The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1955 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGSFIVl With Malik Aforethought: the Big Smile By TOM A. CULLEN NEA Staff CurreHpttndent LONDON —.(NEA) — Blackpool may be Coney Island to millions of Britons, but Karl Marx would have described il as a place where workers.are doped by capitalist candy-floss. No true son of Marx is Jacob Malik, the 49-year-old Soviet Ambassador to Great Britain. For one thing, Ambassador Malik likes candy-floss. Recently, His Exceiiency got his fill not only of the sticky, pink stuff. but of candied apples on a stick. The Soviet envoy mingled with the crowds along the boardwalk, joined them in singing. "I Just like to be .beside the seaside." He even consented to having a model of himself placed in Tussaud's waxworks along Blackpool promenade. He had conic to Blackpool to switch on the famous "illuminations," seven miirs of colored lights arranged in floral designs along the sea-front. It was all part of the new Soviet diplomacy. — the "unbuttoned look," as it is known here. Of the "unbuttoned" Russian diplomats Malak is the most rumpled, tousled and amiable of Uie k>i. From the scowling Russian delegate to the United Nations, a role in which Britons remember him well, Malik has turned into a genial, posy-smelling, babv-kissirig envoy. Today Malik Is "one of the most soughi-afier guests at diplomatic parties. Even Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden had been up to Chequers recently to discuss the coming visit to Britain of Bulgamn and Khrushchev. Gone is the Malik, whose "Niet-" 'not rang like a pistol-shot at U.N. Security Council meetings. Now he knows only how to say "Da!" (yes i. Reporters who called at the Soviet Embassy recently m response to Malik's informal invitation to visit his rose garden, half expected to be met, by the usual Russian plug-uglies of the NKVD type. Instead, "it was smiles, smiles all the way. as they were ushered through the Victorian mansion which houses the Soviet Embassy in Kensington Park Gardens. In the garden, whose ornamental j is a mixture of pink snd ycllo 1 lake is stocked svUh black Russian j would H b<; correct- to say \\\&\ carp. Malik, himself, was wailing to : "peace" will arrive this autumn? greet the press. He wore a gray-blue • Here the Russian lavished heaitily. suit and American-style moccasins.; »jf O) no. you must say that peace and a crack in the left lens of his' f> already here." sun glasses gave him a less-than-I Although Malik is at his best in superman air. In fact, he looked' small gathering, he knov.s how to positively benevolent. - shine on the larcer orjcusions. Re"Good mornlne, good mormng.'j t ;enUy he scored a hit with the for himself. Did the Soviet ambassador play cards? "Who doesn't?" was his non- 'committal reply, but he hastened to assure an anxious questioner that he played solely for recreation, and not as a means of gambling. The only [law in the Harrogate visit came when Malik passed up a glass of vodka for a whiskey and soda l"I always drink the drink of the country I am in"). City officials, who had laid In a supply of vodka at $7 a litre for a luncheon honoring the Russian official, are -still wondering what to do With the stuff. Little Rock Girl Back Home After Trip to Johns Hopkins LITTLE ROCK \fi — Eight-year- old Marcelene Mitchell arrived back in Little Rock yesterday after an inconclusive trip to Baltimore, where doctors postponed a decision on whether she needs a corrective heart operation. Baltimore last week in a National Guard plane, returned to Little j Rock by bus. Marcelene was born with a hole i in the wall of her heart. The condition hinders the normal process of! restoring oxygen to the blood and j The gi:l and her parents, flown to j caus es Marcelene to tire easily. After a series of examinations,! doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, advised Mr. and Mrs., Wyre Mitchell to bring tile' girl; back next April, "We think she's holding her own pretty good," said Dr. Kurt Wegner of the hospital, "... so we'd eiterday at Baptist Hospital.! rather vait a while to see whether M 54 she will require surgery." At Little Rock. Mrs. Mitchell said Marcelene was resting yesterday but that she would be enrolled in FOR MODERN-DAY WORSHIP—The mutton a c ^ = ,, uj tms church in Kansas City, Mo., lea luxes three telescoped arches symbolic of the Holy Trinity. Despite the unusual appearance o'l the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, it is .-.till buUt in the traditional form of * a'oss. Its doors are hinged 011 a ciuds at the entrance. Veteran Army General Dies HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (& — Col. Eugene C. Callahan, 63, who had served on the staffs of Gen. John J. Pershing and Gen. Douglas MacArthur, died Sunday in a hospital here. Col, Callahan. a native of Terre Haute, Ind., made his home here after his retirement in 195-. Read Courier News Classified Ao> Tendtr jan FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mfl. (J) —Maj. Gen Frank O. Bowman, commanding officer at Pi. Wood, hu warned officers and noncomc not to use profanity around the 17-i8'i- year-old youths who start reporting here Oct. 4 as part of a new national reserve program. "Treat, them like your own sou," he told them. Mount Rainier's glaciers .contain 40 square miles of ice from 50 » 500 feet thick. Mississippi Sheriff Dies MEMPHIS ijfi — Van B. Long, sheviil of Sunflower County. Miss., j ' died He I The sheriff was .stricken while attending a baseball f .jame Friday nigh!. He \vas taken first to a hospital at Indianola. Miss., and was ; school todas'. The mother said if it was found that Marcelene coultin'l stand the 1 brought here Sunday. He would have completed a, four- eai t»im as sheriff Jan. 1. A na- ; s:raiD of scn ~ool an effort would be me of Ruleville. Miss., he served ; made [0 give her pr i vate instruc- 1 a ckr*. ol that city before being | [ion at nome e'tt cd ineriff RUSSIA'S MALIK: For peace, a pink and yellow rose. a white rose? "Ah." said Malik, wagging a finger playfully, "you have lived too long in the cold war. Ii i Soviet, Finns | Sign Agreement MOSCOW '.-Pj—The Soviet Union and Finland yesterday signed j agreements returning the Porkkala i Naval Base near Helsinki to Fin- I land and extending their treaty of j friendship and cooperation for 20 I years. ! The Porkkala agreement includes a promise by the Russians to ; *,viihdraw their forces from the base within three months of Us rat! ificaiion. The [rjp tg ^ hospila ] financed i by donations from Little Rock resi- i dents, was the second for Marcei lene. The recently-completed exam- I inations were a followup to an ex- I ploratory operation last March. New Homes in Dixie Gardens —Built to Your Specification— You Choose Your Lol and We Will Help You Biuld the Home of Your Dreams. Large Lots — Paved Streets — City Sewer System — Close to Down Town Go North on Second St. to Missouri For an Appointment Call Kemp Whisenhunt, Realtor 122 W. Walnut Phone 3-4469 FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. No brokerage fees to pay 2. No stock to purchase 3. An opportunity to establish credit with a large insurance Co. that is and has been for many years a permanent lendtir in this territory i. Lon; time low interest rate 5. We pay the appraisal and attorney few 6. Quick sen'ice, fast closing. We close loans before most companies make their inspections. For Information, See, Call or Write LOGAN FINANCE CORP. Lynch Building: BJytheville, Ark. Phone 2-20 Exclusive Agent for American United Life Insurance Co. he beamed, and he set about with pruning shears to decapitate his garden for posies to give to his guests. Did he do his own gardening? he was asked. Oh. yes. he mowed the lawn, carted manure and fertilizer, cleared up the leaves. "But I have *o little time," he sighed. "Pcrhnpi you would call me an under-gardener," He talked of Uie Rose of Peace, which the mayor of Harrogate is sending him this autumn to plan I in his garden. Was Peace a red or townspeople of Han-cga 1 .-?. when lie dropped in on their Flower and Horse Show and rieiciibed the spa as "the mct'St town 1 have visited in England." Malik visited the Royal Eiuhs. wrinkled up his nose as he sampled the sulphurous Hater "Not fiood. but. healthy." was his verdict. N>x!. he n?ec!U''d cm bflnul ol his government :> mounted pi.ique of Harrocate's coat of arms, ana two souvenir parks of play ins cards Eisenhower Dinners Planned WASHINGTON '.F — Republicans will mark the third anniversary of Presidem Eisenhower's inauguration with "Salute io Eisenhower" dinners in more than 100 major ciues next Jan. 20. Republican National Chairman Leonard W. Hall and Chairman -John Clifford Folcer of the GOP National Finance Committee said the dinners will launch party fund raisiap eHoris for the 1956 election campaign All but 4S miles of New Jersey's boundaries are formed by natural waterways. Housecleaning is easier when you live electrically HAVE PLENTY of hot water from your electric water heater LAUNDER LOTS- and easily— with your washer and electric dryer CLEAN FAST- and well— with your versatile vacuum cleaner Ark-Mo Power Co. 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