The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 12, 1950
Page 5
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IHUHSDAT, JATTTJARY IS, 1959 Italian Premier, Cabinet Resign Action was Promised Two Months Ago in Interest of Unity By George Km ROME, Jan. 12—(ji>,_premier Alcirie de Gasped and his mitl- Connnunist coalition cabinet resigned today in a mme that may Kive Italy u s first one-|>arty government since the war. The shakcup, agreed upon at a cabinet session last night, was promised two months ngo. DC Gasueri, whose Christian Democrat Party control.'; parliament, was expected p'Sgain to be President Uiigi Einaudi's choice to form a new government. 'Hie outgoing- cabinet meanwhile remained in office temporarily. A strong faction of Be Gasperi's party favors a government made up entirely of Christian Democrats. The premier himself has said often Italy should have a coalition government because many voters, not actually Christian Democrats, vote 'or his strongly Catholic Party as an anti-Communist gesture. The outgoing cabinet, the fifth coalition lineup De Oasperl has headed since 1815. included n fe\v liberals (actually caonservative in Policy), moderate to left Republicans and Independents. The cabinet reorganization was promised last October when three anti - Communist labor Socialist ministers resigned because of trouble within their own party. The cabinet had been in office since the landslide Christian Democrat victory in Ihe April. 19J8, elections. rn forming a new coalition De Oasperl might have difficulty get ting cooperation from the liberals, who presently are torn over the issue or continued participation in n Catholic-dominated government. Neither the Republicans, whose leader is foreign Minister Count Carlo Sfor/a, nor the Lflbnr Socialists (PSL1) noiv would object to joining a new cabinet, however. De Gasperi has no serious op- ^ponent for the premiership. J^> Meanwhile Italy's second largest party, the Communists, and left- wing Socialists allied with them tried to exploit to the utmost the shooting by police of six workers during a strike riot in Modcna Monday. The cabinet resignation, however, had no connection with the furor caused by the shootings. JI.YTHEVITXE (ARK.)' COURIER Portageville News FACE rrm By Mrs. Raymond Toombs I'lione 2:0 AT 4-H KANQUET IN OSCKOl.A-Pictured above with D. V. Malloch county County, are (Iron, the left. Melvin Crosskno. iiurdetle; Mr. Malloch, Glenn lira* an Heard, Jr., Etowah. Each of the boys was presented a jacket similar to the 01 nt the baiiQuet in Osccola last night. News I'liutn iitjent tor south :elt, wc-st Riduc. ne Mr. Miillui-li Board of Trade Helps Britain's Fat Women LONDON. Jan. 12. (AP) — The C(MI of living for British fat ladies went tip today. The government Board of Trade announced that controlled prices for extra large brassieres and cor- -<ets will be 22 !i per cent higher than for normal sues. The Board of Trade said the Increase vvns granted in the hope of relieving a supply pinch in the outsize department. MiJ r ^ A ' H MEETIK «-M>« Bolon Well. ,,ef», home dei«o» 5 .rRMc pp, county, admires a medal hcJd by Birdie V ancey. of ^mdotte. Others ,„ thc NimnnlJy .next to Miss Yancey,. WhiUon, and Charlenc Pierce Burdeltc IMinto i agent IHCUH'C lor SouLh are P:iu>y i Hapllsts Install Officers At Ihe evening service Sunday o[ the Baptist Church, new officers for the missionary were installed. Mrs, Elmer Foster acted as installing officer. She was assisted by Miss Hetty Tanner and Miss Genese Hufstedler. The following officers were installed: Mrs. W. A. Tanner. Jr., President; Mrs. Merlin Prance, vice president; Mrs. Narlin Imniiii, second vice president: Lloyd Steward, n\VO chairman; Mrs. Den/!e Wiltcy, young people's director; Mrs. Tom Stewart, YWA leader: Mrs. Hand Wlllcy, intermediate girls auxiliary- Mrs. U H, Willey. junior girls nux- liary; Lloyd Stewart, junior Royal Ambassadors; uniy cook, inlcrmc- liato Royal Ambassadors. Mrs. lialph Uowm-d. assisted Ijy Mrs. A. O. Newcomb. Sunbeam Band: Mrs. w. O. Holly. secretary- Mrs. Harold Young, treasurer. Chairmen include Mrs. Claude r oster, mission study; Mrs. Mary Phillips, community missions; Mr. "icorse l-'orgey, stewardship; Mm Evans linker, publicity; Mrs. Raymond Toombs, social chairman: and Mrs, William Stephens, RA social chairman. fianlcn (,'lnli Meeting The Portageville Garden Club met Thursday- at the Twin Oaks Cafe with Mrs. H. T. O'Kclley, Mrs. Jo- <eph McCraie. Mrs. A. W. Fields and Mrs, Fritz Starmer as hostesses. Mrs. Urn Segal gave an illus- j tralcd lecture after which the fol- ! lowing officers were installed: Mrs. C. A. IDacres, president- Mrs. Raymond Secoy. viee prcsi- , dent; Mrs. Sam La font, second i vice president; Mrs. Lee Masby I treasurer; Mrs, A. w. Fields, secretary. New members received during the year were Mrs. A. A. Swilley. Mrs I. C:. Booth. Mrs. Bailey Rullcdi;c Mrs. Webb Wclkcr and Mrs. L 'n' Painter. Announcement of the l-'cbniary meeting will be made later. Social Notes The executive committee of the Baptist missionary society met in ihc liome of Mrs. Claud Foster Tuesday aiternoon. Plans were made for the year's program. Mr. and Mrs. j. H. Workman and Dr. and Mrs. L. p. Diidenhol/.er attended a dinner Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. !i. Rhodes Caiuthersvillc. The Rev. and Mr.s. Clark Lcnord ami Mary Dell Holworth o! Hayward and Miss Dorothy Sutherland attended the Cape County Methodist Youth Fellowship mcclinj in for Ihe mid-winter institute" at Jackson Sunday. Plans were niade Jack.-.on on Feb. 10. Mr.-:. Mn 1-2,1 rd De Lisle ed the Wednesday club in she home •>! Mrs. Jane Kasterlyf Prises went lo Mrs. T. A Lee. Mrs. Jane Easterly and Miss Stella De Lisle. Misses Joan and Juriv F'eqncs entertained Friday with a sleighing i parly. Alter the ride the group rc- I turner! in the Peques home for re- .. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Carler enler- lained wiUi a dinner Wednesday honoring their ton, Bobby, on his ninth birthday. Guests included Mr. •ind Mrs. Andy Carler, Joe Carter, Mrs. Luella Hopper ami son, Donny! Mrs. Sam La Vont was hostess a l a cana.sla party'Saturday alter-j nixm honoring Mrs. Margaret De Li.sle's ijittiiriay. Refreshments M-ere • served (luring Ihc aflernoon. The Merry Matrons Club mel F r i. ] rtay witli Mrs. .1. H. Workman as i hoites. Mrs. Nell Smalloy was uucst i Prizes went lo Mrs. Arlhur Urciup!; *fr*. Smallcy, Mrs. Bernard DI! Lisle, M M . Leo Killian ami Mrs. w. C. Thoniixson. Mr. and Mrs. Grnver Mento entertained their Town iind Ojunlry' Club Sunday. Harry O'Kelly anil '. Nutlinn Srsal were guests. ' '. Mrs. Ted Randal, assisted by Mrs. N'icki Cans, entertained for her daughter's eleventh birthday Wednesday. AS Joy's giicsl.s arrived. Mrs. Cians took pictures of them. Clume.s were played and birthday cake, was served. Some stalks of bamboo grow tu be a fan in dia.octer and 85 feet liljjli. "Sec, Dear—you don't hate to hide behind those false whiskers and glasses! Some of the town's most prominent citizens get loans from GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORATION." $4.95 Brown Leather Ankle Strap Also Brown Leather and Green Suede Combination $3.95 in Brown and Red Leather Brown Leather and Suede Combination $4.50 CUSHION GROWING FEET CHILDREN'S SUPER-ACTIVE FEET. . . need the added protection of these soft, resilient pads. Placed at the shock points, they cushion the heel and give developing orches just the amount of gentle support. 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