The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 9, 1952
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1032 5. Korea Said faffing Demand For Winter Aid Government Appalled At Prospects, Cites Keed for Relief Help UNITED NATIONS. N. Y. IT! — ''•"''able rc-orls received hero today *?.M the Korean Government '» nraftinsf a strcnit demand lo t'-e U.H. Korean Reconstruction A;cn- c - v to do sonic bin?; to he'p it care for millions of war-wcurv Sou'.h Koreans during their third "war- tlnis winter. Perscns close to the situation In Km-ea so id (lie Korean government is appalled al the prospect' of go- i»S through the winter on the present schedule of relief and reconstruction. The government estimates t:-ere are 10 million refugees in its borders. These parrons said the South Koreans want J. Donald Kingsley agent-general of the U. N. Korean Reconstruction Agoncy {'jrr""A> to move his principal headquarters to Pusan so he can organize his work on the spot. A spokesman for Kingsley here said Ihe agent-general has made five trips to Korea since receiving his appointment In 1951 and was planning to make p another tour within 10 days. Agency lor Kehuilding An UNKRA spokesman pointed out that the agency was created b-'ihe 1950 General Assembly for . the rebuilding of Korea after the i war. He said It has an agreement with the unified command to start full operations 180 days after hostilities cease, "We are ready, able and willing to go ahead wlien we get the chance," the spokesman said. The Koreans complain privately that agency people are sitting around offices in the U.'N. headquarters, also in Geneva, Washington, Tokyo and Pusan making plans but that little is being done. Apparently desperate for projects now to alleviate tlieir plight, the Koreans want to know why the agency cannot set up projects at" • once and push them through. 210,000 Eggs to Korea The agency spokesman reported that UNKRA has sent to Korea 210,000 eggs from which 150,000 chickens were hatched for breeding purposes. UNKRA also sent several hundred pigs and goats in an airlift to replenish Korean Etock. UNKRA was pledged 205 million dollars by u. N. members, except the Soviet Bloc, and the UNKRA spokesman said the agency has received 518,110,420 of the amount. It appears to some Koreans and UNKRA officials that the countries are waiting for UNKRA to go into full operations, after hostilities cease to finish their payments. 'Peace Candidate' Files NEW YORK W)—Author Howard East .announced yesterday h!B candidacy for Congress from the 23 District — In the Bronx — on the •American Labor Party ticket. He said hs would be "a peace candidate." BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Models of 7953 Swim Suits Fit Boudoir Better than Beach YOU'RE WRONG - Dian. Morgan isn't lying down in a brick catacomb. She is standing. 18 feet above the floor, at thv entrance to a powder magazine al historic Port Clinch, Fla Brickwork of the fort, built in 1861, Is said lo be a masterpierr of the mason's art. By JAMES BACON LOS ANGELES W) — Cole of California previewed its 1653 line of swim suits today. The showing-had seven models that looked more appropriate for ' the boudoir or ballroom than the beach. One Is named "Zsa Zsa" after the glamorous Hungarian of the same name. It's a black velvet/ affair, loaded wtih plenty of costume jewelry, and could easily pass for the upper half of one of Miss Gabor's evening formals. Another Is called "Sheer Formality" Is a neglipee-like one- piece Hnen-anrl-organdy shorts suit, plus jacket. Still another Is "Treasure Chest." made In jeweled nylon laton and comes with a silk gauze coat. Maker Fred Cole swears that all can be worn In the water, but conceded that they arc designed primarily for sun bathing and male-catching. At the other extreme Is a suit designed for women Tvhose swim. ming IK the channel, or serious. variety. Called the "Esther Williams," It was made to her snecl- fications of lightness and figure flattery. Between the two extremes Cole showed a line which fSaturort more attention to hip and leg lines than In previous years. Cole believes there has been undue attention lo bosoms, to the neelect of milady's other figure problems. Hip interest is accented by a side fanning skirt, swathing of fabric arounrt the hips, nnd all around pleats. Cottons and the new synthetics, erneclally orlon, dominate the fabrics. The maker predicts a swine to darker colors by next summer ijith many fhnrp contrasts. Pastels may hold throughout the coming winter resort season. The bosom Is not entirely for- Customers Give Baby Shower for Postman DALLAS Wl — r<uliii»!i Bobby Cole knows his customers appreciate his services. They gave him a baby shower. Mrs. Morris Moseman learned Cole hart just become a father and arranged with neighborhood women to surprise him. She invited him into her home as he marie his rounds yesterday. He pot a hunch of dainty gifts tor his new son. There was even a cake. gotten in the line. Featured is a telescope bra. which expands or contracts to meet.any and all demands. IT'S ALL OVER NOW — For nine more months, that is. As school doors opened yesterday for the first full day of classwork, summer's pastimes were reluctantly put aside by Blytheville youngsters. Their fishing, their playground activities, their baseball games, their pool games at the Y, their cooling dips in Walker Park swimming pool and ping pong duels at the Y — all took a back sent to books, classes and homework as another summer's freedom faded and school became the center of youthful activity. (Courier News Photos) MOX Phone 4621 — Sliow Start Weekdays 7:00 — Sal.-Sun. 1:00 Always a Double Feature TUES.-WED. 2 FEATURES Buddy Nites—2 for Price of 1 Plus Long Comedy 70 Beauties Must Go on Mural BALTIMORE </p) — Dignified John Hopkins University will build a monument to the memory of an old bachelor who'gave the Institution a million dollars, provided It display a mural of 10 Baltimore beauties. The monument will be Shriver Hall, a building with two lecture halls, unusual television facilities and an expandable stage. The university announced yesterday It hopes to have the structure finished by fall of next year. Its namesake, Alfred Jenkins Shriver, died In 1939 after willing one million dollars for the hall. Among other things he stipulated that it contain a mural ot 10 Baltimore women "at the height of their benuty." Will Texas Run Stevenson, Ike On Democratic Ticket Nov. 4? AMARILLO in — Texas Democrats, for (he first time in their stormy history, faced a showdown today on whether to run a Republican as their presidential nominee. It was a clear-cut Issue between Atilal Stevenson and Dwieht D. Eisenhower. At stake were Texas' normally Democratic 24 electoral votes. A militant never-say-die bloc of States Rlghters came into the convention ready for a last-ditch fight on a resolution naming Eisenhower as the nominee of the Demo- cratis party in Texas. Never before has such a resold tion been prepared for' a Texas Democratic convention. Bucking them was Oov. Allan Shivers, who reluctantly advised Texas Democrats their only legal and ethical course was to make Stevenson their candidate and bind their electors to him. Shivers, at the same time, emphasized his distaste for the National Convention's nominee. Shivers broke with Stevenson when Illinois' governor said he could not back Texas' claim'to its tklelanrtsvshivers said that he cannot cast his own vote (or Stevenson because the tldel.lmls Is just one of the several irreconcilable Issues where they differ, Including the FEPC. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIME TONITK "ROOM FOR ONE MORE" Cnry Grant & Betsy Drake WKD-Tm/RS "SWORDS POINT" Maureen O'Harra Cainell Wilde Suction Hose Unloads Fish in California SAN PEDRO. Calif. r/T^-A firm has developed a slick gimmick for emptying a nettoad at sardine.s. The firm. B, F. Goodrich Co working with commercial fishermen, has developed a large rubber suction ho<c that pumps the fish from a net into a carrier boat Capacity of the hore Is 65 tons of fish an hour. The same system Is used In transferring the fish from carrier boats to canneries. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 TUESDAY 'No Room For The Groom" Tony Curtis Piper Laurie WKR-THUHS "SCARLET ANGEL" Yvonne DC Carlo Kocli Hudson Iran Said Asking Better Oil Offer TEEIHAN. Iran in— Premier Mo- hnmmcd Mossadegh has reportedly • told the United States and Britain they must make a better oil offer or he will tell Parliament to reject the West-sponsored plan to get Iran's oil Industry working again. Reliable sources here also declared the aged Iranian Premier demanded an immediate loan of ntjoul ]00 million dollars to get his financially hard-pressed country on the road to'.vnrcis solvency. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Proof Ride says Tom WCahill THIS IS THE VERDICT OF THE NATION'S LEADING IMPARTIAL MOTOR CAR EXPERT AS REPORTED IN MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE, SEPTEMBER, 1952, ISSUE N EVER has an automobile received a finer tribute than accorded the Nash Ambassador by MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED Marine's Tom McCaliill, outstanding car' expert. Tom McCahill tests all makes nf cars. He puts them through back-breaking grinds. He writes of Nash: "Th« finest shock-proof- rid* in lh» world today . . . btst bump-loveler." The secret of Nash riding comlort, lies in Airflytc Construction, Airftex Suspension, individual coil springs. A ride will convince you. "Acrt-ptr-dollor bargain of lha year." Here arc the widest seals, |r»n[ and rear, widest windshield, of any car. "Among tn» b*if pirfcrming eors." In the "Grand Prix d'Endnrancc" M t". Al.ins, France, the iVash Super Jclfire engine topped all American entries. "fn hilt-climbing, «con<y fo none." The Ambassador was the only overdrive- equipped car to take McCahill's "test- hill" in high. "Ihif yfar'i I'm* if by tar trie belt Ntsh • v«r offered, and lhal'i toying a lot." Tom McCahill calls Farina, who stjlcj the new Nash, the "Rembrandt of automobile design." Visit your N'asli dealer. Out rfrii-e aaj yi« Hill agree tiilh lorn McCnktll. GET YOUR FREE i REPRJNTOF j THIS REVEALING | ARTICLE | TODAY "You'll have to go a lo'ng way to beat the Am/>a$$G»rfor."~« c CoMf MAKE YOUR OWN "ROAD TEST" AT YOUR ~7iaAA. DEALER'S SHELTON MOTOR COMPANY, 117 East Main, Blytheviile

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