The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1953 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 19, 1953
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,'JAN.-Ifl, 1953 Nodena Museum Project Work to Be Started Soon BT.YTHEVILT.R (ARK.) COURIER NEWS By BETTYE NKI.I.E STARR (Courier News Orretpoiident) NODSNA—work OH re-housin- Mteissippi county's only museum Is scheduled 10 begin late this month following pie first formal meeting of the Ways and Menus Committee of the Nodena Foundation. Ooal of the Nodeua Foundation will be preservation of the .famed archaeological collection of Dr J K. Hampson, at Nodena. White lo- cnted-off (he beaten 'toifrist track lh& Hampson imiseiim also Is due I to be brought to the fore as an attraction for .visitors to (his state and county. Although date of the Initial formal session of-the Ways and Menus Committee has not yet been set the group has held s preliminary this .year. Kenneth BeamM?, 'of Memphis, vice president of the Ten " es "« Archaeological Society at- plans meeU " g l ° <"«"'« ihese .r™ »,, H ?J? PI S n is do »atI«K Iwo im ki Fo >indation. This plot 'u L j" rve5 ' ed » nd landscaped, Wing native plants, shrute and tiees Known to have been usvl by tne pre-historic people who ih>*id at NodSna. '• First on the* agenda of museum construction' activities w"i! be J tour-foot momid on which will be constructed-from one o tl taTof ohe'of't 1 "" 1 patterns - a r "p Nodena° Und ° n th ^«te°of C u" rnnH,f I, 1 !!?' 1 !" 8 . ''"^Cl, Which col ected by Dr. Hampsc-n.-Thh collection of skeletons Is said to be ajnong the best-preserved j n the D ,u a ,' ld M «- Ha.nyson have unearthed some 1.300 objects on the skulls (n the old Dr. Hampson came to N'od-na during the overflow of 1897 and began practicing medicine here on the site Is im old blockhouse used as a fort during the civil Wur The museum now at Nodena is known as the "Henry Clay Hamp. son Memorial Museum of Archaeology,", named In honor of their" sou, who was shot, down over Burma March 27, 19J4. Both Dr, and Mi's. Hampson are logical ceivetl work. Society and rec bronze plaque for. their 20 foot building. There tohouse tie iX ± • NOTICE Proposed Bud« t of Eipendi| urM Tot, h,r with Tal Uyy for f'*™' *« r Beglnnlnir July t , 1954, |o and Includinr Jun« SO, 195J -P? Board'of Directors of Del ?ou°° f ,' r l Ct N °- B ot M>*m*P w»h H Arkansas - "n c-omp.iane ' 9^ I^ re ? U ; rements °f Act <03 of i»al and of Amendment 40 to the Constitution of the state of Ark ln h , llave - pre P a '- e 1. approved, 'an ke public ' the »*°™ h, ex P enrt ""«s together the tax rate as follows-General Control, $1900; Instruc 'J 0 "- ,«58-2'0: Operation of SchSo ?" W "ST f 20p; Mai "t™"nce o ^._hool Plant and'Equipment, SI 50 0- A .Muary.Agcncies-Urieluding fran?' '' ' r ' 5 ° 0; >ixed Chare; To provide for the foregoing Board of Directors proposes a tax levy of 39 mm,. This tax levy in eludes the present continuing levy for the retirement of present Indebtedness. • . . ^^^ 'his 6th day of January; BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dell School District No. 23 • Of Mississippi County County, ArJfansaj M. R. Griffin, President K. B, Crawford, Secretary l'K;ia;» Korean Tal'-s Won't Resume, General Says SAN FRANCISCO Wj-Tlie'lru-P talks in Korea never w m be re Wiin» d m fh p re> KT PI L Cdic ' s BrlB - Gen wiuiam P. Nuckols, former official spokesman for the United Na lions armistice delegation "The terms of a purely mim.-,.-,. armistice are in gS ""«-* ment, he explained today In an in- ^mT'i" 7 ?'^ prlnmr y Issue still seuiea is the prisoner-of-war ex chan K e-and that is above i he military level, n is something must be settled at the govern level." ° NATO _," e said ° e lnf »™«tlon officer for Korea,, thice Wild Racer Kills iqhf Spectators BUENOS AIRES, Argentina ' f/pj- ( racer oiis'cn by Italy's speed ac7 ^SJrl**^ 11 hUrUcd '"™ "^ rack during the. Argentine Grand "* nutn race yesterdav kjlline at eight specks and ser,^ NOTICE OP. SALE As directed by order of the Probate court In the matter of the te of Carl George Paul, dcceas- i R-III on January 23 1952 at he 'south-door of the courthouse In Blythevile Arkansas, offer for sale o the highest bidder for cash the ollowing personal property- One 1951 Super Oldsmobile C3ne Cluster Man's diamond ring. Persons Interested may see the roperty by calling the undersigned t 108 West ^Kentucky Avenue phone 3109. Blythevllle, Arkansas! ale-subject to confirmatlofl by the 'Mrs. Elva P. Poe, _ . Administratrix Prank C. Douglas, atty. 1112-19 • . . Dr. Hampson an Mrs. Bill Beall of Osceola loumr MMtor, Killj Beah, sun' of'sir «"nd Lucy's Baby Due Today; It'll Be ABoy-the TV Script Says So HOIiTfWvnnri //PI_ T>I,~ ^_i_" x< . f ._.... . .. Lucille Ball's; televi s !on : "fam'kn'o"w she has been »»pecttag | S due today. The red-haired star entered 'cedars of Lebanon:Hospital last night for the delivery by Caesarcan op eration, to be performed by Dr Joe Harris. It will be the second child for Miss Ball nnd her husband. DcBi Arnaz, her co-star on the "I,-Love Lucy' television show. Their daughter Lucie Desiree. Is IK. Everybody connected with the TV show has been hoping the second child would be a boy. That's because on tonight's chap'ter of the program, filmed weeks ago, Lucy Ricardo, the character played by Miss Ball, gives birth to her baby as'she does today In rear life. And in the TV version it's a hoy. A CBS spokesman said (he child's sex had to/be settled upon for the show .-because - the - theme - must be continued for 'a nurixber of weeks through Miss Ball's recuperation. Her pregnancy was written into Ihe script months ago on the theory that it was just as well to acknowledge what her physical appearance might indicate. The pregnancy sequence was filmed under the supervision : ol a priest, a rabbi and a Protestant minister to guard against possible bad taste. The Clerics approved the scripts, inculdlng the word ."pregnancy." but a network censor deleted the word, associates of Miss Ball disclosed. In WARNING ORDER (he Chancery Court, Chicka- our, ca- saw ba Dl.lrict, Mississippi Counlv. Arkansas. " Mary Lou Ridge- Ptf. vs. No. 12.285 i .. Clifford -Ridge, Jr., Dft - ! The defendant, Clifford Ridge. Jr., j hereby warned to appear within' .thirty days in the court named in ' the caption hereof and answer the' complaint^ of the plaintiff, Mary liou Ridge. Dated 1953, '•'. Geraldine Llston, Clerk By Cherry Sue. Barnes. D.C Guy Walk, attorney for pltf. Ed B. Cook, attorney ad litem.' ' ' ' .: .••• '- l|12-19-26-2'2 this 9th day of January. SHK i SAVE 138.8- "HIYJ I j. • _ ~ . ' 1 : stptic " HEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 POEBUCKANDCO. during Peoples Book Club lOth Year Anniversary Sale! LAST TIMES TONITE "MONKEY BUSINESS" Gary Grant — ''- Ginger Rogers , TUESDAY "PAROLE" » ; All Star.Cast WED-THURS W AC FROM WALLA - WALLA WONDERFUL NEW BOOKS When You Join Entertainment at its Best LAST TIMES TONITE Plyrhevilte, Ark. 217 W. Main Phone 8131 Poland Hurls Spy Charge at U.S. Old Plant Incident Is Repeated in Government N o tr 1 " WARSAW. Poland nrt'« ?„ wit " « . S. charged the United states "EBressivc spy) n e" acl nsralnst Poland an a. with w, out a "volcano plan" t o deVlrnC >« r Pol(sl, nation in l hc evenl of A Boverunient note delivered to '" .American Embassy here lasi «day said the'U.'^"'govern n wns trying t o "deprive Pool Its independent existence lo subordinate It to the In onef- °' ' he * metl °*° ^ V !ole ", whlch Demanded the "i spying be stopped, re- previous charge that a Force plane dropped two saboteurs Into Poland by r> B r» chute Nov. 4 nnd accused the Americans also of oilier extensive Wes° naSe * nd dlvcrsl °nist activ- (American Air Force officers Previously called the charge th the saboteurs were dropped a 'ake, fn Washington last nieht Ponth 1 *"; 'f" ; '""- l >»enl said the »H i "° te Il " d " ot been received and had no comment.) ^Iviif^f^^ ttdSS^"^ 1" Ihe event of future" wiirV* SCB ' e Bead Courier News Classified Ads. slrikes. Strikes last year c« " the nation S5 million moji-dny, ?(„ ?«f*' "'I'"* 1 ' 05 ' numK? s.nce 19J6 when lid million iran-days were lost as shown on •IDove Newsch.-u-l. About 3.5 million workers were involved In work stoppages in 1052, comm?" «''!>'. 2.2 million 'during U51. Data compjled by Uurenu of Labor Siatisties. Corrupt Officials Replaced by Reds HONCi KONQ (A'j _ Th . Ind pendent Sing T«o Jij, P «o l" a Canton dispatch says GO per cent of the officials in the rCwangtung irovince customs bureau were ao -used of corruption. Tlicse officials 're gradually being replaced by sovej-nment workers from the lorlhern provinces. Because the replacements know 10 one in the South, this poncy jj :<|iccted to eliminate graft, the pa-' p^r reports.' ' PAGE FIVE Long Gloves Back with GOP WASHINGTON ' W) _ The > ova, symbol of ^ ma ^ ^^w"" 1 p<vrtc ">'lo» of n,n Women specified "white Ud gloves- f or n, elllbcrs nttclKlln Hie reception for state governors and distinguished BW sl s he,""?" he three-day Eisenhower inaugu ration ceremonies. " ...^''H • '' ew " tloll> hcltl . S'cstcrday showed many women had read or «nscd, that instruction. Not an uracd out In white kid gloves but (hey got the point: Dress up There were only a few wUhollt MOX Show Starfs Weekdays 7:00 :Sal. Sun 1:00 Always''q Double Feature M.ST.T],MBS Double TONITB " — Plus "DALLAS .Still-ring. (Jury Cooper & Htilh Roman In Technicolor Also Ciirloon RITZ THEATRE ila, Ark. SUN.-llON.-TUEsT .. ir.t.'rc-:",'.,';-^^" iitiTii'tiiiii WKD-THURS ~ "MR. WALKIE TALKIE" William Tracy ' Joe Sa P I 4 HURRY! WHILE THEY LAST OT °"'y »995! They're sliahtlv i * Jirnmie Edwards 301 E. Main FURNITURE CO. "See Jmrnne First" p hone 2487

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