The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1954 · Page 22
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 22

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BLTFHEYILUe (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1954 ELECTRONIC LAB — Sonny Swearengen is •bown at one of the three service benches at Electronic Lab as he tests a radio with the oscilloscope, an instrument used for trouble-shooting. Th« equipment shown above is used to service tel- evision sets, home radios and car radios. Electronic Lab lays claim to having the most complete electronic facilities between Memphis and fit. Louis. UN Tells How To Disguise Milk UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. If you can't get children to drink milk, sometimes you can get them to eat it— or slip it to them in disguise. That's the word that comes from the U. N. Pood and Agriculture Organization in a new 129- page booklet titled "School Feeding—Its Contribution to Child Nutrition." In Britain, the Ministry of Pood fed 13,000 school children tablet* of dried milk, with sugar or syrup added, and found them "slightly more popular than fresh fluid milk." "No doubt," the book remarks, "the solid milk, which was in the nature of a sweet, appealed because of its novelty." "In countries where millc if not commonly used a* a beverage, objection to it may be overcome by incorporating it into' some familiar food," it says. "In some of the eastern European countries dried skim milk has been made into the 'sour milks' popular in that region. In Pakistan dried skim' milk has been incorporated into a whole wheat bun, which constitutes the snack served to school children." Police Put an End To Bootlegger Trick OKLAHOMA CITY (£>)— Police have found a new wrinkle in the bootleg whisky business in constitutionally dry Oklahoma-i Scout car officers noticing "a large amount of foot traffic" entering and leaving a domino parlor got a search warrant and found a door with a sign reading "Please knock or ring the bell." A slot in the door received money. The lower part ha'd a sliding tray. You paid your money and the whisky was slipped out on the tray. The bootlegger could see the customer through a one-way glass. The officers got behind the door by showing the search warrant; found 6% pints of tax paid liquor. TT CORNER — A double corner window is to create a television corner. The draperies «dd curtains are generous and dramatic. The •ectional furniture is easily moved to make room for more viewers, as needed. Comfortable viewing is the keynote of television arrangement, advises Mrs. Vivian Overand, director of home economics for Admiral Corporation. German-Born Family Helps Korean Mother COOPERSTOWN, N. Y. (ft—A Germany-born family, well-acquainted with the meaning of fear and a lost homeland, has made a Korean mother's dream of peace and safety come true. Mrs. Kim Yoo Nam, 32, and her sons, Sung Nam, 7, and Soo Yang, 10, have come from war ravagec Taejon to live with Dr. and Mrs Bernard Ferlan in this upstat New York village. The Prelans fled Hitler's Ger many 16 years ago. Their son, Nicholas, met Mrs. Kim while he wa& serving with the Army Medical Corps in Korea. He offered to share his family's American haven with her. AIRLINE TV — Pictured above are two of the latest model Airline Television sets. Both have large 21" screens. The set on the left is finished in dark mahogany while the one on the right is blond. Both sets posses the newly-developed powerful airline chassis that is famous for distance reception as well as economical operation. WARDS RANGE — Wards MW Supreme model gas range draws the admiration of the two ladies pictured above. This completely new model range is fully automatic in every detail. Many exclusive features have been added to the 1954 model to provide the utmost cooking efficiency. These new models were also specifically designed for greater economy in operation. Well-Hidden Assets INDIANAPOLIS (If)— Felix hid $336 in silver coins in his home so well he couldn't find them when! the money while cleaning the base- he moved a year ago. j ment and took it to police. Robert Deer, second occupant of | Czysz established ownership. He the home since Czysz left, found] saved the money for a college ed- ucation for his son. Birmingham, Ala., is called the "Pittsburgh of the South." Mr. Set Owner Is Your Television or Radio Set Listed Here: Admiral Airline CBS Columbia Crosley Du Mont Emerson Firestone General Electric Hallicrafters Majestic Motorola Olympic Philco RCA Strom berg Carlson Sylvania Truetone Westinghouse Zenith If so, we're equipped to give it expert Service. Call us when it needs attention. WtV* compleft technical data and experience on 27 other brands too. So, don't stay away just because your model isn't listed above. We can fix it Right! ELECTRONIC LAB 111 W. Walnut -Blytheville- Dial 3-3531 SEE WARDS MODERN HOME APPLIANCES THEY'RE TOPS FOR EFFICIENCY •OUTSTANDING QUALITY • LOWER PRICES • GREATER ECONOMY •CONVENIENT TERMS Remember, it's the Value Received for the price you pay that counts. Wards does not confuse this issue by trade-in fuss...Just the most value for the least money. John I). Hart Salesman Phone 3-8089 Jimmy Department Mfr.

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