The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1950 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 12, 1950
Page 10
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t . FAGE TEN BLYTHEmi!V;(ARK.) COlttrER NEWS ,' DECEMBER 1», —Courier News Photos PARADE SCENES—Among the floats entered in the annual Christ. mii par.dt sponsored "here last in'eht by the Merchants Division of th» Chamber of Commerce are thos<?"»hbw 1 >i here. At lop left is the fifth-place Viiihei- "lilewd uy Lanice Parent-Teach- «r* Assoclation.' of the top r p* ,j s shown the Chamber of Com- »mce Santa claus Float: The "Anicrtcai. Legion entry is shown *t top right, other floats included.those entcrcd'by the loli,,w[ii» organizations- center row (left t. right*: Robin*/,, cchool. ilr sl plac, wi.mer ,n u, e Negro Division; Promised Land School, .econd place v.-im-cr i,, the -Ne»,o .Difislon; Junior Red Cro^s : en try 'i white d vision• Bottom Row Hell to:right: .Epillun Siisma .Mph.-, ;• -,i j,, v - ^ and Jayceettcs. ; - , • — . --.* i"u Uponto Resident Beats Draft Board; He's Been in Service for Two^ Years Tito : Aid Measure Faces House Vote Passage Seems Sure As Nation Seeks Yugoslav Friendship WASHINGTON, Dec. IS. <F>I— An 'obvious American blrt for the friendship of Marshal Tito's followers, leaislation to plve food to drought- stricken Yugoslavia, came before the House today. It passed the Scnale yesterday by a KQ to 21 vote. Passage by t,he House appeared certain." probably ton] or row. • As passed by the Senile, the bill would let the Economic Cooperation Admintfl.ruIon <ECA> dip into its funds for i>n to ssn.finn mn tn provide food for thp Yugoslavs Quarterly reports lo Corarrss \vonlcl be made by tbc state Department i which would have overall charee nfj the aid orocrsm, ; Annr<7r"-i.i(ion in Jimr The House measure 'Would au- (•h"rize an appropriation of 538000000 up lo nnyl June .in. EGA ai- re?Hv has sen! Sl^mo.onn in Yugos I ? v"| a. In recoiiiniendln? its anprnva] fhe Hn.isc Foreign Affairs Conimitlee tied lo It a reonlrenient that, Yugoslavia trive "f,,!! and continuous PUhltcJly" to the United .stales' a-- siElince and p"rmlt, tl.s stipcrvi:-lon of tne food dlnributlon. Council Hits Liquor Control, Schools in Economy Suggestions LITTLE ROCK. Dec. 12. W',-If the IDS! Legislature rollows the lend of the Legislative Council, there'll be no more liquor investiqalors in the State Revenuo Department . And apparently there rimy be no more Pair .Trade Liquor Act, The Legislative Council yesterday rejected altogether Ihe 5115,900 annually .requested for 20 invcstignt- or.s, a secretary and a clerk. .Tile Legislature may override tlic Council's recommendation if it wishes. Discussion of Council Members indicated they generally weren't strong for the 1!1I9 Fair Trade Liquor Act. which had the effect of price fixing In liquor 'sales by specifying Irie an-ount. of mark-up wholesalers and retailers -were lo add. Result w as an incrc<ire i; liquor prices. The mvcstigulnrs arc paid nitl a lax levied by Ihe ncl, and par! of l*hnfr duties is to enforce its provisions. ^ The Council yes'.erclny also reduced proposed burigeU for state-supported educational institutions and for the. resources and development commission and recommended cut- tine out .some jobs in the latter ngency. Selionl .Mlolmnil Cut The Council voted to allot Ihe University of .-\Vkp.usas and Ihe stale-supported colleges a lolal of annually for operating 50 different.., and so wonderful I Acheson to Brussels Monday for Meeting Of Atlantic Pact BRUSSELS. Belcium. Dec 12 i,TV -Forciin mlnisltrs of ihc 12 At- 1 lantlc Pact nations vyill meet In Brussels next Monday to thresh o'lt the problem of real mlu? Germany « Belgian foreign ministry spokesman announced todav. U.S. SrrreUry of state Dean Acheron will fly \». Brussels for Ihe parley, which also will R ivc opportunity for a meeting of Die bi R three foreign ministers - Acheron foreign secretary Ernest Bevln of Brllatn and foreign minister Robert Schuman />f France. — -is? 5 ^ No other coffee has a flavor quite likeFo/gers in Israel, erny able borflert mate u £,'° 50 , a »' 1 "cry unmarried crilldlcs.s ttoman up lo .11 has to] *er\e S4 days a year In the army tcscrvei. MOUNTAIN GROWN SO EXTRA-RICH IN FLAVOR You Ar« Urged ro ntr USING >A uss (hon wi'tji l*n«r ftovorKri brcrnds expenses, during the next blennlmn. This is about $2,2000,000 less than the total the university and col- lencs had asked. •Should tnoro money become available, the Council recommended Hint the appropriation totals be iucrcis ctl. An' annual .burlgc of 530:!.000 ?-a« approved for the resources and development commission. This is a reduction of $2B.liOO from what had been requested. The S2G.BOO would be saved by elimination of It cominisoirtn jobs including ihose In the Planning Division, fherc'd be no Agriculture and Industry Division Director '(salary SS.COai, and the Planti'ln* Direc- lor W ho receives a M BOO salary would take over both jobs ifff,i • AMi# -V -v' 1 ' -i•—rfr^^— -££^ 'flW> S^f'^ff^.-^^^ %SS!i-fe CilVK » SERVE • K>MOV Whiskey at f Merry Christmas! Happy N'c.w Yearl Time of holiday enjoyment at its licsl! Time lo give and serve rich, Kcnhioky-madc Hill and Hill— "whiskey ;U its best"! MCKESSON * nonui.vs, ln , . Excluslve ^^: ni|| e It is now,,possible lo contact 80 countilcs by'telephone from almost any place : n the U. S.. the transoceanic telephone circuits on short waves making this practicable.; LEPANTO, Ark:,' !DEC. 'la. W',Freddie Dan-el Suliivan. of route I I Lepanlo. had a, very snaa ,-casoii for not reporting to the Poinsett County Drafl Board in Harrisbur" for ins physical this, week—he's in Korea. When newspaper stones appeared listing names of men who had Jinl reported, relatives ex-plained it would have been a little difficult for Freddie to .report. They'saio rw. has been in the army for two years and has been with ap air force maintenance cresv in Korea for 'he last three months. He was at the Kimpo Airfield dun ing its bombardment'by the Com- munists. Arkansas Flyers mri in Colorado . Colo.. Dec. 12. (.0>j .A -ir-ind search for a missing plane with (.no Arkansas men aboard has proved futile. . An air search, also' without success. has resulted In death of one man. Ground searchers returned last nj^ht from the Shrine Pass area without finding any trace of Paul V. .Bate and Dick Warren ol Fayetteville. . Ark., who 'disappeared Thursday while on a flight from Denver, to Grand Junction. You Reach More People r n « Want Adi Ad. placed betor. 9 « m will oppe o, MmS doy . Atl elo Ml fi.d ody*rti,i ng poyobl. m advance. , BLYTHEVILI.E COUR; NEWS

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