The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 19, 1955 · Page 3
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•SATURDAY, IfOTEMBER 19, lfl«8 BLTTHETILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THRB1 $7.5 Million Borrowed By State Colleges For Additional Housing WASHINGTON (AP) — Arkansas colleges have borrowed more than 1(4 million dollars from Uncle Sam to bulid housing for increasing numbers of students. And the Housing and Home Finance Agency, which handles the college loan program, says the total undoubtedly will increase, since Congress this year provided that loans now can be made also for dining, health and other facilities. Arkansas scholos have received loans as follows: Ouachita Baptist College, two totaling $315.000; Arkansas AM&N. .%—!'a,???: Henderson State Teachers College, 8375,000, and Hendrix College. $300,000. Ouachita College's first loan of $75.000 Was for housing for 48 men students. Its second loan of $300,000 was for housing for 100 men students. The loan to AM&N was for hous- Missouri to Get Powder Plant ing- for 128 men and 124 women students: to Henderson, for vacil- ities for 30 student families and 10 faculty members; to Hendrix, housing for 100 men students. In amending the program this year, Congress also reduced the interest rate from 3to per cent to 23.', per cent and boosted the maximum loan period from 40 to 50 years. "Don't get thft idea that these colleges are strapped for money and have to come to the govern merit," said a spokesman for the housing agency. "Most colleges borrow money to build dormitories. They now are borrowing from the government because private banks can't match the 2 J /j per cent interest rate." Ford Fund LOUISIANA. Mo. I*—Officials of j A \f\ the Hercules Powder Co., have an-1 n "* nounced the contract for building foundations for the six million dollar pentaertythritol plant here has LITTLE ROCK If) — The Ford Foundation Fund for the Advancement of Education will give limited been let. H. B. Champion of the^ Hercules j [inancial ald to help 15 Arkansas ha^arrived to'supervise" construe-' colleges make a self-evaluation of a tion of the foundation work, expect- Ueacher education experiment spon- ed to start next week. The work screa W Ehe tund will be done by the Willard Con- The announcement was made at struction Co I New York Thursday by Dr. Phillips Hercules occupies the facilities and grounds of the former bureau of mines synthetic fuel-from-coal H. Combs of New York, fund secretary. The experiment calls for a gener- plant. The plant originally Was the | al course of study during under- Missourl Ordinance Works, which I graduate work for prospective produced ammonia for use in mak-1 teachers, and then a fifth year of ing explosives during World War II. study including actual teaching. "BUCHENWALO JESUS" - This newly finished statue of. a crucified Christ was inspired by emaciated survivors of Buchenwald, the infamous Nazi concentration camp. Bulgarian-born sculptor, Assen Peikov, inspects his work in Rome, Italy. He calls the bronze statue th'e "Buchenwald Jesus." FOR THE COURIER NEWS IN CARUTHERSVILLE Contact Sonny Sanders Ph. 604 804 W«t Sixth St. THE HEAD (PUMPKIN, THAT IS) OF THE FAMILY—"Mrs. Pumpkin Head" introduces her husband, who seems too loaded down with cider to say "Hello " They are part of a Halloween display on 'the lawn of the Elmer White home in Cleveland, Ohio. Each year since 1953 the Whites have delighted youngsters and adults with the colorful display. A spotlight turns the lawn into a Christmas-like scene at night. Mrs. White, who got the idea,"out of my own little head;" says the trick-or-treal crowd likes the display so they skip her house when out for devilish pranks. CAA Once Suspended Peninsular Airlines for Code Violations WASHINGTON W —'The Civil Aeronautics Adminitsration said yesterday that in August it temporarily suspended operations of Penr insular Air Transport Co. on 37 complaints involving such things as overloading planes and working pi- WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Josie P. Hatchel, Pltf. ' vs. No. 13,139 Clyde Hatchel, Dft. The. defendant, Clyde Hatchel, is hereby warned to appear within thirty day? in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Josie P. Hatchel. Dated this 26th day of October, 1955. SEAL ! 13-Foot Shark ! Nearly too Much | For Skindiver lots excessively long hours. One of Peninsular's planes crashed at Seattle yesterday with a loud of OIs homeward bound from the Far East. The CAA spokesman said allega- __^ lions against Peninsular included j tie landed his quarry. SANTA MONICA, Calif. Ufl — A veteran Skindiver encountered a 13- foot, 9-inch shark near the shore Thursday and after a I'/i-hour bat- failure to overhaul aircraft and its parts at required times. He said the Civil Aeronautics Board now is hearing the complaints at Miami. Fla. The CAB has authority to suspend or revoke a company's operating authority. Tlie spokesman added the CAA lifted the suspension after two The basking shark — a misnomer in this case, it appears — weighed in at 1,400 pounds, the skindiver, Bob Lorenz, 36, oE Venice, Calif., reported. Here's his tale: Swimming underwater, Lorenz met- the shark, fired two darts, itriking the creature fore and afi. weeks because an investigation in- i rne diver brought steel cables af- dicated Peninsular was "able and flxed to the darts to the surface and willta" to conduct proper opera- i P |a 5-ed the shark from a friend's FBI Holding Arkansas Man For Bank Robbery in Oregon LITTLE ROCK (W— The FBI yesterday announced the arrest of a man charged with a $57,000 bank lobbevy near Portland, Ore. A. M. Bryant, FBI agent in charge here, identified him as Tilmon B. Benson, 39. Bryant said he was picked up at De Queen, Ark., yesterday. Bryant said Benson is accused of Author Is Fined, Sentenced For His Silence WASHINGTON tf) — Author Harvey O'Connor was fined $500 and given a one-year suspended jail sentence yesterday for refusing to say whether he was a Communist when he wrote books used in U. S. overseas libraries. O'Connor told tJ. S. Dist. Judge Joseph C. McGarraghy he felt "the real reason I am here in court today is because I wrote books." He added that he regards the First Amendment as "the crux of this case." That amendment makes the guarantees at free speech and free press. Before imposing sentence, the judge ruled O'Connor was guilty of contempt of Congress for refusing to tell Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) whether he was a member of the "Communist conspiracy" when he wrote the books later used by the TJ. S. Information Service in libraries abroad. , McCarthy at the time headed the Senate Investigations subcommittee. being one of the two men who held up the Inland Empire Bank at Umatilla. Ore., on last Aug. 22 and escaped with t57,515. He said Benson had lived at Tex- arkanji, Ark.-Tex., and at Grandview, Wash. Benson, whose occupation Bryant did not know, was to be arraigned later today before a U. S. commissioner at Texarkana, Bryant said the U. S. attorney at Portland had filed a complaint against Benson and had requested that bond be fixed at $100,000. The bank was protected by federal deposit insurance, making its robbery a federal offense. Bryant would not say what led the FBI to suspect Benson in the robbery. Ike Donation Is Returned DENVER tin — The WO which flv* Rogers, Ark., businessmen wired to Fitzsimons Army Hospital here to Uelp pay President Eisenhower'i hospital bill has been returned with a polite note of thanks. Hospital officials said the President paid his bill before leaving tha hospital. He was charged only for his meals while recuperating from 3 heart attack. Kirby Drug Store $750 For Your Old I ELECTRIC RAZOR on a new Remington, Sehkfc, Sunbeam, Ronson or Norcle* STARTED PAHTY Thomas Jefferson, leader of the Anti-Federalists, resigned from Washington's Cabinet in 1798 and started his own political party. His followers were Democratic-Republicans, which are the present-day Republicans. boat. The shark took the boat a mile and a half to sea before Lorenz was able to loop a tow line around him, halt his mad dash and bring him back to port. tiohs." He said if the suspension had not been lifted the company probably would have been forced out of bus- ( iness without a hearing. He said ! CAA did not have authority to make but can halt GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk, i permanent suspension, By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. operations for up to 30 days in an Claude P. Cooper, atty. for pltf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad. litem. 10/29-11/5-12-19 emergency. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Willie B. Lucas, Pltf. vs. No. 13,140 Betty Lucas, Dft. The defendant, Betty Lucas, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Willie B. Lucas. Dated this 26th day of October, 1955 SEAL GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Claude P. Cooper, atty. for pftf. Ed B, Cook, atty. ad. litem. 10/29-11/5-12-10 WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! H U B BARD HARDWARE SAVE UP TO on Auto Insurance It (joys to knew your STATE FARM Agent FRED T. RATLIFF 1018 Spruce Ph. 3-8039 Blythevillc, Ark. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE ft Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre Dr. Charles L. Craig Dentist Announces the Removal of His Office to 526 Chickasawba OFFICE HOURS: Daily—8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. Wed. & Sat.—8:30 A.M. to 12 P.M. Telephone 3-6881 TONIGHT 10:30 p.m. •MON. «TUE.S Van Heflin, portraying Luke Fargo, a woman- chasin", horse-riicin', hell-raisin' man, returns from the Civil Vi'ar with an inner call to preaching. Fighting the opposition of a town and women that won't let him reform, Luke estali.shes a parish church and marries Joanne Woodw;ird, his gun-tot in' ward. CINEMASCOPE .« toann- W008MRD . f M CftREV • „„„,„ i, mi MOM . FWWM n ra> lowm • » For actu-s. p.ilns, cuts, Drulic*. o H t n fc caliis. ftra'iaches nites and stlacs, iry / Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment ,„„,,.„ .„,„„,., C. G. SMITIJ PRODUCTS CO. G. 0. POETZ OIL C FUEL OIL u l Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Visit Ccnny's Conoco Service, Ash & Division A NEW ADDITION TO OUR SERVICE FOR THIS COMMUNITY DELTA PROPANE CO. Gas Appliances Gas Installation Tractor Conversion Phone For Free Estimates! R. C. FARR & SONS Distributors PHILLIPS "66 PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Furancc Oils — Kerosene — Gasoline — HD Motor Oil "Serving This Area For 25 Years V "iRrJ' |(tn s - Kii'lrnnd, Ulytheville. Ark. DR. GEORGE W. VERNON Dentist Dental Office Now Open in Lynch Building HOURS: Mon. thru Fri. 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 Noon Telephone PO 3-4351 Blytheville, Arkansat GEM THEATRE "Osceo/o's finest" • Saturday Late Show >SUN. •MON. •TUEJ. 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