The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1955 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 80, 19B5 Charming Sir Anthony 111; Resignation Put Eden on Political Map By TOM A. CULLEN NEA Special Correspondent LONDON — (NEA) — Americans who suspect Sir Anthony Eden exhibits a more than passing interest in American real estate every time he pays a visit to the States are on the right track. The Stnte of Maryland at one time practically belonged to the Eden family, who used it as a sort of private game preserve. One of Anthony Eden's direct ancestors was governor of Maryland at the time of the American War of Independence, and lies buried at Annapolis today. Another-early Eden pirated American ships off the coast of South Carolina. Anthony Eden's brother. Sir Timothy Eden, still styles himself as the Baronet of Maryland, a title which is confirmed in the 1954 edition of Burke's Peerage, which r lists him as the sixth in line. It was the suspicion that Anthony Eden was about to cop the Colosseum in Rome that led to the most famous political feud of modern times: -Eden, the Sling-Shot Kid, versus Goliath Mussolini. Some say that Eden's dislike for Mussolini dated from the time he skidded on a rug in front of II Duce's desk. In another version, Mussolini, in one of his more operatic moods, splashed the contents of an ink-pot over one of Eden's favorite suits. However the feud started, Eden pulled no punches. It was Eden who got sanctions applied against Mussolini during the Italo-Ethiopian war. It was Eden who tried to stop Italian intervention in Spain. And he did resign from the British cabinet when he discovered that his own prime minister, Neville Chamberlain, was making deals with the Italians behind his back. Resigning from the Chamberlain government was the smartest thing Eden ever did, next to being born handsome and with money in the family. It was a bitter cold day in February, 1938, when Eden learned the news of Chamberlain's sellout. Walking back from No. 10 Downing Street, a shocked Eden locked himself into his office, knocked back a glass of whiskey and began to dictate the letter of resignation which put him on the map politically. Now that he was out, what would Eden do? Would he upset the government? Would he stump the country against the appeasers? An anxious nation awaited his next move, which was to go off to play tennis in the South of France. Eden's failure to press the attack against Chamberlain is often cited as an example of his inability to get tough. It foreshadowed a weak- kneed attitude toward the Communist cold war, some say. However, 18 months later Chamberlain was out, and Churchill was in as prime minister, with Eden as his foreign secretary. World War n made use of Eden's talents as a diplomat to the EDEN IN 1938: An earlier ont full. It also brought him personal was governor of Maryland, tragedy, revealing a human side SfR ANTHONY AND THE FIRST MRS. EDEN: In the darkest hours of the war, a death blow foundered their marriage. rarely seen by the public. For some ears Eden and his wife had been estranged. Beatrice Eden, who loved to go dancing at Giro's, made no bones of her dislike of politics. Looking back on it years-later she could say. "I was never so bored." But now, during the darkest hours of the war, their marriage was to receive the blow form which it never recovered. It came in a message from the War Ministry that their son, Simon Eden, was missing in action with the Royal Air Force over Burma. Anthony Eden was scheduled to do an important broadcast a few minutes after receiving the message. He went through with it, departing from the script to console those families who had lost someone in action. Never once did his voice break. 1 As for Beatrice Eden, she fled to America and never returned. In 1950 Eden got his divorce on grounds .of desertion. They had been married 27 years. Tom o r row: The new Anthony Eden. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as: The Blue Light Cafe, 1910 West Rose, Blytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; thnt no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is lor permit to oe issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of April. 1955, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1955. SAM BENNETT, JR., Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of March, 1955, SEAL IRENE WALLACE, Notary Public My Commission expires: 5-26-1955. Great Appetite BLOOMINGTON, III. (,-P) — The dog catcher has discovered that Great Danes have great appetites. He is holding one. In requesting the owner to collect his pet, he says the animal has eaten almost all the available food. Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers The following building permits have been issued In the office of City Engineer A. L. Wood: J 0. Henry, 413 S. 21st, 1 frame room addition to store, $1,000; Medlin and Love, 408 S. 2nd. 1- room concrete block building, $3.600: Bennie Nichols, 1113 S. Lake, 1- room frame carport, »500: L. D. Wade, 8th and Highland, 3-room frame bath house, tl.OOO; L. D. Wade, 6th and. Highland, 2-room frame building, $1,000; Mississippi County Lumber Co., 2001 W. Main, carport, frame, $150; Julian Tate, 409 S. 21st, 1-room frame building, $300; H. B. Wright, 1035 Hardin, 6- room frame residence, $5,000; H. B. Wright, 1020 Hardin, 5- room frame residence, $5,000; H. B. Wright. 1016 Hardin, 5- room brick veneer residence, $5.000; H. B. Wright, 1005 Hardin, 6- room brick veneer. $5,000; H. B. Wright, 1004 Hardin, 5- room brick veneer, $5,000. Real Estate transfers: Kendall and Thelma Berry to Harold B. Wright. $10 and other considerations, lots 3 and 4, block 5, Hearn Add;. Eugene and Beulah Stanley to Magnolia Court, Inc.. $10 and other considerations, lot 12, block 7, David Acres Subd.; E. B. and Rovene David to Truman A. and Freda Meador, $10 and other considerations, lot 5. block 1, Blmwood Garden* tubd.; E.. B, and Rovene David to Charles A. and Corn Lynch, $10 and other considerations, lot 3, block 1, Elmwood Gardens Subd.; E. B. and Rovene David to Robert and Geneva Wakefield, $10 and other considerations, lot 3, block 1, Elmwood Gardens Subd.: IE. B. and Rovene David to J. E. and Elvie Eding, $10 and other considerations, lot 9, block 1, Elmwood Gardens Subd.; W. H. and Patricia Stovall Jr., to W. H. and Mary Stovall Sr., $10 and other considerations, all of E'/zNEVi of 2-15N-11E; Arthur and Pearl Vance to E. M. Regenold, $10 and other considerations, lot 1 of NWVi of 16. lot 1 of NE'/ 4 NEy 4 ; all of part of SE'/i and all of NEVi of SE'/i-ie- 15-13E; Thelma Ashcraft to Paul F. and Pearl Phillips, $10 and other considerations, lots 1 and 2, block 4, Marsh Add.; Scott and Jewel Alley to Harold and Marie Wright, $2,500, tract of irregular lota In section IO-16N- 1IE; H. F. and Dorothy Russell to J. D. and Gillie Blackard, $617.88, lot 9, block A, Hollondale Add;. J. H. and Olenodel Roberts to William D. and Lillian Qarner, $10 and other considerations, lot ID, block B, John B. Walker 2nd Subd.; St. Francis Levee District to Lev! Aaron Echols, Louise Echols Tompklns and Ethel Mitchell, $918, lot 5, Larry's 5th Add.; George Potter, Bobert Williams, Burl Grimes, Rube Bevlll and Walter Maxwell to Gerald Dee and Wanda Lee Reagan, $10 and other considerations, one acre in SW corner In E'/ 2 of SW!4 of SW>/« of 38-.16N-10E; Noble and Gladys Gill to Max and Annie Logan, $10 and other considerations, lots 5 and 6, block 1, E. p. Adams Add.; Dcwcy and iris Jonei to Lois Gnmmon Burnett, $10 and other considerations, lot 10, block 7, Ruddle Heights Add. FOUNDER FRANK Kentucky's capital, Frankfort, !• named for Stephen Frank, pioneer, who was killed by Indians while camping near a ford of the Kentucky River at the clty'i site. STOPsiMPU DIARRHEA Gel fast, SooJhing Relief wifn PERCY MIDICINI RADIATOR WORK Boiled Our Repaired Flo Tested Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS' 508 Cl. Lake Are. BIGGEST CAR of the low-price 3 is Plymouth MORE LUXURY OUTSIDE You'll be understandably proud of the long, low, flowing lines of your new Plymouth. Its 17 feet of shining steel make it the biggest car of the low- price 3 {8.4 inches longer than one car, 5.3 inches ahead of the other). And its glamorous new Full- View windshield, with swcpt-back corner posts, gives you wider, safer visibility than either of the "other 2" low-price cars. MORE COMFORT INSIDE Plymouth's greater over-all dimensions also mean more interior roominess. You gel the widest front seat (by up to 2 inches), the greatest front and rear leg room (by up to 3.7 inches). Plymouth's door openings are higher and wider, too, permitting the easiest possible entry and exit. What's more, Plymouth's new trunk is mammoth—with far greater capacity than the ''other 2." SMOOTHER BIG-CAR RIDE Only a truly big car like Plymouth can give you the luxury of a big-car ride. Plymouth's longer and stronger frame, wider rear springs and Onflow shock absorbers provide the smoothest ride in the lowest-price field. And Plymouth's great new 6-cyIinder PouerFlow 117 gives you the smoothest, thriftiest performance. Another top engine: Plymouth's new 167-hp Hy-Fire V-8. Son buy n«w; tetttr trade-In, tool Th« big swing Is to Plymouth SEE IT TODAY-DRIVE IT AWAYI PLYMOUTH f1ym»uth 4«*ln ir* lllt«* vnttr "Aut«m*kll* 0««l«r«—Plymouth" In your CltMlfltd ToUphon. Directory B.F. Goodrich First inTubeless brings you the POMR TIKIS for today's POWER CARS ALL THIS POWIK HERE... . NEf DS THIS POWIR tIRi TO PUT IT TO WORK HERf To get the full benefit from today's power cars, you need the POWER TIRE..to turn braking power into stopping power... to get going faster without spinning the wheels... to turn without squeals — to go protected against bruise-blowouts. __ t LIFE-SAVER POWER TUBEIESS The famous puncture-sealing Tubeless with the skid-defying grip-block tread. The new-car Tubeless that gives greater LINER leaks air s-s-slowly, gives time skid resistance than previous new-cor for safe slop. Both SAFETYLINER and tires. Changes dangerous blowout to safe LIFE-SAVER available with double bruise s-s-slowout. If damaged unusually, SAFETY- resistance of Nylon. Come In wd lei us bm$ youi 1 w up to POWER PAR Put a set of 4 POWER tires on your car for as low as *4.00 Down and your old tires! We Bought Too Many- SAVE Up to $ 150 00 s On e Brand New Kelyinator Refrigerator Up to $150 Trade-In Allowance For Your Old Refrigerator • Completely Automatic Defrost • Large Family Size Refrigerator • Freezer Acrost Top • Full Length Door We Finance at 6% Interest BF Goodrich FIRST IN RUBBER - FIRST IN TUBEIESS ^^^^^^=J^Br^^^^^^^B^^Bl^g^^3lti 11 ^ 417 W. Main Blytheville, Ark. -Ph. 3-6331

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