The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1952 · Page 12
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March 25, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS National Guard Tanks Called In For Oversea Use Reserves to Help Fill Equipment Needs for Army By C. YATES MCDAN'JEI, WASHINGTON «'; —Army units ki this country—including the- National Gunrd and the re^cn^- must turn In thousands of tanks and other vehicles to meet U.S. priority shipments to the Allied build-up overseas. The Army disclosed the equipment, levy after Gci'. Allreil M. Qraenther told the Senate Hueixu Relations Committt-e vc^U'rdny that priorities <inuvn up at Gen. Dwigtll D. Elsenhower's heiidquiir- t«rs already nre guiding the allocution of equipment by the U.S. military services. Army Carriitt Hurtk'ri The Army Is currying the burden Imposed by the North Allantic Treaty Organization decision to equip SO combat-reartj 1 divisions in Western Europe by the end of thus year. The turn-In order applies to all Army units in this country, the Army Kaid, All official .source -said the brant of the levy will lie borne by the reserve. 1 ; and the Guard, The. Marine Corps, which ILSCJ.S much Uie tame heavy equipment as the Army, also will contribute military veliiclcs. Neither the Navy nor the Air Force Is expected to have to lake any equipment from their active or reserve uniU>. Army Issues Statement In a statement replying to questions on the subject, the Army snid the l£vy was ordered to speed the delivery on equipment "to our own forces overseas RS well as those of our allies " Officials interpreted this to mean thai the bulk of ihe equipment tuk- en from units at hon^e would go to the allies. A small portion is known to have been earmarked to replace tanks and vehicles worn out by American combat use in Korea and truliiliiK In Europe. The Army's official .reply to questions was made available only after it had been revised by the Defense Department. The final Terston said the delivery schedule called for priority shipment to (or- c« already engaged In hostilities, "us In Korea and Indochina, or who are most llltely to be engaged ki the' event of aggression elsewhere." The Army plans to substitute elder, World War II type equipment as soon as possible .so that mc-sl reserve and 'National Guard units will be equipped for summer field training. For that original Bourbon taste...enjoy TUESDAY, MARCH X, 1953 | NEW WINGS FOR BRITAIN—The liufie, new Hrilannia airliner takes shnpe at Ihe Bristol Airplane Company's plant in Fillon, Knj'laml. First of K vt Hie I07-|>assengcr ships on order for lirilish Airways, 11 will have a v.'inyspan of HO feet, will be IM feel long, and 38 feet 8 inches high. DesiKiied lo cruise at 370-milcs-per-hour the big ship will cost $1,540,000. President Asks Congress (or Entry 300,000 European Escapees to U.S. KEY WEST. Fh\. MV-President Trmrmn yesterday asked Conpress lo open immigration Rales to niiniitj MO.OOO ntUmiolMl Europeans rtnr- I ' Ing the next three years. Many escaped "viclims of Communist, tyranny" would be included. His request highlighted n 4,000- \YOrd, three-point program limited at the- little While House asking congn^s lo: "I. Provide aid for unfortunate victims of oppression who arn escaping from Communist tyrnnny behind the Iron Curtain. "2. Continue our participation In the International effort, now iKuih; mntio to assist In the migration nnd resettlement throughout the \vorhl of substantial number of person* from the overpopulated areas of Western Europe. "3. Authorize additional Immigration Into this country, on a limited basis, to aid In ullevlntiny the problems created l>y Communist tyranny mid overpopulation In Western Europe." Funds Scl Aside WASHINGTON I/I 1 ) — President Tnnnan hf\s set. nsidc S-I.300,000 In Mutual Security funds to finance recruiting of "qualified" escapees from Iron Curtain countries Into the North Allantic Treaty Army. Taft Beats Eisenhower In Financial Venture For Campaign Fund* WASHINGTON W>) — Tatt forces won a victory over Elsen- hower hackers last night In the capital city—financially speaking, that Is. Auctioneers got $550 for Taft'i hat. while Eisenhower's K-ratlon kit brought In $258. The bidding came at a fundraising meeting sponsored by the Republican Women's Finance Committee for the District of Columbia. Aged Man Asks Doctor 'Just Until Election' DALLAS, Tex. Wt—A Pallas doctor tells this story: An 80-year-old man was brought to the doctor's office recently suffering with a heart attack. "Doc," pleaded the aged voter, "Just keep me alive until -the November election." Japan to Lease Ships TOKYO M>j_Kyodo news service said today Japan plans to lease 60 small warships from the U. S. and recruit 6,000 men for a special maritime defense unit. FBI Head Says Red Membership Drops Off, Is Underground WASHINGTON W>>—FBI Direct- tor J, Edgar Hoover says member- Police Check Beating Tale Of Actress HOLLYWOOD IP,— Actress Anne Sterling's story of being beaten by four thugs was promised full investigation today as detectives tried to piece together some conflicting details. "We're going to round up and question all concerned, Including Miss Sterling, to get at the bottom of this" said Detective Inspector Gordon T3oivers. The blonde 26-year-old film and television actress said the four men kidnaped her as she was returning to her apartment early yesterday. She said she finally managed to escape after they beat and kicked her. She collapsed while being treated by a doctor and was taken to a hospital. Detectives investigating the case - B atd there was some variance in her story and that of her escort on the hour of her return home. ship In the U. a. Communist party has dropped off by one-fourth In the past year and the remaining 31,G03 have begun going underground. • A year ago there were 43,217 Communists In this country, he told the House Appropriations Committee in testimony made public last night. He attributed the decline to "public awareness of what communism Is" and fear of prosecution as result of congressional investigations ami trials and arrests o{ Reds. He said Communist no longer issue membership cards and meet In secret. He said one-third of the 31,608 Communists, have gone underground, about half of them in the New York area. He listed California, Illinois, Ohio, New Jersey, Massachusetts Minnesota, Penn- ylvania and Michigan as other centers of heavy Communist activity. Russian General Dies MOSCOW W) — Russian papers reported today the death of Lt. Gen. Doris L. Sheremetrov, 56. During the war he was one of the leading generals In the Soviet nr- tlllei-y command. Evangelist Recovers From Chicken Pox; It's Back to Pulpit j \ DENVER <j?)— Roger Lew chum : ' Is all over the chicken pox not and Intends to get back to hi evangelist's pulpit In Union Ban list Church tonight. ; Roger Is seven. He has four fas vorlte sermons on David and Go- 4 Hath, Peter and John. Moses ant ! the Israelites and "Temptation •' One of his followers says Rogei, holds his audience "spellbound 1 klnda." i ——i WARNING ORBKIt 1 111 the Chancery Court, Chicka§ sawba District, Mississippi ty Arkansas. William Burns and Ernest Caston, Pits. vs. No. 11,085 Clarest Smith and ;| Metropolitan Life | Insurance Company, Dft. fc- The defendant, Clarest Smith, is^ hereby warned to appear within^ thirty days in the court named in* the cf.ption hereof and answer the 1 : complaint of the plaintiff, William Burns and Ernest Caston. Dated this 12th day of March, ' 1952. . :' Harvey Morris, Clerk / Percy A. Wright, ntty. for ptf. ; H. O. Partlow, ally, ad "tern. WARMXO OltllKR In the Chancery Court, Oilckii- suwha District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Auroni Guajardo Tnmallmn, Pit. vs. No. 12,011 Carlos Tamalloso, Dft. The defendant, Carlos Tnmnllo- .so. Is hereby warned to appear. within thirty day.s in the court. named in the caption hereof and: answer the complaint of the plain- j tiff, Aurora Guajardo Tamalloso. Dated this 24 day of March, 1952. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Lavcine Ball, D. C. Gene Bradley, attorney for ptf. C. P. Cooper, attorney Ad Lit- em. 3-25 4-1-8-15 the original Kentucky Bourbon (ton with the Republic 1780) "IWUCXYSTRAIGHI BOURBON WHISKEY Straight Bourbon 86 proof. Ka available in Bottled in Bond 100 Proof IAL SALE OF SAMPLES! ALL BRAND NEW! ELECTRIC RANGE Different Models Of Refrigerators! Prices Reduced As Much As $84.35! Sale Prices As Low As Knll 5-Year diiaianlce With The Wonder Oven! 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