The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1950 · Page 8
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VAGE EIGHT Solons Discuss Plans for Arming Japan, Germany Congressmen Say Countries Must Prepare for Attack Br JACK BELL WASHINGTON, Aug. 5. «V—Bipartisan demands \verc being voiced In Congress today for arming Gcr- rnans and Japanese to defend themselves against possible Communist attack. • Senator Magnuson (D -Was h) came up with a proposal for voluntary enlistment of Japanese in the American armed forces. Senators Russell (D-Ga^ and IjOdge CR-Mass) suggested, instead. that the United States ask Uie United Nations to begin the formation of an international police force with German and Japanese" units. Senator George <D-Gn> told his colleagues that a strong ground army should be built in both occupied countries. Magmison asked Gen. Douglas MacArthur by cable to say whether the Washington senator's proposal for voluntary enlist men t of the Japanese in the American armed forces would be practical. j Magmison told a reporter that' he thinks such a course would circumvent the provision of the Japanese constitution which bnrs thai country from forming an army. Forces Weak In Japan With the withdrawal of American occupation forces from Japan for the fighting in Korea, Magnu- aon said, he thinks steps should be taken at once to put in uniform as many Japanese as want to serve In defense of their homeland. "We would have a pool of at least a half million trained men to draw from." he observed. ' Under the Magnuson proposal, Japanese who enlisted would be paid up to half the rate of American troops. They would not be eligible either for American citizenship or for veterans benefit*;. Senator Lodge, a foreign relations committee member, told a reporter he doesn't like the idea of creating a foreign legion within (he American armed forces. "The Communists would say that we were hiring mercenaries to ft&hl our battles," he said. "It would be much better if some way could be found to form tin international police force into which German and Japanese units could be integrated." Russell said the U.N. ought to be willing to start at once forming a police force which would be avail- Obituaries Mrs. Wilson Dies; Services To be Sunday Funeral services for Mrs. R. Snow Wilson, 71, of Little nock, formerly of Osccola, will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at the National Funeral Home in Memphis, Burial will be In the Memorial Park Cemetery in Memphis. Mrs. Wilson died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Eva Clyde Wilborne, in Memphis yesterday following s long illness. She had gone to Memphis for treatment for her illness and had been discharged from the hospital only a short time before. Prior (o moving to Little Rock in 1922. Mis. Wilson made her home in Osccola. In addition to Mrs. wilborne, she is survived by her husband, K. Snow Wilson of Little nock; Iwo sons n. Snow Wilson. Jr., of Little Rock and the Rev. Walker Martin of Chicago; and six grandchildren, including Mrs. William Bard Edrlng- ton and R. Snow Wilson III, both of Osceola. Air Reservist Here Gets Call The Korean war struck a little closer home yesterday when the first Blytheville member of the Inactive Air Force Reserve was called to active duty. Raymond P. Knits, an employee of the Fianklin Press and a veteran of World War II, said this morning he received a telegram yesterday ordering him to report to I-anglcy Air Force Hase. Va., Aug. 19 for active duly. Mr. Krills Is a member of the Army Air Force reserve but is not a member of an organized group. He was a private in the air corps during World War II and served 18 months with the military police in the European Theatre of Operation. He will leave for Langley Ficltl Aug. 17. able to counter any Communist aggression that develops outside Korea. "I think the Germans must be armed in Europe if there is to be a successful defense of the continent," he said. "I'm hi favor of going all out in this matter. Either the free world is in danger or it isn't." &*;*"*' ! - !: ?&<?, §&#-,- ^-3tf - I : l=!*f>V£,ti. iS£« * r ; % iSSuU.^- NOT SO HANDICAPPED—When Jess Mattox, left, goes up to paint a flagpole some three hundred feet above the ground such as this one on a Cincinnati, O., office building, right, he has a few more things to worry about than the average steeplejack. Having lost his right arm in an accident last year, Jess also carries some shrapnel in his stomach, a memento ol his fighting days in the Pacific. When asked why he continues in his hazardous trade, Matlox replies: "I have a wife and two kitis." SKYLINE THEATRE BI,YT11EVIU,E'S FAMILY DHIVE-IN .MOVIE SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE PUESTON FOSTKU HAKKAKA MKITTON "I SHOT JESSE JAMES" HIT/. BROTHERS A.\[)lti:\VS SISTKKS "BEHIND THE EIGHT BALL" SUNDAY & MONDAY DOUBLE FEATURE PLUS <C>M& "A* TUWO WTO WITH FtARML RORY CAIHQUN RHONDA FLEMING ;VII, I.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1950 WORKER GETS THE WORKS—The Detroit City Council recently passed on ordinance making it illegal to sell suhvcrsiv* publications on public property, resulting in scenes like this. Isatloic Hercnson, left, who sold the Daily Worker'on n street- corner sland, is put out of business when Police Lieut. Leo Pell, 1 right, serves an order closing down the stand. PRIMARY (Continued from page 1) John Grain am! John Enoch. 1 ;, bcth of Wilson: Nenl — J Jp Pierce, Robert Bryant. Normnn Bailey. Nelson Henry. Ear] Fields and John Beardcn, all of Leachvillc. Whitton — Robert Jackson of Tyronza and J. A. Forrcslcr of Pc- cnn Point; Ilurdctle — Kd Sr-L'ravc.s and C. P. Tompkins, both of I3ur- ciettc; Half Moon — II. H. story nnd Irby HodKC, botll of Blytheville: Pecan Point — Ruins Branch and Emmett Chllds, both of Pfcnn Point; Canadian — K. M. Regcnold and Sam Tillman. both of Armorel: Hector — John Stevens. Jr., and M. C. Koehler. both of D'cll: Scott — Calvin Williams of Basselt anrl L. R. Clark ol Frenchman's Bayou; Carson — C. J. I,owrance, Jr., of Driver nnd Allan Scfiravcs of OK- ceola; Hickrnan - R. o. Adkinsson and George Cassidy. both of Huffman. Swayne — S. H. Rozclle and Harry Worsley, both of Luxora; Clear Lake — Ira Kooncc and Walter Lutes, botll of Blylhevillc; Little River — W. A. Mctliany of Etowah and Ed Brown, Norman Clay, Bry- Herd and Dcyvey Mny, nl] of Manila; Dycss — Park E. Tale and Devey Smothers, both of Dyess; \IcQavock — John W. Miller of Bassett and Roy Yclvington of Frenchman's Bayou; Chlckasawba— Jesse Taylor. J. W. Artiims, J. Louis Cherry, Rosen Crafton, Chester Calrhvell, William H. Wyatt, John W. Cnudil], Oscar Fendler nnd Jinl- mie K. Sanders, all ot Blytheville. Czechs Receive Work Bonuses PRAGUE Wj—-Miners or Czechoslovakia have been promised government bonuses up to 26,188 crowns (S523.7G) each for faithful work to be handed out on Miners' Day, Sept. 10. But some, the official news agency noted in a dls- Missco 4-H Club Boys, Girls To Leave for 7950 State Camp Twelve North Mississippi County* 4-H Club boys and girls, two adult leaders and two County Extension Service workers will leave Monday for Fayetteville to attend the annual state 4-11 Clnb camp. The stale camp for both boys and girls will be held on the campus of the University of Arkansas. The camps open Monday and continue through Friday. Girls that will make tin trip to the camp are Owen Harrison, Bernice Ociom and Naomi White of Armorel; Helen Blcdsoe of noil; Bobbie Jean Jlyrd of Leachville and Hernice Morgan of Dlackwater. Boys that will attend the camp include Jim Taylor, obby Don Hoskins and Jerry Carter of Leach- villc; Eutis Deason of Blackwater and David Towlcs of Lost Cane. Mrs. Gertrude D. Holilnau, home demonstration agent for North Mississippi County, and 4-H Club Leaders Mrs. T. n. Watson of Armorel and Miss Mcltha Byrii of Loach- villc will accompany the girls to the camp. Woody Jackson, assistant county agent for North Mississippi County will accompany the boys. Nine i-K ci'.m girls from South Mississippi County will also attend the camp. They are Shirley Heard of Keiser. Mae Beryl Bevill and Charline pierce of Burdette, Virginia Holmes, Juauna Johnson and Olive Jackson of West Hidge. Onita Holmes of Stillwell and Louise Shelton and Violet McVay of Dyess. Mrs. Carl Heard of Etowah, 4-H Club leader, accompany the South Mississippi County girls. N O T I C K Pro]x>scd Budget, ol Expenditures Together with Tax Levy for Fiscal Year Beginning July 1. 1951. to nnd KOREA including June 30. 1352, for patch from the coal center of Mu- I School District No. 23, of Missu Dell TAXES Ostrava, will lake a cut in Mu'ir bonuses bccau.sc they skipped work u few times hi t.he lust year. The story listed four men to get bonuses of over 20.000 crowns IS-100) with tile top sum goiii^ to Alois Lapis, 4:j, father of Iwo. On the other hand, it said, Metodej Paz- dera earned a reward of 11.003 crowns 'S220.0G) by going 52 per- ovcr his production quota— but he missed three shifts and U was cut to 687 crowns l$1^.1i). Negro Deaths Ncff/e A/tins Ray Services Tomorrow t Funeral son'iecs for Nettie Akhis Ray, who died Tuesday at. Blylhe- ville Hospital at the use of 37. will be conducted nt noon tomorrow ia Nemlah Temple Church by Elder N. Jones. Burial will be in Ml, Zion Cemetery with Caston Funeral Home in charge. She is survived by her husband, Ctlvin Ray; her father. Charley Akins: seven daughters, four sons. five sisters ami four brothers. County, Arkansas. Tiie Board of Directors of .said school district, in, compliance with the requirements of Amendment No. 40 to tlie Constitution ot the j State of Arkansas, adopted November 2. 194vS, has prepared, approved, and hereby makes public the proposed budget of school expenditures for the fiscal year beginning July 1. 1931, to and including June 30, 1952, together with the tax rate, as follows: General Control $ 500 Instruction 5M20 Operation of School Building Mis Maintenance of School Plant and Kquipment .... 900 Auxiliary Agencies (Including trans twrtation) Fixed Charges . Marriage Licenses The follmvii!': couples obtained marriage license yesterday at (\~e (Continued frorn page 1) U.S. planes knocked out four of five tanks moving northeast toward Wacgvvan and ponncied Red artillery, (rucks and troops. American artillery a)st» hurled shells into the convoy. Offensue Signalled A spokesman nt General MacArthur's headquarters snld that when the Reds began moving their forces in daylight on exposed ro.ids ;t would signal the nearness of their offensive. For the pa.st few days they had concealed their movements. Now they were coining into the open. General Mae Arthur's headquarters reported the sinking Friday nf a 10,000 ton North Korean transport at Inchon, the port of Seoul, U. Kenneth J. Appel of Milwaukee. pilot of a light bomber, \vas credited with a direct hit. B-29S lashed Seoul (or the second straight day. leaving the railroad yards flaming and shrouded smoke. The medium tmmbcr.s plastered the rail center with 100 tons of bombs. 20 tons more than were dropped E-Yiday. The next big Communist drive was expected in the critical southern sector east- of Chlnju. There the Retts hurled four probing assaults Thursday and Friday but were repulsed with "heavy tosses." \\'ar 1'lanes Busy The lack of mnjor ground action contrasted sharply Friday to the widespread strikes of allied war- pi an e.s. Like angry hornets, they swarmed over Fled .supply lines and troop concentrations in the largest number of sorties of the war—more tliuii 550. A prime tared was Chinju springboard for the Reds' southern offensive and 55 air miles west Pt:snn. Using napalm—jellied gasoline — bombs, allied pilots struct- undamaged sectors of the city,'suspected hiding places for tanks ant siuns. Unchallenged by enemy aircraft fighter planes of the Air Force U.S. Marines and Australians •552 sorties in attacks on troop con- to submit to the *lators of the District at the annual school election to be held on September 26, 1950, the question of Lisuing the bonds and voting a continuing building fund Inx of 15 mills for their payment, beginning with taxes collected In 1352: NOW, THEREFOR*:, BE IT RK- SOLVED by the Board of Directors of said school district that: 1. They do adopt as the budget or the fiscal year beginning July I, , that budget attached hereto as Exhibit "A" and made H part hereof, proposing that tne electors ;ote a total school tax of 29 mills, of which 15 mills shall be a conUn- g building fund tax for the pur- io.se of paying (he principal and nterest of the propased bond Lisue of $68,000, which it U estimated will run for approximately 15 years; and that the President and Secretary publish said budget once iveek for three weeks, beginning not later than July 27, 1950. in Blylhc- ville Courier News, a newspaper published in Ihi-s county. 2. The President and Secretary of the Board of Directors are hereby authorized and directed to request the County Board of Election Commissioners to prepare the ballot and submit the question of total school tax of 29 mills, ol which 15 mills shall be a continuing building fund tax; to provide for the election of one director; and to conduct and hold the annual election as required by Act 56 of the year 19-W. 3. The President and Secrctarj are hereby authorized and diiectec to advise the County Supervisor of the action of the Board and to request that he carry in his notice of election for this district the pro- pased millnge including the con- centrations, conunun'.iration " nd gun positions. lines 73QO 1600 Capita! Outlay 958-1 Debt Service . ...' 12300 To provide for tile foregoing proposed budget of expenditures, the Board of Directors propose a tax levy of 29 mills, divided as follows: 15 mills Is u continuing tax voted for bonds now outstanding which run through 1952. 14 mills is for the operation of the schols. and 15 mills beginning with taxes collected in 1052. will be a tax for a proposed bond issue of $68.000. which nffice of county cli: Audio Landrum Gullctt. Miss Klfeabflh Blythc v ' m nl " ior approximately IS ycare. iOO 'YOI fConlimiert from yinsc 1) panics. Adds>:-lo Income Tax [li-vrmir Jnder : " r tlie House measure, the pickup woulci.havc been SlM.OOll.COU for the four years 19-17-50 inclusive. Tlie Senate committee approved also a 531.000,000 annual lax on the ' income of government employes I in United States possessions such | as the Canal Zone .The committee made the tax applicable to 1051 income. The House bill would make it applicable to 1950 income as well. The Senators turned down a House reduction, from G |>er cent I n "° are m to 3, in the interest rate the '" " government pays on overhead taxes. Tiiis dropped a ROvennuent savings estimated at about $45,000.000 B year. The committee nlso rejected a House revision of the Uealment of capital gains and losses that w-iiild have picked up an extra 575.0CO.OOO a year, it, approved a House-passed and Miss Okcl lax will constitute a continuing annual levy until the principal and interest of the proposed bonds are paid in full, with -the provisior that the surplus revenues from the building fund millage may be used for other school purposes. GIVEN this 17 day ot July 1950. Dell School District 23 of Mississippi County. Arkansas By W. R. Griffin. President and R. 8. Crawford, Secretary 722-29-B'5 RESOLUTION WHEREAS. Dell School District N'o. 23 of Mississippi County. Ark- am a-, propost'-s to Issue 553.000 in erecting and equipping elementary erecting and equipping an elementary school and gyrn., and desires for taxation in Puerto Rico. fn the summertime many pcofilr their feet quite a few houts dininy Hie day. slider with the soles ol their fc-et miming and their arches iiurlint,', and, it they have corns. Oh, My! _, Try a good rubbing with Bob's Gypsy Rub liniment You will he I ama/cd at the relief you will gel ' At all di-uf; stores i NOTICE For your convenience, we would like to announce here thai our office will be closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday — August 7, 8, and 9. We will be open us usual Thursday morning. Dr. Benjamin F. Scott PORTAGEVILLE, MO. Sunday, Monday & Tuesday ALWAYS A COLOR CARTOON YOU'LL SEE! The most exciting chmax ever brough! to the screen CECIL BDEMILLES MASTERPIECE Samson-Delilah A Paramount Pictur* Matinee & Night Each Day A dm. Matinees Until fi I'.M. 50c InclwliUK Tax Nights $1.00 Including Tax Children 25c at All Times llnois Open 1 ::*0 p.m. lOach Day Shows nl 2. -I, 7, & !)::»! |>.M. Sunday and Monday IT'S A MOVIE"MUST"! From tke fearless, flaming story tjjjj by the South'* ^ £reat(<^/f novelist* William Faulkner, M-G-M kas created' a drama of power and passion! ._„ INTRUDER IN THE DUST OAVID tRIAM • CLAUDE JAMAH, It. • IDAHO HERNANDEZ PORttlt MALL • llliJUElB rtTtUSlll • CMJIIES KCMPCI • Will C[Et • ClMtNCF. 8ROA.1 PRODIICIION • ,,, ,, ,. ,., ...,,.. ., rsoDuciD AJIO CHStcito er cmtKCt BR<]*K .,,,„,.,, "BLVTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATUfc Open Week Days 7:00 Show Slnrts 7:15 Saturday DOUIll.K FEATURE Show Starts 1:04 'Bad Men of Red Butte" wilh Johnny .Mack !!rmvn S Fuzzy Knight n.us "Rusty Leads the Way" Ted Dormldson & John I,ytel Cartocin R- Serial "Junior G-Men' lng building fund mlllag« fax, ith the provision th&t th« surplui evcnue from lha building fund illlnge may be used for other chool purposes. 4, The President and Secretary re hereby authorized and Instruct- d lo advise the Sherifl o! the icon of the Board, to the end that e may Include the millage for th» district In the posting and pub- hing of his proclamation ol tht unual school election. 5. The I'rejsident and Secretary re hereby authorized to publish a egal notice of the Ral« of the pro- xxsed bond issue. In such form »i ,-ill comply with th« law and they ieem advisable. CKR line ATI: If I, the undersigned, Secretary ot he Hoard of Directors of the abova District, certify the foregoing to be a true copy of a resolution duly adopted on July 8. 1950. CERTIFIED under my hand «nd lie seal of said District this July 1, 1950. R B. Crawford, Secretary Saturday DOUBLE KKATUKK 'Jiggs & Maggie in Court" with .Ins Yule acid Kcnle Rfan« —rhirs— "The End of f! the River" Shirring SABlf Cartoon A- Serial Sunday & Monday DOUBLE FEATURE "Singapore" with Frert MncMiirray & Ava Gardner 'Buck Privates Come Home" witti Bud Abbott & Lou Costello Cartoon & Latest News Saturday Owl Show SI m- Slnrts 11:30 Cartoon ,t "Congo Hill" Serial SUNDAY & MONDAY RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday 'PIONEER DAYS' with .IAOK KANUALIi Cartoon t Serial Saturday Owl Show "HI-JACKED" with .Marsha Jones A Jim Datb Sunday Monday & Tuesday 'WOMAN ON PIER 13" witb l.araine Hay A; Robert Ryan Warner News <fc Shorts Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. •- iMatinecs Sat. & Sun. Ph. 58 Saturday 'THUNDERING TRAILS' with The Three Musket«rf Saturday Owl Show "BLONDIE'S SECRET" wllh Arthur t^k« Sunday and Monday "AMBUSH" irilli Robert Taylor

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