The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1954 · Page 11
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WHDNBBDAT, ffUTBMUHK 8, BLTnOTILLH (ARK.) OCHJRSW WBW» Senate Talk-Fest Coming Up Area's College WillTopClamorousCampaign Students Active By JAMES MAKLOW WASHINGTON (AP) — Get ready for some real talking that may last till Christmas. The scorching campaign oratory, which ended with yesterday's elections, may sound like giggles in a girls' finishing school when compared with what lies ahead. into insignificance" when the Dixon-Yates dispute gets going, At this point most forecasts indicate McCarthy is going to be censured. No matter what the outcome, the debate will serve to pull McCarthy out of the comparative oblivion in which he retired, or was retired, during most of the election campaign. It was pretty apparent this was one campaign which Republican party strategists wanted McCarthy to sit out. He had planned some speeches but canceled them. He could make good use of his time preparing for the debate ahead. It looks like a lulu. These past few weeks of McCarthy silence were the strangest In his life since that night in Febru- Y ,„ ary 1950 when he first got a grip D-Y Top Dispute Jon the headlines with his charges In fact, Langer says the McCar-, of Communists in the State Dethy censure problem may "shrink | partment, The Senate now plunges Into two of the bitterest, and perhaps the -noisiest, wrangles of 1954. Starting tomorrow the Senate- House Atomic Energy Committee begins hearings on the'Dixon-Yates proposal to feed private power into the lines of the Tennessee Valley Authority. And on Monday the full Senate opens debate on the motion to censure Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis). Sen. Kerr (D-Okla> predicts the Senate may spend the rest of the year arguing that one. It's an argument which may be interrupted for a full-blown debate on the power question, according to Sen. Langer (R-ND), chairman of a subcommittee which already has held some hearings on Dixon- 1955WESTINGHOUSE 21"TY-'169 95 The Denham, Mod.l 867T2I New low price for 21"Table Model Come in and see famous Westinghotise picture and performance quality now. Get this big- screen table TV and save. Smart $ n brown simulated leather finish. Prlcei Include fed. Tax gnd full-year warranty on plctur* hlbt WILSON'S TV & RADIO SERVICE 114 S. 1st— Ph. 3-4237 Nothing that happened afterward —until this fall—kept him out of the headlines. He practically monopolized them last spring at the public hearings on his fight with Army officials. Before those hearings ended, Sen. Flanders (R-Vt) demanded punishment for McCarthy. For a while that was just Flanders talking. Eventually, others joined forces with him. The Senate created a special committee to consider censure charges. Subdued McCarthy made the headlines again, although now he seemed subdued, during the censure hearings. But when those hearings ended and the special committee recommended censure, McCarthy retired into the background. Since his political life may be at state, McCarthy can be expected to give the censure debate all he has. Under the Dixon-Yates contract ordered by Elsenhower, the Atomic Energy Commission would buy power from that private utility group for delivery to the TVA at Memphis. This power, to be supplied by a 107-million-dollar plant built at West Memphis, Ark., would be used by TVA to replace a like amount 'of power TVA supplies to atomic plants. Critics have contended the private power would cost the government more than the same electricity if supplied by TVA. They argue it may be an entering wedge to destroy TVA. The Eisenhower administration says the proposal is a reasonable and practical way of supplying power to the area. LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Probate Code Sec. 152 notice is given that accounts of the administration of the estates listed below have been filed, on the dates shown, by the named personal representatives. All interested persons are called on to file objections to such accounts on or before the sixtieth day following the filing of the respective accounts, failing which they will be barred forever from excepting to the account. No. 2215. Estate of Fielder Peery. deceased. First and final report filed by Fern Peery on October I/ 1954. No. 2218. Estate of Carlos J. Kegley, deceased. First and final report of C. B. Klene filed October 11, 1954. No. 2233. Estate of Bmery Edmond Loveland, deceased. Final account of Lon Matthews filed October 12, 1954. No. 2183. Estate of Daisy Green, deceased. First and final report of R. H. Green filed October 29, 1954. Witness my hand and seal this the 1st day of November, 1954. SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, County & Probate Clerk. By RUTH C. BESS, D. C. A PHIUIPS EXCLUSIVE! FOR YOUR CAR-th« only gaselina to which it added the super aviation fuel component Di-isopropyl. Di-isopropyl and HF Alkylate are two fuel components so valuable to smooth motor performance that until recently they were restricted by government order for use exclusively in high performance aircraft gasoline. But now authorities have removed the restrictions and these powerful components can be used in fuel for your car. FLITE-FUEL brings you more power, higher anti-knock, longer mileage. You also benefit from the clean burning qualities foe which Phillips 66 Gasoline is famous. Get FLrrE-FuEL at stations where you see the orange and black Phillips 66 Shield. NEW OIL CAN REDUCE WEAR 40% Compared to ordinary motor oils, new TROP-ARTIC All-Weather Motor Oil can double engine life. It can cut oil consumption 15% to 45%. It keeps pistons cleaner. It extends gasoline mileage. Get new TROP-ARTIC Motor Oil for year around engine protection, PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPAKY SEI YOUR PHILLIPS 66 DEALER DISTRIBUTED IN BLYTHEVILLE AREA BY R. C. FARR & SONS Distributors Phillips Pttrelcum Products Misseo, Scmo Youngsters Get Some Honors Students from Mississippi County and Southeast Missouri are engaged In many varied activities nt colleges throughout the U. S. Receiving awards for ranking in :he upper 10 percent of their mili- ary science class at Arkansas State College at Jonesboro were he following students, Houston Sarner of Lepanto: Billy Bert Mayo, Cecil Ashabranner, Jack Halstead, all of Blytheville; Billy Davidson and James Bourland. both of Manila; John Robertson and Robert Benson, both of Ken- lett, Mo.; Robert Cantrell, Gary Wilson and Rice Lee Van Ausdall. all of Caruthersville. Cadet Officeri Named cadet officers in the Army ROTC at Mississippi State Col- ege, Miss., were J. L. Lucius and 3. A. Kinnlngham, both of Blytheville, who were named cadet mas- :er sergeants. Leo A. Duclos of Osceola has been initiated into the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity while Bob Childress of Blytheville was one of the 11 new men added to the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity pledge class at the University of Araknsas at Fayetteville. Roy I. Smith, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Boy I. Smith of Manila, Route 1, has been appointed to cadet colonel to head the Air Force ROTC students at the University of Southern California. A member of the varsity football team, he Is a veteran of four years In the Navy and In his Junior year, majoring In physical education. Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Only one building permit was issued by the city engineer lusi week It was received by Robert Brown lor the construtctlon of a $301) ono- room residence at 1816 Washington. Rcnl estate transfers recorded In the olfice of the circuit clerk last week: Ixinnie and Matiie Judge to J. L. O'Sceen and Alice Qraber, for $10 and cither consideration, Lot 3, Block 1, J. L. O'Steen Addition. Ellis and Jewell Wheeler to E. L. and Ruth Hale, for $31.500. a half of SE quarter. Sec. 35-T16N-B11E. Jerome and Murie Brownson to NOTICE OF NEW ESTATES ON WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN COMMENCED Notice is hereby given that the following Is a list of estates on which Letters Testamentary or of Administration were granted during the month of October. 195-1 with the date of the issuance of the let ters and the name and address of the administrator or executor: No. 2265. Estate of Donnle D. Austin, deceased. Letters of Administration issued to Mercantile Bank. Jonesbovo, Arkansas, on October 4, 1054. No. 2269. Estate of 0. W. fta- mey, deceased. Letters testamentary issued to Grace M. Ramey. Blytheville, Arkansas, October 27, 1054. Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk this the 1st day of November, 1954. ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, County Sr Probate Clerk. By RUTH C. BESS, D. C. Boo, Inp., for (16,000, X il M. of Lot 1 and N 118 ft. of E. Half of Lot 3, Block A. Hoarri Second Addition. George and Delrna Wiggs, to Percy and Lilly Wright, for 110 nnd other consideration, Lot 14, Block 6, Elliott Addition. R. S. and Cecilia Harris to W. E. and Mary Hocan. for $10 and other consideration, 8 acres In Sec. 17- T15N-R13E. Wnde and Emily Christine Blakemore to Delia Alexander, for $3.175. Lot 12 and 13, Block C, Barron- Lllly Addition. Three States Lumber Co. to Henry and Ruby Perkins, for $1 and other, consideration. N half of S half of NW quarter of Sec. 15T14N- R1OE. O. S. and Kiilu Rollison to Will find Louise Murphy, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 12. Block 9, Elliott Addition. Elbert and Marlha Alley to Earl and Verticil Slaughter, for $10 and olher consideration, a lot GO by MO ft. In NK quarter of SW quarter of Sec. 10-T15N-R11E. Miutie Fella to J. W. and Bess Sanders, for $8.300. 44.5 acres In SW quarter, Sec. 1S-R14N-R8B. Mark Butler to Walter Davis, for $1.0000. all lot (i. Block M. Second replat of J. C. Pride-Gateway Subdivisions. Jim and Ida Griffin to Louie and Joe Phillips, For $500. Lot fl. irregular lots In Sec. 27-T16N-R11E. Adlie anil Edith Brycims to Troy and Alpha Parish, for Sio and other consideration. Lot 3, Block 30. ISlythe Addition. Airs. Minnie T. Chambers to James «nd Ploretla Eiilng. for $10 Block 5, H. L. Chambers second Addition. Susan Moore lo 3. B., and Jijn- ie Adams, for'$225, 1/>I 25. Block 10, W. W. Holllpoter' Second Addition. Sophie Meyers and Hannah Simon to Charles and Anna Phillips for $10 and olher consideration Lot 3 and W half Lot 2, Block IS, Ohio- kasawba Addition. An M«dWn» to Kttt tot QUdy- Thomru, for $3,900, 8 half, Lot 1, Oreonway Addition. Chamber of Commerce to Pepsi lola Bottling Oo. of Blytheville, for $362, 552 by 36 ft. lot on East side of Elm Street. Harry and Ems White to Imo- ;cne Trumble, for »4,500, Lot 4, Block 10. Davis Brothers Subdivision. Lloyd and Jane Qodley to W. L. and Diamond Dvre, for $10 and other consideration, 9.5 acre* in E. half Sec. 30-T14N-R9E. Hay and Norma Ashbranner to J. B. Brown, for $0,000, a lot 208 by 208 ft. in Sec. 31-T15N-H9E. Norrls and Myrtle Green to D. B. and Donnio Sharp, for $2,000, E 52 ft. of Lot «, Blook », Nelson Addition Leachvlllt. WAITM D*»t to* row ft a kriek BOB'S GYPSY RUB LINIMENT SO MUCH MORE FOR SO MUCH LESS PARTS SERVICE SNOW TRACTOR co. Jock Webb, M. D. Announces the Removal of his offices from the Lynch Building to th« new EYE CLINIC 520 W. Main Practice Limited to the Eye and E.N.T. Office Hour.i 9 to 5 Dally Except Thursday Afternoons and by Appointment ...the qMlity bourbon thaf s turnin price If you like the best in bourbon, you no longer have to pay « penalty for yonr good taste. Ancient Age has dramatically reversed today's picture by towering its price. 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