China Seeks U.N. DISTRICT FAIR Aid to Stop Reds BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUBIE8 NEWS , Charges Ruuians Directing Far Eatt Invasion By Mai Rarrelaoa NIW YORK, Sept. 22. (ft— China called on the United Nations assembly today to act quickly to prevent . conununixm from engulfing China and the entire ?»r East. For the first time, China also charged that Rusaia. waa dlrectlna; the Chinese Communists. China's chief delegate. Dr. T. F Ttlaoc, told the 59 national delegations that the North Atlantic pact had halted the flow of communism across Europe, but there was no such barrier in the East . "The Chinese Communist Party,' he said, "is an integral part of the international communist movement. It U as fanatical as Communists elsewhere. Us propaganda is always in tune with Moscow propaganda. Its action Is always in step with Moscow's action." Tslung spoke less than 24 hours after.the Chinese Communists proclaimed at Pieping the establishment of a Communist Peoples Republic of China. Tsiang devoted almost his entire speech to an attack on communism. Then he made his appeal for help. "I ask the general assembly.' 'he said, "to ponder over the present situation in the Par East and the grave dangers to world peace am security. "I appeal to the General Assem bly to be brave enough to embrace (he vision of one Indivisible world ''and not to retreat to the false illusory security of half a world." Tsiang did not say whether his speech would be followed by formal charges against Russia, but this was the Impression left by his declaration. Continued From Pate On« named grand championship bull. Winning the reserve champion bull award was an entry by J, D. Hug- Bins of the French Broad Farmi, Bowling Green, Ky. other winners were to be announced later today by fair officials. Bbiy Day for 4-H Gr*-upt . In the crowded 4-H activity schedule today many events were taking place .simultaneously. A dress revue was under way in the this time Obituaries Mother of Blytheville Man Dies in Paragould Mrs. Emm* Rebecca Heaton. 80, of Paragould, mother of Tom Heaton of Blythevllle, died suddenly of » he»rf. attack at, her home in Paraaould this morning. Mr.- and Mrs. Tom Heaton left for paragould this morning to attend funeral service*. 8errie*» were incomplete at noon today but probably will be conducted in Pmrmgould. Tl>» -Randall L. Mitchell Funeral Home of Paragould U In charge. • • • Former Atkins Resident Diet in Leachville Clinic Women's Exhibit Building morning and at (he same stock judging contests were taking place in the park > few yards to the east. One group of 4-H boys was Judging cattle and swine, and other members v/ere comoelfng as Judges of dairy cattle. Farther east. In front of the grandstand, 4-H boys from 10 counties were engaged '. a tractor- driving contest, In a demonstration room set up In the grandstand structure llself. 4-H girls were competing In dairy and rice foods and dairy production event. A long list of Extension Service officials and specialists were on innd today to supervise and Judge he 4-H contests. From the Stale Extension Office n Little Rock came the following fficlals: Dewey S. Lantrip. former Mississippi County farm agent who now is slate 4-H agent: L. L. Rutlcdge, assistant stale 4-H agent; J. M Thomason. district extension agent: and Mrs. Hazel Jordan, district home demonstration agent. Specialists from the Little Rock Two unidentified men and a woman Conspiracy to Injun Radio Station Charge* 1 To Newspaper in Ohio WASHINGTON, Sept. M—<*,_ Th* government today filed a civil action charging the Lorain (Ohio) Journal Co., and four of its offietn with conspiracy to monopolise the spread or ne*j advertising and other Information. Attorney Genera McOrath announced the suit was filed in federal district court at Cleveland. He said it la the first case in which a newspaper hai been charged with conspiring to Injure a competing radio station. Police Seeking Owner* Of Two Stolen Bicycle* Chief of Polkf John Foster aald this mornlnr that two bicycles, boys' mode) «nd • ilrlV model, have be«n picked up by Blythevile police and are being held at the : City Hill for the owners. ! The girls' model was found three weeks ago on a. vacant lot In the lOflfl block on Hcarn Street and efforts to locate Its owner has failed The boys' model was found near the Ffrst Baptist Church on Wnt Walnut Street las! Sunday night. Owners may claim the bicycle.' by reportinz to City Hall and properly !d nlltylni them. Chief Tat- i ter said. I office who were conducting various events Included: the Lights on the f.Irground went off for a brief period last night when or C t l h ren J '° ad be " me to ° "™" Park * '""-'former at Walker Park and a fuse was blown. SWINE Prom ?Age one Continued O'Neal, 6. Junior Spring Sow Pig—ca id 2; O'Neal, 3 and <• vince, '• r Dam et ° f Sire ""I (three classes): Vincent ' 3; A "- J aerricei for Mrs. Matlie Hlea.Littleton, «, widow of Oscar Atkins'. .Arkansas, will at the St. Joseph As^ . ' God CTlurch. near Atkiiis at t pjn. tomorrow by the Rev. J. W: Harris, pastor. Mrs/Littleton died at i a.m. this morning: at the Ration Cinic in •Manila, where she had been a patient for the last few days. She died of pneivnonia. Mr*. Littleton had lived in Atkins all her Mfe until two months ago when she came to Manila to make her home with a daughter, Mrs. Le- Vada Keeling. She was born in Conway County. Survivors include three sons, Edward, Ernest and Ewell Littleton of Warden, Mo., and six daughters, Mrs. Ada Webb, Mrs. Sula Cothren and Mrs. Ethel Brock of Atkins, Mrs. Willie Children of RussellviHe, Mrs. Keeling of Manila, and Mrs] Marie Dedman of Pine Bluff. The Cobb Funeral Home of Blytheville is in charge of arrangements. Burial will be in the St. Joseph Church Cemetery. Leachville Child Buried Graveside services for the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas A. lAreless of Leachvllle, were con- dueled at Memorial Park Cemetery | si 10 a.m. today. The child was dead I »t birth in the Baptist Hospital in j _ . Memphis, Tuesday night. The Holt ° e "'°r Yearling Sow—Jones, Funeral Home was in charge of ar- I I 01 " 01 ^ pi K-Jone.i. 1. rangemcnts. -cnior Spring Gilt— Jones 1 Junior Sprins Gill—Peoples' i George Washington's cabinet was \\' 0 nJ°"^'J ^"1 3 composed of secretaries of Slate > P.ori I™ ? n Qf sira aml Treasury and War 1 V odllcc nf Dam ""rcc classes I Jones, ] mi,) 3 . p ceu]e5 2 . Earl Rambo, englneerir- specialist. In charge of (he tractor-driving contest: Miss Sue Marshall, clothes specialist, conducting the dress revue: M. W. Muldrow. extension animal hrsbandman, supervising livestock fudging: Leon Holly, dairy specialist. In charge of dairy cattle Judging; Howard o. Ford, meats specialist, conducting swine Judging events: Wheeler R. Perkins, agronomist. assisting with traclor driving contest. Mrs. Verna Dodd. foods specialist, supervising 4-H girls' food preparation events: «nd Miss Minnie Bell, home management sneciafel, assisting with food contests. Also supervising the s "events were officials of the Blythevllle and Osceola county agents' offices— County Agent Keith J. Bllbrey of Blvthe- vllle. Coraty Agent D. V. Maloch of Osceola and Mrs. Gertrude B. Holiman of Blythevllle. county home demonstration agent In other fair events. Judging In the Swine Department was com»*.? nd the '"" llst of winners n til divisions was to be announced late today. The 'annual Mbbtt show was la be judged today. This year, the rab- H ! F° W h " twe . n «t "P '" » room o« the grandstand entrvway because of crowded conditions on the fairgrounds. Approximately 130 rab- Hospital "Buyer's" Check Bounces And Georgian Lands in County Jail HOT SPRINGS, Ark . Sept, 22. M>)+. —-A man who went to Mt. Ida, Ark with the announced intention of buying a hospital was held today on a charge of oblalning $200 under false pretenses. Garland County Prosecutor Julian Glover told this slory: The man showed up in Mt. Ida. In nearby Montgomery County, Monday, representing hlinsell as Dr. Hnrold'Kramer, 53, of Lyons Georgia. to mined he hod taken a harmless vitamin. Kramer then was transferred the Garland County jail. Glover said ^he prisoner would be held for possible Investigation by federal authorities. The prosecutor said Kramer, who claims he legally changed his name from Pixley, served a - or two check charges. — 0 .«. _ - prison sen- He began negotiations to pur-I tC " Ce '" Gcol '8' a a»d was wanted chase the hospital, completed only '" °" c ,°f ^™ othc r stales on bad recently for $00,000. A Mt. Ida bank drew up a draft tor that amount on a Lyons bank. In the meantime. Kramer, who Glover said was discharged from the Army dishonorably after World War I ns Raymond Pixley. asked Ihe Mt. Ida bank to cash a check for »200. This was done, but the bank decided to check up on the man and called the Lyons bank, which reported It had never heard of Kramer. Kramer—or Pixley—was arrested and the J200 was recovered. Last night Kramer summoned the Montgomery County jailer and (old of taklns poison. Kramer was taken Heads Rubber Union TORONTO. Sept. 22. (AP)-The. United.Rubber Workers of America <CIO) rcelected L. s. Buckmaster of Akron. Ohio, today M H , president for 1950. Prince Albert of England corn- pmed 50n B s . church music and in opera. _ to the Army and Navy Hospital in r of high mountain peaks than any Hot Springs, where it was deter- Six Men Ate Injured In Gasoline Plant Blast BORGER, Tex.. Sent. 11. Wj— Fire which followed i terrific explosion In the Phillips Petroleum Company's gasoline plant here burned Itself out early today. ' Sijt men received minor injuries in the blast which occurred late yesterday afternoon, it wa« followed by fire in two catalytic units and two propane gas tanks. Erwin Glasgow, assistant district superintendent for Phillip*, said it would be Impossible to estimate damage for three or four days. First unofficial reports damage at about . estimated 1 1.000, 000 the but ., u Glasgow sniri he thought It would be considerably less. Joiner Cafe Operator Is Injured in Accident James H. Cabenes*. 41, Joiner cafe operator, is in Methodist Hospital In X'cmphis today suffering from injuries received yesterday tn a traffic accident near Joiner. Mr. Cabeness Is suffering from scalp lacerations and slight con-1 cusslon. "is condition was reported as satisfactory by hospital attendants at noon today. According 'o reports of the acci dent. » truck driven by Mr. Cab. ancss. crashed into the rear of another truck driven by Buster Wilson, Negro, of Joiner. Mr. Cab- anesv the report jafd, waj blindet by the sun and did not tee th other (ruck. Mr. Cabanf.w operates the Drive Breeder Feeder'Litter-O'Neal I- Vincent, 2; Autry. 3: O'Neal, 4. Hampshlrps Following are the results bv olass- . ' .'" Hampshire judging- "(figure indicates place wonl • v "K u 'e Junior Yearling Boar-Jones. 1- me Gene Friend of Lllbourn, Mo.. Junior SPd " g BMr P 'S- J nn«. I- and 4: Peeplcs. 2 and 3. Mature sow—Jones, 1. Junior Yearling Sow—Frionrf •• ones 2; Sonny Moore of 1 Frigidaire WATER HEATER • Plenty of clean, hot witcr always on «p with i Frigidaire Electric Water Heater, tt'i low-cost, clean, safe, dcpcndable- ind completely automitic! $unnj . . . provocative as its name'. . i Winter Wheat brings bright blend to fall's gentle hues in wools and rwe«d«. Where foil, pllrs , le , he ntw ?m] ,|| w them ... see WHV Fashion Academj, which each year names America's Ten Best-DresseJ \V 0 men, names Fortune* (he Fashion Shoe of (he i'car! »6.95 to $7.95, most aiyles. II ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. Inc. Deportment In Connection 206-M W. Moin a " I %- ^^•Z^WtJi, ^^ >±<«~U#L, BarneysFriendly Shoes of Expcrt Shoe F '««ng" . 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