The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 21, 1949
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~ #AGE TEN BLYTHEVTU.E (ARK.1 COUttlER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 21, 19-19 talks on Greece Sought by Allies May B« Pav«d By U.S., Britain But (Uds May Not Respond Burdette Honor Winners Betty Jean Has ley _ „ ^"lo^rtBurdclle were Molly Rose Autry, salulatorlan and Betty Jean Easley, valedictorian. The two were among the 11 who were presented diplomas at commencement exercises Wednesday night The girls will end high school activities with a 10-day class trip I Washington, D. C. I Methodists to Hear I " By J»hi> !* Hl(htawer ..-^WASHINGTON, May 21. Diplomats said today the United State* ana Britain may hold the door open to further behlnd-the M(nes discussions of the Greek situation with Russia-If the Soviets ar* 'still Interested. j%bey aaid there Is sonic doubt Riwiia would engage In such talks, ftffloving the flat stand taken by th« two western nations on Soviet proposals for settlement of the Greek civil war. And they predicted further that the West will reject any Russian suggestion which could five the Communists a strong new foothold In Greece. The State Department stressed yi*terday that any actual settlement will have to be handled wlth- ir£the United Nations, where Greece can sit in on the discussions, But Western officials apparently arc r*fldy to hold Informal talks on the matter any time the Russians want I tq : _do so. May Raise Questions , . . . • The possibility was not entirely District Superintendent ruled out that Soviet Foreign Mln- 1 Ister Vlshlnsky might raise the qucs- ' -i'| le ficv. E. B. Williams, supcr- tlon with British Foreign Minister jntendont of Hie Joncfboro District Bevin and Secretary of State Ache- O f the North Arkansas Conference «on at Paris. of the Methodist Church, will fill A Tass news agency dispatch In the pulpit at the First Methodist. Moscow early yesterday gave the Church here tomorrow morning in first semi-official fords 'hat Soviet the absence of the pastor, the Rev. Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Allen D. Stewart. Oromylto had been talking with' Tnc K CV MI-. and Mrs. Stewart British and American officials at are visiting (heir daughter, Mrs. thi United Nations about ending Roland Cox In Snlina. Knn. They the Greek war. British Minister of W JH re tum to lilylhevlllc next Tucs- Btate Hector McNeil and Assistant c i nv 0 , Wednesday. Secretary of State Dean Rusk represented the Western powers. '-•Russia proposed several agreements for settling the Greek sit- conducted. uatlon. Including: (11 A new oreck election under t U \A fnr rreat power supervision with the Commencement neia ror Communist guerrillas taking part. Jy(' l5SCO Training School (2) a great power commission to control Greece's northern frontier and (3) the withdrawal of all foreign (meaning American luid British} military assistance from Greece. • -A statement Issued by the State Department rejected the most Important of these suggestions. Should Stay In UN Obituaries Boarding Up Because of the bnccnlmireutc services for the Dlythcvlllc High School seniors tomorrow, no night service Picnic, Meeting Held By Demonstration Club The Ai'inorci Honfe Dcmonslm lion Club mcl at Walker • f ai Thursday for a picnic lunch an ulnr meeting Guest at the meet, ing was Mrs. W S. Uanleey Sweet Springs, Mo, Following the lunch, Mrs. S:i Hanlcy conducted the rtevotlum During the business session, prc sided over by the president, a sun mcr educational tour was dlscussc Tlie flower fund gilt was won Mrs. iTaft Mctv.ger. The next meeting will be tic June 2 at Walker Park with M Final Rites Tomorrow For Rhaford L. Lamb Funeral services of Rhaford L. Lamb, 49, will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Cobb Chapel by the Rev, P. H. Jcrnlgan, pastor of the Calvary Baptist lurch. Mr. Lamb itlcd at a United States irlne Hospital In Long Island, uesday, and his body was returned re for burial In Elmwood Gem- cry. Mr. Lamb had been w'"' the Un- States Merchant Marine for e past seven years, was a mem- r of the Sailors Union of the . ..c-ific and the First Baptist Church Caruthersvillc, Mo. His wife Is former Miss Pearl Ronch. She irvives him, a.s does a son. George oach Lamb, with the Navy now :ar Italy, his father, two sisters. ml a brother. The pallbearers will Include T. C law-kins. Charles Bogan, Hollts loody. Bryant Stewart. Sr., Fletcher <ing," and Arch Llndscy. Russians Plan Film To Criticize America BERLIN LIN—The Huxsians, who mpli'irii'd bitterly In their con .rolled pre.«s when that niitiqwi Hnllvwood satire on Communism Nlnolchkn". was shown to guffaw ug German audiences, now fi on glvlno the Americans a rc.i uroi>H«niid!> hotfoot in celluloid. Thry arc! Koin'4 to .show Gorma audiences in Berlin and Sovic eastern Germany what they call arciit Soviet Him dcnlins with th iiiost real anil burning problems ol our day". It, Is entitled "Meeting on tho Elbe" with music by Shostakovich, and featuring I he famed Soviet actress Lyuliov Orlova. It has been a ORHADOES Continued from Pae« 1 ways—hit near evening, however Flood! Cover Lindsay LINDSAY, Okla., May 21—W'l— iree-fonrths of Lindsay was coved with flood waters from the In swollen Washlta River today id hundreds were moved to higher round. This city ol &.000, *5 airplane miles outh of Oklahoma City began to eel the flood waters late yesterday y 10 p.m.. the waters had reached he business district. However, the water appeared to e receding today. No casualties were cported. College Courses To Be Offered for School Teachers A five-weeks college course for teachers will be given in Osceola. starting June 6. at the high school, C. Franklin Sanders, superlntend- nt. announced today. The Instructors are to include a ull-time faculty member from the University of Arkansas, and Mrs. C. L. Moore, to teach English, and Omar Stevens, history and govern- nent. Between 100 and 150 teachers are expected to register for the classes, which will give six semester hours McCtellan Defends Flood Control Fund Mtasur* WASHINGTON, May 21-W- Scnator McClellan of Arkansas doesn't think the flood control and "pork barrel legislation." navigation appropriation bill IB In Senate debate yesterday on the measure, he criticized writers who used the phrase. _ •In the bill before us we arf-j simply undertaking tn part to flnV ance the development of our natural resources." he said. or college credits to those completing the courses. More tea is drunk throughout the world than any other beverage except water. Read Courier News Want Ada. Chinese workers erect iro covers in front of (be windon of the U. S. govcnimcnl-ownc Glenn Line Building, now II ciuurtcrs of the U. S. Consula in Shanghai. Tlie besieged city feverishly prepared defenses as- the Communists prepared to close a ring of men ar.U nuns around Hie metropolis. Understatement CHICAGO. May 21— (fP>— The na lonal weather picture was "wicked n spots" today, the U,S. Weathe Bureau reported. The bureau said a broad bcl of thunderstorms—some violent- extended from the Canadian border southward through Oklahoma and Northern Mississippi. It included most of the slates along the nation's spinal column, the Mississlonl Valley. These areas also Included the tornado-stricken stales of Ok- InVtnmn and Kansas. New England was cool. The mid- west likewise was cool with thunderstorms and rain widespread. The only normal soots, the for- caster said, were on the Pacific and Gulf Coasts. Harvey Parish and Mrs. John Mayes Mil ill MOSCOW. as hostesses. Japan Had Christians In the Year 283 A. D. Senior Class of the Missis- Sakae County Training School in sc>r iu The S slppi O Arniorcl held their graduation exercises Wednesday night at the school. Elmer McCoy was vnlldlclorlau of It said the United dtates Is un- [class were William Bell, Morris Hill ' and Hattie L. Huppard. „ Lena Wvllc. assistant county sup.... . to stop aiding Greece so ^™ ™* » , MMrc!S witu sar^^^JirrfS 1 ™^*,' '^ «*&<*«** **** ****** * R. W. Nichols, superintendent of Armorel schools. Tile class sermon TOKYO — (fl'i ...... Research by Dr. Sakae Ikeda, n former law profes- Kyoto University, has led him to conclude that Christianity came to Japan In 28li A.O.. 1,266 years was delivered by Brown, pastor of North continues. What's more, it •Md, the Greek situation should tail solved in the United Nations rifcer than by the big powers ,V:.Speciftcally, the United States Church- laid it will not settle the affairs of Qfeece behind the back of the eminent Informed. Greek government. The British Foreign office took the same stand. Rev. Thoinns Enoch AME Greek Ambassador Vassili G. Dcndramis culled on Rusk at the It appeared, however, that If the State Deportment ycstci'lay nller- usslans want to explore the sit- noon, at Rusk's renucst, to get n »Uon further informally, the Wes- report on the latest developments Russl u»Uon further informally, th tern powers r rmay, remain ready to talk He said afterward he felt reassured , keeping the Greek gov- by the information he had received earlier than the Generally accepted date. Dr.Ikcdn, as quoted by the newspaper Jljl Shimpo. believes thiil n erslnn, called Rung Yueh-wang in he Chinese language of the period, ed a group ol Chinese Christians o Jnpnn. He .says that the orinn Christian sect persisted In Japan for ninny generations. The report has caused sonic stir In Japanese Christian circles, which credit the Introduction of Christianity to St. Francis Xnvu-r in 1540. The preserved right arm ol the Saint Is due to be brought from Rome for n fourth centennial celebration stnrtiiiK May 20 at Nagasaki and ending June 12 at Tokyo. A monument to the Saint was erected In 1025. The film pictures the Russians as defenders of European culture aealiifl "barbarians" from across the Atlantt" It shows an American j-cni-ral in Germany importing cigi- i-ets bv Ihe hnlf-dozen truck loads for blr.rk marketing. Also it shows a Russian occupation administrator defeating the Americans at all points. It Carrie-; the line that if it weren't lor the evil American leaders Uie "common people" of both countries could get along vci-y well. Temper, Temper! DETMOLD, Germany — «P|— II the German food rationing offic here is a notice—"Don't bang th door if your application has been refused." Rend CourleT News Want Ada Tlie Iris Is the colored dlaphragi of the eye. the center of which pierced to form the pupil. Extra Large Prints! 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