The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1955 · Page 17
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 96, 1WW BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAQK SEVJEHTICH Kefauver Cites D-Y Contract In Attack on Adminstration ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (AP) — Sen! Kefauver (D-Tenn) said yesterday the Dixon-Yates contract is a "fine example of devious dealings by the monopolistic interests controlling the government." ' . . . Kefauver, who is regarded as a possible Democratic presidential aspirant in 195b, accused the Eisenhower administration of failing to check what he termed a "drive toward monopoly" in business and industry. _ . He said this at the 57th convention of the National Association of Retail Druggists. "Bold action is called for to slow this drive toward monopoly." Kefauver said, "but I regret to say that I do not see the prospects of such bold leadership from anyone In authority today." The Tennessee senator dealt at some length with the controversial contract under which the Dixon- Yates private power group would hav built a 107-million-dollav plant at West Memphis. Ark., to channel electric energy into the Tennessee Valley Authority area to replace TVA power being used at Atomic Energy Commission installations. President Eisenhower, who in 1954 had ordered the contract negotiated with the Dixon-Yates group, directed last July 11 that it be cancelled. He did so after the city of Memphis, for which much of-the Dixon-Yates power was des^ lined, annouia-ed it would build its own power $!imi. "Shocking Evidence" ' Kefauver told the druggists a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee inquiry into the Dixon-Yates contract developed what he called shocking evidence that Sherman Adams, Eisenhower's top aide, had told the Securities and Exchange commission in a telephone call "what it should do on Dixon-Yates." During testimony last summer, SEC Chairman J. Sinclair Armstrong said that at Adams' request the SEC in June postponed for three days a hearing on Dixon- Yates financing plans. Armstrong related that Adams wanted the delay to give government lawyers time to decide whether to intervene. Adams twice declined to testify before the Kefauver group, •saying Armstrong and other government witnesses could give all the information he had on the matter. He also cited his confidential relationship with Eisenhower. "May Tell FTC" Kefauver said "the shocking thing in our Dixon-Yates investigation is that it revealed the power exercised directly over independent regulatory bodies by the administration in power," "If by picking up a phone, somebody in the white house can tell one regulatory body what it should do on Dixon-Yates. . ." Kefauver said, "then that same person, or some one. might also tell the Federal Trade Commission how to en force, or how not .to enforce, the Robinson-Patman Act." That is a law which forbids unfair trade pricing practices which might lend to promote monopolies. "It is unthinkable that such a thing should happen," he continued, "but it did happen in Dixon- Yates." Continued from preceding page 1106 Hearn St. A nice large practically new, modern brick home, located on paved street in one of the best residential sections large living room with fire place, dfn- ing room, den. beautiful kitchen and half bath down stairs, 3 extra large bedroom and two full baths upstairs. Furnace room central heat ind dish washer. Enjoy living in this comfortable 3 bedroom home. I 1 ,2 oaths utility room with washer connections, attic fan, one lir conditioner, blinds, drapes, refrigerator, electric stove included. Garage, large fenced jack yard. JOHNNY MARK REALTOR Ph 3-4111 or 2-2596 8113 ck tf Colored girl, general help and clean up work. No experience necessary. Apply In person. Rustic Inn. 10'18 ck 10 ; 26 Help Wanted, Colored WANTED a good colored woman to do light housekeeping duties and take care of 2i/i year old boy. 8:00 to 4:00 Monday thru Friday. After 4:30 call 3-6929. Business Opportunities If Interested In clean profitable business watch Blythevllle TA5TEE 'REEZE in operation 1300 like It now iperatinp. Franchise available Arkanas' finest location. Write TASTEE FREEZ. P O Box 771 Blythevllle 9 21 CK 102] For Sale or Rent TOM'S CAFE. 419 W. Ash. foi rent. Ph. 3-8602. 10il4 pk 23 For Sale or Trade For good 3 room house trailer. r«la Call 122-J Stecle. Mo. For Rent Offle. lulW .nd one bUBlnM. bnlio I., Mr. Bolllpeter Pb 3-3251 ^ .- Beautyrtsi mat, treuu. Pb 3-4050 Phone 3-M15 i buiine» bids, on corner ol_Frank P L.rge Building at 345 Division Street .„£?'. for Business. 4 living rooms «. 0. Smith 604 Ash St. ™ 0 3 p *f li7 4 room house, bath. gas. Rei Lake. 516 To'lS pk 1021 Klcelj luralBBM .p.rlment. al*> vm- tumUbed apartment. * hBOUM "" s Itbli fot information pbnn. O««°'» • 1. D. 8 Laney »1» «* " M acre. cyprew land for rent to whit* or colored with team. Refer ences required. T R. B«n«'P h i yBt ' 3. Blytherllle. Ark. ""5_P*J_ 3 ~Mai* Htlp Winted WANTED—YOUNG MEN 18-26 Slnel. free to travel. Calif, and return, transportation furnished, avpr.se earning! *75.00 per week.' plus bonus and Immediate drawing account. Apply Mr- Martin Hotel Noble. Thursday only 10 ..m. to 5 p.m. No phone c.llpto.e.^ Help Wanted B.bv,ltt,ng. Ph. 3-8912 or Curb flrl App.lv in per»on. Kream Kastle. 10 4 " Press hand for Bin. Valley "eld Gin Co. Ph. .1-6645. 10 ! 13 CK " Sales Representative Wt are looking for a man between 25 »nd 45 with ««le« bnckground. to call on rural area, must hate at least » huh school «ducatlon. own n car »nu be . permanent resident of Blythevllle. Starting guaranteed Income open, we «1T« office and field training and supervision. Tbls IS » permanent P<" lt '°" with • future. Call Noble Hotel lor Jot Cad'den for appointment only. Tlitrnday morning 8.-30 to^2:30.^ 1(j|M WANTED AT ONCE: Older man not •ubject to mllltury service for good lUwlelnh buslneBS In E. MlMlMIPpl County or City ot Blytbevllle. Stop working for others, be your own boss. Good profits. If Interested, write" OncT R.wlelghX D«|>t. AK.I-2IO-AA Vtmphls. Tenn. 10 20 pk 21 Help Winf«d, Ftm»l« i Sales lady wanted for ready to wear. Only those with experience please apply. Write Box E-15, c/o Courier News. 10111 ck tf ATTWITIOM TODMO LADH8 18-J« ««Ten neat appearing young Indies. «lnil« free to travel. Calif, and return, Truruporutlon furnished, average cnrn- ln|l MS p*r week, plus bonm. »nd lmm.<il.tt drawing account. Apply Thundi/ ind Friday. 10 a.m. to 3 P.ITK Mr.. Mtnm, Hot.) Kobi«. Mo P>i<">« e«Hs plmo. F»r«nt4 wflcome^ Inter^ Insurance SAVE UP TO 40% On Your Auto Insurance With STATE FARM MUTUAL Fred T Ratllrf. Agent Ph. 3-803B 10 II) ck tf Loans 1 Money To Loan On oK. musical Instruments, etc We but used furniture and other article of value East Main Loan Co. 300 C Ualn •i • Pn J-3MO FOR THE BEST IN FARM LAND - FARM LOANS See EARL'S FARM & LOAN CO. 0. L, BarU 2-2416—J UarBh 2-3730 Blrth.tlllB—Ph 3-4052 3|30 ek tl Lost Red Pekinese, answers to the name of Missy. Dale Dunlap. 1101 W. Ash. Ph. 3-4US. 10,18 pk 10,21 LOST—Billfold between Farmers BaiiH and 829 Cherry, reward call courlei News Phone 3-4461. *» Meals Home cooekd meals served country style—all you can eat and drink for 75c. Home made pie. MRS. N J HUM- PIJREY. 115 W. Aeh St.. city, ph 3-8297 10[4 pk U]4 Notice O8»D REFRIGERATOR M9.95 up BAbOSLL A WHITt German chocolate cakes made o? 01 er Ph 3-3340 Mrs Fred Copeland 8;2 pk 11,2 Wt ouy iwed turniiutio UAJ.SELL WHITE. 113 8 Division Ph 3-6098 114 ck 11 I am not responsible for any debts or tncumbeninces Incurred by anyone other thtm my self. Signed, Patricia E. Tolbert. 10J15 pk 21 Dogwood Home Demonstration club flrce Sale Saturday, Oct. 22. Ark-Mo Power Co Home — made cakes, pies, do-nuts. cup-cakes and fresh eggs. 10-20 pk 22 .THE '56 CHRYSLER. — This 1956 Chrysler Windsor Newport is one of six hardtops in the new line. It has a 225 horsepower V-8 and is five inches longer than last year's model. It may be seen at T. I. Seay Motor Co. here tomorrow. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton Jr Gary Clay is the name given the baby, boy at Mr: and Mrs. Henry Neal's.,.104.West Missouri in Blytheville. Weight six pounds, the baby was:born in Memphis at Methodist Hospital. Mr. arid Mrs.' A, Q.. Mosley are the paternal grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. D. Oarrett, now of California are the baby's grandparents from Mrs. Neal's relationship. Ann end Bobby are the Neal's other children. It was a homecoming weekend al Mr. and Mrs. Russel Little's when their son. Airman Jirnmie Little, arrived Saturday after completing ten weeks basic training at Lack- Personal "OLD AT 40. 50. 60?" MAN! You're crazy! Thousands peppy at 70. Ostrex Tonic Tablets pep up bodies lacking Iron. For rundown feeling men. women cnl! "old". 50c get-acquainted size only 43c. In Blythevllle. Kirby and Woods Drugs; also druggists everywhere. 10,20 pk 21 Private Rooms Room and board. Hot meals served. Couples or singles. ,212 S. 8th St. 10 18 pk 11,18 Nice large bedroom, pvt. bath, couple or men. 3-4139 after 5. 10;18 ck 26 Large, comfortable bedroom for business women. Ph. 2-2514. 10 14 pn iri4 10;14 pk 22 Bedroom for girls Ph 2-2087. Sleeping room Men only. HO E. Rose St. Ph. 3-3311. 10 14 pk 10 22 Nice bedroom Men only Ph. 3-4432 9.13 ck t{ Sleeping rooms 104 E. Dasls. Ph Situation Wanted Housekeeping and baby sitting, with transportation. Ph. 3-6259. 10 18 pk 29 Wanted to Buy We Ouy used furniture HALSELL A WHITK. 113 8 Division Pb 3-6096 ill ck ti Pecans Highest prices paid Hew location. 421 E. Ash. C. R. Lewis 10115 ck 10 : 31 IITTLE KNOWN The upraised torch of the Statue of Liberty is familiar to millions, but many do not know that she holds the Declaration of Independence in her other hand, or that the broken chains of tyranny lie at her feet. Life at its Be.il! When you flush " covey oj quail in North Carolina's Piedmont and bag Iwo.. .that's life ul Hi bat! Wnen the Jay is over i ' i 5 1 I'-i and you ve bagged your limit. • what could Le liner man JBtourbon at its Best? KENTUCKY STRMCHT IOUHONWHISKET KENTUCKY STIMIOHT BOURBON WHISKEY A gmoatner Kentucky ioi/r/i<in since 1870 SiOS I IKS f | 55 44/JOt. I >Pt. Pt- HILL H HILL CO., DIVISION OF NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORP,, LOUISVRU, KENTUCKY. IS MO Of. Missouri State Teacher's College in Cape Girardcau. Sunday the Littles' celebrated with a dinner with guests Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jenkins and daughter Judy and Miss Joan Rickman of Steele. It wus a double celebration in honor of Mrs. Jenkins' and Miss Rickman's birthdays. Autumn leaves held in regal silver centered the dining table which was laden with favorite family foods. Grovt to Tell His Occupation CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (» — Ross Vardon, long-time principal of the Greenwood School, Wakeflcld, who died last Sept. 29, ordered that the headstone on his grave be marked: "No School Today "Teacher Gone Home." The order was contained in Vardon's will, filed for probate Tuesday. Kiss Wasn't In Bargain PONTIAC, Mich. W — A young door - to - door magazine salesman was given a 90-day jail sentence yesterday for stealing a kiss from a housewife In nearby Berkley. The woman objected when Roy Rich, 25, of Valley City, N. C., added a light buss on the cheek to his sales pitch. She called police. Rich was arrested a few doors away. s asc raning -at Lack- Air Force Base in San An' School Superintendent L. N. Kin- ?r was one of several renresenla- land Air Force Base in San An- a workshop at the Cotton Boll t tom'6. Texas. - tel in Kennett Tuesday. He has a ten-day leave. Also join-1 His topic \vas "Building Profi ing the family was Tony Little of sidnalism within My Staff." Supt. W. I. Meyers of Maiden spoke on "Library Improvement' and Kennett Supt. Byron Masterson's subject was "Supervision Improvement". A series of these workshop meetings are held yearly within the various school areas. Entering Chickasawba Hospital, Blytheville, Tuesday Mrs. Monroe Martin has undergone surgery and will remain hospitalized through' out an eight-day period. Having finished basic training Airmen Donnie Hicks and James Kifer arrived by [rain early Saturday for ten-day leaves with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Goldia Hicks and Theadore Kifer. The two boys and Jimmie Little have spent their initial basic preparation together at the Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. They will return to separate bases. Sam Ward nas naa nospital treatment for the past several days. He will be home the last of the week. St. Louisians Mrs. Fern Coleman, Miss Georgia Mae Best and Mrs. jean Booker were visiting here over the week-end with Joe Cole- man and among friends. Mr. and Mrs. Murlon Utley took their children,. Murlon Lynn and Joy, and little Jamie Lindsey of Deering to the Memphis zoo Sunday Henry Patterson was a guest of his brother, Neal Patterson, and Mrs. Patterson at Savannah, Tenn., from Saturday until Monday. Week-end houseguests of the Pattersons were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Casteel. Mr. and Mrs. Leemon Kinder have spent several days with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter N. Kinder, of Gordonville, Mo., who have moved from their country home recently into Gordonville proper. A. G Mosley was removed from Blytheville Hospital Saturday to hi; | home where he is rapidly improv ' ing after a recent heart attack. Mrs. Lloyd Booker spent, two days with Mrs. Mildred Franklin who has undergone major surgery at bsceola's Memorial Hospital Mrs. Franklin is recuperating nice ly. hoover Cited By AMA For Medical Work NEW YORK (*) — Former Preil- dent Herbert Hoover haa been cited ;or his work as honorary chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Fund for Medical Education. At his Waldorf Towers ault« yeB- :erday. Hoover was presented with the Prank H. Lahey award for "outstanding leadership In medical education." Since 1849, the National fund las granted seven million dollar! to 80 medical schools. In accepting the award, Hoover said the "responsibility (or finding funds" for medical research and technician training "does not He upon our medical men but upon laymen and industry." Bird Jealousy Gets Her DiV«rct CHICAGO IB — Mrs. Odelle Kelly Kemp, 2$, testified in Superior Court that her husband was jealou* of her parakeet. She said her husband Robert, It, became angry and struck her whett she spoke to her pet bird after they returned from their one-week honeymoon last June. They separated Aug. 27. Judge Harry 6. Hershenson granted Mrs. Kemp a divorce OB grounds of cruelty. Dots It Himstlt DELHI, 111. I* — You're never too old to build, is the theory Henry Hummel, 72, is following ai be builds a house of logs. Hummel cut the trees, hauled tee logs by pulling them with a winch, notched them and hoisted them Into place. He plans a 1 story, 4 room structure. ANNOUNCING FOR 1956 a dramatic new blending of power and style that makes power visible and gives beauty motion.,. the exciting new "PowerStyle"CHRYSLER You're looking at the longest, lowest, most powerful Chrysler ever built. Designed to walk off with all styling honors. And setting the trend for others to follow with New Pushbutton PowerFlite automatic transmission. To select the drive you want, just push a button on the dash. New FirePower V-8—America's first airplane- type automotive V-8 engine, now even more powerful! New PowerPilet Steering that delivers a full power assist, positive feel-of-the-road every minute, every milel New PowerSmooth Brakes for smoothest, safest stops. They'll outlast the next-best brakes 2-to-1! Two More Fabulous Chrysler Firsts* Highway high- fidelity long-playing record player spins your favorite music while you drive! And—instant airplane-type heat- Ing system gives living-room warmth without waiting! See the "PowerStyle" Chrysler at your Chrysler dealer's todayl. Now more than ever.. .America's most smartly different carl T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. • 131 E. Main St. • ; ' FOR ,Ht MST IN TV, SEE "IT'S A GREAT UK" AND "CLIMAXI"- SH TV PAGE F0» TIMEI AND STATION! 1

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