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PAGE BIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER KEW8 Eight MIGs Hit As Reds Swoop From Sanctuary Seventh-Day Dogfight S«M Allied J«to, Bomber* Horn* Safe U.S. EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, Oct. rt. (fly- .Eight Russian-made MIGs were damaged today In a thunderous Jet plane dogfight over Northwest Karen u they failed to stop an Allied bomb strike on bridge and rail Jin«. It wu th» seventh straight day the Communist Jets whooshed out of their Manchurian sanctuary to challenge the air might of the United Nations in Ih'e Korean War. , On the ground. Communist night ft&aultc Irt the east and west were repulsed In fierce fighting. In the center of the battle line Allied Infantrymen slogged forward and secured a key hill mass southeast, of Kumsong, battered onetime Communist stronghold. In the latest air battle Allied pilot* for the first time in montlis had an edge In numbers. The 112 Allied jeti and eight Okinawa based B-3B» were challenged by 105 MIGs over Sinanju. Th« Fifth Air Forct said all Jet planes returned to their bases. Far East Headquarters In Tokyo announced that one B-29 landed with battle damage at a Korean air base. The- Air Perot said the medium bomber* h»d to fight their way through "a heavy and determined" attack by the MIOs to reach their target—a rail bridge at Sinanju. .. Th« 1,930-foot span It a key link In the Reds', north-south supply rout*. It was cut in five places 11 days tgo but the Communists already had put it back In operation. Results o! the strike were not announced. The bombers were escorted by FW Sabre JeU, F-B4 Thunderjets and Australian piloted Meteors. Th« M Thunderjets In the attack reported they damaged six en- why planw. The 33 Sabre jets eialmed one damaged. The 16 Met•ors accounted for the other dom- ayed MJO. During the night Iwo Commu- niit battalion slat attacks were •topped northwest of Yanggu on th« (wtern front, the Eighth Army communique said. Ctae patrol raided Kumsong while • UJf. force secured what the Hghth array'called a key hill mass southeast of the rubbled city. Allied tone* lost two tanks and had thw« damaged at Kumsong Friday -when the force was hit by heavy mortar Hie, mines and ban- talom torpedoes. The Friday night assault by the anwny northwest of Yonchon foj- lowwl a day of fierce fighting in VhK* upwards of 1,000 screaming, bu»ta blowing Reds were beaten ba;k in two attacks. Tbt Red's daytime, attack was supported by artillery. Tools to Curb Inflation Not Enough-Truman WASHINGTON, Oct. fj. (AP) — President Truman said today that "the tool*. Congress has given us, to curb inflation are not good enough to do the job ai It should be done. But he ^ pledged his administration to do "Its best" with the tools at hand. Mr. Truman's latest attack on the price control law was In a speech prepared for the dedication of a small triangular parkway here to the memory of Samuel Gompers, pioneer American labor leader. TB Seal Sales To Start Nov. 11 , >ir«. O. Q. Redman, executive wcretary of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, said this morning that the "kickoff" meeting' for the personal solicitation ph»w of the 1851 Christmas Seal campaign in Blytheviile would be held at the First Christian Church «t 1:30 p.m. Nov. 11. It was originally reported that the meeting would be a breakfast. WARBRIM (Continued from Page 1) Ing out details lor weeks. Mrs. Looney and son, Billy, leave for New York Monday. There she will spend a few days with a former Warwick neighbor, also the wife of an American. She will sail on the S. S. Liberty Nov. 2 and is to arrive in Plymouth. England, seven days later. She will spend two days there with friends and will meet, her mother, who will be seeing her grandson for the first time. In London. Mr.s. Looney and her son are due to return to Osreola Dec. 14. Earthquake Hit* Chile SANTIAGO, Chile, Oct. 27 (!Pl— A strong earthquake was felt here- at 2:30 urn. <i;30 a.m. EST) today. There wajs no immediate report of damage or casualties. YUGOSLAVIA (Continued from Page 1) her Communist neighbors. That, the Yugoslavs said, wax nearly one- third of the total incidents since the June, 1948 break with Russia. More significantly, the report said recent border Incidents had changed character. Where they used to be clashes between individual frontier guards, the Yugoslavs said they now often encounter scouting expeditions by strong military par- tics. Russian instructors are reported training increased and re-armed Bulgarian and Homanlan forces. Meantime, ,radlo propaganda appeals from Russia and her satellites for revolt against Tito Increase In number and bitterness. Last June 8, Yugoslav Foreign Minister Edward KardclJ told a Yugoslav parliamentary committee In Belgrade Yugoslavia expects to get arms from tlie west to keep the country from .becoming a "new Ko rea." Shortly thereafter, Col. Gen. Koca Popovic, Tito's Army Chief of Staff, arrived in the United States, openly seeking arms. He made a formal request June 28, presenting his list of what the country's 30- odd divisions need to face the hostile Communist ring nronnd It. Last week, Gen. J. Lawton Collins, VS. Army Chief or Stnll, returned Popovlc's visit, spending two day» with Tito. According to official* who reported the arms agreement Collins smoothed out the big snag In the proposed agreement^-the U. 8. requirement that an American military mission be allowed into Yugoslavia to see that the arms are used satisfactorily to the United States. Tito reportedly had balked at this, arguing that U. S. officers roaming indiscriminately over his country would be used by his Communist enemies to support their propaganda claim that Yugoslavia had become a tool of the west, Collins was said to have assured T'to the mission need not rove at will. Just what arrangements were made were not reported. Gen. John W. Harmony, now U 8. military attache in Rome, was said by informants to have been named as head of the proposec mission. It wns understood Yugoslavia wu" 'get arms aid as a gift, out of the 15,000,000,000 set aside in the recently . approved foreign military nnd economic aid bill for mllitarj help to Europe. Yugoslavia was no specifically named In the bill, but provision was mnde for Preslden Truman to use pnrt of the funds for any nation whose security he deems necessary to this country. The Defense Department announced June 30 that a shipment, of small arms had been sent to Yugoslavia, a token of bigger aid to come. Obituaries JOINS TRUCE TEAM—MaJ.- Gcn. Howard M. Turner of Avoca, la., above, has been named to succeed Maj.-Gcn. Laurence C. Craigie as a United Nations Command delegate to the Korean truce negotiations. General Turner has been com- mnnder of the 13th Air Force nml the Philippines Command. General Craigie will assume new duties at USAF headquarters in Washington Doctor Missing After Baby Sitter Takes Money NAHANT, Mass.. Oct. 27. (AP) — A stade-wide search was on toda; for Dr. Albert Covner, from whose home three baby-sitters took $18,'000 and went on a New York spending spree Inst week. Mrs. Covner told, police her husband closed his Lynn office at noon yesterday nnd failed to return home The three baby-sitters—Roberta McCaulcy, IS, Eileen Jeffrey, 11 and Marilyn Curry, 16—were arrested In New York. .«y ndmitted taking the money and told police they spent $3,000 on fine clothe and were outwitted out of the re. matnlng (15,000 by three "sharpies. 1 Iranian Oil Specialist Comes To Washington i NEW YORK, Oct. 27. <AP)_An I.'aiiian government oil specialls arrived from Teheran today on summons by Premier Mohnmmec Mossadegh and said his trip mlgh Indicate a chance lor settlement o Irnn's oil dispute with Britain. Kazem Hitsslbi, Iran's special Un dersecretary of Finance for oil, sale Mossadegh had called him to Wash Ington. "My presence here Is some Indlca lion that there might be a chanc for a settlement." Hassibi told re porters as he stepped from a plane Willie A. Bowers Dies; Services To Be Tom r row Services for Willie Alvin Bowers, 58, Dell farmer, will be concluded at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow In the Dell Baptist Church by the Rev. A. M. Houston, assisted by Ihe Uev. M. R. Griffin. ' Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery with Cobb Funeral Home In charge. Mr. Bowers died at his home In Doll yesterday following a two year il'ncss. He was born In Salem. Mo., and hnd lived l:i flic Dell vicinity for about 14 years. He Is survived by his wife. Mrs Mnry nowers of Dell; four daughters, Mrs. Vlrglc Trlpp and Mrs Louis O'Brien of St. Louis. Mrs, Bernlce Black of Farminglon, Mo, and Mrs. Homer Porter of Pine Bluff; two sons, Robert Eugene Bowers and Waylen Bowers of Bly- theviile; five brothers, Jess Bowers of St. Louis, Elmer Bowers of Salem. Cobe Bowers and Howard Bowers ol Dell and Jake Bowers of Liixorn; nnri one sister, Miss EffJe Bowers of Salem. Pallbearers will be Virgie Trlpp Louis O'Brien. Bnrnicc Black, Ho. mcr Porter, E. H. Pruitt and Cccl Bowers. * • • Antonia Molina Feuntes Dies at Gosnell Home Commodity And Stock i Markets- New York Cotton High Low Close Dec Men May July Ocl . 3187 . 3164 . 3T«2 . 36B8 . 35W 3163 3137 3116 Wte 3540 3168 3145 3T23 3613 3550 New York Stocks Closing Quotations: AT&T 156 Amer Tobaccb 621-21 Anaconda Copper 46 1-8 Beth Steel 515-8 Chrysler 691-8 Arkansas News Briefs— Police Ordered Disciplined in Little Rock IT The AMaeUUd Prtsft LITTLE ROCK—The Little Rock Civil Service Commission has ordered Police Chief Marvin Potts to discipline a lieutenant and two policemen. The courier! ordered the action after investigation a complaint by Milton Martin, Little Rock businessman, that he had been arrested without Justification. Martin added that the officers were abusive. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, Coca-Cola 102 Qcn Electric / 54 Gen Motors 491-3 Montgomery Ward 68 5-8 N Y Central 11 1-8 Int Harvester 33 1-8 No. Am. Aviation 16 Republic Steel 411-8 Radio 21 1-2 Socony Vacuum 33 1-4 State Librarians fleet MTTLE ROCK — Miss Gladys Sachse of Arkansas state Teachers College, Conn-ay. ha« been elected president of the Arkansas Library Association. The organization closed its annual convention here yesterday. Studebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp , Sears U S Steel ...., Southern Pacific 28 7-8 66 3-4 53 54 3-4 41 59 3-4 N. O. Cotton Hospital Head Resigns HOT SPRINGS—J. Albert Robinson or San Pedro, Cali(.. has re- sljnel as president of the executive board of the Leo N. Lcvi Memorial Hospital here. The board, meeting here yesterday, accepted Robinson's resignation. He gave 111 health as his reason for leaving the post he had held since Oct. S, 1950. Dec Men May July Oct High Low Close . 3182 3767 3763 . 3761 3739 3743 .3742 3720 3723 . 3689 3669 3671 . 3563 3548 3548B Antonia Molina Feuntes, Gosnel housewife, died at her home in Gosnell yesterday following a short illness. Funeral arrangements were In complete today but Cobb Funera Home is In charge. Born in Yorktovn, Tex., she moved to Gosnell with her family six months ago. Surviving are her husband, Ma- carlo Fuentes; two sons Bernardo and Rene Feuntes. all of Gosnell, • A „,, . _,, . and six brothers and lour sisters. ai \t h » «° » a - y J? oklahoml while Scott and others continue POLITICS BRITISH o maintain they have no doubts hst Elsenhower will become avail- ible for the Republican nomina- lon. Senator Duff (R-Pa) may ourncy to the general's Paris headquarters soon to see if he can't get little more light on the situation 2- ta ^r=S &£-£ oT^raSlSS: (Continued from Page 1) Plumbers Told Of License Date Mississippi County plumbers were warned today that they have only until Nov. 1 to obtain licenses. Sam Dickey, county sanitary engineer, pointed out that under an act of this year's Stale Legislature, plumbers nre required to be licensed. Application, he said, should be macte to H. L. Taylor, plumbing Division, State Bureau of Health. Little Rock. Egypt's claims on the vital SuezCa- nai, strained relations with the Soviet Union, and establishing closer relations with the United States. Many political observers in London expect one of his first acts to be R flight to Washington to review policies of the English speaking nations. Changes in the pattern of domestic economy and modifying the economic actions of the Socialist government are expected to be put forward more slowly. If Churchill runs Into heavy weather in the House, he has two remedies for his smnll majority. He can attempt to make a deal with the five Liberals elected to the House. Most are right wingers who might work with the Tories. • He also could carry out his party's pledge to restore 12 house seats to the universities. These scats were abolished by the Lntfor government in a redistrlcting act, passed during its first postwar term of office, on the ground they allowed professors and University graduates two votes —one where they lived and one for the university member. Winners of these seats were predominantly Conservative, or right winz independents. It Churchill restores the seals, they might give COMING SOON! NEW THEATER Manila, Ark, TIPTON e, Ark. NEW Caraway, Ark. Read Courier News classified Ads NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 Princess Resumes Tour VANCOUVER, B.C.. Oct. 27 H>,— Rested and refreshed after a two- day sojourn In a swank British Columbia lodge. Princess Elizabeth and Philip. Duke of Edinburgh, were retracing their route across Canada today. Saturday 'Renegades Of Sonora" Allan "Rocky" Lane Sat. Owl Show "Going to Town" Lum & Ahner Sunday & Monday "Go For Broke" Johnson Tuesday "Chain Of Circumstances" Richard Grevson RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday "Wonder Of Wastelands" .lames Warren Also Cartoon & Serial COTTON BOLL Sat. Owl Show "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man" llona Masscy • Lon Chancy Sun.-Mon.-Tucs. BESTofTHS BADM EN L iHCHBBEm.Wlimf.STW »;* turn tiiitll • nil mm imimniun Color hy Technicolor Also News & Shorts Tonight Ov.ly Family Nile $1.00 Per Carload Two Action Hits! John Howard in "K\pcriincnl Alcalra/." & Zanc Greys "Sunset I'ass"* with .lames Warren —Plus Cartoon— Sunclny & Monday Child of the Devil FAITH DOMERGUE Plus Cartoon And 'Men of Ihe Shooting Stars' (Continued from Page 1) Gambling 'On Again' HOT SPRINGS—This city's "on ngafn, off again" gambling Is on again. Informed sources said horse race bookmakers were active and at least one casino was operating. -«^.M V j me u»i.y ui inewpuiu Gambling shut down during the I Pulaski Circuit Judge Guy Amsler three week visit here ol New York yesterday refused to granl a new gambler Prank Costello—just why trial on his reversal of an Arkansas wasn't clear—but has opened up Public Service. Com mission decision, again following Costello's return to The commission had ruled that the New York this week. New Power Trial Denied LITTLE ROCK — A rural electric co-operative has been denied a new- trial in ita attempt to retain customers it once served In areas annexed by the city of Newport. nnower-rooter, as well as by one lacking the general. Negro Deaths ftitw to Be Tomorrow For John H. Potts, Sr. Services for John Henry Potts, Sr,, 54, who died »t his home in the Double Bridges Community Thursday, will be conducted at 1 pm, tomorrow at Home Funeral Home Chapel by R«v. Abe Walker. Burial win be in Sandy Ridge Cemetery. Survivors include three sons, L. C. Potts, Clarence Potts and John Henry Potts, Jr., all of Blytheville; a daughter, Ira Lee Ford of Bly- theviile; and three brothers, Emmelt. Polts of Memphis and Dave Potts and Robert Potts, both of Blytheviile. Argentina, West Germany Sign Trade Agreement BUENOS AIRES, Oct. 27 <_#) — Argentina and West Germany signed a »308,000.000 trade pact last night in the Argentine Foreign Office, The agreement is in addition to the commerce and payments treaty the two countries signed July 31, 1950. Farmers' Electric Co-operative of Newport under a 1938 DCS authorization, was entitled to serve customers in two areas annexed by the city. With th« Courts Divorces gnated: ' Etter Mat OrlgK and Alfre4 Grlggs. • Loniiie Hill and Gwendolyn 8ha. neyfelt Mill. Playgrounds for the Kiddie* Show Start* 7:00 p.m. Saturday NITt • ' X f-VOM Uft AMO OCCUMNTC . ONE- BUCK! (AMU«IDV-AU....) AKM.UMMNL.AGKAT SAVWCSH Double Feature —Plus— SUNDAY & MONDAY Continuous Showing from 2 p.m. him the cushion he needs against sudden overthrow. The smallness of the Conservative majority may also compel Churchill to make party reforms demanded by younger Tories who have displayed ability and promise In service on the back benches In the House of Commons. These younger Conservatives, avenging about 40 years of age have been Insisting that the party do something to free itself from the label of being the party of big bus Iness and entrenched privilege. They Insist it must show it is as much a party of the working man as the aristocrat and tycoon; and that 11 must form a cohesive union of Britons from plowman to peer. One of these younger Tories told newsmen recently: "Right now we have too many 'Colonel Blimps' in the party hierarchy whose ideas of party policies are as outdated as the first steam engine. They don't seem to realize—or don't want to realize—that we are living In the! 20th Century. "We're going to have to cut ourselves loose from the 'Blimp' type of thinking and doing." |. »H,i,KaiU[iS WANT ADS mi BWi ire. CONTACT — Tfce Right P«opJ« tor That Job Ad* placed before 9 a.m. will appear iam« day. All classified adv«rtiting payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS 'incident JANEFRAZEE p 3 Slooge Comedy -Popeye Cartoon Invisible Monster Serial Sunday & Monday Blytheviile First Showing 2 Color Cartoons MOX Phone 46; I Show SUtU ,51'eekdi.TS 7:00 Sal.-Sun. 1:00 Always a Double Feature Saturday 'Sundown in Santa Fe" With Allan "Rocky" Lane Also Cartoon Batman with Robin Serial Sat. Owl Show Starts 11:30 cubmcinne 3Cf_ *-^nsur>»-="—j . Also Cartoon Cody of th,e Pony Express Serial Sunday & Monday "AMERICAN wi GUERRIUAV m «|« bf^ MMM^ I'M | w ww ™***rmm /*+ —And— - ICTOND THE IORDER Also Cartoon Lulest New*

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