The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 28, 1955 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 28, 1955
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 38, 19W BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAOB THFEB India and Pakistan NearReconciliation By KIIGKNK l.KVIN NEW DELHI, Inda (API — March may provide India and Pakistan a bright new prospect for reconciliation. R. C. Bryan was visitor Thursday. Little Rock For the lirst time in more,than a year, the two countries are voicing good will toward each other; and rumors are current of a solution in disputed Kashmir and on many of the other Issues dividing the feuding neighbors. hi the first week of March, "steering committees" of high Indian and Pakistani officials Will meet, probably In New Delhi. They will discuss dozens of minor dispute* and do the spude work for > Mew Delhi meeting at the end of the month between Prime Ministers Jawaharlal Nehru of India and Mohammed All of Pakistan . Relations Better At the moment, relations are bei- ter than they have been since All and Nehru met in 1953, in the same atmosphere of good will now prevailing. This atmosphere was quickly dissipated In charge and countercharge, however. But the pendulum started to swing back. New Delhi and Kra- chi agreed to reopen talks, under ' the auspices of the World Bank, on division of Indus Canal waters. A railroad link was opened between India and West Pakistan for the first time since partition in 1947. Bitter relations again gave way to good will, and in January Pakistani Gov. Gen. Ghulam Mohammed visited New Delhi to join in India's Republic Day celebrations. The March negotiations were scheduled. Minor Issue Minor issues range from the payment of pensions to trade and travel regulations. The World Bank will be allowed to continue its efforts to resolve the canal matter while Kashmir will be left to the prime ministers. Rumors current in New Delhi and Karachi say All and Nehru may agree to settle Kashmir on a ••status quo" basis — incorporating those parts of Kashrpir now in Pakistani hands in Pakistan, and t(ie Kashmir areas under Indian control in India. The present cease- fire lino, drawn by the U. N. Security Council, would become the border between Pakistan and India The question remains whether Indian and Pakistani opinion would accept this solution. Fabulous Cat, Once a Hero, Dead at 21 CONCORD. N. H. Wl — Teddy, a 21year-old Angora-tiger cat with a love for steak and angel cake, Is dead. He weighed 23 pounds and the giant size of his four double paws made him appear even larger. His owner, Mrs. Miriam H. Wa- BOn, credits Teddy with saving three lives in a lire when he awakened her by repeatedly pawing her face and running toward the bedroom door. Teddy died shortly before his 22nd birthday when he would have been feted with his usual birthday diet of steak, peas, mashed potatoes, angel cake and Ice cream j He turned up his nose at all con-' ventional cat foods. Steak he demanded and steak he got. When the family acquired Skippy, a toy Boston Terrier, Teddy; mothered him at every turn. When' Skippy wandered near the road. I the cat carried him back by the scuff of the neck. The pair worked as a team to open a rear door to the house, Mrs Waso relates. Teddy would jump atop a small table, walk across a | window ledge to the door and wrap | his front paws around the kpob. Atj the same time Skippy would paw the door open. The door-opening system had one failing — once inside, the pair wa.s unable to devise a system to get out again. IMlur luuinunji. Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf and Mrs. R. C. Bryan attended the church extension program Wednesday in Searcy. Mrs. Marcus Jacobson of Memphis, the former Mrs. Natalia King, was an Osccola visitor Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. Dan Reid were in Little Rock Tuesday to attend "the state convention of the Farm Bureau Insurance, held at the Marion Hotel. The Methodist Men's Fellowship will meet Tuesday at 1 p.m. Wives of the men will be guests. Mayor Prank Tobey of Memphis will be guest speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adair and young son are moving to Conway where Mr. Adalr will enter the Jewelry business. Allan Segraves- and daughter, llw ,^ ,,„,,„ u _- --Lucy, visited Mrs. Basil Segraves,! so n' oPoiitcago',' stationed at Mil Sr., In Conway the first of the n n gt on , were weekend guests of week. _ Mr . an d Mri. Carroll Watson, j»r- 20TH CENTURY SUN GOD —A spectacular sun god costume won first prize for its originality for Nelson Pernay at a ball in New York City. Costumed socialites ol Brazil and the U. S. attended the ball sponsored by the Brazilian Cultural Society. Trustworthy Trusty WACO, Tex. 1*1 — Police sent a trusty from jail shopping downtown. He found a b.illlold and promptly turned it over to the cops. games of pitch and canasta. High club prize went to Mrs. George Doyle, second high to Mrs. Joe Cromer. In the games of canasta. Miss Florida won high, Miss clecre second high. Mrs. Wiseman won the bridge prize. Dr. Vance Cartwright and Dr. George Cone attended the Northeast Arkansas Dental Society meeting this week in Jonesboro. Clinton Davis, a former resident of Osceoia, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Davis, is a patient In room 21Sf at Baptist Hospital. Clinton, a student at Ole Miss, was injured seriously in an automobile accident with several other students attending Ole Miss. Mr. Davis was owner of Davis Drug Co., when . the family lived in Osccola. Frank Watson and Ed William- Mrs. J. A. Plgg was hostess to her three-table pilch club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Additional guests were Mrs. J. W. Whitworth. Mrs. C. E. Sullenger, Miss Virginia Florida. Miss Blanche Cleere, Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr and Mrs. C. E. Dean. A dessert course preceded the Burned Steak Only Damage BANGOR, Maine OP)—A police dispatcher sent a patrol car last night to a fire scene .giving this address: "4 Wingate Court." Prom another cruiser car. Patrolman Bernard Welch spluttered. "I'll take that call. That's my house." Soon his voice came over the radio: "It's okay except the steak I was going to get lor supper is burned to a crisp." ents of Frank, Mrs. J. T. Rhoade* and daughter. Miss June Rhoades, were Memphis visitors during the week. , Mrs. Garner Robbins invited Mrs. Bruce Colbert to play bridge with her club when it met with her Thursday afternoon. A salad course was served. Mrs. G. L. Waddell entertained her bridge club Wednesday night with a ravioli supper at her home. Additional guests were Mrs. Roy 'Cox. Mrs. Wallace Hoke. Mrs. W. j V. Alexander and Mrs. H. E. Phillips. Mrs. Palmer Stanton invited Mrs. Robert Childi; and Mrs. W. W. Watson to join her club for an afternoon of bridge when the club met with her Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Stanton served a dessert course upon arrival of her guests. Garner Rabbins spent several days in Tupelo, Miss., during the week and returned home Thursday, held At the University of Tennessee MIs.s June Day Ellis visited Sun- in Knoxvillr. Miss Cone is the day with her aunt. Mrs, Andrew I daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George Florida, ami Mr, Florida. j Cone. Miss Shirley Cone was crowned) Mr. mid Mr«. J. W. TayJor an- qucen of the Reserved Officers nounce the birth of a baby son in with a hiimburnor ai Training Corps at their annual ball a Memphis hospital this week. The i dance Friday niKhl. baby has been named J. W. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Taylor have another child, Pamela, a^o three. 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