The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 21, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 21, 1950
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MONDAY, AUGUST 21/1950 Bt.YTWFVTT.T.R f AJ?K 1 Crack British Troops Are Reported Preparing to Join Fighting in Korea By STANLEY RICH « HONG KONG, Aug. 21. (IP) — Two crack British battalions of the Argytc and Sutherland Highlanders and the Middlesex regiments today were reported packing up to join United Nations forces !n Korea. An official source named the ••'' 1.500 strong, after Gen. Sir ™n Hardint? announced in Siugn- fore that a British infantry force wr »il<! be sent to Korea immediately. Hardlne. commander of (he British Far East, land forces, snid Ooneral MacArthur hud askert him for reinforcements without delav. Britain nlreadv has sea and nlr forces fighting but these will he net first around t r r>«n.s In Korea S^ hns oronilsnd 5000, Britain'* dr-Hsirm <:nme as Red f'lna's Premier-Forc'^n Minister Chou En-Lai said the • "Korean nnestiin irinst and can he solved peacefully." "Seal Rfds" Chou gave Red Cliina'.s prnnosals In messaoes to TryRVe Lie. United M 0 1f^ns ^"rreta!-v-f»rncral. and Jn- !'."b A. Malik of Russia, nrnsidont !"r Antiiist of the ITN. Security r>"mni -t i^ke Success. Red China's terms. a<= rennrled hv the Communist Ncu- Chinr, news ??er>cY: Accr-nt Russia's nrorronl tor seating Red China In (he U.N. ?nci then sfairt talking ovr- tbe K" r ean "iiestinn in the council wHh a Red Korean reorcsentative at the t? hl e as a witness; The Red aoencv said Chen's rnessase "denounced AmTi^a for creMing .the Korea IncMent. for attempting In hroarlen the scone of p^med conflict, for necression in | Kirea and Taiwan (Formosa) and jte hlocking neaceful solution of iff* Korean \var." Chou also blamed the United States for what he called "delaying Uctics" in the seenrltv counrll. denounced "savape bambini;" of Korean cities and asked the council to suppress "American violence." (Red China troops also were ac- H'-e. A Peir>in<r radio broadcast heard in San Francisco said the Communists had cantureci Nannang I'hnd 140 miles soi'l^wst of H"n» Kong, wining out 400 Chinese Nationalist troops). In Taioei. Formosa, Nationalist Premier Chen Chenj redlcled the next big Communist move would come in Indochina. "Moscow's fifth column will start an eruption In Indochina just us its fifth column did in Korea." Chen told army officers. Inside China, guerrillas were kicking up tiouble Bgain. A Nationalist Chinese press dispatch said 300 guerrillas stormed into Kwangning yesterday, killed 40 Red soldiers in B two-hour street-battle anil fled With 50 bags of rice. Kwangning is 7i miles northwest of Canton. South Chlrfi's main city. Names for Aussie Quads Announced SYDNEY, Australia. Aug. 21. iff-) —Mrs. Betty Sara's quads, who gave most of Australia the jitters dur- : "ig the 50 hours they took to ar- ive, were reported in good health today. The 29-year-old English war bride ,nd her husband, Percy, a former nounced the following names for the babies: Alison, girl, born Thursday night •eight 3 pounds 9'^ ounces. Phillip, born Friday night, weight pounds 11 ounces. Judith, born Saturday, weight 5 pounds. Mark, boy. born Saturday nlghl, 'eight not disclosed. The 1.000 residents of Bellingcn where the couple lives, plan to enlarge the Sara home for the new arrivals. A Sydney newspaper h; begun a fund drive to aid the quads. dvocotes Bar Lodge for Cure WASHINGTON. Aug. 21. (/P)—A "hangover lodge where motorists would be kept until sober" is advocated (or every bar be W. A .Scharfenberg. executive secretary oE the American Temperance Society. He told a Seventh Da.y ArtvetiUsta meeting yesterday that legislation should be enacted requiring bartenders to collect ignition keys before they serve drinks to motorists. "After drinking, the customer should be taken to the 'hangeovcr lodge' until simple scientific tests prove his fitness for driving," Bchar/fenberg said. Large quantities of cryolite, nec- tssary in refining aluminum, are found only in Greenland TRANSPORT HEAD? - fn- fonned circles in Washington wy that Charles Van Horn, retired railroad executive, will head the soon-to-be-creaied transportation office within the Department o* Defense Van ijpom was formerly* associated ^•ith the Baltimore and Ohio railroad Dr. Orlie Porker DENTIST "moan"* lh « opening of hh of- Ken In the Injrim Buildinr formerly occupied by Or HA T»ylor. ' Office Hours 8:,-10-3:00 Telephone 2792 Resident* Phont 2111 OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT SPECIAL DELIVERY - Rep. John H. Walsh (D., Ind.) had to moke a flying trip back to Washington in order to get Congress to consider his bill to restore Iwice-a-day mail delivery. Under a tricky House rule, walsh was the only one who could call up the bill lo the floor and, had he not appeared in time, it is doubtful whelher Congress would have considered the measure before adjourning. Missco Delegates Named to Attend Democratic Meet Nlnteen delenates from Mississippi County will attend the state Democratic convention in Little Rock next month. These delegates include W. E. McMath of Glider, Oliver Clark of Frenchman's Bayou. R. C. Branch of Pccati Point. Faucr A. White of Osceola. Sam M. Hodges of Jsccola. John E. Crain of WiUon. William J. Denton of Wilson, Bruce Ivy of Osceola. E. M. Ilegenold of Armorel. Earl Magcrs of Dell, w W. Fowler of Manila, State Sen J. Lee Bearden of Leachvllle, and Oscear Fendler, William Wyntt. Sheriff William Berryman, Prosecuting Attorney H. O. Partlow and Jesse Taylor, all of Blytheville. Alternate delegates are W. M Taylor, K. H. Robinson, j. W. Hall, and James Woodare. all of Keiser; Elliott Sartaill. Ted Woods, Miss Alene Word, and St. Rep.-Elect John j. Cowan, all of Osceola; Jake Holliman of west Ridge, Harold Ohlendorf of Grider, A. A. Tipton, i. D. Shedd, Fred Pleeman and Leroy Carter, all of Manila; the Rev. Eugene Hall of Dell; and Jack Robinson. County Judge Eo- 'and Green. R. D. Hughes and Shades Langston, all of Blytheville Australian Air Force s;unner, an- __ The term "grocer" originated as "grosser," a man who dealt In "ross quantities of spices, as distinguished from a retailer. Rercr Drumcd Tiny TUMS Work S« Fart " imagine me ean'nj; all mj- favoriic foods with never a sign of acid indigestion, heartburn QC R&$," s»?s Aunty May. "If Cousin Harry hadn't given m« some Tumi ihrii time I tisiteu him and had thai bad case of sour iitniiach, I wouldn't believe anything could work so fast." Turns do work in iccord lime. No mixing, no wailing—no soda 10 cause acid ! febotmd. Keroember, keep Turns tiandf — eat like candy. See if you don't h«»e lot* more fun eating faToritc foods and enjoying life. TUMS FOR THE TUMMi Another DREIFUS Exclusive YOU CAN STILL OWN «. ,1 hand painted dinnerware START™ SET FOR FOUR Regularly $16, if pieces ore purchased separately IDEAL gift dinner-ware for the couple starting housekeeping. It's as modern as you wish, yet perfectly at home with provincial pieces. As time goes on, the bride may adj to her starter set from op«n stock. And there are California Ivy »as«s, centerpiece bowls and many dramatic art- ware pieces lo choose from. Open Your Account Toddy Poy As Littfe As 50c Weekly n n i: 111 s itut nrtif» III, VMM VI M\ '- PAGE THREE BRING YOUR CAR IN FOR SERVICE MONDAY OR TUESDAY, BECAUSE..... The happy group of employes were winners in Chevrolet's big Feudin'-Fussin'-Fightm' Contest and on Wednesday they'll be guests at the big payoff picnic in Memphis, so ... SULLIVAN-NELSON CO. WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY We're justly proud of our employes for their remarkable showing in placing SULLIVAN-NELSON COMPANY on top in the CHEVROLET FEUDIN'-FUSSIN'-FIGHTIN' contest. Come Wednesday, they'll receive their reward with prizes and a payoff picnic to be held in Memphis in a victory celebration with more than 1,000 Chevrolet employes in the MidSouth area scheduled to attend. So come in Monday or Tuesday for your automobile service. We'll be back on the job Thursday as usual. Our Service Station and Tow-Truck Service will be open as usual... SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO.

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