The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1950 · Page 6
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SEC BtYTHEVlLLE (ARK.) COUHTER NEWS French Ready to Build New Armed Strength PARIS, July 19. (4V-The French government Is using the Ko- r*tn war a* * lever lo Iniild up France's armed strength. Spurred by the newest Communist aggression In Asia, the new cabinet ha* expressed its determination to arm France as fast and furiously is possible. ftene Pleven. Ihe new premier, \vns At] active proponent of re- jmument when he served as defense minister In Georges Bidault's cabinet earlier (his year. Since he became premier and Hie Korean war started, he has redoubled his efforts, • Korei and rearmament were reported set for major discussion • t today's regular cabinet meeting. Informed sources say the cabinet may consider a bill to keep half the current class of conscripts In uniform. This would give extra (raining to 90,000 soldiers and 4.000 jailors There are reports also that France may decide to send a small naval detachment to join United Nations forces in the Korean lighting. The Increased emphasis on defense is expected to produce new French appeals for more U. S. money and arms, probably at the conference in London next week of Atlantic Pact deputies. At that conference Prance also may seek machinery for the manufacture of artillery which the fighting in Korea has showed is needed to >lop tanks, Senator Claims U. S. Will Use A-Bomb WASHINGTON, July 10 (AP) — Snalor Lyndon B. Johnson (D-Tox) *ays the Uniled States \vi]| use the atomic bomb "if anrt when it can be used to stem the tide of aggression," But Rep. francp.s nollon (n- Ohlo) says she is .shocked by tho Idea that an A-bomb might be dropped on Korea. Johnson said in a radio broadcast that the United States must keep in mind (hat Russia also has the A-bomb ami might use II. MM. Bollon lold the House yesterday thai, use of the bomb on North Korea would have little military value. "To tbe the atom bomb simply to kill Koreans would give the Orient- WASHINGTON 1800-1950 JNATIONAL CAPITAL SESOUICENTENNIAL STAMP OF JUSTICE—The Judicial branch of the government is, commemorated on this three-cent stamp which will go on first day sale at Washington, D. C., on August 2. Central design on the purple stamp is a reproduction of. the Supreme Court Building. Jonesboro Man to Learn of Crime JONKSHORO, July 19. CAP) — Tommy Popcjoy of Joncsboro i.s go- to have two years to figure out a few things about crime. Three months ago he broke into a Ineal cafe, cut his haitd cracking a window gla.s-s and was arrested 15 minutes later in possession of two bloody nickels and three pennies taken from the cafe. He plcatl guilty ancl was sentenced to iwo years, Judge Charles Lip iH suspended it. Ln,st week he was arrp.stcd In ]>OK- sc.s^ion of a rooster. He admitted als reason to believe that we mally are against the Orientals," she declared. stealing three chickens a few minutes earlier. At a special hearing he plead guilty and. Judge Li^ht gave him two more years. The judge revoked the previous suspension and ordered the two tomis to run concurrently. Popcjoy was taken to Tucker Farm yesterday to start serving hU time. Britain has BO eliding schools, with more than 700 Instructors, There are 65 churches of Laiter-Day Saints (Mormons) in Britain, At Pine Bluff, Friday, July 14, BEN LANEY Said: Kflirlnlcd Frnm The PINE BLUFF COMMERCIAL Satru- day, July 15. 1950. Poor Man Can't Be Good Governor - - - "Any man without money can't make a good governor," said Laney, who is himself considered wealthy. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1950 Laney-McMath Feud Flares On Bitter Personal Attacks Renewed by Candidates For Arkansas Chief LITTLE ROCK, July ID. MV-Ben Laney last night denounced the "half-baked Truman-McMnth brand of socialism, and Sid McMath tied into for "old business Ben. The two chief candidates for the Democratic nomination for gover- lor continue their bitter personal attacks as the date of probable decision drew near. The preferential primary will be next Tuesday, and both McMath and Laney have said they believe the issue will be settled then, without necewity of a runoff. Former Governor Laney, who spolce si, Jonesboro, said that governor Me Math "belongs to the crowd that is following the Truman radicalism." "Traditionally," said Laney "the Democratic Party has recognized the worth of the common man. . Supreme Stale "But a new concept (which he said McMath shared) considers the state supreme and regards the individual as an object to be taxed and regulated from birth to death. "Advocates of this new theory of government see no dangers in enormous public debts; they see no pitfalls in continuously spending more money than is taken in; they recognize no obligation to generations unborn; (he constitution means nothing to them if It gets in their way." . ": Governor McMath said the voters weren't Ruins to give Laney a chance to give them the "business" again. To f>o BusineM Speaking at Harrison, McMath said: "Over at. Marlanna (last week) my opponent declired that he Is going lo do busincs with the people who elect him In this campaign. "Any way you look at It, old Business Ben says he Is going to give you (he business. And when I say give you the business I mean the same monkey business he gave you before. ' "He'd like to give It to you If he could, but he can't because he's not going to get the chance." 28 Miners Saved After Explosion GLASGOW, Scotland. July 19.1 (AP>—An engine room lire which I burned off the cables of » mine I elevator cage trapped 28 miners for' three hours today in the Blanty- referme Mine, 10 miles southeast of Glasgow. Rescuers dug through eight feet of rock from- an adjoining pit and saved them. The skeleton staff ol 2X miners— carrying out routine safety checks in the pit during a continuing iirik» for higher wages—had gone down the pit, shaft shortl;.' before •'spark from an acetylene torch set off an explosion in the engine room. Fire followed. It, burned all the surface Installations and ale through the elevator cable before Ihe men could be brought out of the mine workings 2,000 feel, below the surface. makes a// your cooto'/ra year fastcoofm LL VtOETABU "ANY MAN WITHOUT MONEY CAN'T MAKE A GOOD GOVERNOR".... THIS IS ARROGANCE PERSONIFIED YM, fhlj shocking statement was made by the Wealthy, "third-time" candidate in Pine Bluff on the night of July 14. Is THIS the American dream exploding right here in Arkansas? Can It be true, as Ben Laney said, that the school child today cannot hope to attain high office Jeff Davis (190M!107) George W. Donaghey (1B09-IS)13) Joe T. Robinson (1913) George W. Hays (1913-1917) in this great stronghold of democracy unless he is the fortunate possessor of material wealth? Friends of former Governors, who were men of mqd«t circumstance, will resent the heavy implication that they were not "good Governors." A few of these Governors are listed below: Charles H. Rrnugh (1017-1921) Thomas C. iMcKae (1S>21-1925) Tom J. Terral (1925-1027) John E. iMartincau (1927-1928) Harvey Parnell (1928-1933) .1. Marion. Futrell (1933-1937) Carl E. Bailey (1937-1941) Homer Adkins (1941-1915) nation °w" P . 00r P w S , idEntS " 7 OU 1 Wi " find c "*hrined *. names of Thomas Jefferson, Andrew ' S ° n Snd other Jfa «n<* Democrats who helped write the history of our great ««h dd fc Joseph Addison who sa. r . W6a ! th '. Bcn - but P' COse refrai " from shattering "« hope of those DC r hc " ta9e of equal opportunity. And you might heed the words of "R.ches are apt to betray a man into arrogance " CAREFUL, BEN, CAREFUL-! Bid The Constructive DEMOCRATIC Candidate For A Second Term roliltcal Arty. Paid for by Henry Woods, Campaign Managir. EVERY HEW FALL JACKET REDUCED! LIMITED PRE-SEASON OFFER! Select yours now and save! \ Layaway Sale -Scv« dotlon by selecting yours now I Every Jacket In our complet* fall stock sole priced! Every on« up-to-the-minute in styling; Sheen twills, rich leathers and fine wools In many styles. Tak* advantage of this amazing layaway offer—ul*ct your jacket today; REG. 11.98 SHEEN TWILL JACKET Shown above—newest fur collared flight style of wind-and-water repellent sheen twill. Body-lined with warm wool pile. Knit cuffs and waist. Fall's 4 best coloru maroon, tan, gray and deep green. 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