THTJHSDAY, APRIL 9, 1958 (ARK.)' COTJKIEK NEWS Busy Augusta Takes Ikes Visits in. Stride By MERCER BAILEY AUGUSTA, Oa. Wl—President El- senhower's choice of Augusta £or his White House vacations has made few changes In this crowded boom town. The curious gather at the airport and afcng some of the streets when the President files down for a few days of golf at the Augusta j National Golf Club. The newsmen 1'A'ho fly in with him report all they I "in learn of his activities, whether Tone Seeking £63,666 for fight Injuries LOS ANGELES (IP)— Aetor Pran- chot Tone seeks $63.666.66 In insurance compensation for "accidental" injuries received on the day of his celebrated first fight for the love of .actress Barbara Payton. •Tone's suit does not, however, mention the brawl he lost to actor Tom Neal, which put him in a hospital for facial repairs. And although Tone won the girl, it was only temporary. Miss Payton divorced him a lev/ months after their marriage. The fight was Sept. 14, 1951. the. day concerned In the suit Tone filed yesterday against Lloyd's of London. ji, The complaint said only that on that day Tone "sustained bodily injury caused by accidental, violent and visible means." He claims he suffered facial disfigurement and impairment of his voice, permanently interfering with his actors work. The claim is based on a 1948 $100.000 accident policy. Tone says he filed a claim last May 8 but on ', the ground the injuries were not accidental Tooth Brush Removed ' ' ASCOLI PICENO, Italy (/?)— Doctors removed a full-sized toothbrush yesterday from the stomach of a woman here. She said she Just accidentally swallowed it while brush- Ing her teeth. In West Biytheville Show Starts :A\ eekdays 7 :00 Sat. Sun 1 :00 Always A Double Feature S lllURS - FR1 Double Feature 2 Reel Comedy NEW MANILA, ARK. "Your Community Center" By Refrigeration Air Conditioned Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 LAST TIMES TONfTE FRIDAY SATURDAY "RETURN OF THE TEXAN" Dale Robertson _~ SAT7OWL SHOW "PRIVATE SNUFFY SMITH' " . Edgar Kennedy It's a major statement or appointment or his score for a round of golf. But, by and large, the President's visits are taken in stride by official Augusta and Its overflowing population. There are three major reasons: 1. The expressed purpose of his visits Is golf—plus some relaxation from presidential duties. 2. The Augusta National is a private retreat, catering exclusively to its approximately 200 members. 3. Augusta already has its hands full with the influx of population from the Savannah River plant the Atomic Energy Commission is building a few miles away in South Carolina. Not Even the Church Not even Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church, where the President and first lady worship during their visits, has experienced any great effect. When the Eisennowers come to Augusta—accompanied by a platoon of Secret Service agents— they go into seclusion at the Augusta National site of the annual Masters Golf Tournament. So far the President has occupied the neat, white frame cottage of Bob Jones, Atlanta's grand slam golfer and president of the National. The cottage; a few hundred yards from the main clubhouse, overlooks the 18th green. An architect now is .working on plans for a new cottage. It will be the property of the club, but will be offered the President for his use during visits here. Security measures are left to the Secret Service guardians but the club is erecting a high wire fence around the 365-acre grounds. "We are doing this both to insure more privacy for our members as well as a security measure for the President," said Clifford Roberts, a club official. Abductor's Thrist Brings Arrest • MEXICO CITY; (/F] — A Mexico City mother has her kidnaped baby back safe todav, thanks to the abductor's powerful thirst—and sub- senuent hangover. Secret service agents explained it thus: Several clays ago a nurse kidnaped a 13-month-old- girl entrusted to her care. She planned to keep the infant, but Wednesday night she got drunk. Yesterday she wanted money to buy more drinks to ease her hangover. To raise the money, she offered the baby for sale in a local market for 30 pesos (S3.45). Two secret service agents heard of the offer, arrested the nurse and returned the baby to her mother. DELL —THEATER—J Dell, Arkansas Box Office Open 6:45 LAST TIMES TONITE "THE DEVIL MAKES THREE" ALSO CARTOON FRIDAY & SATURDAY 'Horizon's West' Robt. Ryan - Julia Adams • CARTOON & SERIAL ••••••••••••*••••••••••• RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIMES TONITE "BEWARE MY LOVELY" Robert Ryan - Ida Lupino FRIDAY 'BREAKING THE SOUND BARRIER' Ralph Richardson Ann Todd SATURDAY "BATTLING MARSHALL" Sunset Carson SAT. OWL SHOW "WHITE LIGHTNING Stanley Clements HOW OLD BALDY COT BALD—The Korean ammunition "shortage" is not apparent in this picture of a pile of shell cases left by one 105-mm howitzer battery—four suns—which was firing during an enemy attack on Old Balcly in" Korea. Small wonder there's no vegetation left on the hill. City Manager Needed, Dewey Tells New Yorkers NEW YORK UP)—Gov. Thomas E. Dewey says a city manager form of government is the "one great ray of hope" for New York City, now in another of its recurring financial crises. "This is the hope for a better, a cleaner, a safer and sounder city of New York," he adds. "It is important to the eight million who live in the city. It is important to the state, to the nation and to the world." The Republican governor reiterated his proposal for a city manager for the predominantly Democratic city last night in a speech which was carried by television and radio. Dewey* assailed the manner In which Mayor Vincent R. Impellit- teri's administration has handled city finances, and declared: "The condition of this city cries out for really competent management by people who want to render good service for less money and who know how to do it. I believe the way to get' it is to amend the charter by vote of the people of our city —this year, I hope." The governor toot to the air to answer criticisms by local officials of the De\ve>*-sponsored program adopted by the GOP-controlled legislature to handle some of the city's financial problems. He accused top city officials of "fiscal fraud." Court Didn't Stop This Pick Pocket NEW DELHI (fP)— Ratan Lai, on trial here for attempted murder, complained to the judge trat a fellow prisoner picked his pocket as he waited to testify. Detectives produced, together, Ratan Lai's money and Vijey Kumar, also under trial. The original charge against Kumar: picking pockets: Visiting Firemen Have Warm Time MONTGOMERY. Ala. (#)—It was a warm day here for the visiting firemen here yesterday. While fire chiefs from GO Alabama communities held their state convention, separate blazes broke out in homes just across the streets from two fire stations. The second fire badly damaged th residence of John A. Stringer, a fireman. India Gives Kashmir Aid NEW DELHI (fP) — Isolated La- dakh the'strategic area of disputed Kashmir bordering Communist- held Tibet, will get a $231,000 face- lifting under a new Indian government development program. The government planning commission announced a three-year improvement scheme including irrigation projects, village handicrafts, agriculture reforms, and establishment of health facilities India maintains an armed forces outpost and the highest airfield In the world near Ladakh's Himalayan capital, Leh. The area has assumed strategic importance since Red China moved into western Tibet. Under the development program, mineral wealth of the region such as sulphur and borax will be surveyed. Anopolis Books For Nationalists TAIPEH (/F) — The Chinese Nationalist navy has received 21 boxes of textbooks as gifts from the U.S. Naval Academy graduating class of 1852 and the U.S. Naval Institute. The gifts, weighing five tons, were presented by Cmdr. Roland Kenney, U.S. assistant naval attache, who said: "The United States and Free China have a common bond against Communism and In the cause of peace." Jury's Verdict In Civil Case Each tipped the Kales at a little more than four pounds. They will ho kept In tnoUbators until they gain weight. Mrs. Uriimmett has been staying hero with her mother and step-father since her husband. William, 22, was stationed at an Army post In Maryland. WILSON NEWS liy MRS. B. F. BOVLES Bridge Chib Meets Mrs. J. J. Bussey entertained her bridge club at her home Thursday evening. Lilac, iris and red rose buds were used in decorations in the entertaining room. In the evening's bridge game, following a dessert course, Mrs. Jerry Cullom won high. Mrs. Wallace Thompson, second and Miss Annie Rae Rowland, brldgo. The traveling prize went to Mrs. Joe Brown Gwyn. 1'ersonals Miss Norina Anderson of St. Louis spent the Easter holidays with her mother, Mrs. Barda Anderson, and brother, Dwlght Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Floyd of Beloit, Wis., were the week end guests of his parents, Mr. and S.;r.s. W. T. Floyd. Week end «u«to of Mr, and Mrn. Stanley Fierce and their family were Mr. Ptorce'a parents, Mr. and Mr«. D. N. Plerco, nnd sisters, Mr». James Gurber and Mrs. Gordon Cook, Mr. Cook and their daughter, Debra, all of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wheeler and daughter, Glenda, .had as their week end guests Mr. and Mrs. Paul Driver, Jr., and sons, Ronnie and Joe, of Turrell, Mrs. Annie Mae Driver of Osceola and Miss Shirley Ann Driver, a student at Ball State College at Mun- cle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard S. Wooten, Jr., of Millington and Ray Woolen, a student at State College at Starkvllle, Miss., spent the Easter holidays with their parents. Warren Kllburn and son, Clay, attended the Holiday on Ice presentation in Memphis last Thursday night. Miss Doris Lou Smith spent the week end with her family in Paris, Ark. Mrs. John Emrick, Jr., of Tyronza is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Bowen, and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Davis and daughter, Diane, have returned to their home In Pontlac. Mich., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis and daughters, Pain and Sammye Sue. PAGE ELEVRM Mri. Charles Harwell spent th* week end with her mother, Mr«. Qeorgo WUson, and sisters, Mri. Randolph Davltts and Mr. D»v- Uts, and Mrs. Edgar Dalley, Mr. Dnlley and their daughter, Dorothy Marie, at Moorehead, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Maury Upton and daughter, Vickie, spent Easter Sunday with Mr. Upton's 87-year- old grandmother, Mrs. B. B. Oooch, at Halls, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Parker 6owen and sons spent Sunday with her motH- er, Mrs. James Bird, In Pocahon- tns. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and children of Osceola accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Perry and lamily had as their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Barney Heuring and daughter, Shirley Ann, of St. Louis and Mrs. William Perry of Illmo, Mo. Among tho college, students home for Easter were Bob Amundson, Missouri School of Mines, Rolla; Charles Standefer. University of Arkansas; Lewell McAfee, Henderson State College, Arkadelphia; Martha Traylor, Mississippi Southern, Hattlei- burg; Jim Deer and Sara Elklns, Hendrlx College, Conway: Edwin Webb, Little Rock Junior College; Carolyn Lynch, Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss.; Joanne Oullom, Vanderbilt University; Miss Nancy Craln, Miss Hutchinson's School in Memphis. . HOT SPRINGS m — A Los Angeles, Calif., N(";ro attorney rays he ! will appeal a federal jury decision ' dismissing his $105.000 clainnge suil against Arkansas Motor Coaches. I. H. Spears asked a $1(10,000 judgment against the bus company In his suit here which charged racial discrimination and violation oi civil rights. The jury yesterday ruled In favor of the company. j Spears said if Federal Judge John ', E. Miller denied his appeal he would take the tfftse to "the highest court in the land." ' The attorney said he was forced ; to move from a front seat of an j AMA bus to a backseat at Hot Springs while en route from Los Angeles to New Orleans. He also asked $5,030 damages for being deprived of dining facilities for two days at Hot Springs bus terminals. Judge Miller told the jurors to dlsmirs similar complaints against the Trans-Continental Bus System and Santa Fee Trailways. Girl, 12, Gives Birth to Twins KUSSELLVILLE, Kv. I/P) — It's twin boys for Mrs. Myrtle Brummett, who is "tickled to death" to be a mother at the age of 12. Her new family — Donald and Ronald, both brunets — arrived Monday at Legnn County Hospital. MINNOWS from Ozark Fish Hatchery Also Roaches & Worms 24 Hour Service LUTES' S, Highway Ph. 4869 ONTHESPOTREPOR ABOUT EARLY TIMES - EVERY OUNCE A MAN'S WHISKY NOW-AMEMCA'S LEADM& PREMtm STMIGHT WHISKY! * $5.52 4/5 qh It's every ounce a man's whisky. 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