The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1955 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 9, 1955
Page 10
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PAOBRV BLYTHEVlLrLE (AKK.) COUEIER NEWS Australia Minister Confident On Eve of National Elections By GORDON TA1T •YDNEY Australia (AP) — Prime Minister Robert G. Menzies is confident Saturday's lic segment of Labor. Some Roman Catholics, including Evatt's deputy leader, Arthur A. Calwell, remain members of official Labor. But Evatt has antagonized many Catholic voters by tttacking two bishops, charging they tried to do political injury to the Labor party. Many electors look on the Men- lies governme't as honest and sincere, if not spectacular. Everybody In Australia remains well fed, and more jobs are available than there are people to fill them. Little Public Interest There Is little public Interest in the election—always a pointer here to no change In government. Menzles says his party stands on its record, that it promises to preserve prosperity, will not make, a catalogue of new prom- lues to preserve prosperity, that It will not make a uatalogue of new promises. He contends victory for Kvatt would land Australia in an international and internal financial crisis. Evatt says Labor will raise pe- •tortt and improve social services, reduce taxes on low incomes, put a special tax on "exorbitant" company profits, restore cost • of living adjustments to wages, and expand exports. uoerai v *uy, »"«... »- -' since 1949 in c ° a lition with th. Country"party. This coalition won elections in 1949, 1951 and 1954.over the Labor party Sad^l by Herbert V. Evatt. Labor ruled the country from 1941 to 1949. the coalition now has a 64-57* majority over labor in the house and a Sl-3* majority in the Senate. All home seats and half the Senato seat* are at stake this year. Eighteen government senators and 11 labor senators are up for election. There are many reasons for Men- ItW confidence. Labor Force* Split Tar one, the opposing Labor • forces are split. The "official" party headed by Evatt is still the main force. A new "Anti-Communist Labor party" includes mostly a section of the Roman Catho- OSCEOLA NEWS By Betty* Nelle Starr The general meeting of the Monday where they visited Mrs. Women of the Church was held at Bagby's daughter, Mrs. Lan Wll• -- • -•---' liams, Mr. Williams and children. Presbyterian Church Monday night. Installation of newly elected officers for 1956 was held. Mrs. P. D. Johnson will continue as president next year. Others continuing their posts for 1956 are Mrs. Bob Crorner, genera! funds chairman; Mrs. Boyd White, Christian education; Mrs. Newton Johnson, spiritual growth; Mrs. .R. C. Bryan, world missions, and Mrs. Dick Cromer, historian. New officers, who were installed by the Rev. George Faison, are vice-president. Mrs. Don Blodgett; secretary, Mrs. Walter Daniels; treasurer, Mrs. A. W. Bowen; stewardship, Mrs. George Paison; church extension, Mrs. Alex Crosthwait: annuities and relief, Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr. Forty women of the church attended the meeting Monday night. Mrs. Blodgett, Mrs. Daniels and Mrs. Arthur Rogers presented the Joy Gift play. Hostesses were Mrs. H. J. Hale, Mrs. D. Ohlendorf and Mrs. Lalah Coble. The educational building, where the meeting was held, was decorated in holly, evergreens and lighted tapers. Mrs. Bill Cromer and Mrs. David Laney were named chairmen for the da,y circles and Mrs. Billy Chiles was named chairman for the evening circle. The Luxora Wesleyan Guild was entertained Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Tom Callis, for its annual Christmas party. Mrs. Callis' country home was decorated for the affair in an array of Christmas decorations. Gifts for guests were placed beneath a lighted Christmas tree. A dessert course was served during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler had as their weekend guests her uncle, Morgan Toney, and Mrs. Toney of Peer Suggests A-Bomb "Burial" LONDON lft— A British peer has eome up with this plan to preven^ Hie surprise use of atomic bombsi The United Nations should take over the world's supply and bury (hem halfway up Mt. Everest. Lord Traser of North Cape told the House of lords Wednesday the U. N. would have sole custody of all nuclear weapons under his plan. He suggested a limit of 300 to 500 bombs. "In the event of aggression and resistance by an aggrieved power," he explained, "the Security Council would consider taking out one of the atomic bombs. If there was mobilization by a great power, the Security Council would take immediate action to use all the bomba." El Dorado. Miss Betty Friday night with a drop-in at her home. Refreshments were served throughout the evening to the sixteen guests who attended. Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Harwell of Shreveport, La., were houseguests the past week in the home of Mrs. C. M. Harwell. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Godley are away this week while Mr. Godley is filling speaking engagements in cooperation with the Production Credit Association. They will return home over the weekend after visiting points in Kansas, Mlssour" Avalanche Kill* 75 SALZBURG, Austria Wl — The bodies of five power station work- Ma bulled in an Alpine avalanche have been recovered, bringing to li Uie number of victims of the winter's first avalanche disaster in Austria. Burns entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beck had as their guests last week Mrs. R. M. Beck of Blythevllle and Mrs. Zenia Bismuke of Mayfleld, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Head were in Cape Qirardeau Sunday where Mrs. Head visited her brother, Kelly Gohn, who Is in the hospital there. Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Jr., was hostess Friday to her bridge club. Mrs. Frank Rhodes and Mrs. E. M. Radcliff were guests. Mrs. Sam Hodges won high score, Mrs. Billy Frazier won second. Mrs. Rhodes served a dessert plate. Holiday Travel To Be Curtailed JERUSALEM I*— Foreign tourists entering Jordan from Israel to celebrate Christmas at Bethlehem will not be allowed to return directly to Israeli territory this year. The move, announced Wednesday by the Jordan government, is intended to induce tourists to travel through Jordan instead of via Israel. The Holy Land is preparing for its busiest Christmas season since the end of the Palestine War. Hotel owners in Jerusalem. Bethlehem, Jericho, and other areas report accommodations fully booked for the season. Private homes and convents also will be used to house visitors. Osceola's Wesleyan Guild held its annual Christmas party Monday night at the home of Mrs. Carrol Watson with Miss Nora Pace as co-hostess. Miss Betty Sue Conway. chairman, presided over the business meeting that preceded the party. The Christian Youths .of First Christian Church were entertained Sunday night at the parsonage with Jane Lauderdale as hostess. Supper was served to the high school group of members who comprise the organlaztion. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Bannister announce the arrival of their second son, William Cathey, born Monday night at Osceola Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bannister's other son, Mike, is three years old. Color Question Is Removed ALBANY, N. Y. (/Pl—Oov. Averell Harriman has removed the question of "color" from New York state drivers' licenses and applications for them. He said it was ''offensive." Negro groups had sought the action. "As a means of identification or physical description it is whollj 1 unreliable, since the word 'color' is incapable of clear definition," Harriman declared. Ushuaia, capital of Argentina's Tierra del Fuego territory, is the southernmost town in the world. R. H. Porter of Memphis. The group drove to Blytheville Tuesday for lunch at Hotel Noble. niuc MPAI SLIDING OUT—True boon to the foot-weary hmlewite*HhtasS ng table top installed in new "earthquake- Soof* house built in Munich, Germany. With the new traveling top the cook sets her table and places all the food on ft without leaving the kitchen. She then slides it to the hungry husband in the dtaing area. At meal's end, dirty dishes and leftovers are slid back to the kitchen, all at once. REMINGTON RAND Typewriters — Adding Machines — Calculators Portable - Standard - Electric Business Systems Authorized Sales and Service.' WHITLEY OFFICE SUPPLY 106 So. Fifth Phone 3-8802 Man Is Freed But Not Chicken OOVINGTON, Ky. (W—Harold L. Steinfeld parted with his chicken Wednesday when he was released from jail. When Steinfeld, 57, was arrested and charged with drunkenness, he insisted on taking to Jail with him a Live chicken he had in his car. After his fine was suspended and hi 1 paid court costs, Steinfeld was released and left without asking of the fowl. Police said they didn't know how he happened to have the chicken. Jailer William Knauf said he believed the bird would be on the jail menu soon. STOP! It If J« from co " Chronic bronchitis may ^>ur cough, chest cold, or a chilis is not treated. Get C quick ami use asdirecled.KsooUWjriWj. throat and chest membranes, KXMcni roa a , g and helps expel germy phlegm,mMlf f relaxes syslemic tension and iraf" nalure fight the cause of irritation. For children get milder, rastcrCr«* mulsion for Children in the pin* •»*.. blue package. Adv. CREOMUCSION »» '"">" For aches, pains, vut«. bruises, bnrm, colds, headaches, bites and itings. toy Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment Available al your favorite 'drnr counter C. G. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. FUEL OIL "I Sell That Stuff Phone 2-2089 Visit Conny's Conoco Service, Ash & Division Mrs. J. H. Lovcwell and Mrs. Dick Bagby were in Jonesboro The Junior Audubon Society held its initial meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robert Bailey. Ten little boys were present. Frank Bailey was named president of the society. The Osceola Progressive Garden Club Is sponsoring the new club. Mrs. Bailey served refreshments at the close of the meeting. The Osceola Progressive Club met Tuesday at night for an old fashioned Christmas dinner preceding the program. Christmas decorations were used featuring a candlelight theme. Miss Betty Smit, home demonstration agent, had charge of the program. Her talk was on soil conservation. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Bailey. Mrs. Charles Bonner, Mrs. H. E. Phillips, Mrs. George Balloue, Mrs. J. A. Plgg, Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, Mrs. Charles Hale, Mrs. Roy Ware, Mrs. Hyman Weinberg, Mrs. Nathan Weinberg, Mrs. Bill Thomas and Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, Sr., of Memphis. The Rev. and Mrs. R. R. Beard of Muskogee, Okla., are guests this week In the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Percy Herring. Allen Starr, student at Arkansas State in Jonesboro, was home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bryan have as their guests this week, his sister. Mrs. Bess Norrir of Atlanta Ga., and his cousins. Mrs. Dora Miller of Columbus, Ga., and Mrs. EVERY CHRISTMAS MORE SANTAS GIVE RCA VICTOR THAN ANY OTHER TELEVISION! IU VM«r T«n» 11. O'tn,** "AN-CUar" o/w- , m ,.J ,icnr. tub*. H.. ••Hiid.f. '»«i»o. siimy.') llcck l.<I.M<i li.iih. IKS M°tA*8 itond o.Gilobl*. IVV •«*•. Mod«< IISA052. 1C* Vkw M»4it«i< 11. N»w "X-Plui" pklur quolity.MohoQony flrflinti lift!*. Wolnul Of lim». ,95 1C* Vhnr Hn*r**** 11 M«x«. It iwitthl "J.riui" pktur* quality. , Thmlwo-IOMflniirm.lwrj • with conltaiting bland Iropkalhardwood and natural walnut or two-ton* birch. MeduJ 21D44I. '349 |95 Large Selection Of Other TV Models, Record Players, Records And Radios. Wt Girt Quality Stomp* Adams Appliance Co. Inc. 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The exciting news we have for you now is that this 4-door Lancer is not confined to the ultra-luxurious Custom Royal and Royal Series. It can be yours in the value-priced Coronet Series-The KING SIZE CAR that invades the low price field! Ever see anything sweeter than the Coronet 4-door Lancer shown above? Come on in and get the price. WIN! New Dodge Every Year For Life! N«w Contort M* wMkl SHU tim to Wml ENTIR NOW! . Dodge Dultn present: Dinny Thomas in "Make Room lor Daddy," Bert Parks in "Break tht Bank," The Liwrmci Welk Show-ill on ABC-TV-;— ; .^_ . . ^'^

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