The Monroe News-Star from Monroe, Louisiana on September 21, 1955 · Page 3
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SEPTEMBER 21, 1955 Property Owners Defeat Issues In Lake Providence ed the opportunity of this type of enlistment throughout the entire United States and Major Whitmeyer states that any young man in the age group would be well advised to explore its possibilities thoroughly. The reserve armory office at Seim an field is prepared to answer any inquries relative to the plan, and such inquiry, without obligation, is encouraged. Vacancies Exist In Army Reserve Wool and Cashmere Vacancies in the high school student draft deferment group still exist in the reserve army, Major George L. Whitmeyer, army reserve advisor, said Wednesday. This program, provided for in the new armed forces reserve act of 1955. provides that young men in the age group 17 to 184 years, may enlist in the army reserve and during the eight - year period of their enlistment remain in a draft - deferred status. During the eight - year period, they will be required to serve on active duty for a period of six months instead of the two years required by the draft. This will constitute their entire military obligation during their inlistment, except that they will be required to remain active in the reserve while not on active duty. This six - month perod of duty on active service will also be deferred while the enlistee is satisfactorily pursuing high school studies, is engaged in seasonal employment or until 20 years of age. Only 90.000 men will be afford- at a minimum Nuclear Scientist Asks Unveiling Of Stockpile Size WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. W.Va. UP )—A nuclear scientist has called upon President Eisenhower to reveal the size of this nation’s atom bomb stockpile in the belief that the revelation “could be a potent force for peace.” Dr. Ralph E. Lapp, director of Nuclear Science Service in Washington and former consultant to fhe Atomic Energy Commission, said the stockpile already “amounts to several tons of TNT for every inhabitant of our planet.” The world’s population Is estimated at 24 billion persons. Dr. Lapp said the pile is so fantastically large that there is no longer any point in keeping it secret. He spoke yesterday at a convention of the U.S. Tea Assn. Dr. Lapp described a hydrogen bomb which would produce the same destructive force as 18 million tons of TNT. price . Budget • Fourth Floor Legal Notices STATE OF LOUISIANA PARISH OF OUACHITA. FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT. SUCCESSION OF MAVIS MAT OUTHIER PATTERSON. NO. 48893 PROBATE DOCKET. FILED: ----- Dj. Ci«*rk 4th Dist. Court Notice ia h»reby given to all credlton, heirs and legatees of the above and foregoing Succession and to all other persona whom it may concern, that S. C. Strausser. Administrator of .aid Succe.-. ;on. has filed his Tableau of Distribution and all persons are hereby ordered to snow cause, if any they have or can, within ten (101 days why said Tableau of Distribution should not be approved and homologated and the funds distributed by the Administrator in accordance therewith By order of this Court, this 12th day o I September, 1955. CAMMIE C NEWSOM Deputy Clerk of Court Monroe. La September 12. 16, and 21. 193*' Check Itching First Application Agonizing itching of ugly eczema, Rash, Tetter, Ringworm, Pimples, Scabies, Toe Itch is checked on ONE APPLICATION of BLUE STAR OINTMENT. Repeat as teeded as nature helps heal. Money back if FIRST jar fails to satisfy. Try it today. I am applying for clemency. MTLBERN LEE HOWL AN Monroe. La September 19. 20. 21 1955. WOOL and CASHMERE TOPPER . . . completely lined ond insulated with a woven Celanese acetate and rayon ... to give you warmth without weight. You'll find yourself wearing repeatedly this 85% wool and 15 n cashmere topper this fall and winter In grey, natural, rosewood, black, and camel. 10-16. SUCCESSION OF JAMES ALBER T SIMS PROBATE NO 49 282 STATE OF LOUISIANA. PARISH OF OUACHITA, FOURTH DISTRICT COURT. WHEREAS, Cornelia Cole Sims ha pn- tltr.oned the Court for Letters of Administration on the estate of the late JAMES ALBERT SIMS, deceased, Intestate: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to All whom it may concern, to show cause within ten days why the prayer of the said i petitioner should not be granted i By Order of the Court thj? the 19th day of September. 1*55. CAMMIE C NEWSOM Deputy Clerk of Court Monroe Louisiana, September 3). 26 , 39. 1*56 For Direct Connections with Drilling Company Incorporated Here AMERICAN AIRLINES Southern Airways Articles of incoporation for. the Williams Drilling Co., Inc.. route 1, Monroe, were on file Wednesday in the Ouachita parish clerk’s office. The firm will drill water, oil and gas wells. Incorporators and officers include: J. C. Williams, Sr., route 1, Monroe, president; 67 shares; J. C. Williams, Jr., Plain Dealing, La., vice - president, 61 shares; J. B, Lewis, Shreveport, treasurer, 61 shares; R. A. Caskie, Shreveport, 61 shares. Fifteen hundred shares at a par value of $100 were authorized in i the document . NOTICE TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS IN SEWERAGE DISTRICT “D” Notice is hereby given to all property owners m Sewerage District "D,'* Monroe, Louisiana, that the Board of Commissioners of said District has called an open hearing to be held at I 30 p.m., at the City Court Room City Hall, Monroe, Louisiana. on the 13th day of October, 1955, for tiie purpose of hearing objection: o the proposed Improvements and manner of payment therefor. Approved and adopted the 20 da' of September 1955 E. M HAMMOND, President. W. P. Stewart, Secretary. Monroe La September 31-*, jftth and Oe-ofher atfri, V4»r.. SPLASH FLANNEL SUIT . . „ 90 % wool and 10% cashmere Coat of this beautiful suit is lined with rayon taffeta with ascot to match. In colors of charcoal grey with aqua, or pink; charcoal brown with pink. It's the functional look that America so loves. 10-16. Softer . . lighter . . . Indivîd» uolistir ... 3 words important in the shoe story thit Foil We've sketched just ^ handful of the softüng operas . . . half bare sophisticates . . . the shoes with new cling . . . new Httla heels . . . new dress maker detail that's Fall '55. From an exciting and extensive collection assembled especially for Shoe Week. DRES5MAKER PLEAT soft toe shell in black or avoca do ... by Marquise . , . $12.95. GRECIAN DRAPT T-jtrap . . . in block suede ... by Marquise $12.95. LEAN OPERA bow'd soft toe ... in black or brown suede with faille ... by Marquise ... $ I 2.95. 0. STITCHED CLING brown calf . . . by Jc $9.95. COAT OF-ARMS pump in brown calf ... by Marquise $12.95. LONESOME PEARL an a little heel in black sued? or brown calf ... by Jacqueline $9.95. G. PETTICOAT RUFFLE ... ir black suede by Marquise $14.95 SHOI SALON • STREET FLOOR featured in Vogue, Cha*'1** Glamour, McCali s IU»giator for i FREE pair of shoes during rhe week of Sept, 19-24. Drawing and award will rake place Tyes., Sept 27 . , . you do not have t« be pressent to win

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