The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 1, 1954 · Page 10
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PAGITE* (ARK.) COURIER KEWS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1,1954 Republicans Soft-Pedal Anti-Communist Issue In Campaign Planning CINCINNATI (AP) — Republicans soft-pedaled the anti- Communist issue today as they prepared to wind up in conferences with Vice President Nixon a strategy-planning session for the November election battle over control of Congress. Nixon flew into town last sight j appeared to represent complete with the observation that he would \ agreement by party organization be "too busy with other things" j leaders with President Eisenhow- even to read" the reports of a Sen- j er's contention that his legislative ate Investigations subcommittee j program — and not a continuing which criticized in varying degrees controversy with the Democrats the actions of Sen. McCarthy (R- j over Communist hunts — repre- Wis) and Secretary of the Army i sents the best bet for Republican Stevens in their televised con- j candidates, troversy. j In its report, the Darby subcom- Nixon told reporters he thinks a j mittee credited the Eisenhower ad- proposed GOP National Committee j ministration with having "weeded statement of issues stressing a out 2,400 security risks found on "peace, progress and prosperity" the federal payroll." theme offers "good objectives to j It glossed over Democratic au- emphasize in the campaign," j thorship and support in the closing After 91 Years Marine Service Ends for Family HONORING FLIGHT-The Post Office Department will issue this four-cent stamp when the American Air Mail Society meets in Philadelphia, Pa., in September. It is intended for use on post cards, but may be used in combination with other stamps for any air mail. The central theme is the American eagle in flight ANNAPOLIS, Md. UP)Three generations and &1 years of naval service by a famous ramily come to an end today. Comdr. Joseph K. Taussig Jr., Pearl Harbor hero and 1941 Naval Academy graduate, is being retired because of physical disability. He lost his left leg as a result of wounds at Pearl Harbor. His grandfather was Rear Adm. Edward D. Taussig who entered the academy in 1863, fought in the! Spanish American War, and claim-) ed Wake Island for the United States. Taussig Jr.'s father commanded a destroyer division when the U.S. entered World War I. LITTLt L/Z— National Chairman Leonard W. Hall, who told Nixon party leaders are "confident but not overconfident" of retaining control of both houses in the November balloting, dismissed the McCarthy- Army report as unlikely to have much, if any, come. effect on the out- Hall said, with an air of not car- tog, that he has no knowledge of any plans McCarthy may have to campaign for Republican senatori- l candidates. A conference subcommittee, headed by Harry Darby of Kansas, brushed aside the anti- Communist issue with three brief sentences in a 950-word campaign document which said the "basic Issue" before the voters is: "The Eisenhower administration must have a Republican Congress to complete the Republican program of peace, progress and prosperity, now well under way." Expected adoption of this slogan Seaplane Breaks Sound Barrier SA—N DIEGO. Calif. «Pj—A sea^ . _ .. plane for the first time has ex- given tne Department 01 Justice ceeded the SDeed Qf SQund it was potent new legal weapons for vig- [ disclosed her e yesterday. orous prosecution of spies and j convair Division of General Dy- days of Congress for a bill to strip the Communist party of legal rights by observing merely that "the Republican 83rd Congress has traitors," adding: "We will continue our relentless and effective fight against Communists." National committee members indicated in advance of expected formal action their approval of the Darby subcommittee report, which listed as major accomplishments of the Republicans "strengthening of national defense," development of "a dynamic and expanding economy" and provisions for increased security for older and handicapped persons. On the peace theme, the report said "the killing of U. S. troops in Korea has been ended" and "American troops are not fighting anywhere." jnamics Corp. said the revolutionary speed was accomplished here Aug. 3 by a delta-wing jet fighter built for the Navy. Test pilot C. E. Richbourg was at the controls. The plane is called Sea Dart and designated YF2Y1. Its speed was not disclosed. DYESS NEWS Mr*. J. B. JACOBS Miss Emma Jean Bradley of Brinklev returned with Mrs. Homer Clifton and Mrs. Russell Clifton Sunday for a visit with her aunt here. Mr. and Mrs. W. L: Jacobs and son, Ronnie, called at the J. L. Jacobs' home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tyler returned Sunday from Fort Worth, Tex., where they have been visiting their son, Norman, and family. The Rev. and Mrs. M. J. Pollard and children, Marion and Mary Beth, of Bono spent part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Modesitt. Mr. and Mrs. Norman James and children spent the week end at Thayer, Mo., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Simer. Mrs. Myrtle Lancaster, Janette Dean and Lyde Fletcher left Sunday morning via McGehee, Ark., where they spent Sunday and Sunday night with her son, Jimmie, and wife, before continuing to Camden, Ark. Life may not'begin at 40, but that's whtn It begins to show. Pravdo Exults At EDC 'Victory' MOSCOW (IP}— Pravda exultantly proclaimed yesterday the "victory" over EDC in the French Assembmly must be exploited "to hinder the remilitarization of Bonn Western Germany in any other form." "It is necessary to exert every effort," declared the official newspaper of the Soviet Communist party. Huge Garage Opened CHICAGO (£>)— Chicago's $8,300,000 Grant Park Garage, described as the world's largest underground parking structure, Tvill be opened today. It acn accomodate 2,359 cars. Mr. and Mrs. and children of J. C. Warhurst Memphis spent Saturday night here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huff, and attended funeral services for bis grandmother Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Mitchell and .children and Mrs. Maxine Clifton and son of Pontiac, Mich., arrived Saturday for a week's visit with their mother, Mrs. Mary Mitchell, and other relatives. Mrs. Mary Mitchell and son, Ralph, spent last week at Batesville and Mountain View visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Micky McArthur and daughters of Hughes spent the week end here as guests of their parents. Buddy Nichols of Memphis is visiting his uncle, Clarence Nichols, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Ford and sons of Wilson spent the week end here as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hargraves. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dent and baby of Pontiac, Mich., are to arrive Sept. 1, for a month's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coley Johnson. Mr. .and Mrs. Carl Loyd visited Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Parker Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Perkins and children of Bono, spent the week end here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Loyd and Tom Ward went to Memphis Wednesday evening to visit Mrs. Loyd's mother, Mrs. Tom Ward, who is a patient in Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Clayton Eubanks of West Memphis and Mrs. Qutncy Troy of Calhoun City, Miss., spent Thursday with their brother, Morgan Parker, who recently returned from the hospital and is recuperating at his home here after an operation four weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Prater and daughter, Denetnce, of St. Anne, HI., came Saturday and will visit friends for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rowland and children of Wilson had business in Dyess and Lepanto Saturday. Wayne Langdon of Kankakee, HI., arrived Saturday for a visit with Tommy McArthur. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dallas of Jackson, Mo., spent the week end here as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dallas. Pfc. E. A. Nichols of Camp Chaffee, Ark., is to arrive home Saturday for several days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Nichols, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Edrington and children and Mrs. Louise Warbeck and baby of Texarkana, will arrive Sept. 1st to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Faulk of Little Rock spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Loyd. Miss Maureen Butler is the new clerk in Dyess Store replacing Mrs. Lois Jones, who resigned to take over the drug store in Dyess. Pfc. and Mrs. Vernon Nichols and baby of Camp Chaffee are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Nichols. Upon termination of his visit, he will report to West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Tippy and children left Friday for Farmington to visit her sister, Mrs. Dale Nichols, after which they will go to Pontiac, Mich., to visit other relatives. They will be gone a week. Mrs. J. M. East left Monday for McKinney, Tex., for a two-week McKenney, Tex., for a two-week visit. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Pearce and children of Osceola visited Elbert Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Eight building permits were granted by the city engineer last week for the construction of four residences and four additions to residences. Dr. F. E. Utley receive a permit to build a $2,000 frame addition to his house at 1200 Chickasawba while G. H. Heuson is planning a $700 one-room addition on a residence at 900 Chickasawba and Cecil Cassidy a $1,000 store room, addition at 623 Park and Mrs. L. Driskell a $50 addition at 118 South Pearce, several days last week. Mrs. Perry Neal of Bee Branch was here visiting friends the past week. Mrs. Clarence East is home from her work in Memphis for a two-week vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Weimar Burris and daughters of Malvern, Ark., spent last week with the Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Otts. Mrs. Tom Anderson spent last week near Batesville with relatives last Saturday. Tom Anderson, Misses Ada and Evelyn Anderson and George and Gene Huddleston of Lepanto motored to Batesville Saturday and Mrs. Anderson returned home with them. This is the last week of this summer session of school until the last part of October. Fifth. Receiving permits for residences were James Curry a $1,000, three room-frame residence at 1013 Dennis; Frank J. Wagner, two, $10,000 five-room frame residences at 904 and 908 Pecan; Early Buckner a $1,800 four-room frame residence at 1013 Thompson. Real estate transfers recorded in the circuit clerk's office last week were: Stella Royal to Will, Jeff and John Driver, for SI and other consideration, Lot 15, Block; 7, Edwin Robinson Addition. Ellen Y. Golladay to John and Helen Criner, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 81, original survey of Blytheviile. A. L. and Mable Wood to E. W. Norman and Dale Horn, for 52,300, $$$ SAVE $$$ SEE ALVIN Before you buy new furniture — Before you buy used furniture — Before you sell your used furniture for cash — For liberal allowance on trade-ins . . . You Will Be Glad You Did ! ! ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE CO. 113 E. Main St. Blytheviile, Ark. Phone POplar 2-2302 Lots 3 and 4, of replat of W half of Lot 4, Edna Vail First Subdivision and W half Lot 9 of Edna Vail Third Subdivision. Elbert and Martha Alley to City of Blytheviile, for $10 and other consideration, E 14 2 /-> ft. of Lot on Second Street. S. W. and Elsie Polk to City of Blytheviile, E MVi ft. of Lot 2 on Second Street as recorded in deed book 61, page 375. Leo and Mabel Brawley to A. L. and Mable Wood, for $3,500, W H9 ! /2 ft- of E 2196 Lot 8 or Rebecca Patterson Subdivision. Max and Annie Logan to Harold and Marie Wright for $10 and other consideration, lot 13 and E half Lot 14, Block 3, Parkview Addition. Grover and Janice Frazier to Louie and Betty Gilbert, for $10 and other consideration, a lot in East half of W half of W half of SE quarter of Sec. 9-T15N-R11E. Earl and Vernell Slaughter to William and Mary Baugham for $10 and other consideration, Lot 4, Block 1, Chicago Mill and Lumber Co. Third Addition. E. B. and Rovene David to T. A. and Bernice Folger, for $10 and other consideration, W 60 ft. of N 160 ft. Of Lot 6, Block 2, of Country Club Drive Addition. Harold and Marie Wright to Max j and Annie Logan, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 8, Block 3, Parkview Addition.' Buel and Bertha Phillips to Magnolia Courts Inc., for $10 and other consideration, Lot 3, Block B, John B. Walker Second Subdivision. Herman ana Nell Bombalaski to Donald and Joan Walker, for $1,000, and other consideration, Lot 1, Block 6, David Acres Subdivision. Russell and Marguerite Marr to George and Ellen Beasley, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 6, Block 5, Davis Third Addition. Magnolia Courts to William and Lola Baker, for $1 and other consideration, Lot 16, Block B, John B. Walker Second Subdivision. William and Opal Stewart to Lilburn and Wanda Burgin, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 6, subdivision of Lot 16 of Barron- Lilly Subdivision. Max and Annie Logan to William i and Opal Stewart, for $10 and oth-i er consideration, Lot 13, Block G,' John B. Walker Second Subdivision. Jim and Leslie Hillard to Frank Wagner, for $275, Lot 1, Block 10, Elliott Addition. Alvin and Melba Webster to Max and Annie Logan, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 21, Block F,, John B. Walker Second Subdivis-j ion. j C. C. and Bertha Thompson toj Norma and Claudine Shields, for; $1,250, l i; > acre lot in NE quarter! of SW quarter of Sec. 10-T15N-I RUE. i I. E. Parkhurst to C. L. andi Cluna Hinton, for $2,463, and other consideration, E 80 & ft. of Lot 6, Block 4, Ruddle Heights Addition. R. B. and Olive White to Wilson and Velma Bunch, Jr., for $3,000, N 100 ft. of Lot 233, Block 17, original survey of Manila. Herman and Beatrice Margrow to Roberta Akin, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 10, Block 2, Highland Place Addition. Mary L. A. Blackward to Hattie Grimes, H. S. Alston, Sr., and Loretta Shedd, for $1 and love and affection, Lots 5 and 6, Block B, Southside Subdivision of Manila. DO KNOW —What is the first name and middle initial of Mr Nicholson, branch manager of MIDSOUTH PLUMBING SUPPLY in Blytheviile? . . . who is the stock clerk? The more folks with whom you ''"get acquainted"—the more enjoyment of life will be yours. In business and in social contacts "knowing the persons BY THEIR NAMES" is most important. "LET'S GET ACQUAINTED" . . . will feature PEOPLE, thews friends of yours at our places of business who serve your dally needs ! ! ! 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