The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1950 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1050 BLYTHKVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Austria Accepts New Red Halter Officials Are Calm To Deadlock of Treaty Negotiations VIENNA, Austria. May 24. (/n— Austrian officials yesterday accented calmly Russia's latest deadlock- I>K of the Austrian treaty negolia- dKns In London. They salrt It, indi- eaterl their country was In for an indefinite occupation, probably longer than the seven years the Nazis stayed. The Soviets In London again blocked negotiations progress yesterday, this time with a demand that the Western powers first answer Russian charges that they have been violating the Italian peace treaty In Trieste. Western deputy foreign ministers meeting with the Russians asserted the Trieste issue had no connection with the Austrian question. One government source here termed the Soviet demand "ridiculous." VIce-Chanccllor Adolf Schaeri blamed the cold war for the lack ol an Austrian treaty. "Two power groups regard Ails tria as a stronghold, a field that, I: not to be given up to the'other," he declared. "They both say tliey would go if the other would go, so they both stay." The Western Allies, after 251 meetings of U.S.. British, French and Russian delegates to the treaty talks, now consider prospects of agreement with the Russians on a MODEL CIRCULATION SYSTEM - Dr Arthur T. Evans of CinciimaVi, O., dcmonslrates lo the Oliio Medical AssocuUion, meeting iti Cleveland, bis plastic model ol a human circulatory system. The doctor is injecting a dye into the arterial tree to show how blood is supplied lo the kidneys 1 and other abdiominaJ organs. This new method of tracking trouble spots inside the body by "lighting up" the artcnal system took (mi prize ai the meeting. Russians Spank Shostakovich MOSCOW, May 24. (/?>—DrnRri Shostakovich was spanked in public igain yesterday; 1 Shostakovich, considered one of he greats of modern Russian com- >osers, was criticized for not work- ng hard enough lo finish his new opera, "October" (which apparent- y deals with the Russian revolution.) The criticism was contained in a report of a meeting of the Board of Soviet composers union, carried by Pravda, the Commnnisl Party newspaper. It was the second time nrmind for Shostakovich. About two years ago he was criticised by the Congress of Soviet Composers for writing "decadent, bourgeois music," fault he confessed publicly and promised to correct. fSS TELEVISION —Miss Asia Gulich, ^7, of Gothenburg, was elected as Sweden's "Miss Television" over twenty wndidates In the first competition of its kind in Sweden. An earl experiment in photography consisted of reproducing crede silhouette shadows on chemically treated paper with the aid of the sun. That was in 1802. treaty to be hopeless and have taken steps to ease occupation controls over Austria, Russia on April 20 accused the United States and Britain of using Trieste as a naval and military base. Both Western governments rejected the Soviet charges but have not replied formally yet to the Russian note. Acheson Plans Secret Report WASHINGTON, May 24. </D Secretary of Slalc Acheson give Congress a secret report ncxl week on the work of the Atlantic Pact conference in London. Senate Democratic Leader Lucas, announcing this yesterday, said the entire membership of both houses will be invited to liear Acheson at closed meeting May 31 in the auditorium of the Library of Congress. Lucas made the announcement after a White Hou.se conference of Congressional leaders with President Truman. lie said the President told them that Achcsou would like (ft make a report to Congress members am answer questions. Israel Minister Raps Red Treatment of Jews AFIQIM, Israel. May 24. W| — Prime Minister Dp.vid Ben-Gurion said yesterday that Russia had given national freedom to everyone in the Soviet Union except the Jews, and asked that ionist-s In Russia be allowed to leave for Israel if triey wish. Speaking at a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the rounding of this communal settlement In the Jordan Valley near Tiberias, Ben- Gurlon emphasized the outstanding part Russian Jewry had had in building Israel. Afiqlm was founded by Russian Jews. Steele-Cooter By t'runkfe Ashcraft ROTA it IA NS ENTERTAIN The Stcele notary Club enlorUitn- e;l the Rotary Anns with a banquet at ilie Methodist church Wednesday evening. Other guests were Russell Phillips, Dlylheville. and Howard Robbins, St. Louis. The speaker of tlie evening was J. Harvey Burgess, hmuorcst, poet and former newspaper publisher of Harrington, rjcl. Ml. /.fun Croup Meets The Mt. Zlon Cemetery Association imd Pemiscot Singing Convention will hold its annual decoration and singing day program Sunday at the Mt. Zion Cemetery. The morning will be devoted to the decoration of the graves and the afternoon to the singing. The Volunteer Quiirtet from Memphis will be the featured singers, Subhead Unreadable The Bid and Gab club met Thursday In the home of Mrs. H. E. Doerner. Mrs. Dick Dillard of portnge- ville was a guest. During the rook games, Mis. James Perry won high. Mrs. Alplms Guest, low and travcle- ing prii:e a'ld Mrs. Hob Burton rook- oed. The Double-Four club mel at the hcnie of Mrs. Paul German Wednesday night. The evening was spent in looking at television and playing rook. Mrs. Harry Burden won high, Mrs. Evans Wilson low and Mrs Willie D. McDanicl nxiko. Thirty-seven members of the Steele High school senior class leave Tuesday on their annual em of school trip. This year they wil visit New Orleans and other paint of interest. Class sponsors, Kill Wil son. L. L. Dillard and Mrs. Winstoi Browu, will go with the class. Mrs. Bob Burton, Mr. and Mrs James Perry. Miss. Nora Muy ant Mrs. W. D. Rider attended the fun oral of Mrs Nclle Edwards at Cu ruthersvilte. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burden re '.urned home Tuesday from Ennls Texas. Jerry Strothers and Sammy Cecil of Caruthcrsvllle were the weekend guest of Harold "Sonny" Stroud. Cadet Charles Whatley of Columbus Military Academy .spent the weekend at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Whatley. Mrs. Joy Taylor. Mrs. Rodney Blake, and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Yca- gcr visited the Kennett Chapter of the Eastern Star, Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. ruder and son. Buddy, spent the weekend in Nevada. Mo., visiting Mr. Rider's mother, Mrs. W. L. Rider. Mr. Robert lludspcth, nuri daughter, Bernice. and Miss Marcene May spent the weekend at Biloxi, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bray had as their guests this week Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Hubbard, of Lamar, Colo.,'find Mr. and Mis. Al Pierce of Alabama. Mrs. Henry Lovelace was returned to her home Wednesday from the Methodist Hospital in Memphis where she recently underwent minor operation. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dates and sons. Richard and Robert, were St. Louis Hotel Has Robin Room CHICAGO CAP)—Two robins built a nest atop a Inrge light fixture near the entrance to a north side hotel. The management not only allowed IhPin to stuy but also kept | 1050. the light out during their sleeping hours. of Mississippi County, Blythevllle, Arkansas, in Cause No. J 1,296 within thirty clays and answer the Complaint of plaintiff, Ellen Overall. Witness my hand a.i Clnrk of said Conn and seal thereof this May 15, IN THK CIIANCKRY COUNT I'ou Tin: t IUSTIUCT or COUNTY, ARKANSAS ' EJlcn Overall, Pltf. vs No. Amnniia Overall Gibsno, et nl, WARMXG ORDER The defendants, Sully Mae Over- II Edwards, Ulysie Seahorn, Junior sg. Anna B. EJrngg, Margaret iragg MadLson, Rob Bragg and "ederal Land Bank of St, I/nils, arc vnrnecl to appear hi the Chancery 3ourL for the Chickusawba Di.-strlct LUCKY NUMBER—The Stmue of Liberty is the mosl wonclerfnl thing m America—be Her than television — says 12-ye;ir-old Dace 'Epcrm.itns. The blonde, pig-lail«l Latvian girl is the 150.000lh Displaced Person to enter the United Slnies and wil] be the gut-si ol honor at "1 Am an American Day" ceremonies at Washington's Scsquiccntciinial this month. is the guest of Mrs. Alfred Hnstlngs Mrs. Wfltlc ITollcnbfck, Mrs. Eutra Mnlbis and Mrs. Ttunnra Fari: honored Mrs. Kelly Joe Rhodes will a bridal shower at the Ilollcnhcck home -Thursday night, Mrs. DoroLh Hamra led the various games Political Announcement The Courier News ha-s been Huthor- i/.etl to announce the following can didates, subject to the Democriitii primaries. July 25 and August 8. ron visitors this week. Mrs. W. E. Taylor spent the week in Murray, Ky. Mrs. Rlloy Hastings of Memphis Uoland JUDGE Green FOR STATE .REPRESENTATIVE L. H. Mltry Re-election Post No. 3 John .1. Cowan Kenneth S Sulccr Post No 2 E. C. "Gene" Plccninn (For re-election Post No < W. P. Wells For State Senator W R Nicholson • J. Lee Bearden HARVEY MORIUS, Clerk 5H1-21-31-OJ7 ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. HEARS AGAIN FOR ONLY $1.50 A Hirlfonl Cily, T fiat. Jlul. OUKIKK cljnjrt.1 all Itiil in't I Ijtar aKiin." Yrs, jou loo tan h<ar Jaainl als car OUKINK. an Jiicovt.r la NO OUK1NK heir., nOLj remove /our h a few rm hearing bccauic wii («fum«D) head n . AMAKIKU, W irtd, lor .o heir., ::-cn.c,S .ill home, , Gel OUUINK lo.lar. No Rilk. Your raor,*/ not hear belter «t one*. Vli Lack il rou do . .ad euiranlo OUK1N2. STEWART'S DRUG STORE Main anil I-ake Streets rhnne 2822 . Blythevllle, Ark NO EXTRA COST FOR CREDIT COTTON GROWS FAST With FULL WHITENING YET PUREX IS GENTLE TO COTTONS AND LINENS MIXED FERTILIZER — RESULTS OF COLLEGE EXPERIMENTS Results of carciul experimentation by colleges show that: • NITROGEN in fertilizer promotes plant growth, • PHOSPHOROUS hastens maturity. • POTASH keeps the plant healthy, prevents rust in cotton, prolongs the period of productivity, helps bolls to open well. That's Why You Should Side Dress Your Cotton Now It's not too late to use mixed fertilizer on your cotton . .'. and phosphorous and potash are important to your crop. Plan now to side dress for an early-maturing, bigger crop this fall. All Regular Grades of Mixed Fertilizers Are Available BLYTHEVILLE FERTILIZER CORP ' •••••• South Highway 61 BlytheyiUe, Ark. Purex Is safe—yef no olber bleach Joes a beffer whrfemng job/ Pnrex wliilcns your w.isli willi gentle ConlrollrxT Action, Scientists say it lias "a lower oxidation polcnli,i!!'ThM .simply means: Purcx is milder— milder and safer for yuur coltoti and linen fabrics. Avoid the costly results of harsh bleaching! Harsh Mcaching oxir/ucs threads. Cloth grows weak, wear* oul loo soon. Why throw awny money, when you can uso Purcx? Ils special safety factor makes it milder for all your white and color-fast wash. Gel danling washes without bleach damage! Say* money! No other ble.icli makes whiles whiter or fast color. 1 ! hriglilcr than Purcx. Ycl I'urcx is gcnfte. Used as directed il protects your colton nncl linen fabrics so they last as foug a\ t/ no blr.fic'k wr.re r/7r?r7. Rememberl Flay sntel Uioortly Purcx, (Vie genllo bleach. GUARAHTIt W» guoranlaf Ihol fur*-*, ui«d o\ diiiK^d, Mill U4 y&ur cotlon or>d linln fobno loll fully a. long GI II no bl.atli w.r. u.«d. 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