The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1951 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER lz, BLYTHEYH.LK (ARK.) COURIER NEffl Russia Says Italy Must Leave NATO *^ • . ^^. • • Soviet Outlines Way to Alter Peace Treaty MOSCOW, Oct. 12. IF, — Russia announced last night that Italy must quit the Atlantic Alliance and bar foreign military forces from her soil before the Soviets will agree to revision of the Italian peace treaty A Russian note to the Big Three Western powers also set a second condition lor Russian agreement to the treaty revision and Italy's admission to the United Nations. The United Stales, Britain, and France —said the Soviets—must similarly agree to peace treaty revisions and UN. membership for Bulgaria Hungary. Romania and Finland. Western diplomats here predicted today that, in view of the Soviet stand, the Westerners now will press ahead with their plans to edit arms restrictions from the Italian treaty without Russian agreement. Res<-n!men( Expected They forecast that such western action would create resentment here and that the Russians prob- ahly would seek some sort of retaliation. The diplomats expressed these conclusions after studying a Russian not* which Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky handed, without discussion or comment, to charges L d'atfalrs for the ihree big Western powers. The Russian communication was In reply to a three-power western declaration of Sept. 26 proposing revision of the Italian treaty and Italy's acceptance into the V N. Official Position Stated The reply set forth for the first time Russia's official position on the Western plan to let Italy Increase her arms and armed forcej beyond the lightly-gunned 300,000- man limit imposed by the 1947 treaty. The Russian note laid Russia could Join in cutting arms limiting clauses out of the Italian treaty "only in case Italy leaves the aggressive North Atlantic bloc and docs not permit military bases and irrned forces of foreign nations on Its territory." (The Atlantic Pact nations established southern European headquarters at Naples last June under VS. Adm. Robert B. Carney, who also commands the big American Sixth Fleet operating in the Mediterranean and headquartered at Naples.) Etowah Boy Flies Between Home and Arkansas State College for Each Day's Classwork Fushim, Manchuria, has two Japanese-built shale oil extraction |)!ants. JOKESBORO, W>j— How's this for being modern? Bob McGlnnis commutes between his home and college by plane. He lias a pilot's license, but he doesn't yet have a permit to drive an automobile. Bob, a sophomore at Arkansas btale college here, resides on » farm at Etowah. 40 miles from Jonesboro. In order to go to school and still be of considerable help around the farm, he flies a daily roundtrip— and lie makes it to ,-lass and back in less time than do many students living off the campus in Jonesixno. Not only does Bob fly to and from school, he has his 'choice of two planes. We Won't Drive Even though he expects to get his automobile driver's license shortly, he has no intention ol motoring between farm and college Trawl by air," says Bob "is safer, faster ami more thrillina." If he arises early enough, he flies his Cub plane and travel time f« about 25 minutes. If Dob Is running a bit late for his 8 o'clock cla«s he hops into a Cessna and lands In the college's cow pasture In about 15 minutes. Girls Ulte Bob Bob fs popular with the girl. Cms Saturday recently, he took 45 coeds for aerial spins— one at a time Incidentally, the young aviator considers girls better filers than men because "they are more cool-headed-" He has been flying for nearly two years and had his first mishap a —AF Photo STUDKNT-Bob McGlnnis, a licensed pilot prepares to '« <='«<• at Arkansas Slate college, Jonesboro, after a flight from ™ into a cotton patch. Bob escaped "*'"* lnachinc - °" Sundays, hit often takes coeds for a spin. Incidentally injury and the ship was repaired McG1 " n 's doesn't have an automobile driver's license yet but he hones ~"""y. ' to get one soon. , Anti-Trust Chief Says Independent Aluminum Firms Should Act Now WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. <AP) — The Justice Department's anti-trust chief said today that now is the time to get independents launched in the aluminum production field and that the government should provide all assistance possible to that end. "This is the golden opportunity to get some compeuuon, while the defense program is in full swing " Assistant Attorney General H.' Ora- riam Morison told a reporter, "the opportunity may not occur again." . Morison, who heads the anil-trust dlvsion, asserted that 80 per cent, of the contracts for aluminum procurement In th» current program have gone to "the big three"-Alcoa Kaiser and Reynolds. He added: "Ths other 20 per cent should go to independents." Morison disclosed he had given official opinion along- those lines to Secretary of the Interior Chapman who organized the aluminum program, and the Defense Material Doolittle Loses Bid For Arkansas Divorce HOT SPRINGS. Oct. 12. OP,—The son of famed Gen. James H Doo- HU!e has .lost his bid for an Arkansas divorce on the ground that he is not a bona fide resident of the state. MaJ. James H. Doolittle Jr.'s suit for a divorce .from Blva Savaee Doolittle was dismissed by Chancellor Sam Oarratt here. Brass Arriving For Atom Test At Las Vegas LAS VEOAS, Nev.. Oct. 12. i/l'j_ The big brass is beginning u> arrive for the Desert Hock atomic exercise, stated for early next week Two Atomic Energy Commission chieftains—Carroll L. Tyler, sania Pe. N.M., project manager, and Dr Alvin O. Graves, test director—Hew In last night to set up final ar _ rangemente for the first atomic testing of troops III the field. Military aircraft traffic was reported the heaviest In the history of McCarran F:c!d, as observers rrom the Air Force. Navy and Marines began arriving to augment the nearly 5,000 Army troops already on hand. PAGE NIK! Billy Rojt Locked Out Of New York Apartment NEW YORK. Oct. 11. fypj—BhOW- man Billy Rote was locked out of his fashionable town house yesterday following an estrangement from' his wife, 37-year-old Eleanor Holm. The whole affair may lead to divorce court proceedings, according to Miss Holm's attorney. Picture of Blytrteyillc Girl Wins Contest Prize A picture of Joy Skaller, a dieted In a nurse's uniform won a prize in a national contest sponsored by a drug manufacturing company the little miss and her parents Dr and .Mrs. Rf. L. Skaller of Blythevillc were notified yesterday. The picture, taken by Dr Sknl- ler. was entered m (he contest early In the summer. A letter telling of the judges decision said her picture and a statement of her qualifications—clmrac- |er, devotion to duty, and love of humanity-were "close to the Idi-als of American nurses." The company Bauer and Black, congratulated the Blythevllle winner as being "one of n fe»- hundred, selected from many many thousands entered." G/ussfe/oweri Inflate Income in Germany KAUFBEUREN. Germany IIP, The famous Oablonz glassblowors expelled from Czechoslovakia aller he war. have become Bavaria's largest dollar earners Hundred* of then.' settled nsar here in 1915 despite local opposition because . they were an economic hablhty and mads the housing shortage worse. ; Today (he exports o[ the glassblowers I, valued at 55 million annually. They Bre |he ljfth la dollar.earning group In West Ocr- matiy. Read Courier New. AdJ Procurement Agency, which i« now handling it. Bcfra -Brewed to be te-ftee! nofanweh.. c«<ljr , xtr * ,, t f,, „ diminat. unfertnented sugar. There'» na sivect»f,t in 5fag to hide true beer flavor. n^ bitter.. itnoothnes.- brtu* e »t biuerne*.. There's no unpleasant after MS« - just true b*er refreshment make, Stag so sparkling clear, to mellow and light- so completely satisfying, as a truly J, y b« r nulst be. / • Most folks agree that Stag Ivies belter than my other h eer . So why don't you "ijoy Stag's can't-rx-copied smooth dry flavor, too? „ IKE'S "HANDSHAKE"-Cen Dwight D Eisenhower £hf n'^Hs c'e^T !° f ", ncl> GM Mph °™ Pi <"< •"" llgnt. in 1.iris General Jum has taken command ol Centra Liiropc Sci-lor land forces umle, Elsenhower's SHAPE Supreme Hoadq.Mrtorj. Allied Pavers. Europe (Photo by NEA Acme Staff I'hotOBlapher Ilobert Delvac.) YOUR WHEELS Should He BALANCED • Whenever you chanj* or rotate llrw. Langsron-McWat«n Uuick Company Walnut ft Hroartwar—-24 Ho«r Service Straight and True From Ol' Kdjhtuck The changing years huva i-~5^.T-—brought no sounder whiskey. ^r--^:. \« You may plate equal Inisl iti'evcry drink from every holtta from every barrel because it is S |jll naturally made mellowed ami bottled by us in Iha same genuine sour mash way. Distributed by MOON DISTRIBUTING CO.—Little Rock, Ark. ..„ STITZEL-WEUER DISTILLERY, EST. LOUJSVIUI, KENTUCKY 1M9 Puppies or Guppies ? Some prefer pupa, olhcrs fancy fish ... many caler lo cals! lie that as it may, most Americans own some sort of pet! T here's something elso most Americani own: lliis country's business-managed electric light and power companies! Several ; Ilion—from every walk of life—arc, direct owners of these companies' securities. Anrl »<»me 75,000,000 are intlirecl owners — through Ihcir life insurance and savings accounts! > on sec, when hanks and insurance companies .icccnt your money, llicy must invest ii tritely. Thai's ^shy much of it goes into electric light and power companies. These companies ilia! serve nearly everybody are owned liy nearly everybody. What nfiecU them, allecls ynu! • "MEET CORLISS ARCIir.R" for delightful eamrdy SuncUjs-CBS-* P.M., On.ral Tlm». Ark-Mo Power Co.

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