The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1950 · Page 10
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PAGB TEN B1ATHKV1LLK (AKK.) COURIKR NKWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER M, It Nationalist China Keeps Seat in UN Pending'Study' Assembly Overrides Soviet Opposition o* Sessions Resume NEW YORK, Sept, 23. (A.P> — The United Nations Assembly overrode fiovlet opposition today and adopted a credentials Committee report •llowing Nationalist Oilna to remain seated until a special study committee weighs claims o! the Nationalist and the Communist Chinese to (he seat. Th« vote was 43 to 3, with one attention. Earlier, a Russian proposal to declare the Credential Committee decision on China Invalid lost by six votes to 41, with three abstentions. The vote came after T. F. Tslang. Nationalist Chinese delegation lead- «r, defended his right to sit In the Aisembly and charged that Russia w&a trying to obtain veto power In the Assembly ,aa It has In the Security Council. The assembly resumed Its policy debates after a one-day holiday IVIday taken at Egypt's request in deference to Moslem delegates ob- aervirig a re\isious festival. SUkkrr to Speak Th« Netherlands and Chile both hav« aaid biting things in past as- lembly se&sions about human rights •nd their observance In countries under Soviet control. Netherlands Foreign Minister D. U. Stikker was lint on today's speaking list. Tslang'5 accusations that Soviet Russia has sabotaged peace throughout the Par Bast are expected to bring a sharp step-up next weefc of (intl-Russian policy statements forcefully ovlced in opening »peeche» by the United States Aus- trnlla. New Zealand, Brazil and Peru. Sources close to the Chinese del- gatlon said Tslang was willing to teep silent for the time being on the Formosa Issue. He toltl the Assembly steering committee at an agenda hearing yesterday, that he Is ..waiting for new Instructions from hU government and obtained a de,lay on the United states request U> put Formosa on the agenda. Both Nationalist China and Com munist China take the attitude that Formosa belongs to China. The TJnit*d States wants to Uave the U.N. decide who shall control the WASHED UP-Pvt. John II. Trouala of Manchester, N. H., and his helmet serve as a port-' able shower for Pic. Charles E. Rymer of Laurel, Mont. The Informal bathing arrangement loofc place somewhere in South Korea. Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Communily Ccnler" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. & Sun. I'h. 58 Saturday 'Vigilante Hideout" with Allen Lii —Courier News I'lioto CriKS'I'KR WHITE CHAM! 1 BOATl—Grand Champion of the Clu-slcr White boars is this specimen which was entered by Lawson Gamer of Campbell, Mo. —Courier News Photo KIN'G OF THK REDS—nils sleek hara-on-the-hoof was selected Grand Boar Champion of the Duroc division and is the property of Morris Vincent of Campbell, Mo. District Fair Winners F.F.A. Livestock— Sixteen lndtvldua.1 and \1 team winners were declared In the P. P. A. livestock judging contest at the Northeast Arkansas District Fair. In addition five place winners were declared in the p. f. A. Booth Contest. Four towns divided |120 in prlz*« in this contest. Winners announced »r« u follows: Beef judging _ Jimmy Despaln, Lake City, 1; Keith Crawford, Hat- esvllte, 2; Perry isbell, Bay, 3; Orvilie Green, Parkin, i; John Hess, Batesville, 5; Bill Hague, Bay, 6; James Raul, Lake city, 1; Kenneth Baker, Batesville, 8. Dairy Judging—Bill Gash, parkin, 1; Lovell cos, Dyess, 2; Claude Griffith, Harrisburg, 3; jimmy Montgomery, LeachvlHe, <; Eugene Plynn, Lake City, 5; Donnie Williams, Luxora, 6; Joe Paschal, Luxora, 7; Herbert Isbell, Marked Tree X. Beef judging team—Lake city, 1; Batesville, 2; Bay, 3; Parkin, 4; Reiser, 5. Dairy Judging team—Parkin and Luxora tied for first; Lake City 3; Ilarrlsburg, Marked Tree, Dyess and Wilson tied for fourth. I P. P. A. booth—Oil Trough. 1 ' Kelser, 2; Marked Tree and Leach vllle, tie for third; Blytheville, 4. Jlythev.lle Man To Enter Ministry A former Blytheville grocer who erved with the Navy's Seabees dur- ng Vofld War n has sold hi* store here to study for the ministry. He is Maurice c. Webb, 36, who ast month sold Die grocery store 16 operated near the Veterans lousing Quarters at the air base o Montie Sammons. Mr. Webb, with his wife and Ihree children ha* moved to Conwiy where he has entered Heudrix Col- ege to work on a major In religion and philosophy. He plans to attend Southern Methodist University's .emtnary In 1953. —Courier News Photo BERKSHIRE QUKKN'—This camera-shy female is the Grand Champion Sow In the Berkshire division, and is owned by Carl Barnhlll of Paragould. —Courier News Photo HAMPSHIRE BOAR KING—This husky owned by Jess Peeples ol Smithville, was named Grand Champion Boar in the Hampshire division. D earson Called 'RevolvingSOB' By Sen. Jenner WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. CAP) — Senato rJenner (R-Inri) called Col- nnnist Drew Pearson a "revolving S.O.B." toitay because of an attack which he said Pearson's column will mnke on him tomorrow. Addressing the Senate, Jenner quoted the column as saying he was •put in the Senate" by "the former rcasure rof the Ku KIux Klnri in ntlinna, Bob Lyons." When Pearson heard about Jenner'.s remarks he said the senator apparently could dish out criticism but couldn't take it. Jenner said Pearson made the at- ack because of the senator's criticism of Defense Secretary George Marshall. 'This Drew Pearson," Jcuner said, 'is a self-appointed, self-made cross T'd, dotted I'd, double-documented island where the Nationalist government now operates. President Gets Arms Fund Bill WASHINGTON. Sept. 23. M>|—A 517,000,000,000 emergency money bill to help meet costs of rearming this nation and Its friends was on President Truman's desk lortay in practically tlie same form he had favored. II was one of the last en- aijlnients of the vacation-bound .Congress. Stripped of n tight ban on economic aid to foreign countries trading in military goods with the Soviet bloc. It boosts to approximately $60,000,000,000 the cash and contract authority voted since the first of this year. SEOUL super-superlative, revolving S.O.B. 1 ' Jenner stml he considered the attack "a real achievement 1 since critlmismfi by Penrsbn "have generally been reserved for Presidents of the United States." • "Think of It." tlie senator added •'Two American Presidents were unable to find any other words to <le- scritjei^this propaganda - peddling prostitute than by calling him a S.O.B." Saturday Owl Show "The Night & the City" tiiii Richard Widmark Sunday & Monday 'ROCK ISLAND fftAIL" Forresl Tucker TONIGHT ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE LEO GORSEY and the Bowery Boys CLASSIC OF \ - BHEQUiaa I OUTDOOR mini miac mm stau Sunday & Monday DOUBLE FEATURE ADMISSION 50c — ALL KIDS KtlKK The Kxcitlng Story of a Wonder Horse STALLION CANYON Continued from Page 1 vithdrawal—whether in flight or In ctlort to shitt forces lor the defense of Seoul — was costing a icavy loll. The general's summary cportcd 5.920 Red casualties and >85 prisaners on nil fronts : for the A hours up to Friday midnight. The first,cavalry's rapid advance o Sangju—36 miles In 35 hours— accounted [or many of the Red cas- lalties. After crossing the Naktong River over a repaired bridge, the reapers encountered virtually no opposition on the lust seven miles nto the rail and highway junction city. Meanwhile, the U.S. 24th Division lunched to within two and one-half niles of Kumchon on the other main route northward toward Se- oxil. The infantrymen drove lianl on the heels of Reds fleeing toward Taejon and Suwon. The 24th calls it "heartbreak highsvay highway," because of the division's bitterly-fought withdrawal southward down the road early in the war. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday at the office of Miss Elizabeth Biytnc, county clerk: Clarence B. Garland ami Miss Enna Lee Frost, both of Monroe, Louisiana. O. B. Howell of Golconda, III., and Mrs. Inda Rice of Carrie Mills, Illinois. Hoffman to Quit As Head of EC A WASHINGTON. Sept. 23. (,T>/— Paul G. Hoffman will resign as Eco nomlc Cooperation Administrate next week and will be succeeded b: William C. Foster, now deputy ad mlnistrator. This was confirmed officialy to day and the White House promts ed an announcement Monday. Hoffman Is reported to be re signing to assume the directors!!!, of the Ford Foundation, a research educational and philanthropic or sanitation set up by grants froit the Henry Fort! automobile famllj Misseo Delegation Host To Governor at Dinner Members of the Mississippi County delegation to the state Democratic convention In Little Rock :his week were hosts to Gov. and Mrs. Sid McMath and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woods at a dinner party Thursday night In the Coach Roon 1 of the Hotel Marlon. Mr. Woods is the governor's executive, secretary Members of the Mississippi County delegation Included Mr, and Mrs James Roy, Mr. and Mrs. H. G Partlow. Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Fentl ler, wilillam H. Wyatt, Countj Judge Green, Jack pinley Robinson, all of BlyUievllle; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, John Cowan and Harold ohlendorf, all of osceola Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Branch ol Pecan Point; Mr. and Mrs. w. J Denton and J. H. Grain, of Wilson Mayor :. D. Shedd, Alvin Tiptoi and clauit Inincaster, all of Manila Billy Sleed or Leachville and Ear Majors of Dell. Other guests Included Mr. am Mrs. Ector Johnson of Little Rock Mrs. R. B. Stout or Little Rock Jack Anderson of Helena and J. B Lambert of Helena, chairman the Arkansas Highway Commission BOMBER fn J949, the population of Australia was estimated at 7,912,000. (Continued from page L) City and, the other between Den ver and Tucson. A PBY-SA-1 based at, Tucson also also Jolnec in the search over rugged Arizona New Mexico-Colorado area. Up to noon, not a trace of th missing bomber, R converted B-2 had been sighted. Names of the 12 crew member and four passengers were not mad public by the Air Force. Bradley Gets Fifth Star WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. (AP) — President Truman yesterday pinned on the shoulders of Gen, Omar N. Bradley the'fifth silver star of a General of tlie Arirw—the nation's highest military rank. SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M. $1-TONIGHT ONLY-$1 All Cars, Trucks, Buses and Jeeps BIG DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM /} Icclmicalo* MuMtal! Randolph Sco Cypsy Rose Le Dinah Shore Bob Bum SUNDAYS, MONDAY First Showing in Blytheyille "2 Big Color Cartoons LATEST NEWS 38 Minute Technicolor Vacation Short .Free Playground for the Kiddies Children 11 and Under Admitted Free GEM THEATER OSCEOLA ARK, ./ STARTS SUNDAY 4 BIG DAYS! Sun., Mon., Tues., & Wed. ADULTS—MATINEE—75c; NIGHT $1.00 CHILDREN—MATINEE—25c; NIGHT 35c THE GREATEST LOVE STORY Sine* the Beginning of Mai ... and Woman! See Samson, challenged, hud to the earth the giant ot all the Philistines! 566 Samson, blinded and chained lo Ihe grist mill, lor- menled by hi' enemies! 566 Delilah learn the secret o[ Samson's strength ... and betray him! amson °"Oeliflalt Color by TECHNICOLOR B DeMUIes SAMSCN ftNC 2E - Mature Georqp Sandf-^ fira^.s AIRLIFTING AGAIN - M»j,- Gen. William H. Tunner, above, director of th* famous Berlin Airlift, now command* a similar operation ferrying men and mp- pliea from Japan to the Korea fighting front*. 'aragould Man Decorated TOKYO. Sept. 23. (AP>—U. Harold P. Paslay, Paragould, Ark., haa ieea awarded an atr medal for ex- raordinnry service (in transporta- ion of equipment) in the Korean War. ipeeder Forfeits Bond O. E. Lee forfeited a |lo cash wnd in Municipal Court this morn- ng on a charge of speeding. In oilier action, hearing for Jack Robirds on a charge of disposing of property subject to a lien waa continued until Wednesday. fcLYTHtVILLC* ONLY ALL WHITE THtATUE. Open Week Days 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 Always a Doable Feature Saturday DOUBLE FEATURB "SON OF ROARING DAN"', with Jnhnn.r MacX Brow« »nd Fun? Knight PLUS ~M iaH.n.iin'etH» iilii J •vdiatpw*-. acoAHCW-r - possfwo. nmtefn f A C&L*!* f icn^t j Cartoon £ Rocketmen Serial Ni>. 2 Saturday Owl Show 11:30 p.m.. I .CCHL'-II. ^K*l Cartoon & Congo Ball Serial Sunday & Monday DOUBLE FEATURE "OUT OF THE BLfl|E" Betty Douglas GRABLE- FAIRBANKS, Jr. Cartoon A Latest Ntw§ RIT Z THEATRE , Manila, Ark.^ ' Saturday 'LAW OF PANHANOfrl" with Johnny Mac Brown Also Serial * Cartoon Saturday Owl^SKow 'LIVES OF A BINGAL LANCW Gary Co«p«r * Franchot Tsn« Sunday, Monday * "WAGON MA1TIR" B*n Johnson A JMHNM Dm Arso' \Varner N«w

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