The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 30, 1955
Page 5
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1955 cotmrcn PACTfTVl Ike's Illness Has Placed New Prominence on Nixon By WILBUR JENNINGS WASHINGTON (AP) — It is all work and no play these days for Vice President Nixon. The sudden illness of President Eisenhower thrust the vice president intp a new prominence in the public mind. More and more people want to see him. He has assumed additional official chores although there has been no Jormal delegation of new authority. Nixon is working * tough schedule. For instance, yesterday he left home shortly after 8 a.m. and did not get back until after 10 p.m. He went straight to bed. His two daughters and wife have seen him only briefly since the President was hit by » heart attack Saturday. . Short days ago, reporters sought only occasional contacts with, the vice president. Now, they trail him everywhere and record his every word. THIRD PLACE — Blytheville's Rebefcah Lodge got a third place with its float using this cotton theme. General theme of the 1955 parade was "Cotton, for Everything." Boy Scout Troop took- first place. (Courier News Photo) Hot Strangles Boy ELGIN, El. (if}— James Cole. 7, was strangled by the chin strap of his cowboy hat yesterday. Police said the boy apparently was sliding down a rope tied to a tree when he slipped. The hat caught in a loop in the rope. The chin strap held and broke the boy's necS, police said. Women's Attitudes Big Barrier MIAMI BEACH, Fla. OP}—The at- titule of women toward themselves is the greatest barrier to their complete freedom, says ihe feminine Lieutenant Governor of Vermont. Mrs. Consuelo Northrop Bailey, the only woman in this country elected Lieutenant Governor, said GEM THEATRE "Qsceofa's finest" j women have not used the fullest ex' tent the freedom they have won since they received the vote 35 years ago. She told south Florida business and professional women's clubs last night that women waste energy on unimportant details and by "just trying to keep up with the Joneses" and that they fear they are not so capable as men. "Women are more free from a legal than from a psychological point. of view," she said. The most important job for a woman is still to be a good mother, she added. • SUN. • MON. • TUES. October 2-3-4 'Its ALWAYS FAIR WEATHER" GENE KELLY- DAN DAILEY CYDCHARISSE-DOLORES GRAY MICHAEL KIDD •OMM-G.M,* CINEMASCOPE**,,COLOR Polite to Them polite to them, and ask him what had gone on. Once in the house, the lights went on in an upstairs bedroom for only a, few minutes and then everything was dark. As vice president, Nixon has had a secret service man either in his Capitol Hill office or with him at times. Now during the day, four arj assigned to him. One rides in the front seat of his chauffeur- driven limousine and the other three travel in a car directly behind his. Two at N f ight At night, two secret service men cake up duty in a car parked directly across the street from the Nixon home. On the rear seat, be-j side an agent, is a tommy gun. .should happen to the President. Nixon would be one of the first to kno\v. A few days ago Nixon said he would let newsmen use the basement "maid's room" during the night. The maid was poing away for four days, he explained. He also said they might use his color television set which he had never ha'l time to watch. But Wednesday night, the reporters were told the maid was staying on. Apparently, the secret service liked it better that way. Phony Heater Racket Burns Camden Residents CAMDEN, N. -7. (VP)—Fire Chief William Van Pfefferle and some Camden home owners are burning up over a new racket by phony heater inspectors, Pfefferle said the "Inspectors" give the impression they have been sent by either the Fire Department or the Bureau of Fire Prevention to check home heating equipment. They take the heater completely apart and then if the householder doesn't agree to "needed" repairs, the "inspector" leaves without reassembling the scattered heater. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blythevill* Phone 3-46J1 j Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. LEGISLATIVE "WHIP" A "whip" in a legislative body is a member who is charged ft'ith the task of rounding up the members of his party and getting them to vote on bills in which the party has a special interest. usually stops to answer'their p,ues- The listens make [i e -qi,er.t checks tions but at times he shies away, it '-he grounds tiirrouufilng the Wednesday night he attended an nformal dinner with Secretary of State Dulles and Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams at Dulles' home. He hurried to his waiting automobile after it was over and once at home swept into the house. Reporters didn't get a chance to the take up an ail-night vigil in parked cars. If anything r.orne. Reporters Nome Didn't Mean Much DALLAS, Tex. W)—Money Price Robber Is Left Holding Bag SAN FRANCISCO (.?>)—Some days a feller just can't bag a thing. Movie cashier Rosaleen Thompson looked up when a man laid a now and a paper bag on her counter and commanded: of Browntield, Tex., was acquitted I "Don't bother to read the note. of income tax evasion charges by Wrong Defendant But Right Case HOUSTON, Tex. HV-Asst. Dist. Atiy. George Miller asked Willie Anderson if he were guilty of aggravated assault in stabbing a man Feb. 22. Anderson said he h&d never seen the victim before. The, wounded man, Claude Grif-, fin. spoke up: "Thai's not the Willie Anderson that stabbed me. The one that stabbed me was b. Woman." The case was reset for the ap-: pearance of the right defendant. Just fill up the bag." Federal Judge T. Whitfield David- "With what?" she asked. son. "With money," he said. "When we look at a cow and her i '"There's not enough here to Sll ribs are showing, it's hard to con-jit up," she said. vince ourselves she is fat," the judge } The man walked to a nearby theater and tried a^ain, with a gun. said. Judge Davidson said the fact thai; the 55-year-old farmer-rancher quit i his auto and farm implement business after five years showed he made no money in the business, I armed robbery. Price was charged with evading He was carrying a paper bag— $4.887.56 of taxes in 1948 and $143.06 j empty. ' Cashier Bonnie Duste ducked "and j calied the cops. I A few minutes later they arrested Arthur Bosey, 33, on suspicion of Qrphanag* Benefits Dog Accepts Pastors' Invite GOLDSBORO. N. C. W—A Goldsboro minister was working in his yard when a small dog ran up and began to bark and snap at iiis cuffs. The minister scolded the animal telling him he was the mean- ets dog he had ever seen and suggesting thai he needed to go to church. The following Sunday after the minister had completed his sermon the little dog trotted down the aisle. He paused briefly, turned around and jogged out of the church. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Northeast Arkansas Most Popular Theater Saturday Night 10:30 •SIMU'TUES. October 1-2-3-4 Conlimious Showing from 2 p.m. Sunday at 7:00 and 9:15 on Weekdays •it » _ IM.. MMM Ir «0"0«l DOMUt BURBANK, Calif. W) — Novelist j Theodore Dreiser's widow has left j one fifth of an estate valued at '• more than $100,000 to a "worthy j Negro orphanage." The orphanage j was not named. Most of the re-} mainder of the estate was left to relatives. Mrs. Dreiser died Sept. in Gresham, Ore. The basenji dogs, imported Iromi Africa a few years ago, are known | as barkless dogs. I FOR SALE 50x36 barn, 2 room house and chicken house contains several thousand feet of good cypress lumber and metal roofing. 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