TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUNTER NEWS THtmSDAY, MAY 12, 1949 THE NATION TODAY Lifting of Blockade in Berlin Gives Boost to Hopes for Peace But Soviet's Cold War Continues B<r Jamr* Marlow WASHINGTON, May 12. Wj A big part of mankind, which had •tumbled into a ditch, picked Itself up today, keeping » sharp eye out for booby traps, and slarted down * new road. Thlj happened In Germany where the Berlin blockade ended at midnight. What was really llfled was the blockade on the peace hopes of the Past »nd West. We'll know more about lliat after thi! start of Ihe May 23 meeting between the united Stales, Britain, Russia and France. Gaming Paraphernalia To B* Publicly Burned imUS ROCK. Mny 12. <f> — Gambling equipment which Arkan- sa» State Police seized In raiding iilack Fish Lake Ciuslno went up in smoke today. State Police Director Herman Undsey said the paraphernalia w«i burned In "ceremony" at police headquarters here. Llndaey said the equipment which can not b« burned will be smashed by hammer-AWliiRlni? Iroopern as ordered by the SI. Francis Circuit Court. Ever since word leaked out lhat Russia might llfl the blockade, I've been reading everything 1 could find, looking for the reason. Tliis is a great exiXM'icnce and recommended reading—not for the exact Information you'll gel, but Just to see how many people can be puzzled in print. Only the Blockade I.lfled Yesterday, just before the blockade was lifted. Secretary of Stale Acheson said a few cold words about the meeting with Russia. He said (lie Ru.ssinns will sel nowhere if they Iry lo throw sand In the machinery Ihe West has set up for bringing Germany back to life. So. before the Inlks slarl, Russia has a warning not to try tricks. And we're still talking of arming Western Europe, and probably will. This makes the Russians uneasy although they have made the West uneasy for a year with the Berlin blockade. They've been tough, and we gal tough, and there's nothing to show that either side has become less tough. This ought lo be enough lo cool off anyone who has Illusions lhat peace wllh Russia will come easily or at any price. And since the Big Four lalks ought lo last quite a while, It will be some lime before you know whether we all land in another ditch. But at the moment, -except for what's happening in ChiiiR, the 'earlh Is comparatively quiet In Greece the Communists anr government troops still lake poi shots at one anolher. Rerls on Move In China And yesterday the Arab nations walked out of the United Nation, when the new Jewish stale of rael was admitted as the 5911 member. Whether the Arab countries wll stay In O.N. or slay out, IK known. Their delegates simply sale when Ihey left: "Wail and see (Some of Ihe Arab countries' rep resentatlves returned for a 1st night-meeting, indicating that th protest was ended.) In China, though, the Comimm Ifits are still plugging ahead. Ihe hearts set on all t^hina. Peace ther Is rerhote. Of course, that may have some immism, all Russia, all Siberia, and all China more or less soon to be under communism, the Russians may think they'll have their hands full for a while. Some of Ihe people who've been guessing about Russia's Intentions guess thai way. But tills slory coiilci run on for a thousand words, string- lug all (he guesses together At this point, your guess la ns good as mine, or somebody else'.!. 1,177 Students in Seven Blytheville Schools to have Parts in Music Fete dent Accompanist, »nd Mm. Mury Smart will accompany other numbers. Arabs Riot to Protest Plan for Tripolitania TRIPOLI, Libia. May II. '.I'l — Rioting Arabs tore the United States [lag from the American consulate here yesterday, and threw stones and iron balls at the windows. Thev wore demonstrating against a Brit.Lsli-Itn.Unn plan to restore rijJoUtania to Jlalian trusteeship 1951. Arab leaders contend tills ould throw "the 'n-ipolltanlan eoi>)e to Italian flosger.v" Luxoro News Puulll I'renenl Reclt«l» Mrs. T. L. Stanford presented her piano students In » rfcilal In the audllorlum of the First Methodist Church in Luxora Tuesday night. An'pcailng on Ihe program of solo and duel piano and organ airs were: John Tliwenll, David Hill, Raymond Olive, Kay Whitmore, Sherry Wright, Calvin Wilklns, Donna Chandler, Charlie Wood III, Shirley Dlllard. Tommle Jo Olive, Evelyn Cocherham, Ann Ashley Hozelle. Eir/.nbeth Dlllard. Melbn Mc- Cnllor, Clementine Gentry, Mary Virginia Poteet, Travis Monlgom cry, Nora Ann Jackson. Dorothy Cocherhnm, James Hill. Dixie Howard, Diane Stevens, Luella Cocher- hnm, Wylie Tnte, Jr., Hollice John- .son, Billy Thweatt, and Christine Johnson. Special awards for tile year, a visit to Ihe Cotton Onrnivul in Memphis this week, were presented by Mm. Stanford lo Tommte Jo Olive Charlie Wood. James Hill, and Billy und John Thwcalt. The annaul music festival, fca- lurlng seven schools and 1,117 Dly- thevllle school students will get underway at 8 p.m. at Ihe Hlgli school stadium tonight. Samuel A. Ward's "America the Beautiful" by the ensemble will open the festival, and will be followed by three selections. "Day and Nighl," "Spanish Cavalier" and "Solomon Levl" by Ihe Sixth Oracle Unit. The fourth grade group will pro nent "Shoemaker* Serenade," "Street Calls," and "The Rainbow." prioi to the second number by Ihe ensemble. The ensemble will sing "Red Red Robin," and "Powder Vour 'ace With Sunshine." "A Trip to the Moon," "To Honey Bee," nnd "Woody Woocl- lecker," nre the selections lo be iresenlcd by the third grade unit 'ollowing this presentation the Yar- iro Tonette Hand, conchcd by Mis. Minnie Foster and Mrs. Harry Sim ion, and directed by Patsy Ynrbio i sixlh grade student, will piesen ,!>e "Tonette March," "Barcurollo, and "Lullaby." The next group of songs to b presented by the ensemble will in elude two Stephen Foster Melodies 'Jeannle With the Light Brow Hair" »' ld " The ol<1 rolks at Ilonl<1 ' and "Descant," "Humore.squc" b :he Junior nnd Senior High Clle Clubs, accompanied by Mrs. Mm ray Smart. The Concert Hand, directed Robert Llpscomb, band director, wi play George Gershwin's "llapsody 1 NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the ndemgncd has filed with the ?ommL'>:ioncr of Revenue. 1 ; of (he Itate of Arkansas for permit to sell ml dispense beer al relall on the remises described as Rt. 2. Osccola, lississippl County. The undersigned slates that he is i cltlzon of Arkansas, of good moral ihmactn, that he has never been lonviclfd of a felony or other crime, nvolvlng moral lurpitude ;th(it no :i5r lo sell beer by the unctar- iod ha.* been revoked wilhln five veans lnr.t past' and that the under, ij-ned ha.s never been convicted ot viohith'C the laws of tliis state, or any oilier .state, relative lo the sale o f alcoholic liquors. Application Is tor permit to be Issued lor operation beginning on Hid 1st day of July. ID49, nnd to expire on the 30 day of June. 1950. Tom Slalcr Rnglnnd, Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11 day of May. 1940. Klizaijilh Mason, (Srnl> Notnry Public. My Commission expires: 4-28-50. Mr. and Mrs. Aulen Chitwood Find Mrs. A. B. Bradley spent lasl week In Mulberry, Ark., visiting relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Callls had a; Ihuir- KUtsts over the weekend Mt and Mrs. A. J. Lynch and son o Memphis .and Mr. and Mr.s, J. H Fi'a/.icr ami children ol Wcsl Mem phis. Mr. and Mis. W. H Gowen and fnmily .spcnl Friday with Mrs. Cowen's mother, Mrs. Sue Brawn, while en route lo Carnthcrsvllle, Mo. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driver Jr., silent Sunday in Amory, Miss., ns Ihe guests of Mrs. Driver's slstcr- In-lnw. Mrs. T. A. Moore. They were accompanied hotnc by Mrs, J. T. Moore, of Atlanta. Ga.. for n visit of .several days. Mis. Moore Is Mrs. Driver's mother. Mrs. J. W. Lynch has as her gncst Mrs. G. C. Denny, of Tnmpn, Fin. Mr. nnd Mrs. M C. Cooke and daughters, Miss Evn Cooke nnd Mrs W. J. Wunderllch. visited Mr. nnd Mis. W. B. Gieer and Jnmily of Uipley, Tcnn., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rlclinrtlson und family spent Sundny In Rector. Ark., ns the utiests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gnuklcn. Mr. and Mr.s. dins, Corkrnn hail is their guests last weekend their .on. Fred, and family, of Memphis. W. D. Terry of Smsickovcr. Ark., nnd Dr. Lee lltlcy of El Dornclo, Ark., visited Mr. nnd Mr.s. C. B. Wood, and Mis. J. I. Mifllin, over the weekend. Mrs. Tom Cnllis entertained her dnughlcr. Lftlln Ann, on her third" bii'lliday Sunday with a Inwn party at their country home. Out of towti guests were Lnlln Ann's cousins. Pnt nnd Phronsie Frnzier, nnd Ronnie ,ynch. Harps and bracelets were uesented as favors to the 15 guests iresenl, after which a pink and white color-.scliemed dessert course was served. lue," The Fifth Grade Unit will sing. Sleep and ncsl." "Blue Bird of lappincss," and, the "Happy Farmr," Two novelty numbers. "Toolle, Oolle, Doolie," and the elementary chool ensemble, prior lo Ihe "Ser- nade of the Belts" by the ensemble, with Nancy Damon playing the himes. A Boys Chorus from the Fifth and Sixlh Grades, the Junior High School and Senior High School Glee Club will present other numbers irlor to the Finale. The Finale will feature an Orier- ettn, "Your Land and My Land.' and the singing of "Maryland, My Maryland," In this paii of the festival Johnnie Loggins will be (he Flag Bearer, and Jere Strickland and John Coalter, color benr- ers. Music directors for the fesllva will Include Mrs. R. A. Berryman Mrs. .Wilson Henry nnd Mr. Lips comb. Jim Lnncnshire will be slu How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly In Place Do your ftiisc.' U:eth annoy and enibnrmss by slipping, dropping 01 wabbling when you eat, laugh 01 InlkV Just sprinkle n little PAS- TEETH on your plates This alkaline (non-acid) powdei Holds false teeth more firmly and more coin- lorlnbly No gummy gooey pasty Checks "plate odor" (denture brcnthi Get FAS-TEETH at anj drug store. A beaver can fell nches In diameter )i ulnutes. i tree about four four Underwater Flyeri Penguins "fly" under water. The blrd.1 use their flattened wings to drive them through (he wnter, swiftly and gracefully, extending their Ject behind them as rudders. 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