The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1947 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT Urges Federal Aid For Schools National PTA Head Speaks To Arkansas Delegates Last Night LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 25. (UP)—Installation of officers at noon today was to brlns a cijinnx to the three-day convention of the Arkansas Congress of Parents anil Teachers. Last night the delegates lienrd Mrs. L. \V. Hughes of Arlington, Tenn., National P-T-A President, .declare that the nation faces an educational crisis that must be foiight vkith every resources of Parent-Teachers Associations. She said that Hie crisis was brought about by "inadequate teacher salaries, depletion of .sccol budgets and overcrowded clals.s.';- ropms." She listed four means by which P-T-A groups can overcome these ills: 1. Urging legislation ihat would provide soundly financed schools; 2. Rallying support for high teacher salaries; 3. Improving l)res:!gc of the teaching profession; 4. Liiil \ ig interest of the home and schools closely together. Mrs. Hughes also urged local P-T-A organizations to work for federal aid schools. Earlier the delegates heard Miss Annie Greene, an exchange teti- cer from England,!! assert tat exchange leaching ci-calm friendship and understanding which is important to world brotherhood. Miss Green is teaching In Foil Smith. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Witta Cather, Famed Novelist, Dies Today NEW YORK, April 25. (UP) — Willn grjert Cather, famed American novelist, died nt her Park Avenue home yesterday at the nssc of 70, reportedly from ; ( ceucilxd hemorrhage. Author of many well known novels. Miss Cather won the Pulitzer Prize in 1922 with "One of Ours." Others of her belter known works are "Death Comes to the Archbishop," "A Lost Lady, 11 "Shadows on the Rock." ami "Snpphirn and tlie'Slave Girl," her last novel. No Joke, Son It it's in Pravda it must be so, thinks this bewildered, bedraggled Russian soldier who had just learned the war wos over by reading his favorite newspaper. He escaped from a German TOW camp in western Norway in 19-11! and was recently found Incline out on a farm there FIXING STOPS FRETTING! Have ALL necessary pairs done to your NOW Pay for if /„ £ 0sy Monthly Payments LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. Phone 578 Japs Want to Go to Work' Nab New Suspect MARSHALL • ^ __ In Gun Thefts FBI Silent Following Arrest Of Foreigner In Machine Gun Case Oinlinucd. from I'agc I, principle. •There has been no ill will around the council table. Our Soviet, hosts have shown us every consideration." Soviet Deputy KorciBU Minister Andrei Vishinsky and four ministry assistants represented the host nation ut Marshall's departure. Ambassador Waller 13. Smith led the MIAMI BKACI1, Fin., Anril 25 <U!>.-The Federal Bureau or Investigation lod.-iy announced the uas««ior arrest of a fourth suspect, In con-' American i;roun. The British nectlon with the thert of 25 , na . French and Greek ambassador^ a - riimt; BUMS from a government sur- so were al the airport plus properly depot at Bush Field Molot.iv Toasts Ili' B Tour JfS.as, ta r«sst! £5Si,FSH ; "" native of j tonight abo.-uvt ihoir t'nnni.,1 i..,,;.,.P Huge thrones of Japs, c;ie,er lor jobs, pack a street in the Asaknsrt, lamed Tokyo pleasure re.sorl, tviiiliiig (heir linns to register for work. Bulletin board at right lists Jobs wanted and jobs available. Lutheran Churches To Observe 100th Anniversary Of Synod Two Seniors Honored At Dinner for Class OSCI-XH.A, ,\rk.. April 23...-Mr. Ccntcnoi.il'""'' Mrs - •'• A - pl "n and Mi-, nnd - . . --• *" Mrs. im<> Hiiirh i-ntcrtaiiu'cl in-.-in- " IIWi1 °" nt today's session. •ompiismg a total ess than 5.COJ people, Today t'.i'. Missouri Synod Lutheran church s over l,FOaoO:i members stroll ind grtn-iiii; larger every year. T:>- •elhr will) other Lutheran church bodies, it forms the larKcst Pro',-' •slant denomination in Ameiina. | In 1R4B. Uik church body raised | ncrc than $.».OOO.CUO for" t:h!ir.-h| work. At rrcscnt at Than}; Offering <irive is desirnr-d ...n ,i,i m i n oiu- day (o obluin KI.SOO.CCO mo.v I lll ''' s " r thn senior class uf r or the expansion and cxli-iivon • "''-I' School Tlnu-sciuy niuhi, with a >f home missions. fnrr-iiin missions. I hlllrn dinner at Ilie'ris.} hrm? in >ml for the improvement of the'honor of their ;-,riuUintln" dam-h- nimeroiis roIlcRes and seminaries j • <•'•*. K>'cl.vn Jean Pii;,; -..ixi C'lco ^»i"h the Missouri synod Tj'.ilher.uv-lean HuiTh. <»«rai sponsors. AUIOIM: Hie intii-rl Other than Benin™, finals were s concovdia Seminar;., at St. Linis | faculty members Mrs "1'irciicc nnl-v In n tCStllllt , , tll( ' o!o K'i:al scm- i Moore, cluts sponsor. Mrs. .1. s.' Mc- One of h 'T ' - Cl " lts ' Pmilk «»l>''"^. Mr. Kdwar Is Mis."o,n" synodI rluthoran l 'clu"r- '"- ""1','"'" J '"" 1S '""' tlU ' V< ' GnMny ' of'i'dlirntio^ rmin'Th^ 1 ' '^i s -" 1( " n ' nil « i "' «l"'in<:' l™iflwi"'' 1 ,ccjmc > d '"" "torn the j:ansh ss-liini with llowrrs In purpli- and void. Sunday rilgrim Lutheran chiireh tliroiiBh the Lutheran Hi !; h schools Cuba, eame from I-'lii agent D K Brown of the .Savannah, Ga., <:flee. Miiimi FBI agent John R. Thornton conflrmc'd FUCKO'S seizure at the summer bo)»e~of John Carl Kisc'iihai'dt, another suspect In (M/slodv on whose 400 ncrc EllloU City, Md., estate the guns were found Tuesday. Brown .said, lb.it Elsenlwrdt and Edward iirowder, jr.,"a private pilot from rtmarillo, Tex., had nested $20,000 bond lor appearanee at Au[;uslu al an unannounced dale, Khenliardt and Drowdcr were sei/.ed Wednesday iifler they alii-ht- td from a private plane at Clinton, okla. A fomlh member of thr allc«ed gun r\iijf. J. Meredith mis- if'll, 21 all- forces veteran mid vice president of Pan Ainerlean Transport Inc.. was arrested Tuesday at I'imilk-o, Md. Eisenlianit served as a special rc- IHTi-eiilallvc to Venezuela on the U. s. Hoard of Kconomlc Warfare in lfl«. Doth PHI ;i(jei.ls Brown and Blylhcvillc will juin its sis'.cr to the universily years rale to;) -••- —- ilnircl'.es thrcughout the Unit.<tt do.iot.; »nli public officials -ind " f tllelr enSG «Kaliisl the suspects. Jtnlcs and in foieicn lands in eel- educators throunhixil the c-oimlVy I Ask( ' d lr l r>lc Be was a Scnit Amc- !bralioi) of th,. loath auniviTsary Pilsrim Lutheian t-lmi-h in HI'-- ''lean. Urown said "no comment." )t the foundiiiR ot the synod to ihevillc in one of the sinallpst .»•-' Brown salt! that Fucgo's alleged vlnch it belonBs. | f>aii!y.:!d conprcimtions ot this sy- 'heft involved the removal of the The EvniiffRlicnl Lutheran Synod "ml. Hut the clunrh here jjlfnis to (,'oveminent property to a secret o Missouri, Ohio, and other states. I I'uild a new rha]:el in niythevilie eaehc on Eisenhardl's I'alatlal -,'LIS rounded Anil 20. 1EH1. at St.l f."o'n 'mil plans HIT already under- Maryland Estate, 'aul's ohurcli. Cliiea|;o. ii). At l)>iO l 'iiy for this pr.)J,Tl. Wlii.-n that ime Hie synod was Formed of 11! rlmrch is built, it will be l-.notvn joiigrcKRtioii.s an« their ]);istors.| as the First Lutheran Church tn leinherslii)) oi J niythevilie. .slnee the members cl 'he Di-u.sent church feel that they ha-,-,. bi'iMi "pilgrims" here lor.j; cnoiiKli. To Award Contracts For Bridge And Road Work LITTLE ROCK. Alk., April 25. : fl/l'i—Eleven road and bridge pro| JUCLS were to be awarded here today at a meeting of the state-highway commission. Commission Director j. o. linker said that the work was .scattered out over the state, and that several dclcgalions were expected to appear before the com' school colors. A purple mid eold; luninncmciil also was use*! for tablci centerpiece and place cards'for Iha dic.sts. scaled nt eight small tables" wen- unique hand-made doll graduates in pastel shades i-anyinr miniature diplomas and baskets of violets. The hosts and hostcsser, were assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Pigg's sister. Mrs. Roltinrl Green of Blytlie- ville. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor. ' Following the dinner, the group al tended a movie. for Spring Home Fasliions For Spring Are ... As Hew As Your Clothes! Sec our selection as pictured in leading homo magazines! !!i^U;:^^" clually si ' :Ka V hob( ' autiri<1 iiow lbiiiKs lh;U ;ire '^ t «»"« -' UMV- ii.uniij, nonu m;\K;\>;inos. niako an iippointnicni \vilh vonvsi-li' t,, m,,,,. ,1 .„,. and browse a.x.tnul in our storo. You're more than wefcoine -uul vou'll fim!I it b,EH.£?i ; 'H" sr ° rs -"•»"' *-' .tr» T r^ 113 E. Main Phone 2302 Use Our Easy Pay Budget PSan The foreign ministers ended the Ions, inconclusive conference in a Bcnial mood last nifht at Stalin's farewell dinner. They drank M loa.sts, ate .-i seven-course dinner uul afterward watched the n»s- lecimiL-olor film, "Tlic Km... Flower." Everyone had gone liomc! by 12:30 a.m. j SUlin, dressed In a khaki bull I imiiorm with a shining eencial-, Isslmo's star, oFfcred only one toast.! That was in vodka to President Iruinan. Th 0 toast was a long one built around hopes for hucrna- Uonal unity. Mr. Truman was the' only national leader Stalin mentioned by name. Lullcj 1 Soviet Foreign Minister V. M, Molotcv drank a collective toast I otlie heads of all thn Bis Four .states. J Stalin was in smiling mood He seated Marshall at, his lert'ana! Bevin at his right. Bidault and Molotov sat opjx>sitc them. 'Kevin drew a laugh fiom tile •>0 Kuesu when in a plea for international understanding he asked what would happen if Stalin were! president of the United states and Mr. Truiiian head of the Soviet Union. I The banquet menu included a. cold fish appetizer, out-of-season cucumbers; consomme and cream soup; hot fish, including sturgeon roast turkey, baked chicken, roast FRIDAY, APRIL 25. 19.17 i ,' bu ^ lli1 '! P'S. pai'fait, Ireoh i ijaane was served with the latter w, ii. ' c:uu " c ' s •'""' cognac. courses. Caviar was served with VOUKU was served throughout the th e cold fLsh a s an uprdlzcr, niul ttni.-ier. and each court - panied by red or white wine. Chum. a green salad was offered belorc the soiijj course. THE 9!bs. WASHERETTE Automatic Self Service Laundry will open 8 a.m. — close 9 p.m. Wished 35c I-'KiiK Snap JiJ.Mih lUuin,; 1. 2. 3. THREE SIMPLE OPERATIONS: Place clothes in Bendix Add soap—v/ait or shop Take your foundry home in 35 minuses. 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