The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1955 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1958 BLYTHFVILLE (ARK.) WJDR1BR NEWS FACE THIRTEEN TV Actor Sentenced For Contempt CHICAGO (ff) — Tom Du«g»n, Chicago television performer, Friday drew a 10-day jail wnttnct and a $100 Iln« 'of contempt. Judge Daniel A. Voelll of the Superior Court set the penalty. It wai lor Indirect contempt of court— for making remarkj on TV about witnesses hi a child custody case. Duggan conducts a nightly chatter program. The judge stayed the sentence for 30' days to permit an appeal, and Duggan was released on a »100 bond. The judge convicted the defendant, whose full name IB Thomas Difegan Goss. on Wednesday. The contempt action stemmed from litigation involving Carl Champagne Jr.. 24, and his estranged wife, Shirley, 23. Champagne sued Shirley for divorce and also sued Duggan for $250,000, alleging nlienation of affection. Champagne also sued for permanent custody of his son, Carl III. Duggnn's televised comments while the custody case was belnp tried led to the contempt citation They included criticism of a witness, a private detective who testified he had followd Duggan and Mrs. Campagne to Duggan's apartment. Coffee Gives Way to Prayer WAVEELY, Fla. UR — The coffee break has partly given way to a prayer break at the Waverly Growers Cooperative Packing House here. The Rev. William Wilson, pastor of the Waverly Baptist Church, and his congregation started the idea last spring. On two Tuesdays of each month the minister conducts devotional services^at coffee break time. Formerly there was a 10-minute break time but packing officials lengthened it to 20 minutes for the religious service. 1 A loudspeaker makes *th« pro- ' gram audible to 100 persons. •n I I i Read Oourlw News Classlfitd Ads Ideal Gifts For Music and Book Lovers! Musical Gifts Siring* Iiutranm«nte Accordlans ' Band Instrument* Musical Accemartof BOOKS Largt Variety of Bibles (Nanm Imprinted) Sunday School Commentaries: Broadman—PeloHbet'i i—Arnold's—Tarbell'i— Higiey's— The International 'Lesson Annual—Bible Diction- aries—Stronf'i and Cruden's .Concordene* . Inspirational Books: Power of Positive Thinkini, Guide to Confident Llvinf, [Art of Real Happiness, 'Sermon on the Mount. —Feale Let's Keep Christmas, A Man Called Peter, Mr. Jones Meet the Muter, Prayers of Peter Marshall. —Marshall How to Lire 365 Days a Year —Schlndler My Spiritual Diary, Angel Unaware, The Answer Is God. —Dale Irani A Mission Completed —Billy Graham Fiction: The Healer —Slaughter The Golden Princen —Baron Miss' Harriet Townshend —Norrii Love It Eternal —Stone Many Others to Choose From Children's Books: Bible Storieai Hardy Bon Carolyn Ke*nt Wonder Book! Christmas Ideals Tri-Slafes School Supply 108 S. First St. Phone PO 3-6815 Rlytherille, ArkirwM I «•• i Here are princely gifts for the man who is the prince of good fellows . . . handsome, luxurious wearables from hit own favorite store-/ Heading, his "wanted" list is a smart lounging robe — ana* we haye them for* hi wool flannel, rayon, nylon, rich watered silk — in all colors. Shown below it an exceptionally fine robe of soft flannel, piped in silk; in red, blue, green, maroon or burgundy. More Gifts That He Would Choose Himself! PAJAMAS by PLIITWAY . Neat broadcloths or shimmering rayons hi solids and handsome two tone efects, also novelty patterns. Belted or beltless styles. SHIRTS by ARROW The collar style he prefers... In fine quality broadcloths, oxfords and other weaves. Every conceivable color . ,. checks, solids, vertical stripes, horizontal stripe*. NECKWEAR by BEAU BRUMMELL Select his ties here from the finest and largest collection in town. Solids, patterns, stripes, crests and many others. All beautifully boxed for gift giving. SWEATERS by McGREGOR Bunny soft pullovers of finest wool yarn! Handsome, practical cardigans for loung* wear. Warm ski sweaters too, in big blocky patterns. HANDKERCHIEFS by ARROW For regular quality there is nothing to beat these Belfast linen handkerchiefs, Extra soft and luvurious. SPORT SHIRTS by McGREGOR Beautiful, soft fabrics in a galaxy of sport shirt style. Woolens, cottons, and blends in solid colors and plaids. Gift wrapped. HATS by STETSON The sure way to please him is by giving him a gift certificate for a Stetson hat. Handsome masculine styles in soft colors. INTERWOVEN SOX If he prefers woolen argyles or the popular nylon stretch socks, we have the selection to please every man. All colors and size/. a* 1 You can charge it at Mead's - - The Only Exclusive Men's Store in Mississippi County a*. I «wi«iw»HiMMwswra^

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