The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1953 · Page 13
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December 9, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER, n, 1953 BI.VTIiKVH.l.E (AUK.) COUKIKR N'RW.s PAGE THmTEEN Floats Tell the Story of the Birth of Christ Enoch Chapel AME: "Adoration of Wise Men" . , . Church of the Nazarene: "Christ Child Recognized by Simeon" . . . . . . Morning Star Baptist: "The Flight into Egypt" , . . Li* ras , . . Carter Temple CME: "Christ Comes to the Home" Defeat Court House bui)d a new county courthouse was rejected yesterday Columbia MAGNOLIA (/P) — A proposal to I County voters in a special election. A 3.5 mill tax increase to finance the building also was defeated. Left \ving members of a legislature are liberal or radical, while right wing members are conserva- tive. The terms derive from their seating in relation to the presiding officer. th® mighty aristocrat oflighi- duty trucks- Big Three Asks USSR to Discuss Germany, Austria Nothing Is Said About Session with China in Future WASHINGTON W) — The Big Three Western powers have formally asked Russia to discuss the future of Germany and Austria at a meeting in Berlin next month. On the record, they neither encouraged nor shut off the possibility of a later session to include China. Notes to the Kremlin from Washington, London nnd Paris were made public last night. They suggested, as had been learned unofficially a day earlier, that the Four talks open Jan. 4. The ' su^ested location: a building formerly used by the Allied Control Council in Berlin's American sector. This government employed a 200- word note, moderately phrased, to reply ,to the 2,000-word message from Moscow proposing the early Berlin meeting of the Big Pour foreign ministers. The Soviet also reiterated a desire for Big Five talks, including China, and again assailed Western European defense plans as increasing "threat of a new world war." Can "State Views" As for talks with China, the U.S. reply said major progress toward German unification and an Austrian peace treaty "\^ill contribute to the solution of other major International problems." Without giving any sign the West would agree to a meeting with China, the United States said the Berlin talks "will enable any participating government to state its views on this question." As for the Western defense system which the United States is backing, Washington reiterated that this "voluntary association (is) exclusively defensive find » collecive contribution to pence." The language of the notes from this country, Great Britain and Prance was worked out at Big Three talks in Bermuda. While the notes did not officially foreclose the possibility of a later BlR Five, session, it wns reported from informed sources in Bermuda fat the Western, powers had njrccd to resist any effort by Russia to set up such n conference. American sources in Bermuda also said the Big Three will not consent to prolonged Berlin talks if the Russians offer only propaganda without concrete proposals. Strange Bird The hoatzin, tropical South American bird, is distinguished by a Comanche tuft of heftdfeathers, eyelashes like a Hollywood starlet, and well-developed claws on each wing that enable it to climb trees long before it can fly. Negro Fatally Burned ALTHEIMBR (/Pi— A GS-S'car-ol Negro woman died of suffocatior and burns at her home here yesterday when a wood stove apparently showered her bed with ho coals. 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But its practical side —its capacity for work —is even more exceptional. It hasn't just more power than any truck in its class. // has a whi>!)/)i»g 12!)-li(>rsefiazver engine —more powerful than many trucks with a tivo-inn rating. The Pickup-one of 19 models-has a box that holds up to 11 more cubic feet than last year's capacious model. Its tail gate is grain-tight-and .vfl»r/-(ight. The dials on its handsome instrument panel are clustered. They can he read at one swift glance through the open top-half of a smart tri-spoke wheel. And—a truck feature pioneered by CMC—it offers (lie drivcrsaving, moncysaving advantages of Truck Hydra-Malic Drive*. One final and surprising point. The price of the CMC, value for value, is iDisui'/iiissctl anywhere on tlielrttck market. That's the story. The next move is yours. Come in and sec "the world's most modern truck." And- milkc it SOOII. 'Ofliaaalalexlraaul. 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