The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 3, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLSTH&VILLE. (ARK.) COURTEK NEWS THURSDAY, ATTGT78T 8, ItM European Democracies Set Stage for Meeting By JOSEPH E. DVNAN STRASBOURG, France, Aug. 3. (jpj—statesmen from the far corners of democratic Europe met here today to set the stage for the European Consultative Assembly's second session. The foreign ministers—or their deputies—from i3 countries gathered to draft the agenda for the unofficial European parliament which opens next Monday. The ministers, under the chairmanship oT Ireland's Sean MacBride, w41l write the keynote message listing topics to be discussed in the assembly'! four-week session. Recommendations made by the assembly are returned to (he foreign ministers for transmission to the member governments. The assembly Is scheduled to meet in a new headquarters building called the Palace of Europe. Hundreds of workmen are rushing to complete it. French Pool Plan France's revolutionary proposal for a pool of Western Europe's co.il and steel production—the Schumrm Plan—Is sure of a place on the assembly's order of business. The only question wns whether the ministers would formally request (he assembly's advice or wait for the issue to be raised on the floor. | France also wnnts the ministers' to ask the assembly's views on a proposal to extend the idea to other basic Industries, Italy's Count Carlo Sforza is banking a move to guarantee iHe civil rights of the nationals of one country resident In another. The step is obviously intended to benefit the large number of Italians living and working In France and other countries. Ireland's Prnposals Ireland wants: the ministers to submit two proposals to the assembly. One would avoid double taxation of Europeans working in a country other than their own. The other would standardise civil court procedure. The ministers will also have lo consider a three-point proposal from the joint assembly-ministerial committee to reinforce the Council ol Europe in the following manner: 1. Each country 'should appoln a minister for European affairs. 2. Elimination of the veto in the committee of ministers. 3. Machinery to submit -the assembly's resolutions to nationa parliaments regardless of the alti- tude of that country's minister. The ministers will also consider n new proposal for a projected European supreme court for possible submission to the assembly. Members of (he council of ministers are Britain, France, Belgium, The Netherlands. Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Ireland, Tin-key, Greece and Iceland. Little Rock Blind Man To Pine BluH Position; Was Hit and Run Victim LITTLE ROCK. An*. 5. (>T>—A Little Rock blind m.in—struck down by a hit and run driver last year- left for Pine IJUiff today to become the first resident home teacher for the blind in Jefferson County. lie Is Marshal Stroud, .special worker for the <6tate Depart menl of Public Walfare. Strbmi wns seriously Injured In March. 10«. the day before he war to assume the Pine Bluff position There WEI.S no qualified teacher if take over his duties, so the job waited for him. A gnuliiiile of Arkansas Stnl* Teachers College and the Arkansn- School for the Blind, Stroud hfi- jeen with the welfare department since 1347. Elephant Causes Jam KHARTOUM —f/Pi— Upper Wilt Province has something new in ;riiffic jams. Guards prevented anyone from using Khor Ong bridge, because B wild elephant was giving birth on :he road where the bridge ends. Relief From Monthly Pains- A New Sensation Foe Scw« •! H.pp T Girl* v4 W*«M .hiid 1 for "inrT^Lv;^ 1 ;;. '& Now. br the tk»r of can Rtl aid nf th* «t)i month. 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