The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1954 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, MAY "4, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWfl ARKANSAS COLLEGE CHOIR — Composed of 24 voices, the Arkansas College Choir, under the direction of Dorothy Landis Gray, will appear at the 11 a. m. services of First Presbyterian Church here on Sunday. The choir is on its annual tour of central and eastern Arkansas. James Linan (first on left, fourth row), of Leachville, is a member of the group. Egyptian Court Sentences Two Rich Brothers CAIRO, Egypt (#)—Egypt's Revolutionary Court slapped long prison sentences today on .the Abul Fath brothers, two of Egypt's leading press tycoons. Neither man will go to jail but one may lose a million dollars or his newspapers. The three-man . military court found the two brothers, Mahmoud and Hassein Abul Fath, guilty of activities against the interests of the Egyptian state. Mahmoud was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment and confiscation of 358,438 pounds ($1,033,197) of his personal fortune, which the court said had been "illegally earned." Mahmoud, a former senator-of the Wafdist party, is now in Europe and was tried in absentia. His brother Hussein was sentenced to lo years in prison but the court suspended the sentence. A member of the court later said he -doubted Mahmoud had enough cash assets in Egypt to meet the confiscation f order. He added that the government then might confiscate the brothers' newspaper properties — Al Misri, the former Wafdist organ, which claims to be the largest daily 'in the Middle East, and a company which publishes Cairo's two leading French- language journals and a leading English-language morning paper. The two brothers ' had been haled up as part of a crackdown on the press by the military regime following Premier Gamabl Abdel Nasser's recent victory in his struggle for power with President Mohamed Naguib. Mahmoud, who has been living in Europe and the United States in recent years, was accused particularly of propagandizing against the military junta which ousted ex-King Farouk and now controls the government. No Christmas Trees? VICTORIA W — A campaign to eliminate Christmas trees is being urged on the British Columbia go- ernment by Bert Price, Social Credit member of the legislature from Vancouver. "Wholesale slashing of Christinas trees may one day imperil the lumber industry," he says. Youth Throws Worship Into Wild Turmoil SYDNEY, Apstralia MB — A small boy visiting the U. S. destroyer O'Bannon took only three minutes to throw the warship into turmoil yesterday. The boy — one of 10,000 visitors — wandered to the vessel's bridge and pulled every lever within reach. In rapid succession he: Sounded the general alarm, calling the crew to battle stations. Sounded the chemical alarm, Ordered full speed ahead all engines with the ships telegragh. He was just about to send a message on the destroyer's heliograph to the U. S. carrier Tarawa moored astern when the O'Bannon's deck officer sprinted onto the bridge to find out what was going on. Feeds His Prisoner As soon as his mate starts nesting, the rinoceros hornbill seals her into a hollow tree. He leaves a small opening for her bill to stick out- and brings her food until the brood is hatched. you can buy today? Whet's the biggest bargain How about electricity? Of course, your electric bill may be bigger than it used to be, but the facts are that in the last 15 years the price per kilowatt-hour of electricity has actually gone down ! What boosts your bill is the fact that today you use 2 to 3 times as much, if you're an average user. Just think for a minute of all the electric appliances you can enjoy today: automatic washer, ironer (ironing in half the time!), mixer, food freezer (sweet June peas in January I), dishwasher (no more dishpan hands!), vacuum cleaner, disposal unit —to name just a few fime-and-work savers, many of which didn't even exist 15 years ago. Small wonder if your bill looks bigger. But look at all you're getting for it! And at a price so low that electricity is still the biggest bargain in the family budget today! ARE THEKE"-CBS television-witness history's great eventi Ark-Mo Power Co. Building Permits and Real Estate One building permit was issued by the city engineer last week to Paul Atkins for the construction of a four-room frame residence valued at $2,000 at 1T20 Washington street. Real estate transfers recorded in the circuit clerks office last week were: William and Roberta Walker to Truman and Freda Meador. for $5.000, a lot in Block A, William Lee Walker first Subdivision. Dennis and Frances Damesworth to H. C. and Margaret Campbell, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 12, Block 2, Ruddle Heights Addition. H. C. and Margaret Campbell to A. T. and Alberta Walton, for $10 and other consideration. Lot 12, Block 2, Ruddle Heights Addition. Mrs. Annie Tucker to Andy and Luella Wilson, for $6,750, a lot in S half of NW quarter of SW quarter of Sec. 6-T15N-R11E. Joseph and Elsie Fulgham to Robert anr 1 Veola Williams, for $300, Lot 5. Block 3, Fulgham Addition. Allie Simon to Emma and Colau- is S. Draper, for $1, Lot 188, Block 14. original survey of Manila. Lilith Hillis an Annie Tucker, for $350, a lot 82 x 132 ft. in Lot 1, SW quarter of Sec. 36-T16N-R10E. Herman T. Richardson to Virginia and Jack Richardson, for $10. part of Lot 7, Vail Third Subdivision and part of Lot 2, Vail First Subdivision. Charles and Lula Purnell to Claude and Mollie Wheeler, for $7.000. Lot 18, 'Block E, Barren-Lilly Addition. Russell and Marguerite Marr to Ellis and Katherine Webb, for $10 and exchange of property, N 49.5 ft. of Lots 13, 14, Block 3, Davis Third Addition. Ellis and Katherine Webb to Russell Marr, for $10 and exchange of property, all Lot 14, Block 4, David Acres Subdivision. W. H. and Minnie Hill to United States of America, for $4,000, a 160-acre tract of land 7 miles north' of Manila Lo,t 5, Sec. 28; Lot 2, Sec. FEARLESS - These people, waiting for a bus In London, England, don't seem very worried about the threat of an Indian invasion. But they have probably guessed it's just Joanne BlackweU, a 21-year-old ballet teacher, dressed up for the St George's Day oaceant. 33; and E half, NW quarter, all in T16N-R9E. John and Flo Bailey to Mablo Kennedy, for $10 and other consideration." Lot 7, Block 1, Davis Third Addition. I Henry I. Gordon to J. H. Brinn, j for $1,500. Lot 1,2, Block I. in town of Dell. maytag automatic Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Space Saver! 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