The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 2, 1956 · Page 12
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rAOBTWXLTB BLTTHBTILLB (ARK.) COURIER OTBW1 FRIDAY, MARCH I, MW Business Expected To Be an Issue In Presidential Race By SAM DAWSON £TEW YORK (APj ~ Business rather expects to ba one of the many issues in the presidential campaign. The entusiasm voiced by m..n top industrialists and financie over President Eisenhower's cision to run again sounded mos Jr one note: Jt would bolster bus ness confidence. The business leaders appean to accept the belief widely held rightly or wrongly—that this is "businessman's administration." Opponents of the administr; tion may be expected to step i _their charges—right or wrong- that Washington's policies of th last three years have tended favor the interests of business, make "big business" bigger an to make competition rough f< small business. Sensitive Business has been increasing! sensitive about its position ar about public opinion in the la 20 years or so. Particularly sine World War 'n, business leader have tried hard to "get the bus ness story across"—to mate th rank and file of the citizenry un derstand that healthy busines meant a generally healthy nation that business wasn't a wholly se fish thing but had the genera welfare at heart too. Business leaders realize tha the present businesfi setup wa put for a test when several top leaders of business moved inb leading posts in Washington threi yeans ago and announced that thi climate for business would be fa vorable. EquaJ Weight Industrialists are quick to give to this a good deal of the credit for the good times that blossomed last year—doubters think that many other factors had equal or greater weight in turning the re- cessfott into a boom. Industrialists who believe that the prosperous tunes show what business can do when given a freer hand fet lest something jolt confidence, turn the economy downward and sour the electorate. Most of them realize all the IN THE CHANCERT COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Bama Spencer, Pltf. vs. No. 13,227 James Roy Spencer, DJt. WARNING ORDER The defendant. James Roy Spen- cei, it hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Bazas Spencer. Dated this 23rd day of February, 1956. SEAL QERALD1NE LISTON, Clerk Wm. S. Rader, Atty. for Pltf. James M. Gardner, Attorney ad Litem. 2/24-3/2-9-16 other factors making for upwarc or downward turns of the business cycle. Most know that other issues will be hotly debated during- the political campaign and may capture more of the public's interest. But many expect that as the campagin progresses there will be debates on which is better for the nation, an attitude of "be kind to business" or one of "police business plns»ly Ipcf U g*-°rt too big a share." Panama Gives Peron Permit PANAMA W)—Argentina's former dictator-president Juan D. Peron has received a special residence permit from Panama. He was warned it can be lifted if he mixes in politics. Authorities said Peron, who was evicted from the U.S.-owned Hotel Washington at Colon last week, has been declared a political refugee under Panama's recognition of the right of asylum. Federal Civil Payroll Jumps WASHINGTON Wi—The federal lovermnent's civilian payroll in- reased by 3,464 in January to reach total of 2,346,691, the Senate- louse Committee on Nonessentiai Expenditures said yesterday. Sen. Byrd D-Va.. committee bairman, said this was the first lonthly increase since last August. Major increases were reported or the Post Office, Treasury, Ag- culture and Interior departments. ivilian employment in the mlitary ;encies declined 2,01-7 between De- ember and January, Byrd said. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS 'endell W. Keel, Pltf. vs. No. 13,230 ella Raye Reel, Dft. The defendant, Delia Raye Reel, hereby warned to appear within iirty days in the court named in ,s caption hereof and answer the omplaint of the plaintiff, Wendell r. Reel. Dated this 1st day of March, 956. EAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. 'ercy A. Wright, Atty. 3/2-9-16-23 NOTICE Let us make your clothes like new with our new MYCEL CLEANING SYSTEM Each garment cleaned and resized, personally inspected by Boyce Moore, manager and supervisor In this Advertising Campaign, $1,000 worth of Dry Cleaning will be given away absolutely free. Nothing to buy, no obligation, our advertising manager will con- tact lucky numbers by telephone. Listen For Your Phone Each Day! PEERLESS CLEANERS Boyce Moore & Curtis Freeman, Co-owners Phone 2-2433 RENT: FLASH CAMERAS MOVIE CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movit Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE MM W. Main Ph. I-H4T ILUXORA NEW< By MRS. PAUL HAYES Mr. and Mrs. John Martin of Caruthersville, Mo., were weekend guests of their daughter, Mrs Charles Howard, and Afr. Howard. Miss Nora Ami Jackson of Arkansas State College spent Monday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson. .Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dillard and family and Mr, and Mrs. Howard Clark and Howard, Jr., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dillard of Tupelo, Miss. Miss Eunice Shinn of Russellville. Ark., was a weekend guest of Miss Edith McDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood visited their daughter, Mrs. T. W. Butler, Mr. Butter and children in Harrisburg Sunday. Mrs. Bill Henry of Hughes, Ark., was a recent guest of Mrs. Celia Williams and Mrs. C. B. McOar- rity. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rozell and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen went to Favetteville where Mr. and Mrs. Rozell visited their daughter, Ann Ashley, who is attending University fo Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen went on to, Bentonville to visit her sister, Mrs. Josephine Jackson. Cub Scouts met at the home of Mr and Mrs. Charles Howard Thursday. Mrs. Howard is mother of the den. Luxora Home Demonstration :iub met in the home of Mrs. J. D. Den. Twelve members, one new member, Mrs. Gerald Chafin, and one guest, Mrs. Louis Gist, were present. Mrs. C. E. Lucas presided dur- ug the business meeting with Mrs lew giving the devotional follow- in? group singing. Roll call was answered with low to make use of pin money. Mrs. W. E. Head gave a demon"ration on home management. Mrs. E. C. Skeen was winner of fie door prize. The hostess served individual cakes and iced drinks. Women's Society of Christian Service of Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs. W. E. Head with 10 members present. Mrs. Logan Rozelle presided and Mrs. Hattie Permenter gave the RELIEF AT LAST ForYourCOUGH If a common cold left you with a cough that has hung on for days and days act quick. It is dangerous to delay. Chronic bronchitis may develop. 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Smith with 10 members present. Mrs. Freeman Robinson, nutrl- iionist of the Health Unit in Blytheville, presented a health film. compile reports on tba ttloei ttu were accomplished by th* OMIOO the past year. Training Union Department Baptist Church entertained th Rev. James Riherd with • su prise birthday party Friday nigh .in the recreation room of th church. Games were played during th evening and refreshments of birth day cake and iced drinks wer served. PLUTO'S MOVEMENTS Pluto, with an estimated dlam eter of 3500 miles, travels abou the sun at a speed of 3.9 mile per second. It lies about 3,666,000 000 miles from the sun. at Mead's The Only Exclusive Men's Store in Mississippi County Luxora Community Improvement I Council met Friday afternoon at he agriculture building.. Committees were appointed to PINKY LEE'S Wearherbird Shoes Fit Correctly. HEUER'S DR. J. 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