The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 27, 1950
Page 12
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Churchill Seeks Talk on Coal Pool Parliament's Debatt To Feature Vote of Confidence on Act IONDON, June 27. W) — Brl- i&JiTx Socialist government won a yot« of tonfldenct, 300 lo 289, to- nlcht on Hs decision to slay away / from Furls discussion over pooling Europe's coal and steel resources. LONDON, June 27 —<>r>—Win- ston Churchill charges Into parliament's two day debate on pooling Kurope's coal and steel today with a demand for Britain to join in talks about it. Prime Minister Attlec made the issue one of confidence in his government. His twin majority is expected to survive against combined Conservative - Liberal opposition and thus save his regime from having to seek reelection. Churchill, a leading advocate of united Europe, is irate because the Labor government turned down a French invitation to discuss the pooling p!an with France, Italy, Western Germany, Belguim, Holland and Luxembourg. Government Stayed The government stayed because it would have been forced to accent A declaration that it would help set up "a new high authority whose decisions will bind" the governments even berore the nature or duties of the pool authority were known. Britain's unique position a.s henci of the common wealth and banker for the sterling area also influenced the government's balky attitude. Churchill's critical motion, left a loophole for escape if the plan works out to Britain's disad van tags. Attlee was set to wind up the debate just before his counter-motion io approve the government's alool stand 3s voted on at 6 p.m. (GMT) tl p.m. Eastern Standard Time). Eden Opens Fire Conservative former Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden opened the opposition attack yesterday. "It is an essential British interest that the Schuman proposals should succeed and to enable them to do so Britain should take her pnrt in them," he said. Sir Stafford Cripps. chancclor ol the exchequer, answered him. "We could not enter hghtheartcd- ly upon any scheme or plan which might attect profoundly our coal and steel industries," he said. He added, however, that Britain Is ready "to do our utmost lo join in or to associate ourselves with an> scheme that meets the approval of the six countries now meeting in Paris." Jerusalem Shunned JKRU3ALEM (AE*) —The Roman TO EACH HIS OWN—Forty governors, each standing on a lapcd-oJT section representing his own slate, fashion a large m;ip of the United Stales on the front lawn of the Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Tho stunt was arranged during (ho annual governors' conference at the resorl cily. Obituaries Services Are Held For Drowning Victim Services were held at 2 p.m. today for Samuel H, Vailes, 28, of Iforncr.sville, who drowned Sunday wlille swimming near Jack-son, Miss. He was born near Waverly, Tcnn. In 1921. The funeral was held at the Baptist Church with A. J. Emerson Funeral Home in charge. Burial was in Horner Cemetery. Accident Victim Returned to Manila The body of nud Cartrlght, 25, formerly of Manila, is being relum- ed to Howard Funeral Home of McGregor Announces Sale of Taxi Company Eddie McGregor, who for a number of years has operated a taxi in Blytheville. yesterday announced that he has sold all Interests in the S31 Taxi Company to Richard Sweat. Mr. McGregor said that the sale was completed several months ago. His announcement was made due to the fact that the 931 Taxi Company is still popularly known as McGregor's Taxi. Brahma Crossbred* . MATHKSON, Colo. —«'J— Talk about Braham bulls and most people picture a wild-eyed critter coming out of a rodeo cliule hell bent for leather with a cowpoke hanging on lor dear lite. Those people haven't seen the gentle Heefmaster cattle which are prc-dominanlly Brahma being raised in «ast«rn Colorado, Texai and flsewher* In the nation. About one hall Brahma, a quarter Shorthorn and a quarter Hereford, the Beefnwstcrs are so domesticated that in some cases ranchers don't even need cowboys lo round them up. They Just sound a stren and the cattle come charging in. Manila for scmces. Mi-. Cartright was killed in nn automobile accident at Benton Harbor, Mich. Relatives In Manila said full details of the accident had not been received. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Margaret Cartright; his father, Bill Cnrtrlght of Manila; two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Mosby of Slanfield, Ariz, and Mrs. Bert Glaze of Benton Harbor; two brothers, Roy Wesson and Harold Wayne Cartright ot Manila. Scnath Installs Meters away n Israel and Jordan Generally unsettled conditions availability of other than the accommodation twee i and simplest housing accommodations have been among other major reasons. Church sources say that fewer than 1,000 pilgrims in organized parties have visited Jerusalem since '-•' Christmas—the beginning of Prowler in the Night ROCK ISLAND. 111. <fl'j— Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lerch heard a prowler in the house. They looked, found nobody: Then, In the still of the night, came the soft sounds of feet stealing down thn interior stairs. They -searched again, but in vain. An hour later there was noise and a dim figure at. the back door. Police were called. They captured the marauder. It was a raccoon. SLEEP COOL TONIGHT BLOWER EVAPORATIVE COOLER Cools, humidifies and fillers air—gives complete summer comfort! Eastfy installed in window! Motor mounled wi rubber lo run qulelly. 1800 CFM cap. CUT NtGHT TEMPERATURE 10-15° SleepincomforHAHIcfandrivesoutnoal of day, draws in cool night air. Powerful ileet fan balanced lo reduce vibration 10,000 CFM capacity. UL listed. 'oachers Clean Up LONDON. (/P; — Highly-organim! anes of poachers are making for- uncs raiding trout, and salmon trcnins of England and Scotland, •p get the fish which they sell in xmdon and other eitics they use xploslvcs, poison and elc-clrical deices to stun the ftsh, .says H com- nitlec set up by the secretary for Scotland. Many of the ponchers are making &280 a night by raiding salmon and rout, the committee says. To break ip poaching the committee suggcst- ri watchers for rivers aiul takes, confiscation of equipment, Includ- ng cars and boats; wider powers to search, and licenses far dealers in sitlrnon and trout. Now the maximum penalty for snlmoii or trout reaching Is $14. Cops Take Baby on Tour TROY, N. Y.—<fl>j—Four-year- old Richard D'Andrca toured Troy at the expense of the police department. The boy wandered away from home. Two policemen picked him tip a mile away, but he wouldn't say,where he lived. The cops bundled him into R patrol car and cruised mound until Dickie spotted hi.s home. Negro Deaths Serv/ces Are Scheduled For Bell Bishop, 80 Services for Bell Bishop who died Sunday nt Osccohi will he held Tuesday ab 1 p.m. at Locust Grove Methodist. Church by Rev. G. H. |On(!iings, pastor. She was 80. I W. P. Cobb Funeral Home is In charge. WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESMAN To Seli Formal I Tractors and International Trucks. A Good Deal for the Right Man BEN F. BUTLER CO. OSCEOLA Uld-fashioned Straight Kentucky Bourbon with the smooth mellowness of age.., Nature's great pift to your enjoyment. None finer at any price. How io take the Work out of Housework tajLiicu: msmiiNs cimrm, LOUISVILLE. XT. • st nm • IBIS WHISK is 4 u«s guj For Safe, Profitable Grain Storage •BUTLER Galvanized STEEL GRAIN BINS Wash beater and howl of your electric mixer immediately after use. Lukewarm water is best. Never bang the healer against the bowl to detach particles. Dry thoroughly. Wipe off molor. Cover when not * use. (Alixers are handy. You can ran yours an hour for n cent's worth of electricity.^ Didn't finish your ironing today? Don't worry. You can keep sprinkled clothes from mildew by wrapping in wax paper, and placing in your refrigerator. They'll keep sweet and fresh for several days. (Your Refrigerator will work all week entlfur a nickel's north of electricity.) What's more welcome than a cooling fan these hot summer days? Be sure the blades on your fan arc clean, and the wire and plug are in good order. Tans get thirsty in summer, too. When was yours oiled last? (For only one cent, tin ordinary sized fan will keep you cool marc than jfiill hours.) Before washing dishes that h.tvc held raw eggs, rinse in cold 1 water. Hot water cooks the eggs on the dish, makes washing harder. J,ucky you, if you have an electric washer. Simply put your dishes ; n and forget them! (An electric dishwasher will wash and dry 6 loath of dishes for a penny! Las breakage, too!) Electric bulbs give better light when clean. Regularly wipe off the bulbs with a damp cloth. You'll be surprised at the light-robbing grime they collect. Fluorescent tubes should be cleaned once * month. (You can light a ioo-watl fluorescent lamp for almost 3 hours for a single penny!) Want to make a parchment lamp shade last longer, stay cleaner and look better? Wax it. Simply polish with a soft cloth and a colorless furniture wax. Makes shade easier to dust, too. (Did you know a penny of electricity will 40-11 ate lamp bulb for 7 hours!) , Sprinkle clothes with lint waler. It spreads through fibers quicker and more evenly. Makcasprinklcrout of a ketchup bolile and a spray cork. Wrap colored clothes separately in wax paper, and they won't run. (It's true you can iron 30 handkerchiefs for a cent's worth of electricity!) Be kind to your washing machine. Never overload; Empty machine while suds are hot. Brush cylinder under the water that runs out. Let cylinder dry thoroughly before replacing. 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