The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1939 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Fatal Smaslnip, Fire and Winner of 500-Mile Race r ni 11 i • i ...!•. i.. ._ Urges Concessions So Thai Pact May Be Sealed • Quickly , ; PARIS, June. . 1, tu P)—Prance was believed lo have urged Great Britain in diplomatic consultation taday to satisfy Soviet Russia's demands and extend the Anglo- French "peace front" guarantees to Include 'the small Baltic states alang Russia's .western frontier. Valchesley M. Mololov, Soviet premier aild foreign commissar, Si a frank, speech before the Supreme Soviet last night, assailed the failure or. Britain, ti'nii Prime* to Include (he Baltic buffer states—Latvia, Esthonla, mid Lithuania— h: the network on anti-aggression guarantees. French Foreign Minister Georges Bonnet conferred at noon wltli British Ambassador Sir Eric Phlpps on Molotov'<? spcccli and • wns bc- "~ lleved to have stressed tlie necessity of finding some immediate com promise solution .to overcome Moscow's (objections to the Arjjlo French draft tiealy for a irl-power military alliance. A French spokesman said Dint the French government for its pail has no objection . to satisfying sis on the matter of the Baltic .guarantees, which Would augment the Aiifjio-French guarantees to ^Poland, Ritmaiita and Greece and is willing to make other "clarifications." There';remained,'however, a section of Anglo-French opposition to such Baltic guarantees, protecting Russia against a direct, German attack. • The opponents of such oWigallons asserted that: the Soviets would be able thereby to plunge Europe Into war at their own pleasure. Government leaders here were of the opinion that the necessity of Soviet participation in the peace front Is so great as to outweigh such opposition arguments. Many ohseners believed that France is so eager to obtain the . trt-power military alliance that pressure will be brought against Britain to nicet (lie Russians halfway and perhaps accept all of Russia's demands if Moscow proves unyielding. ••, Portland, Ore.,"'Will' Be Host During Rose Festival Week PORTLAND, Ore., June 1 (UP) —The first national convention of .American .Gold Star'Mothers ever held west of the Mississippi will open in Portland June 0, co-incident with Portland's colorful nnnual Rose Festival. The convention will cclcuvnle the llth anniversary of the founding of the organiy.alion, anil It will honor the national president Mrs Bess Duncan "Wells, whose home is in Portland. Honorary chairman in charge of arranging the convention program is Mnjor-Goi>. Charles H. Martin letired, \\ho commanded (lie 90th division during the World War. He retired as governor of Oregon in MlfNEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thu Old TWlment Often : Brinji Happy Relief M»OT sufffms relievo nagging b a " t T l |"i-j°" b!e "".» t « ti '«l I'MMJ"" , 4 "e*'aneys ate Nature's chief usy ol THURSDAY, JUNE \, 1939 foleclo Minister Named To Unusual Post In New Guinea Wilbur Shaw waves cheery but tired greeting after winning 500-mile race In Indianapolis Classic • \vis marred by accident Irt which Flovd Robert,, lust year's winner, died following crackup. Corning around iurn,.Roberts plowed Into wobbling mount of Bob Swaiison, whose car. above, Is reduced to i!amii,r .vrecknge. Roberts' ear crashed through fence and tame to rest on adjoining golf course Shaw'nl-o' came home first in 1937. January. Many civic and state ovganl/n- lions arc cooperating with the Portland chapter of the orgnnhui- tion in assuring a successful scs- ilon. Veterans to He Hosts A memorial service rmd reception for the visiting delegates will open the convention on June C. The combined veterans' groups of the city will be hosts at an informal public reception that night. The following day the convention business meeting will open with addresses of welcome by Gov. Charles A. Spragtie niu! Mayor Joseph K. 4 Carson, Jr. Wednesday evening, June 7, delegates will be I'ohorcd guests nl the coronation of the Rose- Festival queen. On Thursday, June 8, the vis- tors will be feted at a garden >arly In the rose gardens of the J. S. Veterans hospital. Dr. Paul i.. Carter, regional mannger, will be host. ., Gen. lliiininond („ 1'rcsldr. '(lev Is attorney'for the nlaintilf pen. Creed C. Hammond, form*! A decree Dns heen granted M"-' chief «f mlllliu anil onetime and- ij, c i|j c Slimmer.,, for n divorce from Itm-Boncrnl of .he Philippines, will J. T. Suimner., on the grotm o MHit " |uct Tllllr5lh 'i' indlSiiitics In nil uncohtcstcd cnse. Officers «'ill lie named Prklny. June 0, following the Rose Festival pnrndes nnd ^Indium ceremonies. Post-convcnllon entertain in e, nt plans include a trip to Timbcrllnc Lodge, high on Ml. llcod, where 'Ifc-QVEBEC (UP)—The Quebec gov- dclegntes .will be guests of the (.^""leiit soon may iniderlake an Portia ml Women's A d v e r t Is 1 n g Intensive campaign in Europe and cluu and the newly-elected officers i ^ le United stales to attract new will lie Inducted Into the Mystic *"<l"slrl«s to the province. Order of The Rose. Government officials arc "snrvcj 1 .. tn S Ihe liesl means of ntakliw Quebec Province Seeks To Attract Industries •COURTS Herman Roosevelt Hunt has filed suit In chancery court against Ruby Hunt nsking for n divorce on the ground of desertion. E. E. Alexan- Ing known the province's industrial facilities. The campaign will be directed mostly in the United States, but efforts will also be made to interest capitalists nml In- diistrlnlists in small European countries to invest in Quebec province. TOLEDO, O. (UP)-Tho Rev. D. S. Yount, Toledo flying pastor, Is leaving for Dutch New Guinea, •here he. will fly to hitherto In-' accessible regions In what lie be- liives one of Ihe first nltempls of Protestant missions to use nlrcrnft for 'teaching the Go.spel. 'At present because of the rap- ds In the livers of Borneo It takes nlssiomiries BO days by dug-out latlve canoes to make trips which ! believe I can accomplish by plane n.two hours," the minister said. Yount has resigned as-pastor of [he Toledo Gospel Chapel here, following his appointment us nlr- ilane missionary to New Oninra for the Clirlsllnn nml Missionary Alliance. Ills appointment represents the •ealiziitfon of a 10-year dream. Ten years ago," he said. "I first thought of the Idea of carrying the Word of God to the natives In distant parts by means of the airplane. licileves Obstacles Overcome fn many parts of the world It has been virtually Impossible in Ihe pii.st to reach natives without lengthy and perilous voyages throtigh the jungle. Unt the airplane solves the problem." Younl, in preparation for the carrying out of his Idea, read nil he could find on aviation. "Some of my congregation thought it a bit strange, 1 will admit, having a minister who studied aviation In his spare time. But I knew. what 1 wanted so I stiKk to it." Three years ago the' pastor had completed his preparatory studies, and riecidcil it was time" to begin flying, "The first flight, was a great thrill, and so was my solo flight," Yount said. "Since my solo I have been concentrating on becoming sufficiently expert in navigation and piloting to meet any emcr- 81,209 MALARIA Rend Courier News want"i Cases retried In Ihe II. S. ID 10381 DON'T nm.AY! 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"We are curious io know how the natives, who are superstitious, will react when they first see the plane,". Yount said, Tiic plane, built at. Wichita, Kas., will be shipped to Macassar. H Is equipped with ambulance and first aid supplies and has two-way radio communication. The flying pastor wi! take his family with him to Macassar. His wife and their children, Donald, 8, Howard, 4, and Marilyn, 18 months, "all are anticipating eagerly the trip" according to Yount. Head Courier News want ads. CARTERVtLLE, III. (tip)—Lewis W. Craln, who Olcd at the ngc ol 35, wns hurled in a coffin he made himself. Grain, who served as i>o»/ lice magistrate and road commls-f sioner, built the coffin 25 years ago. Wert Optometrist "HE MARKS 'EM SHE" Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 5'iO Other while goods prices are lowered, ton! Stuck' up now! You may not long have (he chance tn profit hy such great Ravings! Join (lie throng of'wise slioii- pcrs at Penncy's! 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