The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 6, 1950
Page 2
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PAOE TWO B1ATHEVII,I,E, (ARK.) COURIER N 7 EWS A Christmas Carol WEDNESDAY, DRCRMBER by Charles Dickens tthrt a frnf hous«, the Ghost of Cdiist- moj Pfewflt stopped to bestow o btess- ii>9. It was the home ol Bob Crotdiir, Scrooge's fifteen-stiilling-o-vieekcleik. The Spirit took Scrooge inside. Above all others, the Crotches hod the [rue spirit of Christmas. th<M tow lot, Md Ti^ Tim rctun. fn>m cWk to th« lo.e of riwir family. It dawned M Scroow mot Hiii wot what Chmtimw roily »*aai—to lotc om another. Legion Head Demands Expulsion of Russia And Satellites by UN NEW YORK. Dec. 6, (;Pj—Explll- slbn of Soviet Russia and her satellites from the United Nations was demanded today by Erie Cocke. Jr, national commander of the American Legion. Cocke, addressing the Public Relations Society ol America, made the proposal as part of what he termed "operation survival." The leader of the veterans' organization said other phases of the '"operation" should include: Pull mobilization In the United • States. Adoption of' universal military training. Use of the atomic bomb only for "primary" targets — of which, he said, tlwre were none in Korea or China. Revamping of the Stale Department. Speeding up of civil defense measure's with "urgent haste." "These are musts if we are to «fop. the sickening slide into national disaster," Cocke declared. He 'said, the United stales already had lost the-cold war with communism and now was losing "the shooting war." Dunkerque Facing Allies "in Korea we are facing a Dunkerque and In Washington another Munich 15 In the making," he said Cocke asserted that If America *»s to be saved there must be "nn uproar of condemnation" against •pneasement. ' . . . . •Ie'charged British and French leaden with "conniving" to make deals beneficial to their nations at tin- expense of the United States, Cocke described proposals to abandon Korea and Formosa and In admit Red China Into the United Nations as "monstrous," "Appeasement means surrender," he said. ••Suncutler, only leads to further surrender," Youth Has Plan to Ease Santa's Economic Pains; He'll Go 50-50 on a Bike SNYDER, Tex., Dec. 6. M'/— Jere James. 7. wants a bicycle for Christmas but he's not leaving it entirely up to Santa Clans. In a letter to Santa clans, opened by mistake- a s it passed through the Snydcr postolficc en- route to the North pole, jere explained he has earned some money selling soft drinks—but not enough. "I'll pay hair on a "bike," he told Santa, "if you will pay the other half." Family Doctor Homed CLEVKLAND, Dec. 6. (AP)—Dr. Dean Shtrwood Luce of Canton, Muss., was named family doctor of the year yesterday by the American Medical Association's house of delegates. GM Announces Car Price Raise Passenger Cars to Cost 'Less Than 5% More', Company Official Says DETROIT. Dec. 5. (IF, — General Motors annumiMd todnr an Increase ill prices for all Its 1051 model pas- sciJECr cars. C. E. Wilson, General Motors president, said the average In- creasM would be "somethlnc less tlian five per cent" nn all five OM nasseiiBer cnrs—Chevrolet. Pontlac OWsmohllc. nuick and CndTDao. ' OM declined to reveal new prices on specific models. Wilson snld Increases will be announced with Introduction of the 1951 models by various GM divisions. The price Increases were blamed by Wilson to rising costs of irmlc- nnls and labor. He said material costs have aitvanccd from 7 to 300 per cent and wages, pensions nnd employe bene/its Jl.13 per cent In the current year.." Fnnl lo 'Hold Line' The Ford Motor Company recently announced It planned "lo hold the line" on prices, keeping 1951 prices the same as those prevailing In 1050. it did make some now standard equipment on Its Mcrcnrys optional at higher costs on IIIMV niadeJs. Wilson said General Motors fs making "every effort through improved efficiency and the Investment of large sums for new machinery nnd /ncilllles to comilcrar.t. In so far as possible, these increased Thousands of Koreans Seek Guns to Fight Chinese Reds SEOUL, Dec, 6. W)—Thousands of Koreans gathered In Seoul Stadium today and asked for guns to fight the Invr.ding Chinese Reds. "Give us arms.'.' said one resolution. "One million youths are ready (or immediate participation In the combttt. \ye are all rushing toward the anti-Communist war. Complete armament is most urgently needed." The mas.s meeting was conducted under banners demanding unification of Korea. The crowd approved these messages: To President Truman— "The present sit lint Ion In Korea is so critical that even use of the atomic bomb Is deemed necessary. We injlst that no more compromise should be made with Communist iggresson " "Invasion of Korea means Invasion of all democratic nations. Firm determination and powerful action should be made by the 0. N. at the earlles possible moment. "Onlv after the Korean problems are settled can the u. N. fulfill Its mission /or world peace and democratic nations overcome the present crisis. Thirty million people of Korea will continue to right courageously against communism until every single Communist is whipped out of Korea." Traveler's Checks Lost By CalHornian in 1923 Turn Up Suddenly in Mail SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec 6 M>(— Driving through North Dakota 27 years ago, George E. Tichenor. school teacher, lost a\ book of traveler's checks. Yesterday he opened his mall. Inside an envelope, with no sender's name or return address, were his checks—the same u of them, $10 denomination, that he lost. Witti the check folder, he'd enclosed his old address, In nowag- cosls" of labor and materials. The first of the new GM models will be Chevrolet, due Friday. Pon- tlac's 1951 model will be out Dec. 11. General Motors Is the world's largest producer of automobiles: Red China Seeks Full Scale Mobilization HONGKONG, Dec. 4. (AP) _ RecUchlna appears to Vj« trumpeting for full scale mobilization. An open letter, Issued In Pelping Saturday by the powerful all-China federation of labor, called on, all Chinese workers to "enlist for military training." lac, Mich, The envelop* was for- tt-arcieci to htm here. It bore a Fargo, N. T>., postmark. Paper Wants UN To Use A-Bomb DENVER, Dfc. t. &T)_The Denver Post called editorially tor immediate use of the atomic bomb to meet the military crisis In Korea. 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