The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1955 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 24, 1955
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SATURDAY, DECKMRER 2<l, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS AND MANY FRIENDS lop* to (oniinti» to ttrrt lf!lfidtir»ti w»rf eou f ' ' CA/fifmoi roll* 'round o FEINBERG'S "THE FASHION SHOP" FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. No brokorakc fees lo pay 1. No stock to purchase 3. An opportunity to establish credit with a large insur- anre Co- Unit is and has btcn (or many years a permanent knder in this territory. 4. Long time low Interest rale. k We pay the appraisal ami attorney fees. fi. Quick service, fast closing We eluse loans before moi 1 companies make their im- spections. For Information, See. Call or Write LOGAN FINANCE CO. Ljnch Building Hlytheville, Ark. Phone 2-2034 Exclusive Agent for American United Life Insurance Co. Try a Texaco Service Station First.' \Ve Can Supply You with Ihe Finest TEXACO HEATING OIL "Let us power your farm and heat your home" We deliver anywhere in Mississippi County BOB LOGAN "YOUR TEXACO MAN" BKlheville Phone 3-3391 Joiner Phone 2-121 U.N.Is Facing a New Problem- Cutting Down on Cocktail Parties By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)•— Cutting clown the number of wars in the \\orld has been a pesky problem to the United Nations for 10 troubled years. Now it laces a new crisis — how to cut down on the number oi its own cocktail parties. i radio sets lasi niRlit so children can 1 Uilk U> Sitiua Glaus and may be get in a bisl-minutf. request or two. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Here really bold action is called, down more people than the Galling' i for Why doesn't Hie U. N. forseti sun. ' Origin Not Known , .\ •The origin of the cocktail party i ha.s never been authoritatively es- < parlies | inbli.shed. Legend has it that It.'j ' ,s invented early in the 12th Ccn- ntinufuct- i about abolishing war for one -session ami put down as ihe main on its agenda the problem of outlawing all cocktail everywhere? This could turn on! to be a real positive step toward peace, universal brotherhood and the long- term improvement of human wel- larp. The growing nuisance of too ninny cocktail parties at ihe U.N. was pointed out by Jose Maza of Chile. As president of the 10th General Assembly, he had to af,- lend as many as three or tour in a day. Every fresh inter national tension .seems to produce a torrent of cocktail parties, which in diplomatic parlance are known as "re- tury by a caviar m urer named Ivan Petronovlch in an attempt to unload an oversupply of fish eggs. The Russians, who are quick to claim every other invention, denounce this story as a capitalist cnard. But it will be noted they still .serve fish ege-V at most elite cocktail parties ' Even the devil has friends, so it goes without saying that cocktail parties have their defenders. They claim these affairs relieve social tension. The truth is they stir up NEW YORK '^ -- Construction ! contracts in Arkansas during No- j vember totnled $14,71-1.000, an in-: ! crease of 54 per cent from Novem- j her of last year, the F. W. Dudgt* : ', Corp. reported yesterday. ! The construction news firm said : Arkansas contract awards lor thr iirst 11 months of this year louileri $131,951,000. H decvense nf less ihuii one per cent from the same period of 1954. Radio to Santa SAN ANOELO. Tex. — Members 01 the San AnRt;lo Amateur Radio Club opened meir nomos and Centrally Located For Easy Shopping f-Dorllnj (.j L^ohi f\evloi I/ 1 / ryLencl Remodeled HI-WAY DRUG Frentis Holder, RPR. Pharmacist A- Mgr. Charle* Hrogdon, owner .Main at Division Phone 2-2019 U. N'. really does .some!>•<!!i ihe rotfcuii paviy. U j :t monument higher than t would become of a!l egss? Well, whv not back to their parents? ception.s." "You have to drink the same scoirh or the .same manhatlans and (".it the same shrimps and talk to ihe self-same people." said Max. His description of this typac Baltimore Mayor Faces Suit Over Painting He Banned of social function may well raj down as the ureaicsi under- j D 'Me^ndro yeste statement m the history of diplo- j damage suit " by mac y- Not Party at Old , The average cocktail party isn't; party BALTTMO RE -Pi- Mayor Thomas D 'Me^ndro yesterday faced a $7.500 " artisL whose _ painting he ordered removed from a numiripal exhibit. Glenn Wnlk&r. whc^e "In a room"' a!!. It is an exercise j won two prizes in the Pealc -Museum ' in group self-punishment. Ii is ,a Exhibit, asked Judge Cornelius _ P. I social biutlefield, where men and Mimdy to issue a temporary in- ; women drink from a poisoned well j junction restraining fhe mayor from I while they build verbal towns of: inicrl'erin« in any future exhibitions ; babble in a wilderness fog of! at ihe .same time as he filed the smoke that would strangle ;\ clean-; damage suit yesterday. living Eskimo in 20 minutes. ' The judee sisnrd an tfrder giv- The cocktail party isn't, a feature ing the mayor until Jan. 23 to show ; of modern living. Ii is a factor; why the injunction should not be; in modern dyiny. Anyone who has i issued. ever stood upright at a" cocktail | • D'AIesandro last month described party fand who ever gets to sit | Walker's painting as "obscene," down ai one?) can ne"er forget the; "morally objectionable" and unfit sinking feeling in his arches, the i for public viewing. The picture popping out of new veins. ' shows a man and a woman, both the slow numbness as of death nude, lying on a bed. creeping over him. ' The pa inline: was taken from the j The total impact of this form of exhibit and placed in the directors ; torture on mankind has never been office, where it was still available j Pleasured but Ji must be appalling, for viewing on request. At a meet- i "Cocklai! party stomach" and i ing. the misiees of The museum, "cocktail pariy'fatigue" are well ] declined to order the canvas oui i known medical diseases now. ;«id i of the Building. chum more victims than virus X. j Although it ih little more than a , century old, the martini, the most dangerous instrument at any cocktail party, certainly has mowed ni MIC- Peule Museum, however, t-ii . n'veral artists withdrew t'ir works from the ?how to pro; ihf/ mayor'? action. li'-- i.v.mnnt; ha= b<'en bought b\ Baltimore restaurateur, who iii?- Lo exhibit i; soon in his place Other paintings were removed i Woman Gives Diamond Ring To Polio Victim ! AKRON". Ohio -.•?' — Usually peo- | ; pie just toss coins into Billy Wine?.' i [ hat, but this Christmas season a j j pretty young woman threw in a i I diamond ring. '• • Wine.-. 43-year-old polio victim, .. was sit i ing in his \vheel chair in | rloiu of a downtown department : ! store when the woman dropped' ' some corns into his hai. He said' [he looked down after she passed | and saw a diamond ring. j He told the Akron Beacon Jour| nal he hopes the woman can be found so he can return the rma. Yuletide Mail Shows Increase ! WASHINGTON '.-?' — Postmaster General Summerfield said yesterday reports from 35 htree post of-, fires show Christmas letter mail is running about 6 per cent above i last veai*. Adding: that parcel post volume' is up .some 9 per cent. Summertield ' said the trend is in Hue with ad-' vance department estimates that i holiday mail volume will reach an ' all-time peak this year. Christmas Soles Are Higher ST. LOUIS -.?• — Christmas sales .1! Ei-nth Fcderui Reserve District depKri-ment stores continued to pace lasi vear's volume in the '.verk ending Dec. «17. Thr; teat 1 nil re-serve b^nk of S; Loih> reported yesterday the dis- •nci ioia! v.-as 10 per cent higher laan in the cor re spending period in 1954. Si Loui^ area sales topped the d:-i!'jci wuh a 13 per cent boost. L.jiu-'.'illc was tip 6 per cent. Memphis 5 per cent and Little Rock 4 per crnt. Far 'lie tour-week period ending Dec. 17. s:iies were 7 per cent lusher than in the 1954 period. WAR N 1 N €. 0 R D F R ! IN THE .CIIAVCERV COLRT. ! CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, ' ailSSISSIPIM COVNTV, ARKANSAS Emma Lou Craycraft, Pltf. vs. . No. 13.160 Roy E. Craycraft. Dft. The defendant. Roy E. Craycr.ift. is hereby warned to appeal" wuh:n (hiny day.- in flip court nnmt-d m the caption hereof and any-wfr ! complaint of the plaintiff, Emm.i Lou Craycraft. Dated tins 2nd day of December. 1955. SEAL GERALDINE LIST.OX. CIcr< By OPAL DOYLE. D C Geo. \V.'iiam. Atty. tor Pitt. Frank C Douglas, Atty. An. Liu-i:; ' Gl Home Loans Set New Record WASHINGTON .'.-p—The number of GI home loans guaranteed by tlif Veterans Admiiiistratioji m Novrmber reached n new hitzh for the second con.secuuve month. VA said yer'-evdny it 'junvanteed 66.400 loans lot filing more than 755 million doll.1/5 hist month. That was n 3 per cent increase over October. Requr-~ts tor appraisal?- dropped in Novembpr. VA attributed t.he decrease to seasonal rnnciuion?. Old Fashioned Mail PA1RLAND. Okla. (^—Dispatching mail tltinna ihe Chnstnias season without modern equipment is a roui;(; job for Ben, (50. ] F;i ir I and po^tm.iispr !<>r the past 18 yiur.-. Hf -^t,.!iip,- i>\ hand an averaLx oJ" 150 cards ;• minute and usually cancels 20.U ( )n outaoint; areeiinK c.u'ds during the yuie season e;n?h tfje Spirit of fyti ^olp as; conccibeb bp our ILocb, Ubc on foreber in eternal soob mill, tolerance anb ttje ijrottjedjoob of man... -0.0. Hardaway WARNING OKJJKK The defendant. Arion Parish, herebv warned to appt'ay m !i Chancery Court for the Ch!cka:,,iv ba District of Mississippi Coinn Ai-kansas. within thiru d;iys .H answer the complaint of the pi;;!: tiff. Mrs. Mary E. Parish. Hit against ium in said Cui;rt. Ciis-- N 3191, and upon his failure so HI ri said complaint will be taken n.> <oi iessed. Witness my hand as i-lerV: ^ - v « i/ourt and the sea! thcrcot, 'in- day of December, 1955. Geraldine Liston. C!i-i>By Opal Doyle. D C Roy <fc Roy. Attorneys for Pl'i' A. S. Harrison, Attonify »d lit- 1 ;:' Kirby Drug Store J750 For Your Old ELECTRIC RA/.OK on a new Rcminijlon, Schirfc. Sunbeam, Ronson or Norrh ** Paint Closeout i Price HNbbard Hardware Mr. & Mrs. E. R. McAdams extend... tasmfe I lines change and we n ith lime — bul nut sii the ,i;J(> did iiisliiin nf e\lendiii!i Christinas fireelings In those whose good nill nnd fricnriship «u cherish and Impe Ki miiinlnin. I his year as al^^aJS, vt p nrp happy In send joii Ihe (ircetiiij;,s of Ihe season — with our sincere wishes for good health and jo.\ ;it Chrislmas time and thr lite New ^ ear. McADAMS GREENHOUSES

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