The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 28, 1956 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 28, 1956
Page 9
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINI AdlaiProposes Capital Meeting On Segregation NEW YORK (AP) — Adlai E. Stevenson proposes that President Eisenhower invite White and Negro leaders of the South to a meeting in Washington in an effort to ease racial tensions. He says he has been "very much disturbed by mounting tensions in the South." Proposing a biracial conference, rising tensions." Would Strenrihen Handu Stevenson, who made the proposal during a visit to his New York campaign headquarters, said the Democratic presidential aspir- tne prestige of the President ant told newsmen Uast night : i "should be exerted before the situ"In order to avoid any possibility ation gets any more serious." of further disorder or further dam- Stevenson said a conference such .. ,. , . „„ I as he proposed would 'strengthen age to the nation's reputation | Oje ha £ ds of fte th^ghum an d abroad, I think the situation mer-: tne res p 0 nsible leaders of both its the prompt attention o! the' races." • President. Discussing his own views on civ- "The office of the President of the United States has Discussing il rights and desegregation, he he United States has a great said they coincide with the Su"oral influence and great prestige i P«me Cour decree whch said a and I. think the ttae has come; reasonable time should be al owed When that influence should be usedi to effect the elimination of segre- by calling together white and Ne- 8a''°n *" P<">"c education, gro leaders from the areas con- In answer to a question, he said cerned In the South to explore ways and means of allaying these be changed overnight." he does not think segregation "can "BETTER" MOUSETRAP-Thii Intriguing mousetrap hasnt caught any mice yet, but ii has captured th« attention of Mrs. Mary Kirkland of Keller, Tex. Mouse enteri through th* baw on the right A trap door shuts it in, forcing It to climb tin wire tube, center, ki mrch of freedom. But another trap door clouc when tht moun r**ch« th« top, »o K must toter *j» eompartnwnt »t left, through which 1* falls Into a square tin container. The mouse's last fell triggers a spring which op<« ttw first trap door for other curious mica. VraSONHOMEMAKERS — Officers for Wilson Chapter of Future Homemakers of America include (first row) Carolyn Camper, first vice president; Sandra McAfee, historian; Roschelle ^^*t j mWB^B-AcaD ,1 T-. . ^fc~ ' —•» Qualles, secretary; (second row) Jane Bowen, treasurer; Janet Hale, reporter; Jane Chandler, second vice president, and Jean Bowen, president. Only Firemen At Brthday Party for Lad BUBBANK, Calif. W)—Pat Coyle celebrated his sixth birthday with the kind of party 6-year-old boys lifee. No girls. If any of .Pat's girl friends wonder why they didn't get invitations they need not feel slighted. None of Pat's boy friends cajpe, either. The only guests were firemen. The party was held in station 4, near Pastor's Appeal Is Turned Down LODISVUJJ;, Ky. (/Fh- The Rev. Luther B. Martta asked criminal court yesterday to parole a young man accused of stealing his car but Judge L. B. Curtis turned him down. Judge CurtU said there have been too many auto tnefte recently for parole to be considered. He sentenced toe youth, Herbert W. Ha.yw, 19, to serve six months in Jail. Port Royal, Nova Scotia, settled in 1806, was Canada's first pw- manent settlement. Pat's home, and Capt. Charles O. Anderson, in charge of the A shift, arranged it after he heard that was what Pat wanted most. There were a few idle minutes for Pat when he was left alone as the firemen rushed off to a. false alarm, but they came back to help him eat the ice cream and cake. Pat is wondering if some of those spiteful girls turned in that alarm, ; to get even. Helps Ywi Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry Mo longer be Minorca or f«l til-»t- CAM beeausa oljoose, wobbly f»l§t teeth. FASTEETH.ftn Improved alkaline (non-acid) powder, sprinkled OK your platec holds them firmer *o they feel more comfortable. Avoid emb»r- raaement cauaed by loose platw. Q«t PASTKETH tOd*7 »t fcny drug count*. Mew Aerotroin Huns.Through First Roundtrip NEW YORK (/P)—The Pennsyl- 'ania Rail Road's speedy new Aero- rain has breezed through its, first egularly scheduled round trip be- ween here and Pittsburgh. The low-slung, nine-car lightweight train hit speeds of 100 m.p.h. on the 878-mile trip, finishing a 'ew minutes ahead of schedule at both ends of the run yesterday. Dubbed "The Train of Tomorrow," the Aerotraln met with several minor mishaps on its inaugural run Sunday and was sidetracked at Philadelphia for repairs. The coup- ,ing between the first car and the locomotive had loosened. "It looks like most everything has been ironed out now," a railroad spokesman said in Pittsburgh. QUEEN—Crowned junior high basketball queen at Caruthersville was Sue Cole, a freshman. 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