The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1955 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 28, 1955
Page 11
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THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1955 BLYTHEVII.l.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Laborifes Take Sevan Back Cait Out Month Age, Party Votti To Reinstall Him LONDON I*—Left-winger AMU rin Bevan, whose feud with Clem ent Attlee cost him his Uborite label In Parliament Is being wel corned back—just i month before the general election. The party leadership, headed by Atllee, voted last night to recom mend (hat Bevan—Ue restored to full membership In the parliamentary Labor party, made up of Socialist members 'of the House a Commons. Such recommendations are accepted automatically, Sevan was expelled from the Labor ranks in Parliament March 16 after h» and former Prime Minister Attlee, leader' of the party, had clashed repeatedly' on Attlee's moderate policies. He was not voted out of the party Itself although he never recanted hie criticism of its leadership. Last night's decision means thai Sevan will have a full voice in plottng Labor strategy for the May 26 election. The reinstate ment is a patent move to repair the party spilt before the voting On the Conservative side of the fence, meanwhile, reliable informants said Prime Minister Eden Is hoping his government and lt» les can pull off a diplomatic triple play before election—Formosa peace talks, Austrian in pendence and an approach to Big Tour conference • on other world problems. Certified Mail Service Plans Are Announced WASHINGTON (/Ft— A "certified mall" service described as havlrif "most of the advantages of registered mall but at a lower cost and less trouble" will become a regular postal operation about June 1. Postmaster General Summerfield said yesterday the exact date Beer Specials 24 cam $3.25 6 cant 90 BUDWEISER or BLUE RIBBON 6 cant $1.00 PHILIP APPLEBAUM LIQUOR STORE KOOIVENT AUUMNVM AWNINM FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL NOW Ph. 3-4293 SMITH AWNING CO. 111 I. Again ... We art buying TIN CANS MM! to free tl «rt flaw, areas*, ete. BLYTHEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. F» S-sMI Monltrtt A B'twmj J4ai6eli6 SCHOOL OF I DANCING | Owned and Operated by Roy. E. Halsell, Now Air Conditioned Open 1» a.m. to 11 p.m. Weekday Saturisys 10 a.m. to I fm. We will teach you all the latest itepi in the Privacy of your own home. FIRST LESSON FREE! • Waltz • Samba • Foxtrot •Mambo • Jitterbug • Rumba • Tango For Appointment PHONE 3-6391 field MM the eiact dat* will depend on distribution of millions of new forma needed (01 the service. Certified •*!!, tried out in vari- ou* McUou since the beginning of the jr**r, will cost 15 cats in addition to regular postage. It It Intended (or mall which has no intrinsic value but on which the sender wants proof of delivery. Metular ret'*t*r*d mall coats 30 cents In addition to postage. It will be continued though It operates at a loss. Much of the lots stems from a requirement that registered mall be kept under guard. Certified mail would not require this. HOLT ORAIL? The Chalice of Antioch, found in If 10, la thought by some to be the Holy Oral), the lost cup from which Christ drank at the Last Supper. OSCEOLA NEWS B.v Bettje Nclle Starr Miss Josephine Montague spent the weekend in Hughes as guest of Mr. and Mrs. riugh Oillahunty and family. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Frailer were weekend, guests of Mr. and Mrs Horace Moore, Jr., on Corona Lake. Mrs. Harry Driver entertained her Friday Bridge Club at her home. A dessert course preceded the bridge games. Mrs. C. E. Lynch is In Memphis this week visiling her brother. Mrs. D. H. Blackwood, Miss Ruth Massey and Miss Ann Mas- sey returned home .Sunday from Washington, D. C., where they attended a DAR convention. Doyle Dunn arrived this week from Oakland, Call!., where he is stationed with the Air Force. He will spend about a month here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Dunn. Mrs. O. B. Segraves, Mrs. Wayne Gillman and daughter of Stuttgart visited In Osceola the past weekend. Mrs. Frank white of Memphis, who has been a guest of Miss Virginia Florida, returned home Sun- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder of Charlotte, N. C,, are guests of Mrs. Snydu's mother, Mrs. John Whit*. Johnny Strlckling, student at Memphis State, joined Miss Linda Davis, Miss Sue Wilson and Wade ftogers where the (our drove to Fayettevllle to attend the series ol parties Saturday given by Kappa Sigma fraternity. . The first party started at two in the afternoon and was climaxed by a dance. The girls were guests of several Osceola girls are attending the university while the boys were guests of Buck Alexander. They returned home Sunday night. Mrs., Ed Quinn Is visiting her son. Wade Quinn. and family In Memphis this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Clifford of Jackson, Tenn., were guests last week of their daughter, Mrs. Vance Cartwrlght, and Dr. Cartwrlght. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Qrafner of Cape Oirardeau were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garner Robbins, the past week. Dr. nnri Mrs. L. Howtpn are St. Louis visitors this week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ethrldge and daughter, Debbie, of Memphis were Osceola and Keiscr visitors over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chiles were weekend visitors In M«mpnls. The Rev. W. L. Clegs, pastor of Luxora Methodist Church, underwent surgery Tuesday morning; at the Methodist Hospital In Memphis. The annual May Breakfast, sponsored by the Women of the Methodist Church In Osceola, will begin at 6 a.m. Thursday, May 5th, and will continue until I a.m. Tickets are available from any of the members of the WSCS for 15c. Dynel Is a partial acrylic fiber, It won't combust; juat melts and chars. But It cannot be Ironed. Even the lowest setting on the Iron will cause it to fuse slightly. When treated with heat it take* a permanent pleat. Therefore you can't let down the hem ol a Dynel garment without leaving a mark. Approximately W per cent of all passenger travel In the United States la by motor vehicle. STOP THAT ITCH IN JUST 15 MINUTES, After uilnc plenaot-to-apply ITCH- ME-NOT for any externally cAUicd Itch, yon MUST be pleated or jour •lOc back at any drug itort. Today at Klrby Hroi. Drug Co. Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away.... N«itin»b»ck*ch«,lc*»of p«p»ndtntrfTi hfJtrUeh* and diixincu nifty bt dut to ilgw- down of kidney function. Doctori ity good kidney function li v*ry ImporUnt to food hiilth, Whti» *ome «vtryd»y condition,alien »i itreu and itriln, CKUKI thli Important function tuslow down,ntanyfotki luncrnai- XinK backache-feel mi*«r*ble. Minor bladder Irritation* du« to cold or wrong dltt may cauMxattlnEUp night* or fwiUflntpa*M««. Don't ntiUct your kidneys if th«M conditions bother you. Try Doan'i Pilli-k mild diuretic. U»*d lUceMafully by millloai for <mr &Q yturt. U't nmnlns how many ttm«* Doan'i i|vt happy relief from th*.t dticom» forti-h* IP thelfi mileeof kidney tub** and fll- Ura fliuh out waatt. 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