The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 15, 1955
Page 5
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1968 BLTTmETILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PACT FIVE NEW LINCOLN — This all-new Lincoln automobile goes on display at Bud Wilson Motor Co. tomorrow. The automobile incorporates many new safety factors,. Including seat belts as optional equipment.'It is the first of the 1956 automobiles to go on display here. Mystery Man in Hoppe's I.R.S. Suit Is Identified WASHINGTON (AP) -~ Harrell T. Vance, assistant commissioner of internal revenue for administration, says he's "delighted" that charges impugning his past conduct have been "all washed out." He was identified by congressional sources yesterday as the mystery man in Edgar E. Hoppe's suit against the Internal Revenue Service for 526,823 in back pay. Hoppe now'a Dallas lawyer, said had been accused of giving his| He said he learned only yester- he was fired for "political con-i draft board false information in] day of the basis of the allegations siderations'' two years ago from! order to evade military service.} against him. It was a "poison pen his SH800-a-year job as head of! They said selective service, civil! letter," he said, written by a shell- the revenue' servce's inspectioni sen-ice and Treasury investlga- shocked and disabled World War I Vance, a 36-year-old career civil " force which polices the big tax- collecting »agency. Hoppe's attorney said Hoppe wns dismissed after 24 years with the service because he refused t o "whitewash' 1 a derogatory report on another high revenue official, and that Hoppe would name ihe man when his suit came to trial in the U.S. Court of Claims, Denied By Humphrey Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey, denying the statements, said Hoppe was discharged be- CE?u_se of incompetence for the high- level job and a "belligerent attitude" toward his superiors. Congressional and Treasury informants, asking not to be quoted; Mayor Berj F," Butler was in Little by name, said yesterday Vance; Rock, last weekend to attend a tor.s had all looked into the charges! veteran who is now dead. and I'ound. they didn't stand up. | "And the mail who released it ' " throughout the government knew it was a poison pen letter," he added. servant, said he had been "confident ... all the time" the verdict! He did not name either the writei would be in his favor. <• or the distributor of the letter. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bet lye Nelle Starr C. A. Davis of Natchez. Miss., was. of Mr and ilr£ Sam T Edrir.gton. a business visitor last week m Os-j has pi ed g e ci Tri-Delta sorority at ceola. Mr. Davis owned and operat- ; lhe university of Arkansas Miss" Eded several years ago. j rington is a sophomore this year I Mrs. Tinsley Driver will leave y for Houston, Tex., where MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. „ In Blytheville Phone 3-402] Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. luncheon in honor of Gov. Orval Faubus. He returned home Sunday. E. A. Moffit of .Luxora, who fell Friday night and broke his thigh, is in satisfactory condition. He i.i a patient in Campbell's Clinic, Room she will visit her son, Robert Clay Drher, and Mrs. Driver. Kir. and Mrs. J. B. Strickiing, Miss Diane Butler and Johnny Strick- iing spent several days last week in St. Louis, returning home Sun- 403. Mr. Moffit :s 83. • day night. Miss Butler, daughter of James Burns, son of Mr. and Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Guy Butler, will leave E. H. B'.inis, mis pledged Sigma Nu • in a fen- days for Alton, 111., where ! fraternity at University of Arkansas, j she will be a freshman at Monti- 1 Mr. Burns transferred from Georgia | cello College. j Tech where he was a freshman there ' Miss Carol Hobbs. daughter of ; last year. ! Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hobbs. has I — ; been elected prf sident of her seni- I Mrs, Melvin speck was hostess ; or class nt Lusanne School for Girls Friday lo her bridge club, playing i in Memphis. Miss Hobbs will also i with the members were Mrs. Roy i serve as business manager of the i Cox. Mrs. jettie Driver and Mrs. i annual. ! E. M. Radcliff. ! Jop Ei]is of Columbus. Miss., was Late summer flowers were uied a visitor last week in the home of '° decorate the s home. A des- i sert course was served during the afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Colbert. Th« Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! THl'RSDAV & FRIDAY Double Feature Naked Alibi * STERLING HAYDEN GLORIA GRAHAME A UMVtRSti I.1URNAIKWU HCIUfii — AND — "REAR WINDOW" With JAMES GRACE STEWART ALSO CARTOON ] Mrs. J. L- Ward :.s recuperating i after an illness ai the home of her I * riituphu r, Mrs. A. W. Bo wen. f i Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Langsdon J | were Memphis visitors Tuesday. j ! Mr. and Mr.v Winifred Watson j ! and two children of Memphis were • \ weekend gue.-Ls oJ her parents, Dr. j I and Mrs. L. D. Massey. i Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Taliaferro end i daughter, Boi:ny drove iheir sons, ' Len and Ben. to Columbia, Tenn., Sunday where the two boys are .students at Columbia Military Academy. Mrs. Stanley Carpenter was in Memphis last week to attend the Tri-State Council of the American Red Cross. j Danny Geortre celebrated his ICKh j birthday Saturday when he invited i j 25 of his friends to a picture show j | party. After the show he invited; ; his guests to his home for refresh- I j ments. ; ! In keeping with the first day of : : school, favors as general remind- i ; ers, were given the children and j i his mother made the huge birthday j ! cake that was a replica of the Os- j I ceola school buses. With the cake | ice cream was served. 1 j Mu. and Mrs. Lawrence Dillard and i Miss Marjorie Doyle returned home GRACE j Sunday night from driving Mary KELLY ;nnd Manha Dillard to St. Charles. } Mo., where Monday they enrolled i in Undenwood College. The 5.chcxjl j is the alma mater of Miss Doyle. Miss Carolyn Edringtoh, daughter GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Blytheville Showing rf 1m ftn Ii Etrttj" Snrw * DM Ml PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35e At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature FALLE ANGEL '— AND OKU NiLSON t OKCHESTIA ALSO CARTOON FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature > THE DAY f JIE EARTH iQOD STILL — AND — Serial "Capt. Africa" No. 2 And Cartoon Always Shop Hays for Better Fall Values BLANKETS Buy and Save Money GLEN COVE SINGLE BLANKET. Cotton plaid blanket, double bed size. Only. . 1.49 TRINIDAD DOUBLE BLANKET. Double -I cotton plaid blankets. £., Double bed size Pair CHESAPEAKE DOUBLE BLANKET. 5% wool, 75% cotton, 20% rayon with 3 inch satin binding. Only Pair STARLAND SHEET BLANKET. White 4 sheet blanket, double bed size. Only . \ CANNON KRINKLE SPREADS. Quality 4 bedspread, size 82 x 105. Only \, BATH MAT SETS. 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