The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 10, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 10, 1950
Page 2
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 19M BLYTHEVIIAB (ARE.) ootmnw »w* PAGE ma Malik May Face Anti - Red TalkSeries LAKE SUCCESS, Aug. 10. OR—. Security Council members planned 1 » closed, Informal meeting today with their Russian president, Jakob A. Malik, In an effort, to persuade mm to break his procedural blockade in the council. If they Jail, the regularly scheduled council meeting this afternoon Is likely to set off a flood of anti-Communist oratory for the rest of Aucust to match Malik's propa- «anda blasts. Many council sources agreed there was little chance of winning urcssions from Malik. In that !'• " le Western delegates plnn- to match the Russian, speech 'or speech. All delegations except Russia and iiigoslavia—the former wasn't In- v itcrt, the latter refused tn attend— conferred In New York yesterday on tne deadlock problem. Sir Oladwyn Jebb of Britain, who will be council president next month, was chair man. Agrees "In Principle" After the closed session, they re vealed that Arne Sunde of Nor»'»y, council president In July, had telephoned Malik asking him t meet the other delegates for a dis cussion on procedure in pdiance o the regular meeting. Malik agreed—"in principle"—th> froup's statement said. Delegate Promised to keep secret whateve plan they agreed to offer to break* [he deadlock. It was not known II they would present Malik »n ulti- ma turn A U.S source said the mood of yesterday's meeting was determined and that the discussion with Malik would be' more than just an appeal :o him to play ball. The delegates gave little attention to such drastic action as changing the rules and throwing Malik out of the presidential chair. If the closed meeting fails to move Malik, consultations step—but (he speech-making Is certain, the U.S. source said. there may be other on a new procedural U.S. Warships Wreck Important Kail Center TOKYO. Aug. 10. ltf>— American warships destroyed 75 per cent ol the tracks In the marshalling yard at Tanchon, important North Korea cast coast rail center, the Navy said yesterday. Complete reports of the Mondaj bombardment by crui:.?rs and destroyers were received by Vice Adm. Charles T Joy, Commander US. Far East Naval forces. Gas Price War Results in Strike NEWARK, N.J., Aug. 10. (ft — Some 3,000 gasoline stations went on a week-long shutdown strike yes- erday and police were alerted a- gamst possible violence In the fight to nalt a New Jersey "price war." Flying squads of strikers, members of the New Jersey Gasoline Retailers Association, checked on stations still open. "Shock hoops" were dispatched to persuad non-cooperating dealers to Join the shutdown. The <Jas hetaners Association said they wanted to halt the present downward price trend which thcj olamcd on the Sun Oil Co. Prices have dropped an ' average of four cent.s a Ballon. The Sun Oil Co. said it had cut its prices to meet the competition of an Independent brand dealer. Some of the stran?e sandstone spires In northwestern New Mexico are as'tall as a 20-story skyscraper. Samples Own Product ORANGE, Tex., Aug. 10. (API -r- Police today held a beer Hall operator .arrested here at the requcs of his wife. Her complaint: He was drunk and selling beer at half price. Train May Have to Stop At Automobile Crossing PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 10. (IFl— If ilans BO through to replace a wooden bridge with a grad* 1 crossing in East Whiteland Township, the (rains—rather than the automobiles —will nave to stop, look and listen The Pennsylvania Public Utility commission lias disclosed U has Just about decided to authorize removal of the brH«e carrying a railway spur of the Reading Compan\ over Highway No. 401. The bridge would be replaced by a grade crossing. As part of the plan, the PUC said, the railroad agreed to have all its trains nu the branch Hue stop and then proceed when highway traffic permits. Group to Check Industry Status WASHINGTON, Allit. 10. W)— The House Interstate Commerce Committee yesterday set up * nin«- meinbcr subcommittee to keep tab on the preparedness of Industrie* under its jurisdiction. Rep. Oren Harris (D-Arlo U one o( the members. Announcing this In a statement. Chairman Grosser en-Ohio) .said the committee Is 'deeply mindful of the fact thai such industries > on, oommunlcttlon*, power, petroleum and «m »re the very sinews of the nation's economy »nd any defense effort." He said the subcommittee will consider the ability of the Industries to fulfill defense tasks and the problems Ihey face In obtaining necessary material* and manpower, Missouri Man Dies in Crash LEBANON. Mo.. Aut. 10. </!>>— Sam W. llucr, 5i>. Lebanon businessman who was associated In several «ho« storw tn *outh «entr»l His«- ourl. v»t, killed »arly yesterday In the collision of hk automobile and i truck on highway 66 near Plillllpsbiirg. Mo. Huer was (raveling east on the highway. The westbound tractor- trailer truck was driven by Grover Nickels, 28, Springfield, Mo. Nickeh and his 19-year-old wife, Kathleen, were taken to « I^lnnon hnspltnl for treatment of minor cuts and bruises. Htlfr is survived b} 1 his widow and a dauuhter. AUTO GLASS Installed A dragonfly can Jly with wing (cm completely off. Blytheville Glass & Paint Co. l.'ifi E. Main Phone 6716 No Irish Luck Here SYRACUSE, N. Y., Alls- 3. 'APj — Thomas Grosan produced a driver's license in traffic court, but he still paid a $25 fine on a charge of driving \viihout a license. 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