The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1950 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 38,' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES WAITING THEIR TURN ON THE F I E L D _ Vmlll(r G( . rnMn „,,,,,.,„ „. as others engage in a tame of pushball on a new field built al tliclr school near Munich, PRINCESSES GREET VISITING A R T I S T E _ Ptmctaa uinbell, (left) and •rffirel (second from Icfl) dial uitti Dinah Sliorc. American singer (right], after (he Koyal Command variety show at London's Palladium Theater. Second from right is Alan Jones, singer. r « PRESIDENT— KinR llaakon of Norway. King Gmlaf VI of Denmark and President Jiihn Taaslkivi of Finland (Icfl lo right) chat AlKlng Qustif Yj, JjLlhi-r of the Swedish ruler, in Stockholm. HUNGRY VISITORS KNOV/ NO FEAR- \Vilrt rarcoolis livinsr in Ihe dclisn underbrush near C'ranrlon 1'arK, Miami, Via., vibil Ihe kilchen ot Al Fernandez <Uilj- lor a handrat. FROM THE SEA_ ..a.ives *- nrK a,,,oi, s „. . , c s , lv ^ „ ,1! Ihe Red Sei in Easl Africa which produce about 600 Ions daih for u c in the Middle and 1 U.S. Is a Prime A-Bomb Target, Oriental Says Caruthersville River Mat Bids Are Announced 30. <ifi — The Engineers last HOMO KONG, Nov. 30. «'|—A Chinese physicist arrested by U.S. military police in Japan while en route home says the United Stales is a prime target for mi atom bomb mtlack. He is Prof. Chao Chung Yao. who represented China at Ihe Bikini atom bomb tests. He and four former California Institute of Technology students were arrested for alleged complicity with Dr. Hsue Shen Tsien. head of Cal Tech's gucenhelm jet propulsion renter. Hsue was arrested by the FBI and prevented from sailing to Kcd China with eight cases of scientific papers, some of which were suspected of containing secret information. ' , ~J'. " ftl "•""•> Ixll-iL.UUMJIl „ , i Landing. Tcnn., and Helena. Ark. Hsue faces deportation hearings.! The mats arc laid nlnns levee banks ' Chao arrived Monday with two j to cut down nvcr wash. Canton in" Co"niin"n?st ^lth >1 Chinn°i ,,*?P. JU ' cn . 1 1( w_bMder for casting "The United States is a country where the A-bomb will cause the gravest disaster." he said there. "America's well-developed and centralized industry" make her a prime target. "The A-bomb 'is not a weapon MEMPHIS. Nov. Memphis District „..„...„„.„ ,.,„„ night announced three low blrls totaling S3.5V7.nGf>. for four articulated concrete mattress casting contracts. The four casiinp fields for Ihe projects are at Caruthcisvillc. Mo , Gates Landing, Tcnn., Richardson pony, Memphis, with a bid of $!.330.0<>0. The firm al.-o turned in n low bid of SH-H.BiO for 1CK1.030 nnil.i to be c.ifct at Helen*. Wright Contracting Company of than can determine io whom vie-1 Columbus, Ga.. was low with Sl,- tory belongs, and its demolishing| 076.6811 for 130.000 imils at Gates power is most ominous to industrial! Landing. And Fordicc Canstruction production centers and communica-f Ccmpany of Memphis was low with A- '•• "id o( 5232.576 for 32.000 units at. Ex-Arkansan Honored for Work To Help Crippled Children PINE BLUFF. Ark.. Nov. 30. (AP) j —A childless m;in who's given away many thousands of dollars for the; aid of children was being honored i here today. He's George A. Adams of Ruslon, La., a former ArkaiUKin. The Sar;-ha Shrine Temple, of | which Adams is a member, named I its annual fall ceremonial today in hi.s honor. Officials said same 1,000 Arkansas and 'Louisiana shriners would OP here for the celebration. Among Ihe visitors expected was past Mational Shrine Potentate Gallovay Calnour, of Tyler, Tex. i Aiin.mi' dcnni-iis to tlir rhrine hu..:>itais fov crippled children have been the most, publicized of his benefactions. He's jjivcn at least 5200,000 (a the hospitals. But "I'd i-,..vc to check back to to sure exactly how much it amounts U>." he said. Adams, 18. and. his wife, who died several years ago. also aided privately numbers of other youngsters—helping send, many of them to college. Adams explains his gifts thus: "Mrs. Adams and 1 always loved children. We never had any ot our own." Church Group Approves Acheson's Talk on Foreign Policy of U. S. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a marriage license yesterday al tils office of Mfss Elizabeth Blythe. county ' clerk: Theodore Leonard Main and Mrs Winnie Bell Fitz. both of St. Louis, Missouri. t CLEVELAND. Nov. 30. </pj—The , sha'dows of world crisis brought from leaders of file infant National Council of Churches complete agreement with the foreign policy speech by Secretary o[ state Acheson last night. Secretary A c h e s o n originally planned to speak in person to the first general assembly of the National Council of Churches of Christ in America at Cleveland's hii»e public auditorium. The Korean situation, however forced the secretary to make tho speech from his office in Washington over all major radio networks. Dr. Henry Kno:s Sherrill, presiding bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church and the man reported to be in line for the first presidency of the National Council, found (lie speech "realistic." "I thought Ihe speech was thoroughly realistic," Bishop Sherrill said. "I particularly liked the secretary's emphasis on the United. Nations. • "I thought the restraint was admirable and T was glad he emphasized our willingness to negotiate constantly for peace. I was a nonpartisan statement and this Is nol a time for partisanship " The Labrador retrierrr is usually black, with occasionally a white spot on the chest. tlon lines. Americans fear the A- bomb more than any other people." The pro-Communist newspaper Ta Rung Pao, which reported Chao's remarks, said he Is teavinc for north China "to write and publish his impressions and trtcis about the A-bomb, according search experiences." Cariitlicrsvlllc. lives—over Liihnrile candidate John Be.ittie by a 31.7ns to 30.88.1 vote, election was made British Labor Margin Cut in Commons Vote BELFAST, Northern Ireland. Nov 30. lift—The British Labor govern- i merit's working majority in the! House of Commons \vas cut to Jour I last night in a by-election tor the ; West, Belfast scat. A 23-year-old school teacher. T I V. Teevan, won for his Ulster Unlo; party — allied with the Conserva- Dr. Lindquisr CHIROPRACTOR Phone 3170 615 t'hickasawha to his re- by the diso.iialification of the KRV. J. G. McMnnjuva.v under an olrt law again*), the seating of churchmen in Commons. SI:I:KS Till. FI.OOH-WU Hsiu-CIni™. chief Cliine.se rtrd delegate, raises his liand for rerojuiilinii after his group was called to u N Security Council table at Lase success. N. V. The Chinese Communist was nol given reccsnition al this time and the session latei adjourned until the next day. i,\P Wirejihoto). IT'S SMART . . . IT'S THRIFTY . . . IT'S PATRIOTIC ... to kpcp your'sluirs In good rrp.itr . , > , because SHOE REPAIR GIVES EXTRA WEAR UflLfTYSHOe S •'•*» W. MfliM SHEET METAL WORK— OF ALL KINDS Ciistimi work for K ins. itlfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to \/\ inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South liroailw;iy Phone 2fi51 Be** If' ^,..\Keniucfys STRAIGHT Bourkon! T. J. SEAY MOTOR CO. for dependable Repair Service 121 East Main Phone 2122 unce 3 Man's Whisky/ 1HIS WHISKY IS ( TEARS DID • K PROOF URIY TIKES DISTIUERT CO., IOUISVU.LE l.KY. "I Sell That Stuff" FUEL OIL! G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. 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