The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 13, 1950 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JULY IS, 1950 BLYTHEVFLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Solons Ask Use Of Atomic Bomb; National Guard ongress Indicates Regard for Growing Seriousness of War WASHINGTON. July 13, UP) — Congressional demands for threatening the Korean Communists with the A-bomb and calling up the National Guard served today as index to the growing seriousness with which lawmakers nre treating the world situation. Members of the House npplauded yesterday when Rep. Bentsen (D- Tex) said that Mr. Truman should give the Coinmnnist.s one week to get out of Southern Korea. If they refuse, he said, the President should then supply their commander with a "named list of principal North Korean cities which would he subjected to atomfc attacks by our air forces." Call Up Cuarri? Another Texas Democrat, Senator Lyndon Johnson, raised the proposal of calling National Guard and reserve forces immediately, ire followed it up by telling a reporter: "We ate going to be forced to do this anyway in time and the sooner |.the better. ^|Sk.less we move quickly there is a cmtnce that our boys will be pushed clear nut of Korea." Senator Brewster (R-iMe> proposed that it be left up to General MacArthur whether to use atomic bombs on the Communists. He offered this idea of his own: Bombs for Lives "The Communists should understand that we are not spending billions for bombs out of scientific curiosity. Presumably they are designed to save the lives of American boys," Tracy S. Voorhees, former under secretary cf the Army, told a House committee that an atomic attack on the United States itself is now "more than a possibility." He sairi that if an attack does come, it wil doubtless be a big one aimed at Industrial centers. McMath to Speak To Voters Here Tomorrow Night Governor Sid McMath will fly lo BlyLheville tomorrow afternoon from Jonesboro for a handshaking and speaking appearance, William \Vya(L, Number 9 planter in charge of arrangements, today announced. Arriving about 5 p.m. at the Bly- thevllle Municipal Airport, lie will he met by n delegation of citizens from Blytlicville. Dell. Manila Lrachville and south Mississippi Covinty, Mr. Wyntt said. Governor McMalh plans lo speak j at 8 p.m. tomorrow on (lie Court House, la TO. In case of, rain the speech will lie delivered from the Memorial Auditorium, Mr. Wyatt said. \ T. F. fDotO Dean ts to be master of ceremonies for (lie rally, and music and other entertninnihil will begin at 7 o'clock. There will be no other speakers or announcements, he said. PAGE THREE Call for Blood Donors Issued to Aid Blythevilli Woman Heeding Surgery A call for blood rionors to replace plasma needed to treat a Blythcvilln woman was issued today by friends of Mrs. Ciinrtcs Haney. Mrs. Hancy Is scheduled to undergo an operation July 21 at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Blood transfusions before and after (lie suigery will be required. The donated blood will be vised to replenish the blood bank at. Hnp- tLst Hospital: Mrs. Haney already has received transfusions In treatment, of her illness, : her friends said. They asked (hat residents stop at the hospital when.they are In Memphis and donate blood. Obituaries CONTROLS Rita tor C. C. Brown Are Held at Smithville Service for Charles C. Brown were held this afternoon in Smltliville by the Rev. Gcorec Helms. Burial was n Powliatan Cemetery. Mr. Brown, tanner Northeast Arkansas resident, died Monday In Aurora, III. •fceg Funeral Home of Manila was lu charge. 40 Missco Scouts Given Pre-Camp Physical Exams Physical examinations were given lo more than -to Hoy Scouts of Blytheville, Burdette and Bosnell yesterday afternoon at the Health Unit by Dr. B. p. Scott. Dr. W. T. Rainwater and Dr. Joe Beasley. The examinations are required for entrance to Camp Cedar Valley, the Hoy Scout camp at Hardy, sponsored by (he Northeast Arkansas Council. Wilson Bohanning. field executive for Northeastern Arkansas, sail! about. 56 boys from Mississippi County planned to go to the camp Most of the boys will attend the first session which opens Monday Ready to Handle Navy Recruiters Reserves Here Blytheville's Naval Recruiting Office \s no\v open for business and ready to begin moving volunteer reservists Into active duty. H. O. Tiewater, chief gunners mate and recruiting officer, said yesterday. XAth organized and volunteer re•e^P are wanted by the Navy, primarily for afloat and overseas duty. Chief Tiewater said. Applications are not desired at this time from chief petty officers except In the ratings of sonarmen, flr« controlmen. fire control technicians, air controlmen, minemen, communications technicians, yeomen and photographer's mates, Chief Tiewater said. No volunteers are asfced from enlisted personnel In the recruit and apprentice grades. The Navy's need for officers' applies to the ranks of lieutenant commander and below In the cases of unrestricted line, both aviation and non-aviation, and also supply, dental and civil engineer corps. Officers of. the rank of commander ind below are needed in medical- electronics, Intelligence and communications branches. Officers should submit requests f.)r active duty directly to the Bureau of Naval Personnel, B-ll in Washington, Chief Tiewater explained. The Blylheville office in City Hail Is open from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. each day except Sunday Transportation will be furnished to the office If desired, Chief Tie- wnter said. Nine Negro Children Examined at Clinic Nine Negro children were exain- ined and given innoculations yesterday at the Well Child Clinic which is sponsored by the Blytheville United Council of Church Women. The clinic was conducted in the Mississippi County Health Un here. The First Methodist Church was in charge of yesterday's clinic. Mrs J. C. Droke, Mrs. John Foster and Mrs. Max Parks were assistants. The Well child Clinic for white children will be conducted July 26 Dyess Reports Polio Victim What Is believed to be Mississippi County's second case of Infantile paralysis this summer was reported yesterday from the Dycss vicinity. Louise Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Moore of near Dyess, was taken lo University Hospital In Little Rock Tuesday where her case was diagi.osed as polio. Slin was taken to Little Hock by a Murphy Funeral Home ambulance of Lcpanto. KOREA RAID Continued from Page 1 Continued from Page 1 ghmit the day. An advanced headquarters spokesman said several bridges across the winding Kum River. 13 miles ! north of Tnejon, were blown up I last night. One was u large railway ! bridge. General MacArthur announced; the appointment la.st midnight of Gen. Walker, chief ot the Eighth Army in Japan, as commander of ground forces in Korea. The Eighth Army lias .set up an advanced command post in Korea and taken over the jou or U. S. Army Forces in Korea (USAFIK). The latter command was abolished. Walker commanded the famed armored "ghost corps" of General George Pattern's Third Army in Europe. He was cited by Britain and praised by the U. S. War Department (now the Department of the Army) for his coordination of infantry and armored groups. Walker made a flying visit to the Korean fighting front Saturday. One squadron of the B-29s carried more than three times the we .. of explosives carried by the famous B-24s of World War II. Jettison Bomber The planes carried men like Staff Sgt. William T. Ayres ,a tall gim- ncr of Jonesboro. Ark., and Oraville, Wash. He was shot down In Europe and imprisoned by the Germans In World War II. And yet what happened when oui No. 4 motor started spouting oil? "Nuts," said Patrick, "this Is i fine way to make our first mission.' ''Come on," said CapL James I. Eefton, Bloomington, Ind., "We can make it on three engines. Come on let's go." Bui, Patrick decided against il when we started losing a gallon ol till every three seconds. We cul tlic offending motor and circled over tile ocean to drop our bombs. With our bombs gone, we weighed around 114,000 pounds and were | considered safe for landing. MacArthur did not say if Walker would return to Korea. Gen. J. Lawton Collins, Army chief of staff, and Gen. Hoyt Van- dcnberE:, Air Force chief of .staff, conferred here with MacArthur and, presumably, with Walker. Adm. Arthur W. Hadforrl, commander in chief for the Navy in the Pacific, was flying from Pearl Harbor to Tokyo to confer with Mac Arthur. MacArthur's communique said tile 15th and Fifth North Korean Divisions have started a drive to the southwest "in a. wide envelopment heading for Hamchang," 45 miles northeast of Taejon and on a line that would take them to the Pusan- Taejon railroad if they were successful. Continued from Page I their plants In materials lo keep full operation. With the arrival of increasingly Kslmlstic reports from the Korean front, there has been growing sentiment for much more drastic measures. However, the advocates of a quick plunge Into homc-Ircmt mobilization apparently are less numerous than tho.se who feel Unit action should be delayed until the needs of the armed forces become more clear. U Is understood that the Defense Department has not yet .supplied a fully rounded estimate of Ms probable needs. Driver Is Fined Vaughn C, Smith was fined $35 and costs in Municipal Court this morning on a charge of driving while under the influence of liquor. JULY SPECIAL! Recover Your DINING ROOM CHAIRS \Ve Will Furnish LABOR And Your Choic* of Beautiful Hard Finished WINE or GREEN SATIN STRIPE 4 Chairs A75 Bottoms Only 7 6 Chairs Bottoms Only ONE-DAY SERVICE \Ve Call For and Dclivet 14" The House of Charm (Deal's) • I'hone 6190 So. Hiway (il ROBBERY Continued from Page 1 mal charge pending InvpsllRailon. The uiilo (oiind in u Held by Inspector Smnlley has been stored in 3. B. Woods Carinio a I Lnxorn. Austin told police ho hus served wo sentences In lim.shy Mnun- ain, Tcnii., Prison Farm lor housebreaking and larceny. Hobfoorv was lescribed as the motive for the lotel room mnrdri. POLIO CoiUimiort from Pago 1 needed to construct and properly cqnlji the clinic's now home. Hnatirr ConimiUcr Members Members or the finnnre com- mittee nrc: Jlmmle Sander*, chairman; O. E. Knurtsen, Dick Wat.son. S. K. Tune, Unrry Lc- vllch, n. M. Lognn, T. K. (Doc> Dean, 'Arthur S. Harrison, Eddie Ford, mid r,. E. Isaacs. The campaign for funds will be n coimly-wjdc nffair, It Wiis pultilrd nut. with every civic or- Kanl/atlon in the county to be a.ikecl lo contribute, A committee of Klwanians will be appointed In (lie near future to visit with these clvle on:ani/a(ions nml solicit tlielr contributions. Mr. Craflon announced that several contributions of building material have been received to date. The.se include cno»l;h rmi|>h lumber nncl skiing to cover Hie outside of tlic barrnck.s building which was donated by the City of Hlyltievillc as the new home for the clinic, and plumbing, labor and material. Rite for the new clinic building was furnished by the county and the barracks building was moved from the sir base to the Court House lawn bj Virgil Folcy, professional nous* mover, at no cost to the club, Civic Confrihutloni Kiwanis Club officials pointed nut that It Is hoped enough contributions will be received from county civic, organizations to fill the $3,500 quota but added tha.* Individuals desiring lo contribute should contact Mr. Crafton or S. I,. Nabers. co-chairmen of the project, or a member of the finance committee. rt was also announced at yej- tc-rday's meeting that the Kiwanls Club will attend Sunday morning services at Calvary Fiaptlst Church ns a group. lilll Sisler and W. I,. Walker were guc.-ils at yesterday's meet- Appreciation Program For Pastor Mitchell at New t thel Church, Sunday, July , 2:15 P.M. Devotion by Deucons of New Belhtl. Words of Welcome by Miss Lefha Mae RurTorH. Response by Mrs. Taylor. Pastor work in jjeneral bv Rev. J. Tinklcy. Solo, Mrs. G. 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