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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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iWEDNESDAY AUGUST 8, :I951 •RLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Smith Warns Point-Four Experts of Promoting Farming to 'Extreme WASHINGTON. Aug. 8,' Iff! '— Jfenatcr H. Alexander Smith <R- VjJ said yesterday "Point Four" experts had better forget about promoting "wholesale farming" ui trie world's backward areas. Smith told reporters he thinks too much stress is being laid on furnishing such materials as farm machinery in the program for which the administration has asked S67.000.000. The "Point Fcur" provision is contained in a $8.500.000.000 foreign aid authorization bill on which the Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committees are holdin? hearings (1C r..m., EST). Thomas Cabot, coordinator of Intel-national security affairs, was called to testify today. Chairman Connally (D-Tex) said the committee hopes to complete Its hearings this week. Dr. Henry G. Bennett, the "Point Four" technical cooperation administrator, told the committees yesterday that agreements have beer) reached to furnish 32 countries with technical assistance. Connally said in a statement that some members of the committee had "expressed concern at the expansion ol the technical and economic assistance programs beyond the original concept of Point Pour." , He said Stale Department repre tentative* aid the broader programs where "necessary to secure rapid results in areas of great political and • economic tensions." Smith said he doesn't think It is necessary for this country to try to introduce the latest farm machinery and other implements .lo the backward peoples. "The most Important thing I* to train these people to produce more," Smith said. "If we can get them to use a sleel plow instead of a wooden one, that's all»right. But I »m not Impressed with the idea of trying to introduce them to whole sale farming." Lt. Gen. Charles E,. Bolte told the committee yesterday that military aid to Latin America will relieve the VS. of the need to station 100.000 troop.? in the Caribbean In case of war. Edward Q. Miller. Jr., assistant secretary ot state, said that the Latin American countries will lake over the major share of defenses in an area which produces 20 strategic and critical materials. Senator Connally quoted testimony from the two officials in statement given out at the end of the closed-door session. The aid bill carries J6-2.000.000 in funds for Latin-America, of which $40,000,000 would be in military sistance. Man Standing on Front Steps Turns Out to Be 'Uncle Bill 1 PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 8. (AP) — It was exciting, coming back to Philadelphia after 40 years, but Edward Hiley of Montreal couldn't have dreamed he'd fjnd the fion he'd HOLDER Continued from Pag« 8 24 transition school and emerged from there two days before the war's end. After that, he worked in Georgia as field executive for the Boy Scouts before' returning to Blytheville and the Chamber. Born In Alabama Mr. Holder was born Oct. 1. 1916 in Roanoke, Ala., the son of the Rev. Charles B. Holder, a Chris- tinni'Ghurch minister. At one time, Mr. Holder planned to be a football coach. That was in 1941 when he was graduated from Transylvania College afc'Cex- ^•fton, Ky. There ha majored In social science with special work in public speaking, dramatics and physical education, ^ "But Uncle Sam had different plans and I was drafted in July of that year and assigned to the air corps," he says. He later applied for cadets and was accepted. In addition to hi* work with the Chamber, Mr. Holder ii a member of tha Lion* Club and a former secretary, vice president of the Civic Music Association, member of the American Legion and a former scoutmaster of the Lion's Club troop. Mr. and Mrs. polder have one eon, W. D., Jr., and come next Feb. 29, the. entire family will celebrate when his twin ftaughters, Martha Ann* and Mary Margaret, will observe their first birthday—although they will be four years old. They were bom on the odd day of a Leap Year. never seen and be reunited with twi sisters and a brother. He picked out the house wher he was born and on an Impulse sail to his wife, Bessie Mae: "I'll stan on the steps, and you snap my pic hire. The folks living here won mind when I explain." One of those folks, Mm. Harrle Brennan, thought in quite a coin cidence that another Rlley—Joe Rl ley—lives right down the street." S'.-.e introduced the visitors I Joe's wife, Catherine, who si&ed tl the tall, white-haired, 63-year-o] man from Canada, then said: "Wh you look like our Uncle Bill." "We talked a while and then knew Joe was my son," said th 'elder Riley, who related that he' "just walked off" one day back i: 1911. because he was "young an foolish." Joined the Navy and Mil ed lo the Orient. He said he though, his son. Joe, a: well M his first wile, had long since died. ,'; Rejoicing -Rlley» decided they'd have i party. It started Sunday night—and in still going on, although is more subdued fashion, for the family resolved to make a gay weeX of it. « NOTICI In the probate court e4 Chkfca- gawbv District of Mississippi County, Arkansas. IN THE MATTER Or TH1 ESTATE OF R. H. GREEN, deceased Last known address of decedent: Huffman, Arkansas. Date of death: July 20. 1951. The undersigned was appointed administrator of (he estate of the above-named decedent on the 31at day of July. 1951. A1J persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date, of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In the estate. This notice first published 31st clay of July, 1951. R. H. GREEN. Jr. Huffman. Arkansas Marcus Evrard. Blyihcvtlle, Arkansas, attorney for Administrator. Velocity of flowing water is be- AJ measured without introduction ™ instruments into the stream, by means of ultrasonic sound waves. IN TH« CHANCERY COURT TO* THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Arnold Arthur Mayer, Ptf. -»«- No. 11.784 Hale (Sheila) Kraigher Mayer, Dft. WAR NINO ORDER The defendant Elsie (Sheila) Kraigher Mayer. It hereby warned to appear In this Court within thirty days and answer the' comnlclnt of the plaintiff. Arnold Arthur Mayer. WITNESS my hand and Seal as Olerk of the said Court and the seal of said Court this the 33 day of July, 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Ruth Mage*. D. C. Oseflr Fendler, stty »d litem. 7|3S-g;l-s-lS EDSON Continued Irtnn Ptgf t Washington. Thut IK a.s a result of he job done on price and wage ontrol-renewal legislation. Formerly, top honors in the lobbying ield were always given to Ameri:an Legion. Only a Ga(, But . . .! It's only i gag, but one Democratic congressman. Winlield K. Uenton ol Evausville, Ind., «ays ,u las considered introducing a bill to change [he name ot Washington's "MacArthur Boulevard" to 'Ridgway Drive." . . . Represenla- ,ive Denton also speaks glowingly of "those two great Indian* Republican senators—1 mean B«v«. itige und Watson." Can 1 ! Please Everyone Miners' wives are kicking because the paid-vacation John L. Lewis won for their husbands comes al ihe end of June, one wife oi a Kentucky miner wrote to Mr. Lewis, saying: "I wish you would change this vacation period to the last week In December. II'R very inconvenient for us women foUs i now. The men all go fishing and we like to go with them. But KC have to stay home and do our canning in June." Tennessee roll lies Oldest U.S. Sen. Kenneth M:Kellar's latest blast, at Atomic Energy Commission is regarded as nothing mere than Tennessee politics. Young Tennessee Congressman Albert Gore has announced ihal ne will run lor MtKellar's place on the Democratic ticket in next years primary. Representative Oore beat Senator McKellar to an issue by coming out [or increased rents for the landlords at the Atomic Energy Commission's Oak Rjdge, I'enn., development. To top this one, senator McKellar charged thv AEC was running a Communist community. Senator McKellar carried on constant feud with David Lilienthal, when h« was chairman o[ AEC, and Before, when he was chairman of TVA. So now the senator Is keeping his record clear by [end- in 1 with ABC Chairman Gordon Dean. A few years »go, the charge was that AEC ran a fascist dictatorship at Oak Ridge. Now it's charged with being a Communist corispiracy. Actually, AEC wants to get rjd of responsibility lor managing 'T>ak Ridge town so it can concentrate more, on bombs. Secret Cnde Atomic Energy Commission IB getting cagier and cagier about making progreAS reports on development of atom-powered submarine and aircraft engines. "I don't mind telling the Russians that we've built some buildings," says Lawrence R. Hafst-nd. director of reactor development. "But from now on, you can gauge our < progress by the increase in vagueness of our report!, If I ca rawing- It that way." "You can swing it. that way," conceded a reporter. "tf you omit mention of them altogether," asked another, "will know then that you've tot >mf" NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice Is irlven that, pursuant to a decree rendered by tne Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District I Loan Association was plaintiff and [J- C. Frazier and Wllmoth Frazler. his wife, were defendants, the undersigned will, wltliln lawful hours on the 23rd nay of August, 1351. of PAGE SEVEW fcr for sale lo the hlshesl and 'best of Mississippi County, Arkansas. July 9th, HM.in the cause wherein! bidder, upon a credit of three Blythevillc Federal Savings and months, at the south door of the Court House In the Cit.v of Blythe-1 be required to gh'c bond wilh ap ville, Arkansas, the following' de scribed real estate: Lots No. 10 and No. 11. In block No. 2, of the Divld Third Addition to the City of niytheville, Arkansas. The purchaser cl said sale w The flashM of fireflies ar* their "mating call." What Don't You Need? I Old riekel; f.mllor*, *«• clothe*, rlshint equipment ] inrthlnj on urtb that TOO don't want Is worth money tn trade* and swaps at H A M Sile« Co. Bring rt djiwn— , you'll find Mmethlnf jo» DO hi &M Soles Co. 1WEB5; ATTENTION: Merchants Select Your Fall Lines at the MID-SOUTH GIFT and JEWELRY SHOW MID-SOUTH VARIETY SHOW August 13-16 Plan now to attcndl Hours arranged for your cnnnvenience. Monday. Au*. 13.. 10 A..M.-9 P.M. Tuesday, Auj. H.. S A.M.-B P.M. Wednesday, Aug. IS 9 A.M.-fi P.M. Thursday, Aug. J6 I A.M.-3 P.M. 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