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July 24, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MCWDAY, JULY K, 1<MW Atlantic Pact Nations Plan Meet to Aid Defense of West BLTTHETTLI/K, (ARK.) COC1HEH NEWS LONDON, July 34 IA>> — The* 1J Atlantic P»cl nations—spurred bj the crlsii in Korea—gel In worlc lomorrow on i five-point, program limed >t bolstering their defense* (•ti'isl Communism in the West, flfhe urgent, need, for quick action was stressed by America's Charles M. Spoltord, who k expected to i*rv« as permanent cKairman of the new Atlantic Pact, Council, « sort of civilian high command. Spofford, who left here from Washington for the council's first meeting tomorrow, told reporters: "The mission of the council meeting will be to speed the North At- »»* irf Council The council, created last May by the. foreign ministers of the 12 pact nations at the, London meeting, has the following tasks'. 1. To create a balancer] eollee.- tlve Iwxe based in Europe, <"* h e«ch country specializing In particular types of forces so as to prevent costly duplications, 2. To set up mobile reserve for- ee» which ran be Alspalched In any trouble spot In the West's defense, chain. .I.' Partial mobilization of industry for war production. i. To lay rlonn a master plan frf rearmament fittrrt In the stra- {h defense plan outlined by the > «( staff. X. To »»r thai the pact partners rarry nut their assignments after they have accepted them. - fl,Meeting" with Spofford on the council will be deputies o! the foreign ministers ot the 11 other pact, nations—Britain. France llaly. Holland. BelBium, Luxembourg. Porln- gal. Norway, Denmark. Iceland and Canada. Defense Needs Stressed Spofford is said lo nave instructions from Washington to urge the other pact members to pay out more for defense needs. Reports from Ihe U.S. capital say President Truman is prepared lo ask Congress for a new $5.000.000.000 arms tlrf program for Western Europe. Some Atlantic Pact members, torn between 3 desire for security and the need for patching up I heir lorr economies, are re[»orted unwilline t< shoulder any heavier military bur dens at this point. Britain, spending between 20 and • Zft per cent of her annual budget on defense, is almost sure to run into opposition from an influential group of leftist, but non-Communist, legislators who argue that a steppcd- up rearmament program would be disastrous to the country's alrearij ever-taxed economy. Brifnns Being Prepared ^There were indications over th fcekeiid, however, that the Labor government is preparing Britons for sacrifices in the interest of defense War Minister John Strachcy as sert^d last night that some of the present plans for domestic recover may have to be thrown overboard i view of the current situation. • -Defense Minister Emanuel Shin well told a Durham nudience Saturday that his task is to "promot adequate defense." Prime Minister Atliee has alrcadj promised to match in some Tva; President Truman's call for ail-on defense efforts. France—about. 550,000 froops a home and abroad. Italy—limited by the Kaliai peace treaty to ^.10.000 men, she I... nell below that figure. j Denmark—might muster up 150,000 men. Norway—up lo ISO.OOfl men. Belgium—could put nearly 80,000 men in the field. Holland—up In 30,000. West Germany—no arm.y. The United States.' Britain and France hive a total of some 250,000 troops stationed In West Germany, but only part, of these are organized in combat divisions. There is one American infantry division and the equivalent of an Armored division in the constabulary brigades. The Western Allies maintain about 70.000 men In Austria. 6 Arkansahs Missing in Korea Hgr The AMoel»Uxl Prtm Six additional Arkansas Soldiers hive be«Q Ilst*d u missing in Action in fighting In Kore«. They »re: : Pvt. Junior Davidson, *oh a( Clifford o. Davidson, Rout4 1, »u- hiaco. Cpl, Morrii Amw, brother n* Mr*. Nor* McKinney, Route 1, DeQueen. Cpl. Lee A. Denlon, »on of Mrs. Lillie Denton, Dcnter. Cpl. Edward D. Eaton, son of William T. Eaton, Route 6, Little Rock. Cpl. Waymaii K. Simpson, KIII of Mrs. Callin K, Simpson. Mena. Pfc. Edward E. Estes, son at Mrs Mary Eaten. Route I. Canehill. Eight BHS Majorettes Attend Baton Twirling Clinic at Arkansas State Eiphl Blythcvillc High School* : drum majorettes left this morning I e . ' [or Jonesboro where they will at- ! Soviet Observes Navy Day with Call for Big Fleet to Meet 'Threat' Hop* Airport Gets Cargo Operations HOPE, Ark., July 2< M>>—The Red River Arsenal, near TexarVcAiia, r»as transferred its air cargo opera- lions to Hie Hope airport. Four-engine cargo pianos of Eastern Airlines and American Airlines riave begun shipment.'; from the Red River Arsenal for West Coast, points. flxsirkiiim arsenal is a major tank iepot. and much of ihc cargo heint loaded here consists o( tank pans, principally tracks. The Hope airfield svas buill. rlur- iB World War II as nil nuxilhuy field for tile Southwest Proving Grounds and has 5,500-foot runways ot heavy concrete. Hardy Man Is Held in Jail After Son Shoots Mother .end a drum major and twirling clinic. The clinic, held on the Arkansas State College campus, began at 10 a,in. todfiy and will continue oiigh Friday. instruction will be eiven in boning, intermediate and advanced on twirling, flap swinging, rope i ling, mm spinning and signal Classes and conferences will be conducted by Eddie Gvolcbe, drum major of the Arkansas State College Band, and Miss Elaine Tauser, former national champion baton twirier now at, Arkansas Slate. A public demonstration in which all students will take part will be held at 8 p.m. Friday to climax the majorettes attending clinic. Blythfiville the clinic include Louise Sullivan, Doris Stone. Ann Bright. Doris Bean. Jean Shellon, Joan Earles. EmarJcl Ewearengcn and Millie Bradley. - frmnn THEATRE OSCEOU 'YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Last Tim* Today 'The Flame' and the Arrow' Siarrinjr Burr Lancaster and Virginia Mayo India, Pakistan Allies Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. & Sun. I'h. 58 and] m . NEW DELHI -ifl'i— ^Pakistan, still a1. odds en many other issues, have become allies In a war on locusl-s. Swarms of them launched an invasion from Fran against wheat fields in Pakistan and India recently. Locust control experts of both invaded countries immediately convened in joint meeting here to plot counter measures. Helmsttidt has been a key |vwnt. In ; German communications since early I j times. " ' Monday "MONTANA" Errol Flynn. Alc\lb Smith Tuesday "BEAUTY ON PARADE" with ROBERT HIJTTON MOSCOW, July 2-t. fAP)— RILS- la observed. Navy Day yn^tcrday •ith calls (ui a strengthened So-) bp vtet flpet lo counter war preparations by "American and English imperialists," Workers in the .shipbuilrtiJig industry, said the Communist, Party newspaper Pravria. are putting forth all effort to "build more quickly and better new ships" to furnish Ihe fleet with "battle pow- IN TIIK I'ROKATC COURT KOll THE elllOKASAWlU DISTRICT Or MISSISSIPPI COUNTY', ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THK ESTATK OF MATTIB L, RICHARDS. DECEASED NOTICK TO CHKDITOIIS Last known address of the dcuedfnt: BlythPi'llfc. Arkansas. Date of death, July 15, ISrift. The unrirr- flKncd ivns appointed Administrator of (lie estate of the nbove n,nn- r-tt drrcdrnt. Mattie L. Richards an the 20 day ol July, IMO. All ppr.«>n.-. havlns claims acaiust tlw psii'te must exhibit them, duly vcrilic.-l. to the undrr.signcd within .six ifil months of the dale or the first publication of lliis notice, or they sliull forever bnrml and precluded (rom § any bcnefil.s in this estate. This notice is published the 21st day of July. IflSO. Jcsso Taylor. Administrator i: o Holland am! Taylor Attys. Biinnn Building, lilytheville, Arkansas 7-21-2S JONESBORO, Ark., July M. TAP) —A 12-yenr-old lather was in Jail at Hardy torUjr because, said police, he tauRhl his small son to shoot and then had the boy shoot his mother. An a result, s«|d state Police Sst. Wyatt Patrick. Mr*. Jewel White, 42. of Hardy, was hoo;pitali7.ori with » bullet wound In her right lung. The husband, the .sergeant continued, would be charged today with assault to kill even though the shot was fired by ihc couple's eizbl- year-old son. Billy, Saturday nicht, x Arroilnl Given Patrick quoted Mrs, white a* sivins him IhLs account: After > quarrel with her need husband, the later handed Billy » M cullber rifle, led him out In Ihe hack yard and delivered 3. quick I lesson in rrmrkinaiuhlp. | Afterwards, the boy mid Is (alh-j er returned | 0 the hou.se wncre. he told the boy: "If she don't do right, shoot her." Mrs. While and lir-r husrmnd became Involved in a fight, he minting at her with n walking cnne ,-nd she at him with a stick of wood. In the midst of the battle, Mrs White heard her husband order, "Shoot her. son," and the boy fired. Walkcrl In ,S>l;)ihur Mrs. While told the sergeant lh.H •<l«r her hmb«n«! »nd U\« boy fe«. »h« walked to > neighbor'* home and W M t»|(, n (^ , hospital. Her condition was reported u satisfactory. Vouns Billy, Patrick added, told i story IriPiitcial In that of Mrs Whit* and *o did Mrs. While* 10- year-old daughter by * previous marriage. The Whiirs have been married 10 yuan. Mrv while has four children by the earlier marriage. Russia Signs Pact MOSCOW, July 24, MV-nilwia and Afghanistan have, signed a "««' trade pant, It wns announced today. Details of the agreement were not disclosed. The Afghan trade delegation, which has been in Moscow for several weeks, Icfi Icxiay or Kabul. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Monday & Tuesday "MRS. MIKE" wllh Kicljn Here* jnrt Dirk Powell AIM Warner New, *• r«r*»»n cr." The llanos are grassy plains in Venezuela. Open 7:.M, KUrte I:' I«asi Times Today Find Rnn In Blrthevilie 'Slatlery's Hurricane' Linda Darnell * Richard Widmark OHoon A- Latent N'ew Tuesday * Wednesday —DOUBLE FKATURE— 'Under My Skin' with JOHN OARFTF.LI) 'That Wonderful Urge' SKYUNE DRIYE-IH Slarls Tiles, for 3 DAYS ONLY ROOTED IN IGNORANCE, VIOLATED IN SECRECY! It hnppttn !t> the Strong, l/i« Rkh anil the ft fff urcn ncim vuimr swars my SUPEHSIIHONS, IUUSIOHS AHD HYPOCRISIES! SKYLINE '/! Mi. No. nf Rlytlujvilk'j on Hivviiv fjl I Adm. ,iOc—All Kids (-'reel Box Office Opens 7:30 j Show Stalls 7:15 I Try Our "Tostc Trcot Of the Month" Delicious 1 Rich, Creamy FRESH PEACH WOODS DRUG Sunday & Monday —DOliBlJC fKATURK— 'Manhandled' with Dnrolhy I,amour & Dan Duryca The Noose Hangs High' with l.asl Times I Arthur Baol oiellnll /""' JEAN SIMMONS '^ DONALD HOUSTON ^•' Riirl Ahboll & l, nl i Coslclln Also Cartoon A l^fcsl News! Tuesday & Wednesday —DOUBLE fEATURK— 'Thelma Jordan' wflh Barbura Stinw.vrk »nd Wenrlcll Corey —PLUS— 'Don Juan r with KRROL ft.VNX Ahn Cartrmn lAGOOAf l«[S ltttlil__J^—— Al-r, 4 Big Color Cartoons This Campaign is about over . . , The Challenger chose the weapons. It has sometimes been bitter. ^ •• Now the time has come to lay aside per- sonal and political differences. The 'demands of a new world crisis are be- ing felt in Arkansas. Members of our National Guard and reserve units are being called to duty. The draft may soon take thousands ot others. I know rfell the hardships our fighting men underwent in other wars. I recognize now that the first 'duty of my office is to cooperate in every possible way with the national leaders who are moving to meet the threat of slave armies marching under the red banner of World Communism. I make this solemn pledge to the people of Arkansas: Arkansas can and will do it's full share in the mobilization of it's resources for the common defense. No partisan political differences shall inter{ ,e with that effort. GOVERNOR For )>.T Henrj

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