— Early returns today showed the independence - seeking People's United party (PUP) sweeping to victory in this British Central American colony's first election to name a majority of the Legislative Council, Here in the capital, the PUP captured 65 per cent of the total vote and its leaders won the Council seats from all three urban districts. Returns from the country's six rural districts were not expected until tonight. This was the official count in Belize: Belize, North — George Price (PUP) secretary), 1.855: John Smith, independent who broke with the Pup, 619. Belize, West—Leigh Richardson (PUP) chairman). 1,900; Lionel I Francis (.pro-British National par- 'ty>, 200; Fred Wesby (independent), 150.' Belize, South—Philip Goldson j (PUP) 978; Herbert Fuller, (Na! tional party) 877. N ? ine Elected Balloting: yesterday was for nine I seats in the colony's new 13-mem- jber Legislature. Previously the j governor had appointed over half I the Council members. In the new body, he will name three and three , others will be officials of the colon! ial government. j Richardson in a victory state- jment said his faction, which generally is considered anti-British, is "prepared to cooperate with the present administration in developing the country along progressive lines." He said he would "work toward internal and external control of the country's affairs by constitutional means.' ' The balloting, which State Department observers said was as •free as any in the "United States." was carried off without disturbance. Seventy-six per cent of the colony's 21,000 registered voters went to the polls. A British government investigator who recently held hearings here charged the PUP had been aided by the Leftist government of neighboring Guatemala. The PUP was not accused of being communistic but the British oppose links with Guatemala, which long has claimed British Honduras. DRUG STORES ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Agency DRUG STORE For Baby's Health Olafsen Oleum Percomorphum Sunshine vitamins A&D HINKLE TABLETS igc B "WORTHMORE". BOTTLE OF 100. (Limit». . *** # * DOAN'S PILLS g7 REGULAR 90c SIZE. (Limit 1) Paper NAPKINS 2'29 *+.**•*+ 4*i» MA «*•_>«*•*• luff* ._ . . _. ^B^a» H t^^^a» ^1^^ BOX OF 80—CHEFUNE (Limit 2} CAMAY SOAP 7S 2-5 DirfMll AQ CITr RAR« /T ;„;- i\ ».*... .%^R^K^^ REGULAR SIZE BARS (Limits) WASH CLOTHS 3:25 C 2V4-OX. SLOAN'S LINIMENT WALGREEN'S Own Children's ASPIRIN SQUIBB Mineral -gram. Bottle 50.. Cherry flavor niakes them easier to take. 60° Shampoo FREE with Horn* P*rfiun*ftt R.fili 4 50 •t only . Buy Lipstick— Get 40 C Nail Polish Free! 11-50 410 Value . . Jt~ REVLON'S Cxcitfftf/y "FIRE AND ICE" EAU DE PARFUM Olaf**n Formula AYTINAL MULTIPLE VITAMINS 11 vitamins incl. B-12. Bottle of f\ 7Q 200 potent "J12 Blazing "Fire & Ice" color caught in a luscious scent. High adventure in $^J fragrance. 2-ouoce Cool Heel Rest DELUXE FLAT IRON Modern design .. Walnut Finish NITE BEAM BED LAMP Bullet $haped, 23 C ZINC OXIDE Ointment. 1-oz. »iz« 29 C CALAMINE Lotion. 4-02. bottle BEN-GAY For Pain Due to muscular achei LIGHTER turatd I fro* Flight i PO-DO IOLF MILS 1 Si/icon* CQc i fraaftrf.W I *f*r'l,ftt. Taelay mm* Evory Wmj „ . . Th«r* are At GIGANTIC SALE TO END ALL SALES FOR APRIL '54 WITH SENSATIONAL BARGAINS GALORE... April 30th May 1st Regular 1.00 Ladies Half Slips and Petticoats Plisscs and Cottons . . . Wide assortment of styles . . . Beautifully trimmed . . . Shadow panel and four gore styles . . • Regular and extra sizes. Regular 1.00 LADIES BRASSIERES Our entire stock of $1.00 Brassieres, famous brands, broadcloth nylon, and satin, including strapless styles A, B, and C, cups, all sizes. Regular 49c < LADIES PANTIES Sensationally Priced Rayons, two bar tripcots, plisse cottons, 100% duPont Nylon Tricot . . . Hollywood brief styles with Nylon and lace trims, also rayon mesh panties . . . white and all wanted colors. All sizes . . . Regular 1.98 PRINCESS SLIPS at a New Low Price Plisse and cotton, nylon tricot, and multicrepe slips, wide selection of styles, four gores, shadow panel front, and front and back styles. Nylon trimmings. Sizes 32 to 52. Limit two to A Customer LADIES RAYON JERSEY GOWNS Actually worth 69c ea. Circular knit, lace trimmed. Colors, aqua, mint green, white, pink and blue . . . None sold to dealers. Regular 98c GIRL'S PRINT DRESSES 80 sq. prints and solids, fancy prints and plaids, small dainty printed patterns. Wide selection of styles ... Sizes 4 to 6x. Regular 59c Men's Broadcloth SHORTS Boxer style and gripper style— sizes 28 to 44, 80 sq. Solid white, boxer gripper style sizes 30 to 42, fancy stripes. Our Lucky Special Purchase This Item on Sale Friday Only! Boy's Blue Denim Boxer Langies LIMIT TWO TO A CUSTOMER Present value price 98c--2 for 1.96 Our lucky price 2 for 1.19 SAVE 77c Made by famous Blue Bell . . . Sanforized, sizes 2 to 6. Our Lucky Special Purchase This Item on Sale Saturday Only MEN'S NYLON PUCKER SPORT SHIRTS ... LIMIT TWO TO ACUSTQMBR Present value price 1.98x2—3.96 Our lucky price 2 for 2.77 100% duPont Nylon, white and solid colors, sixes small, medium, large. Regular 49c BATH SIZE TOWELS FOR Solid colors and stripes, silt 20 x 40. Our Regular 49c Goods BEAUTIFUL PLISSE CREPE 36" wide, solid colors, fancy stripes, checks, plaids . . . One Large Lot of CHENILLE SPREADS 277 Specially priced for this event. full size

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