The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1950 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLTTHBTILLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Solon Says Army Shouldh Enlist Japs f Germans Rep. Pooge Telli Farm Bureau U.S. Need* AH Resource* By TIM PARKER DALLAS, Dec. 13. (IP)— Rep. Poage (D-Tex) told the American Farm Surest! Federation today the U.S. Army should be opened to enlistments from the Germans and Japanese. "Surely the terrible events of recent days should conrlnee the most ikepttcal that we must use whatever resources are at -hand," the Congressman said In a prepared •d dress. "The manpower of Western Germany and Japan Is at hand. We ihould use It, not only for our own ; defense but for the defense of Ger; many and Japan themselves." • It was an abrupt change of sub- Ject.for the Farm Bureau delegates from 4fi states nnd Puerto Rfto. In opening their convention yesterdij they heard a call for more food produc'.lon by w. Averell Harrimnn. President Truman's foreign aftali : »ssistant. Allan B, Kline, Iowa hog farmer who heads the nation's big. gest farm organization, said necessary food will be produced through greater efficiency, more machine and use of more women and older- age workers. Poage. a member of the Hou«e Agriculture Committee, also urged that nations receiving aid money from the U.S. be required to put up Bomethlng In return 'if they can .Asiatic nations could provide manpower for our armies, he said, "let Spain send us mercury, let India •end bamboo if she ' has nothing else, but let us get something." He said this would make such nations : feel they have a stake In collective-security." Sew Labor Peace Henry Ford IT, president of the Ford Motor Company, said he believes the U.S. can make itself the ^ world's "arsenal of hope" by outstripping Russia in > production rac*. . . : In a prepared address, the youth-! ful industrialist said the outlook ' lor labor peace Is very good. "Everyone fn the .nation realizes only too well that we cannot win m,production race II anyone drags his feet. We, as Americans of good •will, simply must find peaceful ways to settle our disputes For strikes Interfere with' production- arid nothing must Interfere with production/' ; Senator Ellender (D-La) told the farmers that egg and potato price supports were dropped for 1551 because producers would not "make adjustments in production." There was too much production, Ellender ._ "The government couldnt go on Indefinitely providing the only market for a big percentage of our annual potato crop," Ellender said In • prepared iddress. "Let me here strea that the same fate awa»" tho« who insist on pursuing a stm- "" c f" rse - Farmers should know ''r£?M ?£?* musl do a !lttl = policing of their own activities. They : cannot hope to have price supports unless they are willing to accent •ovemment regulations " P Spa Observation Tower to Be'Cut' HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Dec. 13 (IP, -The 165-foot observation tower ™ '?> ° f * ot Springs Mountain is going to be whittled down by 45 feet—as soon as steel for remodel. ing can be obtained. a. 0 ?''/5T" 8 8plM ' ™P"inten- ? M ?u Hot S * ngs Na "oi,al Park said the Park^ervlce had ordered the reduction in height because the tower Is "too conspicuous" nnd detracts from the mountain's natural ^/y Sit* °I the tower is iV the national park. A shortage of steel has held up the remodeling, he said th? r !l« a1 ^ Ta T lrele ^ 5 5tali °" a ' the 1903 St. Louis world's fair the tower attracts many thousands of visitors. It's owned by the Hot Springs Mountain Observation Company, which leases the site from the Park Service. New Manager of Kemp Whisenhunt Co. Mr. Donald J. Bagley has just been named manager of Kemp Whisenhunt & Co. in Blythevllle. Mr. Bagley came to Blythevllle with the E. I. du Pont de Nemours Co. His 13 years experience in the paint, wulpaper and interior decorating business explain his recent appointment to this new managership. Consider this your Invitation to drop In and meet Mr. bagley. Kemp Whtsenhunt & Co. is located at 108 E»st Main Street in Blythevilte. Adv. MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 13. (<F)— +— An Arkansas Supreme Court test Is promised In the legal tight to break the win left by a planter who amassed an estate valued at $700,000. Attorney Wils Davis, In, a statement last night, said he would appeal the ruling of Chancellor Francis Cherry of Jonesboro, Ark. Cherry ruled the will valid. The court right was Instituted by the late I,. H. Carruth's only WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER U, A Christmas .Carol by Charles Dickens Tin Spirit tool Seieoge to the home of hit nephew, Fred, whose invitation to Christmas dinner Scrooge hod rudely refused. "Ha, So!" loughed Fred. "My uncle uid that Oirotmot wosohumbug! H«believed it, too!" Fred ami kit ouesti song carol* -Hie wowierful old songs at Christmas. Aad tfctn there wm games, whidi *wry- 6m hugely enjoyed. ' ' Poultry raisers Increase egg production by maiinsr the hen's' day longer through the use of electric lights Radiant floor hemllnj u obtained by installing heating pipes one inch below the surface where concrete floors are used. TURKS TAKE WELL-EARNED REST-Turklsh soldiers, exhausted by continuous M-hour battle with Chinese Communist troops, rest In a field north of Pjongjang, North Korean capital which was being abandoned by United Nations forces in face of overwhelming Chinese Red armies. (AP Wirephoto). Supreme Court Test Looms In Fight over Car ruth Will child, Mrs. Mory Csrruth Jones of Batesville, Miss. She conrienls her father \vns mentally incompetent when the will was. drawn. Mrs. Jones also charged that a Memphis cotton mnn, Prank G. Barton, influenced Carruth when he ordered the will drafted. Barton is a principal heir under the terms of the will. He Inherits the entire estate after the deaths of all family lieirs named. In deciding against. Mrs. Jones' suit, Judge Cherry said it was evident that Carruth was eccentric. But, he added, "a man's ment.il capacity must be gauged by something more than his idiocuncrasies and peculiarities." As drawn, the will leaves the estate Intact, w ith 70 per cent of the annual income to go to Mrs Carruth and 30 per cent to Mrs! Jones. Barton is a trustee. •Judge Cherry heard the case in probate court In Marion, Ark. The Carruth estate includes a huge plantation in Crittenden County, Ark. Most Tibetans live in towas and trading posts in the southern part of the country. Texarkana r Tex., Is 'Off Limits' TEXARKANA, Tex., Dec. 13. P)—The city of Texarkana. Tex., has been placed off limits to soldiers of the nearby Red River Arsenal as result of an altercation Involving an army lieutenant'and city plan designed to provide the nation all the scientists, doctors and other professional people It needs without upsetting ir.'aft requirements. The plan proposes an Intelligence test .'as a basts for deferment and details are now being discussed. At present, scunenis may remain in school until the end of a school year. They may be deferred if they are in the upper half of their classes. police early Sunday. Texarkana, Ark,, Ls not affected, Brig. Gen. Selby Frank, the arsenal's commanding officer, issued the off limits order. He said: "In view of the iallureof the mayor and chlel 01 police of Texarkana, Tex., to take prompt and decisive action regarding the incident In which First Lt. Lester C. Snyder was brutally attacked, I have no alternative but to put into effect an order restricting military personnel from visiting in Texarkana (Tex.)." 'Jury' to Decide Student Draft WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. Jury of citizens will help i— A decide whether bright students should be deferred from the draft. ' Draft Director Lewis B. Hershey has called 200 citizens, representing education, labor, industry, veterans' organizations, the press and radio to a meeting here Monday. They will give their opinions after listening to a report on a draft BRIGHTEN YOUR CHRISTMAS WITH Give Cascade. Serve Cascade yourself. It's holiday bourbon — Straight Kentucky Bourbon—rich, light, ready to add old-fashioned • flavor to the festivities of the season. Distilled from the famous Dickel formula. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON "FROM THE Lift AND VIGOR OF THE GRAIN" Bottled by GEO. A. DICKEL DISTILLING COMPANY . 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