The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1949 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NewPolilicalSect Is Noted in China Forty Reported Hostile To Communists as well As Chiang Kui-shek By VTsvnc Kfrli.irdsoii JiON'G KONG, Nov. 22. '.-P> — A neu' party hostile both to (he communists ami Chiang Kni-Shck may be in the offing In CtitnR. Acting president Li Tsung-Jen !s expected to take Mic tpati in It He fs now In a hospital in this British rolony. He arrived Sunday. Chlai'g still Is awnitlng Li In Chungking, The pmernlissimo went there from Formosa last week at Li's invitation. Foreigners from Inland China, who Arrived over the weekend, said (lie new parly, would expect United States help in stemming dip com- munhts, likely would shape up this way: 1,1 and his old friend, Gen. Pat Climig-H.si. strongest, nationalist military man left on the mainland, would juln force with three other important Chinese, Gen. Chan Chal-Tong. administrator of Hainan fsland, nnd Generals Hu Seh-Vueh and Yu Han-Mow, in southern Hwang lung province. Vigorous Policy These observers said the new pnrty would adopt ft more vigorous policy against the communists than Chiang's oollcy of trading space for time nnd avoiding major battles with the reds. Such a policy, the observers said, might gain the support of people dissatisfied with the communist administration and might win sympathy in the United States and substantial mnterlal aid. The British-owned China mall said Li and Pai would organize a new anti-Chiang government. Li Is expected to RO to the United States as a contact man in an effort to seek American aid. He already has a personal representative In Washington—Kan Chln-Hou, Comment from LI was not available. He has closed his hospital quarters to all but members of his family. ATOMIC "ASH-CAN" - British scientist Robert Barker, 26, places the core of (he "aspalron" into the copper contaiser o( the portable "atomic pile" which he Invented. The young physiclsl claims the ash-can-type apparatus can produce radioactive isotopes as good as those made In a huge, full-size alomlc pile. C^ - ^ "*&L^ J»*t>aTKP*^Tw. jBBKfcjk-Eamai.mcaM'jK AND YOU'LL BUY IT AGAIN AND AGAIN we FOUtlO wtyf- 'i£** Those Wanting Gl Loans Told To Apply Now World War II veterans who nn- (Icipate securing * "OI Loan" within the near future today were urged by James M. Hamilton, loan guir- aniy officer of the Arkansas Regional Veterans Adminlslratlon or- ncc. to apply for their certificate of eligibility Immediately. "Securing this certificate at our ofllce at Mttle Rock normally t«- nulres from a wcelc to 10 d*ys In routine cases—longer In cases where records are not readily assesslble. To avoid delays later. Hamilton said, those veterans who believe they will require a OI loan within the next few weeks should apply now for their certificates and Have II available when they conlact their lending agency." Tills certificate Is good for any type of GI loan—for home, business or farm and the veteran must make his own arrangements for the loan IhrouRh the usual financing channels. VA then guarantees the lender against loss up to 50 per cent of the loan, with a maximum guarantee of s-1,000 on real estate and $2,000 on non-real estate. Applications for CH loans have srently increased i n Arkansas, Hamilton said—from about 259 In Fcb- •unry 1019 to 423 for the month of October. Since January 1 of this year 2009 :oans have been approved by the Arkansas VA office, 122 of them were business loans. HI were loans :m farms and 2730 were home loans. Bell Asks OklahomaCourt For Another Rate Increase, OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 22. M') —Southwestern Dell Telephone: Company yesterday asked the Ok- : lahoina Supreme Court for permission to post bond and make the full rate increase It says is neces-' lary. The Slate Corporation Commls-' slon on Oct. n allowed an Increase, of $5,750.000 annually. The company wanted $7,578,861). It said the full Increase was "th«minimum needed to put the com- lony In position lo cany out its ob- Igallon to give good service," It put Into effect the Increase granted. The company also a.iked that the court hear Its plea today. There vss no Indication from the court vhen a hearing would be held. Bond which the company wishes o post Is to make repayment If the nil increase is not subsetnifmly allowed. v«nUhi-° f 1 WOO °EN INDIAN-nig Chief Amfac, of .he vanishln, tribe of cigar store Indians, listens solemnly to the ukulele Mrenade of airline stewardess Kay Carsell in Chicago. The Chief w«, flown from Chicago to Hawaii by the Society for the Preservalion of Clear Store Indians. Will They Have Dodgers? Turkey for McMaths NEW YORK, Nov. 3'L l.-T'/—Israel soon may have a Brooklyn of Its oA-n. Brooklyn Jews, who will open a campaign Dec. 4 to raise S750,COO lo purchase ami nevciop 4.000 acres in the Negcv. plan to name the new settlement Kfar Brooklvc (Brooklyn Village). The Brooklyn division of the Jewish national fund announced the drh'e. Reds Deny Catholics VATICAN CITY, Nov. 22. M>j—A Vatican Informant salrt yesterdav Russian satellite countries will not permit their Roman Catholic citizens lo visit Rome during the 1D50 wly yea/, which begins Christmas eve. Fresh Slock Guaranleed Best I'rice* Kirby Drug Stores GENTRY, Ark,. Nov. 2^. «>,—Governor McMaiii and his family will eat choice licnton County turkey on Thanksgiving. lie has been presented the pick of the (lock of turkeys raised by T. H. Hums. Gentry produce man. Hums raised 3,000 turkeys this year. Minnows do not grow to be large fish; they are a distinct species themselves. HERE'S YOUR FAVORITE SWIIT CORN TALI IN FIAVOR...TEMPTING IN TASTI PRIDED I HINGIS favorrt* fn DfxUfand for 72 y»ar* Genuine COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Cream Style White Sweet Corn; to preptre . . . it'j alrei<ly It'i •H-hoJesoiiic intt notir- Uhing—wond«ffal for corn diners, Corn puddings, chowderj, Gei Pride of Illinois —Creim Style While Sweet Corn at your Ktactt's toJ*y. THI IWNOli CANNING CO. Ho.pntan, Illinois • moHl J9tn o/ Arc Kidney Reanl) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER'22, 1949 C/0 Plans to Join Anti-Fulbright Move by AFL Remain Uncertain LITTLE ROCK, NOV. I'l. M'(—H'e still ui certain whether the CIO will Join Ihe Arkansas Federation of Labor. In'an organised attempt to defeat Senator Fulbrlght in next year's elections. Th« state CIO council has voted not to endorse or purge any officeholder—rather leaving it up to 'lie State CIO Political Action Committee. The council did mention Fillbright in Its discussion of politics »nd called on members to "battle to elect u> .ifflce men and women who represent their constituents faithfully and ably and who fight for the welfare of all the people of the country " Several weeks ago the AFL ac- ci.scd FJlbrlght of being anti-labor and blacklisted him. Fnlbrifiht replied thai he tried lo represent all citizens of Arkansas rather than any one faction. The CIO council also went on record in favor of a brond national health program Including national health Insurance. A resolution adopted said 'volun- taiy health insurance plans do not meet the needs o( the working class. It also said that the American Medical Association, In opposing compulsory health Insurance, "does not speak for the worker." Commie Inventor Outdoes Squirrel on This One LONDON, Nov. 22. (AP> — A Communist inventor has devised an acorn-planter which makes a squirrel look like a fool. The Soviet News Agency Tass told about It yesterday In a dispatch from Bucharest. It salri the planter, Invented by Nlca Molsel of Ballad. Rumania, performs five operation: "It digs a small furrow, throws acorns itito It at fixed intervals, covers them up with earth, stamps Ihe earth firmly In nnd registers the place." Wild lite observers say squirrels often forget where they bury acorns. First Rural Telephone Application Received LITTLE ROCK. Nov. 22. MV-The Arkansas Public Service Commls- Quick, Hearty Lunch Time Treat ORANGE-CRUSH AND FRANKFURTERS America's favorite for a quick, hoiirty lunch, that's frankfurters nnd OrjinjtG-CRUSII. Whether at home, nt school, at your favorite Innch cnunlcr or restaurant, you'll enjoy juicy, t«Ht.y frankfnrlers with the lint lira I "fresh fruit" flavor of cool, n.-frraliirif; Orangc-CIUJSH. Serve Orango-CRUSH l.io, a> an in-between refresher. Orange- CJIUSH goes gc-od with popcorn, peamils, potato chips, or any snack food. Always a favorite with Ihe iccn- sters, Oranpe-CRUSH hits the spat when the Saturday gang gather* before the giime or after. You'll find that Ornngc-CRUSH ia alvvnysa welcome treat. Its "fresh fruit" flavor is protected by the "krinkly" brow'ri holtlo. Ask for genuine Ornn K c-CRUHl! in tlic flavor-guarding brown bottle. And for home use —buy Oringe-CRUSH the economy way, by'the case.-'? ":' f RE5H FRUIT FLAVOR Protected by the Flavor Guarding Brown Bottle It's bull I like mam, THE HIGHEST COMPLIMENT YOU COULD PAY AINT CAR f IINCOIN COSWOf01IMN ifOtl SIDAN : built, \ ilh erariMDAnship . , , quality . . . inlcirritT. And we »re proud lo say it i« th« Lincoln. Her* is a fine oar whose standards of workmanship have ael n«v records of ftch>«\eiucnt. ioned for any automobile ' " " Lincoln Cosmopolitan u, in short, the on» 1... magnificent comhinaUon of Lincoln power ! 7 ^T^ ^ '"" ^ """ "" fi " Mt .".I iiVD*A.,m,c • contribute hitlicrvo unlicaTd.of , omo * "" '° "' '^ "" h " e !l " >'°" r M " ««se and amoollmess lo mmoring to.iny lomorrow. Its ..,,«,,,!, ocluMve body „,!;„, „;„„,, 5, „ ^ ^l^'^™" '" "^^ makes America's -most distinctive cars STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. Walnut at First slon yesterday received Its first an - Plication for approval of a lo?,", V under a new federal program ri* signed to facilitate exnai slon of telephoe service In rural areas Public Service Corporation nf Newport asked the commission lo approve Us plans for seeking' a S?IK 000 federal loan. 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