The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Burnuenuji 'Acheson Sold Out to Red China; Senator Says ^kT^f .^^ y ~ £• mm ml mm m A ^ ~ " " "' "~" — - •*-•• '-•• — _'• ^. . • ™ So/on Charges U.S. Officials Waste Victory WAMtTHOTOH, Oct. J. (AP) •anatot Bridget (R-NH) aocu» ttu «laa* Department today of 4t*frac to a "great sell-out" and "firinc away everything won by th« blood of our youtlis" in Korea. Tha group in the State Dep»rt- m**t that brought about the presort situation in Asia are selling down the river everyone who gave his life under the United Nations flat," Mdgss laid in a statement. Specifically, He charged that Sec- Miaty of State Acheaon Is "opcn- tn« tas back door tor the entrance ot Communist China Into the Unit- The Jirrt more w« m»de on Friday, the Mnator aald, "when the United Nations Security Council *ot*d to Invite the Communist Chl- |fc*se delegate* to come to the Unit- I ad Mationa 'in view of the divergen- cy of opinion in the council retarding the representatives of China.' " ' D.8. Oppoaed Resolution : In that vote, the United States opposed a resolution invillng representatives of Red China to present their complaints of American aggrecsion. However, the vote was T in favor of inviting them, to three against^the UA, China and Cuba. Egypt abstained from voting. The Nationalist China representative protected in 'vain that his "no" vote WM a "veto. The United States delegation took the stand that the question was not subject to a veto. ; Bridies ,» consistent critic oi Aehftaon and hit foreign policy, noted that the resolution inviting the Chinese communists . to pre- aent their case was the first UN rcs- oluUori adopted since Acheson took charge of the tJA delegation. He aaid: Statement Wai Minimiaed "This statement was so minimii- •d that few Americans grasped the aignificance! If they become aware of c^t, will they not ask the Question: 1» the State Department not aelling out the American boys who .WOUNDED Bl,VTHtVIU,F. YOUTH—Pvt, Olenn C. Klldow, 21-year-old json of Mrs. Fred Breclcenrldge of 801 South Lake, who has been reported wounded In Korea. According to a message received from the Defense Department by his mother, Pvt. Kildow was wounded In a skirmish on the Korean war front Aug. 30. He is a member of the Marine Corps' First Division and has been In the service about three years. fought and died so gallantly in Korea?" Bridges recalled that Russian Delegate Jacob Malik in his "first statement to the United Nations Security Councii made clear that a settlemen ot the Korean issue could be made without the loss of a single American lite if Communist China were admitted to the UN. "That blackmail wax rightly turned down. Now, in the hour of triumph—after the lost ot thousands of American lives and the payment in American blood of over 20,000 casualties—» blueprint for a grand sellout in being carried out." Bridges suggested "a housecleaning of the State Department eliminating everyone from (he secretary down who has appeased-the Communists in the par East." Tribunal Upholds Slayer's Term The Arkansas Supreme Court In Little Rock yesterday upheld the 21-year sentence given Wheeler Csrson of Blytheville by Mississippi County Circuit Court here early last year. Wheeler was sentenced for the Dec. 12, 1949. slabbing ol Chester Jon*s of Blylheville that followed « drinking spree at Carson's home. Licini* I* Suspended In Drunk Driving Cos* One person wa» fined and hearing for a second was continued until tomorrow in Municipal • Court thfo morning on charge* of driving while under the Influence of liquor. Herbert McDonald was fined »25 and costs and lib driver's license ordered suspended (or 30 days on his pica of guilty to the charge, and hearing for George W. Dllla- hunty wns continued until tomorrow. In other action, James Farley forfeited a jio cash bond on H charge of speeding. Man Held in 194S Killing Of Wife Hear Osceola BOONEVILLE. iillss., Oct. 3. M'j— A Boonevllle cafe employe is being held for Arkansas In connection with the 1945 death of his wife Robert E. Lee KImble, 48, was arrested here yesterday. His wife, Mrs. Hosaima Kimblc, was killed ori a farm near Osceola, Ark., June 12 1945. Negro Deaths Rites Held tor Hunt Child Graveside service.-! for Ihe Infant son of Willie D. and Annie B. Hunt were conducted at 2 p.m. today at the Sandy Ridge Cemetery by Rev T. T. Conner. The child died shortly after birth this morning. Survivors include the parents anrt live sisters. «1! of Blytheville. Home Funeral Home was In charge. INDUSTRY Continued from . ... 1100,000. The Idea was so well received that . . . this amount was subscribed by less than 30 firms and Individuals. We have now Increased our capita! struc ture to »300.000. "The prime objective of the organization Is to Induce Industries to locale in Tyler by providing them with sites and buildings constructed according to the Industries' specifications. "The manufacturer takes a lease usually for a 10 or 15 year period with an option for a like number ol years and pays as rent, during the lease period, an annual amount equivalent to six per cent of the total Investment plus Insurance, taxes and maintenance cost. n-iieas. in "The manufacturer i s given the November. option of purchasing the property al nny time during the lerm of the lease with a depreciation allowance .... "None of the funds of the Industrial Foundation are used In providing bonuses, gifts, grants or doles. All earnings obtained through rentals are placed In a surplus account nnd used as capital stock." Flan Would Be Similar It does not necessarily follow, It was pointed out, that the Blytheville plan would be Identical to the Tyler industrial Foundation. However, it Is expecUd to be similar on many points. Mr. Gnnn. In reporting on activities of his committee this year, discussed at length several. Industrial prospects and told why Blytheville was rejected by them as possible building sites. Usually, he said; the prospects were favorabtey impressed with the Lown and expressed desires to locate here. Natural factors,' over which there Is no control, and failure to supply suitable buildings and sites have led lo rejections In most cases, he reported. He said his committee has spent an estimated 2,200 mnn hours since Jan. 1 in contacting industrial prospects and briefing them on Blytheville. At Its meeting last night In the Jaycee clubhouse, Ihe club also voted to donate funds to the Blytheville 'Y ; for the building of soccer and football goal posts on city playgrounds. Representing tne "Jaycees, Miss Virginia Paye Easley won fourth Jlace lust week In the beauty con*est during the annual Soybean 'estival In Portageville, Mo. Blytheyille Reservist Ordered to Active Duty \ Did you ever slop (o think just haw much nil of ,, g depend on the ntw»- pHper in our town? Chances are it lakes » minor accident such as the pup carrying i( off.. . .or a sudden shower drenching ii... .1,, make us reali/.. jusf how much we look forward (o that paper. . . .and how much we miss ill The paper is a real part of our daily lift. . .enlightening us, entertaining us, even shaping „,„• opinions on important topics. .. .for we Americans place a great denl of respect in our favorite newspaper. . . ..vet rarely do we have the chance (o lei) our newspaper friends just how much their work means. S« we are glad (hat iValional Newspaper Week, October 1-8, provides the chance for us to siiy, "Conijralnlalions nn doing a grxid jol)....»n important job....constantly serving community and country," Ark-Mo Power Co. The rsxnior nl Krrcrfom tn Iht Anal »n»lysls is lo be found In the right « • Americans enjoy lo mike up our minds aboul how we shall live, where we shall work, for whom we shall volt. ITel IMs rlshi cannot txlsl long wilhsol easy access lo the Irulh about ail •»- ner or Ihinns ... Ihe truth In Ihe f«r» »f anbfasefl Inrnrmallon so n«e»arr « » h»K on which lo exercise Fret- dom of Choice. Joycees to Hold Oratory Contest On Democracy The Blythelvlle Junior Chamber of Commerce last night voted to sponsor a "Voice of Democracy" oratory contest here In connection with a nation-wide, Jaycee project Students In the 10th, nth and 12th grades are eligible to. enter. Winner .of the contest here will record his talk and the recording entere<s in state-wide com. second and third-place prizes will be award in the contest here. Winner of the national contest will receive a »500 scholarship. " will petition. First, The "Voice of Democracy" contest project will be conducted by Jaycees' . Americanism Com- which Is headed by Larry The contest will be held In the mittee, Kneas. Jo Another Blytheville Army reserv- t has been ordered to active duty, ol. H. V. Logsden, commander nesboro District, Army Reserve, reported today. Opl. John T. Abbott, Colonel Logsden's office said, U to report for active duly with the Corps. of ..- u . t Engineers at Tort Hood, Tex. point." PEMISCOT doa> bail wl« ba on display with troop of Carutharsville Boy Scouls led bf Harold Hamby serving as honor guards. A special program will be devoted to this cause oil Friday evening, the speaker being Major Oen, L. J. Sverdrup at St. Louis, Missouri-Kansas chairman of the drive. Another troop of Caruther&ville scouts will also conduct a first aid station. rtidaj it Children's n» 7 Each day of the fair has a special designation, with Friday being children's day. On this day all school children In Ihe area will be admitted to the grounds free guests ot the fair. It Is expected that most schools In the county, not already closed lor cotton picking vacation, will close during the afternon. . Wednesday Is "Miss Legion Fair Day;" Thursday, Merchants Day; Saturday, Homecoming Day. 'and Sunday, Visitors Day. On Thursday evening "Miss 1950 Legion Pair" and other entrants In a ceremony to be held on the stage In front of the grandstand. Legionnaire Norman Shane will serve as master of ceremonies and Jack Hopke, commander of American Legion Post No. 88, will present Miss Oates with her award—a $100 U.S. Savings bond—from the fair board. TB Programs Planned In Dyess and Wilson The Dyess and Wilson Methodist Missionary Societies have invited Mrs. C. o. Redman, executive secretary of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, to conduct a health • program next Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Wilson Methodist Church. Mrs. Redman staled this morning :hat she would speak on "Racial Problems from a Health Stand- WAR Red Korea with war e. South Korean officeri. under DO such restrictions,' talked freely. A spokesman for General Mae- Arthur had described the border crossing situation aa delicate politi- aaMy. Red thousands of .-___ _ In'Manchuria across tfe w from Bad •OMB. Ohlna lMd«* _.. „,„ Ing balk but no march o/ »a4\_. soldiers into Worth Kdrs* h./iZ_ reported from Authentic ,—- ^* . Th. best tint* *» prwra* „ ddent la-Just baton H••-- *^ CESAR ROMERO "For an % Enchanted Evening... enjoy Schenley" You, too, will enjoy BlENDfOWHI5WYeSKOOF.«%GRAINNEUTRAlSPIRirS.SCHtNt£YDIST., IS THE TELEPHONE COMPANY ARKANSAS' BEST CUSTOMER? State and Local Taxes * Last year the telephone company paid $844,000 in state and local taxes in Arkansas. That was enough to pay the cost oi sending 9,000 children to school for the entire year. • Taxes paid by the telephone company help support schools, provide fire and police protection and other government services. In fact, last year, the telephone business spent more money in Arkansas than the company's customers paid for local service and long distanc« calls within the stale. The importance of the telephone business in Arkansas Is not; only in the service it furnishes. The taxes ifc pays, the money it spends, and the Jobs it creates, are of vital importance to everyone in the state. In some way, almost every person in Arkansas i» affected directly or indirectly by th*. contribution the company makes to the economy of the state. If new rates can be obtained: that will justify going ahead with th« .$38 million Greater Arkansas Telephone Program, the telephone busin«w will spend even more money in Arkansas. Does anyone here seriously question that this program mean* greaUr prosperity for Arkansas? Southwestern Bell Telephone Company A GREATER ARKANSAS NEEDS A GREATER ARKANSAS TELEPHONE PROGRAM

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