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PAQB BWBT BLYTMEVILLB (ARK.)' COURSES NEWB SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6,19S8 Legislator* Wonder: Will-Faubus Ask Assembly To Hike Taxes Next Week? By BAY STEPHENS LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Members of the General Assembly went home for a weekend recess with one question on their minds: Will Gov. Orval Faubus ask them to increase state taxes? Faubus will appear before a joint session of the Legislature Monday afternoon, to discus* "financial and school problems." The governor has refused to disclose what recommendations, if any, he will make toward solving these parallel problems. CHINESE (Continued from Page 1) opinion that in the long run Red China probably would like to end the fighting in the Formosa area. But- the key question is whether the Reds want peace now on any terms which Nationalist China and the United States would even seriously consider. Wse of diplomatic channels has long been considered as one possible means of seeking a peaceful settlement, despite a lack of U.S. diplomatic relations with the Red Chinese. One plan given careful consideration at the State .Department would have Red China negotiate through Great Britain, and Nationalist China through the United States. This might not produce any written or formal agreement but might result in a satisfactory arrangement to stop the fighting. Similarly it could be a preliminary to later U.N. talks if the explorations of the diplomats showed that there was some willisgness on both sides to make peace. The state Department let it be known yesterday it is opposed to a general international conference Itfee that held at Geneva last spring and summer when the fighting in Indochina was halted. Press officer -Henry Suydam said he found rt difficult to imagine that anyone who participated in the Geneva conference and heard Red Chinese Premier Chou En-lai assattt tfee U.N. "in the most intemperate and arrogant language" would want to repeat that experience. Congressional leaders also lined up solidly against any Geneva-type conference, but split on whether further steps should be taken through the U.N. Sen. Knowland (R-Colif), Senate minority leader, said any further bid to the Chinese Communists would "stultify" the U.N. and would indicate it was prepared to "crawl and pay tribute" to the Reds. But Chairman Russell (D-Ga) of the Senate Armed Services Committee said in an interview he thinks it is the policy of the Eisenhower administration "to pursue all honorable means through the TJ.N. to obtain a cease-fire," and that he backs that course. That doesn't mean that I am for appeasement," he added. Sen. H. Alexander Smith (R-NJ), who conferred briefly with Lodge, said he thinks there is a possibility the Chinese Communists' may retreat from their rejection and agree to discuss a cease-fire. "I know one thing," Smith said. "we are not going to give away any territory to get a cease-fire." Sen. Bridges (R-NH), chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee, agreed the United .,,-,, , fK States should not "participate in manly by poultry growers in noith- u-est Arkansas—is far from popular in the Senate. Many senators contend Arkansas can't afford to lose the revenue which the bill would It generally is admitted by members of the Legislature and by Faubus that Arkansas needs additional revenue If It Is to continue an increase state services. The fact that .Faubus asked the Legislature to hear him Monday points to a strong possibility iha the governor will offer something concrete. But, Faubus won't say whether he'll suggest a specific source of new revenue. One of the governor's closest advisors in the state Senate, veteran Roy Milum of Harrison, says he has no idea what Faubus will propose. Extended Sales Tax Another long-time legislator said he understood that, among other things, Faubus will ask that the sales tax be extended to cover such professional services as performed by barbers, bauticians, doctors and lawyers. The possible effect of the governor's recommendations is open to speculation. During the first three weeks, Faubus' proposals have run into little trouble in the House. The Senate has demonstrated no such loyalty to the administration. A good example was provided yesterday when the Senate refused :o put in committee the administration's bill to exempt livestock and; poultry feed from the two per cent i sales tax. j Administration forces, led by i Sen. Guy H. Jones of Conway, promptly demanded a showdown vote, and lost 14-13. The tax exemption bill, a compromise measure drafted by Rep. Clayton Little of Benton County, passed the House, which earlier had defeated a bill to exempt feed, seed and fertilizer from the tax. When the compromise measure arrived in the Senate yesterday afternoon, the clerk began to drone through the routine procedure necessary to place a bill in a Senate committee for consideration. Sen. Oliver Williams of Sheridan objected, however, to the second reading of the bill, and was upheld by the Senate. A senator who backed Williams said opponents of the bill want i to lie dormant in the Senate until they have had a chance to discuss it over the weekend with the voters. Senate Opposition Seen The maneuver, he added, makes certain no action on the bill will be forthcoming next week, since it cnn't be referred to a committee until Monday. A committee is allowed to keep a bill 10 days without acting on it. If Faubus ssks for an extension of the sales tax to cover professional services he is certain to run into Senate opposition Which will want to know: Why take the tax off poultry and livestock feed, at a considerable loss in revenue, and then seek new money by extending that same levy? The exemption bill — sought pri- any conference which is likely to barter away any more of the free world's territory." Sen. Barkley (D-Ky), a Senate foreign Relations Committee member, said lie doesn't believe that any "genuine effort to compose differences over Formosa could be ignored." But he said he is opposed to bypassing the U.N. and thus "whittling down" its authority. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OF JANE No. 2248 BALLARD, DECEASED Notice of Sale The following described property will be sold in accordance with an Order of the Probate Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on February 19,1955, at 10:00 o'clock a. m. at A. R. Ballard residence, Manila, Arkansas. Heal Property North half fN'i) of Lots twenty-five (25) and twenty- six (26) of the C. D. Ashabranner Addition to the City of Manila, Arkansas. Personal Property 1 Living Room Couch, 2 take away. Several others object to failure of poultrymen to assess their chickens for tax purposes. Poultry raisers claim the exem- Uon is absolutely necessary if they are to continue in competition with growers in states which do not collect a sales tax. No one seems lo know what Faubus might suggest as an alternative to the .sales lax extension. The governor has mentioned the possibility of an extension pre - vioiisly, lending credence to reports that IIP will suggest it as a solution to the state's financial ills. Rocking Chairs. 1 Victrola. 1 Small End Table, 1 Sewing Machine. 1 Oil Heater, 1 9 by 12 Wool Rug. 1 9 by 12 Linoleum Rug, 1 4 piece Bed Room Suite. 1 3 piece Bed Room Suite, 1 Steel Wardrobe. 1 Electric Ice Box, 2 Kitchen Tables, 2 Kitchen Chairs, l Wringer-type Washing Machine. Terms of said sale will be cash only. William G. Fox, Administrator of the Estate of Jane Ballard, Deceased. 1/22-29-2/5 The Finest USED TRACTORS Are Traded in on the NEW FORD 600 and 800 TRACTORS You Can Buy Them At Bargain Prices-Easy Terms At SNOW TRACTOR CO. 112 N. Franklin Phoiu 3-8951 Davidson Services Held at Bragg City CARUTHERSVILLU — Funeral services for Abernathy Davidson, 69, were conducted Friday morning at the Baptist Church in Bragg City, Mo. Rev Roy Helt of the Church of God in Kennett officiated. Burial Was in Oak Ridge Cemetery at Kennett with H. S. Smith Funeral Home of Caruthersville in charge. Mr. Davidson, who was a farmer ;nd a retired Church of God minister, died of a kidney infection at Presnell Hospital in Kennett round noon Wednesday. He was born in Benton County, Tenn., on July 4, 1885, and moved to Bragg City in 1939. He married Miss Laura Ann Rowe In Camden, Tenn., in 1906. He is survived by his wife; a son, Buford Davidson of St. Louis, Mo.; seven daughters, Mrs. Jadie Lee Perry, Mrs. Millie Meller, VIrs. Lola Lane, Mrs. Marybelle Wheeler and Mrs. Estelle Inman, all of St. Louis, Mrs. Zular Sanders, of Bragg City, and Mrs. Lal- iie Mae Kramer of Lennex, Calif. Obituary Mary Drake's Sister Passes Mrs. Norris Townsend, sister of Mrs. Mary Droke of Blytheville, died suddenly last night in Baptist Hospital. Memphis. Mrs. Townsend was a long-time employe of Southern Bell Telephone Co., serving as switchboard supervisor at the time of her death. Arrangements for services were not known here this morning. Baugher Rites Are Held Today Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie Baugher will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. today in Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Fred Weaver. Burial will be in Elmwood Cem- etary. Pallbearers include T. A. Eour- land, A. C. Owens, Lloyd Ma this, Meritt Bourlnnd. E. L. Bennett and Chester Powers. LITTLE LIZ— Sometimes strong longuoge Is an indication of weak knT?s. « I""* TU3SY : CLEANSING .: CREAMS j Regular *2 size ; now only **| I '. For dry skin... • ; Ttiisy Emulsified Cleansing fyeam ! * For oily or normal flkin... . Tussy Pink Cleansing Cream " ! Companion Sale '. : TUSSY j j SKIN LOTIONS ] '. $1.75 size now only *1 I ; as-, , £§a t m m . ( '. for dry skin ... I for oily or |TiissyDrySkin ! norms! skin... ) • Freshener ! TiiMySlcin Lotion. * firit'i plui M( ' : WOODS : : DRUG STORE : i ....* ALONG NIXON'S CARIBBEAN TRIP—Above Newsmap shows tentative itinerary for Vice President Nixon on his trip to the Caribbean area. He will leave Washington on Feb. 6, and visit 12 countries before returning to the nation's capital on March 5. His trouble-shooting mission will probably be to ease tensions in an area lone beset by troubles. EVACUATION (Continued from Page 1) • Bruce C. Clarke from Honolulu, was discussing Nationalist infantry problems with the U. S. Military Aid and Assistance group.. Evacuation of the Tachens would bring the United States for the first time directly into China civil war action. It -would take American forces into waters which the Communists consider theirs. No Serious Difference Nationalist spokesmen said there had been no serious difference in U. S. and Nationalist viewpoints. It was hinted that at one time Chiang wanted to hold the Tachens and asked for torpedo boats and enough airplanes to aid in their defense and to protect supply ships. He didn't necessarily want Americans manning the boats and planes. However, the source indicated that the U. S. viewpoint prevailed: Communist capture of-nearby Yi- kiangshan and the Red aerial buildup on the coast have made the Tachens too expensive to hold; the garrison troops and their equipment to some other point of defense where they can be used more effectively. The source said Chiang did not insist on the Quemoy-Mat.su guarantee by name, much as he might have liked It. Meanwhile. China press reports today, said Red China had doubled its air strength on coastal bases near the. Tachens in the last two months. They estimated the Reds have 800 planes of all types in the Hangchow — Ningpo-Chuhsien- Shanghai area. Some observers were more inclined to stick with a figure mentioned 60 days ago —400 planes. Must Exist With Reds, Seaton Says LINCOLN, Neb. <fP\— Asst. Secretary of Defense Fred Seaton said tiday the American people must find ways to exist in the same world with their Communist enemies. "Our central problem of survival consists of finding ways to live with those enemies under terms which effectively serve our interests." Seaton said in an address prepared for delivery before the graduating class at the University of Nebraska. Church News Briefs THE REV. JAMES Rainwater, pastor of First Christian Church, will fill the pulipt at Lake Street Methodist Church tomorrow at 1 p.m. service. SPECIAL SERVICES at Temple Israel at 3 p.m. will commemorate the 300th anniversary of the Jewish religion in North America. Several Blytheville pastors are on the program, which is open to the public. SeMo Students Get Offices Two Arkansas State College fraternities have chosen officers for the spring semester. Eddie Rainey of Senath was elected alumni secretary and Gary Lee Wilson of Caruthersville was elected conductor of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Federal National Mortgage Association and R. O. Deming, Jr., as Trustee, Pltfs. vs. No. 12906 Nathan Robinson and Delsa Mnrie Robinson; Marshall Taylor and Jewell Taylor; and Barney W. Payne and Hazel Payne, Dfts. WARNING ORDER The defendants, Nathan Robinson. Delsa Marie Robinson, Marshall Taylor, Jewell Taylor, Barney W. Payne, and Hazel Payne, are hereby warned to appear within 30 days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plantiffs, Federal National Mortgage Association and R. O. Deming, Jr., as Trustee. Dated this 4th day of February, 1955- GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. (SEAL) Reid & Surge, Attys. for Pltfs. James W. Steinsiek, Atty. ad Lftem 2 5-12-19-26 YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE: The House of Perfect Sound & Projection Saturday I^f JO Sunday mi Monday February 5-6-7 —JACK CARSON CHARLES BICKFOR „ „_.. fBw NCONAN SOS|"H'ARTT STciwpfHONic_SouNo A TfiANSCOHA ENTERPRISES WOOUCTtON ~~"'«"«" Mendes-France (Continued from Page 1) sition than to express parliamentary decision. Plnay Mentioned Who might succeed him was hard to say. Coty announced he would start his consultations with parliamentary leaders this morning. But it was . believed unlikely that they would come up quickly with a successor who could get the support of a majority in the Assembly. Among those mentioned as possible choices were ex-Premier Antoine Pinay, who managed to stop France's spiraling inflation when he was In office two years ago, and Edgar Faure, also a former Premier, Faure was named foreign minister by Mendes-France only last week. Pinay is considered a conservative and is certain to draw the opposition of the Socialists, whose 105 members make them the largest single faction in the chamber. Some of Pinay's followers insist he will not accept a bid at this time, preferring to wait until another man has piloted the Paris accords on West German rearmament through the Senate. The Assembly already has approved the pacts admitting a rearmed West Germany into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization but a fight is expected when they come up for a ratification vote in the Senate late this month. U.S • VI (Continued from Page !•) Rusaii and China. Other Incident! Previously announced Incidents: 1. Nov. 6, 1051, Navy P2V with crew of 10 shot down over international waters over Sea of japan, presumably by Russians. 2. Oct. 7, 1952. Soviet fighters shot down U.S.B29 with crew of eight over Japanese Hokkaido. 3. March 15, 1953, U.S. RB50 reconnaissance bomber attacked by Soviet fighters off Kamchatka, Siberia. Noserious damage. 4. July 29, 1953, Soviet fighters shot down U.S. RB50 with crew of n over international waters In Sea of Japan. ' 5. Sept. 4, 1954, Red MIGs shot down Navy P2V over Sea of Japan southeast of Vladivostock, one ensign lost. 6. Nov. 7, 1054, MIGs shot down RB29 photomapping plane over east coast of Hokkaido, one man lost. In addition there was a Navy Neptune shot down by Red gunfire off Swatow, China, Jan. 18, 1953, and another Navy plane shot down searching for its survivors with a total of 11 men lost. Peiping radio has claimed shootind gown some MENTIONED-Career diplomat Donald Heath Is reported in line as the next U. S. ambassador to Lebanon. He formerly served as U. S. ambassador to Indo-Chlna. U.S. planes it said were Intruding over Red Chinese territory. It claims the 13 Americans now held on spy charges <were shot down over Manchuria. Roseland Woman Studies at ASTC Miss Bonnie Sheppard of Roseland is carrying on directed teaching as a home economics major at Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway. She is pratice teaching at Cabot and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Sheppard. With The Courts CHANCERY F.B z Frank J. Wagner, Builders Supply, vs. Sam Johns. Federal National Mortgage Association vs. Nathan Robinson. A divorce was granted Minnie Sims atTl Jim Sims. HALSELL SCHOOL OF DANCING 209'/i W. Main Ph. 3-6391 Open 2 P.M. to 10 P. M. You can quickly learn all the newest dance steps under our expert instruction. • FOX TROT • RHUMBA • WALTZ .TANGO • JITTERBUG • SAMBA -MAMBO- Come in & Let Us Analyze Your Dancing! FIRST LESSON FREE! Call for Appointment! Owned & Operated by Roy E. Halsell COMING SOON Bob Logan Announces a Beautiful New Porcelain Enamel Texaco Service Station Now Under Construction (Station Will Be Leased Locally! at the Corner of Ash and Division Tour With Texaco ... 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