The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1955 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Soviet Wedge in Afghanistan- Chiefs Spearhead Ruble War The forthcoming visit of Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganln and Communist Party Boss Nikita S. Khruslichev during their current tour of Asian countries is but one more move in Moscow's speeded-up drive lo penetrate the Middle East. Afghanistan, historic gateway to the Indian subcontinent, lies on the eastern edge of the West's Middle Eatsern defense chain. Hordes of Soviet technicians have been in Afghanistan working on some 13 million dollars' worth of development projects. Wi*t worries Western statesmen is not so much tiie amount of Soviet money going into Afghanistan, but the fact that the Communists are getting a toehold In a country that had been taken for granted as on the Western side. Photos below show some of the Soviet-engineered improvements in Kabul. Moscow literally paved the way for economic penetration. These Russian steamrollers were used to pave some of Kabul's dirt streets. A Russian car rolls smoothly on a Russian- paved ttreet in the Afghanistan capital, it a leaving the high-walled Soviet embassy This walled-off compound in Kabul is one of ccntly built for the Afghanistan government, the petroleum storage areas that Russians re- YES! Until Dec. lOrhcertificates worth $1.00 to $40.00 are given with purchases during our Pre-CHRISTMAS SALE LOOK at the Certificates you get WASHER FREEZER 2B o £S c T u $ 419 50 J 30' IROHER WTO MATIC_ $ 19 95 .'174 95 $400 $ 2 00 1 $1095 Automatic.... IU '17 J 18°° S400 n GAS RANGE GRiLL-WAFFLER WATER HEATER '1M 50 $ 10°° *£&"• FREEZEL'324 50 REFRIG.s 9 u 4 pa u MA T RT A ^_ $ 299 98 $ 20 00 1 SEARS DARES to jell at after Christmas pricej in November. 30-Monih Baffery £;;,.„„ 17.49 | Men's Sheen Sab. Jacket «4.49 I I fitted Acefafe Gowns M.98 I : Hylm Panels 40x81 in. *1.00 \ life-like Doll 16 in. 11.79 || Men's Dress Shirfj $2.50 | Heirloom Bedspread '8.49 Men's Sport Sdirfj »2.98 \ ladies' Orion Pullover *2.79 WASHER. $ 114 50 Men's Underwear * .39 SAVIHM lit TO HAIF PRICE Just a SOITIBJ* J or pfcon* for detail* TANK CLEANER. $ 64 95 $ 7°° CN ^ N WASHER-DRYER $ 414 90 $ 40°° STEAM- IDrtkl KENMORE $1050 $100 DRY InUn BEST. IW I $1 I* $11 DOWN tn *Mv»-ttin Euy f«y«M» H»n SEARS CATALOG SALES OFFICE PHONE TOUR ORDER . . . ... the fASY way to get Scars Catalog SAVINGS! 3-8131 Satisfaction GuarantMd . Main Faubus Won't Nome New Race Commission for at Least Week LITTLE ROCK Mi—Arkansas will remain without a state Racing Commission for at least a week, Gov. Orval Faubus indicated Monday. recent meetings. Tlie governor said that he might re-appoint some of the ex-commissioners but that if they declined to i accept the jobs he had others in Drugs Cheaper Faubus, who fired 10 of the 111 mind, members of the commission he ap- i pointed after taking office in January, said he had decided on personnel of a new commission, but that he might not announce his choices | for a week or 10 days. He said the j length of time which lapses before; A _ he names the new commission may , ACl f€SS 3QVS depend on whether "delay is advan- / la e™^ to me." | CHICAGO VP> - Llla Leeds, 27 He did not elaborate. .former movie starlet who turned to th?raTn"TommfJo e n«"last Pr/! d , ru 85. ™*. * Sena" subcommittee thai a'ueasTlome 0^™"^ 'not! >" w Set in Chicago than in anj aerep with his stand auainst do" i otller major city in the nation, racimr at West Memphis and hi'i The subcommittee, headed by desire that Oaklawn Jockey Club ! Sen - Price Daniel D-Tex., is holding retain its horse race franchise atj a '™ day hearing on dope traffic Hot Sprinffs i whlch Daniel estimated is costing StUl Pending I ™?*° addicts 22 mUlion d ° Uars Faubus said that as far as he is > Mss Lee d S - testimony was given concerned the three bids for the ; Monday horse race franchise which were Miss £ eeds and ner hus band IT pending before the old commission . wjn Rochlin a muslcian> have been would be considered by the new ° roup - . ... „ ' Service hospitals several times fo: "We don't want any more bids, ( addiMion to narco tic s . he added. i The bids were filed by Oaklawn, | whose 10-year franchise was de-i Read Courier News Classified Ads. dared invalid by the Arkansas Supreme Court; Eastern Racing Association, which operates Suffolk i Downs at Boston, Mass.; and an, unidentified bidder. j Eastern said last week that it | could build a new track in time for i the customary spring meeting, but,! that it would not press its bid un-j less construction could be complet-; ed by that time. . \ Former Gov. Sid McMath, an' Eastern attorney, said yesterday: "time is running out" on that as-; surance. ! Visited Office ; Atty. Gen. Tom Gentry said that: McMath and his law partner, Henry Woods, had visited his office to in-; quire whether he had issued an j opinion on whether the sealed bids! on the Hot Springs franchise should : be opened by the still-to-be named ! commission. i Gentry said he told them that he! had not issued such an opinion and ( that he would not unless so request-; ed by a public official. | Faubus has taken no action in re-' gard to June Gibson of Dermott, the • only member of the old commission i who was not requested to resign.; Gibson was ill and did not attend : John Brown's BooVtf BLOOM1NGTON, 111. </F»—John B. Brown gave a couple of stray dogs visiting his chicken coop a roaring reception with a 12-gauge shotgun. When the smoke cleared, he found that one stray was dead, the other had made a clean get-away and ten chickens were no more. To remove stubborn stains from! the sink, rub the sports with a j paste made from cream of tartar] and peroxide. I When in Kennert, Mo., Meet Your Friendi and Eat at Kennett's Newest and Moit Modern Restaurant. REID'S RESTAURANT Mrs. E. R. Reid, Mgr. Colds Relieve Suffering taiiwitti TO HUP HllCVt OlStfttSS Of HEAD COI&S.ANO HAfffVtt AIDS IN CHfCKtNG 'HASAL StUfFINtSS STEWART DRUGSTORE Main at Lake Street Blytheville, Arkansas WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! HU BEARD HARDWARE THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre HELD OVER Last Times Tonite! Van Hefl'm in "COUNT THREE and PRAY" With Joanne Woodward MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature SAMUEL GOIOWYN'S New Musical Wonderfilm! i Hans ; : Christian Anclcrsen . . TECHNICOLOR Da iiny Kayo RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 5M Cl. Lake Ave. Ph. 3-6MI — AND — "Man Who Could Work Miracles" ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature AUAH DOWtIN* — AND — "ELEPHANT BOY-SABU" AI,SO CARTOON pauAe to Die c66ina6 on a THURSDAY - NOVEMBER 24 On this truly American holiday, let us give thanks for the many things we take for granted: food, shelter, job opportunities, freedom of speech and worship! managemen t m# tlie J/a// ana 11 , at tlie l^ltz, l^oxu ana. ~J)taruue ^JheatrcS take tni6 opportunity to tkank uon tor uour tripnailiip and patronage. ( LAST TIMES TODAY AT THE RITZ ALLIED ARTISTS prelen! JOHN DEREK-DIANA LYNN Color by Technicolor Plus Selected Shorts Showing ot the Ritz Theatre Thanksgiving Day and Friday A HILARIOUS NEW LOOK AT LIFE! RORY CALHOUN • PIPER LAURIE JACK CARSON -MAMIE Van OOREK •"REGINALD GARDINER • 8AR3ARA BRITTON- A UNKSS11 «mn™<"i.M KWl PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON Ritz Guests to See "Ain't Misbehavin' " Lt. Fred Seidner Mr. and .Mrs. Cecil Brannum Mrs. Hattio Quinton Roxy-Starvue

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