The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 18, 1956 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 18, 1956
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PAQB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUART 18, Postal Department Faces New Round Of 'Belt Tightening By JACK ADAMS WASHINGTON (AP) — Officials said today the Post Office Department has embarked on another "belt-tightening operation aimed at ending this fiscal year with as small a deficit as possible. + Furthermore, these officials said field offices have been alerted to bility that the Department less than the three billion t hns asked for its opera- the next bookkeeping year July 1. emphasized that there is nt plan for laying off any postal workers. But offi- wer "temporaries," or rsonnel. may be hired Sing 4 l /z months of this and in the 12 months $2.7 Billion GAS BILL (Continued from Page 1) courting the favor of the electorate in a Jew large metropolitan centers." Sen. Ellender (D-La), a bill supporter, said the veto was eviddiet Eisenhower will run again. Rep Foage (D-Tex) called it "an announcement for re-election." Rep. Albert (D-Okla), the House Democratic whip, labeled the action as "Chapter 1 in the President's announcement for r e-election." jta vetoing the bill, Eisenhower nevertheless said some such legislation "is needed because the type of regulation of producers of natural gas which Is required under present law will discourage individual initiative and incentive to explore for and develop new sources of supply.' ' Should Protect Customers He sad, however, that any new bill "should include specific lan- guaga protecting customers in their right to fair prices." This brought from Sen. Sparkman (D-Ala), who voted against the bill, the observation that "the President has tried to get on three sides of this question." "He has said there should not be regulation of 'producers," Spark man said. "He also wants the consumers protected. But he acted on the third side by vetoing a bill that he otherwise would have accepted because of 'arrogant' tactics used ta its behalf." Sen. Clements of Kentucky, the acting emocratic leader, was pleased by the veto but he called Eisenhower's message "an amazing political document." Some Democrats had kind words lor the President. field offices the possibilit> may get less dollars it has tions in the r starting July It was em no present p regular post cials said fev part-time pel in the remaii fiscal year, following. 5 The Post O the current y The present of 441 million Amont oth ment is ask defer their f — on a purel til after July that a vacati lar employe ing of a tei The departm expense iten year's costs The House Office money by $26,100,00( Mofh/v mernoi f * bpecia A United E Methodist C and Parago Sunday. All Method bore district gould distric sion. Blythei boro district On March gould distric district chur day mission. The Rev. visit Ravend temporary replacement. in Jonesboro districts begins a five-day mis- Blytheville is In the Jones- pastors of Para- Mitchell Sanford will Sen. Neuberger (D-Ore) said he. an <j the Rev. Harold Eggensperger lought Eisenhower had "done the w jn v i s jt p; rs t Methodist Church at READY TO WORK — This is part of the "sales force" which took, to the streets in behalf of the Courier News this week. Pictured is a segment of the Courier News carrier boy staff and this week they began going after new customers. The pay-ofS for them comes in the form of prizes. During the contest the lads will have a chance to win everything from basketballs to bicycles . . . plus nearly 200 other prizes. (Courier News Photo) Maiarene Church Notes Pastor's Anniversary Special services at the Church of the Nazarene in Blytheville tomorrow wiU take note of the second anniversary of its pastor, the Rev. J. Louis Emmert. A communion service an4 special message are on tomorrow's program. The Rev. Mr. Emmert came to Blythevilie in 1954 from El Reno, Okla., where he was pastor for just over eight years. Lottie Smith Since his coming here, the church specifications are on file in the City Clerk's office. Any objection to the construction .of this Tourist Trailer Court should be made in writing and filed with the City Clerk within thirty (30) days. DAN BLODGBTT, City Engineer, City of Blytheville. Dated: 2/11/56. 2/18-25 YOUR FRIENDIT THEATRE has bifllt a seven-room brick parsonage, installed air conditioning in the church and made other Improvements to property. ' National headquarters of tht church has recognized tho Blythe- church for being among the top ten percent in membership gain last year. A spring revival has been uled to Begin March 5. Negro Deaths Lottie Smith, 55, died Wednesday at Memorial Hospital In West Memphis. She was a Joiner resident. Services will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Joiner Baptist Church. Rev O. C. Johnson will officiate. Burial will be in Baldwin Cemetery at Joiner. Surviving is a sister, Mary King, and two brothers, Willie Brook* and Sam Jones, all of Joiner. She was a member of Eastern Star. Caston Funeral Home in Blytheville is in charge of arrangements. FARM thought right thing." And in Winter Haven, Fla., where he was campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination, Sen. Kefauver said the veto was "a wise act and in the public interest." Opponents have said the measure would have raised consumers' gas prices but proponents have denied this. "WiU Regret Veto" Sen. Aiken (R-Vt) said the people will be "genuinely grateful" for the veto. Sen. Thye (R-Mlnn) found in the action "a typical example of the President's complete honesty and integrity in acting in the interests of all citizens and not in behal? of any one group." But Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas said in a statement issued here that "the people will regret the veto when all the facts emerge." Sen. Knowland of California, the Senate minority leader, said he had urged the President to sign the bill "and I still think it should have been signed." He said he thought the measure was sound. Elsenhower said in his veto message that since the bill's passage "a body of evidence has accumulated indicating that private persons, apparently representing only a very small segment of a great and vital industry, have been seeking to further their own interest; by highly questionable activities. Paragould. TLA Official Dell Speaker Clyde Colter, superintendent of the Temperance League of Arkansas, will be the speaker at Dell Baptist Church tomorrow night, (Continued from Page 1) areas," Carlson added. The committee-approved bill includes a special two-year program lor 90 per cent parity supports on milling quality wheat in the commercial wheat area. Other wheat would get lower supports, mostly related to its value as a livestock feed. One-Year Program Carlson said he will suggest a one-year program of high supports for quality wheat and propose a special two-price wheat program thereafter. The Senate bill now includes a trial two-price system for rice. Under two price plans proposed in the past, wheat sold for domestic use would be supported at a high level, while wheai sold" for export or for animal feed would be priced lower. Carlson is among a number of farm belt senators up for re-election this year. In a speech last night at Des Moines, Iowa, Benson said the government has an obligation to help farmers out of the price-cost squeeze. But he said he "cannol and will not" suggest such mea sures as a return to 90 per cent supports that Benson said "can only get them in deeper." "These include -efforts that I deem to be so arrogant and so much in defiance of acceptable standards of propriety as to risk creating doubt among the American people concerning the integrity of governmental processes." With both the Senate and a federal grand jury looking into the situation, Eisenhower noted that he was up against a deadline, "These investigations," he said, "cannot be concluded before the expiration of the 10-day period 1 within which the President must I act upon the legislation under the! Constitution." If he had not acted by midnight tonight, the bill would have automatically become law. the pastor, the Rev. Jesse Holcomb, announced today. The public is inivted to attend the 7 p-in. service. MID-EAST (Continued from Page 1) dent Eisenhower the State Depart' ment is reviewing the whole sltua- :ion with respect to arms . deliveries to Egypt and the Arab States. Officials said they did not know how long this review would take. Some officials argued the delivery of 18 tanks to Saudi Arabia, which has no common border with Israel, would not materially affect the Israeli-Arab balance. If their view prevails it appeared likely that Saudi Arabia would eventually get its tanks. American authorities generally were inclined to blame the excitement over the affair on bad timing. The tank deal with Saudi Arabia was disclosed just when the United States is working hardest toward an Arab-Israeli settlement The Israeli Embassy spokesman who declined to be quoted by name said about $100,000 worth of replacement and repair parts foi automotive, signal and aircraf equipment and some safety equip ment such as parachutes were caught in the pipeline here by the embargo order. The Israeli government/ has a request pending for 50 million dol lars worth of weapons, including jet fighter planes and antiaircraf guns. The United Stated has been delaying final action on\it while seeking a basis for an Arab-Is raeli settlement. The Unite! States has said that it would not ngage in a Middle East arms •ace. In Public Position Communist Czechoslovakia is supplying arms to Egypt. Against this background, announcement of the shipment of tanks to Saudi Arabia put the United States in the public position of supplying Saudi Arabia with at least a small amount of heavy weapons while it was refusing to meet Israel's urgent demands for irms. Saudi Try a Texaco Service Station First! We Can Supply You with the Finest TEXACO HEATING OIL "Let us power your farm and hear your home" We deliver anywhere in Mississippi County BOB LOGAN "YOUR TEXACO MAN" Blytheville Phone 3-3391 Joiner Phone 2421 ROTHROCK DRUG STORE Remember us for prescriptions EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-5015 Paint Closeout Many Types And Colors £ Price Hubbard Hardware Master Mix Feed 16% Dairy Feed S-1.05 cwt Be*f Concentrate 4.63 cfft Pig A Sow Concentrate 4.94 cwl S5% Hag Concentrate.. 4.98 cwt Pic Wormer 5.U cwt Chick 8lnrl«r 5.01 cwt Chick Grower 4.45 cwt Eff-ete 4.3S cwt E« Mash 4.60 cirt lUMrit PelkU 4.5» cwt H*rM F«4 8.94 cwt Short* 2.95 cwt ShtUcd Corn 1.5* cwt Farmers Soybean Corp. *HMM of 8«HMw gervlw" Bl.vthtvlUt, Arkansas Menu for Sunday FEBRUARY 19,1956 By Special Request from so many people, we wish to announce we will be Open For Business on Sundays from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. APPETIZERS Va Grapefruit Tomato Juice Shrimp Cocktail Stewed Prunes Hospitality Tray Clam Chowder _ ENTREES — Roast Turkey, Celery Dressing, Cranberry Sauce .... ?1.25 Prime Rib of Beef Roast 1.45 Breaded Veal Cutlett - 1.35 Baked Ham, Pineapple Sauce 1.15 Deviled Crab, Tartar Sauce 1.15 CHOICE OF TWO: Ford Hook Lima Beans Au Gratin Potatoe* Stewed Apples Spinach & Egg COMBINATION OR CONGEALED PINEAPPLE & CARROT SALAD Lemon Ice Box Pie Chocolate Cream Pie Sweet Potato Pie Apple Pie COFFEE MILK TEA Ice'Cream, Sherbet Jello .05 Cotton Bowl Cafe 114 N. 2nd St. Mrs. Clara Martin Arabian Ambassador Sheikh Abduallah Al-Kayyal told Asst. Secretary of State George Allen yesterday the stop order on delivery of the tanks "will necessarily create an unfortunate impression on the people of Saudi Arabia and the Arab world." In a statement which he issued about his talk with Alien he said: "It is the hope and expectation of Saudi Arabia that the United States will soon carrying out its find a way commitment the common interest of both«countries." IKE (Continued from Page 1) tack," Snyder said. "Psychologically, it is worse Tor you than it is physically. They are longer getting over the psychological injury than they are the physical." Snyder gave Eisenhower a medical checkup afterward and reported the President came through in "very good" shape. James C. H- irty, White House press sec- re *y, said Eisenhower "felt fine" after playing nine holes. "He is looking forward to playing again," Hagerty added. OSCECHA Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre! NOTICE Notice is hereby given that D. M. 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