The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1956 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1956 BLYTHEVltLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Bing Crosby's Gal Is Cute, Young, Bright- In. Short, a Real Doll By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Meet Kathy Grant, the light of Bing Crosby's life. It's easy to see why she is Ring's best girl. She is young and beautiful. She is intelligent, can discuss music, books and almost anything. She has a ready laugh and a soft, musical voice. In brief, she's a doll. Will Bing marry Katliy? Sorry— I've got no scoop on that score Bing himself is a great open-field runner through reporters' ques tlons about his marital future And Kathy maintains a discreel silence in matters concerning Croz But she's a willing talker on other matters, and I investigated her budding career. Rarity Kathy is one of those rarities —a beauty contest winner who made the grade in the movies. Born in Houston 24 years ago, she cherished the idea of becoming a movie star when she was a youngster. Her first beauty honors came as "Miss Buccaneer Navy" of Corpus Christ!, which netted her a trip to Mexico City. At 16 she was chosen the Texas rodeo queen of the Houston Fat Stock Show and Exhibition. That was the start of her road to Hollywood. "Roy Rogers was appearing the show," she recalls. "I met him and his manager Art Rush, and they urged me to come to Hollywood." .To Texas U. But they suggested that she finish school first. She went to the University of Texas, meanwhile becoming the golden girl of the Texas baseball league and queen of the Texas Lions. By 1952, she figured she had had. her fill of contests and was ready to storm Hollywood. Within a week after her arrival, she had met Art Rush, been taken to Paramount, tested for "Forever Female" with William Holden and signed by the studio, But she lost the role to Pat Ci'owley. The reason: "I had a Southern drawl you could cut with a knife." She took lessons to soften her Texan tones, meanwhile "working around the camera in six pictures, but never getting a line." During the period she changed her name. She had come to Hollywood with her own handle, Kathryn Grandstaff. Not Bitter "One day an assistant director said, 'Hey, you—I never can remember your name,'" she says. "That was when I decided I'i better get a new one." Paramount dropped her, but shi bears no bitterness—"I never dii anything for them; why shouk they do anything for me?" On good thing came out of her staj at the studio: she met Bing there Never a girl to remain idle Kathryn landed a contract Columbia, meanwhile writing newspaper column for 20 Texas papers and taking courses [JCLA. Last summer she returnee to the University of Texas anc the latest being "Reprisal" with Guy Madison. Talent boss Maxwel Arnow told her she's "on her way"—"and that's high praise for PAGE THREES IT'S HER OWN VIEWPOINT—Mrs. Irene Riebling de Giovanni has found a way to make riei and are painted over a chartreuse background, all of which goes well with the room's carved oak furniture. One of her reasons for painting the mural was that she had hunted in the area for several years. Now that it's slowly developing into a residential district, she thought it would be nice to bring those trees indoors and preserve them.** FOR BALL OR BEACH—Milady goes from ballroom to beach at the drop of a skirt with this ensemble being modeled at Miami Beach, Fla. Consisting of a gold-sequined bathing suit and a ruffled lace skirt, it can be worn as an evening gown, left, or a bathing suit, right. Another of its novel features is the price—5325. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Ben White & Sons have applied for a building Permit to construct a one story brick building on Lot 7, Block 4, Davis Second Addition to City of Blytheville. Arkansas. This building, when completed to be used for j a clothing store business. Any objection to the erection of this build- j ing for the purpose specified should j be made in writing and filed with j the City Clerk within 30 days. Dated: 4/5/56. , I DAN BLODGETT, j City Engineer, j City of Blytheville. j 4/7-14 ' Sun Vertikal Panel Drapes Linen-Nylon-Plastic Phone 3-4863 For Free Estimates Hope Young Blytheville, Ark. Starting tomorrow night the Bell Telephone "System presents a New TV Show TELEPHONE TIME First show: The chuckling heart-warming talc of an Immigrant who converted junk to shining success, then found he had to compete with his sons to win their respect Tomorrow at 5:00 P.M. Channel 3 HERE COMES TOMORROW—This sleek futuristic bus is scheduled to be built in Turin Italy l"5 e mfh r"?! rf il ,'h bC ",E 0 M ered b , y a 'Sas-turbine engine and will have a cruising "peed of' about 18 and'^'seS r e e S pec e UvS den D ° 1Phto '' "* Streamlined bus wi " be ^ «•> two versions, with NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS Or THE CITV OF MANILA, ARKANSAS $37,500 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS Notice is hereby given that the City of Manila, Arkansas offers foi sale to the highest bidder at a public sale for cash Its proposed issue of $37.500 General Obligation Bonds, dated May 1, 1956, bearing interest at the rate of 3.35% per annum, payable semi-annually on June 1 and December 1 of each year, commencing December 1, 1966. and maturing serially on June 1 of each year as follows: $1,000 in each of the years 1959, 1960, 1961 and 1962 $1.500 In each or the years 1963, 1964 and 1965 $2,000 in earn of the years 1966. 1967, 1968, 196B, 1970. 1971. 1972 and 1973 $2,500 in each of the years 1974, 1975. 1976. and 1977 $3,000 in 1978 The bonds are oeing, issued un- derl he authority of Amendment No. 13 to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas for the purpose of paying a portion of the estimated cost of constructing extensions, betterments and improvements to the City's waterworks and sewer system, subject to the approval of the voters of the City of Manila at a special election to be :ield May 1, 1956. The bonds will be general obligations of the city )f Manila and it is proposed to levy for the payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds a special annual tax of ten (10) mills, which will continue annually until all bonds with Interest thereon are }aid in full. It is contemplated that he additional cost of the planned extensions, betterments and improvements will be financed by •evenue bonds. The purchaser shall have the privilege of naming the trustee and place of payment for the bonds and shall have the right lo convert the bonds to an Issue bearing a lower rate or rates of interest upon such terms that the City receive no less and pay no .more than it would receive and pay if the bonds were not converted. The expenses of the issue, Including the printing and trusteeing of the bonds and the fee of Mchaffy, Smith & Williams, bond counsel of Little Rock, Arkansas, upon whose approving opinion the bonds will be Issued, will be paid by the City's fiscal agent. The bonds, will be callable for payment prior to maturity In Inverse numerical order at par and accrued interest as follows: From surplus revenues derived from the special tax or from surplus funds derived from the bond sale and not needed for the construction, on any ' interest paying date Oil and after June 1, 1961; from funds from any source on any Interest paying date on and after June 1, 1961. The bonds will be sold upon auc- lion bids, the sale to be held at| 2:00 o'clock p.m. on the 3rd day of May. 1956. at the City Hall, In Jie Ctiy of Manila, Akansas. Each bidder will be required to deposit » certified or cashier's check in the amount of $750.00 on a bank that Is a member of the Teder- al Deposit Insurance Corporation, payable to the City, to be retained as liquidated damages In the event the bidder Is awarded the sale oJ the bonds but falls to complete the purchase. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be promptly returned. The City reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. For further information, address the undersigned. Given this 5th day of April, I95«. CITY OP MANILA. ARKANSAS. By A. A. TTPTON, Mayor. J. E. McMASTERS, City Recorder. Oscar Fendler, Attorney. 4/7-14-21 Serving You Best is our Foremost Concern BURIAL INSURANCE LOGAN Funeral Home Ph. 1-S911 For a Better Deal ...SWITCH TO MERCURY! See or Phone A. H. Wallace c/o Bud Wilson Mtrs- 3-6876 or 3-8284 him." The gossips keep saying that Bing will pick up her option too, but I wouldn't know about that, ;ot her' degree in fine arts, mak- ng up 21 units in eight weeks. Columbia has been putting her n increasingly important parts, chool Census Jumps WASHINGTON Wl _ There we re even million niore boys and girls Fancy Duds for Ranier MONTE CARLO IB—Prince Rainier in will wear a uniform of his own design, resembling those of j Napoleon's marshals, when he weds Grace Kelly. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE: enrolled In the nation's schools last year than in 1950, the Census Bureau says. Read Courier News Classified Ads. BLYTHEVILLE CURB MKT. 130 E. MAIN Now Under New Management OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK—7 'til 9 See Us For GARDEN SEEDS—PLANTS—FRUITS PRODUCE—GROCERIES Owned & Operated By Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Phillips THEATRE On \V. Main St. In Blytheville !== Phone 3-1621 Weekday Show Starts 7:00 p.m.—Sat. & Sun. 1 p.m LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature i-L. [ to ALLIED ASTISTS Picture slamnj' 8 * --^ ;i,,,,.iMA$SFY-ii,t,,PAGEI-1,11,,, DUNKS If AU1!0 ADIISTS pktnt ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature •n^e i wi i nirolelllask CINEMASCOPE LgTGEHE BARflV-DAN O'HERilHy-ANGELA LANSlRYl «GEORGE DOLENZ-JOHN HOYI-MYRNA KANSEN • A UIIMBSMHBTOMt PICIUSt ' — A N D — IOU! m\ VIOUHT! Ihi City's Sin-ImH llp.el l m \ THE HUMAN JUNGLE «„,., GARY MERRILL-JAN ALSO CARTOON "Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre" TONIGHT 10:30 p.m. SUNDAY & MONDAY FROM BEHIND THE SINFUL SHADOWS OF A CORRUPT CITY BENEDICT BOGEAUS ,,,,1.11 PAYNE -AMDAHL- RHONDA FLEMING ALLAN [JwAM • Ro'lVfif &UES • UtriED&t BOGEAUS *-~~ fiCfmuJOLOiT South's Finest! At The Fountain or Take Home! AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING DRUG STORKS: WOODS DRUG STORE, Blytheville HIWAY DRUG STORE, Blytheville MASSENGILL'S DRUG STORE, Osceola SHIRLEY'S DRUG STORE, Hayti COLLINS DRUG STORE, Caruthcrsville Don't lake chances M Make more, year tfter year, with DROUTH IRRIGATION (tight now—talc* iht fir it ,it«p to end your gr«at«it farming hazard. At no obligation to you Cfioctaw't engineers will r«com- mand th* bait type of irrigation tyttAm for your neadt—iprinkl**, furrow or flood—and will pr«par* tayoutf and cost tittmatM without charge. Don't wait another leatonl Let Choctaw'i «n. ginatri prapar* the layouit and ultimate* you need to get Farmer's Home Adrmtmtratton Financing of your irrigation •yitem. Write or call today. fcUmphll, p. o io> J Unit Hock, Ark. J«ek»on, Milt. 6r«»nwo«l, '. o. to. jo» r. o. t» i its r. o. American Electric Supply Inc. Wholesale Distributors of Electrical Supplies and Construction Materials. 213-15 (rear) Walnut-Blythevillc-Ph. 3-8353 104 -106 E. Word — Joneshoro, Ark. — Ph. WE 5-5385 Anaconda Wire & Cable—GE Lamps & Devices Square D Motor Controls & Service Equipment Ramset Tools and Supplies Progress, Prcscolite, Light & Power Light Fixtures. HRAT MASTER WATER HEATERS NUTONE FANS- HOODS CHIMES RENT A RAMSET TOOL Centrally Located For Easy Shopping Coflf HI-WAY DRUG We Give Top Value Stamps Prentls Holder, Rcc. Pharmacist & Mgr. Charles BroRdon, owner Main at Division Phone 2-2019 Bring out the BEST in your clothes Send Them To BESTWAY CLEANERS We Specialize In Formats and Evening Wear Guaranteed Summer Storage, Bonded & Insured 1 Day Service 10% Discount On On Request Cash and Carry 2012 West Main Phone 2-2408 DELTA PROPANE CO. Go* Appliances • Gas Installation Traclor Carhurction (Factory Type Installation) R.C. Farr&Sons Petroleum Products Butane — Propane "Serving this area for over 20 years" Office: Phones: 400 So. Railroad SI. 3-15B7 & 3-4662

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