Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 14, 1952 · Page 11
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11 TFT REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1952 BIG THREE IN SPLIT ON ISSUE 0KOL0NIES France Irritated by U. S. Support of Debate on Tunisia, Morocco. By Associated Press UNITED NATIONS. N. Y.—The Big Throe Western Powers were reported split today over the issue of France's North African colonies as the United Nations General Assembly gathered to open its seventh session. Many diplomats here expected the colonial issue to be second only to the Korean question in importance during the 10-week meeting which was scheduled to open at 10 a. m.. Central Standard Time. The crack in Western unity was revealed in reports that the U. S. delegation, headed by Secretary of State Dean Achoson. had decided to support a move for full debate on Tunisian and Moroccan complaints against France's rule over them. Both France and Britain oppose putting the Tunisian and Moroccan question on the agenda. The French also have voiced strong Irritation over the U. S. attitude on colonial questions. Ask Support mi POW Issue The U. S. delegation had disclosed that Acheson will bring up the Korean War when he leads off the general policy declarations tomorrow. He was reported ready to urge an Assembly appeal for Communist acceptance of an armistice at once along the lines proposed by the II. N. Command. The U. S. wants the Assembly to support the U. N. Command's position that no prisoner of war should be sent home against their own will. Negro Newspapers Split on Election By Associated Press WASHINGTON — Two Negro newspaper syndicates which backed the Democratic nominees of 1948 and 1944 were split today on this year's candidates. The Atlanta Daily World announced it vvill support the GOP ticket. A member of the World's staff said two semi-weekly affiliates, the Birmingham World and the Memphis World, both published in Atlanta, also are endorsing the GOP. Monday night John H. Seng- stacke, president of a Chicago firm which publishes Negro newspapers in four states, said the papers will support the Democratic ticket. The papers have a combined circulation of about 340.000. rOLICE COURT Fines assessed before Magistrate Allan Dulaney included: M. C. Moore, $15.40 for disturbance; Clayton Sledge, $14.40 on drunk charge; Abbie Baker, $14.40 for disturbance; William Gilbert, $9.40 for illegal parking. When you're driven to distraction, Take this road to satisfaction The Know-It-Owl says: LOOK in the YELLOW PAGES -the CLASSIFIED section of your telephone directory for • AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING • TIRE REPAIRING & RECAPPING • AUTOMOBILE RENTAL • GARAGES (STORAGE) A PARKING 1 LINDBERGH'S SON BACK FROM SEA EXPEDITION—.Ton Lindbergh, 20-year-old son of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, holds n plankton net as he sits on rail of oceangoing tug Kevin Moran at Hobokcn, N. J., (Oct. 5) on his return from a 10,000-mile ocennogruphk: expedition. Lindbergh, student of biology at Stanford University, was a student-member of the expedition headed by Dr. \V. Maurice Ewlnp of Columbia University. Planktons caught In net arc tiny marine animals which are the main food of sea creatures. (AP Wirephoto). Child Rescues Dad From Sand By Associated Press FT. ANN, N. Y.--Five-year-old Donald Green, armed with his own small shovel, rescued his father after a sand slide that took the life of his grandfather Monday. Willis Green, 78, and his son, Arthur, 50, were trapped while digging sand on the elder Green's farm near this Lake George community. The walls of the pit gave way. burying the older man in 35 feet of sand and covering Arthur to his armpits. Donald ran from a nearby play area with his shovel and dug his father free. They both then worked frantically at the sand covering Willis Green but could not find him. Other men finally reached the body. Files Suit for Divorce Here Beatrice Ray tiled suit for divorce against Arthur Ray in circuit court here late yesterday, charging cruelty and habitual drunkenness in the complaint. The plaintiff was granted an injunction restraining the defendant from molesting her. They were married November 30 1934 and separated October 6, 1952 the complaint states. Attorney John A. Kirk represents the plaintiff. . ASPIRFITTI FOR FOR C HILDBjVI MOTHERS JA-er, TO GIVE DEPENDABILITY A GALLANT handful of men. who have brought ajid kept the taw in the great open spaces about the arctic cirde! The Royal Northwest Mounted Police are a body that can be depended on) Our skilled staff is a body of conscientious workers who can be depended upon to carry out your every wish Your choice of appointments determines the cost of the ceremony. Ulners funeral 9erbict Radio (Central Standard Timet POLITICS TONIGHT: Radio—MBS 8:55 Gen. Eisenhower from San Antonio, Tex., in a five-minute birthday talk to full network. Radio and TV—CBS and Dumont, 9.30 Gov. Stevenson from Salt Lake City to full network. NEW YORK—Tickets to radio and television broadcasts are free, but that doesn't mean they are always easy to get. A lot of factors enter into their distribution. A given studio has only so many seats, and in New York City fire laws restrict overcrowding. Popularity of a particular show multiplies the demand for tickets. NBC reports it often receives more requests for some show in one week than it can fill in a year. Statistically, NBC says that last year it handed out 3,232,913 tickets. CBS gave out 4.600,304. Not all of these went directly to the public. The bulk of them are distributed through various other channels, Some programs urge the radio audience to write in for tickets. There are many others which are "SRO" shows. Arthur Godfrey's morning show on CBS is one. Although on the air five times a week, he is present at only four broadcasts. He uses a studio seating but 200 or so guests. * In the order given, this is how the demand for NBC programs rates. Sid Caesar's Show of Shows, Howdy Doody and Toscanini. The Milton Berle show, another facing heavy requests, has cased the situation somewhat by moving to much larger quarters where about 3,000 seats are available. # Bob Thomas Lonely Boys in Uniform Prefer Home-Type Girl to Pin-up Cuties Britain Rejects Persian Terms By Associated Prrss I.UNDON •- Britain sent off a nnti' lo Iran today rejecting Pre­ mier Mohammed Mossadegh's terms for settling the Anglo-Iran oil dispute, official sources said. The Iranian leaaer demanded seven days ago a British down payment of 20 million pounds, $56,000,010 as an essential first step towards a settlement. By BOB THOMAS Associated Press Staff Writer HOLLYWOOD Servicemen in World War 11 may have gone for the glamor girl pin-up. hilt Ol's of today prefer the home-type girl. That's the contention of Rebel Randall, favorite disc jockey of U. S. soldiers and sailors all over the world. Her show is carried over armed forces radio service to wherever American men are serving. Naturally, she gets a flood of letters from lonesome boys. * • • "Of course, they have their pinups," said Rebel, who is plenty all right in the cheesecake department herself. "But they seem more concerned With the girls they left back home. The letters I get are a perfect example. "All of them are respectful; I have never yet had one in bad taste. Nearly every one remarks that my voice reminds them of someone they know back home— their girl friend, sister or mother." * • • She took a letter from her cop­ ious files to illustrate her remarks 1 It was from a 01 in Korea and it read: "Rebel. I hope \ou IHAPT ui \r up that program as lone a> one of our men is in Korea 1 douht very much if you realize IUM how- much of a morale-booster It is ... 1 The first time I heard you. 1 thought that vou had the warmest most com|iclhng voice I'd e\cr hen rd "And most o! the men 1 knew thought the same (lung One thing that's really ama/.ing is the tact that no one ever marie a disrespectful remark about you." * # * Rebel remarked that such i e- actions from today's GI's are because their average age is much low-er than in World War II. "Most of them were taken right out of school," she said. "They j think about home r. lot more." Rebel admitted that some of her 'letters get pretty serious. She has had many offers of marriage. Its Fbfgers- tfie Flavor says so i J$+HOW TO LIKE YOUR HOME MORE!!! ^\ CUPCO NEW ALL-ALUMINUM STORM SASH AND SCREEN COMBINATION IS THE ANSWER With CUPCO you'll have new beauty, new wrings and added protection against weather for your home. 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