The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1955 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, I960 BLYTHEVI1.I.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Arkonsons in Woshington; Arkansas Jim Trimble Is Just Plain. Lucky; Faubus to Be Guest By GORDON BROWN WASHINGTON (AP) —'Rep. Jim Trimble (L> Ark) is just plain lucky. He fell heir to a "captive" audience in the House when he accused tlio Budget Bureau of "frustrating" the will of Congress on ihe river development program. Normally when a House member makes a speech under "special orders" at the close of the day's business, there are only a handful of members on hand. And usually these are there because they are waiting to make speeches of their own. But when Trimble took the floor, 150 or 200 House members were on hand. Most of them were Repub- out the Republicans licans. It turned were just waiting for Trimble to finish so they could use the chamber for a party caucus. tiuest at Brunch Gov. Orval Faubus, accompanied by his wife and his aide, J. L. Bland, will ge guest of the Arkansas State Society here Sunday. May 1. at "brunch." the society's annual The Arkansas society affair will be at the Sheritan Park Hotel and will include a reception. Faubus will make a short talk. Navy Commander E. Scott Mc- Cust.ey is slated to be new President of the society. New Encouragement Arkansas members of Congress got mw encouragement over prospects for eventual development of the Arkansas Elver when Army Engineers recently took the big project off its "deferred" list and placed it in the active classification. This doesn't, mean, however, that there will be any big or immediate start on the program, but at least it is out where it can get on the rack. As a starter. Rep- Brooks Hays (D-Ark) and Sen. McClellan ID- Ark) likely will make a try this year for funds to start construction of the proposed Dardanelle multiple purpose dam, upstream from Little Bock. This is one of the starting projects In the overall program. One block in the path of the Dardanelle dam, however, is an Army Engineer contention that one or two sedimentation dams first should be built upstream in Oklahoma. These are the Keystone and Eu.'aula dams. However, Hays said Dardanelle could be started and then Eufaula or Keystone could come immediately behind. In putting the Arkansas River program on the active list, the engineers put the damper on power features of several of the. proposed dams, namely Keystone, Oologah, Webber Falls and Ozark. First Word Rep. E. C. (Took) Gainings (D-Ark) put out the first public r. SOME SHOTGUN — World'i most valuable shotgun is inspected by s visitor at San Francisco. Made in I860, the ornately carved weapon is valued at $25,000 by its owner, Harold Smith of Reno, Nev. KOOIVENT ALUMINUM AWNIN6S FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL NOW Ph. 3-4293 SMITH AWNING CO. 113 8. First Paint Closeout Man; TTP» >»' CtlMI i Price Hubbord Hardware word the other day on an Important decision by a , cabinet levei group lor exporting some 2& million hundredweight of surplut United States rice to Japan under the surplus commodity act. The news was Important in two respects: First, '-ecause it is o means of making a big dent in the United States rice surplus and, second, because it was a victory ot the Agriculture Department over the State Department. State had sought to tie some strings to the transaction which wuold have prevented sale of any United Slates rice to southeastern Asia countries and any sales at below the domestic price. After the decision became known, Oathings told the House that Secretary of Agriculture Benson was to be commended for his 'firm stand" against "dictates of our State Department." night to File Claim The House recently passed and sent to the Senate a bill to give Raymond George Palmer, (2020 Marshall St.) Little Rock, the right to file a claim with the Bureau of Employes Compensation for the loss of his eyesight. Palmer, » reserve officer, was a Civilian Conservation Corps commander In the 1930's. During that period he began having eye trouble. In IMS he was called to active service but subsequently became blind and was given an honorable discharge. Because he had served less than 30 days with the Army — other than with the CCC — the bureau declined to consider his case. The House Judiciary Committee told the House that by ail the rules of equity and justice, Palmer, who had served his country 11 years, should be permitted to submit his claim. The bill was introduced by Rep. Hays. Rabbits Need Woodchucks BEAVER ISLAND, Mich. Ifl — The Beaver Island Game Club has nsked the State Conservation Department to ship > supply of woodchucks to this Lake Michigan island to dig holes tor rabbits. That's right. It. seems there are few cottontail rabbits here because there aren't many holes In which they can live. Rabbits don't dig their own; they borrow holes from other animals. LITTLE HOME ON WHEELS A little spci-iaim examines ih? i —a trailer for • two-wheeled scontei Shown al the Touring and the trailer accommodates two. uesi In European transportation Holiday Show In Paris. France, Lack of State Money May Halt Construction of Armories LITTLE ROCK if) — The Arms- wants to build 14 National Guard armories In Arkansas, but the state probably will not be able to provide the necessary matching money. An Arkansas National Guard officer said here yesterday that "H is a little matter of money" that will prevent the construction of the buildings at points throughout the state. Col. Ernest McDaniel, chief of supply for the Arkansas National Guard, said the veto of a $300,000 appropriations bill by Gov. Orval Faubus meant the end of the program as far as Arkansas is concerned. Information on the Army construction program became public Monday in Washington. The army also wants to construct eight ar- Gen. Partridge To Head CAD WASHINGTON Lfl — The Air Force announced Monday that Gen. Earle E. Partridge will head the Continental Air Defense Command and that Lt. Gen. Laurence S. Kuter will succeed him as air commander in the Far East. Kuter is head of the air university at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. Partridge, who has been Far East Air Force commander since last year, will replace the retiring Gen. Benjamin W. Chldlaw. The Continental Air Defense command, with headquarters at Colorado Springs, Colo., has direct control of air, sea and ground forces assigned to the defense of the United States against air attack. SPECIAL BILL The $100,000 bill of the United States bears the likeness of Woodrow Wilson. It la for use only In transactions between the Federal Reserve System and the Treasury Department. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY THE BOURBON DE LUXE COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.' THIS WHISKEY IS 4 YEARS OLD. 66 PROOF. WE RENT • HOSPITAL BEDS . . .• BABY BEDS • ROLLAWAY BEDS • USED REFRIGERATORS • USED WASHERS WADE FURNITURE CO. niories in Louisiana and nine In Mississippi. National Guard Armories were proposed for Little Rock, North Little Rock, DeWitt, B e e b e , Wynne, pznrk, Morrilton, De- Queen, Berryville, Hazen, Sheridan and Warren. The Army wor-» pay three- fourths of the cost. The state would pay one-fourth. The Arkansas program would Involve a total cost of $1,085,000. McDaniel said there was a possibility that some of the designated cities would try to rnise matching funds for the federal grants on their own. McDaniel declined to specify which of the cities were planning to raise their own funds. "I don't feel free to say," he said. "It would put them on the spot." Tcltvision — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Chonntl 5, & WHBQ Chaniwl 13 WMCT Channel I HYdiH-silay nUlit April 21 «:(X) SuptTiniUi 6:30 Cisco Kill 7.00 TV Tin-litre 8£Q This Is -Your Life 8;30 Mr District Attorney 9:00 Kddli- omtor B:30 News Hcporier B:« llcqurst Performance 10:15 Woflther 10;2tl Tonight 11:00 Mystery Theatre tl;30 Sign Off Thursday. April 28 6:50 Meditation 7 '00 Today 7 :05 NOWS 7:M Today 7:55 WcuUicr 8:llO Dlny Dons School S';iO siorylnml H;-t5 Shopping ftt Home 9:00 Home Show 10:00 TennesM'e Enita Foril 10:30 KfSthcr Your Nest 11:00 Chiifin with Cathy lt;15 Way of the World 11:30 Homemnker'i Program 12:00 News 12:13 Farm News 12:30 TV Movie Matinee 1:00 Ted Muck Matinee 1:JO Clrratm Gift 1:45 (-'oncoming MUf Mnrlowe ' 2:00 Hawkins Full* 2:15 First Love 3:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 2:-15 Modern Romincra 3:00 pinky Lee Show 3:;u> Howdy Doody <:00 Movltt Time 500 Cartoon Time 5:15 Interesting Pcraon 5 25 Weatherman 5:30 Dlimh Shorn J»:44,N«*\V!t Ctiriivftn 6:00 Oroudm Marx 6-JO I Led Three Lives 7:00 Dragnet 7 :3fl Tht'HUfl 8:00 Video Theatre 9:00 Pliiyhouse of Slarn fl;3Q Nt'ws Reporter DMS Drama 10:15 Weather 10:20 Tonight 11:00 Mystery Theatr. 11:30 Sign OK WHBct Channel 13 Wednesday nlrht April 27 6:00 Godfrey 4: Freudi 7:00 The Millionaire 7:30 Who Said That 8:00 Flr.lUs 8:45 Sports Show 0:00 1'vo Clot, a Secret 9:30 Do You Know Why 8:35 Nftmu's the Same 10:05 Went her 10:10 News 10:15 Lute Show Thursday, April 28 6:55 Farm News 7.00 Morning Show 7:25 Mid South NaWB 7:30 Morning Show 7:55 Memphis News 8;00 Onrry Moore 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Vnllnnt I.Ady 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search For Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Lltfht 11:00 Stay Young With Joy« 11:15 Road 4 of Life 11:30 Welcome Traveler! 12:00 News 13:03 Snicker Pltcken 12:30 House Party 1:00 Bis Payorr 1:30 L&rty of the HOUR* 1:45 Dob Crosby 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret tSorm 2:30 On Your Account 3:00 Early Show 4:30 Mars Patrol 5:00 Weather 5:05 News 5:15 Western Theatr* 5:30 Doug Edwards 5:45 Jane Froman 6:00 Ray Millftnd 6:30 Climax 7:30 Four Star PlayhouM 8;00 Public Defender 8:30 Dnymon Runyon 8:00 T-Men in Action 0:30 Do Yon Know Why 9:35 Ozzle & Harriet 10:05 Weather 10:10 News 10:15 Late Show Abandons Gallows BALTIMORE ITJ—Maryland, one of 12 states which still executes by hanging, will abandon its gallows next year. Gov. Theodore R. McKcldin signed a bill Monday nlpht which substitutes the gas chamber. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery I Court for the Chickasuwba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, made and entered on the 29th day of March, 1055 in a certain cause tNo, 12,910) then pending therein between Federal National Mortgage Association and Powell D. Han-is, us Successor Trustee, and Shirley C. Covlngton and Cora M. Coving ton. and Prtiltt E. Fowler and Thclma Fowler, defendants, the undersigned, AS Commissioner of said Court, wilt offer for sale at public venue,to Uie highest bidder at (lie South door of the County Court House In the City of Blythe- vllle, Arkansas, at 11:00 o'clock A.M., on the llth day of May, 1955, the following described real estate situated in the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to wit; Lot Nine (9). Black "E", John B. Walker Second Subdivision to the City of Blythe- vllle, Arkansas. TERMS OP SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of snld court in said cause, with approved security, bearing Interest at the rate of 4% per annum from date 01 sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. GIVEN under my hand this Iflth day of April, 1955. SEAL QERALDINE LISTON, Commissioner in Chancery. Reid ft Burge, Attys. for PHf. 4/20-27-5/4 112 W. Main Phone 3- High Quality! Low Price! STERLING SILVER AND CRYSTAL GLASS ! COASTER ASH TRAY Traditional Gadroon Border «(• WIM» POTII«T Sparkling \ Elegante at a VERY SPECIAL | For your riome « or (or- ; Gift giving SPLENDID VALUE! COME IN AND SEE OUR NEW POTTERY LINES BABY GIFT SPECIAL! DURING OUR GRAND RE-OPENING CELEBRATION Never tuch dortiing brilliant* ot to low o pfk«l W* ofltl a Irulf remark•bit buy ot (Kit lew pric«[ CHECK THIS LISTI WATCHES 3 Ladles 17 Jewel Bcnrlls Watches, Rculllar price $71.51) Thompson's price. $42.90 3 Ladles 17 Jewel Benrus Watehu, Ri'j«l»r pike IIMI.M Thompson's price $38.70 1 Men's 17 Jewel Beiirux Calendar Watches, Regular price.. .$71.50 Thompson's price . .$12.90 2 Rhinestone Cocktail Watches 17 Jewel, Ret. price $49.95 * $.19.85 Thompson's price $21.88 * $19.88 3 Cniwfoi-il Calendar Watches, 17 Jewels, Regular price $49.95 Thompson's price $24.88 11 Waterproof Shock proof 17 Jewel W»tche«, Regular price.. .$37.5(1 Thompson's price , $24.88 in Stnmlartl movement 17 Jewel Watches, Regular price ,.$32.59 Thompson's price $18.88 MANY OTHER WONDERFUL WATCH BUYS ... COME IN ANT) CHECK OUR PRICES. WE HANDLE ALL NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS. SPECIAL PURCHASE FOR THIS SALE ONLY AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR DIAMOND RINGS INTERLOCKING »KT« m Regular Pric* 169.50 Sale Price - - $99.50 tiles 11 dliimntiil dinner ring . Regular price $285.00 . a gorgeous creation. Thompson's special price $180.50 ,:i(Uos flrlllliUiUy w.l dinner ring ... I carat total weight diamonds Regular $675.00. Thompson's special price $388.00 Ladles 18 diamond dinner ring . . . Inoks very expensive. He*. price 5275.00. Thompson's special price S 159.50 riles ?i carat solitaire . . . exceptionally good color, cut and proportion. RCK. price, $850.00. Thompson's aprclal price. .$11)9.00 Ladies '/, wirnl solitaire ... set In glistening I4K white gold . . . RCR. price $1(19.50. Thompson's special price $88.00 PLEASE KEEP IN MINI) . . . THESE STONES ARE OF COOD QUALITY, Cirr, COLOR AND PROPORTION. THEY ARE GUARANTEED AM) BONDED IN WRITING. INSURED FOR ONE YEAR FREE. FREE! Come in and Register for the Genuine, Bonded $ 100 00 Diamond Ring to be given away Saturday, April 30th. No obligation to buy. Thompson Jewelers 114 W. Main St. Phone POplar 3-8381

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