The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 2, 1950
Page 7
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TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1950 (ARTC.) COTTOIKR NEWS PAGE SEVEN North Atlantic Nations to Spend More For Defense, Informed Officials Say By John Scall . WASHINGTON, May 2. (/Vj—Informed officials predicted today that the North Atlantic nations will agree to spend more money ana effort on their defenses. They said a close-up look at the price tags on the master'defense plan drafted earlier shows higher spending is needed. ,. Secretary of State Acheson is re- Miorted ready to urge quick action ™n an Intensified defense progran at the 12-natlon North Atlantic Council meeting In London Mny 15 —even If it means Buropeans mus Increase their defense budgets. Step-Up Called Necessary Ache.son believes, these official said, that a stepped-np effort i the military field Is absolutely nee cssary to put Into effect the integ rated defense plan worked out Apr 1 bv the 12 defense ministers at th Hague. The 12 treaty nations spent tolal o! $ last year I their collective -defense effort. Th United States carried about 72 p cent of this financial load. American officials are convince that the Buropeans must bear greater share of the cost of ai proposed Increase In effort ne year. Trumin to Ask Boost President Truman already h announced he will ask congre for a total of $1,141,000,000 tot second year of military aid. Oflic ials said it is unlikely the Prcsi dent will increase this amount during the next fiscal year. A solution to the problem now being discussed Informally in advance of the London meeting is for member countries to increase their defense budgets where It will not Interfere with recovery. However; a general recommendation Irom one ol th« foreign mln Afters' sitting as council members ISR counted upon to hasten an agreement. • Break Down Given Official's gave tills break down of the percentage of their budgets that the key western European nations are now devoting to military defense: Britain, 20 per cent; France, 17 Belgium, 12; Luxembourg. 3; tlw Netherlands, 23: Italy, 25; Portugal 31; Norway, 17; and Denmark, 14 Blunder Could TouchOffWar, General Says WICHITA, Kas., May I. t/P}— Gen. George O.. Kenney says a diplomatic blunder could touch off a war with Russia "at any moment." He added, however, that he did ,ot think the Russians wer» In a iitlon to go to war now. Aggressor nations "usually go k> war when they have war power sufficient that they're pretty sure they can win," the four-star general snld yesterday. "I don't think they (the Russians) An In that position now. I think Wai they're trying to reach that point as fast Kf they can." He said Soviet leaders probably have already set a year for their attack and that he believed war with Russia U coming. Kenney, wartime head of the Aided Air Forces In the Pacific, made his remarks at a press conference and at a Wichita . Ho.tary Club luncheon. He said the United States is the "primary target of attack 'by any nation seeking world domination." The aggressor would carry out tha attack by atom bomb, hydrogen bomb, "or any other diabolical weapon available," he declared. IL. COTTON AMBASSADRESS—Miss Elizabeth McOee of Spartan burg, S. C., the 1950 Maid of Cotton who will visit Blytheville and Osc ola Saturday as a feature of Mississippi Comity Cotton Week, Is shown here modeling a dressy selection from her cotton wardrobe. Designed by Sara Ripault. it is of ruby red cotton velveteen. Summer Cottons Have Wider Range This Year Summer fashions have always | dre.sses and for bare patio dresses, been at their best in cotton. This reports the National Cotton Conn- ' year, they're superlative, because | cil. Ferocious Cow Tries To Imitate Bull; Loses Her Life ANDOVER, Mass., May S. (IP)— The cow that tried to Imitfile 9 bull In ferocity had her'life snuffed out last night. ^, Farmer Arthur Tisbert decided to shoot the $1.000 Aberdeen-Angus when she showed no signs of ending her angry rampage. For more than a week the animal attacked anyone who came near her tis she tore through nearby woodland. She treed several persons who tried to capture her. Joseph E. Haswcll of the Massachusetts Society, for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals attributed her strange actions to approaching motherhood or stinging hornets. the range of cottons is so much greater than ever before. Any fashion-minded woman could have an entire wardrobe of cottons, \vithout once duplicating a wetwe or texture . . . yet each one would be as .beautiful as its neighbor in the clothes closet. One of the most beautiful of the new cottons, and one which has been enthusiastically received by the fashion designers, Is cotton satin which has a wrinkle resistant finish and is washable. It's 1 a highly mercerized cotton with a t lustrous sheen, and has been done tn lovely antique shades. Cotton georgette Is another or the popular new cottons. It has puckered or crepy surface for texture interest; and like the other cotton sheers, it fits perfectly into this year's fashion picture, it's beer used for softly styled 'shirlwnisl A leopard usually becomes a man- eater only H he becomes acnuainled with the taste of human flesh by accident. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that undersigned has filed with Commits tone r of Revenues o f State of Arkansas for. permi Spool Cotton In Animal Surgery Ordinary spool cotton, sterilized is valuable in pet animal operation where catgut and silk sutures Imv not proved satisfactory, .-vccordin to a report in the American Vctcrl nary Medical Association Journal Results of more than 1200 ma jor operations on dogs and cat Including delicate surgery, showe that when spool cotton was use for suturing, the surgical wound healed more evenly and more s< curcly. Patients were released fro; the hospital several day.< earlii than when other types of sutur were used. Other coton sheers, making news . everything from hoti.sccoats to 'ening dresses, are the handker- lief cottons. These are the same >ft cottons used in men'a hand- erchiefs. and are done In cool pas!l plaids. A new type of chambray, excel- nt for town or travel suits and nsemble.s Is woven in a herring- ione pattern. The result is a weedy effect, although the surface s smooth. NOTICE Notice is hereby given thai the indersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the itate of Arkansas for permit to sel nd dispense beer at retail off the premises ' described as 101 East .Iain, Bltheville, Mississippi Coun- y, Ark. The undersigned states that he a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; .hat no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application "(s for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the first day of July 1950, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 105) Robert I. Thompson Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of May 1950. ^ Beth R. Bunch (Notary Public My Commission expires April 23 1952. sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 418 N 6th, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell bc-cr by-the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale ol alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July 1950. and to e:\pire on the 30 clay of June, 1951. Ccmile E. Eskririae Subscribed and sworn U) before me this 1 day of May 1950. 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