The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 19, 1950
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K,TTOEVTU,E (ARK.) COURTE* NWS PAGE ronr JN Assetnbly Opens Meet With 74 Items on Agenda NEW YORK, Sept. 18. <*>—T)M ITN. G«n»r»l As«mbly. which opens iu fifth *»lon today, hu t enuhln* kwd of 74 lt«m» on I Its. agenda. .,-'•• -V • Tlit 14th—subnUlled,. by Tndl» »t the list moment y«tUr<^«.y— calls on the assembly to oust Chines* Nationalist drlegaL«c and replace them with representative* *o(. the Communist Peiping government. \ • ' .•:.•-.•• , I Other Items ol world importance on the A**embl>'» Khedule for consideration are: " ' . ' Korea—the Assembly will debate the report of its Korean com- vAk. which puts full blame for the war there on the North Ko- rean^onimunlsts, Spain—The assembly will discus* rescinding its motion ctlllni on member governments to withdraw their ambassadors from Madrid. Jerusalem—The assembly will hear a report from the trusteeship council which has been trying to implement last year'« decision calling for the Internationalization of the Holy City. Greece—The Assembly will hear the report of Its Balkan commission charging Itat. Bulgarian-based guerrilla* constitute, a menace to-Greek freedom, and demanding the return of Greek children kidnaped by guerrillas. South Africa—A resolution, submitted by India, asking tlw U. N. 0 Investigate Ihe treatment of persons of Indian origin in th« Union 1 South 1 Africa, will be debated. . ; •• , Atomic Energy—The Assembly will continue Its five-year effort o obtain International control o( atomic energy. , Election of a secretary general—Ti-ygvt Ue't five-year term end« Feb. 2. It is believed the assembly will ask him to continue to serve. Peace program—The Assembly will consider a 30-year program, iubmllted bv Lie. for achieving world peac* through the agency of the United Nations. RAI ER HAS MICH "1 Q"—A new wire-tying farm baler, claimed by engineers to be almost capable of "thinkinj"' U put through its paces at New Holland, Pa. Able to turn out up to 10 ton. «f baled hay each hour, th« machin* has an automatic warning device that tells when the wira mpply u running out, hydr»uli« controls to keep the .bates uniform and other automatic device*. •E Hikes Price Dn Refrigerators i NEW YORK, Sept. 19. W)—Gen- Electric yesterday announced was increasing prices on refrift- alors and some other appliances roin six to 13 per cent. e company said the price in- rease was made necessary by In- reased materials cojts and. the rage increases and other benefits 'on by GE workers last week. , Th»Cftdjnstment applies also to ej^pezers, ranges, water Iieal- ,'and automatic dishwashers. Prices on other products will be creased soon, the company said. Cities Set New Records for Taxes 'WASHINGTON, sept. 19. w) — The Census Bureau reported today governments of the nation's 37 largest dtles set new high records lor spending and collecting taxes In 1M9. The bureau said their combined outlays totaled $n.(MS.331,000 while genera! revenue - totaled $2,113,651,000. That left an aggregate deficit of $335,280,000 for those cities th year. , . Expenditures In 1M» ran 10 per cent above IMS while revenue increased only 6 per cent, the bureau said AF General Cancels Talk To Reserves EDSON (Continued from page*) Sugar Pine cones range' from o 18 Inches Ion?. Arkansan Aboard Jet In First Attentpt At Atlantic Non-Stop MANSTON AIR BASE. Bng. Sept. 19. CAP)—Two U.S. Air JMrce officer* took off today in the first attempt in history to fly the Atlantic non-.stop in jet planes. The two. : Tmmder)ets took to the air Irom this U.S. Third Air Division base at 8. a.m. BST. They hoped to land in New York by late afternoon. The fliers are Ool. David Schilling, 31, famed wartime' ace,, formerly of Kansas City, Mo., and Li. Col. W. D. Ritchie of Pine-Bluff, Ark. .PORT WORTH, Tex., Sept.. 1«. (JPl —MaJ. Oen. Orvil Anderson, who was suspended from Air rorce duty for advocating preventive war, will nolisneak to the Air Reserve Association meeting here Sept. 28-30. He •fs notified the group yesterday. Anderson was relieved as commandant at the Air War College and suspended by Air Torce Chiet of. Staff Hoyt Vandenberg earlier this month. The action'came alter Anderson was quoted in Montgomery, Ala , as ottering to bomb Russian A-bomb centers. •At that time »n Air Force spoken- man said Anderson would be free to speak at the convention if he were restored to duty as commandant ol the air college, but that he could not speak if General Vandenberg'. removed him from' his post. ''The Air fy>rce in not, trying to General Anderson, 1 ' ihe.spokes- war. controls . agency was ; that It was the first he had heard of the rumor. Actually, all U\e reporters there' knew that' the deal to give Harrison that job had . been made the day before. White House aides now explain that the President, gave that answer because Harrison hadn't had a chance to explain the new job to the board of dlrectoi ol A. T. & T., the company h was leaving. A Grim Warning for Red Saiellie Some pentagon authorities clal a psychological, gain from the A Force's strategic bombing In Norl Korea, which they say sets off II disadvantages of it as propagam fodder for the Reds, They sr that • It will serve to dlseourai any other ' countries which mlg be tempted to del as pawns of U Russians from starling ap,gressi action, with the thcral of its elite factories and transportation fac! es be 1 nc pulverized by V. 8. tunes, a Commie satellite would ink twice about starting any kind trouble which might Inspire UN olloe aijtlon. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark, Last Time Today MMUK *•>•« MM LUND ECM.KT-DUMLYKN I KMT *um mi tf«r am Wednesday & Thursday "YOUNG DANIEL BOONE" with David Bruce & Kristin* Miller Also News A Short SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M. Tuesday & Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE RAY COLUKS • MIKHAIL RASUMNY A GAINSBOROUGH PICIUK A ONIVCBSAt-IHTlRNAllOrfAL Always A Cartoon for Your Enjoyment Free Playground for the Kiddies -Children 11 and Under Admitted Fret man said then. G. Washington farm Mis for $97,700 HATBORO, Pm. f Sept. II. (*),/— George "Washington .would -have to fU£r.' pretty deep to onj one-bi -his old. headquarters these days. "•'•/'' .The 140-acre "headQUarters farm" *— iis<d by the Continental, Army commander during 1717 — WM wld last Saturday for $$7,700. The main house »nJ ;«x- acres — three miles north of this soulheasf- ern -Pennsylvania, community — went Tor J49.00Q. wHh 'the remainder of (he properly sold In thiee separate parcels. -' ' ., '" ' ; Blessed ReRef from Cramp Pains RESCUE LINE — Durward Knowles and Basil Kelly, itand- ,ing, are thrown a line from a 'rcscu* ship after the shroud line gave way on Gem III. This (orced the Nassau crew \o quit the International Star Cla»s •\acht Race oft Chicago on Uake Michigan. fladinv l«t w«M t*y t*« aru «*e month th*y K «i bT«M«d r*!Uf th«r «*<r«r 'li«*w b« for*. Ittan f «««tion«l »«riodic p« LI*«. Th«l**l»«e«i*t«lil(«P«.n-fl««*«n«''* 4ni « 1 ' pilU »nd t*bl«U. C»rd«i iwlp« eorr«et »»in- [ul eontr««lioi»« rf th« or»mr\ mi***!** *n(t thtw help* N«t"r« T«*um* » mor« norm*! rUrthw, In thw w.y K. ««tu*llT »nJ* • in M.rc*«iKC •. fr«««««t «g^ of ».i*fyl rr»M*«. Ft jo*r V+ln* »« *»*• «• ' eilonal iirt«W«c« -*(»t w.-M r * IxrttU «f C-rrltii. To«'Tl bU- t»« *»T u flnt tritA tKU tnttd relief. 85 Jets Arrive In W. Germany FRANKFURT. Germany, Sept. 18. (/P)—^Tht U.S. Air Force in (lermany was bolstered todaV by the arrival or 85 new F-M Jet fighter planes Irom the United States. Four more are en route, flying the ?reat circle route via England. These are the newest und fastest jet fighters now in use by the U.S. Air Force. Air Conditioned By Rcfrigtration NEW "Yoor Community C«nt«r" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Son. Ph. 58 Last Times Today IroubleChasers' with ' Billy Gilbert SKYLINE PWVE-IN , ~ —^ftzaLrrr^- . . , .HEY KIDS! FREE TOYS TONITE! TUES. WED. DOUBLE FEATURE TV Beautiful *~"btond from Bashful CKMt ROMMO • (tUW VALLK • (KM SAN JUM4 ALWAYS A COLOR CARTOON Wednesday & Thursday "SIERRA" with AUD1E MUKPHT , Open Week Day* 6.45 Sli»w Starts 7:00 Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 Tuesday & Wednesday 'FORBIDDEN ADVENTURE A Gigantic Jungle Pictun with Ap«s & Gorillaa rr CaHoon A Short GET FAST. TEMPORARY RELIEF From Local Pain Of; RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO NEURITIS BURSITIS SCIATICA ARTHRITIS osjwell as fofigoe and moseular aches ond •— pains of simple colds. IT'S SO EASY! Give yourself a 1-minufe gentle "rub-in" with this amazing new ointment as directed, and see how fost your paint and ache* are eased! 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