The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1950 · Page 12
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July 7, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Communist China Announces Intention of Taking Formosa LAKE SUCCESS, July 7. (AP)—Red China has served notice on the United Na- fchat it 1« determined'to seize Formosa despite any military measures America may Obituaries tfom tafc* Foreign Minister Chou Kn-lai outlined the Feiping regime's position in a cable yesterday to U. S. Secretary-General Trygve Lie. It accused the U. S. of an "act of open HK- gression" in assigning American naval units to protect the Chinese Nationalist Island nas- iion. , geortiy Council Meet 4 — ——— Meanwhile, the Security Council called a session Rt i p.m. (EST) today to take final action on a resolution a*king the United States to name Gen. Douglas MacArthur as the first supreme commander of R U.K. military force in batlle. Pas- mft of the measure appeared certain. Chou En-lal's message accused the D.N. ot acting as a too) of America by countenancing President Truman's action In sending American nival vessels to guard Formosa. It •aid! UN Is Attacked "By keeping silent on this act of open aggression ol the United State* government, the Security Council and the secretary-general of the United Nations have foregone their functions and duties of upholding world peace, and thereby became pliant instruments of the policy of the United States govern ment." Declaring the U.S. act violates the U.K. principle "forbidding any member to use force agnlnst the territorial integrity or political Independence of any other slate," the message continued: Formosa Is China "Taiwan (Formosa) Is an inseparable part of the territory of China. This Is not only a historica" fact recognized by the entire world but is also confirmed by the Cairo declaration, the Potsdam Declaration and the situation since the surrender of Japan." ' The Communist message coneluded: "Despite any military steps of ob structlon taken by the United Slate; government, the Chinese people are Irrevocably determined to liberal Taiwan without fall." Worth Holder to Attend C. of C. Institute in Dalla Worth D. Holder, manager ot th Blytheville Chamber of Commercr left today for Dallas, Tex., wher he will attend the Southwest Cham ber of Commerce Institute. ' The Institute provides trainin for chamber officials In Chambe of Commerce techniques and oper • lions. Mr. Holder will be In Dalla * week. : inal Rites Held : or Mrs. Moore Services for Mis. Annie Annie loore of Carutliersville, Mo., were eld this morning Rt the Mt, Zion Cemetery in Stcele, Mo., by the Rev. Floyd V. Brower. pastor of the Irst Methodist Church of Caruth- rsville. Mrs, Moore, who was 53, died at icr home yesterday morning alter . short illness. She was the widow •f Ben Moore. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Joslc Beings ol Caruthersville; i brother, Willie Manning ol Ca- iithersville; two sisters, Mrs. Dosie tt ot Jonesboro, Ark., and another ilster of Hickory Ridge, Mo.. am : i half brother, Arthur Harper of vtaynarri, Mo. Cobb Funeral Home was In charge Kites Conducted For John G* Ray Services were conducted at ' o'clock this afternoon for John G Ray. 73. at the First Baptist Church in Kennett, Mo., by the Rev. Ceei P. Logan, pastor. Burial was in the Sennth, Mo., cemetery. Mr. Ray, who lived in Kennett fo 19 years, died of a heart attad at his home Tuesday night. He wa a retired farmer. He is survived by his wife, MVs Mary Ray; four daughters, Mrs Bertha Turman of Senntb, Mo Mrs. Jewel Rcznick of St. Louis Mrs, Helen Lriwis of Richmond, Va and Mrs. Silva Gibbs of Mt. Vcr lion, Mo,; and two sons, BitenI Ha of Clarkton, Mo., and Eugene Ra of Kennett. Emerson and Sons Funeral Hon [Of Hornersville, Mo., was JD charge. • * * Charles Travis Services Sunday Services for Charles Dec Travis. Jr., of Cooler, Mo,, will he con- Victoria Negro Held for Thefts Lee Brown, Victoria Negro, was tdered held to await Circuit Cour \ctlon on two charges of burglary mi one charge nf grand larceny :iid was fined $50 and costs and entenccd to six months on the :oimly farm on a charge of petit arcony in Municipal Court in CG- cola this morning. Brown was charged with entering i cafe and Negro school at Victoria. Officer.s .said lie entered'the cafe Sunday and the school several vceks ago. The amounts stolen vere not known. Bond for the two 'etony charges were set at $2,500 Biown also was charged with the .heft of $10 from a fellow NC^-TO prLsoner at the county Jail in Osccola Sunday night. Liberian Woman Will Speak at Negro Church Mary Brent Slaughter of Monrovia, Liberia, West /.files, will be guest speaker at the Bethel A. M. E. Church at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday. Her talk will be on the social customs, traditions and conventions of her native land-" She Is a graduate of the Sampion-Biouks College, an American mission In Africa. Having travelled In the United Hearing Is Set For Memphian Preliminary hearing for a Mem- ihts man charged with manslaughter in the traffic deaths of a Kennett, Mo., family of three will held Saturday morning In Sherman, Miss. Edward Borchert, Memphis, was held following the collision near Sherman Tuesday that resulted in the deaths of Mr. and Mrs. William K, Laney and their two-months- old son, Robert Allan. Justice of the peace Claude Brown will preside. Mr. Borchert is free under $1.000 bond. States for three months on a lecture tour, she Is endeavoring to Rive credit, to American citizens for the educational aid given to her people. Carrie B. White, Harrison High I llance and w. H. Moss and B. M School teacher, .will be in charge' Ivy, representatives of the laymen. of the program. She will be assisted by Rev. Pearl James, representative of the inter-denomlnattonal al- Cadets Hear Talks on CAP Camp t last night'i meet- Ma). Leo Alverson, Air Force laison officer, and Col. Marvin Melton, CAP wing commander, spoke ;o ofiicers and cadets of the Blylhe- vllle Civil Air Patrol Squadron at meeting of the group last night. Colonel Melton spoke on the summer encampment of cadets which will last for two weeks beginning Aug. 13 at 'linker Air Force Base, Okla. Approximately 20 Blylheville men are expected to attend the encampment. They will be flown to Tinker in a C-46 transport. Maj. R. W. Nichols, of Armorel, commanding officer of the Blytheville squadron, told of plans of Mississippi County schools for inaugurating courses in aeronautics. Lt. Percy Wright, cadet commandant, nnd Capt. Rouse Harp spoke to the cadets ing. A shift meeting will be held at Blythe'ville Municipal Airport Thursday night and a wing meeting Is .scheduled to be held In Little Rock Tuesday. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., July 7. W—(USDAl—Hogs 7000; active barrows and gilts mostly 50 higher than Thursday's average; bulk 180-230 Itas 24.00-25. top 24.25 freely equaled high time since November, 1948; few 240-260 Ibs 23.5024.00; heavier hogs very scarce; scattered small lots 270-300 Ibs 21.75-23.00; most sales 150-170 Ibs 2250-23.50; 120-140 Iba 20.00-S1.75; 100-110 Ibs 18.00-1B.OO; lows, 25 higher; bulk sows under 400 Ibi 18.2S-1».50; heavier towt U.It- 17.50; ttagi 11.50-14.00; boan 1.0010.50. Cattle 800; calves 700; «ow», heifers and lightweight yearlings about steady; cows opened steady, but later bids unevenly lower; bulli 25 higher; vealers steady; low choice 687 Ib heifers 31.00; few medium and low good heifers and mixed yearlings 25.00-28.75; eom- mon and medium beef cows 21.50; canner* and cutlen 18.50. Contact Us For Th« Best. In Wedding Pictures FAUGHFS STUDIO New Gtemc Bid*. rb*» UU Damages Car A 1340 Oldsmoblle owned by Roy Pruitt of Blytheville was damaged slightly early this afternoon when Ignition wiring became ignited. The tar was in the GOO block on West Main Street at the time of the blaze. ducted at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Cooler MethodLsL Church by the Rev. Marvin Niblnck, pnstor. Buria! will be in Ml. ZIon Cemetery at Slcclc. Mr. Travis, who wns 34, died of gunshot wounds nt his home early last evening. Pemiseol County Coroner Jimmle Osburn of Wardell. said the wounds were self-Inflicted. Steele Odd Fellow Lodge will have graveside services for Mr. Travis who was R veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Betty Travis; a daughter, Gloria Jean Travis; his mother, Mrs..Sally Travis, all of Cooter; six brothers, Tlielbert Travis of Caruthersvllle, Carl Travis of Jackson, Mich., Joe and Frank Travis of La Cross, Va.. Calvin Trnvis of Cooler, and Bill Travis, who Is stationed In Hawaii; two sisters, Mrs. Velma Campbell of Cooter and Mrs. Virgie MeFall of Memphis, Tenn. German Funeral Home of Steele is in charge. Relax... Enjoy a c-o-o-l, c-o-o-1 Summer LIGHTWEIGHT Shirts and Sports Shirt The best things for summer in the city or vacationing nre plenty of Arrow lightweights! Handsome shirts and sports shirts in c-o-o-I, porous, mcsh- weavc fabrics that admit every breeze. Sanforized-labeled, of course. See them here—Uxlayl ,,..>>>*; HUBBARD HARDWARE'S SPECIALS BEGIN SATURDAY Check These Specials — Come In For Many More! COUPON SPECIAL! Clip out the coupon below and bring U fo our store. . .you'll save 31c on this beautiful 6 piece Tumbler Set. Perfect for summer fable service in the popular Forest Green color. Sorry, just one to a customer. Forest Green Tumbler Set SUPERLECTRIC IRON PICNIC JUG Streamlined electric iron at an u n usually low price during this $;tle. 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