The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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fAM TW£LV» Planes Increase Korean Activity Flyers Destroy 21 Red Tanks And 15 Bridges TOKYO, July 2S. (A 1 )—American and Australian planes Monday de- itroyed or damaged 31 Red tanks, 15 bridges «nd BJI armored car and raked enemy supply lines In stepped up activity. Ten tanks, dispatches from Korea tald, were destroyed. A far East Air Forces spokesman In Korea said 11 more were damaged. The 64 air missions In 191 sorties ,were In close coordination with operations of the U.S. rirsl Cavalry Division on the Taejon-Yongdong highway front. The planes mused also to Kwangju, deep In southwest Korea, where Hed forces ranged unchecked, by token forces of south Korean police. At the same time It was announced the Fifth Air Force would step up its night, operations against the Communists, who have been moving men and tanks in long columns under the cover at darkness. "We've got to pin Uicm down at night as we have (hem pinned in the day," said Major Gen. Earl E. Partridge at Fifth Air Force headquarters in Korea. Reds Maintain Pressure He said the Reds were able to maintain steady ground pressure because of night operations. Last night two MustnnK-s caught & truck column west of Yongdong In bright moonlight and strafed it. Partridge said the Invaders have been moving motorized columns 25 mites long at night with lights on. ..Two North Korean planes struck back In a retaliatory raid on American and South Korean positions, field dispatches said Tuesday. B-29 superforts ripped holes In a network of 12 to 15 strategic railroad bridges used to mo\'e Communist troops and supplies to bat- tlefronte. RDcket-Rlazin; Fighters Attack bombers and rocket-blazing fighters attacked along Korea's western coast line as far north as Seoul, then swung eastward to smash marshalling yards al che- chon, 70 miles Inland Irom the east coast. In still other action Mustangs — TlfE STIvKl, VJCTUKB— U. S. steelmaktng approaches 100.000,000 tons a year, up eight per cent, since the end of World War ft, and greater than il ever was al the war's peak. Neva-lhotcss. th war in Korea and threat of * bigger war forces demand for steel above the supply. This causes either bidding tip of prices nnd a "gray market" or some sort at government allocations nnd controls on supply. The Ncw.s- charl above show.! V. S. steel-making capacity and actual production from 1901 through the first half of 1950. KARACHI. Pakistan —«•)— The freighter "La P.imp.V recently left Karachi with 7.200" tons of wheat for Japan—the first shipment from the 100.000 Ions Japan purchased from Pakistan. some fit which may have arrived on a fast. American aircraft carrier this week—worked In close support of embattled Kroimcl forces. One North Korean plane was destroyed un Uie ground and Rnulher probably was damaged in an attack by Fifth Air Force jets on Kimjxj airfield, near Seoul. KtmrHl \Vnrk Mnve* FEAP said tlie North Koreans presumably were trying to put, Kfro- po bnck in sbapc as an operational airfield. Only a few days nxo Ktm- po was not in use. While FSAF reported no enemy air opposition, a spokesman nt Eighth Army headquarters said two, „ „ „_ ^ North Korean planes attacked' There were no details. First step to establish the Marine Corps was on Novetn her 10, when the Continental Congress 011- (horized two battalions. "friendly (United National troops" Tuesday In the vicinity of Ham- chang on the central sector. Snyder Sees Higher Taxes On Pay Take WASHINGTON, July 25 M'J _ Secretary of tlie Tre.isurery Snyder today [.aid. higher taxes probably will take a,biSKer bile out of ivagc earner's pay envelopes before the end of the year. Snyder told a news conference he Is -sure" President Truman will ask Congress this week to raise Individual and corporation taxes The money would go to p;,y costs nf defense tn meet Communist aggression la Korea and elsewhere. Congressional apjirov.il ivouJd mean bigKcr withholding taxes from employe paychecks. Snyder said Mr. Truman's request would be for an "interim" tax Increase lo go into effect as soon as possible. The secretary s.iid he is in accord with Congressional leaders that no excess profits tax on corporations should be included In the Interim bill because the measure should be p.-isspri quickly. He sairl excess profits Ux proposals are so complicated they would mcnn extended and delaying debate. Snydfr also endorsed proposals fo hold excise fsalesl taxes at their present level.?, close "loopholes" to Earner more taxes, and speed up payment of corporation income 'Sweet' Little Dragline Causes Confusion; Help Miner Gain Divorce SEATTLE. July 35. M>;-James T. Svvanson was asked In divorce court yesterday "Who was your sweetheart while you were In Alaska?" "No one." he replied. His wife's counsel then produced a letter written by Swanson when he was mining in Alaska last year. It said In part: "Walt until next time. I'll tell you nil about my new honey Is she streamlined!" Swan.son guffawed, "That was no woman, he said 'It was my new dragline—M TUESDAY, JULY », t»M Buy now for Winter ahead! $ l DOWN" Holds Your Fur-Trimmed Coat on Layaway! 38 HO 20% TAX Proof thol you pay less for quality ot Wards. Rich all-wool sheen cov- ertj wilh rnouton dyed lamb, dyed muskral, dyed China mink, dy ec l pieced Persian lamb or dyed Indian lamb. Fine rayon jaJinlinings.hand- finished details. Buy now on Loy- away. Winter shades. Miss' sizes. $ 58 HO 20% TAX Now have fuMrimmed luxury on your budget—choose o Word >°t. Beautiful dyed rnuskral, mouton-dyed lamb, mink, dyed pic persion lamb, Leaver, fitch and dyed squirrel trim rhese smart oil-wool broodctolhi. Royon solin linlnsi, hand-finished details. AH n«w»it colors. Misses' sizes. 'Complete Balance In Weekly or Monthly PaymenH RUSSIA .'arionol Income $65 Billion BlythevilieMen Will Hove Chance To Join Marines Blyllieville men will be given « chance at the Marine Corns tomorrow-;/ they so desire-tor Marine Recruiter Tech. Sgt, Clayton O. WiliaiJM, nl Ole Jonesboro oltice will he licre to interview volunteers Navy Recruiter H, O. Tie water thief petty officer, said today he hart received a fetter from Set Williams slating he would spend one day ea ch week in BJythevitle lo accommodate those persons' who may wish lo enlist In i h e corps Bl.vtheyilia noes not have a Marine recruiting station. Sgl. Wiilinins will be found in the Navy ItecruiUng ot(i ce at, city Hall Kirtg't Body in ttot* / OTTAWA. Out,, July M. (if, _ The body ol former Prime Minlsl— William Lyon MacKtnUe Kiaf it* in slate today In the purpl. lri| j black draped hall of lame in Ctn». da's hou.se of parliament. A four-man honor guard, representing the snny. navy, air tore* unti Royal Canadian Mountles, stood at the caskel. TheT mtl>>»- matn there until !t is carrt^B^. twcen lone lines of servicernwT t* St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church tomorrow for a stale funeral. (t Is estimated that mor* than one-third of two-year-old children have cavities in ihtir teeth. all day Wednesday. Chief laid. MORE WAR CHIPS KOfc I] S •> • •**• a " —^<IK iicyvscnart 3OO;'e ?it'pc a comparison of national Income and military -spending In the nu,^ States and In RlIMta . Pigurctl ,„ riol(al ,, ^.J ^J" 1 «« «»'^ the same-about * 15.000.000,000 yearly. But thi, represents K per cent m .tu_sias total income and oniy 7 per cent of onrs. Deman. heard in Washington Is that we increase our expenditure, 000, matching Russia's percentage-wise. Irish potatoes should be stored in a cool, dry, well ventilated place. worth, anrl was t proud of her." He git (he divorce. DON"! GAMBLE YOUR LIFE!!! START HRES WITH HEATAB BOX Of U TAW-tn ONLr Kc 5 ><„», *„, ((.on F<rftq SSffSAff MEATAB FAMILYS WHISKEY, NEIOHBO* 06 Ma!* l^ame Cbofema ! j get so much Mildness and Tastinew crowded into a bottle.' BLENDED WHISKEY %'«"$• ?* c,.i, N. U «,J^! Willn, Family Coaipu,,, UwnBcetmrj So Y0(y fio(/se ? rfn«- alinnl eleclrir scrvniils? Take, p.ijirr aur! pencil, ami jol rlnu-n i!ie mnnlicr of ctcclric servants ready lo make life licallhicT, easier, happier for you. Slarl with the bathroom. Dad's shaver, tun lamp, curling iron, hair dryer, even a vihralor? Bedrooms next. Clocks, radio?, elcclric hlankcls, healing pad? Croup kc.lllc, niglit light and holtle warmer for the baby, maybe? .Sister's record player, Hutch's film projector, and ihe sewing machine? Oowiislnirs now. Hadio (maybe even television!), vacuum clcaucr? Toaslcr, waffle iron, grill, coffee-maker, clocks, food mixer, range, refrigerator? Lucky you, if yon have an electric dishwasher, food freezer, ironer amJ automatic washer! Forget anything? T/ights? (Count eacri one in every roonit) Hot water healer, stoker, or oil burner, fans and electric heaters? The tools in Dad's workshop? It's a big list by now. Add them all together. Now divide that number into lh« amount of your last electric bill. Do yon see what we mean when we say — nothing e!*f. in your family budget dor* .10 much for you, or cosy ig tittt^ u* Ark-Mo Power Co,

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