The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1954 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE BL.YTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1954 McCarthy Censure Session of Senate NotVeryExpensive WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate session called to consider censure of Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) may be costing a lot in terms of frayed tempers and frazzled nerves but not much in dollars and cents as such things go. STARTING YOUNG - Flvt- year-old Susanne Blanchard, of Albany, N. Y., was named "Little Miss 0. S, A." In a contest in New York City. Susanne won about $7500 worth of prizes in the contest for young ludim three to 12 years of age. Entire Block Burned Out In So. Baltimore BALTIMORE Ml — An entire square block ot South Baltimore w-s burned out lust night by nn 11-alnrm fire that swept through a lumberyard and spread to adjoining buildings. More than half of the city's first- line equipment — 61 pieces out o( 110 — were rushed to the scene. The lumberyard, two trucking firms, a garage, a tool company, numerous smaller firms and apartment houses were wiped out. Many other buildings were damaged. At least 160 persons were driven from their homes. "Three explosions rocked the area but only one person was reported injured, n fireman hospitalized with burns on both feet. No official damage estimate was given immediately but one source estimated it would exceed one million dollars. One Wife Too Many OXFORD, England Wl — John K. Walter appealed to the law yesterday to make his former wife quit living with him and his second wife. The first Mrs. Walter refused to leave the house after their divorce, claiming protection of the National Tenancy and Rent Control Act. Judge Sir Donald Hurst ruled that the act did not apply in the circumstances.. He gave the ex- spouse 21 days to find other lodgings. now Is the time to contact Cecil Connell or Joe Warren Be Sure you see Oldsmobile for '55 Friday November 19! HORNER-WILSON MOTOR CO. 317 E. MAIN Ph.2-2056 Senators get no extra salary for it. Regardless of the time they put In In Washington, they get the same annual amount — $12.500 salary and an expense fund of $2,500. The biggest cost of the special session is earmarked for travel expenses. Senalors get 20 cents n mile from home to Washington and back again when called here on official Senate business. Printing Next Total tab for travel Is estimated by the Senate disbursing office at between $40,000 and $50,000. Next costliest item would seem to be the printing bill for the Congressional Record. The daily record, which includes a transcript of everything said in Senate debate, costs $84 a page. Since the Senate returned here Nov. 8. 199 pages have been added, plus 36 pages to the appendix. At S84 a page, that totals $18.740, not counting yesterday's debate. The cost may reach to more than double that. Labor expenses have not Increased, Senate officials snid. Most Senate employes, such as official reporters of debates, doorkeepers, page boys and parliamentarians, are paid on an annual basis. Snuff Box Filled Nor Is there any additional expense In keeping the Cnpttol heated or lighted. It's heated and lighted anyway. As to other drains on the taxpayer, no specific amounts are available. But they would Include the small expense of purchasing newspapers all over the nation for the use of Senators. And the expense, also minor, of pencils and pads of paper and special bottled water. And, of course, the snuff box In one corner of the Senate chamber must be kept filled. . Actually, no senatorial hand has been seen pinching snuff out of that box for 20 years or more. Read Courier News Classified Ads. NKW PLYMOUTH — Lower, wider and loneer bodies keynote the new 1855 Plymouth. They are available In a full range of automatic and power- assist devices and may be seen at Seay Motor Co. Married Girl, Age 15, Admits Slaying Sister ROCKVILLE, Md. WP;—A married 15-yftar-old Blrl. who police said admitted the fatal stranKlinj* of her G-year-old sicpsiBtur because "I hat- ell her," was held today for mental tf:5t*. Police said Mrs. Marion Mosley would he examined today to determine whi-'lh&r charges will be placed against her in the death yesterday of Katherinc Nadim: Bannister. The dewl girl was found in her home tied to a door knob by n dish towel looped around her neck. Police said Mrs, Mosley called them to the home and related she had strangled her stepsister with ft towel. They said she later told (hem the strangling look place after she had an argument with the girl's mother Mrs. William Bannister- Mrs. Bannister told police she didn't,know of her daughter's death until officers entered the home and Icund the body, Mrs, Mosley was held at the Mont rose School for Girls, a detention home at Relsterstown. Team Probes Crash TOKYO Wr—A team of U. S. Air Force officers lelt lor northern Ja- pan 'yesterday to prove "all aspects' i shot dawn by Russian fighters Nov. of the crash of an American RB29,7, the Air Force said. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 86 Proof. BouAon 3r Lme Co., Louisville, Kentucky COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That In pursuance ol the authority and directions contained In the decretal order of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, made and entered on the 28th day of September, 19M. in a certain cause (No. 12,145) then pending therein between The First National Bank of Lake Providence; Hugh L. Kennedy, Trustee; and Warren Baldwin, Trustee, plaintiffs, and Edward Mitchell; Elsi May Miller Mitchell; Mary Sue Besharse; and Homer Besharse, defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the South door of the County Court House in the City of Blytheville. Arkansas, at 11 A.M., on the 1st day of December, 1954, the following dsecribed real estate, towit: Lot Two (2), Block Eleven (11), Highland Place Second Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas., TERMS OP SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser be- ing required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree ot said Court In said cause, with approved security, bearing Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a Hen being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. G1VE.N under my hand this 9tli day of November, 1954. GERALDINE USTON, Commissioner in Chancery. Reid fc Burge, Attys. for Pltfs. 11/10-17 "So help me, the water wasn't ONCE hot enough the whole time you were away." This alibi may hold water! He could be one of those somewhat rare husbands who hasn't installed a modern automatic GAS water heater. 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