The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1950 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 20, 1950
Page 9
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THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1950 BMTHEVTIM.E (ARK.) COURIER NKWS PACE NINE Communist Officais Meet in Berlin World Eyes Cominform of Convent/on' BERLIN, July 20. (AD Top brass of Communist Ku- rope and. Ucrl China assembled today for what appeared to be an important Cominform meeting under the cover of a Communist Party convention. Communist representatives from 18 nations—many of them bigwigs in the Moscow-directed cominform —came here ostensibly for today's opening of the third annual convention of Bast Germany's Socialist Unity (Communist) Party. It was the gathering of Red leaders since the outbreak of the Korean war. Thn meeting came as Cominform pressure was being stepped up a- gainsi. Yugoslavia, bitter foe of Hie Soviet b!oc. Greece In Dancer? It »lso name less than 48 hours afler the Unllfrt Nations commil- Iff. on the Balkans warned U. N. Secretary Oencral Tryjjve Lie that the Cominfnrm may he plan- nine »n attack on Crecce. For several weeks there have Wen reports n! tnxip movements ^fctld border securllj- measures In ^^tilicaria, Romania »nd Hungary. • II good cominform members and nrijrhhori of Greece ttr Vusosli- rli. Tner« was also n report from Karlsbad, Czechoslovakia, that Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Y. Vishlnsky had cut short, n vacation of nearly two months at that health resort and had left for an undisclosed spot. It was the first news of vlshinsky since mid-May. Vishlnsky May AHend There was no indication, however, that Vishinsky was in Berlin. These events indicated to wary Western observers that the many leaders of the international Red organization here probably had been drawn to Berlin by more than the Socialist, Unity Congress. Among the Red notables arriving, purportedly for the party convention, were Russia's M. R Suslov . tnd P. N. pospelov. Suslov Is sec- I retary of the Knssian Communist Party's Central Committee and is Russia's cominform dclecate. Italian Communists Italy's Communists were represented oy Palmiro Togliatti and France's reds by Jacques Duclos, both prominent figures at previous Cominform sessions. Other arrivals were: Wang Chla Hsiang of the Chl- Central Committee, Premier € isef Cyrankicwicz and Jakub Bcr- an of Poland's communist pollt- buro, Josef Reval oi Hungary. Foreign Minister Mintsche Neitchcv of Bulgaria, '• I5eputy ' Premier Vasile Luca of Romania and Josef Frank .of Czechoslovakia. VA Provides Housing Loans To Former GIs Obituaries WASHINGTON, July 20 (AN— Direct housing loans to former servicemen become available today out of a $150.000,000 Veterans Administration kitly. The VA—whtch nirendy gunrnn- tees repayment of private 4 per cent home loans—said It was puL- tiiiB the new fiprvicR Into e iti relatively thinly-populated nren.i vhcre veterans are having trouble getting mortgages at the low orcst rate. The action was annotmrert ye.s- :crday. lifted on tlie heels ttf a Pros- linl order lo tighten federally- Insured financing of homo pur chases aixri thus cliscoruage easy term housing credit. Tt\c VA loans, tViso at 4 per cei\ interest mid repayable In 30 years we 1 re authorized by ConRrcss ervrlie Ihis year-. They cannot ho lor mor than $10.000 tinrt arc subject to th following conditions: 1. The veteran must b<? a pond! credit risk and the monthly payments on lils mortgage must bear a proper relationship to his income. 2. The veteran must not have itiadc previous use of the provision under which the VA guarantees aanks ami olhcr private lenders I hat tliey will pet back money loaned for housing at the 4 per cent rare. jurley Cohoon Of Holland Dies C/ng Leopold foted Throne Belgians Scrvic'es for Onrlcy Cohoon who died at UV.-15 last night will be "onducterf at 2:30 tomorrow at Ihe Icmtl MclliodLst Church by the Rev. Everett NcblcLt, paslor. Buvlal will he in Elm wood Cemetery. Mr. Cohoon. who was 50, died at Us homo nenr Holland, Mo., after a short illness. Pallbearers will be Bill Sherwood Harry Brown, Jeft Northern, Fr«Hi Swindle, Guy Horrid and Basil Ed- \vavds. Mr. Concxm Is survived by his wife Mrs, Thclma Cohoou of HoUaud; i son, ncrl of Campbell, Mo,, nnd twi brothers, Charles nnd Russell Co honn, both of Holland. Cobb Funeral Home ks In charge 35 a circus performance on Main Street in Oconto,*>Fis. It wasn't big circxis—only one act—but it gave a big thrill to a b*<5rldden girl who doesn't have long to live. The performance was for nine-year-old Sandra Medd, seen propped up in the window at left. A circus performer puts the elephant through its paces for the littie girl who is doomed to die of cancer. CIRCUS FOR SANDRA—This wa a big circxis—only one set—-but it g FAIR Truman Call May Get Quick Answer Continued from page 1. seat.s win be 25 cents each, however. Mr. Blaylock said that- the Fair Association has again this year been 'attoled $5,000 by the state lor the Arkansas District fair. La^t. year, the a.ssoclatiqr\ was allotted an aciditinoa 1$5[),'000 by the const.ruction of the women's exhibit building find the erection oi fencing around the fairgrounds. Member. 1 ) of the Board of Direc- ors of the Fair Association are Mr. .utry, Mr. Blaylock, Mr, Prior, iharles Abbott, R. 13. Hughes, J- A. cech, Russell Phillips, Raleign ylve-ster, E. R. Jack.son, Tayor, C* F. Tompkins and B. G. West. F. G. Gipson Wins Presidency of 'Roosters Club' f. P. (Hoot) Gipson was elected president of the Exhausted Rooster Club, a Junior Chamber of Com mercc "alumni" group, at R meeting last night in the Jaycee clubhous on North Second Street. He succeeds J. T. Surlbury. Other officers elected last nigh Include Carl Gansky. vice president Sanforrt Boone. secretary; a ltd Far ris McCalla, treasurer. Mr. McCull was re-elected. Mr. Boone succec Bancroft Terry as secretary, The Exhausted Roosters Club composed of Jaycees who have reached trie age of 3fi, the maximum nge limIL of the club. A fish fry preceded the election of officers. The Roosters Club also voted to donate a concrete sidewalk to be Two Arkansons On Casualty List WASHINGTON, July 20, f>Tj Corean War Casually List No. 31 ssued by the Defense Department oday, reported one killed in ac ion, 33 wounded, id injureri ant t8 missing in action. Two oE thi :iumber are Air Force personne] ,he re&t Army. (Wounded are thosi hurt in combat, injured are those in accidents.) Ti^e list includes: Injured: Pfc Lawrence E. Rogers, son of Willie R, Rogers, Route 4, Searcy, Ark. Missing in action: Cpl. Samuel E- Crosby, son of Mrs. Sallie E. Crosby, Route 4, Box 163, Camden, Ark. WASHINGTON, July 20. (fl*>— payers 'resident Truman's call for "sub-1 tantial" tax increases to help fight >nnimunist oppression may be ushcd to Congre55 as v earJy as next veek. Capitol sources reported this to- ly, while Congressmen were ngree- ng generally that Mr. Truman must be given new economic powers to .peed rearmament and curb infla- km. But some Republicans, notably Senators Taft nnd Brlcker of Ohio Wherry of Nebraska, called for cautious study of the* wide range of location, priority and credit- controls requested. The lax message, It was reported. nay follow quickly Mr. Truman's midyear economic report. This is due early in the week. It, will appraise Hie economic impact of the Korean war and the proposed $.10,000,000,000 starter on ne» defense spending. Those who have been in touch with the men helping draft the Truman fax proposal say they believe its aim will he to recover about n. much revenue as was cut off in the >enate Accepts Red Hunt End WASHINGTON, July 20._(AP) — Overriding vehement Republican protests, the Senate voted toUny accept a report by Democrats denouncing (he communisLs-in- ;nvernment charges of Senator McCarthy (R-Wis) as a "fraud and a hoax." The straight party line voU? was to 37-r-Democrats Ior r Republicans against. Excess Profits Tax Demanded WASHINGTON, July 20. Wj—Dn- iuands arose oh Capitol Hill today for a' multi-billion dollar excess profits lax on corpornlions, to prevent profi tec ring. Arkansas Marine Corps Mobilization Ordered; 10-Day Ready Notice LITTLE HOCK, July 20. (/P>— Arkansas' isili U- S. Marine Corp* infantry Battalion was alerted today for full mobiliznllon. MaJ. William Kennedy, Jr., commanding officer of the bat- tall ton, which headquarters I n Little Rock, told a news conference thfil 335 men o| his unit have been Instructed lo "be ready to move within 10 days" after an order for mobilization is received. "This Is 0. warning order," Kennedy said. "Units will b« assigned lo stations of IntlUal deployment by scparnte directives to be liuiicct by (he Marines Corps. Movement to stations of initial deployment will commence within ton days after receipts of orders to active duty." He added thai "administrative details will follow shortly." BRUSSELS, July 20. W-KIllR ofokl in was voted back lo his tirone by the Belgian parliament oday. He hns been In exile in S\vitzer- and since the war. The question f bringing him back split Belgium badly for months. vviUi I'f Socialists particularly being biv- crly o|i)»scrt to his rclntn. A joint session of both houses of parliament, cast 198 nlfirmalivc votes lor Leopold's return, wit iiost, opposition Socialists, Liberals and Communists abstaining In pio- !est. There nre 387 mcmfoer.s n botl' house. 1 ;. The decision was on legislation l< end tlie resdicy oi I'.-lncc Charles Leopold's brother. s president of the Stale Assocla- ion of Lite Underwriters. Witiford WyaU, president of th» Uytheville associ?AIon ard Pavrt ion, secretary-treasurer, also art attending the meeting. Tetanus Is Fatal To Negro Youth The fourth death tn Mississippi County this years caused by tctnnu.s was ircported thts .moruinj; when Matlliews Mack. 14-year-old Ncyro boy, died at the niythcvlllc Hospital. atthews slcppcd on a stiver of wood Friday nnd tetanus set in. He died early today. There have been five cases of tctnnu.s reported by the Mississippi County Health Unit this year. Blytheville Men Attend Lire Insurance Meeting Lynn W. Brown, Blytheville insurance man, today is prc.sldlng at the 1950 leadership meeting Iti r>(tlln Rock for presidents and secretary- treasurers of Life Underwriters Association of the state. Mr. Brown That's sc-nslbEe advice! When (hat first worn spot on soles or JIwls appear*, lot our sli(>« lliiclnrs j;o io work! Transportation Plan h Laid Out for U.S. WASHINGTON, July 20. W>—A complete blueprint for federal regulation of U. S- transportation in event of need is on file with the National Security Resources Board. Col. J. Monrop. Johnson, chairman of the Interstate Conrxmerce Commission, told reporters today fie 1948 tax cut bHI-~biil not nccessar- submitted such & plan to NSRB ily'frnm the same groups of tax- nearly a year ago, -. - constructed frontage of lot. across the 140-foot the Jaycce clubhouse Negro 4 H Clubs Plan Annual Rally! Twenty-three Mississippi County Negrc 4-H Chibs will hold their : 17 annual county rally at Wilson tomorrow. i 1 U L. Phillips, state 4-H Club agent, will be guest speaker, George S. Stewart, assistant county agent for Negro work, said. Activities ior the ra«y will include a quiz contest, stimts, talent show, ball gumes, free movies and a chicken dinner. I..ocal leaders and 4-H Cltib members from nciphl>ormg counties have been invited, Stewart said. DO YOU OWN A HOME? HERE IS A SUMMER SPECIAL: Any ordinary ho us* treated for termitet - 50 We don'l have lo prsclice or experiment on yoar job—we have had 12 years of experience AD our work is done according to regulations, our work is licensed by the Arkansas Stale Plant Board. FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE—IF NEEDED SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. 535 N. 6(h. Phone 2350 H. C. Rlankcnship.. .L. J. 7c!ler Call 60S6 Call 3579 Hurry! Last 3 Days — Thursday, Friday, Saturday Paint an average 5-room bonse, 2 coats for only MS with Jim Brown Dependable Qualify WEARBEST HOUSE PAINT 2 .99 3-700O Pw Gallon M 5 Go/. 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Enclosed gears, oilless bearings. Anniversary Special! RACER Bl KES .95 37 105 W. Main 24-m. Boys' and Girls' Styles Sleek, streamlined beauties! Not "stripped down" to make this low price possible, but complete with kickstand, chain guard ;md rear reflector. Boys' in Red and White; Girls' in Blue and While. U.*M- H.JSOJ 20-Inch 36.95 26-Inch .. .. . . 38.9S 1IUM-UU07 14.4SOO-14-4301 EXTRA SAVINGS) Ov.r 15.000 iTcirti. Com* IR and icl«<1 the iSinSt y«« n«cd o! lh« Cololoj Order D»k. I'hotxc 5S1 a cowrm STCMKS Bl>'lhevi!l«, Arkansas DISTILLERY CO., LOUISVIUI 4 T1AR> OLD • »* PROOf

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