The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1950 · Page 10
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TOB8DAT, AUGUST », 1990 Curtain-Raiser Talks For Big Three Meet Set to Begin in U.S. RLTTHEVILLE. (ARK.) CbURIEK N«W» LONDON, Aug. t>. (ff)— curtain- »Uer talk, prior to the comln« Bl« Three foreign minUten' conference will betfn in the UnJUd States In be n«t few days. DJptotnallc officials today report*° Mff- two subjeeti certain to f Ig- ure"T5igh on the agenda of the Amerlcin. BrIUsh, and French min- sters will be: 1. West Geiinany's rota In the ««n« pitru of the 13 Atlantic Pact p»rtncr«. 1 The future «Utu« of Pormwa. The diplomatic chlefi are to meet In New York Sept. 15. I" preparation for this, their expert assistants will jet together either In New York or Washington »Ilhin the next few days. Ambassador Lewi* Douglas Is fly- Ing to Washington Wednesday to attend these talks. An official statement issued by the United States embassy here »«ld today thit Douglas has been called back 'on official matters." The ambassador. Mrs. Douglas, and their socially popular daughter, Sharman. will be absent from London for about three weeks. Entire German Question Douglas has been the American representative on a three-nation group looking Into West Germany's political and economic future. , Th« entire German question Is ex- ' continuing state of war existing between the Western Allied powers and the Bonn government. 3. How to deal with such pre-war German financial and economic commitments as debts and.loans. The mlnisiers presumably will answei a question bothering many officials: should {he Western Allies write a separate peace treaty with the Bonn'government? Or should they merely relax the present political *nd economic controls now Included In the occupation law? Tn addition to these problems, the foreign ministers will cover the en- Eire "cold war" question, This Includes: How to bolster Yugoslavia In her fight with Russia and the comin- form nations. How to .dovetail, and carry out, their often ' conflicting policies throughout Asia. How to speed a Korean settlement, militarily and politically. Hollywood Continued from pate 8 In New York. -..,,.....,„...,..„ .,„„„„„..,„- ^ of limping home from pected to have an Important place tne • he made for " The Prince" In the Big Three talks. • ~' a busted toe, bleeding knuckles, The foreign ministers will have ever >'thlng. I was a wreck," he wails to de«l >Ith these other political — an . d seeing Ms mother's stricken and economic aspects of the prob-. ' ace % 5 he stumbled to his bed. lem on which their aides will be' A few minutes later his mother reporting: I came to his room, looked down at How West Germany can obtain her panting son and said in the 1 political freedom. This, would tone, which mothers generally toike . « revision of the occupation with sons who are ss>.nd-hogs test statute governing the conditions un- " ' d«r which the Allies run Germany. Dirrteultle* of War J. How to get around the diffi- eultln. growing out of the orficlally- Judge's Pass Wins in Court CHICAGO, Aug. (Ap) —Three men arrested for rolling dice re Jected Municipal' Judge Nuncio J. Bonelll'x proposal yesterday that they try their ikill In the courtroom. ; ' : "If you c«n throw, * pass <7 or 11) or make your point I will discharge you," Bonelli told the three men who had been arrested oh disorderly conduct charge*. "Otherwi*e you will go to Jail for 30 day*." One of the men reached for the pair of dice on the Judge'a bench, hesitated and backed away. "We had nothing but bad luck," the three chorused;, Bonelli smiled, then dis- " the charges"agairijst' the 'men, Breidenbach, 28, Robert Spanri; M, arid Sherman Pickins. 35. Mwsfo/tni Follower Fruni from Prison ROME. Aut. ». <tF)—Tomer Mar- •hal Bodolfo.araziani, once slated M Mussolini 1 successor, was freed today froni a H-year prison term as a traitor and Nazi collaborator. - The 68-year-old former Fascist army .commander and viceroy of a laded African empire , had been jentenfed May 2' after 'two years of fcgal maneuvering'following his rapture Just before World 'War II ended. His term was reduced to 14 month* by Italian government amnesties recognizing him u a war hero, and then cut further to cover time h* waa,in American custody. pilots or human camion balls: "Bernlcly, darling, give It up.". ELECTION PROCLAMATION Notice is hereby given that the Annual School election for the year 19SO will be held In eacb School District of Missifslp'pl county, Arkansas, on Tuesday September 26, 1950, for the purpose ol electing Khool directors for igso-51 and voting on school taxea and such other matters as may properly be submitted at said election. The polla will open at S:00 o'clock A.M. and close at 6:30 P.M. at the following places: . VOTING PRECmcTS NAME AND POLLING OF DISTRICT PLACES Osceola Court House Cromer's Store Luxor a Luicora School Victoria. School Blytheville « city Hall West-End Fire Station Yarbro Langston Gin, Number 9 Clear Lake School Promised Land School Gosnell Cornell High School Armore! Lee Wilson Co. Store Shawne* Shawne School Manila Manila High School Dell Dell High School Hall Moon School Wilson Wilson Tavern Whitton School Reiser Bank of Reiser Burdette School Building Etowah West Ridgi" High School Leachville High School Gymnasium Newsonie's store Brinkley Lost' Cane School Mississippi County Stillman School Dyess Dye.s.5 High School Oiveh this H day of Aug. 1950. W. Berry man, Sheritt of Mississippi County John Mgyes, County School Supervisor, Mississippi County 8J15-22-29 HOW'S YOUR SPEEDOMETER? Ie b* nre It'i working rtght, drive In (o our •hop and we'll check it over. 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