The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1953 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO !H,YTHEVTl.LE 'AUK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 7, 188» Ike Doesn't Expect His Men To Go Down Line 100 Per Cent By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) Congressional leaders apparently don't have to agree with President Eisenhower on all major issues to remain "" thn Rpnnfiiir-an 3 Hminktr,nfmn>c team. • Two important members of the legislative squad have come up with criticisms in the last lew dnys but the betting odds are long that the President will Ignore the In- on the Republican administration's dollcflle negotiations as those brlnf?! lias oiitmancnvored Rend to win carried on with Rhoe. [probable congressional approval of Sonio wcei;s ago, Tuft suggested j a six-months extension of the ox- thnt if the present truce efforts | cess profits tax— which Eisenhower fail, the U. S. should "forget the United Nations" so far as Korea cidents In the interest of future co-operation. . , „ _ „ , „,,,„ ,,.,. to net independently in ihe Far _.^rst Sen.Taft of Ohio he I Ejsenhower> al „ „„„, con . concerned and hold ilsclf free Far dispose of government-held farm eurpluses to Allied foreign nations. Taft predicted no such authority would be given. Then Sen. Knowland of California, acting GOP floor leader while Tatt is sidelined with a hip ailment and also chairman of the party policy committee, said South Korean President Syngman Rhee had not been sufficiently consulted in. advance about truce terms by •ither the Truman or Eisenhower administrations, Other Criticism Knowland obviously expected no Cfllldown such as some other presidents might have given a senatorial leader who criticized the administration's course in such *'««*• requested and Reed bitterly opposed. But there is little doubt in the minds of most, of his colleagues that Reed will get special attention he disagreed with f rom the White House from now Important Trees The 10 most important trees in the world, as listed by a forestry expert, resaectlveiv are: the date palm, coconut pnlm, almond, apple, fg, mulberry, oive, lemon, chinchona, ana ruDDer trees. Tafi nUvays Mas contended that his support of the uew administration leaves him (roc to criticize proposals that he doesn't like. Eisenhower himself has said he isn't asking the legislative leaders to follow him blindly. Tnft u*ns not consulted about the surplus crop disposal legislation before it was submitted, although Knowhuid said it was discussed at ft White House meeting when the Ohtofin was ill and away. Exception Dan'l Tax Certificates Gobbled Up WASHINGTON MV-The government says it has sold Its counters bare in its bipgest single rnoney- rnteing offering since World War II—5 1 - billion dollars worth of tax anticipation certificates. j The KPCUl'itiPS arp foMnf* sold fit; Taft's friends think the measure j discounts equivalent, to 2 1 '-- nor cent! might have been sent to Capitol j interest and can be used at fall \ Hill in quit different form if he j value in ciRht months to pay taxes.! FORTRESS IN MAN'S FIGHT AGAINST DISEASE—The National Institute for Health, the last word in luxury, has opened in Bethesda, Md. The govern men t-snon sored hospital will offer its services free, but just try to get in. Patients will have to be invited to be a patient in the new $64 million medical center. The only requirement for admission to th"? 14-storv cent r. which will house 500 patients, is that patients have some particular foim oi a'tiiseasfr vniph hospital staffers want to study; had had a chance to offer Ins advice before Eisenhower wrapped it up with a message, which brought sharp criticism from many Democrats. The only who has felt the sandpaper of presidential displeasure thus far has been Chairman Daniel A. Reed (R-NY* of the House Ways and Means Committee. congressional loader They were oversubscribed in a sinale day. the Treasury said yes-1 terday .although it. Iifld been prepared to receive, offers through to- \ morrow, Allot men fs will be announced probably Thursday. The Issue is to help finance the government during !he next three months when spending coes on, but tax receipts are light. Another three to six billion borrowing is expected ( The administration apparently by the end of the year. Rosenberg Orator Free LOS ANGELES W)—Irwin Edcl- man. the sidewalk orator whose nnme was us^d in obtaining the last, stay of pxrcuiion for the Ros- enberp atom r-pies, is free toda> hut n>\ist rraistor ^ ft vagrant within 48 hours or KO to Jail for 90 days. Edrlman, 54. \vns convicted yesterday of failinc to comply with a state law requiring proved vagrants to rf^islff. He said he would appeal the conviction. Eilfinwn ramed H previous vng- i-iiiicy con vie! ion to the U. S Supreme Court, wns denied a reversal, nnd tcrvi-d 45 days of a 90-day sentence. His argument—advanced by two Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Two building permits were granted last week by the city engineer's office. B. J. Allen received a permit for construction of a five-room frame residence at 101 East Magnolia Street. Estimated value of the building is placed at $7,150. Permit was granted E. R. McAdams for construction of a one- room concrete block storage ouild- ing at 208 East Davis, at an estimated value of $300. Real estate transfers recorded last week: J. E. and Mary K. Stevenson to William L. and Elizabeth R. Morris, for $12,400. Lot 2. Block 4, Country Club Heights Addition. E. M. and Mary Virgin!* to Julian D. and Betty Ttt«, for $10 and other considerations, lot 15, Block 4, David Acres Subdivision. H. G. and Mary Maude McHaffey to Robert McHaffey, for $1 and other considerations, an undivided one-half interest In and to the east half of the NE quarter ol Sec. 6- T14N-R11E. Royce and Lorene Lyons to Fred P. and DeLean Alexander, for $10 and other considerations, Lot* 9, 10 and 11, Block 0, Smlth'i Addl- tio nto Leachville. O. S. and Eula Rollison to Carl W. and Frances Elizabeth Allbritton, for $5,800. Lot 16. Block *. William Lee Walker Second Subdivision. A temperature drop of S3 degrees. Fahrenheit in 60 miles wat discovered in the center of a typhoon. This is the greatest temperature change in such a dlstanca ever discovered in free air and Is an indication of the terrific energy to be found in a tropical storm. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- sawba District,. Mississippi County, Arkansas. Joan Swift, by her mother , Audrenel Freeman, Ptf. vs. No. 12431 Guy W. Swift, Jr., Dft. The defendant, Guy W. Switt. Jr., is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and aiiswei the complaint of the plaintiff, Joan I Swift. i Dated this 29 day of June, 1953. [ Geraldlne Llston, clerk By Laverne Ball, D. C. i attorneys — that Julius and Ethel Rosenberg was sentenced under the s v:ron£ law wns accepted by Justice William O. Douglas of the Supieme Court and resulted in a one-day stay of execution. Read Courier News Classified Ads. INSECT DAMAGE TO CROPS? We offer to the farmers free field inspection for Thrips, Army Worms, Red Spider and other insect damage. We have six pound toxaphene, 25 per cent DDT, BHC and DDT 9/15 liquids. Also dust. If you have insect or poison problems, feel free to call on us at any time. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phones 6856 — 6957 — 6858 Headquarters for Toxaphene, DDT and Other Poisons. PMLCO CARLOAD PURCHA HUBBARD & SON NOW OFFERS A TREMENDOUS SELECTION OF AMERICA'S FINEST, MOST MODERN REFRIGERATORS! SEE THEM T Keeps Cheese Fresh for Weeks Built-in rompnrlment, iflspft- cinlly equipped lo prciwrve chc'i'80 frealmiws nnd flnvor nw rcromniemU'd by Ihfi U.S. Department of Agriculturci. PHILCO 736— Never before such deluxe fenturw nt llii.i low pri™. (.'omplKtc Dniry Bar with Cheeao Keeper nnd H»t(er Keeper. Hvife lwilt,-in foil-width Kreiver. Fully Adjustiihlo Shelvcn • Quick Chiller. Plus the mntchlcsH liennty of I'hiko "Key I-nrf!<>" color styling. Be sure to nut) this sensational vnluo. BIG 7.2 CU. FT. PHILCO Lowest Price In Years For Philco Quality Not the usual "(i", hut the hig oversize 7.2 cu. ft. Philco with modern full-width freezing compartment and exclusive "Key Largo" color styling. Over 12 s<|. ft. of shelf storage area. Handy double utility trays. Lots of tall bottle snace. Conic in and get our liberal trade-in offer on older models, just for this introductory period. PHILCO EXTRA STORAGE With The Exclusive Philco Features America's finest value in a storage refrigerator. Kcnutifut "Key Largo" color Philco with huge added door storage space for eggs, fruits, jars, bodies . . . even full quarts of milk. Like two refrigerators in one. Greatest value by far at this low 1953 price. Convenient Terms Easily Arranged! ARD & SON FURNITURE Blytheville Now, a 'T af the Price of a "T Yes, now at Ihe lowest price ever ... a huge !U cubic ft. DOOR STORAGK Philco. Big full-width freeze r. Quick chiller. Double hegct- ahlc crispcr. ON K A S Y TERMS. 279 .95 miico ?M

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