The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 21, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 21, 1949
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' PAGE TWO BLVTHEVIM.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Senator Flays Spending Policy Republican Says U.S. May Bt Ploying Into "The Kremlin's Hands" WASHINGTON, Oct. 21. (IF] — Senator Kem (R-Mo) yesterday raised the question of whether through ipendlnj this country Is "plRS'Ing Into the Kremlin's hands." During the session o( Congress Just ended, he said $7,000.000,000 or je.OOO.OOO.OOO ha? been added to the debt. Tills Is e. new spending high for Congress In pence time, he added in a statement. It 'Is said the Russian strategy is-victory through bankrupting us." Kem said. "Is II possible that we are ; playing Into the Kremlin's hands." .During the rest of this month, Kem has accepted invitations to appear at these meetings: Herald Tribune Forum. New York, Oct. 25; National Economic Council meeting, New York, Oct. 26; Testimonial dinner for former Senator Hawkes at Orange, N.J., Oct. 27; principal speaker at a Philadelphia Republican dinner. Oct. 28. .He .will return to Washington to appear, on a, television program "Meet the ' Press" Oct. IS. Donnell declined comment on the Congress' and told a reporter he will. not return to Missouri for a week or ten days because of some unfinished 'legislate work here. n , I DGQl' Czechs in Race For Seat in UN be completed the better the-opportunity for the roots to atari getting established before the ground freezes, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, "Truman .to Ask Funds to Press AEG Expansion ' WASHINGTON, Oct. 21. MV — President. Truman..•said yesterday he r wijl ask Congress;next year for 'money to push the Atomic Energy Commission's • expansion program but , denied • that the plan stems from evidence of an atomic explosion in Russia. He said the commission has iSO.OOO.OOfl to start the work at Oak Ridge, Tenn,, and Hanlord, Wash He added that he will not knou how :much the program will cost until he has an opportunity to talk ft over with the commission and the Budget Bureau. '- In a statement,-he said thai the decision to expand the atomic facilities "is the result of careful studies 'directed .toward rinding means of Increasing our production capacity In an orderly fashion." The program was disclosed earlier in th« week by Chairman McMahon (D-Conn) of the Congressional atomic committee. . - ) NEW YORK, Oct. 2l-(/n—Yugo- slavia won a seat in the United Nations Security council yesterday over the Soviet-sponsored Czechoslovakia. The action by the 59- nation General Assembly was g rebuff to the Cominform Soviet bloc. Tiie vole on the second ballot, was Yugoslavia 30 and Czechoslovakia 10. Thirty-nine votes were required (or election. Yugoslavia thus squeezed by on the minimum number of voles needed. The voting was by secret ballot. The United States supported Yugoslavia for the council seat now held by the Soviet Ukraine. The seating changes Dec 31. On the first ballot, Tito's regime got 37, Czechoslovakia 20, Afghanistan |, philliplnes 1. Russia's Andrei Y. Vishlnsky took the floor Immediately after the results were announced. Vishlnsky charged the election of Yugoslavia was a violation of the U.N. charter'because it failed, he sdid, to take into account provisions regarding geographic distribution of council seats. The West previously had, contended that Yugoslavia was Just as qualified to represent Eastern Europe as Czechoslovakia. Vishlnsky declared Yugoslavia's ; candidacy was advanced by the United Stnics and Britain through behind-the-scenes maneuvering. II is believed that the number of big game animals in the United Stales Is increasing. Telephone Service Often Disrupted by Marksmen Shattered telephone lines, smashed Insulators «nd tiie loss of hundreds of telephone calls result from damage by gunfire in the hunting season each year, T. L- Scott, manager for tlm Southwestern Bell Telephone company In Blytheville, said today. "Thousands of wires are broken by stary shots every year," the manager said. "Glass insulators arc smashed by the hundreds, and cables carrying hundreds oj pairs of wiies are pierced by bullets." "It would help a Jot," he added "11 we could Just explain to hunters why they should be careful in the vicinity of telephone lines. Even if a bullet or shot only nicks - ---,.— the wire, when cold weather comes as 28 feet across. the wire contracts and the added may cause It to break. Illinois has 14,101 schools—the most of any state In the union. A large octopus may be as much Draws $35 Fine Forrest Myers was fined $35 and costs In Municipal Court yesterday on his pica of guilty to a charge of driving while under ihe influence of liquor. George Washington did not belong to *x political party. TV'BOOM—Amazing growth of the television Industry In the United States in the past'two years is depicted In the chart above. The .end ot this year will see an estimated 3,000,000 sets in operation. The,industry still has a long way to go before matching radio's 60,000,000 seta in operation, ' Study of Trees Should be Made Before Planting Unless they're careful, that army of week-end shovel wicWcrs busy across the nation *ith the advent of the transplanting season, may need headache towels, along with the arnica. It's easy to dig yourself a peck of trouble when trying to beautify the family castle, warns P. E, Hudson, field representative of the Davey Tree Expert Co. Mr. Hu'dson believes too few home owners realize ,thc importance of selecting trees for specific purposes. Factors that should be considered include size, shape, summer foliage, fall color, winter appearance, rate of: growth transplanting success, soil requirements and general hardiness, he maintains. On smaller properties • pratlcutarly, selection "boners" ma y .hnunt the well- intentioned home owners for years to come. In time, trees and shrubs that get out-of hand can make a. once-happy abode a community eyesore. 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