The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1955 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, 11, 1958 Dulles Seems to Have A Knack of Getting Himself into HotWater By JAMES MAHI.OW Associated Press News Analyt4 WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of Slate Dulles has a handy supply of fires and frying pans. He keeps hopping from one to another. It's the way he does things that gets him into it. A month ago, someone in his- • State Department "leaked" the Yalta "^papers to & newspaper on the very day Dulles said they could not be released because they involved national security. Then he ordered that they be released gen- rally. His tactics, in that case will be examined next week by a Senate committee. Democrats Sure The Democrats arc sore at him for his Yalta performance. Now he's in another uproar for the way he treated Edward J. Corsi. This time both Democrats and Republicans are on his back. One Democrat, Rep. Cllcr of New York, intimated he does not think much of Dulles' spine. He said: "I could make a better backbone out of a banana." The Italian-born Corsi, a specialist on immigration problems, is a Republican who not only ran /or mayor in New York City but campaigned for Dulles when the latter unsuccessfully ran for the Senate. Dulles brought Corsi here three months ago as his special aid on immigration p r o b 1 em s. At that time Dulles called Cro.st "my old Iriend" and said he was the "best qualified man" for the job. Congress has put restrictions on Immigration, even on refugees from communism. The Elsenhower administration is committed to loosening up the law. Corsi. soon after coming here, recommended changes. He was pounced on by Rep. waiter (D-Pa), one of the authors ot this country's basic Inw which puts quotas on Immigration. Walter said Corsi has been a member of Communist fronts. Coral denied It. Waller kept up his gunfire. Last week Dulles dropped Corsi. How come? The State Department explained Corsi really hud only been hired for W days. Corsi shot back 11 was the first time he had heard about the BO days, that he wouldn't have taken the job If he lind known that. Had the State Department found out Coral was a security risk? No, the department said, he wasn't being released for security reasons, that a security check on him ; wasn't even finished. Dulles wnfl lambasted by New York Democrats and Republicans • like for what they said was a retreat under the pressures of those who want heavy restrictions on immigration. Dulles said he "reiterated his confidence in Corsi" and offered him another job Which lind nothing to do |Wlth Immigration Inlo this country. JohnW.Wilkes First in Class John Willlnm Wilks or 731 West Main Street. Blythevillc, Ark., placed first in his section during file winter quarter (it [he University of Tennessee College of Medicine In Memphis, according to grade averages compiled by Miss Kate Stanley, registrar. He is continuing his [iflh quarter course of study which began March 28. FOLLOWER—Mary hod a little lamb following her all the lime 1 , but nine^yeur-old Lorji May Gardr.cn "I Petersburg, Kan., Is one up on her. "Twcety Bird." her pet quail, follows her ttll around when not perching on Lora's shoulder. Caruthersville Plans Road-e-o For Youth By SONNY SANDERS CARUTHKHSVILLE — A) Lawrence, president of the Caruther* vine Junior Chamber of Commerce, has announce that plans for the Jay c:c(. i .s to conduct an annual Teenagee Driving Rodeo have been completed, The road-e-o will consist of a written examination itnd a skill test involving driving through four prescribed exercises. Including parking und smooth slopping, Lawrence said. He fitatpd that the contest will be on April 30 or May 7. A definite sight for the rod-e-o has not been selected yet, he said. General chairmen of the project Is Bill Robblns. The local winner will be eligible to compete In the state contest during June in Sikeston. State winners will compete in the national contest July 25-29 In Washington. D. C., with a total of $3,000 hi scholarships to be given away. He said additional Information about the road-e-o will be released (day of April, 1055, the following in the near future and It will Include a list of Jaycees working on the project. Teenagers in Carutheriville who have a driver's license or permit and no record of having traffic violation in the put six months are eligible. La«t year approximately 250,000 teenager* took part in teenage road- c-os in more thiin 1,000 cities. Cue cubic foot of solid coal will generate enough electricity to operate a frozen-food loclcer for 31 day*. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner, in compliance with the terms of the decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chicka.sawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 28th day of February, 1955, wherein H. H. Houchfns, et al., were plaintiffs, No. 12,833, and Tom A. Little and Golclie P, Little, et al., were defendants, will sell at public motion to the highest bidder for cash on a credit of three months, at the front door of the court house between the hours prescribed by law, in the City of Blythcville, Arkansas, on the 20th described real estate: All of Lot Twenty-one (21) and all of the West Eight (8) Feet of Lot Twenty <2Qj, both in Block Thirty-three '33) of the Blythe Addition to the City of Blythcville, Arkansas. Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree in the sum of $29,619.65 with interest at six per cent <6.%) per annum from February 28, 1955, until paid and costs. The purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved security to secure the payment M the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. WITNESS my hand and 'seal of said Court this the 2nd day of April. 1955. SEAL Commissioner in Chancery GERALDINE LISTON, 4/4-11 IN THE CHANCERY COURT, FOR THE CH1CKA8AWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Mary Ellen Martin, Pltf. vs. No. 12,961 Wallace M"artin, Dft. WARNING ORDER The Defendant, Wallace Martin, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Mary Ellen Martin, and upon his failure to do so, said Complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as cleric o/ the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the seal of said court, this 9th day of April, 1955. ' SEAL , ; GERAtfpINE LISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. G. W. Barham, Atty. for PHf. Frank' C. Douglas, Atty. Ad. Litem. 4/11-18-25-5/2 FOHCICFUI* FLOW Venezuela's Orinoco River is so forceful that whore it Hows through the so-called Angostura constriction at Citidad Bolivar, the channel hris been scoured out over the centuries to a depth of 262 feet below sen level. LITTLl LIZ— A clever girl Is one who con take the line o fellow hands her and tiehirrt Up with it. I-NU» Wilson Student In Phi Beta Kappa Helen Harden fo \Tilson hn» been elected to Plii Beta knppn, highest scholastic honor society in the field of liberal arts. Miss Harden is a cenior in the University of Arkansas' School ol Liberal Arts . She is a graduate of Wilson High School. NO ABOUT IT! The RiTiiU-st rrrriReriiUim viilui's tvi;r offrmi 111 Hie nl.vllirvllll;-Maililil ami! See Page Two Of Today's Paper CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service 3 YEARS TO PAY A PAINT JOB Let us write specifications and get several bids. Aluminum Screens and Storm Sash. At prices you can afford. ANEW ROOF of Ccrtain-tced quality. Have us check room and make estimate. Remodeling Or Repairs of all kinds. Big or little, PHONE 3-4551 E.C. 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