The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1951 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 1, 1951
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, NOTEMBSR 1, Mif Barbecue Meet Set to Help Send Truman r Home r . Dixie Democrats Ready to Caucus On Campaign Plan •ELMA, Ala., Nov. 1. <jp\— An old- fashioned southern barbecue and a spe«ch by Senator Byrd (D-Va) set the stage today lor a caucus of Dixie Democrats who hope to see President Truman retired to private life in 1962. Big-name leadership was virtually non-existent, but Alabama state Rep. Walter C. Givhan, who arranged the anti-Tniman rally, said It would proceed "on schedule." Renewal Expected The barbecue and Byrd's expected renewal of his sharp attack on administration policies highlighted the program for the annual meeting of the Dallas County tSelma) Farm Bureau. While the Farm Bureau meeting bore a strict "no politics" label and had no connection with Hie party get-together called for later in the day, it was Byrd's appearance nevertheless that led to the idea ol an anti-Truman conference. Many Are Expected Sponsors said -several thousand Southerners Irom Alabama and neighboring states indicated they i' would come here for the Virginia senator's address, and -their presence would make a 1952 election strategy meeting possible. Arrangements were made to feed 6,000 at the barbecue. Byrd himself planned to skip the "Stop Truman" rally, scheduled to start at 3 p.m. (CST). He said illness In his family required him to board a plane for Washington in Ihe early afternoon. More N«*otfcntfMW An Htatarf— Abadan to Re-Open Next Sunday, Iran Says TEHRA:., Iran, Nov. 1. (*»—Iranian Deputy Premier Hosteln Makl says the- world's largest refinery, at Abadan—shut down for weeks because of Iran's quarrel with Britain over Its ownership—will reopen Sunday. The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, which owned the refinery, closed it because its storage tanks were filled and Iranian restrictions on tanker loading prevented^movement of refined products. The shutdown followed passage of an Iranian law to take over ownership of the Anglo-Iranian company's installations. Prime Minister Mohammed Mos- sadegh and his chief oil expert. Kazem Hassibi. now are in Wash- lineton, and there have been hints iat renewed negotiations to settle the oil dispute. I 30 Per Cent Production Hassibi in Cairo last week said Iran now could produce 30 per cent of the refinery's normal output of 31 million tons annually without the help of outside technicians. While the oil issue simmered, Iranian police announced yesterday they had seized Communist orders | showing Russia planned a lightning attack on northern Iran if Britain had sent troops to h'old the refinery. Soviet Planned Occupation . A high authority, who declined to be quoted by name, said the Soviet Union planned to occupy northern Iran, in which Russia has long sought oil concessions, but there were no Indications the Soviets had Planned Jo risk a clash with Britain by moving southeward to the Persian Gulf. * The authority said documents de- .ailing plans for a coup supported by Russian military forces wen found in a raid last Saturday on underground Tudeh (Communist) Party headquarters in Tehran. A Russo-Iranlan treaty, signed n 1942, gives the Soviet Union the right to guarantee Iranian territory against Invasion. There had been wide speculation the treaty would je invoked if Britain sent troops to the oil area. Allies Still DominateKoreonSky, Nuckols' Office Says of 'Rumors' TOKYO, Thursday, Nov. !. (AP) —Allied plane* »tilj dominate the >WM over Korea, tnrt rumors to the contrary "Just aren't «o," a headquarters spokesman said today. Brig. Oeh. William P. Nuckols 1 tiblle Information office branded as War Casualties: 700,000 UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Nov. 1. fAP>—Casualties among United Nations forces fighting in Korea have passed 100.000. Most of the dead wounded and missing are Americans. The Liberty Bel! has been remov- jd from Independence Hall in Philadelphia on nine occasions since 1718. Most of these were for exhibitions in other cities except in 1777, when it was hidden In an Allentown. Pa., church to keep it out of British hands. Blast Fatal To 12 Attributed To Wrong Method KAYFORD, W.Va.,.Nov. 1, <AP> —The coal mine explosion which Illed 12 men yesterday was caused y improper blasting by the crew. le state mines department report«i today. A department spokesman said the rcw apparently placed several dy- amlte "shots" under some'over- anging slate to loosen it, and the esulting blast ignited Ihe coal dust n the air. He said the manner'in which It •as done is forbidden by law- and ines department rules. Strike at Coal Company BIRMINGHAM. Ala., Nov. 1. I/Pi —The Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company was paralyzed today by a sympathy strike involving most of its over 30,000 workers. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. . Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 Last Tmes Tonits Friday 'BRIMSTONE 7 Rod Cameron Playgrounds for the Kiddies Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Thursday & Friday 1M MUMCE SKKt ST «Y.. .TilATS KVb, •KNTOUMMK! — Plus Also 2 Color Cartoons MOX Plume 4621 Show SUrli WwkdiTS 1:00 Sai.-Snn. 1: Always a Double Feature ' Thursday & Friday ROD CAMERON Saturday "SHERIFF OF LAS VEGAS" Wild Bill Elliott Also Cartoon RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Times Tortile "Ali Baba & 40 Thieves" with Maria Monter Also News & Shorts Friday "RIO" with Basil Rathbone Saturday "GUNS A'BLAZIN'" with Walter Huston Also Cartoon & Serial COTTON BOLL •n North Hi way SI Phone 3570 Tonight & Friday —Plus— Movie Memories & Cartoon "not factual" a radio report that the Red« were puttirw 1.000 MIGs hi trw air dally and that 14 U.S. planw, Including four sup. erforts, wer* shot down hi a single day. "The mwl MIOs vre hav« seen lithe air Is estimated 180." the headquarters spokesman said. "Now and Ihcn the enemy attempt* to dispute our air superiority In some small part of Korea but our Air Force Is carrying out a planned program of Interdiction while still keeping their airfields inoperable." The official explained that MIGs oul-number U.N. command fighter planes only when attacks are made close to Manchuria where the Red lighters can take off from fields north of the Yahi River boundary. Red Politician Shot in Lung Argentine Injured In Demonstration PARANA, Argentina, Nov. 1. (AP) —Rodolfo Ohloldl, Communist candidate for the Argentine presidency, wai shot in the lung and seriously wounded during a bomb and gun demonstration to break up a Red political rally here last night. One man was reported riead, an- olher believed killed and about ten others wounded In the wild melee. Ghioldl was taken to a hospital for Immediate, but unsuccessful, attempt* to remove a bullet (roiri his lung. His condition was termed serious. T«xo« It Large; U. S. Admits It DALLAS, Nov. 1. (AP)—Alter 81 yours, the U.S. Weather Bureau has admitted that Texas ij a large state. Specifically, the bureau has decided the state Is too large for its previous system of forecasting. Bei;ln- nlng today, Texas Is divided Into four regions for forecasting purposes instead of the former two. HoNond First to Ratify Coal, Steel-Pool Plow THT HAGUE. The Nettieclanrii, Nov. I. W>-Holland has becomt the first nation la ratify the Schuman Plan for pooling We*t Europe'i coal and steel resource*. Parliament's lower house voted approval 62-6 last night, with Communist, casllng all the negative ballots There was one abstention. Ninety per cent of our foot trou bles and ailments are due to Improperly fitting footwear. Air Force Cuts PIO WASHINGTON, Nov. I. HV_B«cause of budget culs. the Air Force says It is reducing "greatly" and in some cases eliminating Ili public information offices In the field. Turn To Page 5 it's LORRAINE week! Symptoms STOMACH ULCERS •*« TO EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST- Aik About 15-Day Trial Ofte .Over four million Ixntlec us* T»«>T>":*t luvo boon told foe riitof of symptoms of iliMrewju-ljtnB from I ami "jyttnml Ulw,, duo to t, fv»r Dlctitlen, Sour or UPM* G.uJnMt, M«.rtt»» n . S(«5.,u», , duo to Cu>u AcU. 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