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TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 195B BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FTVB Disney, Thomas, Gobel Dominate TV's Seventh. Annual'E mmy f Awards By JAMES BACON HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Walt Disney and Danny Thomas, clutching two Emmies apiece, today proved that television has three solid networks. The two ABC stars, along with NBC's George Gobel and Loretta Young, plus Art Carney and Audrey Meadows of the CBS's Jackie Gleason Show, dominated last night's seventh annual Emmy awards of the Television Academy. The show, sparkling with entertainment, was nationally televised over NBC-TV. Disney, already the possessor of 22 movie Oscars, won an Emmy for the best variety series on TV. And his "Operation Under Sea," an episode in the Disneyland series, was adjudged the best individual program of the year. Caruthersville News' B? SONNY SANDERS Dr. Taylor Reveley, a college chaplain and Bible professor at Southwestern in Memphis, opened a series of services at the Presbyterian Church here Sunday morning. The service will continue through Wednesday evening. During World War H he was a chaplain in the Army and has been a minister in Virginia. He also has been a college athletic instructor. He holds B. A. and B. D. degrees and at one time he was chaplain for students at Duke University. The new Westside Baptist Mission at 1206 Juliet Avenue was formally dedicated Sunday afternoon. Rev. Bobby Ehands, minister of a Baptist Church in Olive Branch, Miss., was the main speaker. Rev. Shands was pastor of the mission here when it was first organized about three years ago. Mrs. T. L. Chidester of Sikeston, Mo., was the speaker at a meeting of Kiwanis Club Monday evening of lats week. President of the Cotton Boll Girl Scout Area Council, she told what she thought were the benefits girls who are Scouts receive. The mother of Circuit Clerk Bob Rushing is reported to he improving in a Blytheville hospital. She is suffering from a heart ailment. Mrs. Gene Lewis and three-year- old son, Gene Lewis Jr.. both underwent tonsillcctomies at Peml- scot County Memorial Hospital in Hayti Friday morning. They sre reported to be doing fine. Jerry Dudley also underwent a tonsillectomy at the hospital in Hayti last week. He's reported to be in satisfactory condition. Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Aquino recently returned from a vacation in Georgia and Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Darr spent the last weekend of February in Cairo, 111., visiting in the home of Coach Don Cross, former head football coach here. Gene Lewis and Jack Weatherspoon were in Cape Girnrdeau Weriensday on business. They attended an exhibit of a 1955 line of refrigerators. Mrs. Amanda Shepard is vacationing in California. Mrs. Trcne Aquino is visiting friends in Memphis. Lcroy Cravens, a freshman Southeast Missouri State College Cape Ginirdeau, spent the weekend here visiting with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Albert Cravens. Bcrnice Cain, also a freshman at the Cape Girnrdenu college, visited over the weekend with her mother. Mrs. Jnnet Cain. Wendell Crow, who attends the Thomas, star of Make Room for Daddy, was named the best actor In a regular series. His show was selected the best situation comedy series, John Daly of ABC' won for being the best news reporter, and the U, S, Steel Hour, also on ABC, was named the best dramatic series. « Out of 21 The six awards out of a possible 2! gave ABC Its healthiest showing yet In the awards. NBC and CBS, which heretofore had dominated the annual awards, got seven apiece. The remaining award, went to the syndicated series' Stories of the Century, which is not confined to one network. This series won in the best Western or adventure series category, Loretta Young became the first actress in Hollywood history to hold both a movie Oscar and Emmy. She said the thrill "was equal in both cases." She was named the best actress in a regular series. George Gobel. in his first year on TV, climaxed a meteoric rise by being named television's outstanding new personality. Carney and Miss Meadows were named best supporting actor and actress in a regular series. Other Awards Other awards: Best cultural, religious or educational program: Omnibus. ' Best sports program: Gillette Calvacade of Sports. Best children's program: Lassie. Best daytime program: Art Linkletter's House Party. Best Western or adventure series: Stories of the Century. Best audience guest participation or panel program: This is Your Life. Best actor in a single performance: Robert Cummings, "Twelve Angry Men," Studio One. Best actress in a single performance: Judith Anderson, "Macbeth," Hallmark Playhouse. Best male singer: Perry Como. . Best female singer: Dinah Shore. Best mystery or intrigue series: Dragnet. Best situation comedy series: Make Room for Daddy. Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Real Estate Transfers: Willie' and Fannie Dickens to K. H. Nunn, $10 and other considerations, lot 5, block 2, Sunnyside Add. V. O. and Marie Wilkinson to LeRoy and Estella Dortch, $1,600, lot 3, block 3, Matthews 2nd Add. Bessie Hovey to Magnolia courts Inc., $10 and other considerations, part of lot 22, SW 1|4, SW 1|2 fo 10-15n-llE, Davis 2nd Add. Rachel and Allen Long and Allen and Lillie Baledge to Bernard and Alberta Baldge, S15.00, NW 1:2- NE 1|4 Of 11-15N-8E. Eddie and Rovene David to H. T. Lewis, $1, lot 3, block 1, David Acres Subd. Fostine G. Bean to Louie and Martha Smothermon, $10 and other considerations, W-34 1 of Lot 3 and E-31' of lot 4, block F. Richards Add. Fred and Ruth Fleeman, Russell and Dorothy Fleeman, Charles and Nell Pleeman, Nellie Townsend and Hazel Fleeman Klllian to E. C. Fleeman, $6,000, W l|2-lot 10, 11 and 12, block 1, Manila. Fred and Ruth Fleeman. Russell and Dorothy Fleeman, Charles and Nell Pleeman, Nellie Fleeman and Hazel Fleeman Townsend to Eugene C. Fleeman, NW corner, lot 12, block 1, Manila. Joe and Alta Johnston to Billy and Geraldine Davis, $900, lot 8, block 7, Country Club Drive Add. Chester and Ruth Caldwell to Chester A, Caldwell, Jr. and Dan H. Cladwell, $60,000, Nip, 12-14N- 10E. Bertie Green to Pearl Lewis, $10 and other considerations, lot 7, block 4, David Acres Subd. Rena Bailey to Bryon and Mary Morse, $1, lot 11, block 2. P. J. O'Brien Add., and tot 7, block '4, E. W. Robinson Sudb. St. Francis Levee District to E. B. Chitwood, S42.43. lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15, block 3 of West End Subd. Letha Mick Gillispie to C. R. and Lona Cronk. $1,000, lot 2, block 9, Ruddle Hieghts Add. R. T. and Nora M. Patterson to Stanley and Mae Brock, S20.000, N 1J2 of NW l;4 of 11-15N-8E; 50.93 acres. W. R. and S. M. Densmore to Oscar Densmore, SW Ijt-NE 1|4 ol 26-14-9. Prisoner Wants His Money Back COLUMBUS. Ohio lf\ — Denver Pursley wants his $80.92 back. Police disclosed yesterday Pursley's money disappeared from police custody while he was held in ctly jail. Pursley. 27, of Akron, recently was released after being held for investigation by federal authorities. Columbus Police Chief George W. Scholer said inmates' money usually is put in envelopes and placed in a prison safe. Ordering an investigation, the chief announced "some changes will be made" in the police system of handling inmates' properly. college in Cape, spent the weekend here visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Crow. Joe Anders, who is a student at Memphis State College, spent the t i weekend here visiting with his par- n j en'.s. Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Anders Bob Dickson. a Memphis State freshman, visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs M. E. Dickson. Bill Lyell and son, Jerry, returned home February 27 after spending a few days in Texas on business. OPPORTUNITY KNOCKED RAYMOND ZAGHRY 118 N. 2nd. Insurance Agency Phone 3-8S15 Abraham's Tourist Court MODERN ROOMS—VENTILATED HEAT REASONABLE RATES $1.50 Single 3.00 Single with bath 4.00 Double with bath South Highway 61 Plenty of parking room Beer By The Case Budweiser $4.40 Griesedieck 3.90 Falitaff 3.90 ABRAHAM'S CAFE ASH and BROADWAY Actress Seeks Divorce SANTA MONICA, Calif. W— Film actress Anne Francis is suing motion picture producer Bamlet L. Price Jr. for divorce. She charges cruelty. The couple married in 1952. Another good way to prevent losing your shirt is to roll up your sleeves. *nri» r RARE FOURSOME—Quadruplets are about as rare in sheep as in human beings, and that's why Kenny Wood, left, is proudly displaying his Hampshire sheep foursome. The 17-year-old high school student at Sandorus, 111., is raising 33 Hampshire and Shropshire sheep as a class project. At right is Don Coil, agriculture instructor at the hish school. Doctors Crossed By Cold ' LONDON W — A team of Royal Air Force doctors reported today that the cussed little bug which causes the common cold has crossed them up on an experiment. The doctors divided 200 volunteers into two groups. For six months 100 of them Jived in barracks irradiated with ultraviolet light, which kills many germs. The other group lived In an unprotected barracks. The results of the experiment; an average of 12 per cent of the men in the irradiated barracks caught colds each week, against only 7 per cent of the unprotected group. When cane seats on chairs begin to sag, sponge them with hot water to which salt has been added. This takes up the slack. Boulevard Is 'Un-Brirish' LONDON W) — Housing Minister Duncan Sandys ruled yesterday that the word "boulevard" is un- British. Rejecting the name "Park Lane Boulevard" for a proposed new street near London's Hyde Park, Sandys explained in a letter to the London County Council: "I cannot believe it Is really your intention to import foreign expressions of this kind into London's street names," The housing minister is Prime Minister Churchill's son-in-law. London already has a "Park Lane" — the city's most gilded residential thoroughfare. Esther Cleveland, who was born Sept. 9, 1893, was the only child of a U. S. President born in the White House. Both Wrong MONTGOMERY, Ala. HI — Billy Kelton awoke and sleepily felt the bedspread sliding away. He thought his wife was pulling It. His wife thought he was pulling It. When Kelton finally opened his eyes, he saw the bedspread disappear out the window. A burglar escaped with it. 1139.95 to (189.95. Easy torn. Liberal trade-in. Come In today. Adams Appliance Co. Inc. MANILA NEWS By Ruth Home Mrs. Glina Braden, member of the Manila school faculty, has been appointed Grand Representative to the Grand Chapter at Ontario, Canada. This appointment was made by Mrs. Katherine ¥. Green, Worthy Grand Matron, and the presentation was by Mrs. Marion Nelson, Deputy Grand Lecturer, when she paid a homecoming visit to the Monette Chapter. Mrs. Braden is Past Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star in Monette. Manila Future Farmers presented a program in chapter to celebrate national FFA week. The program was under the direction of L. K. Kolt, faculty sponsor. Those taking part on the program were James Harris. Larry Robinson, Raymond Mullican. Gene Baugher. Dean Wagner, Kibel Holt, Morris Dean Jackson, Cliff Lane, Charles Steen, and Melba Cornish, FFA sweetheart, who sang "I'm in Love with a Boy in the FFA" and "This Old House". She will enter the county contest in Etytheville March 22. Superintendent Roy Ashabranner and Principal Leo Cummings were made honorary members of FFA. the EASTMAN KODAKS Movie Cameras KIRBY DRUGSTORES ORDER NOW... ol IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! IT'S %-,,. *-/* V9 ^fr-c^v/ / \4 (' I Wi'^~^^~~r^-y VM**> •£? \ f *i A G A I N...^ V Dress FeatwlNfl the EXCLUSIVE all wkH* DUO-TONE light r«fl«ctlnj process. for Color l»tlc<—Mil IStlMATI Smith Awning Co. Blythevillc, Ark. f "!'i c *'^, 113 S. First Ph.3-4293 !••••••••.. MAIL COUPON TODAY , »NMMil.i^ NAMt lT»£tT • C'TT ., He Saved $38,50 But Spent $90 LEXINGTON, Ky. UP) — John B Sheeny had a chance yesterday to save a S38.50 repair job on hiy automobile. "Drive fast three or four miles,' a mechanic told him, "and you won't have to pay for the carbon elimination job." Sheeny was arrested for doing 9C miles an hour while trying tc "blow out" the carbon. He was fined $90. Read Courier News Classified Ads Make Your .Whiskey OLD AMERICAN » eimuiit tt^ini tutu, ity HEAT DISHWATER ON RANGE? Or • THE "ALWAYS PLENTY" WAY! To solve your household problem of plenty of hot water, whenever you need it, install > HEATMASTER automatic water healer. Generously thick insulation and the most advanced principles ot heat transfer assure you the maximum hot water with the minimum fuel cost. And your HEATMASTER automatic water heater i« adjustable for exactly the temperature you prefer. Buy From Your Plumber or Plumbing & Hearing Dealer MIDSOUTH PLUMBING SUPPLY COMPANY (Wholesale Distributors) Rear 213-215 W. Walnut BLYTHEVILLE Ph.3-8353 388 E. Johnson JONESBQRO Ph - 2 ' 3562 1° Ladies in the Manila Methodist ,'| Churches will entertain junior and , senior girls and boys basketball j teams, junior and senior cheerlead- :. ers and coaches with a supper at. the Baptist Church Thursday night. Mrs. William Edwards is chair-1 man in charge of arrangements. v Billy Fox has been named chairman of the Manila Red Cross drive. Now Your Service Bill Comes To You On. a New, Handier Form ... .ITAII. NO MONEY DOWN • SMill KONIHIY PSYMENIS No more envelope to fuss with, because from now on your service bill will be coming to you on this new, handier form. It's easy to read. It's easy to handle. What's more, both electric and natural gas service will appear on the same bill—already totaled for your convenience. New electronic equipment makes this possible. Each bill is checked and double-checked before it's sent out, practically eliminating the possibility of human Fatter billing results from this new, time-saving system, which cuts our postage and mailing costs con- . . . on a postcard like this siderably—another step in our continuous program of reducing non-essential expenditures in order to keep the cost of our service as low as possible. For many of our customers this means that youz statement for service rendered will reach you sooner after your meter is read, thereby making the "due date" earlier. We very much regret the necessity of this inconvenience, and this first month will allow an extra seven days before the gross bill becomes payable. We hope you like this new bill form, and we hope you'll let us know if there are any further questions regarding it. Ark-Mo Power Co.

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