The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1955 · Page 3
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BLYTHKV1LLB (ARK.) ODVRICR MKWB PAOITKM1 Soviets Must Be Puzzled By Touring Sea Ma/one Br JAMBS MABLOW Associated Preis News Anilyii WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen, George Mai one, a Nevada Repulbican, may have been a bigger puzete to the Russians than any other member of Congress they met since the Geneva conference gave the cold war a new look. On Sept. 1 in Moscew Malone, who only a few months ago considered Russia the world's No. 1 outlaw and wanted to break diplomatic relations with her, swapped toasts with the Russian leaders to peaceful coexistence. Americans themselves are apt to be a little puzzled when the traveling lawmakers return home and begin giving their reactions to the Russians. The reactions probably won't be the same. Yesterday Malone was one of five senators who spent almost two hours in the Kremlin with the Communist "bosses. He reportedly asked, and got from Premier Bulganin, permission to travel around Russia, seeing what he wanted. .. Last January on the Senate floor* Malone said: "I have never known a real outlaw in my life who reformed, and I do not expect that from the world's top outlaw— Russia. CaHed for Break "But Russia being; the outlaw she is, is all the more reason why we should bceafc off diplomatic relations with her." The otter four senators with Malone in the Kremlin were Ke- fnuver (D-Tenn). Young (R-ND), Dworshafc (R-Idaho) and P'renr (D-Del). It is possible that some of the lawmakers may return from their brief look-around in Russia feeling Hist they saw a iitlle more, or a little deeper, than the State Department, which has represen-: tatives there the year around. < Sen. Ellender (D-La), who visit-! ed Russia just a short time before,' came away saying; "If people saw, countries like the Soviet Union, j Poland and others, they would see | things in a different light. Different Views j "This trip was a revelation t,oj . , _ _ j Back to School \ LANDIS, N.C.—Mrs. J, C. Beaver got lonely when her twin sons started school last year. So this year tiie 25-year-old mother has decided to go to school with them, finishing the lest year of high school, which she hnd passed up to get married. Her husband oXayed the idea. me. It was far different from the impression I had gained from the State Department." The State Department may be hearing from Ellender on what he thinks of Russia for some time t ocome. On the whole the senators seem to have received better treatment from the Russians than members of the House who visited there. At least they haven't been complaining. TWO House members—Representatives Holt (R-Calif) and Rhodes GcrsfonfoGef Coast Guard Commission WASHINGTON VP) — The Coast Guard announced yesterday it- has decided to commission N. Pierre Gaston who graduated from its officer candidate school last April but was not given a commission because of questions raised about the loyalty of his mother. Gaston, 23, was graduated eighth in nis class from ihe Coast Guard Officer Training School at New Ix>ndon, Conn., last April. But his commission as an ensign was withheld on grounds his mother had been affiliated with subversive organizations. India Bill Aimed At Crossword Puzzle Croze NEW DELHI, India (£•>—The Indian government introduced 'fl bill- yesterday to curb P. crossword puzzle craze now sweeping the country. The bin would limit prizes to 1,000 Rupees $210. Some newspapers now offer up to 200,000 Rupees $-12,000 in prizes, with entrance fees ranging from 8 lew cents to more than a dollar. Penalties provided for by the bill include Imprisonment for up to three months. Famed Nurse IX THE PROBATE COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, AKKA.VSAS In *w Matter of the Estate of No. 2,150 H-o)" A. Brinkley, Deceased NOTICE L. M. Moody, as Administrator in Succession of the Estate of Roy j A. Brinkley, Deceased, has filed I 0 i • I I C accounts of his administration and' DOCK IF1 U*d his proposed final distribution of j the money on hand; and Kotice te hereby given that the Probate Court aforesaid has fixed the 5th day of November, 1955, at 10 o'clock A. M., as the date for hearing on said account and proposed final distribution, and any objections thereto should be filed on or before said hearing 1 dale and same will be heard on that date. Dated this 3rd day of September, 1955. ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, Probate Clerk. Reid & Surge, Attj's. 9/6-13 (R-Ariz — came away complaining they hadn't been allowed to see all they wanted to in Russia. And Holt said a Russian army lieutenant held a' cocked" pistol to his head. NEW YORK.f/P) — Genevleve dc Galard Tcrraube, the French nurs? who was feted across the country last year for her valor at Dien Blen Phu, has returned here to study rehabilitation of wounded veterans. She will study at the Institute ol Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, a part of "New York University- Bellevue Medical Center. She said she accepted an imitation to study at the institute, issued during her tour last year, "so that I can return to Prance to help disabled veterans there." LAYAWAY A / GIFT TODAY. DREIFUS -DOES IT! Water-Resist, Shock-Resist 17J MAN'S WATCH With Expnniton Band 1V.H cr or shock cnn'i ilamasa' this smart new watch! Expansion band Included. If 95' Both Rinac S diamonds in the en- ffiffemcnt ring. 5 diamonds IK the smart matching: w« d din g hand. UK sold. Magnificent 10-BIAMONI DUETTI ORDINANCE NO. S5S AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SEWER IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 5 OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS WHEREAS partie? claiming to be the owners of two-thirds (2/3) in assessed value of the property located within the territory hereinafter described have filed a petition praying that an improvement district be established for the purpose hereinafter set out; and WHEREAS after due notice as required by law, the City Council of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas has heard all parties desiring to be heard and has determined that said petition was signed by the two-thirds (2/3) in assessed value of the owners of real property within said territory; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OP THE cmf OP BLYTHE- VliLE, ARKANSAS: Section I. That there is hereby established an improvement district embracing the following property located in the City of Blytheville, County of Mississippi and State of Arkansas, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner of Section 15, Township 15 North, Range 11 East, and running thence west along the South line of Section 15, to the Southwest corner thereof, (which point is aiso the Southeast corner of Section 16); Thence West along the South line of Section 16, to the Southwest corner thereof, (which point is also the Southeast corner of Section 17); Thence West along'the loutfa line <K uld section IT, (or * di»t»nc« of 160 feet to * point; Thence North to the center line ol Arthur Street; Thence Eut nlonf the center line of Arthur Street, to the center line of Twenty- First Street; Thence Northerly, ilong the center line of Twenty- First Street, to the center line of West Vine Street; thence East along the center line Of West Vine Street to the West line of Nineteenth Street; Uience South along the West line 'of Nineteenth Street, to the center line of the Alley in Block No. 4 of the Chicago Mill i" Lumber Company's Third Addition to the City of Blytheville; thence Southeast, to the Southwest corner of Block No. 15, of the Bugg- Addition to the City of Blytheville; thence East along the North line of West Cherry Street, to the center line of Sixteenth Street; thence north along the center line <>t Sixteenth Street, to a point which is west of the northwest corner of Lot No. 3, in Block No. 2, of the Fairview Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas; thence east, 380 feet to a point; thence south 300 feet to a point; thence west to the east line of Block No. 1, of said Fairview Addition; thence south to the. 'south line of the right-of-way of the St.. Louis Southwestern Railway Company; thence east along said south right-of-way line, to a point which is south of the southwest corner of the Hearn Second Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas; thence north, along the west line of said Hearn Second Addition, to the south line of the right-of- way of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Company; thence east along saidi south right-of-way line, to a point which is. 150 feet east of the east line of Division Street; thence south 432. feet to a point; thence west to the east line of Division Street; thence sou.th to the south line of the LITTLM LIZ "Sweet Adeline" usuolly sounds best when the bosses ore loaded right-of-way of the St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company; thence east to the east line of Elm Street; thence north to the south line of Locust Street; Uience east to the' west line of Broadway Street; Uience southeasterly, along the north line of the Blytheville Canning Company Property, to west line of the right-of-way of tha St. Louis-Memphis Division of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Company, thence south east, (crossing said railroad), to the southwest corner of the Allison Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas; thence east along the south line of said Allison Addition, to the center line of Franklin Street; thence south along the center line of Franklin Street, to the center line of Wall. Street; Thence East along the center line of Wall Street, to the center line of Clark Street; thence North along the center line of Clark Street, to a point which is west of the southwest corner of Block K, of the Barren & Lilly Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas; thence East to the center lirie of Anderson Street; thence North along the center line of Anderson Street to the center line of Clear Lake Road; thence west along the center line of Clear Lake Road, I GET THIS THRILL! CHILDREN like its pure orange flavor. , So easy for mother to giv- ' STou're going to buy some Insurance. Or you're going to renew insurance yon already have/ Perhaps, too, you know the cost of the insurance you have in mind. Now give yourself a thrill! Come In to Raymond Zachw Insurance Agency and hear how many, many dollars less-y°« pay for the same insurance here. That's because Raymond Zachry's insurance, with it's 15% to 20?J- saving is mutual, non-assessable, money-saving insurance —biggest insurance value in the country. RAYMOND ZACHRY US N. 2nd Insurance Agency Ph. 3-8815 SAVINGS — SERVICE — SATISFACTION R. D. HUGHES CO. BOYS DEPARTMENT for young men 'Strap-Back Model for Slim, Trim Waist . . . Slender Tapered Legs... low-Waisted ... Le« Twill. Good-looking .. . rugged . . . Sanforized ... Zipper Fly ... Fashion's Smartest Colors Sizes 26-34 I 95 R. D. HUGHES CO. Horn* owned and optrattd Mason Day — Walter l)av Wash them with «c« vtt dj«d...«#! not run « M« ttt« StJt In MShings. These jeans ire tailored in Texas of hiivy-duty ll'/« 02. Sanforized, vat-dyed denim withBULYTHEKIDguannteed SAF-T-NEES, generous cull turn-up »ndno-9car rivets at all strain points. Regulir SAF-T-NEE Texans, 4 to 12 S2.M 14 to 16 S3.50 Slim SAF-T-NEE Texans, 4 to 12 . M.M Husky SAF-T-NEE Texans, Waist 26" to 36" M.SO to th* ««nt*r Hne of »t AH«r which runs north and south, parallel with and one-halt C/i) Block east of Clark Street; thence North along the center line of Slid alley, to the point of Intersection with ttw south line of the right-of-way ot the Blytheville-Barfield' Branch of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Company; thence east along said south right-of-way line, to the north-and-south center line of the east half of section 15, township 15 north, range 11 east; thence north along said center line of the east half of said section 15, to the center line of Cherry Street; thence east along the center line of Cherry Street, to the point of intersection with the east line of said section 15; thence south along said east line of section 15, to the point of beginning, at the southeast comer of said section; for the purpose of constructing within the District a sanitary sewer collection system to connect with the basic sanitary sewer system of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, in the manner and of the materials that the Commissioners for the 'district'to be hereafter appointed shall deem.for the best interests of the District. The cost of the project shall be assessed upon the real property of the District according to the benefits received. Section 2. That the District shall be known as Sewer Improvement District No. 5 of Blytheville, Arkansas, and John C. McHaney, E. M. Johnson and R^ C. Parr are hereby named Commissioners, who shall compose the Board of Improvement for said District. Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Passed this 16th day of June, 1955. SEAL E. R. JACKSON, Mayor. ATTEST: W. I. Malin, City Clerk. 9/12 BrownlM «• do tot* crumbling It you 1*1 them ooot beior* cutting Into (quire*. BTM* M* row on trew M hit* Ui»t piclm wait for them ** ripM and f»H. See your channel faster.-.,,-more cleartyl new with "FRONT WINDOW" VHF CHANNEL INDICATOR Nvw TV odvonc« from RCA Victor! Asyou dial—standing up—the king- size number of the channel you tune appears illuminated in a window on the front of the set. See breathtakingly beautiful .RCA Victor Television Deluxe today! ftr UW-N.» High Sfeed UHf mnl«« coven 70 UHF thannels in 2'A »e««Mi! Op- Itoxai, .rtra, at new few «nt. Deluxe 1C* Vfatar 21 wood D*lvx». Pidwr* QuoWf. Mod* 1 2fO6£2» We have an authorized IT Service D*pt. Adams Appliance Co. r Inc. "We Service What We Sell" 206 - 208 W. Main Phone 3-2071 An Insurance Company Tells What Learned About Meyer's Bakery Charles T. Meyer, Sr., Charle* T. ("Chuckle") Mey.r, III, and Charles T. Meyer, Jr., representing three Generation! and 402 Arkansas Employees in the Baking Industry in Arkanta*. We asked permission of Meyer's Bakery to tell this story. We think it deserves telling. It is an Arkansas institution with six plants located throughout Arkansas. It was organized by Charles Meyer, Sr., in the year of 1911- and now has Charles Meyer, Jr., active in the management of it with his father. This Arkansas institution has grown in financial stability and in the distribution of its popular products. But this story is not about bread, buns, or dollars. It is about human relations. Meyer's Bakery has 402 employees on whom we have just placed $1,492,500.00 of life insurance coverage,-in addition to accident and health and hospitalization coverage, which extends to immediate dependents within the family. The firm, with this number of employees, is able to secure a group rate far lower than any individual could get but even with this low rate secured by the size of the firm, Meyer's Bakery makes a contribution of the larger portion of all premi- The urns. So great was the appreciation of the employees, that 386 of the 402 employees asked for coverage. We, who handled the negotiations of this transaction were impressed by the attitude and interest of the Meyer Family. Throughout the meetings their statements and questions were in behalf of the employees. They wanted employees of long tenure rewarded. They, wanted more liberal coverage on hospitalization than is usually sought. They expressed great appreciation for their record of low employee turnover and employee leadership. So, we are pleased to pay tribute to another Arkansas institution that not only has succeeded for itself, but that has the welfare of employees in the forefront of their thinking. To the employees of Meyer'* Bakery, we say, you have the best and we are happy to serve you. Herbert L Thomas PRESIDENT FIRST PYRAMID LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP AMERICA

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