The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 2, 1950 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Greek Election May Patch Rift with Tito Result to Affect T Trade Standings, Diplomatic Talks ATHENS, Greece, March a. (A')— The outcome of Sunday's parliamentary elections here may directly affect the success of current efforts ,4 patch ruptured trade and dlp- ^^matlc ties between Yugoslavia and Greece, observers forecast today. One high diplomatic source said the result of the election certainly will influence negotiations now underway for resuming trade and eventual full diplomatic relations between the two countries. Greece, long has been at odds with Yugoslavia and her other Balkan neighbors because of their aid to the Commuritst-lcd. Greek guerrillas In the civil war, The rift was widened by Yugoslavia charges 'that Greece, was conducting a terrorist campaign against her subjects, arresting Yugoslavs who sought visas to return to their native land. Negotiations Are Delicate Delicate negotiations now afoot for patching this i-Ut are being conducted with a watchful eye to see whether the Greek voters will reject the Royalty Populists—largest party in the last parliament— when they go to the polls Sunday Deputy Premier and 'Foreign Minister Constantin Tsaldaris, leader of the Populists, long has been a symbol and .target of Communis charges that Greece is "Monarcho Fascist." Qualified observers feel that i Tsaldnris' party were to slip to second or third place in Sunday' halloing, it would give Yugosln Premier Marshal Tito a chance t ^sl\ his people that the Greeks ar (fc'ering 'away from "monarcho fascism" towards democracy. Twenty-six parties are offerin Portageville News • I3y Mrs. Raymond Toombs Phone 220 more thkn 2,700 candidates for 25( seats in parliament. The voting will be on a proportional representation basis, witii any person or party which receives 8.000 votes entiticd to one seat. At present the government Is headed by "caretaker" Premier John Thcotokls. who was called in by King Paul to settle last January's cabinet crisis, when the regime of Alexander Diomedes went down in a dispute over the timing of the elections. Violence Is Slight With the elections only three days off there has been little violence, far less than most observers expected as an aftermath of the civil war. The majority of politic*.! experts concede that Sophocles Venizelos' powerful Liberal Party will lead the field. There have been no oulstanding issues in the campaign. The question of the monarchy, a burning Greek issue for more than 30 years. ^ft'£S hot even mentios-^ in cam- ^Ji'igtl speeches or literature.' Appearing as the next strongest party to the Liberals and PopulisUs. Is George Papandreou's Social De- Miss Jordan to Wed The Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Jordan of Junction, Texas, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Beverly Ann Jordan, to William Patrick Riley. The wedding Is to be in Junction In the First Methodist Church. The ordan family formerly lived in ortagevllle. Obituaries Funeral services were conducted riday in the Church of God for obert Lee Manis, son of the late Robert Manis and husband of Mrs. auline Quick Manis of Point Plea- \nt. Mo., lie died in the Delta Community lospital at Sikeston on Feb. 23 rom Injuries received in an auto- nobile accident. Interment was in Portagevtllc Cemetery with Delisle Funeral Service in charge. Funeral services were conductor Thursday at DeLisle Funeral partoi or Ernest Dial of Kentucky Point Ky., who died Feb. 20 In St Francis Hospital in Cape Girardeau Reb. T. E Hogue was in charge of ' services with interment i n Mounds Cemetery. Social Notes Mrs. J. H. workman. Mrs. Raymond Sccoy, Mrs. Webb Walke and Mrs L. P. Buclcnholzer, Sr. were guests Monday at a canast luncheon in the home of Mrs. J W. Robbins Stcele. Mrs. Margaret Casey liad as din ner'guests Monday Mr. and Mrs Ivcrson Michie, of Caruthersville and Mr. and Mrs. Fahcrty Pinkley. Carol and T. C. Pinkley, Jr. Mrs. T. A. Lee and Mrs. L. B. Painter were guests Friday when Mrs Matilda Cavanaugh entertained the Merry Matrons Club. Passing prize went to Mrs. Ruth Lee. Kenneth Riddle celebrated his ninth birthday Wednesday afternoon-when his mother, Mrs. Harold Riddle, entertained with a party in his honor. Mrs. Fay Atwill entertained with a dinner Friday evening In honor of her husband's birthday. Canasta was played during the evening. There will be an MYF council meeting aft-he New Madrid Meth- odist Church March 5 at 2:30 p.m. fflcers for the new year will be ominated. The Baptist Intermediate Girls .uxiliary will meet Thursday night or its missionary program. The Sunbeam Band of Baptist 3hurch will meet Thursday alter- .oon. Faithful Workers class of the iaptist Sunday School will meet at of Senath he home of Mrs. Sibert Tanner vlth Mrs. Danzle Willcy leading he program. I This week the Missionary Soc- ety of Ihe Baptist Church is obeying the "Week of Prayer", for home missions each afternoon at Mrs. Joseph McCrate. Mrs. Mar- arct Casey, Miss Ellen DeLisle and Mrs. June Ransbury were guests Thursday when Mrs. Wayne DeLisle entertained her bridge club. Prizes went to Mrs. McCrate, Mrs. Calvin Scales and Mrs. C. c. Puller. Miss Slella DeLisle entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Guests included Mrs. Mary Simmons. New Madrid; and Mrs. Mary DeLisle. Prizes went to Mrs. C. A. Dacrcs, .Mi's. Margaret DeLisle and Miss DeLisle. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Toombs Sunday were Mr and Mrs. Enos Benson and sons Police to Halt Red Rowdyism Of Youth Rally With the Courts BERLIN, March 2. M 1 )—Mayor Ernst Reuter promised west Berlin today his ijollce will stop any attempts at rowdyism when 500.000 east German youths stage a rally here the last week in May. Renter told the city council: "We will not permit any marching from the east (Soviet) sector or zone into or through west Berlin. Neither will \ve allow any entry into weM Berlin by automobile, vehicle or other public means of transport." Rcutcr declared the Youth Congress Is , one of a series of "planned plots" by the Reds to stir up unrest in west Berlin. He urged the public to meet any such tlveat with the f'.imc firmness with wnJch they met the Soviet blockade. The communists were reported assembling 259 special trains to bring the youths to Berlin during Whitsuntide week, Tliclr announced Him is lo stage a giant propaganda show In the name of German peace and unity w ith Russia and to op- can war mongers. Counties Get Tax Refunds LITTLE ROCK. March 2. UP) — Arkansas counties have received $157516 and cities have received $105,000 as their share of state sales tax collections. The total of $262,516 In turnback represented final payment for the !>osc what they call Anglo-Ameri- current revenue year. —SAVE— Up to 59% on your into body anil fender repairs. Complete paint jobs us low as «5. Satisfaction guaranteed or you don't HOT'S BODY SHOP 110 S. Lilly Phone 3456 Chancery Drainage District No. 17 vs. Chris T. Orr, suit to cnncel contract on sale of property located NE[4 SE!4 Section 30-SON-11E. Marybclle Boles vs. Henry Clay Boles, suit for divorce. Many persons from Portngcville ittended the piano concert by John Cnight In Kcnnctt Thursday, sponsored by the Missouri Community oncert Association. £5 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman entertained members of the Dobe Club Thursday att their home. Prizes went to Raymond Secoy, Mrs. Arthur Drcrup and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman. Mrs, Charley Avitts entertained Saturday afternoon for her grandson. Garry Lynn Avitls. oh his eighth birthday. Games were enjoyed by the group and favors of bulloons were presented each guest. Henton's School of Business Armouces it's Opening March 2, 1950 REGISTRATION 11EGINS: March 2-7, 1950, 7:00 p.m. PLACE: The Community Center Huildinjr, So. 2nd SI. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Telephone 398G. From the Farms COMES YOUR GENUINE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN WHITE SWEET CORN i ? t~ THE CREAM STYIE SWEET CORN ALL AMERICA LOVES mocrats. other parties expected to get blocks of seats in parliament are the National Progressive Union of center, the National Rehabilitation Front, the independent Political Front, the New Party and the National Party of Greece. The leftwing element is headed by John Sophianopoulos under the banner of the Republican Front. Theotokis said th e Communist Party will not be allowed to participate in the election since it has been outlawed. The Communist* boycotted! the 1946 election. 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