The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1947 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, June 4, 1947
Page 5
Start Free Trial

C^r*"*' PAGE EIGHT BLTTHBVILLB (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4. 1947 Fulbright Urges Delay on Treaty Communist Coup in Italy Feared by Arkansas Senator • WASHINGTON, June 4. (UP) — Sen J. William Fulbright, L>., Ark., jestcrday asked the Senate to delay until next >car ratification ot the Italian peace treaty in order to forestall a Russian bid for power ai Italy He Introduced a' motion to aside the treaty until Jan, A IMG ,Fiilbright told the Senate ' lie fe»red removal of allied troops irohi Italy, In compliance with the treaty.' would open the way to a Communist ccup similar to the recent one in Himear) 1 . «c disputed the contention of Senate. President Arthur H. Van- dcnberg that rejection of the treaty would be "bad for Italy . bad for peace." Fulbright aimed his criticism of Italian treaty at provisions requiring allied troop withdrawals within 90 days after the pact .goes in to effect. He assorted it would lay the conditions tor seizure of control in Italy by Communists with the "backing of Communists in Eastern Europe ana Russia." Such a coup, Fulbrlght declnrcd, would come only after the U. S. hillills its announced intention o! releasing Italian property here advancing Italy a loan. Earlier. Vandenberg told the Son- ate that treaty ratification wns 'necessary to make possible future agreements for Germany and Austria.' . Eut Fulbright rejected these arguments with the assertion that withdrawal of allied troops (ram Italy would bring "a repetition of what's gone on in Hungary." Russia, lie predicted, would make no effort to reach agreement an the. Austrian peace treaty, because until an 'Austrian pact is iisveed upon' she can maintain limited armed forces in Hungary and Rumania to guard her coniinnnicution lines to the Russian zone In Aui- tria. The senate, meanwhile, aRroccl to Hungary, Bulgaria and Hiiivmniii vote.' on the trollies with Italy, at 2' p.m. EDT Thursday. Silences Trains- Today at MEAD'S FATHER'S DAY .11 i Trackman Curl Moll stands with red and while lanterns at an unguarded rail crossinf! nenr home of President Truman's mother i:> Gniiidvicw, Mo., to stop ears so trains won't have to whistle and disturb the uilinjj Mrs. Truman. One of his loci, said Tweedy, was missing. New Theater Manila's Finest Shows I.ViiKY M(iIIT Mathire Saturday & Sunday Box Opens;Week Days 7:00 p.m .-Bun. 1 p.m. ConL Bhowlnj Wednesday and Thursday "LADY IN THE LAKE" with Kohcrt Montgomery it Lloyd Nolun Also Shorts Osceola Firm Low Bidder on Levee Contract LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 'I. (UP)—The Mcnrs Construction Company of. Osceola today holds tentative authority to construct a levee in the -Roland Drnlnngc Dis-, trict, after submitting the apparent low bid yesterday. The firm bi:t *38,ti:> on the project which includes construction of 4EO.C03 cubic , yards of compacted levee embanK- ment. The project is two miles of Rolniul in Pulnski County, on the right bank' of the Arkansas river. .The U. s.' Engineers also opened bids ' on-2ffe,(TO yards.'of levcc in ^ ^e. Tucker Lskc Levee Dislrii:t. ~^,At/parent -low bidder on the Jefferson" Co\mty project was For-nin- ' Jantes company of Dycrsburg, Tenu. Onrii at 7:00 p.m.; 'Starts 1:30 p.m Wednesday and Thursday "Rainbow Over Texas" with Uoy Itugcrs, Cicorne "iVilihy" itntl I>;I!K Kviui'i Fox Movietone News Also Shnrl Sul)ji;iis ll:i>'cs Georgia Women's College May Enroll Male Students MILLECGSVILLE, Ga., June •' IUP)—Georgia Slate College for Women awaited the go-ahead signal today before enrolling men students for the, first time in more than' half a century. Chancellor Raymond II. Paty ot the University system of GcDr^ia has approved the 'recommendation tp relieve crowded conditions Initiating co-educational schooling;. But a final decision must come from the 'Board of Regents. Foot Cure Costs Man Toe . iYNCHBURQ, Va., June 4. (UP) —Lawrence Tweedy s ald today th doctor who cured his athlete's fo,>: with X-ray treatments gave him one treatment too many. He sued the doctor for £2:,OOD. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. AYcdticgxlay & Thursday "You Came Along" Itobrrt Cinninints. 1 i/:ilirlh Srul News ;\ini Cumcdy ON SEWSATIONAL NEW MEN'S DEODORANT * '--'^:-' :f '"A $2.50 VALUE FOR $1.50 BUY ONE CARGO SHAVE LOTION AT «1.fO. GET Trie NEW CARGO DEODORANT WITHOUT CHARGE ' '•*••» ">* A 1S * MEAD'S akc HIS gift a MEAD gift and you'll have a happy Dad on Father's Day. Our day-to-day contact \ with men is our constant source of information about his likes and needs. Because -we know His desires and specialize in satisfying them, you will do heller lo select from our large assortment of famous trade mark names of known quality. Yes, Gentlemen prefer If It's For A Man, MEAD'S Wi/J Hove It! ROBES Cool, comfortable Seersucker :>i»l Terry Cloth are ideal for Dad to take on his vacation. They're cool and easy to pack. TIES numbers neat, colorful patterns every father will appreciate SPORT SHIRTS tailored of cool, washable fabrics. While, Ian, blue, bamboo, maize and All sixes. SLACK SUITS Fresh, cool tropi- cals ami gabardines. Matching sport shirl and trousers. All colors and sizes. ENSEMBLES New "Shackeis" and trouser:-. in richly blended colors. Some- father will really appreciate. SWIM TRUNKS Popular Uoxcr and Kaccr types, \ai\orctl by McGregor. Offered in fine quality laslcx. >xco^o;>>>^

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free