The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1955 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER T, 1958 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEFTV1 Ike Far from. Taking Full Command of His Duties By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) — News stories put of here give the impression President Eisenhower is taking an increasingly active part in running the government. The impression i« correct, for he is. But it is still a very limited part: a few hours in the morning, and not every morning, conferring with members of his official family. He is far from making it a full-time occupation. When he does come down to his office in the post office, he goes back home to his nearby farm by noon. There he walks around a But there is rests, naps, and bit. reason to believe—as some people may have fett — with Eisenhower's conferences with his advisers and Cabinet members since he came here are window dressing to mnke him appear more active than he is. Real Enough The conference: Eisenhower Is having are real enough. And he is stepping; up the pace. That's what his doctors wanted him to do. both for practical reasons and to huild up his morale. They have said they wouldn' 1 be able to tell how full his recovery has been until he has more nearly resumed the full load of the presidency, perhaps in February. But what is happening here is quite different from the kind of daily routine Elsenhower had to follow in Washington before his heart attack. He did a full day's work then. He would have to have these conferences anyway, if he was at all physically ab.le. In early 1956 he has to send Congress his budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1. 1956, his budget message, his State of the Union message outlining his program for the 1956 election year, and the report of his economic advisers. He's Consulted The government officials responsible for pulling all these pieces together could hardly send them to Congress over his signature unless he was consulted about them And. since they all involve policy, so long as he is able at all he would want to have a final say All those pieces are being but together now. Newsmen who have covered the President—both in Denver after his attack and here—doubt the sincer- visiting the President in the hospital. He was still too ill at the time to be burdened down with many details of government. Some of those officials came out of the sick room and toM newsmen about details they had discussed with Ei- senhwer hut, when quizzed about them, had trouble remembering them. The newsmen here have no such reaction. They jeel — after questioning officials when they leave the President — that the officials are going into details with Eisenhower and that he Is slowly resuming his ro;e as president. ity of statements some Eisenhower in Denver by officials after Wow...for on/y $50 you can giwe the precious gift of MEARINie ! pv* 4-TtmiSTOf HEARING AID <r» r .. . this Christmas you can give • friend or loved *oe a leady-to-enjoy, eaay-to-wear Zenith Homing Aid for-only $50. Here's a precision-built Zenith of thrilling fidelity and realism . . . powered by no leaa than 4 wonder translators for even finer performance . . . operating tor only about 10^ a week on a single tiny battery. What more thoughtful, practical gift for someone who Deeds bettor hearing, but has hesitated taking this simple, yet important atop! ^ Speciat Chrictmac Tria/ Offer Buy a 50-X (or any of Zenith's complete line of highest* quality hearing aids) for a gift before Christmas—whenever it's most convenient. 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The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston said the penny shortage is WHAT'S HIS SECRET?-Dr. Maurice J. Lewi of New York City is 98 years old, and he doesn't obey the "rules" of longevity. He smokes eight cigars daily, eats "everything," has Scotch and soda before dinner and dry Chablis with the meal. He works five days a week, writes historical-medical treatises, makes speeches, plays poker and whist and attends meetings of the Albany Society of New York, which he founded in 1893. He's president ol the New York College of Podiatry, which he founded in 1912 HOLLAND NEWS ft? Mr* C4 EUmpto* Jr Wives of Holland Men's Club were entertained by club members Thursday night at the monthly meeting with a barbecue supper in the school's ag building. Earlier in the evening a business session was conducted and officers elected. They are R. C. Tennyson, president; Joe Lester, secretary; and L. N. Kinder, treasurer. The board of directors consists of Pmnell Capehart. retiring president: Oda B. Smith, Howard DePriest and Witt Smith. Mrs. John Whitener was hostess Thursday to 10 Culbertson Club members at her country home souihwest of town. A discussion on "Conditions in Our Community" was led by. Mrs. Whitener and Mrs. Lola Via. Aitractive ana original holiday decorations, hand made by mem-' bcrs, were displayed and instructions given in their making. Arrangements- 'for a Christmas Polygimist Must Say Goodbye to His Five Wires party are underway for Dec. 15, when Mrs. Oma Smith will entertain. Mre. Dolly Booker is formally opening a beauty shop in her home which will be known as Dolly's Beauty Salon. Having graduated from Blyiheville's Eagle Beauty School a year ago she has' worked locally for several months. This is Holland's first beauty' shop in many years. , The condition of Mrs. Amanda Fisher remains unchanged at her daughter's, Mrs. Lily Nbrrid's, with whom she makes her home. She has been bedfast for several j weeks. Airman and Mrs. Glen Taylor and four children of Big Springs, Texas arrived this week at their parents' and grandparents', Mrs. Clara McCrary's and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor's. Having purchased the Lawrence Stivers' home, the \ Taylors plan to make Holland \ in* the week include Mrs. Zelda Neal, Mrs Mary Neal, Mrs. Thomas Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohon and family, Mrs. Russel Cohoon. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith, Mrs. Ancel Webb, Mrs. C. E. Fisk, Mrs. Monroe Martin, Mrs. Grace Thompson and Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr., and daughters, Mary Jo and Ton! Rose. Mrs. Nannie Porter, a patient at Ghickasawba Hospital for two weeks, will return home this week. Her hospitalization is due to bronchial complications. Mrs., Evelyn Sumford will resume work this week as school secretary after treatment and bed rest, results of a virus condition. Visiting out of town this week Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kenley are at Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Kenley'j la Columbia. After a week-end visit with Mr and Mrs. Carl Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Delma Reid and little daughter of Cape Girardeau have returned. Both Mr. and Mrs. Delma Reid are attending Missouri State College. their home. Stopping over for a time at Mrs. Clara McCrary's early this week were Mr. and Mrs. Will McCrary of Memphis, who were enrouie to i their new home at Kansas City. End of week Visits made in the Sam Kenley home were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cohoon and son, Wil-1 SALT LAKE CITY (3>)— Carl Eu- i Haiti, of St. Louis, and Raymond | nationwide Vermont, and not restricted to SW Bell Sued For $70,240 teacher in the Blodgett, Mo., high I gene Jemzsch today had a week to get his affairs in order and say I goodbye to his five wives. Next Tues- ( school. day. he begins a five-year sentence i Mr. and Mrs. Howard Yeager imposed because he married more j have attended Eastern Star .In- than one woman at a time. stallation servic.es at Kennett, Ber- Jentzsch, 54-year-old electrician I nie - Lilbourn, Warden and Maiden eld Oklahoma City piano teacher I who earlier had pleaded guilty to yesterday filed a $70,240 damage! charges of "unlawful cohabitation' suit against Southwestern Bell Tel-1 was given the sentence in second ephone Co., in U.S. District Court, j district court here yesterday. contending a loud "popping" in herj He js the first man to be sent . telephone caused a ruptured ear- enced sulce ut ah recently began aj new crackdown on polygamy. OKLAHOMA CITY iffy— A 60-year | drum and injury to her spine. Mrs. A. R. Bartley further charged in her petition that the alleged insident resulted in partial paralysis of her left arm and shoulder. She said she twice had to go to the hos- ! pital. Beehives Had Highway Buzzing „ , c*,i.~ • J ' 3 i Keaton Still Critical Jentzsch maintained he was fol- j during the past week. Mrs Yeager " is grand matron of the fifty first district which is comprised of six-1 teen chapters. Mrs. Issac McKay, Sr., has been t at her daughter's, Mrs. Vernon | Bishop's, in Hayti since her recent ' illness. Her condition is satisfac- lowing the true beliefs of the Lat- j ter-Day Saints Mormon Church in practicing plural marriage, although the church outlawed polygamy in 1890 and has excommunicated people who continue the practice. CEDAR CITY. Utah (fft— Things | really buzzed on a highway north I of here yesterday as U. S. 91 got the hives. It all happened when a truck loaded \vith beehives—including the bees —struck a road divider and overturned during a snowstorm 35 miles from Cedar City. Truck driver Francis Griffith, 23, Belgrade, Mont,, was not hurt and highway patrolman Gordon Farnsworth said nobody got stung. HOLLYWOOD Buster Keaton, '„•?) — Comedian; 60, remained in critical condition today with a rupture of the abdomen. He was stricken Saturday night. Officials at Wadsworth Veterans Administration Hospital said he came out Gets His Deer Before School of a coma yesterday. for "several hours The planet Mars has a diameter of 4220 miles. Minister's Daughter Feared Kidnaped | PUEBLO. Colo. OR—The 19-year; old daughter of a Methodist minister vanished last night and police fear she was abducted from the rear of the family home. The search for Donna May Upton was spurred by the finding of a scarf believed to be hers on a I prairie northeast of here. Police Capt. R. L. Mayb.er said ' the pretty hospital student's wrist- > watch, its bracelet snapped as if i in a struggle, was found near an ashpit in the rear of the family's east Pueblo home. j Mayber said there were indica-; tlons that Donna May was abducted as she was driving her brother's car home from the post office. Her disappearance was first noted about 9 p.m. when her brother tqok the car to a drive-in restaurant and a waitress spotted a set of keys in the door. Each member of the family has keys to the car. " The brother, Gabriel S. Upton Jr., returned home and learned his father had not seen Donna May .since she left for the post office. They notified police. Police said neither members of j the Upton family nor neighbors i heard any disturbance during the ) evening. The missing girl, a student laboratory technician ai the stale menial hospital here, is 5 feet 4, weigh? POCOMOKE CITY, Md. f.fl — Billy Cottman, who leaves his farm home a couple of hours early for the school bus during deer season, ' celebrated his 13th birthday yesterday by dropping his first deer. The bus usually arrives around 8:15 a.m. Billy has been at the corner waiting: for it at 6:30 a.m. the past two deer season days. He keeps a gun with him. He can always take it' back home around 120 pounds, and has brown! 7; 3° or so if nothing shows up. hair and blue eyes. Her father, the Rev. Gabriel S Upton, is pastor of the Bethel Methodist Church. Yesterday, a deer bounded out of woods and Billy's vigil paid Billy's father took the deer home MAGIC ACTION' tractor and Billy ma school on time. de it to 1 Bevils of McCrory, Ark. Yuletide Memphis shoppers dur- W ~~ -- 3> ttul MIINtlr INOI irtu i LITTLE LIFESAVER-Meet the "Reserve Midget," > 17- ounce, balloon-like resusdtator and anesthesia machine. It was developed in Cleveland, Ohio, where it has been used in more than 3500 operations. Squeezing the bag forces an anesthetic, or pure oxygen, into the patient's lungs. Dr. Robert A. Hingson of Western Reserve University's School ot Medicine conceived the idea for the portable machine, used in minor or emer- Bency operations, or for reviving drowning or suffocating victims. U can also be used in the home as a resuKiUlor bf rant £tart patienu. Pre-Christmas Special One Large Group Of Ladies' Dress Shoes, Casuals and Flats $K90 *3 Up to $10.95 Values Group Ladies' IValenfine Shoes . Up to $13.95 Values i ;One Group Ladies' ^Mademoiselle Shoes . . Up to $16.95 Values One Group MEN'S SHOES Up to $9.95 Values i [•On* Group MEN'S SHOES Up to $12.95. Values You'll be smart to give useful practical gifts in better shoes at these low prices- I rout MiiMDir SNOI srofti There'! MAGIC in this wonderful bra by £(4i*t of Hollywood. Cleverly designed supporting bonds provide youfhfii( uplift i separation. Elastic inserts for freedom of oction—MAGIC ACTIONI and she is now home to' Airman Carl Avis will arrive' this week from Washington, D. C, ' having received his discharge the first of the month. He will join his ' wife and baby, who have made ! their temporary home with their : parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keller, of; Jonesboro. The family will make; their permanent residence on the Jim Avis farm. i Mr. and Mrs. A, K. Johnston of i Keystone. Fla., were overnight i guests of the Guy Non-ids Tues- j day on their return trip home hav-1 ing visited their son and Mrs. 1 Chester Johnston of Carbondale, EJ. Mr. Johnston lately accepted a position at Southern Illinois University. He previously taught in the commercial department in Biytheville. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder were among open house guests at the Charles Ross School and Central School near Wardell Sunday afternoon. In the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Cardinal Smith Saturday and Sunday were Mr. and .Mrs. Donald •i.™ .pp.f». Pat. Pending * quality JiL.-A32.38, HCJJ MARILYN'S BlytheYille's Newest Ladies Fashion Shop "Always a Satisfied Customer" 119 W. Main HOLIDAY PARTY PIN-UP Clip and Save...Add ICID CAKE SQUARES Eoiy-to-make Holiday Mann Surpritt. -k* add yout favorili Gorhom* Sterling fwrtl«rn ... and ttrvc! Make choealatt or whilt cok« mil and befct in a jquar* pan. Turn out and cool. Split into taycn through Hit middfa and ipreod bottom with prepared chopped fruiti and p«*k. Replace top and cut into tquaret of any lilt d«ir«d. 7* V4 cup con f action er'i iugar odd water ilowly, mixinf to smooth thin icing. Spread ovtr iquarat and otto* 1* rfr^. Decorate tap* with bitter atietolat* thavinft. Come in today and choose your favorite Gorh»m Sterling from our complete selection. Our budget plan lets you buy your holiday silver now and pap for it while you enjoy its use. 4-piec« place-tatting —including knif«, ford, ttojpasn, lalad fort, Hvf ipowi, end flol or helkm-hendte buttof I0«oder— ttotl •* $39,74 (Fed. tg* bid.). Guards Jewelers SINCE 1908 WE RENT • HOSPITAL IEDS . . . BABY BEOS • ROLLAWAY BEDS • USED REFRIGERATORS • USED WASHERS WADE FURNITURE CO. mw. Mitt

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