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July 28, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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r PAGE TWO BI.YTIIEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1953 New Debt Ceiling Certainty Administration Is Expected To Ask for It WASHINGTON (API — Administration officials indicated today they almost certainly will ask Congress toward the end of this week for a new ceiling on the national debt. The truce in Korea, they said. will not appreciably ease the strain on government finances in the coming six to tight months. Reduced spending for defense, said the offi-< cials, who asked not to be named, must, come trom reorganization and tightening of the defense setup "and that will take time." They said the government will In •11 likelihood spend the 43',} billion doVars now budgeted for major national security programs In the 12 months ending next June 30. despite the end of fighting in Korea, j Savings Offset [ Something like a billion dollars: might be saved, they said. In re- j duced fighting expenses. But that ' much or perhaps more, they e.sti- : mated, would probably be used In j the next year to 18 months in helping devastated Korea. One official, explaining that overall defense spending will probably continue much as planned before the truce was signed in Korea, said: Raj of Llfht "We don't know what Is going to happen In Indochina or other potential trouble spots. So far as the I CI , uio , ls Sou(h half Lot ,_ Block HEAP 0' HEAPS—Looks like a prelty bad smashup and II is—but not the kind you think. This heap of old heaps resulted when Detroit aulo dealers junked and burned 42 cars deemed unsafe for continued ODC ration. Epileptics Get Job-Finding Aid PITTSBURGH MV-A physician lias Joined the Pittsburgh office of lh« Pennsylvania State Employment office to help get jobs lor epileptics. The office says many bosses fear hiring persons subject to epileptic attacks. This attitude by employers is not consistent with medical progress, says Dr. Samuel Wlshlk, professor of maternal and child :iealth at the University of Pitts- burch's graduate school of public health. "Within recent years tremendous .irides have been made In efforts o control epileptic convulsions through drugs." Dr. Wlshik said. 'In fact, nearly 75 per cent of known epileptics can be almost completely controlled." Aviators have found plant dls- ia.se spores at altitudes of 18,000 eet. Diseased plants can Infect lealthy crops hundreds of miles EVANGELIST —The Rev. Harold F. Menke of Houston, Texas, will be guest speaker at a revival which began yesterday at, the Cooter Baptist Church, and Will end Aug. 7th. The Rev. Mr. Menke recently returned from the Holy Land, and will report on Communism behind Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Real estate transactions that took place last week included: Mrs. Ociie Frneiiiiin In Mrs. Pearl Lewis, for $1 nnd other, considerations. South half. Lot 1, Block 3, Davis Second Addition. Mrs, Pearl Lewis to Mrs, Od!c Freeman and Edna Freeman Sift and other considerations. Lot, fi, Block "G", John B. Walker Second Subdivision. Max and Anm'p Latirir Lopan and Harold B. and Marie D- Wright lo Edward and Vivian Stilrs. for $1.000. Lot 4. Block 2. Parkview Addition. 3. Dnvis Second Addition. Board of Directors St. Francis Levee District to Arkansas Pish reduction of spending IK concerned the truce in Korea Is only a ray of light on the horizon." The officials said their decision U n d Gnmc Commission, for $1, on asking Congress to raise the, Lois 8, 9, Sec. fi. and Lots 2, 3, 6, present 375 billion-dollar debt limit!?. Sec. 7. TI5N-RIOE, depends on congressional action on' Ohlan and NMlle Maye Wallace etUI unfinished spending and tax j lo J. A. and Rosa E. Pyle, for Robert O. and Carolyn M'>t':a]f for $1,000, Lot 5, Block 2, Parkview Addition. Max and Annie Laurie Logan and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to Robert C. nnd Carolyn Mctcalf. for Sl.OCO. Lot 5, Block 2, Parkview Addition. Pearline Brown to Mary Fowler, for $200. Lot 8, Block 7, Edwin Robinson Addition. F. L. and Annie F. Husband to George E. and Etta B. Workman, for SI.100, Lot 12, Block "B", Westgate Addition. Max and Annie Laurie Lo&'an and Water Helps Quebec Mines QUEBEC «P>~Watcr in bountiful supply accounts in good measure for Quebec's current phenomenal industrial dcvrlopmcnt. The reason is Quebec's huge north—often referred to as the St. Lawrence River North Shore — which .Teologists call the Lalirential Plateau. This barren plateau-covered with stunted grou-th but containing great mineral wealth—Is the site of a fabulous water network, made up of rivers, falls and canyons. Without the water Ungava's Iron ore. Gaspe's copper. Chibougamau's minerals, would probably have stny- legislation. However, it was indicated, the people in the Treasury and elsewhere who must take the recommendation to President Eisenhower have virtually made up their minds that ft higher debt limit will be necessary. The debt now stands only 2Vj billion dollars beneath the limit and estimated spending and income between now and the period of high tax return next spring will keep this margin from growing any bigycr. 6 , . _ "TAR" IS FEATHERED- Adm. Robert B. Carney, commander of Allied forces in southern Europe, dons thr feathered hat ol Italy's Bersa- lien Regiment. Carney took part in the celebration during • farewell visit to his NATO command. He is to be the new \U. S. Chief ol Naval Operations | SI.365. Lots 5 and G. Block 3, Lcachvllle. Ethel Sunders of BlythevUle Special School Dlslrict No, 5. for $5.000. Lot, 6 (rxcppt, south 41 ft,), Block 4, Bugs Addition. Jfinips Hnyrs to Eel and Gnnrpte Cooper, for $800. Lot 7, Block 10, Edwin Robinson Addition. Lillian Williams lo William L, nnd Irrne Rc<:nn. for $300. n lot in SW qimrt-nr, Hoc. 3S-TI6N-H10E. Frpcl T. find FrniiLT.s McGregor to Chnrlrs nnd Peggy R. Sm.Ui, for RHEUMATIC PAIN? KIDNEY-BLADDER IRRITATION? ed in the ground. But Quebec has „ , , „ !»».„„., •• "'° '""eh water, and it is so .-heap' 1 Harori B. and Mane D. Wnght to ; ,.„ hlirncss , t , „, , , ' : Charles and Pc BK y Ray Smith, for Gasp( , s coppor m(MS J,, £ ^ | creel from a development hundreds $1.000. Lot 6, Block 2, Parkview Addition. Susan Moore to 0. R. and Myrtle Arr,burn, for $7,000. Lots 1. 6. 7, 10|<H feet of lot 9, Block and north H feet of Lot a. and north Moore Addition. of miles away. NOTICE TRUCK OWNERS Let us rebuild your worn out truck seats. We repair all rips or upholster entire seat. We also repair auto seat covers. Tailor Made Plastic Seat Covers $35 SMITH MATTRESS CO. Air Base Phone 4819-4522 Gocfira with o Bob DALLAS W)—Police arrested a woman driving down a street, hevfi without benefit of clothing. How- the Iron Curtain and his experiences in the Holy Lund. ever, unlike the legendary Ludy Godivs whose long tresees covered her when she rode horseback through Coventry, England, the pal- las girl wore her hair In » feather- length bob. Read Courier News Classified Adj. LET US KEEP YOUR CLOTHES VVITH EXPERT CLEANING Our modern equipment . . . thorough, expert, car* keeps your clothes sparkling fresh! Add an extra day a week (o your vacation! You'll be surprised to know how little it actually costs to let us do your family laundry. Call 4418 today! LAUNDRY - CLEANERS NOW-MORE THAN EVERJT PAYS TO MAKE UP YOUR MIND ON TH RICHARDSON'S -» (.'ash Grocery Corner of 5th Si Main "FROSTY" Th« Smoother, Deliciously Different Soft Ice Cream Try it «t the RA7.ORRACR DRIVE-IN. Served to You In year car or come into our air conditioned coffee shop. 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