The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 9, 1955
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.y COURIER NEWS PAGE FIV1 German-Russia Talks Kicking Up Question Of East-West Trade By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Chancellor Adenauer's talks today with the, Kremlin leaders are kicking up again the question of East-Wen trade. Many of his West Germans are wger to get a slice of it, When Tk*%n*iU*f ••! |II*!MA and J * can be revived. So are I hOUghtTUl JUdgC many Britons and also a number of Americans, particularly some auio makers. The German-Russian talks today are chiefly concerned with international politics, arms and alliances. Bui the question of trade is well up on the agenda. Adenauer is talking for a country that has made a spectacular industrial comeback since the war, although just now his West Germany is being threatened by inflation and may have to take drastic steps to prevent it. It has'enough in its financial kitty to afford drastic steps, Steel Output Up Goes to Rescue CAMDEN, N. .J {.ft—Illness three times previously had prevented Mrs. Ermina Ciotti, 77, from getting her final papers to become a citizen. Yesterday she was again scheduled to receive the papers and to take the oath — and once afiain she was ill. Federal Judge Thomas H. Madden, learning of her plight, went to her home and administered the osth. Mrs. Ciotti, who came from NILA NEWS •y Mri. Jimei FelU | Rome about 40 years ago. sat Steel output has climbed inj through the ceremony grasping a Germany. But neither Germany small American flag. She said af- nur England have been able to terwards, "I am so very happy." raise productive capacity enough •— to keep up with their own indus-j trial expansion.'Tliis was particul- T*i/**» ^l/iware ftia irty tough on them because both! • w <* JIUyei> LSIB were trying at the same time 10 I C J*** C ?«**.. hold or grab export markets. •"• JmCJ JII1CJ In England this has meant importing -steel and other products j OSSINING. N. Y. Lft — Two New demanded by prospering Britonjsj York City holdup slayers died in Mr. and Mrs. James. Pelts had as supper guests Mr. and Mrs. Max li. Falrley of QsceoU and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweet, Jr. of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin B. Lamb and son, Bryant, of Oak Ridge, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Pinell Capehart and daughter, Carrie Jean, of Holland, Mo., and Mr. and Mr?. Gerald Donner and son, Gerry, of Manila were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Donner, Mrs. Herman Vastbinder returned home recently after spending ten days with her daughter. Miss Patty Yokum, in Redding, Penn. Mrs. Parker Osborn spent last week in Paragould with her father, A. JvBlythe, who is critically iil. Mrs. Marion Wall and , sons, Charles, Steven and Davis of San Antonio, visited her sister and family. Mr. and- Mrs. V. B. Osborn, last week. Joe Earl Newton of Allenion, Mich., and mother, Mrs. Alia Newton of Senath were guests of Mr and Mrs. Hugh Miles and Joe Hornberger last week. Rev. and Mrs. Norris Steele and children o£ North Little Rock spent j last week visiting Mrs. Sieele's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davidson, and Mr. Steele's parent. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Steele, and other relatives in Manila. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Shedd and sons, Wayne and Leonus. Mr. and Mrs. Lee" David. Mrs. Hatlie Mae Grimes. Mrs. Lorine Blackwood, all of Manila, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Le-;ier who have been on a consumer buying spree. And England's reserves have fallen, shaking the the electric chair at Sing Sing Prison last night. Clarence M. Reed. 32. and Ed- pound * little and causing Prime; ward J. Nichols, 28, were electro- Minister Eden to warn that the: cuied for the shooting of Arville A. nation's economy is in "mortal j Davis; 66. in a $200 card game peril". Wages and profits are rls-j holdup in New York City May B, trig- faster than productivity and 11954, British goods may be priced out of world markets. Adenauer's difficulties are dif- Davis was killed by a burst of gunfire when he answered a knock on the door of his Harlem apart- ferent. West Germany's financial I m( , m The holdup men escaped position is still sound. But wages j wil [, .„,, i oo; a[Ior woundtnp an- and prices are starting to rise| 0t h Pr man w - no tried to resist there, too. Thr. big industrial ex- ! them. pansion has brought a labor short- P.RP and new wage demands are School Has More and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Vastbinder visited their nephew, Paul Serratt, in Poplar Bluff, last week. Mr, Serratt is in the hospital In Poplar Bluff in a critical condition with both arms broken and one leg broken and head and body injuries following a car-motorcycle accident. Rev. and Mrs. Alvis Moore and son, James, spent a week's vacation at Forrest City and Batesville. The Whosoever Class of the First Methodist Church met at ttie church Monday night for their regular class meeting and party. The birthday of Mrs. M. S. Bollinger was celebrated. Supper was served at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Johnnie May McMelwee of Baton Rouge, La., recently spent a few days , visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Homer and sons Larry and Sonny of Manila, and Mr. and Mrs. Steven John? and sons Hugh, David and Steven. Jr., of Blytheville spent the first of last week vacationing at-Hardy. Mrs. J. C. Storey and granddaughters Shera and Shawna Johnston returned . home Thursday from St. Joseph. Mo., where they spent a week visiting Mrs. Storey's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cook, -and daughter Glenna. Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Fleeman and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Osborn returned last week from a ten-day vacation spent in Jefferson City visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Dunigan and Dr. and Mrs. Frank Milllgan. While on the trip they spent a weekend at Gattlenburg,.Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Thompson and daughter Cynthia and Boyce, of Cclion, Calif., visited relatives in Manila last week. Mrs. Clyde Milligan entertained at her home in Gideon, Mo., with a birthday dinner honoring her sis- ttirs, Mrs. Arline Robinson mid Mrs. Mike Theime of Manila, Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mri. Milton Towles and children Tommy, ElizabeUi and Amy, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Theime and children, Mary Jane and Jimmy, Mrs. Arline Robinson al! of Manila, Mr. and Mrs. Monte Milligan and daughter, Leeann of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. Von L, Shownes and son, Wade of Memphis, and Mr. and Mrs. John Estes of Reeves, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. James Felts were in Osfeola visiting Mr. and Mrs. John felts and son, John Allen, Tuesday night. Mrs. Jeanine Hitt of St. Louis spent the week-end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dial Ballard, of Manila. . Mrs. Jean Branscum and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blackard and daughter of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Barnette and daughter of Jackson, Miss. ,and Mrs. Bumba- lougii of Phoenix, Ariz., were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Flag?. Miss Brenda Lawson, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lawson, spent a few days visiting Miss Ruth Spence in Leachville last night. and spent n week visiting In St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fisher of Jonesboro w^re week end guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Homer, Mrs. Charles Stahr, Sr. of Hickman, Ky., returned to her home last week after spending a week with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stahr, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shownes and Mr. and Mrs. Virgel Tate and daughter Cinda of Leachviile were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin B. Lamb and son, Bryan of Oak Ridge, Tenn., went to Memphis to visit Mr. Lamb's parents todny. TJiey have spent the past five days visiting Mrs. Lamb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Donner and family of Manila, liams and sons enjoyed a fish fry Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Croom ana •ons, and Rev. and Mrs. Jessie Wit liams and sons enjoyed a fish fry at Big Lake picnic grounds. The Pittman children recently gathered at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Bert Barlow, for a family reunion. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pittman and family of Ft. Worth, Texas;,Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pittman. Mr. and Mrs. Murry Pittman. Lloyd Pittman, and Carol Smallwood, Mr. and Mrs. Zane Gregz, all of St. Louis; and Joyce Pittman who lives with the Barlows. Joyce returned with her brother Mayfleld and daughter. Alice Lucille, of Leachville and Mr. ana Mrs. E. B. David of BlvtteviHe all attended a birthday dinner at the home of Mrs. Attie Caton in Kcnton. Tenn., Sunday. The dinner was in honor of all members of the family whose' birthday is in September. Thirty- seven were present tor the occasion. Germany's Minister of Econom-. (j|f|s TKlS YCO T iff,, Ludwig Erhard. proposes to, liberalize import curbs and to: Mr. and Mrs. Georee Shednel- man and daughters Patricia, Sue and Dcbrah and Mrs. Charley Wainman of Memphis were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rubenstein and family. Mrs. Shendeiman is the sister of Mrs. Rubensiein and Mrs. Wainman is her mother. Mrs. Wainman remained 'over for a week's visit with her daughter and family. Kible Holt, son of Mr. and Mrs. lo»-er tariffs, so that Germans can!,. OOLpEN. Colo. *-To thf tie-j Herman Holt, returned home re-. HIV cheaner foreign consumer! '*'" ol '•° 68 male siuoents. Coio- cemlv after visiting his sister and; %JK PS._pTd«c.r,!»!J« ^00, ,, Mine, female en. | , , y , n Akro , o., and Dearborn. , Professional and Business Men: Don't waste your ratable time on tedious bookkeeping. We can do it FOR you at the amazingly low cost of only SI per month: No, we did not make a mistake—we really mean SI per month. Our rejrular statements analyze about 30 phase! of lour dailj business activities. Adequate records are vital to your business. Inquire today »tx>ut the D.M.P. and thank the day you saw this little ad. Bookkeeping-by-Moil Service DOLLAR-A-MONTH PLAN Box 342 — Osceola, Arkansas ,o hold do™ P^. Bec^e o,,^-^^^ ( Germany's strong gold and dollar ^ D ^ Havford ,£ of - reserves, and booming foreign Lak have cnrolled , trade. Erhard Is in a position to|, Qr clas . cs ,„, t We docs-' Mich." Mr. and Mrs. Newt Dunnigan j------ Full Nefson Deaf day. I Mines' lone female student last | FORT PIERCE, Fla. -f— It was year. Nancy Easley of Corpus i „ ( u u 5l c lson on a realty deal com- Chr:sti. Tex., has translerred to j pieted here yesterday." " """" "' "'''" c. A. Nelson bought a lot on Fort Pierce Beach for S3.100 from W. O Nelson. The broker was Lee Xel- son. They are not related. i the University of Colonido. ITS LOCATION El Paso, metropolis of the Ainer- gel away with it. This will form a background to any talks on trade the Gennivn. 1 -- «nd Russians may have over this weekend. Russia will be on the asking end in such Ullts. With the exception; of a few raw materials she has! little that Germany \vnnts. and] hssn'l been able to do without -• r , very well ' lcan ^ eiSerl m lne extreme west- _ German'businessmen would like I ern part of Texas, lies west of I In revive their old-tiine markeWi Denver, Colo., and south of Jackin Russia, doubtless. But Ihe Per-1 sonville. Fla. man manufactured goods that Rus-j .111 wants in many cases come under the West's ban on selling j (trategic Items to the East. But n-hatever trade deal — however small—the Germans and Russians cook up could easily be one of tin- few tangible resullf ol the, Kremlin talks. d ier Neus classirje( j Ads . Fitzpatrick's RUST-FREE HOT WATER TROUBlE-FRfE OPERATION ore built-in guorontee* r Vit-Roek Awfomotk Got _|! WATER HfATfR ; 10-Y«ot Warranty backed by o HALSELL& WHITE Main at Division Ph. 3-6096 WILL MAKE YOUR SiCK WATCH RUN LIKE NEW! 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