The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 13, 1949 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 13, 1949
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EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER HEW! SATURDAY, AUGUST }3, 1949 THl NATION TODAY— Average Citizens Talk, Laugh But Key Officials Just Talking By James Marlow WASHINGTON, Aug. 13. (iP)—U. l s a little bit like living in a dream... Dressed for summer, men and women stroll the streets of Washington *n(i Moscow, talking, looking In the shop windows. They'd like • little more money, maybe, and some more camions »nd they'd like to live 8 long time. Pirtlcularly, they'd like to Ihe a long time. But somehow they've keen caught up in something, an age-old something: The conflict between people, ideas, desires, polities, economics, power. * _ , __ And while they walk the streets, lauglUng hi the sun. their officials »r e in Buildings In Washington and Moscow, talking. The officials, in uniforms or civ- BOND ISSUES ilian clothes, are planning a n cl j they're talking of death, death that ' ,,-H jeems remote now, in the future, bul still death. What the officials In the Moscow buildings are .saying the people on the streets there don't know. They're not told Continued from Page I. At KeL=i"t a S50.000 bond issue, estimated to run 20 year.s, hits been proposcrl .along with a 28-mill levy. This district asked the ap- jpr'.va! ol ii S106.2G2 biuleet for the Bi'rTjet fighters shooi overhead. ', mainteuancre ami control of the And you can be sure the things]"" 1001 ' lc "vuics. the Moscow officials talk about! Wil>or> voter* will determine are not much different from Ilic | whether or not a $150.000 bond is- thlngs the Wasliintgon official.' talk!*'" 1 tllel ' c '•"" oe approved, and 28 about. (mills ta\ is also being asked there. There's the atomic bomb, which | J - «• Cmin . Pi-e.sidcnt of the school lh e Russians are trying to make or i >» r - ni indicated thai, nine milk wil! maybe have made. ! be used to retire the bond issue. And here Air Force officials tell ] Etowah's building projects arc lo a committee of Congress about the B-36. , . . It can (ravel 8.(>QO miles, it can Sly at 40,000 feet, in an overcast at 40,000 feet Jet fighters ran'L stop it, and it can carry atom bombs. The beauty of the atom bomb. the. Air Force men say. although thee don't refer to it as beauty, this: When planes drop ordinary bombs on a city, they have to go back be financed through the acceptance of a $40000 bond issue, retirement of which will take 10 of the 23 mills ad valorem tax to be askccL Manila Seeks 5160,000 Issue The Manila bond issue of S160.COO wilt finance the construction of a $130.000 hi Jill school building, will GERMAN JAILER ! N ENGLAND— |. r i, irc \Valdfmar 7.u Holicnlnue (left) ex-commandant of a ttrrman prison tamp, is curst of George WU-kenrlcn on ;i holidav in Knit,' Kngland, lo repay him for kindiie.s-s lr> British war prisoners. allow S10.000 for the building of tiew school at Brown, a school incorporated into the Manila District every fe,.weeks lo drop more to ^S^—t"' X The repairs include construction of a- lunchroom at Blackwatcr, work on And there's the little business | a Symnssium. and improvement..; at of arms. Why, yes. a general tells ! shild S F Grovc and Millisan Rl(| e=equip prevent rebuilding-. But when they drop an atom bomb they don't have lo return for ft long, long time. Congress, its important io equip! w - w - Po^er. superintendent, the French army in case of attack. •«'<> tlvlt Tom Steele Construction Of the utmost general says. importance, the And the Russians are probably Company at Manila had already started some construction at Brown, the school improvements talking about what an atom bomb; there included bi-lateral lighting, could do to Washington, or Paris, modem toilet facilities and drink- and they're probably talking about ing fountains. The work started last a plane like the B-3G that could [ Wednesday This .school i.s four carry the bomb overseas. mlie.s from Manila. Only a 5hort Mmey ngo they let | Mr. Fowler said that .seven of the loose a dazling pack of jet planes over Moscow, . But the sun is shining. Death seems far away. And the men and women, dressed for summer, stroll the streets. Life is like a tifjcr in their Wood, The-y hope it never is subdued. 30 mi ask for school purposes " would IH I used in [laying oil" the bonds. He indicated Ihat there would be* no .summer term ill Manila this, year, but that school would start October 24, and run through the lust Friday in June 1950. The I eachi tig staff is complete ^xrept for a band director and one no:uc economics. Work Under Way at Kurilcllc fj. W. Tipton. present president of thfc Fchtxil board, has announcer that he will seek re-election to tl boitrd HLi five-year term expires ihi.- yei] . The building program for .Manila last yc.M 1 included the erection of 11 leactjeragcs. L H. Au try, super intendcnt ol Miss America Says She Isn't Mad at Anybody PARIS, ica said Engineer Finds He Can't Fill Brassiere Job DETROIT, Aug. 13. W) — Note roin engincer-lumed-brassierc-de- slBiicr Charles Langs to the ladies ! body and she doesn't think he who have complaints about this new j father is really mad. at anybody product, "the rwste.s:" ' " If you've had to wait a long limn, it's because there are 30,000 unfilled orders ahead of yours and Langs doesn't know much about the bras- lierfi business. If your letters about, the delay ! one, realty, ami I know I'm not". weren't answered, ditto. I Miss A . tl mca-Bche Shopp i If you got one pink posy and i private life—will be 19 next Wed gvccn one. that's dviR to tt\e nish. j nesday. Posies, exphiined designer Langs i who would much rather stick to his \ , engineering business, r.rc the an- : swcr lo his wife's plea for a strapless means of getting a ^uoci ,sim- Aug. 13—</!>/—Miss Amer she isn't mad at any "I haven't talked lo him lately hut I sure hope he calls me Venice on the nth—its my birth day," said the Minnesota beaut; 'I don't think he's mad at any ")ictatorship ossibility Seen for U.S. NEW YORK, Aug. 13. M't —A efctidaiU in the Communist con- plracy trial said Thursday that a roletarmt dictatorship, like Rusia's ca»L happen here. The defendant, Robert G. Thomp- 011, New York state chairman of ho Communist Party, said a "peo- ile's coalition government" having ho "e.ssential content of the Soviet y^iem" Ls "a real possibility" in he United States. Such a government. Thompson aid, would eliminate exploitation, as has been the historic experience 30 years in the Soviet Union." Testifyinu about a report he in May, 10W, on the Conunu- Pany'.> educational prognim n New York State to the party's lanonal bcnnd. Thompson said he eporuid: "This broad coalitiim (of work- ng people) would try to establish tself as the elected government in he country and that this was •eal and existing possibility because he threat o! economic crisis, war and fascism had set the broad masses of the people in motion." Canny Journalist Makes Some Odd Weather Notes NEW YORK, Aug. 13. OPt —Ai enterprising reporter has dug ui some unusual data about New York City's heat wave that the weathe: bureau doesn't supply. While the official reading atop the Whitehall Building in lowe Manhattan stood at a record higr of 98.1 degrees Thursday the re porter went roving with a ther mo meter and recorded these tent' peratures: 103 degrees inside a policeman' shoes. 130 degrees on a tiled rooftop. 93 degrees in an air-conditionei elevator. 37 degrees in a plane 17.000 fee above the city. After a quick thuntlershower sen the official temperature down t* FIRE VICTIM'S BODY FLOWN OUT—Undertakers load the canvas wrapped body of a forest service fireman into a helicopter near Helena Mont. The unidentified fire fighter was one of 13 killed in a forest tire 26 miles from Helena. (AP wircptioto). Children Whose Fathers Died in War Awarded Scholarships for Education By Richard Kleiner , actively and energetically sou"h NKA Staff Correspondent ) cut the children of American wa NEW YORK —(NBAI— II your j dead who may be in need of aid ' father was killed in action during ! There are many such children World War II. and if you are ap- j MvKeimey points but. preaching college age, yon may! "We anticipate that during th' soon get a very important letter. i course or the next 20 years ther Tlie .cttcr will explain that an! will be 100.000 orphans of Worli organizition known as War Or- j War II. Not all of them will ncct phans Scholarships, Inc.. was created fo: the sole purpose of "aiding in the college or vocational education of children of these who sacrificed their lives for our country during ;he last war." It wi:i go on to tell yon that "these are gift scholarships, and no repayment ... is exacted or permuted." [ If you are interested In these I awards, you will write to the man who signed the letter. William E. .\fcKenney, who edits the bridge columns £or NKA Service. You will assistance, but the majority them '.vill. The first War Orphan Scholar ship was awarded in September , h £ s , E. enjoined by her Shopp of Hopkins. Minn., to slop talking t<> r«?[>orlcr.s for the of her 33-day sojourn in says i;et 'em all answered." Lain, tortcd. "Maybe you'd like to i , , , i over and start explaining lo th" Bnnleltc Schools, said ihat no i , vom en." Ijond issue would be presented to ' Hit- voters ill thai district, but a building program was started last yeiir ^nci r; of tlie 27 mills prcpo.s- cd ad valorem lax will be used to meet Hint debt. Two directors arc to be elected September 27. S. E. Sc t ravc.^ recently moved to Osccola and G. G, Smith's te.vm expires. Europe. „„ . , She has been quoted on manv They consist ol two cups with ad- I things - tallies. French bathing liesive aruimd the edges, and tiie | M ,ils. morals, and so oil-ami her en-Is just have to stick them on. j roller, who is in Minnesota. LaiiBS expected "n few do/en" ] 1( ,'. s been misquoted, orders when he launched his prod-I Reporters a . s kcd her today if she uct. But witlim weeks lie was gel- i thought she hud been misquoted Ing nOUOOO n week, he csiinmled. She tauRhr lt and replied: "! can't Langs (lien farmed out the pro- comment on that " duction work to two firms and hired •15 girls to mail out the orders. Even then there were slip-ups rin ! Refugees Protest the orders, not the posies. > Finally postal inspectors and Detroit's Better Business Bureau wanted to know why. "I could dictiite nil day and not Tax Stamp Chise/ers Object of Round-up UANGKOK (AP) — The Thai (Siitm) revenue dopailmenl is sending out secret, agents lo run down stamp mx evaders among businessmen who ;ire mulcting *he government of $1,000,000 a year. A revenue department official niasi ot the evasion Is done by . school vou'd like to attend, and how vou're fixed financially. Money Goes lo School That's all you'll have to do. Wai- Orphans Scholarships does the rest. They try to get scholarships from the schools themselves, and they have a SnOO scholarship they award to deserving youngsters. The money goes directly to to the school, not to the beneficiary. They inform the child of other aid available. j as some states liave enacted Uuvs j to help in such an educational proram. The organization doesn't class ts gifts as charity or philanthropy. 1^ I , . , . , 11.' J "^ siiio IA Lllrtl liy VH >JLLUiint[l[ m>y. ^"-"•--~nu.r^ .other to keep track o fthe firms'j To emphasize that viewpoint they actual transactions. Foreign as well : give C(u . h scholarship reclplellt a as thai busmen houses join in the . lnedal , 0 lh voimgslcr wlU rcanzt . practice, he added. [ th!u tne mollcy ns, about 400 refugees in ra».s tU'd in the o]jen before che re- ininistcr's hrmsR here. Thty de- SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER 144. to Jean Hubuard of Anapolis, • Md. She enter Washing« College, Chester-town, Md. Jean's father was Commander any E. Hubbavd, who was skipper tlie destroyer. USS Meredith, hen it was sunk in the Solomon slands area oi the Pacific on ft. 16. 1942. commander Hubbard ent down witlv his ship. Helped ZOO Children Up to the present time, the or- anlzalfon has helped some 200 lildren with their college and vo- ational school education. Realizing that the S500 scholar- nips, even if additional sums are ortheoming from the institutions, on't go very far, War Orphans cholarships is working on another 'impalgn. so that the children will ave pockel money, ey says, writes to his father for uch small sums as are needed for ooks, for laboratory fees, for other dds and ends. These youngsters ave no father to write "to, so the realization wants to set up a unrt to pinch-hit for the fathers. It will be called "Mv Dad's Fund." N E W Bo* Open* Week Oays 2:UU Matinee Salurda> & Sunday Sat.-Sun ] p.m i.'ont Shuwiu Manila, Ark. Shows eVEBV MCII1 Saturday 'IN OLDCAL1ENTE" with Ruy Rogers Also Shorts Saturday Owl Show "THE LODGER" with l.aird Cregar and Merle Oberon Also Shorts Sunday & Monday "TAP ROOTS" wilh Van HeMin Susan Hayward Also Shorts i .Miles Norlli ol Rljtheville Bos OITicc Opens at 6:45 Show Starts 7:30 : manrU'Ci immcfliittc and rrtT'verv of their rehabilitation abducted x\o- ! Thcve .sut on till the Minister Mo- COP CHAIRMAN — Guy Genrsc Gabriclsnn (above), of B«rnard.svitle, N'. J,, 5S-.venr- old lawyer-business man. is the new chairman of the Kcnublican National Commitlre. Young Pedestrian's Condition is "Fair" The condition of Bobby Smith. 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mi-s. R. lj. Smith. 700 North Sixth Strcfl who was hil by n truck m fronl of his Iionie 'I'hui.sclay uftcrnon. was listed n.s "fair" by attendants i at. Walls Hospital this morning. i Young Smith is suffering from serious head injuries received when : he \vas stfuck by a trailer truck I driven by T. C. Gee of Rives, Mo., when he attempted to cross Sixth Street (Highway on. Officers y.uc[ that, according ti> eye \ the accident was unavoidable. Snxona came cut and Langs would like to find a ropn- ! table rirm to take over his Iwisi- - evening shouting .slogans. They renew;. Then he hopes to go buck to ! fllsc<1 to hndge n HiC-Own kind of engineering, Negro Deaths Funeral services for D. C. Cole- nmn, 51. veteran ot World War I, will us conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday in the St. Paul Baptist Church by llic pastor, Rev. II. Boykill, liurial will be in tlie Mount /.inn Cemetery In charge of the Caston Pim- eral Home. Colcinnn died Wednesday in Kennedy . General Hospital ; in Memphis. He is survived by hi.' wife. Barbara Coleman. hL moUv Accident was Authentic DUKSSELDORF, Germany CAP) —Two policemen from Hilden near hanlal sured t'u'm of hi.s personal atten- i Iie:e Jell ofl their motor cycle. In lion. The July nuns had flooded -• ho>pita] they explained they had most ol their (nuirterr rendering \ been driving at about 20 miles an them homeless. | hour when a bicyclist suddenly | stopped in front of them and caus- «1 ll'c accident. Ni,l (,-,0,1 for ll,,-m | rlle IX) , ic( , cllier djrtn . t oelicvc a.skctl L\vo otbui" ' is an au-ard, not [ cli^i'ity. I Technically, the scholarships are I given to children who are not ac' tually orphans. War Orphans Scho- j larships defines an orphan, for i their pLirjioscs, as a child "who | Lost one parent in the armed serv- I ices of the united States. 11 j Seeks Candidates 1 "We do not wait [or candidates : to learn of our existence by hear' say," £ ays McKcnncy, the presi- Siilurday 'UNDER COLORADO SKIES" wilh >Ioii(e lliilc and Adrian Booth Also Shorts SPECIAL OWL SHOW instruments should not be ke,,t, tllvir stor "' Cnt "«" 1|f " h P«.I.ce,ncn-lo demonstrate that ; dent. "From the outset \vc have Rncyc loped \\\ ElnLnni fcsinous niatiiT as a corrosive. the ttoodj in t]lt sa , ne hospital now, with same sort ot injury. They are ; — two brother and ibrcr si.slers. all The United States has 251.000 r. of nivthcvill . miles of natural gas pipelines. NOTICE The Dairy Queen Store Will Be Open this Evening as Usual We regret the necessity of having to close yesterday evening, which was necessitated by the condition of our drive. However, this has been remedied and we will be open today and every day as usual. THE DAIRY QUEEN STORE DRIVE-IN THEATER MONDAY IS "BUCK NIGHT" FOR ALL DODGE OWNERS All Dodge Owners Admitted for Just $1 HEATRE QSCEOIA OUR FRIENDIY.THEATRE l!u\ OfTice Opens at 7 \Vrek \ighb Slvnw Starts at V.30 M'.linec Saturday A .Simda.v at 'i p.m. with continuous showing. Saturday "MARSHAL OF MESA CITY" George O'Brien Saturday iMidnighl Show 'THE BURNING CROSS" lliuiV. Daniel* Virginia 1'atton "LIGHTNIN 1 IN THE FOREST" w i t h ) ,y nrsc K obcr I s, Donald Barry, and \Y,inTii ])oiif;1;is Yrimi^siun 50c, Children Free • Anyone utlentlitig Hie List shovvinj; [>f the regular S.idiniay sliow will lie admitted FKKL to the special Owl Show. BLYTHEV1LLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. •aLurda> and Sunday: Cuntuiaota showing from 1:00 p.m. Saturday (DOUBLE FEATURE) "SOUTH OF THE CHISHOLM TRAIL" with Charles St^rrelt and Sniiley Burnett Sunday K Alnndav "THREE DARIN'G DAUGHTERS" with Jeancllc MacDonalil Jam: POM ell Jose Iturbi and Ethvard Arnold Rrrz THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday "THE FIGHTING GRINGO" nilh George rt'rlricn Cartoon A Serial Monday Night Feature THREE DARING DAUGHTERS Saturday Owl Show "BOWERY BUCKAROOS" with GoTccy ami The Side Kids Also Cartoon uitli JEANETTE MacDONALD JOSE 1TURBI JANE POWELL EDWARD ARNOLD 2 Miles North of Blythcvillc — Regular Admission 50c Box Office Opens at 6:45 — Show Starts ot 7:30 "CODE OF SCOTLAND YARD" will! Oscar Homoika, Derek Fair, aurt £ Muriel Pavlov ™ Serial "Son of (he Guardsman* Cliiiplcr II Also Cailuon Saturday Owl Show H p.m. "THE PRETENDER" with Allicrf Dekkcr anil Catherine CraijSerial: "Mysterious Mr. M" Chupter 10 Also Cnrlnon Oil) Bov Office Opens at 1:00 Slioo Starts at 7:39 Saturday Johnny .Mack Brown In "OVERLAND TRAILS' Serial: Chapter 10 of "THE LOST JUNGLE" Sunday. Monday & Tuesday LflOD FIELD CflREy HUSSH suiiivRn oflsiivn The GREAT Gatsby Saturday Midnight Show STARTS 10:45 i>..M. ^ "THE HUNTED" Preston Foster Belita Warner News and Comedy Sunday & Monday 'THE SEA OF GRASS" Spencer Tracy, Kitthrrine Hepburn Robert Walker Warner News Ar Serial: Chapter 11 of "BATMAN AND ROBIN-

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