The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1950 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 11, 1950
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MOH&AY, EEETBMHKlt 11, MM Security^ Council Again to Distuss Chinese Red and Purported Strafing I-AKK'SUCCESS ii '«» ~ - ' .- . \ • ^ I'AIJK.'SUCCESS, Sept. 11., (XP)- 1 he. Security . Council meets again today . (2. p. ni. Eastern Standard *">W.,loa>gue. whether.a-Chinese Coiuniunlft .spokesman .should . be invited., to, attend council debates on cliarges a u. S. plane strafed a Manchunaii air strip. Ernest-'Grass, deputy U. S.'rep- Illness I Mrs. Service* to; Mrs. Lilly Mae Wat,,,-,...,— ...^..j ...,„ kins. 2121 Carolyn, who dted. late 55 and. into, charges thai'the yesterday at the home of her "to 'make; propaganada." ''.' •He said his delegation ' favors ' s eegan avors •'•Kori-the, spot 'inquiry into 'those cnSrcs and into, chares thai 'the ••"'-'Vr /u»q into, <:na_rges inat, me j"\tiuny at me norne of her '•S. is^'iilji'y of aggress'tqu. "against daughter,. Airs. w. R. Springer, 2212 WnV because" of ids policy and Marguerite, will be conducted to- ctiou regarding Formosa, " nuirow at 2 p.m.,at the Loue Oak U.S. is Chl't ""i'his is a fact-f'i'iilliig problem,' he snicl. "_'"fhe '-facts 'can' 'lie' found by TJ.N, 'cojnnnsskms or other 1 'investigating bodies'oh the spot and there is ho need 'for the 'Chinese r.'omtriunlsts (o come to counci 'neetingS'tQ.nmke propaganda." • i Voles Are Procedural- He, marie clear- that. U..- S. votes onjjosed to inviting them will be procedural, however, and not 'ai exercise of the veto.' The United states never has cas a veto. Russia has used 44 vetoes. ,He'i '15th was ready, to, stop setting up an India-Sweden , inquiry, commission on the .tlanchurlan, sir slvaf- iug charges. Chinese Communist Foreign Minister Chou En-lai yesterday telegraphed U.K. .Secretary- Genera Trygve Lie and Sir Cihuiwyn Jehb British president of the council, that any council decisions, on the com- plalnt against U. S. air activity would be illegal unless Hed China's representatives were present for the diaeus-sion. K:id!« Statement Made Tile Communist radio at Peiping earlier broadcast a statement thai a U. N. commission would not be admitted to Red China until a •^lekesman for the Peiping regime •S* In the council. If the Peiping regime follows that up with an official notice to the United Nations gross said the U. S. will net Insist on the India-Sweden commission but will ask for some other form of inquiry. [f Russia does not use her 45th veto on the 1 Chinese question, II may be cast tomorrow when the rcuucll holds another closed meet>i>K, Jebb hopes the council will be able to agree then on 'its yearly report to the General Assembly. The threat of another Russian veto hangs over it because.'of .''its -references to meeting on the .Korean conflict and other meetings . which Russia boycotted between Jan. 13 and Aug. i. Program on TB To Be Presented And educational program on tuberculosis will/be given at the Forty nnd Eight school:tomorrow n|ght by the Missisippi- County Tubef. is .Association, Mrs..'c. G. Red'; executive secretary, announc: This morning. ' : The program is h'-'iv i-i./p-i -.,'• the request of J. D. Needrmm, prih clpal of the I-orty and Ei«hi « A simlla Jmllar program w VlTb'e he d "V" 6 " to *'» °' Kasan. Thursday rntghl ,t the Mississippi c 0 °u Uratt?rt 8l H B '" ^ S ' rOng Red ,High School at Wp-st R,rlV. ^"^rattack drove them back j School at We-st Ridge. Both programs will Include talks by Mrs. Redman and the showing of a film. . . Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS III Sept. II. (AP>— (USDA)--Hogs 13500; rather slow: -weights 200-lb up opened 35 to 50 lower, later 50-75 lower than Friday's average- lighter weight; 50-75 lower; sows Koigj 400-lb down- 19.75-21 00 lo^P 21.25; good 110-500 Ib 18.25-1G 50; heavier sows 16.50-18.00; stags 12.50-15.00; boars 8.00-12.00. Cattle 7.500. calves 1.500; about 100 loads of steers offered; heifer.; and mixed yearlings In fairly little supply; with cows making up nlrait 50 percent of the run; opening trade Mow: although a lew good to choice steers spirt steady at 29.25-31.00; medium and good heifers and mix- «l_.vearllngjs about steady at 25.W- 20 ; >">; little done on cows with undertone weak; common and medium cows 19.00-20 sc- round's and cutters largely 15.50-1900 Obituaries Baptist Church. Burial will be In the Malarial park Cemetery. Mrs. Watkins, 58. had been ill a :o'.it four monlns. ' Survivors Include her husband' J O. Walkins of .Blylhevllle; two daughters. Mis, W. R. stringer o blytiieville and Mrs. Charles Big ha.ii of St. Louis; two sons. Billy Walters and J. L. .Walters,-both o Uiylheville; (wo. brothers, the Rev Kdjjar Cooper of Warren and Wai ter Cooper of Dallas; and three sis ters. Mr«, Pearl: Reynolds of Our don. M:s. P. M. Belcher and Mrs J. N. Colllngsworth, both of Dallas and hei mother, Mrs. Cooper alsi of. Dallas. Holt Funeral Home w'lll b« in charge. Rites Tomorrow For Mrs. Rankin Services for Mrs. Bessie Mae Ran kin, who died late yesterday after noon at her home west of Gosnel' will be held tomorrow at U a.m. a the O'Neal church near Enville Tenn. Burial will be In the O'Nn Cemetery. She was 37*. ' ": ~ Mrs. Rankin with her husband J. E. ; Rankin, and their two crill dren, John, Jr., and Joan, have lived on the Louis Cherry farm near Gosnell for about five years. They moved there from Henderson, Tenn She had been III for sonic time. , In addition to her husband' and two children, Mrs. <Kankln .Is lur vived by her mother, .Mrs. Lizzie Brewer; three sisters, Mrs. Don Pedtord, Mrs. Ward Busby and Mrs Euos Bryant; and three brothers Joe Brewer, W. D. Brewer and Robert Lee Brewer, all of Henderson Teim. -Holt Funeral Home Is'in charge KOREA Continued irom page 1 tl«t« the report immediately. American Hurled Back The Eighth Army communique said the Red Koreans smashed at First Cavalry foot troopers east of TWaegwanJ'iind' 1 KffrlecJ"the: American* back three-fourth of' . mile On the First Cavalry's right flank, Doughboy, ,>,„!,<,£ „„.', one mile through heavy fire toward the_walleri town of Kasan. 11 miles hair mile. Jack McBeth reported the "main >K -on the north rest sector „--- in the ridges only seven miles north of Taegu. There the North Korean first ,n a lath Divisions rammed against Allied defenses anchored in a semi-circle *_"°min»t(ng high ground. _ First Cavalrymen fought "up and down hill" to maintain their lines. ma a spokesman said. Allied warplanes strafed, rocketed With the Courts Circuit: ••fofmlnall Slate of Arkansas vs. R. C. Gay and .battery. : State of Arkansas vs. J. J: Johnson, from municipal court ol r.,nvirl|[>n for failure to give proper signal. DOM T TOUCH » PIMPLES! You may mat,. th«m WOTM : *•*•«- <iui Lim.ii, naj South Koreans thrust to within W-, than, three miles of Poharig, Sea of Japan port lost to Ihe Reds last week The Red., were reported withdrawing from the pocket between Pohang and Kyongju. Between Pohang and Taegu the South Korean Eighth Division continued its drive norih of the Yong- chon-Kyongj,, road against mod- erale enemy resistance. At one point the South Koreans were six miles north o[ the key road, closed by the Reds last week In their mass breakthrough. Pilots reported considerable movement" of enemy forces about 10 miles east of Yong- chon. Women's National Amateur Tourney Opens in Atlanta ATLANTA, Sept. 11. (^—Eighty- two of the best women folfers Iri America and Britain who pl«y for fun and not for funds opened the golden anniversary women's national amateurftournament today. The find /or the 50th national of the united Stales Oolf Association actually numbers 10*. Twentythree of them, however, got free rides in tile first round, 13 through byes' and 10 because their Intended opponents didn't show up. One of the'defaults came opportunely for Curtis Cuppe* Dorothy Kirby who has been runner up In two national amateurs. Miss Kirby, whose home is only • few allies from Kasl Lake course, 1« HI and likely would-not have played today Several other championship possi bles In addition to Miss Kirby auto malically moved Into Hie «con round at the 6.521-yard East Lak course No. i. The two main favorites — Do Klelty of Long Beach, Calif., ah Polly Rlley, Fort Worth. Texas — weren't involved with byes and de faults and both had unusuall rough first round opponents. Miss Klelty met Mary Lena Faul of Thomasville, Ga. Miss Paulk pos slbly could become one of America' test amateurs if she didn't detes practice. Miss Rlley meet* All Chatham of Greenwood, Miss BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWf Stranded Students To Leave for U.S. PARIS. Sept. It. (/F)_About '& or the 180 U. S. students and teach ers stranded here and in London lor the.past week are scheduled tc leave by plane for home (at 1 a.m. EST) today. The studens were stranded when he Tiger Air Un« Informed them the travel service' sponsoring their trip had not paid their return >l passage. Under ,n emergency arrange men I the students will pay » n additional $ 65 each to the airline They will be reimbursed when the line collects the'money from the travel service, which already had been paid $355 by each of them. Drivers Art Fined In Court at Osceola One man was fined a'nd another forfeited a VM.M cash bond in Municipal Court In Osceola thin morning nn charegs of driving while un- drr the influence of liquor. Fined »50 and costs was Frank Pitman, c; E. Coberri forfeited bond In iiher Action. Isaac Klmbel w> fined tiO.and'.cosVi on a charge reckles driving:- I.,. ;•' \ " Man Retires—Not Truck ALTON..•III.—(jPj-George J Winner', (Model T Ford) truck wa.i a year old when he started In the baggage hauling business 31 years ago. :.', • : . Now Tl years old. Winger has Just retired. But hi-v33-year-olrt truck he says, Is still running and .almost vs (food as new. . RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. & Tuesday " Sunset Boulevard" with Gloria Swanson . and William Holden News and Shorts S.S.S. GAS - Oil - ELECTRIC Heating Equipment natural gat or bufan* Automatic Heating Controls Wholesale Distributor MACK LEWIS BM: . n..,fhlly pi mple , m>y rfi..,,^,, RIIPOMSI MOTID In *Ll CASE! TIlTtel In <>1<>»»>"y «" by ITmvcTOl, *K«,r, »„ » ' f.«r if, i» f il Sri tit,. t^V for 3 S.S "„ t rM hot «t »ny dnip store. Congress Group Expresses Hope For Action to Meet Red Threat WASHINGTON, Sept, 11. (/Vj -# Congressional foreign relations com- mltlee members Joined today In a statement expressing hope thai "the next few weeks will bring practical rcsDomes from the free world to the Soviet challenge." Chairman Corinally <D-Tex) of the Senate committee and Chairman Kee (D-WVa) of the House group made the statement public. Connally read it lo reporters after Secretary of State' Acheson had briefed the lawniakers in a 'closed session on the position he will take in conferences in New York with the foreign ministers of Britain and France. " " ' • Connally said that Acheson als< discussed topics to .be constderei it the subsequent North Atlanti Treaty organization meetings. Thes Included. Connally said, the futun of Germany and possible contribu tlons by the Germans to mutua defense of Western Europe. ' Acheson told the group, Connall lid, that the United Slates wll continue lo support Nationalls Chins In the United • Nations. The Texas senator aal'd the cab Inet member also outlined thi American position on Korea. For mosa, Indo-China and ' southeas Asia In general. It was the commilleemen's firs channe to question Acheson abou Formosa since President Truman', cancellation of Gen. Douglas Mac Arthur's message on that Island', Importance. • . • It, would not be good practice Connally told reporters, to explain Achtson's views in advance of the New York conferences. Flying School Teachers TEL..AVIV, Israel.— (/[>- School teachers are going In for flying to Israel. Fifty-four of them have Just, completed an aviation course lere. _Bf7T« DISPOSITION i^^iliSP^ and BD tlrainanil H st JOI , . BUCK^RAUGHTu, THt FAMILY .UkXATlVE' ROMANCE DIAL 3391 TEXACO HEATING FUELS Also Cartoon Carnival -4- BIG COLOR CARTOONS Tuesday & Wednesday —nouur.E rr.ATVjtr.— 2 of the Most Talked of Pictures of Our Time S»T« thf Cost of Baby SitUr Cowboy Actor To Appear Here RKO Studios' movie cowboy star the Masked Texan, and his whit Arabian stallion, silver Chief, \v!l appear In Blythevllle and Osceol today. v L. S. Ranger, who Is the Maskei Texan, his appeared In the picture "Texas Rangers Hide Again," and j currently wprklng on two others. He will b« at (he Court House ii BJytlieville at 4 p.m. «nd I* to 'ap pear at OBeeola's Court House a 5:30 p.m. today. Tin Masked Texan Is the gues of C. O. Smith and Bob's Gypsj Rub Llnament. The U.S. Defense Departnun telephone exchange In Waslil'iToi handle.5 225,000 Jnside and 90.000 outside calls per day.' E. W. Dill, 1864 Wilford. Bast St. Umls, 111, says he's the ha|i|ilcs( man in Illinois, now that he's leel- ing better. Mr. Dill gives nil the credit to HADACOb lor leelln; 50 much better. He WAS suffering from deficiencies of Vitamins Bl, B3, Nla cln and Iron. Here Is Mr. Dill's statement on whit HADACOL did for him: "i was a conductor tor the New York Central-Railroad for over 27 years In 1947 a locomotive rarUovcr me. I wa« In the hospital a .year and a half. After I got out oil the hospital I was very nervous and had dizzy spells all the lime. I .tried many things—nothing seemed to help me.,Then a Mend of mine per auaded me to take HADACOI^—and after he Insisted for 2 weeks I nn ally/got some HADACOL. What •„ marvelous change has taken place —now. I am able to move around, am hardly nervous at:all and dizzy and fainting spells, why, they've almost completely vanished. Now j feel so good I have opened up a candy store and do a good day's work, HADACOL—why,, that's the most wonderful thing there Is In this world. I recommend It to >1] my friends." Many Thousands are benefiting from HADACOL even hundreds of doctors are rec- immcnding HADACOL to their patients whose systems lack Vitamins 31, B2, Iron, and Niacln. HADA- COL Is so 7,'or.derful because HAD- ACOL helps biiild up the hemoglo- )ln content of your blood (when Iron Is needed) to carry these precious Vitamins and Minerals to every organ, and every part of your body-to the heart, liver, kidneys and lungs, even to the eye.s hair and nalto. Don't continue to be miserable! Don't continue to suffer! Give remarkable HADACOL ' a hance to help you and if you don't feel better with the flrst few bottles you take — you get your money back. Only $1.25 lor Trial Size; Large Family or Hospital Size, »3.50. PjMlhl DM, »»• l.cBlano Carport- SERVICES Ktmp Whi-senhunt * Co. • Sand A Finish Hardwood • Lay Hardwood Flooring • Asphalt Tile Call •* uda; ftr a rre^eillmaU. We fin j«« prompt, cvBrieous Kirlce. FJIJJ FHA rijmrnl, Ctmt In TnJaj, Kei WhisenhUk. Co IM r.. M*ln I BEAUTY Continued Horn Page 1 she said. But she approves both men and southern Hcccnls—tor other ghls. W .MS that come with her ttl.le Include $1,000 now nnd $3,000 later •In addition lo the scholarship, an nulomouilc, aiirl a set of silverware- Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEN/V "Your Community Cenier" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun I'h. 58 Last Times Torlny rr Barricade with Dan« Clark rr Tuesday "Destination Big House" with Rob Rockwell BLVTHEVILLE* ONLV ALL WHITE THEATPE Open Week Days 6:15 Show Starts 7:00 Saturdays & ^undays 1:00 Last Times Torlay (DOUBLE FKATUHKI Cartoon Tuesday & Wednesday DQUBI.K PKATUKK 2 Short* Moscow Radio Reports O*o«/i of Red General LONDON, Sept. 11. M'j - The Moscow radio last night reported the doatii of Kum Gen, North Korean deputy minister, of national defense and chief of the eenerjvl staff of the Korean Communists' irmy. The broadcast of a Tnss News Do you suffer distress from COimUHTS 'btforc'l Do functional monthly •( Aliments make you suf- /ter pnln, fed nervous, itrangely rcst!css f wcnk' —at BUCU times, or Just / before your period? J Then try Lyclla E. Plnkhiim's Veuo- IftbloConiptnnid to relievefiuchsyini)- lonifl. iMnklnim's Compound 1ms a soothing anllspasmodlc action on one of woman's most 'important or- puns. It not only relieves this month- . ly pnlu but also pto-iicrloil ucrvovirf, tense emotions cr this ntiture. Regular HBO helps hulicl up rcslfilanco RRnlnst such temuic distress, Truly the wotnan'a friend! IVDIA E. PIHKHAM'S PAGE FIVE — — Agency dispatch from .PoyrigyingT Hie North Korean capital, taler Kain Gen "died at the front on Sept. 8" but gave no other detail«. 1 Are you neglecting what might b« t dangerous affliction? Write to us for the new FHEE BOOK that described f the causes, symptoms and treatment > tor piles ami other rectal and colonls disorders. Also will be sent a refer-, „ cnce list with the names of• people " who will tell you how nearly 70,006' others found relief and happ!neE*7 Write to Thornton & Minor Clinic.' 1 '' Suite an, sii E. Linwood, Kansai' City 3. Mo. SHONV STARTS 7:30 P.M. LAST TIMES TONIGHT l)OUiU,i.; FEATURE F/RSF SHOWING /N BLYTHWILLE 2'CARTOONS & LATEST NEWS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature Program FIRST SHOWING IN BLYTHEVILLE "Forbidden Adventure" , A Gigantic Jungle Production MfCT TM€ MOiT 10VABU, tAD. CENY.IOVJNG fOlKS THAT 'EVER STOtE rcU» MtAIIT AWA/J A Wjtet Pieces PreJ«bM , CHARLIE RUGGLES fftet MX ttmt. MUM xcr KUIOK • cam ion INF.- Also 2 Cartoons £ Latest News Free Playground for the Kiddies Children U ana Under Admitted Free IT' To My Friends Wish lo announce that am now localctl nt CHAR- LKY'.S KLECTKIC SKHV- IC'IC. Now 1 am able to serve you 21 hours a day on COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION and A III-CONDITIONING work. Please feel free (o call at any time. Frank Westall Day 2033 . . .; N'ight 2S08 Get our figure on your plumbing job, it Can he conveniently fin* in'ccd through FIIA. \Vc .contract complrle Joh or will sell you the fixtures aril rough- In material and you choose your plumber. ir work Is Riven oar prompt iltcntion. See or Call Orsburn Supply 1016 \V. Main Ijlythcville Phone 3208 or Orsburn Plumbing Co. """ 'rd Ave. Caruthersvftlt Phone 1179 Does Your Speedometer Read Correctly? For safe driving, belter check on it. We give one- flay service on speedometer repairs for any make or model .car or truck. Drive in loday. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 East Main Phone 2122

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