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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 9, 1955
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— BLYTHEriU,! (ARK.)' COURIER NBWi SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1»M Soviet Blasts West For 'Unjust' Delay In Austrian Treaty By STANLEY JOHNSON MOSCOW (AP) — The Soviet Union informed the Western powers today it considered "unjust" any further delay in concluding an Austrian treaty of independence. It expressed hope the visit to Moscow on Monday of Austrian Chancellor Julius Raab would lead to "speedy conclusion" of the treaty. Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov called in the diplomatic representatives of the United States, Britain and Prance and handed them identical notes expressing the Soviet attitude. On Tuesday Uie three Western powers hud issued a Joint declaration to the effect that they considered the Austrian treaty a matter '.or four-power consideration. More than 250 meetings of deputy foreign ministers and 15 top level sessions of the foreign ministers themselves over the past 10 years have failed to reach agreement on a treaty. Today's note sold the Soviet Union took into consideration , that Austrian officials had already exchanged opinions on a treaty with officials of the Western powers. It •dded: To Achieve AtTMmenl "The Soviet government expresses the hope that in case there 1« a desire on the part of all states concerned H will be possible to achieve a n agreement for the conclusion of »n Austrian state treaty." The note »aid Uie aim of Uie •oVIet proposal "IS to put an end to the present abnormal situation whereby Austria 10 years after its liberation from Hitlerite Germany JB still under control of the occupying powers. " "It has become clear that at the present time ther- are possibilities for speeding up a settlement of the Austrian question by means of conclusion of a state treaty." CottonCarniyal Goodwill Unit Here April 25 Annual Cotton Carnival goodwill touring group comes to Blytheville April 25, it was announced today. A group of square-dancers, with ts own folk music bund, will get things started at 4 p.m. Carnival royalty is to come later at about 4:30. The group will be located on second Street, near City Hall. High school home economics students are to model dresses for the affair and balloons and favors will be given out to children. Mayor E. R. Jackson and Blytheville cotton men are cooperating in making arrangements for the group. Japan Demands Peace Talks TOKYO —Japan released today Hie text of a sternly-worded note to Russia urging that peace talks "be started promptly" in New York City. The note, which was turned over to Russia's U.N. representative Frl- da yin New York for transmission to Moscow, had the effect of rejecting Russian suggestions to hold the talks cither in Tokyo or Moscow. HONORED — George Mcany, president of the American Federation of Labor, was awarded •the Laetare Medal for 1955 by the University of Notre Dame. Meany is the first labor leader to wear the medal, which has .been awarded annually since 11883 to an outstanding Ameri- ican Catholic layman. It is gcn- •erally regarded as the most 'significant' annual award con- Icrred upon Catholic laymen in the U. S. Power Mowers and Aluminum Screens at New Low Prices. E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Phone 3-4551 PAINT & WALL PAPER FREE ESTIMATES LOW PRICKS E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Phone 3-4551 In Osceola ... You may buy th« Courier News Cramer's Cafe and Reidy Drugs Calvary Baptist To Observe Anniversary Calvary Baptist Church, current- yl engaged In a remodeling program, will observe the second anniversary of the pastonite of the Rev. J. H. Melton Sundny, Remodeling of the choir loft and bapti.stry arc two projects ncarlng completion In the church now. During the past two years, the church reported, a total of over $45,000 has been contributed through the treasury of the church which Is giving more than $2,000 through the Cooperative Program this year. Eventually, the expansion program Is to Include remodeling of the present building and construction of n two-story annex. Prior to coming here, the Hcv. Mr. Mellon \vt\n in eviuiRell.slIc work over the United Stutc.t, Canada nnd Mexico. Civil War Vet Resting Well DULUTH, Minn, (fl 1 )—Civil War soldier Alhert Woolson, 111 with lung congL'Ktion, spent a rostful nlfiht, St. Lukes Hospital nurses reported today. The 1 OH - year - old veteran, sole survivor of the 2,075,000 mini In the Union umiy, luis been hospitalized since Thursday. Bonds Forfeited Two traffic resulted forfoitcd bonds (his morning In Municipal Court. Both involved charges of spi'odliiK . Maurice. 1 Baker it mi Hiury C. Gnruth forfoltrd bonds of $10,15. I.AHfi KLA(;OON EnUvL-tok, Mitr.shitll Islands atoll serving as a proving ground for (tin A EC, t'licloscs n bluc-Krecn la- KOOII six times ILS larye UK the District of Columblii. Group of 'Southern Gentlemen' Fight Integration in Louisiana HF REMEMBERS GETTYSBURG—This unusual photo-study shows Ed Baugher, of Kinsley, Kans as he smoked and reminisced on his recent 100th birthday. Said Ed: "It's too bad we have to Ret so old so young." He was born March 16, 1855, in the Pennsylvania Dutch settlement of East. Berlin Pa. He was a Ind of eight when the battle of Gettysburg was fought a scant 15 miles northeast of his home. About all he recalls is Ihc thunder of the battle and the sight of Yankee and Confederate soldiers running about the countryside. After marriage in Pennsylvania, he settled in Kmi- |«y In 1878 and for forty years was the village blacksmith. He retired from the smithy in 1922 to a life of gardening, chopping firewood for his wife Katie and fishing. The lively old-timer, a scant 5•W 3 (riches of less than 100 pounds says he has foregone milk since his infancy and has smoked for • years Kinilev townfolk gave Ed a birthday parly, with 100-candle cake, old-time music and jau«re dancing. 'He didn't dance. "1 reckon, it's about time I started acting my age," he explained. EXCLUSIVE NBA PJIOTO. By JAMES MCLEAN BATON ROUGE, La. HI—A secret group called the "Southern Gentlemen's Organization" is attempting to rally Louisiana white persons who are determined to teep racial segregation. It is little known throughout the state because organizing efforts are centered in the capital city area. » "The Southern Gentlemen" are affiliated with the more widely known Citizens Council in Mississippi,, and are taking advice from the MIssisslppans. Hopeful of Expansion Chairman J. B. Easterly is the key man. He is hopeful of statewide expansion and says feelers are out in New Orleans, Shreveport, Alexandria, Monroe and Lake Charles. "We want the world to know we're not Ku Kluxers or anything similar," he says, "and we don't believe in rough stuff." The "Southern Oentlemen" are not against the Negro, Easterly says. "We're dedicated to the present Southern way of living and believe the segregation issue Is the most important thing in Louisiana to- day." ArjumenU to Rteume Beginning Monday, the TJ. S. Supreme Court will resume arguments on how to carry out Its decision of May 17 outlawing public school segregation. Louisiana, where racial strife is rare, hopes to ease around the final Supreme Court decree with a new set of laws adopted in 1954. The "Southern Gentlemen" sharply protested to the Baton Kouge State-Times when it rejected an ad soliciting new members this week. Editors replied they felt the ad was intended to cause interracial strife. Later, a toned- down ad was accepted. EASTER REDS (Continued from Page 1) urmlng West Germany, Sir Anthony Eden got the news of the latest Soviet move while spending his first weekend as Prime Minister at his official country home, Chequers. Britain, In a note Eden helped to draft when he was foreign secretary, had made clear to the Russians that she wast going ahead with plans for rearming West Germany and would not be Jntimi- 0ntcd< French Not Surprised PARTS l/n — French officials ox- pres.sed no surprise r.l today's announcement from Moscow that Hit 1 Soviet Kovcrnmeiit wu» usklug the Supreme Soviet to annul the French-Soviet treaty of friendship and alliance. Thief Made Sure IDAHO FALLS, Idiiho (A 1 )—-Whra Don Uorrowman went to Ret into hia purkcd cnr he not only founr a fender skirt and a hub cnp hue! been stolen but the thief had madf. sure BoiTO\vnmn, at Iciist, would not, Liur.sue him. Me had let the nlr out of all. tlio HITS. Parking Trouble LAFAYETTE, Ind. Ufi — Two di'- tectivcs who saw a man down on his hands and knees beside a parking meter Umt had been knocked over found he was depositing nickel for parking. Can your house BURN OUT? Ves it can, Fire often gets a long / ^ headstcirt before it is discovered. Insurance . . . and enough of it ... is the only answer to your financial protection. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOE BLDG. 3-6868 BESTWAY CLEANERS Invites you to visit their NEW LOCATION Phone 2-2408 2012 W. Main Now Equipped to Serve You Better HOT DOGS Delicious!) 1 Seasoned with Our Chili and Chopped Onions Tak* Home Sack 6 . T KREAM KASTLE DRIVE-IN Church News Briefs DR. W. t. RAINWATER will teach the Open Door Class of First Methodist Church Sunday. CAI/VAK.Y BAPTIST Church will observe the .second anniversary of the pastorate of the Rev. J. H, Melton Sunday with special services. Film Tonight At Gosnell's Baptist Church Nearly 200 persons were baptized during the revival which ended at Gosnell's Baptist Church. Tonight at the church, a free film, Billy Graham's "London Cru- sucle," will be shown at 7:30. The public is invited. In a building program, now under wny, the auditorium is being enlarged to seat 500 persons and six new Sunday School rooms are being added. Story of Christ On TV Sunday Once iigHin the people of the Mid-Smith U'lcvlslon audience will gel a chance to .see the powerful drama, "This la the Lire", a story of Christ's last, days on ciirtli. This ycnr it, will be rcpi'iit'M on WMOT television at 10:3^ Eascr morning. Tills Baser episode portrays the Inspiring Pn-sslnn Story. M is Tho- nms, the* nposlli 1 , who »l, first doubted Christ's Resurrection and Inter is sentenced lo death for his Inith, who tells the Passion story. The entire drum a is ir-enacted, Ihn Lust Supper, the hclraynl by Judns, (lie .triii! and (he Crucifixion and the Resurrection. (Continued from Page 1) in parks and city squares throughout the nation. Churches everywhere scheduled extra services to mark the solemn yet happy day. The Catholic observance culminates at noon when Pope Pius XII is to appear on the balcony at St. Peter's to give his annual Easter blessing t,o the city and to the world. . The weather man forecast generally good weather for most of the United States, gladdening the hearts of those with new finery to wear for the Easter parade. In New York, however, .some cloudiness was expected to dull the glitter of the annual fashion promenade along Fifth Ave. parties for children promised to make'the day a happy one for millions of small fry. One of the biggest Is the annual Easter egg roll nn the great lawn in New York's Central Park. Six Are Killed In Air Crash BRISBANE, Australia (ff}~- All six occupants — including a newborn baby girl—were killed today when a Royal Australian Air Force Lincoln bomber crashed into a mountainside. The plane was on a mercy flight from Townsville to Brisbane with the baby, a nursing sister and a crew of four. The baby, born early yesterday, was-being flown to a Brisbane hospital for a blood transfusion. OVERSIGHT - The Parisian designer of this bathing suit says its main feature is its slimming effect, seemingly overlooking its neckline. A hockey puck travels at an average speed of 88 miles per hour .according to tests made with an oscilloscope. CAMERA CENTER • Flash Bulbs • Color Film • Polaroid Film • Movie Film • We have Cameras and Projectors for rent. BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 EEYOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Read Courier Nmvs Clm*sllH'd Ads EVERYBODY'S WATCHING TV INSTEAD OF iUE That's right. You |ujt can't rt* lijt walching televiiion whin you own a JFD SupcrJci antenna. 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ALSO CARTOON' SUNDAY & MONDAY To Our Patrons: With many hours of deliberation on what picture to bring to you on Easter—we take much pride in presenting what we feel is the greatest of all motion picture achievements—Quo Vadis! we at the Mox want to wish all of you a Happy Easter Holiday! This is NERO . die pagan emperor, and I vgia, Christian slave girl in his golden house of women! ALSO COMEDY & CARTOON See These Fine Cinemascope Pictures Soon at the Mox The High and The Mighty Lucky Me Hell & High Water Women's World Garden of Kvil Seven Bridea for Seven Brother*

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