The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1955 · Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1958 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PACK ELBTEN \What Happens Now? [Argentina Is Asking \After Fall of Peron By BRUCE HENDERSON BUENOS AIRES (AP) — A labor leader ran his finger I across his neck. I "What happens now?" he said. A young Argentine girl said softly\ "The little things count so much. Those little fears we 1 were fighting against." These were fragments of the re- I action which ran through this cap- I ital Monday night and yesterday [ after the downfall of Juan Domingo I p e r o n, Argentina's self - styled 'leader." What fears were the rebels fight- I Ing? The young anti-Peronista girl I spoke seriously: Four Turkish Newspapers \Are Closed ISTANBUL. Turkey ifl — The! I army command governing Tur- j key's three largest cities under ( marital law yesterday closed four j of the coutnry's major newspapers The military ordered the Istanbul afternoon paper Hergun to cease publication for 15 days because of the prominence it gave the news of ! u. S. Secretary of State Dulles' ap- | peal for a Turkish-Greek reconcili- i ation. Three others, all morning papers, ! were closed for publishing .state! ments by former President Ismet [ Inonu, leader.of the major opposi- i lion People's Republican party. The Ulus of Ankara, official or- I pan of Inonu's party, was suspended Indefinitely. The Istanbul Hurri- yet and Tercuman, both strong sup- 1 porters of Premier Adnan Men- deres' government were shut for 15 days. The martial law decre after the disastrous anti-Greek riots in Istanbul and Izmir Sept..6 asked all ! papers not to publish articles that might incite the population. The military commander, Lt. Gen. Nurettin Aknoz. also requested that the papers avoid controversial political subjects, "We couldn't say what we thought for fear of being arrested. You were afraid of going to jail, and staying there indefinitely. You spoke in whispers, or not at all. Embarassed Abroad "And when you went abroad you were embarrassed. You were an Argentine, and he was your president. It was a stigma we carried. Those are what you might call the little things that are so Important in life.*" Who will grasp the loose reins? What new road will this richest of Latin lands take? Crowds laughed at the cold, slashing rain. Some bareheaded, they skipped through rain puddles kissing and embracing, waving flags in damp but triumphant parades. The blue and white flag of Argentina broke out of Windows lining the streets. Militant groups broke into Peronista precinct headquarters scattered around the city and ripped pictures of Peron and his late wife Eva from the walls. Although P e r o n's supporters were not in sight, his influence was not completely gone. Agrentina had known Peron, and only Peron, for ajl these years. Kis pictures and his words would not be torn down in a day. Argentines, untutored in guiding Uieir own political fortunes, must learn the ways oi self-government j anew. In a mtion still Ued to the] past, the first few hours of. the | future were confused and racked bv doubt and uncertainty. FIVE-STAR AIDE—Lieutenant Olive F. G. Marsh *f Cleveland, now an adnunittratire a&sJsUnt at the White House, has had a star-studded WAG career. She wu General Elsenhower's confidential secretary when be was Army Chief 6f Staff, General Bradley's as Chief of Staff and as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of SUIT. RENT MOVIE CAMERAS FLASH CAMERAS Complttt Selection of Flaih Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 New Solar Battery to Power Rural Telephone System NEW YORK Cf) — Bell Telephone i every moment that the sun shines Laboratories announced yesterday Since the circuit, of which the eigh: that its new solar battery, which phones are a part, requires only one watt, the surplus will go into draws energy from the sun, will be storage batteries mounted on the j used to power a rural telephone | , , a{ ( I system near Amencus, Ga., .for " the first time on Oct. 4. The experiment will be conducted by Southern Bell Telephone Co.. an operating'unit of American Telephone i Telegraph Co.. of which Bell labs is the research !\rm. The solar battery, unveiled last spring, will generate enough power to operate eight phones. Mounted atop a telephone pole, it will generate up to 10 watts of electricity An Invitation This Is your personal invitation to visit BlythevillcTi oldest ready-to-wear shop. We are eager to have you visit ui. . . wt w»nt to know you better ... we want you to become acquainted with our friendly service . . and most ol all. w« would like to introduce you to the most lamoui name* In ladles fashion . . . names that have established Th* New York Store as Blytheville's most popular fashion reni« since 1909. 218 W. Main Pfion* 2-2132 In Blytheviile Since 1909 For All That's Good in Insurance Fire, Extended Coverage, A«tom«M)e, tin, Hurt u>4 U*MMr, »nd surety bonds lor your i—' Sound Insurance protection »n4 dependable ftervict, y«rti •*• Invited to call at our office. , W. M. BURNS AGENCY 219 W. Walnut Phone 3-3361 The RAZORBACK South Highway 61 "Where Friends Meet In Blythevilk' Serving the Best Fo*cf in TWn • Real Barbecue Ribs • Italian Spaghetti • Delicious Sea Foods • U.S. Choice Steaks Memphis Slum Program Okayed WASHINGTON '& — Approval of the Memphis program for eliminating slums was announced yester- ; day by the Housing and Home Fl- \ nance Agency. ' But the agency said "some work ' still remains to be done before it (Memphis) can qualify for the various type of federal assistance available to communilies participating In urban renewal programs under terms of the housing act of ' 1954. "Specifically. Mem phi. 1 ! has been Advised that the required elements of a comprehensive city plan will have to be officially adopted before it can receive approval of a loan and grant contract in connection with a pending urban renewal proj- ; ect. It will also have to complete some work on neighborhood analy- \ ses before H will have a completely { comprehensive workable program. { "Other than that. Memphis lias; generally met the requirements." 1 FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. No brokerage fees lo pajj 2. No slock to purchase 3. An opportunity to establish credit with a large insurance Co. that Is and hai been for many years a prr- inanent lender In this territory 4. Long time low Interest rate I. We pay the appraisal and attorney fee* 6. 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It's simply wonderful how Coke brings you back so quickly, so refreshed... and with as few calories as half an average, juicy grapefruit. That's what it takes for real refreshment! It's a fact! Coca-Cola is by far the most asked-for soft drink in the world. «N»f« AUTHOIIIT Of «Oe»-tOlA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE "Cat*" h a nghttnrf tra4t-fMft.

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