The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1954 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB US Presses UNforAction On 11 Airmen Lodge Holds Session With Korean Allies UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (AP) — The United States pressed today for U. N. action to free 11 American airmen jailed by Red China on spy charges. The move brought quick response from America's 15 Korean Allies. U.S. Chief Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. in Washington, called the Allies into emergency session last night, to discuss the speediest course of action. He voiced confidence the U. N. would support any move the Americans might decide on. President Eisenhower told newsmen in Washington yesterday he did not see "how the United Nations can possibly disabuse itself of a feeling of responsibility in this matter, and retain its self- respect." Similar views have been expressed by congressmen. Dulles May Take Hand Informed sources said Eisenhower may underscore his interest in the case by sending Secretary of State Dulles here to take a personal hand. After meeting with the. Allies, Lodge told newsmen: "We will act to do everything we can to keep faith with these men. They are U. N. men as well as U. S. men. This organization qan't go on if it does not stand by people who go to bat for it when it gets into trouble." Soviet Attitude Voiced Denouncing their jailing on what he called "trumped-up charges," U.S. Delegate James J. Wadsworth said conditions were hardly favorable for new Korean negotiations —sought tiy Russia—"at this time when Communist China has lust furnished fresh evidence of its brutal and illegal treatment .of captured personnel of the U.N. command in violation of the armistice agreement." Russia's Jacob Malik indicated the soviet attitude when he said the case of the fliers had nothing to do with the Korean problem. He charged the issue was "concocted artificially because the United States was short of any serious argument." Allied with the United States in Korea were Britain, France, Canada, Australia, Belgium, Colombi , Ethiopia, Greece, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the Philippines, Thailand, South Africa and Turkey. No Reading Time HARTFORD, Conn. (/P)—Edwin E. Smith, Springfield, Mass., English teacher, told the New England Assn. of Teachers of English that most high school students don't read outside the classroom because: "During November, December and January there are football games. Then the students paint scenery, play the piano, stand up on the stage and shimmy and shake and .sing Ricochet Romance; and it's all wonderful. Then they must watch television and they tell me they have jobs in the afternoon and ev.enings. It's no wonder they don't read." No Short Names Pfease WICHITA PALLS, Tex. Oft— The name Victor Edward Kuhl wasn't satisfactory to a 29-year-old airman at Sheppard AJr Force Base. He had it legally changed yesterday to Vytautas Edvareas Kuli- hauskas. A CHRISTMAS CAROL BY CHARLES DICKENS Yo«ng Scrooge wed to hove Hie time of his life at OM Fezziwig's Christmas parties No one m» iollier than Scrooge, none danced mow with Ftui»ig's si pretty daughters. And never wos Hiefe wch i os used to come from Fezziwip's well-fueled fidoVri High point of ttie wening was when (he fiddle struck up '. "Sir «x>g« de Coverley" and Mr. Feriiwig took the floor with Mrs. Feziiwig. , • — : . ™J _—' British Actress Wants to Stay In This Country LOS ANGELES W) — British actress Simone Silva has informed immigration officials she wants to become a permanent resident of the United States. Miss Bilva, who kicked up a storm of controversy when she posed seminude with actor Robert Mitchum on the Riviera, may have to return to Europe after Feb. 3, 1,955. when her present temporary work permit becomes void. Immigration officials now must decide whether the actress' services are "urgently needed by the United States, due to her exceptional ability," and whether her presence would be "beneficial to the economic and cultural interests of the United States." These are clauses in the law governing^ Miss Silva's application. She told newsmen yesterday slje is anxious to become a permanent resident so she can accept a singing engagement at Miami Beach, Fla. Manila Future Farmers have selected the following girls as candidates for the 1954-55 Chapter Sweetheart: Roxie Smith and Mavis Shelton, seniors; Melba Cornish, junior; Linda Bassett, sophomore ; Marcia White and Polly Meyer, freshmen. The girls will try out Monday afternoon at a called meeting of the chapter. Manila High School students were entertained with a film and lecture by James Moseley of Independence, Mo. His lecture was entitled "Life on Both Sides of the Iron Curtain." Mr. Moseley formerly resided near Manila. The stage is set for the second harvest festival to be held in Tipton Hall beginning at 6:30 Thursday night. Admission will be .25 cents. The festival is sponsored by the Manila PTA^ chapter. Proceeds will go for library funds and the band fund. A varied program is in store for all ages. The queen will be crowned at 8:30 and then an amateur program, hog calling contest, sack races, folk dancing and mu- otnpf DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St. HONORED AT WILSON — Miss Carole Whitnker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Whitaker of Wilson, has'been named good citizenship girl from Wilson High High School by the William Strong Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution. She is a senior and wilf be honored at a luncheon in Memphis in February. Write It Right KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Wl — The University of Tennessee decided that college students ought to be able to speak and write English — and that too many of them can't. Now instructors in every class — from agronomy to zoology — will grade their students not only on the subject at hand, but also on their ability to use English. If two or more of the professors find a student deficient, he'll be required to attend a special, noncredit workshop. "It is a matter of national concern." says English Prof. Kenneth L. Knickerbocker. OLD ROJIAJJ CHURCHES More than 300 churches, including St. Peter's, the world's largest, stand in Rome. Many of these are more than 1000 years old, nnd the oldest, St. John Lateran, dates from the reign of Constantine, In the fourth century. sical numbers by the glee club will be given. RELIEF AT 1AST For Your COUGH If a common cold left you wilh a cough lhat has bung on for days and days act quick. It is dangerous lo delay. Chronic bronchitis may develop. Get a large boltle of Crcamuhinn and take as directed. Crcomuision soothes raw throat and chest membranes, goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germy phlegm, mildly relaxes systemic tension and aids nature fight the cause of irritation. Use Creomulsion and get wonderful relief at last. Creomulsion is guaranteed to please you or drucgist refunds money. CREOMULSION relieves Coughs, Chest Colds, Acute Bronchitis Friends — See and hear WALLY FOWLER, the all night singing man in person with THE JOHN DANIELS QUARTET And THE CHUCK WAGON GANG SUNDAY AFTERNOON DEC. 5 HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Blytheville 2:30 until 5:30 Doors open at 1:00 P. M. ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE AT: The Thrifty 5 & lOc Store, Austin-Wicker Paint Store, Hopkins Laundry (AH in West End) Blytheville. Cunningham's Radio Service in Osceola. ADMISSION: Adults $1 Children (under 12) 50c Sponsored by ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Sts. Blytheville JOHN DANIELS QUARTET CHUCK WAGON GANG Object Lesson: How to Get Boys To Play Football-Use Girls NORMAN, Okla. MV-The girls of Chi Omega sorority at the University of Oklahoma have challenged Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity to a campus football match. In accepting, the boys could only utter, "Wow!" We're not even going to warm up," fraternity coach Mike Raia said. Of course, as girls will, they've rewritten the rule book., The boys must walk, not run, toward the ball carrier; they must count to Self-Cure DENVER Wl — William Hubert Riley, 35. told Dist. Judge Edward O. Day he'd like a little jail sentence to "straighten himself out," and the court accommodated him. Judge Day sentenced Riley to a 15-month to 10-year prison term for burglary. 10 before rushing: the passer; a five-yard penalty will be assessed for hugging — the girls can do all they wanl; and all fraternity passes with the ball must be made with the left hand and caught in one hand. One thing the girls forgot — there's no penalty against offensive holding. At the fraternity, everybody but the housemother has signed up for the team. Russians No Longer Eager to Keep Defectors BERLIN Wi — The Kussians arc no longer eager to grunt asylum to Allied servicemen who cross to Soviet-occupied Enst Gormnny. In the past, they welcomed such defectors — usually soldiers in serious (rouble with Uu'ir own army — imtt triod to make iivopuguiuln capital ot the deserlions. But in recent weeks the Russians have sent back seven British soldiers and one American within a few days after they turned up in the East. Western oflicmls believe the Soviets no longer want to be bothered wilh "small fry." I The first instance cropped up three weeks ago when Sgt. Jnmes R. Blssonnette of Grand Rapids, Mich., asked political asylum In the East and was returned. Testimony at his subsequent court-martini for desertion showed he fled to East Germany because I he was in trouble in his infantry unit in Berlin. Soviet authorities got in touch with American liaison officers here and virtually compelled him to go back. Later, seven British privates crossed to East Berlin. Five had broken out of a guardroom at British barracks and the other two went East while on pass. Soviet authorities returned all within • week. LOTS OF RICE In tho museum at Calcutta, la- din, there are no less than 1107 different varieties of Indian rice, in addition to 1300 varieties from other countries. When can I eee America's most advanced new car? — AT YOUR MERCURY DEALER'S NOWI Largest city south of tho equator is Buenos Aires, Argentina. CHARGE IT! PHONE TODAY 3-3743 Drclfus Jewelry Co., Blytlicvlllc. Ark. 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