The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1950 · Page 5
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_WTONBSpAY, OCTOBER 4, 1950 Reserves Should Grab Tin Hat when Whistle Blows, Vinson Claims By KUTH COWAN- WASHINGTON', Oct. 4. W-Rxp. Vmson (D-Ga) said W^ay no one— not even . a Congressman—should noU a commission In the active reserves unless he can be ready to freach'for his tin hat when the bugle Wows. . : . Vinson told »; reporter h* hopes the house armed services committee which he heads will prod the armed services Into "screening" their organized reserves. His object Is to weed out all those not available to fill a uniform when needed—even If they are Congressmen, Industrialists, prominent names. <. ' • , r He particularly wants the .services to set up a method to transfer reservists drawing drill pay to the inactive reserve unless they are available for service when called upon. "Why spend monef unless we know \vc are going to get men when we need them?" Vinson demanded yesterday of Air Force representatives. No System Kept He noted that Congress appropriates 5100,030,000 for n reserve training program. In questioning military representatives during the week he has developed that none of the services has a system by winch it can keep !nbs on a reservist's availability to serve If called. He noted that since signing up a man may have married, acquired •i number of dependents or moved into an essential job. Vinson's committee has been holding hearings on" the armed services manpower :needs with a view , ( to suggesting draft act changes to ?<>» gross when It reconvenes Nov. T-?7. Marine corps representatives were called today. Reserves Called i In:response to his question-'Air Force representatives, said that branch had called up'6.893 reserve officers and 50,238 reserve airmen and sent to duty 4,674 officers and 18.702 airmen. The Air Force said it had "deferred 772 officers and 8.411 airmen Vinson was told that the Air Fore transfers a man to the inactiv volunteer reserve If'he must b deferred longer than six month But Vinson replied that the ser vices don't know if a man can se until he Is called up. . "What we want Is somebody'wh can do some ftghtmg—do som flying when needed," he said '"Let quit fooling ourselves that we hav £ot > big reserve^' 1 Vinson said what,really has ha| pened Is that the reserve '"has bee filled up with congressmen, feder employes; men in Industry, who you know in case of an emergenc you can't use." . . -. . - CHOW ON TAG—It's hot ei- •ctly etiquette, but Cpl. Donald Miller of Flint, Mich,, was caught without a knife and fork, w for chow he used the next bett thing— his identification "dog-tag." Miller is with the Hth Division in South Korea. Air Conditioned By Refrigeration *NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. A Sun I'h. 58 Wednesday & Thursday "Hoedowrf with Eddie Arnold RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Thursday "Return of Jessie James" with John Ireland & Ann Drovak Also News & Shnrts Arkansans Are Listed in War Casualtykepor WASHINGTON, 'Oct. 4. (AP) The Department of Defense toda announced (he following Arkans; casualties in the Korean fighting Killed in Action Army: , ' Pfc. Louts R. Haley Jr., son Louis R. Haley, Rt. 1, box 278, Lit tie Rock. Wounded Army: Pfc. Elmer D. Geathcr, son i .West eOater, P.O. Box IBS. Pale; line. Cpl. Henry Elesse, son of Mrs. Ma bcl Hesse, Rt. 2. Stuttgart. . Pfc. Dickey Murphy, son of Will Murphy. Rt, 3. Prescott. Sgt. Willard EX Wilson, son o Mrs. Mary L. Wilson, Rt. 1, Harri son. ' Pfc. Charles H.'Wods, son of Mr: 01 e a t h i a Kintoh, Box P2 S Charles. Missing in Action Navy: Bennie Joe Berryman, fircma aprentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mr. Thomas B. Berryman, Northlct. Berlin Canals Battle Sharpens BERLIN, Oct. 4. CAP)—Berlin east-west "battle of the canals sharpened today as the Russian, held up about 100 western barge at their Sakow and Nedlitz contro points near Potsdam. The Soviet action was apparent! in reprisal for the stopping of abou 70 east German barges by Britisl authorities "for cargo Inspection on the canals of West Berlin. The British has instituted thel measures as a counter-squeeze t< previous communist harassment o barge traffic between Allied Wes Berlin and West eGrmany. •A British spokesman said, tha the Russians had made no mov to settle the deadlock by negotia tion He said the British had been seeking such negotiations for 'weeks British Official Set To Leave Bratislava PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia, Oct ,4. (AP)—The British vice consul In Bratislava, It was learned today will leave Czechoslovakia .tomorrow within the 48 hours Hie Czech gov ernment has given him to. get out. Vice-consul , Lawrence Gordon gaze will depart with ,hU Czech born wife and their two small chil dren. • . / In • note to the British em bass 1 made public last night, the Czech' oslovak foreign 'minister charged Mr. and Mrs. Gaze had built up a spy network in this country: The embassy has made no coi ment on the charge. The National Geographic Society says Bismarck was a Great Dane fancier. Last Times Tonite Van Johnson • In SCENE OF THE CRIME —ALSO— Shemp Howard Billy Gilbert "3 OF A KIND" Thursday & Friday ALL LAUGH SHOW ELYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS YOU CAN DREAM. CHUM-Tliese arc "Dream Girls" the , ss-s.-B-^.^anai as aa as their favorites in a New York "Dream Girl" contest. Red Female POW's GiVe Americans Trouble (Editor's Note: Barbara Brines, wife of'Russell Brines, the Associate,! Press chief of bureau in Tokyo, knows what it i s i|| Ie („ be lielil In an enemy war prison. Mr and Mrs. Brines and Uieir daughter were interned as civilians in Manila by the Japanese early in [he Pacific war and held until released in the second exchange of American and Japanese »ar prisoners In Portugese f;oa, on the west coast of India late in 1843.) ' By BARBARA BRINES SEOUL, Korea, Oct. 4. </p,—American Army men are haying ned Korean woman trouble In this liberated capital. Among more than 200 women war prisoners on their hands are captured or surrendered nurses from the North Korean Communits army, mothers with children to take Yugoslavs Ask U. S. Food Help WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. M>|—The United States is being as ked to help Yugoslavia meet a threatened food crisis following a.disastrous summer drought. Officials said yesterday that Ambassador Vladimir Popovic, wlio recently returned from Belgrade, has conferred with State Department officials twice within the last few days. U. S. Ambassador George Allen, was reported to be'holding similar talks In Belgrade. care of and one expectant mother. Most are South Koreans accused of collaboration with the Reds In the three months they held Seoul The usual accusation Is that "the women helped the invaders find South Koreans who tried to hide out and escape being forced Into Red army service. Most of the feminine POWs were rounded up by the .South Korean police and turned'over to the Americans—who haven't yet decided what to do nbout them. In Seoul's Ma po prison there are 12 women with five children sitting in little box-like cells behind red brick walls. Two hundred or more others are In a POW camp at Inchon. • In one cell, were three women and three children sleeping on the mother's outspread nuilted skirts. U. David Miller of Knoxville Tcnn., told me: ....... "That one woman has two children and is about to have another. "I hope she doesn't have It here " he sighed. . • "We make rice and barley gruel for the babies,'/ i.iillcr said, "and we give the women a little extra XOUR THOUGHT FOR TODAY A cheap purchase is not always economical. We arc not the cheapest, but there is none belter. CHURCHILL NURSERIES N. Highway 61 Phone 4881 5-YEAR GUARANTEE FULL CASH PRICE PINKING SHEARS "ith t.itjr rnnMrt pur. «f I. th< first 25 t« cell « "tilt »»f don. Madb*n-AT«., Memphis, Tcnn. Without OBLIGATION if Rr.D. nt,,., rnm.lMAIL TODAY •<nj Sftcif.c Dirtttion. frad a day when •Ihey are'nursing their children. In another wln B of' the prison were a few or me 1,100 I'OWs rounded up yesterday and brought Inlo Seoul. WOMEN __ who feel NERVOUS raised bjr functional •midtfle-ajd Do you suffer from hot Hashes wcnk nervous, Irritable clammy feelliw,^ n«e to the functions 'mlcldlE^ce' period peculiar to women (38-52 jni.)?ThenDOtryLyd[aE.rinkhain'. Vegetable Compound to relieve EUch ' PAGE'FIVK ' Robins Opposes Health Insurance As 'Socialism' CAMDEN, Ark., Oct. 4. df}-nr. H. B. Robins. Arkansas Democratic national coinmltlccman and vice- president of the American Medical Association, supports the AMA's "educational campaign 100 per cent,"/ Dr. Robins, who called the campaign a "roll call for retention of freedom." said It Is designed U> promote the sale of voluntary health Insurance and to "combat llie (rend toward socialism." "As vice-president of the American Medical Association, ] endorse the campaign," he said. As Democratic National CoinmUleeman I have consistently opposed the compulsory health program of the administration. H Is just a sugar™* lop ? ic " n , for socialized mcdl- "Dr, Robins declared he has ''repeatedly challenged the ndmlnls- I li LY THEVI LI^TS ONLY ALL WHITE 1MEATDF Open Week Days 6-.-15 Show Starts 7:00 • Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 Always a Double Feature Iratlon'i authority" on the issue. 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