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SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1955 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Ike is Master at Not Making People Mad Hy JAMES MAKLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — President Eisenhower, who Used to be described as a political novice, is a master at not making people mad. He came through a ticklish question this week in typically good condition. Would he inoeL with the heads Innd. as Republican leader in the of, the British, French and Russian governments to talk peace? He didn't quite -say yes. He didn't quite say no. He left the whole Idea of such a meeting a shadowy .something in the future. Yet,, bccau.se of the way he said it, both Sen. George iD-Ciu and Sen. Knowland < R-Calif) could take comfort from it. But, before he gave his reply, at a news conference, there seemed a good chance he'd make one of them hopping sore. For a president. Elsenhower has been amazingly free of personal attacks and mudslingmg. He's given few people an opportunity to get publicly angry at him. He has consistently avoided saymu anything' publicly to hurt people's feelings or ideas. Elsenhower said long ago tie would not meet with the Russians until they showed evidence of good intentions. Last Sunday George suggested Eisenhower meet with them, without the good intention requirement. Knowland opposed George's proposal. He insisted the Russians must show honest purpose be/ore Eisenhower sits down with them. Know- Senale, is Eisenhower's chief lieutenant in that House. Knowland has frequently disagreed with Eisenhower and often must have tried his patience sorely. But Eisenhower has carefully avoided any quarrel. He needs Knowland. At the same time he has good reasons not to antagonize George, who is chiurmim of the Foreign Relations Committee and the Democrats' chief Senate spokesman on foreign policy. Ancient Monastery to Stay In Spite of Uranium Strikes By A. I. GOLDKKKG OKA, Quebec W—Noisy uranium hunters are slowly closing in on the trappisl monastery near here where monks have lived and worked since 1881 under vows of silence and poverty. But Brother Leon, .spokesman to Ihe outside world for the silent brothers of (he order, chuckles as he snaps shut his snuff box. "This monastery isn't going to move," he say.s, Nearest the hunters have ft oil en to noisy operation is in a ravine a quarter of a mile away. Stakes are d o w n on the monastery grounds itself but the drills looking for uranium, iron ore and columbium veins haven't come any nearer—yet. "The Montreal papers said there was a new Klondike here." Brother Leon said. "Klondike, pah! "We just want to slay here and continue our devotions in this How could Eisenhower reconcile pcacc(ul countrv so mude where we iheir opposite view?? have served our rel'eious offices A Rig if I f oj . decades ' He said there were various ways] ,. We wam to coiuinue wilh our I Ihc Russians could show good in-, llR1 . i( . ullm . a | C0 n egp whc j. e we edu-! lentions. And he said he'd willmsly | hj countryside We want to \ lake part in a Big Four r"—""" ; if—it was a mighty big if. pur Oka cheese, : grow our melons and poultry, pro-j First Ihere voulc' have to be | (|l|ce honev W( , R1 . e not a mlnl])( , . exploratory conferences by others. , (1cve]oi , mem We „,.,, „„ asncu i- He didn't cxplnin exactly what he : lura , cxploiuilol , Pcople shou] ,j meant. But even if ihc exploratory j , cavr , l|s a , one ]lere in med j lal jon,' FOR FUNDS - Stanley C. Allyn is the chairman of the 1955 American Red Cross cam- naign. A resident of Dayton, Ohio, Allyn is a member of the Red Cross board of governors. HOLLAND NEWS Bv Airs. Voris Workman Miv Hoinrr A. Smith will enter-' companied by Mi>.. Louis Lorch. tarn with a drop-in lea at her | instructor, went by bus Saturday home Thursday from 3 in b p.m.,' morning to Cape Oirardcau lo at- complimenting MIS'; Dons Clark of i tend lhe Slate District Future Luxoi'a. Ark., bride-elect of her: Homemakcrs of America meeting son. HonH'i, Jr. The invitation is! extended lo all of their Iriends. I The seniors attended "Career • Day" Monday at Sikeston, This is Thc Holland P.T.A. met Tuesday Ian annual ineetins; of high school i".enioon in thf milMc room. Mrs. '. seniors of the sui rounding U'rmory V. ,M. Jone.-, presided , : who meet lo become better m- H i im.imi. vas oiH.ud wiih „: formed on vocation they may pi .MI bi n,v Citvs The home wal " lo lollow Hfler Kraduaiion. ..onomi, ,nls miaii lhe direc- They meet in groups ami listen t on of Mi, I ou s Loicn modeled i "> a discussion ol Iheir chosen slio- pions and chr,sf, thf h id made j Jt" by a counselor from a college. m class this year and received i inn iumplniH.il' on their work, j The Holland Men's Club was host Floyd Hamlet. Pennscot County at a supper for thc Holland boys School superintendent, was a uuest and yirls baskeibal! teams and or. the proiii-nm and was imronuced i cheer-leaders Thursday nighl in the by Superintendent Kinder. i home economics building. Mr. Hamlet showed a film on i T " e meal was served by tin- Use Naiional Education Association ; '""'ic economics girls under the i.nd lollowed il by a short discus-; supervision ol their instructor. MOII ol lhe film,"slating thai the : Mrs. Louis Lorch. Holland teachers are 10()<; enrolled! The meeting was presided over in lhe NBA and also in the Mis-; by Coleman Thrcel. vice-president .-•nun state Teachers Association. ! of the Men's Club. Charles Cohoon \v;ts master of ceremonies and conferences succeeded, it didn't menu he'd attend a Big Four niceL- inE:. That depended ... There was enough generality in this statement for George and Knowland to interpret it as they tt'ished. Whnt they saw in i' did not appear to dissatisfy them. Board to Review Railroad Wage Rate Structure Asked 6-year-old pay dispute in- WASHINGTON M't - A presidential emergency board recommended yesterday that a commission be established "to review and i As to to modernize ihe wage rale slruc- I the board Lure" In the railroad industry, I the conductors and Thc Oku monastery sits in the low hilts at La Trappe, about 32 miles southwest of Montreal and four miles east of Oka. The Ottawa River, now frozen over, churns past into the Lake of the Two Mountains and find-: its way to the ; St. Lawrence. j An old prospector looking for' iron ore and a Montreal mining I professor who thought he hud unui- j ler ^ v "Vlhe Senate debate on the mm were responsible for a mineral t p a ,.j s " i rea tie= hunt in the area that has al^o un- \ \^ the'ratiiiuaiion debate went covered evidence of columbium. . mo jls [jnHl d; , yp socialist Sen. tantalum and thorium. Henri Bnrre told* the upper-house Paul Riverin. the professor, and Couuc .j] O f the Republic he would Jean Gourd, Montreal lawyer and ' Given French Socialists OK PARIS •'.?' — France's powerful Socialist party gave a new endorsement to German reramament yes- report on the HoMand-Stecle-Cooter ,, f . v , d Supe ,. intcndeiU Rl! ev hcoui meeting was yiven by Mrs. Kn] ,,, u - froin Sleelc who oke ,; 0 tharli* Cohoon.^ the group on bow life.is like play, r . , . , insi basketball. Coach Mnlone inrtu- fne home economics girls, ac- duced th£ boys and girl , to lhe men. Taliihs Smith, for the a.iris, and Jiiin.e-s Kifer. for the boy.-;, responded with thanks to the Men's Club for the .supper. A quartet composed of Jack Kenley, Lewis- Henry, Bruce Martin NEW YORK i?. — The coolest and Sam Workman and accompa- '•customer' 1 at an upper Broadway' «">d * l the P iano b - v Conrad Rensch ; Movie Cashier ! Outwits Robber fish supper. Funeral .services were held Sunday afternoon at the Steele Church of Christ for the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Perrydore, born earlv Saturday morning. Alton J;mi?s. Church ot Christ imni.-U-r, held thc rites. Porter H.trn.s. wiio has been confined lo Chickasawba Hospital lor .the past two wr-ek.s. expected to IJP nblf in retuiji home the last of this week. His .son. Bi-iiiiv Joe. WH.-V t;>:pt:otod Ui be n-lea.scd from ihc im-,pnitl at Memphis th.- in.st of the week. Mrs. Fion-ncc unih;un. sister oi Mrs. Nora Fowler, underwent sur- ^r-ry Smurday at the Wc.--t Memphis ho.pital. Mr., howler ;nui Mr. mid Mrs. Paul Fowler diovc down to be with Mrs. Graham. Ray Crews, pastor oi Mary's. Chapel. HuiiiiHin. is in the- MJ.HMS- Mppi County-widf B;ipn-,t revival being held this week. He is , i --on«- leadcr and John D. Gearing is conducting the services at Mary's Chapr-J . Of .V) .-econd tfradfrr-, 2! f.n.fnd«l church or Sunday School .Sunday Eleven of their ino'.iH.'rs and 12 of Iheir fMhf-r.s fittenci( ; d. • Doris Correll, -.1 urir-ji' •„{ C'apf OiraiTlfiiU ;md n toinn-i- Holhuid high school t-i'iiciuatf. lij, - ;u:t:(-iHf?ri a po.-.i'-ioi; a -, ;irr -upcrv i-o: 1 in f:u- f-'-Cmeiii;:rv .-icho^i- 1 ui Flo: !--~:ui! Mo, Conrad Hcij-cii. n;i;-ic :::-';'Uui'r vi:-;itcd i:is parents in Clay ton la.-ri weekend. Mr. iiiiri Mr--. Kennetfi Childei.s of Memphis visited their parent* during the past weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and Mr. and Mrs. R. K. L. Smith dum-s lo Nashville Saturday to visit Mr. i and Mrs. Luther Drummond. On j the return trip (hey slopped to visit | Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Welsch at Dy| ersburii. ! Also in N'it.siiville tor the weekend ' were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kifer ; and daughter, June, visit inn Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Robertson and children. ! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohoon had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. .,/. E, McClum of Bonne Terre. Mo Mr ,uid Mrs. Ed Hampton were in KcMineit Friday on business. ; ViMiinti m. the home of Mrs. O. C". Wilson Sunday were Mr. and ! Mrs. William Wilson and family of 1 Memphis. it:id Mr. and Mrs. Paul Casey o! Koiineu. Mrs. .Wilson re- 'tirned to Kennel! with Mrs. Casey lo spend ;he week, Saturday ninht quests of Mr. and Mrs. Riiybnrn Hatley were Mr. and .Mrs Hubc-i't Woods ot Dexter. , Jimmy I.,:' le and Sam Workman uere m Ciipf Girardeau during the ' weekend 1.0 uue.nd the concert by 1 ihp Samei -F'ljiccrfiM band at the rollfjo fuidnoriiiin Saturday night. While in Cape they vi.-ited Tony t.i'rlr and Lydlt Bnnkle, students mere. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone ^-2015 In a report to the President, the i nation's railroads resume jtird said there is "an impera-1 bargaining "to correct tin live need for a thorough-going re- ty" in the conductors' pay scale, view and modernization of the in-I The board said the. negotiations boi volvme railroad conductors. The i Jca n Gourd, Montreal lawyer and ; vole , OI . the accor ds to put West conductors had threatened a strike, industrialist, secretly staked 10.000 i German troops into the Western this particular dispute, acres of the surrounding country.: de[ense force "without any ifs. ••ecommended today that side for mineral rights but stayed ; buliS 01 - hows." off the cloister ...rounds. j "There is nothing to choose be- Then they made a .deal with : i.\veen but these treaties and a inequi- ! Molybdenum Corp. of America to \ void." Bane said, adding that he most of the j collective develop mines. Now it looks they have ! had been authorized to speak his party. for Homemakerp A man appeared before her tick- ( Club met Thursday afternoon with <-- ciiae. pointed 10 a gun lucked in'Mrs. Cletus Bailey, wiih 16 mem- li:- trouser belt, and whispered: j bers present. Mrs. Andrew Jenkins "The money. Let's have it. quick. | was a guesi. Miss Schiess: "How many, i Mrs. Car] Reid presided. The roll plea.se?'' ' call was answered by each mem- The uuninan: "Hand it over/' ' ber gi vm Si a helpful garden hint Mi.-.s~5chiess: "Orchestra or bal-! The lesson on gardenine was pre- cony? Or loge?" ' senetd by Mrs. Oda B. Smith and The gunman: ''Dammit I'm not,.Mr?. Wilt Smith. kidd:iifiV' He grabbed for his tjim Mr?. Bailey led the group in sev- but i' seemed >.tuck in thc band of eral games and then served a salad YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE ident Eisenhower last fail to deal Retail Sales Continue Climb tcrnal wacc structure specincallv [ should be aimed at "increasing the found mostly columbium, valuable] uesptte pany mrcais oi L-APUI.-.IUU i Ini Uie owraitiB classlncations." basic daily rate" of pay or else j in turbojet, jet and rocket engines , for any disregarding the endorse- ThPhoird wiJanoointed bv Pros- eliminating by some other method 1 because it resists heat and rust, j menl, it was expected about 10 ol me iwara wits itppuinuL . _ _ ^^ incquity ' lhe board said exists , About 4,000 pounds was produced { the 5G Socialist senators would op- Thls case involves about 24,000 j in the- world last year, worth ; pose them on the ratification vote ' 5119.50 a pound. i ciue today. Observers .still believe "Are we millionaires?" Gourd ; the 320-member Senate will ap- mused ..i n Montreal. "We don't j prove lhe treaties without amcnd- know. We .still have to find out i menl. completing France's parlia- just what we have. But il looks j mcmary action on them, like it now. 1 don't much care. ' I've always had a comfortable living." Brother Leon said here. "Riverm conductors and 1.500 brakemen on most of thc major railroads. Southern State Is Accredited h;:< irou-crs. A payina cu.siomer approached. "One >ide. please." said Mia Seine-.s to [he gunman, ' holding up the line." The "unman save up and !)»nred. and soft drinks for refresh- ! you're. Thp Coun!y Health office has informed Superintendent Kinder lha* Exchange Shots CHICAGO '<!'!—The North Con- and Gourd were very sober. TheN tral Assn. of Colleges and Secon- ; didn't try to slake out the cloister dory Schools yesterday accepted or i grounds. Some other prospectors 6 Red Divisions To Leave Korea TOKYO •#• ~- Feiping radio last approved the'awarding of degrees didn't slop at our fence, ut we i n j g ht .said six divisions of Chinese j - s1 ' ST. LOUIS yi—Department store sales in the Eighth Federal Reserve District last week continued their climb over last year's sales for lhe fifth consecutive week. The St. Louis federal Reserve Bank reported yesterday the aver- .. i , i _ _ age increase over thc district lastly ,, dozen colJeges. j hope they won't insist on mining • "volunteer" troop.- would be with- week was 12 per cent above sales; 'f^p association is lhe accredit- our grounds.' ' I drawn from North Korea in March in the same week of 1954. ! inR ta(K |y f or universities, colleges In Canada, landholders own sur-. ; md April. The increases reported were U| am | n j R j, schools in a 19-state area face richts. Subsurface mineral | The Chinese language broadcast, per cent at Si. Louis, 11 per. cent ex( . en djng from West Virginia to' nnhLs can be registered by any heard here, did not say if the withal Louisville, 9 per cent at Mem- Arizona. w "° Make, claims. jdrawal had started. Institutions ''accepted i creditation" included: To confer bachelor's degrees; Southern State College, Magnolia. Ark. To confer master's degrees: Dairy polio vaccinations will probably yiven in April, and that, children in trades 1. 2, 3 and 4 will he given the shots Those who were given the ie.-it> last year will not rake them aaain. A meetm? of the Holland Corn- exchanged-mujgjty Health Council will have a the Amoy- j meeting soon to make plans tor . the Na- [ this project, ii.ii.ry an- | The adult fwrmer;- cla^ trtus'h 1 •lo.-ed la.^: wee!-: — Chinese TAIPEI. Formo.-B .,T> lied- and Nationalist.- H l'-w artillery shots in Qii.'-moy area vrMerdn uulialiM Delen-e M 1'iounccri. It said Uie Reds fired H I bv Donald Long hells but inflicted no casualties or; with a fish fry in the at-ricuHurf damay. builriine. Tlie men enjoyed a cat phis. 6 per cent at Little Rock and 20 per cent in the smaller cities. Sales from Jan. I to March 19 this year have averaged T per cent better in the district than during the same period of la.-»t year. for ac-' W A R N I N O 0 R n K R IN TIIK CIIANC'ERV COl'RT. CIIICKASAVVIIA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Roy E. Halscll. Pltf. ' vs. No Doris Jean Hal.sell. DIt. College, Springfield, Mo. W A R N I N G S 1 O T r C K IN TUP: CHANCERV COl'RT. CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COL'NTV, ARKANSAS 12 940 i Catherine Holder. Fill, i vs. No. 12,943 The defendant. Doris Jean Halsell, is hereby warned to appear Jnmes M. Holder. Dft. The defendant, Jnmes M. Holder. within thirty days in the court is hereby warned to appear within named in the caption hereof and] thirty days in the court named in answer the complaint of the plain- ; the caption hereof and answer the tiff Roy E. Halsell. [complaint of the plaintiff, Cathe- Datcd this llth day of March, 1955. SEAL ! rine Holder. i Dated this 18th 1 1055. day of March, GERALDINE U5TON. Clerk. j SEAL Bv DONNA SIMMONS. D. C. i C.ERALD1NE LISTON. Clerk By OPAL DOYLE. D. C. T. J. Crowd'er. Ally, for Pltf. 3 P-19-''G-4 "> Percy A. Wright, Any. Ad Litem 3 19-l!C-4 2-3 Percy A. Wright. Ally, lor Pltf. T. ,1. Crowder. Ally. Ad. Liten W A R N ING 0 R D E R IN THE CHANCERV COL'RT. CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Charles W. Nance, Pltf. . vs. . No. 12,903 PeKSJ' Joe Nance, Dft. The defendant, Peggy Joe Nance. is hereby warneti to appear within thirly days in the court named in he caption hercoi and answer the the caption hereof and answer the complaint of Ihe plaintiff, Charles complaint ol the plaintiff, Carrie W. Nance. Date'' this 18th day •)! March. 1955. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. Percy A. Wright. Ally, for Pltf. Max Harrison, Atty. Ad Litcm. 3/18-26-4/2-8 W A R N ING 0 R D K R IN THE CHANCERV COl'RT, CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COl'NTV, ARKANSAS Carrie Lingo, P1U. vs. No. 12,936 Jalnc.i E. Lingo. Dft. The defendant James E. Lingo, is hereby warned lo appear within thirty days m the court named in LlllRO. Dated this 4lh day of March. . SEAL GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk By OPAL DOYLE. D. C. Percy A. Wright. Atty. for Pltf. T. J. Crowder, Atty. Ad Lilem. RUSTIC INN Is Now Offering CURB SERVICE Drive Out For A Snack Or Full Meal '/j (In/, h'rk'd Jumbo Fnnlail Shrimp $1.00 '/, dnz. 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