The Dispatch from Moline, Illinois on December 4, 1952 · 26
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The Dispatch from Moline, Illinois · 26

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3 THE DAILY DISPATCH: THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 4, 1952. ttoBne-East ISe&ae, El U..N. Turns to Touchy Problem in French-Tunisian Relations - JTED NATIONS, N. TOIJ-The United Nations, its decks cleared temporarily of the Korean debate, turned today to the touchy iviwiem ox rrencn-Tunitlaa relations. The General Assembly nassed lndi' mmnrnmiu rnm. MM formula by a 54-8 vote Wednesday and instructed its president, Lester m vanaoa, to communicate it to the Chinese Communists ana North Koreans and "invit their acceptance." It had not been decided how or when the peace terms would be ent to the Oriental Reds. There was little expectation that the Reds woiua accept uie plan, but the U. N. hoped there would be no quicK rejection of it either. There was general hope that the rejection if it must come would be delayed until the Assembly has adjourned for Christmas. The 60-nation world parliament probably wui quit jjec. 13, Dut tnat will not be decided officially until its steer ing Committee meets this after noon. The Assembly would not mm back into session until early Feb ruary, by which time President elect Dwight D. Eisenhower's Re publican ? administration will be RmI Estate to 1 iMtodff paul c. joiiuso: 41t RmI Etuam firmly in power and the burden of taxing steps to apply more mili tary pressure in Korea would be removed from President Truman's lame-duck regime. Its Korean debate now recessed to await the Communist reaction. the Assembly's powerful Political Committee took up the charge of the 13-nation Arab-Asian bloc that Fiance's relations with its North African, protectorate of Tunisia constitute a threat to international peace. The Arab-Asian bloc presented resolution urging the General Assembly to create a three-power good offices" commission to as sist France and the Tunisian na tionalists in resuming direct nego tiations. France, however, contends that her relations with her protecto rates are a matter of internal con cern only and that therefore the U. N. has no right to examine them. There are about 2,700 earth quakes per day on earth, sars the National Georgraphic Society. TMAir.CS, MISTER- TlL'rAIID. W W ' " ww A Christmas Plea To Good Fellows in Moline GHlCaaiD CUE) TW "NOtTM STAT M'sST 2 S. Hwttfc lr' '- LIVE SETTEft FOR LESS IN A ) (TJNHWKD 90S DOZENS OF STYLES AND FLOOR FLANS lh "NEW MOON" 24x34' with 4'al6' I. tpacioM dmign. populor hip root. Tha "BKUCE" 24'32' 2 B. , xpanuon tpac. Before you build anywhere look into the CAPP-HOME plan that will give you the exact home of your choice at a price you can't resist Capp-Homes are the finest quality pre-cut homes available. They meet all building requirements including G. I. and F. H. A. All materials, complete building ins tractions and plans, and full guarantee delivered with the home of your choice. When completed you'll take pride in die unmatched quality and beauty of your Capp-Home, and be able so enjoy me substantial savings you have made! W con supply SnitMng wotfloU and plumb-infl " and haating supplies la complete your hooM. Stfor yow build anywher. com in or writ for information or ropras ntativtu BLOW Rome Siemon, the fairly widely known cartoonist who got his start in his working life pounding a piano in a nickel movie in Rock Island (he was just a kid and his family was poor) apparently has been doing some Christmas shopping affd thinking of poor orphan youngsters. For several years Mr. Siemon, who lives in Hollywood, Calif., has been, taking time out from a busy working career to draw cartoons to help the Moline Good Fellow Christmas fund sponsored by the Dispatch. Rome knows what it is to be up against it at one stage in his career that was in Moline be found the' piano play ing picking so poor that he thought he was lucky to get a part-time job as a LeClaire hotel elevator operator. n siemon s cartoon plea ap peals to you, send a contnbution to this Christmas program to bring some cheer to needy children and widows to Good Fellow Fund, Mo line Dispatch, or drop in with buck or two (or more) and some one at the Dispatch office will be glad to take it Plenty of Turkey WASHINGTON UR Turkey may be a once-or-twice-a-year dish to most Americans but the 10 million children benefiting under the government-sponsored school lunch program may get it a dozen tunes this school season. The Agriculture Department has bought about 46 million pounds of frozen, ready-to-cook turkey since late August , to help support pro ducer prices and is turning the fowl over to the school lunch program. Wouris&s May. Spend $1 Millwm im Florida MIAMI, Fla. The cash registers have started ringing cp what may be .Florida first billion-dollar touristy season. The posTnankssnring rush of chilled Yankees is on. The strong lures of warm sunshine and big chunks of tropical scenery about the only free-as-air things remaining crowded the trains, planes 'and highways with cash customers. . The state Advertising Commis sion esumatea tnat Florida , col lected a whopping $950,000,000 from its visitors last season. All signs pointed to a $1,000,000,000 business or better this reason, with no one throwing any "iis" around. Miami officials were most op timistic. "We generally expect an 8 or 10 per cent official said, ' ness will top that this The -city, and merchants have spent more for advertising, tour ists still seem to have plenty of cash, housing and food rates havent gone up and travel agents are plugging Florida's attnetionr like never before. CoBsetition amoc fceteb and eating places is so stiff that prices havent increased. One "Miami Beach hotel owner reported some hotel operators are: redacsaa rates slightly. ' T; .;Y l f " - A beach-front vacation is stfll expensive. But you can get more for your $) a day. The swimming pool may be shaped Lze a kidney bean, a- bagger marpsi will have two olives and the balcony-studded ocean front room most likely wfil have a television set besides an conditioning. - .- Greater Miami has nearly 43L- 000 rooms available in some 550 hotels for the influx. Motor courts. ! apartment houses and jrnoraisg tablishments add amfHtitr irf -adty rooms to the totrL Transportation they are already hauIL, loaas on trams, planes into Florida. All the piawmg iwiidwi Airlines wQ be eperating about 150 domes3 flights daily in and out of UiMnitS huge International Airport - - , - 9 Dispatch Want Ads Brtag Xanta f: Tb Corset Shooco Wt SFCCULia M ui aaiv increase,' one city 'but the tourist busi- SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE ! 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