The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGBTWO BLYTHEYTLLB (AUK.)' KBWI TTJMPAT, K, Knowland, GOP Guide in Senate, Struck Blow at Ike's Policy in Talk Yesterday By JAMES MARLOW . WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Knowland's job as Senate Republican leader is to steer President Eisenhower's program through that chamber but at times he seems at cross- purposes with the man in the White House. fc the midst of yesterday's Senat« debate on censuring Sen. McCarthy tK-Wis), Knowlnnd, a Californian, delivered a speech denouncing the idea that there could be "peaceful coeistence" with the Communist world. This was contrary to what Eisenhower himself told a news conference last June 3 0 after a White House visit by Sir Winston Churchill, Britain's prime minister, and Sir Anthony Eden, the British foreign minister. Eisenhower sajd the hope of ttie world lay in peaceful coexistence, but he declared this must not mean appeasement and must not mean the subordination of any nation to an out-side power. This was pretty good evidence that the President, although he hoped for coexistence, wasn't betting It would work. Churchill had said much the eame thing two days before when, at a June 28 news conference, he urged a "real good try" at peaceful coexistence. It mjght not solve all problems, be said, but things might get belter. The President and the Prime Minister made their statements more than a year after the Russians began talking of coexistence. Knowland's expression yesterday ol his views on coexistence wasn't all new. Last Aug. 1 he said coexistence wjth Russia is as impossible as coexisting ia a cage of tigers. Yesterday he said Russia is plugging "coexistence ' to gain time to accumulate atomic power. He said once there was such an atomic stalemate — perhaps between 1957 and 1060 — Russia would begin nlbbljng away nt ' small nations, with Communist victory the final result. Although he doesn't like Uve coexistence theme, Knowlnnd said he bad no alternative. He said he dosn't want war of any kind. He colled for congressional investigations of the administration's foreign and defense policies. Yet only last March 17, while praising the administration's "new look" defense program, he said he thought it would be bad policy for Congress to debate that program. Nothing, he said, could please the Kremlin more than that. Some Support Last July 1 he announced he would resign his Senate leadership and a fight to take the United States out of the United Nations, If Red China was seated in that world organization. Opposition to TJ.N. membership for Bed China already was part of Eisenhower's IT'C BFFN A LONG LONG TIME—Forerunner of the modern bulldozer Is this track-type Sactcc being tested in Stockton Calif., In 19nc. The manufacturer discarded the bulky steam enriM and usedUh. gasoline-powered crawler which set the pattern for the modern tractor. Horse »nd buray and clothes worn by the tractor operator nre signs of time in which picture was made. Get Set, Men, Dorothy Collins Is Returning to TV NEW YORK, Nov. 16 UP)— Spruce up, men. Dorothy Collins, secret flame of millions of males from II to 60, will be back on your TV screen Nov. 30. She has been taking timo out to become a mother. She nnd Raymond Scott, musical director of Your Hit Pnrnde, on which nhe sUirs, are parents of their first child—a daughter, Deborah. Dorothy, whose fresh, unsophisticated beauty has caused heart flutters from coast to coast on NBC-TV, hns been oH the nlr slncu June 12. when Hit Parade bCRnn 1U summer vacation. Polly Berecii has been taking her place sinco the policy. Nevertheless, Knowlnnd stirred up some congressional support for telling the world this country would walk out of the U.N. If China walked in. On July 7 Eisenhower told a news conference ho wns "completely nnd. unalterably" opposed tci U.N. membership for Hed China. But he cautioned Congress to BO slow on proposals to pull the- United Stales out of the U.N. This country, he said, hns solemn treaty obllgalons to the U.N. and to repudiate Ihem would require sober thought. AA FOR THE ALCOHOLIC WOMAN Of the thousands of women with a drinking problem who have turned to AA for help, probably only a small percentage had a clear idea of AA as an organization. Many of those who were familiar with AA had observed how it had helped a husband, father or brother; they knew what the AA program could mean to anyone who faced up honestly to the fact that he or she was an alcoholic. The others who have come to AA solely on faith or on the recommendation of a doctor or friend have discovered that Alcoholics Anonymous is simply A fellowship of men and women who share a common problem and try to help anyone who has the same problem. They have discovered that there are no fees, no dues, no rules or regulations in the thousands of community groups that comprise AA throughout the world. They have discovered that AA is not allied with denomination or institution and that it exists only to help its members stay sober and to help others who have an honest desire to achieve sobriety. If you are an alcoholic you will find thousands of men and women like yourself in AA. They come from many and varied backgrounds but they are all alcoholics and always will be. The important thins is that they are sober alcoholics, happy in their new found way of living and ready to share it with anyone who needs help. If you have a drinking problem and would lik« to do something about it, write or contact— ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 873 Blyrheville, Ark. Closed Meetings Tuesday Nights at 8 p. m. Open Meetings Friday Nightg at 8 p. ra. CLUB ROOM at 410 I. MAIN show resumed Sept. 11. Miss Collins has been one of the distinctive new piTKoiiallties developed entirely on TV- Ohl-Fii-shitmcd Girl While entrancing im*n, she hafi domf so us the old-fiishioncd girl a mun wouldn't dan; whistle at, but who stirs visions of u vine-covered eoUafje iincl kids around the .door. Thiil's exactly the kind of Rirl Dorothy IB oft camera. May those who know her best. She always lias insisted the- mosi, ImporUml thing in her life was home and family, and that u career came second. She nnd Scol.t .shun ctife society iiini Dorothy still hasn't been inside many of New York's lamous night apot,s. Since their quiet wedding In July ing the \vnln' ;vV Iliibylon on Long Island. However, when they learned a baby was nn (lie way they (ic- f.iiU'd the uluce wasn't .suitable for children and put the liou.se up for sale. WPIX, the station hrre. A nmv feaUiri'-lfiiiRth "Topper" movie !s in Hie work.s. and will tCiiUirt: the stars of the TV version. Anno who bad a network show of her own for a time on ABC, now does iin afternoon shoppers' program on New York News TV Vice Squad Cop Marries Prey SAN FRANCISCO (/Pj — Eight months ago, two police officers of the vice st)imd registered in a hotel as "Los Angeles businessmen" and put in a cnll for two girl companions. After the girls arrived and began Lo undress, the officers arrester them saying they would be held as witnesses In a pandering case be- iiitf prepared agtUtist Mnbel Malotte. Yesterday James L. English, chief of police inspectors, said that one of the officers, Inspector John O'Huire had eloped to Reno and married one of the girls. "Thin eninc as news to me," English said, "but l Jim assured that it will not affect the case against Mrs Arkansas Baptists Convene LITTLE ROCK (fP) — The Arkansas Baptist Convention opening its 101st annual session here today will be asked to consider a »1,585,336.36 budget along with other proposals approved by the Convention's board of Trustees. The Board o* Trustees conducted a pre-conventton meeting here yesterday. The Board said It also would ask the convention to approve request by Ouachita Baptist College and Arkansas Baptist Hospital for permission U> seek outside loans up to $550.000. The money would be used for building and construction Improvements next year. Before recommendations of the Board can be put into effect, they must first be aproved by the con- intion. Dr. Phelp« Jr., president of Ouachita College, sought and received approval o! the Board In the adoption of a new school charter. Dr. Phelps said adoption of the new charter was necessary if the school were to seek the proposed loan of a men's dormitory. The Arkansas Baptist Hospital at Little Rock Is seeking a $150,000 loan for the air conditioning of its main building. During another of four per-convention meetings held yesterday, the Kev. Boyd Baker of Wynn was elected president of the Baptist Pap, sor's Conference. He succeeds the Rev. Don Hook of Malvern. About 1,500 messengers are expected to attend the annual meeting. A curb-climbing wheel chair has been Invented that requires no more force to mount a curb than it does to travel on level ground. The wheel chair would cost only 30 per cent more than ordinary wheel chairs on a production ba- sts. IN NEW JOB - M«J.-Gea Wayne C. Zimmerman Is the new Inspector Genera) of the U S. Army. He succeeds Lt.- G«n. Daniel Noce. 9-yeoi-Old Sets Fire to Watch Firemen Work OLEAKFIELD, Pa. IIP)— A 9-year- old boy who state police say admitted starting a church fire so he could watch firemen is awaiting juvenile court action. Cpl. Robert Rice announced the boy's arrest yesterday. He said the youngster was among the spectators who watched firemen battle to save the West Side Methodist Church Sunday. Firemen estimated the loss at $3,000 to $5,000. Rice said burned matches in the choir loft led to the boy's arrest. The boy told him he got his idea on how to set the blaze from f movie, Bice added. The youngster was not charged He was released in custody of his parents pending court action. •WHY PASS UP- THIS SAVING? Not every day doe* some one hand you a fisi full of folding money and say, "Here, this Is yours." But at Raymond Zachry Insurance Agency It happens not only every day but many, many times a day. That fist full of folding 1 money i« the 15% to 20% saving that Raymond Zachry's customers get on their insurance. Why don't you find out from Raymond Zachry how bljf a saving you could get oO the very same insurance you now have? RAYMOND ZACHRY 118 N. 2nd. Insurance Agency Phone 3-8815 Caruthersville News By SONNY SANDEKS Cotton Blossom Week will be celebrated at the high school Nov. 15-19 The yearbook's business staff will sell subscriptions during this lime. Concluding the week will be a semi-formal dance at the school Friday night. At that time, the yearbook queen will be announced. Mona Choate spent last weekend here visiting Anita Howard. Mona, a former reisdent, is a freshman at Southwestern in Memphis. The Junior Chamber of Commerce will meet at 8:00 Tuesday night at their club house. Sixty prize-winning photographs from the 1952 Seventh Annual National High School Photographic Awards are now on display at the high school. Three Killed, 35 Injured In Trolley Wreck CHICAGO «P) — The motorman and two passengers in a streetcar were killed and 35 other persons were injured, several seriously, in • collision yesterday of a trolley and a semitrailer truck at a South Side street Intersection. Police said the truck driver. Ernest Taylor, 46, was charged with drunken driving, reckless hpmiolds nnd driving on the wrong side of the street. Witnesses said the northbound truck, loaded with pianos, hit » concrete safety island, The trailer iackknifed across the path of the southbound trolley at 61st Street and Western Avenue. Some 50 passengers were in the street car. The dead were Gusto Carlson, M, a motorman for 38 years; James K. Ziegler, 46, a bus driver; and Arthur Duff. 72. ^j/amoaJ f atternA bit i^eed ana (J~>c Barton EXCLUSIVELY at GUARDS -a-Way Now Christmas A Small Deposit Reserves Your Choica IffT TO WGHTi CloulcRoH, $31.00* Sttv«r Wh«°t. *2P.« Silv.r S«lpli»«, »3J.50« f ronci. 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