The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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MX Tfkyram and Sun Storis Pott-Strike Run . ( NFW YORK, Aug. 29. WV—The M*w York World-Telegram and tun, one ot the country's largest •ftemoon dallies, rolled iff (lie prenei yesterday for the first time In il vecks. The neivspaper was shut down last June 13 by a CIO American Newspaper Guild strike, which was settled last Wednesday vvitl) Ihe signing of a new two-rear contract, A series of special comic strips, telescoping developments missed at tlw tailored Suit Takes to Modern lines Softly flattering in its shadowy Pacific Strea wool—A crisply modern with its trim line, geometric details/ A suit with easy-fitting flattery in the distinguished , Youthmore manner. Your choice of orange spark, rocket red, tan, beige, gray or old gold for colorful or conservative smartness. .Sizes 10 to 20. $59.95 Come'To Our Formal Opening Tomorrow Night — 7:30-10:00 TUESDAY, 'AtJWBT M, 1950 —Courier Neiva Photo NEW SHOW CASE—Tlris new display case containing purses, costume jewelry and sweaters is nnt of the many new fixtures Included In the New York Store's remodeling program. This case in located In the center of the store near the entrance. In the Background can be seen more purses and clothing In the indirectly lighted cases along the east wall of the store. j during the 'strike and bringing readers up to date in the comic stories, began in today's. Issue. Mena Schools Face Cut-Off Of City Water [ MENA. Ark., Aug. 29. (/Pj— Public I schauls of Mena may begin Tall classes next week but without city ivatci facilities. Tl.c citys water aim sewer commission has cut oft water to the schools because, a spokesman said. (!>e Men,! board a! education has failed to pay. water and sewer bills. Commission Chairman Harry Lyle said the schools' now owe $1,783.72 for water and sewer services. He said the bills have been piling up for years. School Board Chairman Edward W. Walking said the schools now are operating on a limited budget and have no funds for expenditures other than those covered In the budget. Apparently the budget does not cover water services. W'atkins said water end sewer facilities previously have been furnished without charge. Lyle said a city ordinance passed in 1916 eliminated free water services to the schools. ,. A meeting of the schools board is scheduled Tuesday night to discuss ths situation. Oak Wilt Menaces Arkansas And Missouri Forest Lands WASHINGTON, Aug. 29. M 1 )—*The Agriculture Department announced yesterday than an aerial survey has disclosed a wide distribution of oak wilt, a forest disease, in southern Missouri and the northern tier of counties In Arkansas. The largest area of Infection Is from three to five acres, while many of the infection centers cover only a third to » half an acre. Ths disease, caused by the fungus chal- ara c-ucrcina. has been under study 1 for years but only recently was j checked by observers in planes. Infected red oak trees are dis- • covered by discoloration of leaves, I which first turn in a light dull 'green and curl upward, then become I yellow and brown before falling. I In white bur oak symptoms usu- | ally show up on top-most branches, ' and leaves turn brown or dark green. The killing disease usually strikes the largest tree first. The spores are believed to be carried by a flying agent, although no evidence has been found to shoK' that they are spread by wind, the department added. Officials of the Arkansas forestry department have been studying distribution of the disease and its effect on. trees in North Arkansas. A report Is expected this fall Britain, France Reject Matthews' Statement LONDON, Aug. 2S. (a-}— Britain joined Prance today in rejecting any Idea that the West shouldvlm- jeash a preventive- war to "compel "Todperatlon for peace." This was .suggested Friday by u. 8. Navy Secretary Francis Matthews. The u. S. state Department has repudiated Matthews' statement. A British Foreign Office spokesman said Britain "leans more to the view of the U. S. State Department thai) to that of Francis Matthews." French Defense Minister Jules Moch said in a speech yesterday that his country also rejects Matthews' suggestion. Court Revokes Bail of 11 Reds NF.W YORK, Aug. 29. (IP, — The U.S. Court of Appeals yesterday revoked the bail of the II convicted Communist leaders a:id gave them 30 days to try to jtay their jail terms. The order was in a two-to-one decision by the three-Judge couit, U.s. Attorney Irving H. Saypol snitl the ruling in effect gave ihe Red leaders a 30-day stay ot iheir prison terms. During the time, he said, the convicted men may apply to the U>S. supreme court for a further stay of sentence pending deter- WALTER ROSENTHAL for your confidence and vision Blytheville We Wish You The Greatest Success On Your Enlarged and Modern GUILD, Inc.- ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI Designers & Builders of the Store Fixtures In Blyi-hevi!le's Finest Ladies Shop Hungary Arrests Two Ex-High Officials LONDON, Aug. 28. (^—Yugoslavia's official news agency Tanju ? repor-s chat Hungary's Communist! government hns arrested two former high ranking officials. Tanjug identified them as former Mimstei of Justhe Istavan Rles and former Minister of Light Industry Gyorgy Marosan. Their "resignations" had been announced previously. The last two members of the Social Democratic party In the cabinet, their ouster was part of a campaign against "right wing Socialists." initiation of their case before it. The court of appeals, at the same time, denied a petition by the Red leaders for a rehearing of their appeal. The 11 Communists were convicted last fall of conspiring k> advocate violent overthrow of the US. government. All but one of the 11 have been free in ball totaling $2«,0<X> which would be continued for 30 days under the decision. the beautiful New York Store chose CARRIER AIR CONDITIONING SALES—SERVICE—ENGINEERING By CITY ELECTRIC CO. "We Service Everything We Sell" We offer CONGRATULATIONS and best wishes for BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE- -NORTH TENTH Phone 3151

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