The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1955 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 19, 1955
Page 9
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1955 BI.YTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE " 4 ' DAY by DAY! you'll find money saving food buy* in every department of your Blytheville Safeway Store . . . Top quality produce Guaranteed meats . . . Everyday food needs, All priced to kfep your budget huppy. Discover why more and more shopperi are saying, "1 like to shop at Safeway"! Tuesday Only! Ocean Spray Whole or Strained CRANBERRIES 2 £ 35c Satin Mix Hard Candy CHRISTMAS CANDY 2 £ 53< Battery Operated IOY TRAINS •« 1 s ' U.S. No. 2 Red McClures RED POTATOES 50*" 1 Red Delicious in Cello. Bags DELICIOUS APPLES 4 £ 49c Fancy Slicers in Cello. Tubes FRESH TOMATOES - Full of Milk FRESH COCOANUTS - Mr*. Wright's 20-oz. Loaves STUFFING BREAD 2—37< Roxbury Delicious Candy S&» CHERRIES - 49< Carnation or PET MILK 2 K 25< DON'T FORGET! Safeway will meet the lowest adTtrtlftcd price of every competl- lor — item by Hera — day by day — in Blytheville. Quality considered. We reserve th« right to limit purchases 1955 Was Year of Big Travel for Soviet Union By STANLEY JOHNSON MOSCOW (AP) — However else Moscow may classify 1955, it goes into Soviet records as the year of the big travel. ^ A recapitulation shows how far the Soviet Union has moved this year toward exploiting the intense curiosity that exists abroad about this country. Even India's Prime Minister Nehru and Canada's Foreign Secretary Lester B. Pearson admitted that sheer curiosity was a powerful motive in prompting their visits to Moscow. It worked in reverse too. For slay-JU-homas who wanted j to see a real live Russian, person• alities ranging from Prime Minister Bulganin and Communist party boss Nikita S. Khrushchev to coal miners and athletes put themselves on display abroad. Official Soviet figures say over 40,000 foreigners visited the Soviet Union this year. Most of these were from Communist countries, however. Had Political Alms Basically the increase in visiting had political aims— either immediate, such Bulganin's and Khrushchev's Belgrade reconciliation with Marshal Tito, or long- range through international sporting events. The policy so far seems to have paid off. This program got underway tentatively while Georgi Malenkov ^vas premier In 1954 but its biggest impetus came Feb. 8, 1955, the day Bulganin took over. The Supreme Soviet that day Invited every national legislative body in the a delegation to visit Won't Relinquish Morocco Hold To Anyone, France Declares world to send Moscow. The trickle of visitors soon turned into a flood. Parliamentary delegations came from France, Belgium, Japan. Albania, Yugoslavia. Finland and numerous other countries. Several members of the U.S. Congress flew In. Trade unions from all over the world sent delegations; so did cultural groups, business associations and learned societies. More Russians Abroad They invited Soviet groups to return the calls and there was unprecedented movement of Russians abroad. The Ministry of Culture says 2,500 foreigners came here on'cultural missions this year and 2.000 Russians went abroad on similar errands. The prime public purpose of the! high-level visits appeared to be to emphasize agreements between the Soviet Union and other country while minimizing differences. The visit of Chancellor Julius Raab ended in a blaze of publicity with Soviet agreement to the long-delayed Austrian Independence treaty. West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's visit brought an announced agreement to establish diplomatic relations. In negotiations here with Finland's President Juno Paasikivi, the Soviet Union agreed to return the military base of Porkkala. The most publicized exchange of nongovernmental visits was that between American and Soviet farm dleegations. MADRID, Spain (/Pi—Gen. Francisco Franco says Spain will let neither France nor anyone else replace her in Spanish Morocco. The statement was made in an interview with the Spanish News Agency and published by all morning papers Friday. On the eve or negotiations between Spanish and French hign commissioners to slLign their policies, the generalissimo laid all responsibility for difficulties in Morocco on the French, He said Span haa warned France "she would not passively accept agreements that . others establsli without her participation and agreement and will never consent to being replaced, under the pretext ot a pseudo-interdependence, while another nation increases its influence over the zone confided to our care as certain French circles already deceptively proopse." Franco said the new French policy toward Morocco, "defined as dependence within interdependence," proposed two terms "that in themselves contradict and repel each other." He said Spain "will not agree that anyone, by maneuvers or without them, can replace or supplant us >n our mission oi continuing to prepare the people confined to our protection and to lead them along the road toward indspendence and self- government." Franco said it would be completely wrong to institute in Morocco the "evimess and internal struggles ol the political parties on the European model, if one wants to destroy that people I don't believe a better deviltry could be imagined. With their traditions destroyed, their faith impaired and with divisons and anarchy rampant, peace, unity, liberty, authority and even the crown would last a very short time." ' Magistrate Studies Case Of Howling vs. Singing NEW YORK ifi - A magistrate has taken under advisement the case of an acting, singing and piano-playing lady \fcho accuses her neighbors of howling, stomping and shouting when she rehearses or practices. The complainant, Jenny Egan, who appeared in the recently closed Broadway play, "The Crucible," Friday took to court Mrs. May* Randolph and Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson. Miss Egan contends that Miss Randolph, who lives above her, stomped on the floor or moved furniture about during the dead of night In retaliation for her singing, rehearsal or piano practice. Mrs. Henderson ,who lives below Jenny, is accused of "howling like a wolf" when Jenny goes into action. Both defendants contended that "disorder breeds disorder." It also was disclosed that Jenny s husband, William McGonigle, does -a bit of flute playing. Magistrate Louis Kaplan, promising to think the case over, urged all three women to be "Rood neighbors" and added: "no repetition of any wolf calls." The mud , a n a Ic e. commonly called stinging snake, husn't * stinger In its body. 100 TABLET BOTTLE ONLY 49« More than 200 Ooecr atesh OOf, Great Smoky Mountains national park are in primitive wilderness preservation. 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