The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1956 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, APRIL U, BLTTHBVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE Ike Probably Will Seek UN Okay Before Entering Mid - East Fight By JAMES NAKLOW WASHINGTON (AP) — Nothing this government has said actually pledges it to get into Middle East fighting in order to stop it — if war breaks out there between Israelis and Arabs. If war starts, the United States may go in. How would it go about it? In the first place. President Eisenhower almost certainly would seek approval by Congress, just as he got advance approval in 1955 to try to stop any Red Chinese attempt to take Formosa. He would also almost certainly seek approval by the United Nations, just as President Truman got U.N. approval for sending troops into Korea. On May 25, 1950—one month to the day before the North Korean Communists attacked South Korea—the United States, Britain and France were concerned with keeping peace in the Middle East. The Israelis and Arabs had fought a bloody war there. The three big powers on May 25 announced an agreement to take immediate action if either Israelis or Arabs violated the armistice. ' They said they would act "both within and outside the United Nations to prevent such violation." They undoubtedly were thinkinj Bartenders' Contest Adds To Art of Gracious Living By FRANK CRAWFORD KANSAS CITY l#—Hip! You ever been to a bartenders' contest? Well, this is a report on the regional finals of the national bartenders' ingenuity contest. Let's get one thing- straight. This was a most ' decorous contest. | There was no unseemly comment, no threats or duress on the judges some 60 in number. They simply sat and drank. Three hours latei the room still was a picture of sobriety. The program said this was a contest to stimulate the art of gracious living. Too often these days, <i explained, a host simply opens a few cans for his guests. Even worse, he pulls the cork on a bottle of ready mixed cocktails. National Contest In order to correct this homed trend, the program continued, Brown-Forman, a distilling company in Kentucky, spawned this national contest for professional bartenders. As a self-appointed kibitzer, we wish to report the art of gracious 'of the U.N. Security Council, j living is definitely on the upgrade. Tvbere the Russians were in a good: Those drinks were something to spot to block action in the Middle East. This Pledged to Peace is why: Under the charter the members — there are ; tors and had 76 now — pledge themselves to take collective action to keep peace and stop acts of aggression. Under the charter, as originally set up, the ll-member Security Council was supposed to make any such decision for the U.N. to act collectively. But such a decision requires unanimous approval of the five permanent members of the council— the United States, look at! Forty-five recipes had been screened from some 500 submitted. The proud bartenders who con- U.N.j cocted them sat with the specta- a few on the house IKe's Address To Stenl Thunder From Rayburn WASHINGTON (IP) — A foreign policy speech by President Eisenhower appeared likely to take the spotlight away from a Democratic Woodrow Wilson Centennial dinner on April 21. Eisenhower agreed Tuesday to speak before the American Societj* of Newspaper Editors on the same night Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn D-.Tex and Sen. Alben within or outside the U.N. to stop Barkley D _ K y will be extrolling the any Middle East aggression, the Democratic party. Both gathering VT—11_ J 01_l_,, T> _Il n : n „.,,] -Cl^nnnn I ^ J " e*» ° will be in Washington. The editors have also invited Adlal E. Stevenson to speak at a luncheon on the same day as Eisenhower's night speech. KussJa, Britain, France and Nationalist China. If one of the big five vetoed such action, there presumably could be none. And Russia, as it had demonstrated often, might use the veto. , So, by saying they would act United States, Britain, and France seemed to be saying they'd act if ^Russia cast a veto. One month later the Korean War began. By a freak of history, Russia was boycotting the Council 'meetings. On June 25, 1950, the day the war began, the Council met. With . Russia 1 absent, it approved a -cease-fire resolution that paved the way for Truman on June 27 to send American forces into Korea to stop the war. That same day, June 27. the . Council passed an American-au- .thored resolution calling on U.N '.members to help South' Korea re-; pie the North Korean Communist attack. Plan Approval That incident made it a cinch Russia wouldn't be absent from the council if such circumstances arose again. If then it cast a veto on U. N. action to stop fighting:, th- world organization would be paralyzed. The United States took steps to make that impossible. On Nov. 3, 1950, it got the U.N. .general Assembly—all members take partj and there is no veto—to approve I this plan: If in the future the Council did not make a Security decision to stop the outbreak of war bj throwing U.N. forces into it, the General Assembly could vote bj :i two-thirds majority for U.N. ac tion. So if war should break out ii the Middle East— and 'if Eisenhower wants to put American force: into' the area to bring peace — he will probably first get congressional approval, then seek Security Council approval. If he fails there, he then could seek approval by the General Assembly where the Communists are outnumbered ...SEED PACKETS AND PLANS FOR AN AUTHENTIC FRENCH GARDEN wilh lively, lovely HOUBIGANT QUELQUES FLEURS TOILET WAT E R Have a bit of France blooming in your very own garden this Spring! Slart it now with the flower seedstand diagrams packaged with all your favorite Quelques Fleurs toiletries. Jet Wot.r ' f\tt&.9S QutlQ. plui It Qu«lqu«i fl.uft Rttreih«ne* Sploih-on bold m*-J2.QO plui Ou«lqu*i FUuM Perfume Putt* lilt l'/o dromt-il.SO plui 1o« Special Ccl-Acqiifjiiilcri Offer QUEIQUES FLEURS Refreshenc* and Hand Lotion in generous special sizei — $1.25 plus tax OWENS REXALL DRUG STORE 300 West Main Phone 2-2024 for a change, while a battery of their breihren mixed the drinks. Rasberry Syrup After 15 drinkoff heats, the judges settled on this bsutiful brain of Al Hasnzal of Kansas Ciy: !!•> ounces of bourbon whisky. 1 ounce of black raspberry syrup. 2 ounces of ginger ale. 1 ounce of lemon juice. The whisky, syrup and lemon juice are shaken with crushed ice and strained into a 12-ounce punch glass over ice cubes. The ginger ale is added, and the whole business garnished with a fresh strawberry. Hasenza'hl also produced an entry in the short, stout category which took ninth place and gave him a prize take of $325 for the day. He gets a chance at Uie $1.000 prize ,in the national finals at New York's Ambassador Hotel May 14. Joseph Grippe, St. Louis , was second and Jules Priedson, St. Joseph, Mo., third. They also will go to New York. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received by the Shawnee School District No. 10, Board of Directors, --'il two o'clock P. M. on April 18, 1956. at the office of Mr. M. H. Benton, Superintendent, located at Shawnee School, 'Joiner, Arkansas. These bids will be for the construction of a six classroom and study, hall- library High School Addition to Shawnee School at Joiner, and an eight classroom Elementary School Building at negro school site at Frenchman's Bayou, Arkansas, approximately three miles south of Joiner, Arkansas. The bids will be publicly opened and read In the Shawne* School building at J:00 P.M., April 18, 1956. Any bids received after the opening time will b« returned unopened. Plans and specifications will be on file for public Inspection at the office of the Superintendent, Shawnee School, Joiner, Arkansas. Copies may be obtained upon application at the office of Sanford & Sanford, Architect.?. 1324 Columbian Mutual Tower Bldg., Memphis. Tennessee, upon deposit of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) per set which j will be returned upon return o( such plans and specifications, in good condition, to the Architects. All bidders must be licensed in the State of Arkansas as provided by Act 124 of the 1930 Acts, amended by Act 217 of 1945 and Act 149 of 1949. Separate bids will be received on the various branches of the work as follows: DIVISION I — General Contract DIVISION H — Mechanical Contract (Plumbing and Heating) DIVISION m — Electrical Contract The Board of Directors of the Shawnee School District No. 10 reserves the right to accept or to reject any or all bids submitted and to waive any informalities In bidding. ! A certified check or bank draft! payable to the Board of Directors out the consent of the Board of Directors of the Shawnee School District No. 10. BOARD OF DIRECTORS, SHAWNEE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 10 By: A. L. EIFLING, President. Board of Directors. Sanford & Sanford Architects Clarence H. Fisher Architect Memphis, Tennessee. 4/5.12 of the Shawnee School District No. 10, U. S. Government Bonds, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the Bidder and a surety company in an amount equal to at least five (5%) per cent of the bid shall be submitted with each bid. Tiie successful bidder will be required to furnish an Owner's protective bond in amount of one hundred per cent (100%) of the contract price. 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