The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 8, 1950
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Says Soufh Helped Keep U. S. From Socialism ST. LOUIS, Feb. 8. W'j—Thurman Sensing, director of research of (he Southern Slates Industrial Council at Nashville, Teim., said yes. terday the south has kept this country from becoming a socialist slate. Sensing spoke (o the advertising^ __— club of St. Louis. He salt) he based House Group Will Ask If 'Mo'*Is Useful his remarks on a study he made last year in Great Britain. That country, he said, is headed form t of government for another five for "a very low rung on Ihe ladder of nations" If It retains Its present years. "Even if they change now, I don't know what they have already misled the boat," Sensing declared. "The great fallacy In the thinking of many of the British was that they could have part socialism and part free enterprise.' Thr-re nan be no stopping point for socialism." Sensing added: "We have already adopted a number of state socialism measures In (hfs country, and we are being constantly pressed to adopt more of them. I'As » matter of fact, had It not been for the courage of the southern senators and representatives In our national congress In recent years, we would already be ii socialist state. "The proponents of socialism will continue to push their program In the name of 'benefits to the people.' What v-'e must remember is that no matter how well these 'welfare measures' read on paper, they can only -lead to stagnation and ruin, to a low level of mediocrity for all." Need for World Security Cited . OLSO, Norway, Feb. 8—(/TV-Norway's Foreign Minister Halvard Lange says the U. S. decision to build the H- bomb was made more evident than ever the need for an international security system. Speaking in parliament, Lange said President Truman's decision showed that the D. S. realizes It mi'st be strong to be safe. He said that only groups of states —the Atlantic Uact countries—had Initiated the move toward inter- riatioriat security. "However." he said, "it Is important that v-:e always are aware that this regional cooperation concerning security problems never can be more than a basis. A security police can never replace constructive cooperation between all states." CLAIMS H-KOMB INVENTION —Dr. Mahmoud Youssef cl Chawar- by, Cairo chemistry professor, has been named by Cairo newspapers as the Egyptian scientist who has said that he and a fellow scientist invented a hydrogen bomb two years ago. He safd he would not disclose whether the principle o( the discovery was related to the projected hydrogen atom bomb disclosed In Washington. The scientist said his bomb would not produce tempera- ! ture as high as the other bomb re- •' portedly would but described it ns a : "high explosive and incendiary and mainly based on hydrogen." He Is shown above In his laboratory <AP Wirephoio). WASHINGTON, Feb. 8-Wj—The House Armed Services Committee plans to ask Mm. Forrest T. Sherman, chief of naval operations, whether he Ihmks the battleship Missouri should be taken out of service. The committee decided on this move yesterday alter chairman Vln- son fD-Ga) asked the group to suggest to the Navy Hint it put the Mighty Mo In "moth balls" and send nn aircraft carrier to sea In Ms place. Vinson contends It costs too much to keep the Missouri In he fleet. Rep. Cole (R-Ky) said he mtRht go along eventually with Vinson's proposal but first wanted to get the opinions of naval experts. Cole sain a dreadnaught may nol be as valuable In war as It once was but the Missouri has been used as a training ship. Vinson then agreed to call Sherman for testimony. No date was set Sherman is now in the Pacific with other members of the joint chiefs of staff. Group Formed To Study Health NEW YORK:. Feb. 7. (AP>_Formation of the Health Information Foundation, which will seek Improvement of the nation's health facilities through development, and dissemination of factual Information, was announced today. Adm. William H. p. Bluntly, U.S.N., ret., who resigned last week as commander-in-chief of the Atlantic fleet, has be ncnamed President of the foundation. John G. Searle, president of G. D. Searle and Co., Chicago, fs chairman of the board,, Financed uj members of the pharmaceutical, drug and allied Industries, the foundation will seek to "encourage the muss distribution of all health facilities" by finding out where tbey are needed and how they can be distributed efficiently, Searle said. Power for Company LlTfLE HOCK,'Feb. 8. (AP) — The Arkansas Public Service Commission yesterday heard application of Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company for authority to serve with electric power the Utah Construction Company near Ozark, Ark. The company would construct eight miles of transmission line and install other facilities at an estimated cost of $C2,24fl, The commission took the petition under advisement. Okay Pension Plan WILMINGTON, Del., Feb I (APJ—Bethlehem Steel Corporation stockholders yesterday overwhelmingly approved the company's proposed siCO-a-mnnth pension for employes eligible for retirement. Better Co ugh Relief When new drugs or old fail to stop your cold don't delay. Safe, dependable Crcomulsion goes quickly to the scat of the trouble to relieve acute bronchitis or chest colds. Creomlilsiott stood the test of more lhan 30 years and million!; of users. It contains safe, proven ingredients, no narcolics and is fine for children. Ask your druggist for Crcomulsion and take it promptly according to directions CREOMULSION Relieves Coughs . Chtst Co1<h • Ironckiti It s just like magic! Without lifting a finger . . . your wash day results are better than ever! Sparkling clean! Almost like new! That's how your laun- nry looks wlicn we return ii to you I And at a minimum of cost. We call nnd deliver at your convenience! BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phone 44)8 The map above shows areas involved in the joint U. S.-CanadUn sub-Arctic maneuver, "Exercise Sweelbriar." More than 5000 air and ground Iroops o£ both countries are assembled at Whilehorse In the \ukon. from there will be launched an airborne attack on Northway Airfield as part of a drive to repel imaginary "aggressor forces (A) in Alaskan territory between Anchorage and Fairbanks Germans Begin Study of Labor In Arkansas LITTLE ROCK. Feb. 8—</P)—Six German labor experts yesterday be- gnn a two-week study of labor conditions in Arkansas. Brought here-as part of a U S Department of Labor program' to show American trade unionism in operation, the six will visit various plants and study labor conditions under the direction of Arkansas Labor Commissioner C. K. The Arkansas visitors are Earl Krey. Stiittgnrt, postal workers union official: Rudolph Seifer, Munich. Bavarian labor ministry wage expert, woodworkers union member- Karl Bresink. Nurnbcrg, Munich,' regional labor office vocational guidance director, mineral oil plant manager; Ewald H. Bohse, Frankfurt, city government employes council official, former typesetter and Ilcinrich Ebcrt. Munich. Inbor market expert, former typesetter From Little Rock the group will go to Michigan and then to Cornill University lor further studies ' British Recognize Viet Nam Regime LONDON, Feb. 8. (API—Britain yesterday recognized the French- sponsored Viet Nam government of .'ormcr emperor Bao Dni. The British also recognized the governments m the IndoChinosc states of Laos and Cambodia. Prance had been pressing for such recognition by both Britain and the United States since Russia and some of her satellite nations last week .jave recognition to the rival regime of Moscow-trained Ho Chi-winh. Sea slugs rm ]s t oe boiled and gutted bclore'bclng smoked or dried. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1950 WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. Boyles Style Shaw Held The latest, styles (or .women In Spring clothes took top Interest in social activities here last week. The center of attraction was the fashion tea sponsored by the Wilson Co-operative Club Thursday afternoon at the Wilson Theater, Following the style show refreshments were served at the Wilson Club House. were Mrs. Charles I/wrancc, chairman, Mrs. J. R. Cullom Jr., Mr.i. Jack Ua.'llc, Mrs. S. C. Brandon Jr., Mrs. H B'. Carpenter, Mrs Frank McDonald, Mrs. John Myer.«, Mrs. Victor Mann. Mrs. Ray Mann, Mrs. J. E. Morgan, rs. Hudson Wren, Mrs. A. L. Greenwell and Mrs.'Rewey Stotts. Approximately 400 attended the event. Ixmcry Crook Speaker "Atomic Energy" was the topic of the talk given by Lowery Crook science teacher at Wilson HIgli School, to members of the Business and Professional Women's Club of Wilson at the meeting last week. The club, which was organized In November by Mrs. Myrtle Bennett or Paragould, Northeast Arkansas District Chairman, expects to receive It's charter at the next meting on Feb. 13, Mrs. Ava Webb of Little Rock. State Chairman of Easiness and Professional Women's Clubs, Arkansas Federation, Is expected to attend the Feb. 13 meeting. Hostesses for the meeting last STEEL BUILDINGS For grain, hay, livt- stack and machinery • Truss-clw.-Straigftt sidewalls. No waster] space. • Quickly erected. • Variable lengths. C. A. Tont Construction Co Authorized Dealer for Butler Steel Building General Contracting Phone 896 P.O. Box 83 Blytheyille ;cpk were .Mrs. Flora Puckett, Miss itfary T.' Wflkins, Miss Mary Morgan and Miss Dot Dean. Wealthier But Wiser Parents and teachers of the Wilson PTA may have called for the liniment Friday morning or for help to get out of bed, but it was worth It, considering that a pro/it of tlSS was netted from the basketball game last Thursday night sponsored by the PTA. The mothers proved that "you are a.s young as you feel" by defeating the teachers n-11 while the fathers bowed to the men teachers to the tune of 25-11. Locals Mrs. J. L. Cummlngs spent last weelc with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam I-ehr, and family In Hughes. She was accompanied by Bobbye Lou McDaniel, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lamar McDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turner of Memphis were the week end guests of her uncle. Alvln Fuller, and family. Mrs. Turner Is the former Miss Dorothy McOanlel of Wilson. Mrs. Mable Cretishaw Is visiting in the home of her daughter Mrs Lloyd E. Strect,-In Ripley, Miss Before returning home, Mrs. Creti- shaw will vJsIl her aunt, Mrs. Nora Jones, In Covlngton, Term. Mrs. Maurice Lynch motored to Oxford, Miss., Friday to visit her parents ,Mr. and Mrs. J. H Tucker. She was accompanied by her niece Mrs. Roy Clark Thurmond, of Memphis and her sister, Mrs. Tim Street of Vicksburg, Miss. . farm Co-Ops Told To Watch Money DALLAS, Feb. 3-My-F«rm co operative leaders from six states were told yesterday they must keep IJicii- financial structure strong The general decline In farm ln- come demands it, president W N stokes. Jr.. of the Houston Band for Co-Operalives told delegates to the Consume Co-Operatives Associated convention. 'All co-operatives are finest"? that credit sales are going upWa comparison to cash sales," Stokees declared. "It is obvious that the prosperity of a co-operative Is directly dependent on farm prosper- DelcgHtes represent 32 local cooperatives In Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, oklahom*, Arkansas and Mississippi. 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