pAQB EIGHT BtTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUAY "1 Rain Halts Work Obituary On SeMo Lake But Progress Was Good Until That Time By II. L. YEAGER STEELE — Heavy rains over the •week end and this week stopped the work of the dragline and bulldozers on the Pemiscot County Pishing Lake project. The county drag line and six bulldozers, spnt in to assist with the work, had made progress and but about two more days would have been required, according to Duke Still, president of the club. With the bayou now filled with water, it was stated that the work was delayed and would likely have to be completed by the drag line. The new 12-inch well, tested and ready for use, will not be needed for some time. , ! The rearing pond required but! about one-half day of work, where excavation was nearly completed and a strainer gate was being installed to separate the fingerlings in the rearing pond from big fish In the main lake. The big lake, near four miles in length, requires more work at its lower extreme in the way of a higher spillway embankment. The water will rise in the lake at this time to a five and one-half or six feet level. The survey has not been completed, but previous records sustain this estimate. Before the rains which now approximate ten inches over the week end period, word had been sent the Wildlife Commission of Missouri, regarding the progress and it was expected that a consignment oJ fingerlings would arrive at once. FORMOSA" (Continued from Page 1) army and air force men massed inactively on the coast across from Quemoy and The Matsus. Close examination of Chou's 14,000-word report to the People's Political Consultative conference appears to support the thesis that he didn't really mean serious business about Formosa's "liberation." His reference to the use of force seems almost an afterthought inserted in his speech to make an impression during Prime Minister Eden's visit to Washington. His main theme was that Formosa should be taken by nonviolence— subversion and mass defections of Nationalists. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas lor permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 108 E. "Main, Blytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas. The undersigned" states that she is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that she has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 3rd day of February, 1956. and to expire on the 30th day of June. 1956. MAX1NE DAVES. Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of February, 1956 ELIZABETH MASON, Notary Public. SEAL My Commission expires 4/26/58. 2/4 i Miss Vero Ward, Teacher, Dies Services were held this morning at First Baptist Church in Leach- vllle for Miss Vera Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Payne of Leachville. Miss Ward, 43. died suddenly Thursday morning at her home in Hot Springs. A former teacher in Leachville and Senath, Mo., Miss Ward had taught in the Oak mwn School in Hot Springs for the past eight years. Survivors include her parents, five brothers, Arvil Ward Conway and Grayson Ward, all of Leachville, Jason Ward of Ashland. Ore., and Dr. J. Troy Payne of Blythe- vil!e, and a foster sister. Miss Catherine Miller of Hot, Springs. R. W. Boskin Services CARUTHERSVILLE — Services have been conducted for one of Southeast Missouri's oldest Masons, Robert W. Baskin, 91, of Parma. He leaves four daughters and three sons, including Carl Baskin, Carufliersville druggist. Mr. Baskin, a retired merchant, was born March 10, 1864, and he died at his Parma home Sunday night. His wife died 26 years ago. Mr. Baskin was a charter mem- bev of the Essex Masonic Lodge and had received a 50-year pin from the Order three years ago. He had lived in Parma 75 years. Services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Presbyterian Church in Maiden. The Rev. Charles Gilworth of Clarkton officiated. Burial was in the Dexter cemetery. Luxora Resident Dies in Hospital Services for Mrs. Myrtle Petty, 48, who died at Methodist Hospital in Memphis Wednesday, were conducted yesterday afternoon at Gross Mortuary in Hot Springs. A 15-year resident .of Luxora, Mrs. Perry is survived by her husband, George C. Petty, a druggist in Luxora. Also surviving are two sons. Dr. Robert Lewis of Camden and J. B. Lewis of Hot Springs, and a sister, Mrs. W. O. Guerin of Roswell, N. Mex. Burial, with Howard Funeral Home in charge, was at Pleasant Hill Cemetery. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS A. J. Lewis, Trustee for Lewis Gin.to., Pltf. VS. No. 13,216 Floyd Densmore & Eva Densmore, Dfts. The defendant, Floyd Densmore and Eva Densmore, are hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. A. J. Lewis. Trustee for Lewis Gin Co. Dated this day of February, 1956. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. James M. Gardner, Atty. for Pltf. 2 4-11-18-25 Pipeline transportation is considered the cheapest and safest method of transporting crude oil. Dag Sees Nehru NEW DELHI, India \fi — TJ. N. Secretary General Dag Hammar- skjold paid a formal call today on Prime Minister Nehru. Paint Closeout Many Types And Colors 1 Price Hubbard Hardware Delta Propane Phone For Free Estimates R. C. FARR & SONS Owners Phone 3-4662 — 400 Railroad — Phone 3-4567 We Buy Ear Corn FARMERS SOYBEAN CO. "Norn* of Sudden Service" BrMdwii)* A Hvtaon Phone 3-8191 MAKES HISTORY -World's champion corn gro\ver is 16- year-old Lamar RatliH of Baldwin, Miss. He harvested 304.38 bushels of corn from a single acre of land, first person in history to achieve such a tremendous yield. His feat has been likened to cracking the sound barrier, running the four- minute mile or conquering Mt. Everest. He used ao eight- year-old mule to do the cultivating and greyir 25,850 stalks of corn. Farm Journal, Inc., presented Lamar with $1000 lor the feat. His father, Paul, also got $1000 for coaching the young 4-H'er. Lamar above displays two ears of his corn. 6,000 Face April Draft WASHINGTON (#—Six thousand men will be drafted in April for service-in the Army. The Defense Department's monthly draft call, isstied yesterday, showed the same Army quota for April as for March. There was no mention of the Navy, which was allotted 10,000 men under the call for March. VICKREY (Continued from Page 1) over the money. County Court appropriations are divided as follows: state hospitals for the mentally ill, 510,040; juries and elections, $14,700; officers' salaries and supplies, $109.056.74; miscellaneous, $34,900; and new equipment, $2,460. Appropriations of . the County Court at this time do not include road districts and, drainage districts as their budgets will be made at another time. Cooler's Lions Plan Minstrel Show Raises $2,000 Annually for Charitable Projects By H. L, YEAGER COOTEB — March 9 has been set for the sixth annual Lions Club minstrel show, according 1 to Joe Burton who directs the program and who is also this yenr president of the club. The remarkable success of the annual event dates back to its beginning as a project to raise money for civic and charity needs of the school and community. Their first show with the discovery that they had some unusual talent, has enabled the Lions Club in this manner to raise around $2,000 each year for their projects. It was pointed out by J. H. "Hack" Norrid, one of the directors of the club, that "we have purcnasea ail alllitillC iielfl aajum- ing school property, aided in eyesight clinic and purchased perhaps 50 pair of glasses for needy students., held a big Christmas party for chldren each year, and sponsored Little League ' and Pony League base ball." The Lions Club is a loyal group of about 27 members, who are looked upon as civic leaders and who take the responsibility of "lending the helping hand," in this town of about 500 population. Plans for the minstrel show work the year round. Highlighting the show this year, it is announced, will be six song numbers, the Ferryboaters Band, "crazy poems," and church hymns and popular song numbers by the Steele Extension Club Sextette. The I. O. O. P. Lodge of Steele is assisting with ticket sales this year. FOR ISRAELI HALL OF FAME-Former President Harry S. Trumao stands beside the unfinished bust of him that will be placed when completed in the Hall of Fame of Ben Yehuda National Museum in Jerusalem. It is being sculptured in Truman's Kansas City, M6.. office. Soldiers Poisoned TAIPEI IS) — Forty Chinese Nationalists soldiers stationed in southeast Formosa were recovering today from the effects of food poisoning. Army spokesmen said a cook inadvertently used an insecticide instead of flour yesterday in preparing a meal for the men. Engineer Goes To Reynolds Co. Paul M. Wilson, former chief engineer of Central Metals Products Company in Bljtheville, has accepted a position in the engineering department of Reynolds Metals Company in Sheffield, Ala. Mi-, and Mrs. Wilson will leave tomorrow for Florence, Ala., where they will live at 909 North Wood Ave. The common, toad eats about 10,000 garden pests a year. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS Margaret Alsup Shea, Pltf. Vs. No. 13,211 Lamon Shea, Dft. WARNING ORDER The defendant, Lamon Shea, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in tile caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Margaret Alsup Shea. Dated this the 27th day of January, 1956. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C Wm. S. Rader, Atty. for Pltf. James M. Gardner, Atty ad litem 1/28-2/4-11-18 Back to Panama PANAMA (Pi— Dr. Victor Florencio Goytia returned last night from Miami. Fla., to take over the active leadership of the opposition Liberal party. A lawyer, he had lived in Miami the past year. Negro Deaths Jim Anderson Jim Anderson died this morning at Walls Hospital. He was 65. Funeral is scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday in the chapel of Logan's Funeral Home. Anderson is survived by his wife, Ethel. CULVERT TILE Concrete Culverts—Corrugated Metal Pipe—Automatic Flood Gates—Screw Type Head Gates —Pre-Cast Septic Tanks We Deliver—Best Prices Webb Culvert Tile Co. at Ark.-Mo. State Line Phone OSborn 3-8414 Exchange Fire TAIPEI (la — The Defense Ministry said today Chinese Communists and Nationalist artillery units had exchanged fire, in relatively lighl action in the Amoy-Quemoy area across the strait from Formosa. It said the Reds on Amoy fired 37 rounds yesterday, and the Nationalists hit back. Discoveries of the French plorer, Jacques Cartier, were the basis for France's claims to the St. Lawrence valley. Master Mix Feed IK. 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