The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1950 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 11, 1950
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PAGE NTNB BL1THFJVILLE (ARK.)' COUKIER NEWS Red China Again Says 'She Will Not Stand By LONDON, Oct. U. (Ay-Commun-f 1st China warned loday she could ' not "stand idly by" as United Nations troops advanced Into North Korea, but gave no hint of any action she might take. 'Hie Red regime's Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a lengthy ^statement which declared the "Am- •pi'icaii war of invasion in Korea nas been a serious, threat to the fr *y of China from the very start," .tar statements on Korea have been issued from time to time. The latest- was broadcast by the Peip- i»g radio and heard here. Il sattl the United Nations resolution authorizing its troops to en tor North Korea was "entirely Mega) and against the will of the overwhelming majority of the world's population." mid created /'serious situation" for Red China. Iti another broadcast 'heard here, the pclpfng regime laid formal claim to all Chinese property rights and interests In the inter national bank for reconstruction and development. It did not outline the extent, of the Chinese stake in the bank—presumably placed there b> tlie Nationalist China government. Pciptng radio said Nan Han Chen, governor of the people's Bank of China, had made the claim in a telegram to Eugene Black, president of the international Bunk. m Flying Saucers Again; Air Force Took His Pictures, Man Says DAYTON, O. t Oct. 11. </T>—No one will ever . know if those airborne objects photographed by » ^fireat Falls, Mont., baseball manag- W* were "flying saucers." The Air Force, which . Manager Nick Mariana said confiscated pictures he took, reported the color film was "took dark to distinguish any recognliable objects." The film was viewed yesterday at nearby Wright-Patterson Air Force . base. Mariana said the last Aug. 15 he photographed two objects which flew over the Great Falls ball park. Later, he said, an Air Force' intelligence officer took the tilm and told him not to talk about It IRKKD—Judge Rudolph Dcsoit (above), of Superior court in Chicago, has suggested that California and Florida withdraw from the Union to make way for Alaska and Hawaii. Judge Desort hru been irked by court orders in these states in conflict with his own. "There liave been a number of occasion when courts of California have refused to recognize decrees and orders of Illinois courts.". Some courts In ( Florida likewise have Ignored rulings of this court," he said. (AP Wire- photo). Rather Be than See One -IS 'Pinky' Reverses Adage About Purple Cow By RUTH CHIN NFA Special Correspondent GASTON, Ind. (NEA)-^If you'd rather see a purple cow, u the say- Ing goes, than be one, look I" on Fred Poormen's farm near Gaston. He lias one that Isn't exactly purple, but it may be as close as you'll ever get. This cow Li pink, except when she gels sunburned, when she's pinker. "Pinky" Is a H-morilh-old Jersey- Ouermey. born without linir and still bald as a kernel o( Indiana corn. Farmer Poormen thought he had a very sick calf on his hands when "Pinky" was born, but veterinarians assured him her only ailment Is that she's a "freak of nature" they've never seen before. It's her baldness, rather than her color, that makes "Pinky" a problem cow. Last winter she slept under blankets, and when she went out she wore a couple of pairs of Poormen's old blue Jeans to keep her feet warm. \ When summer came, ft turned out she sunburned easily. Right now "Pinky" has a little Ian, but it's peeling. Mostly, she's kept Inside the barn until sunset, except on cloudy rlays when she can go out anci grpze. A lot of neighboring farmers who WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1950 Church Is Female Career REGINA, (AP)—ML« Alison Andrews with equal ease can preach sermon, give a snappy naval salute or draw up a neia legal document. She has come to Rcglna to •PINKY" AND FARMER POORMEN: Sunburn Bukn twr pinker. have seen "Pinky" want Poormen to have her bred to see if she'd have pink and hairless calves. But Poormen thinks one pink cow is enough around his (arm. He's getting tired of explaining to curl- oui visitors that "Pinky" Is sensitive about having people touch her hide to see how smooth it Ls. "Pinky." it turns out, would rather be » purple cow, or at least a pink one, than see people. Canada's Fighting Men Ready to Go OTTAWA; O;t. ll. (AP)— Canada's special 10,000-men force recruited for service with the United Nations troops in Korea is tentatively scheduled to sail for Okinawa next month aboard U.S. transports, it was learned today. Cabinet circles here feel, however, that with the end of,. fighting possibly in sight, the troops may not be goin\ lo Korea— at least not all of them. Informed quarters here said the Young Man Realizes Ambition, Named Star Farmer of America KANSAS CITY. Oct. 11. (If) Four years ago Forrest, Davis. Jr.. i made up his niind to win the Star Farmer of America award. Yesterday the 21-year-old Qnlncy, Fla., youth was named 1950 Star Farmer at the Future Farmers of America National Convention. • Davis had earned $45,000 from agriculture. He has a diversified farming program with beef cattle, swine and feed crops, but his big money crop Is tobacco., The award Is the highest recognition given a member of the Future Farmers organization. A $1,000 check goes with the title.' Davis also will be Invited to visit Denmark for two weeks as a guest of the Danish Agricultural Council. U.N. may want at least a token occupation force from Canada. But it has not said so yet officially. Peace Period Possible, Says Churchill COPENHAGEN. Denmark, Oct. 11. W'| — Winston Churchill believes a lasting settlement may be reached with Russia to Insure mankind "a long period of peace." Britain's wartime prime minister sounded this optimistic note In a speech here last night. He also declared the world "is a safer place to live In tonight than it was three months ago" because of the United Nations action In Korea. He told a banquet audience that the great alliance of Western powers will lead "to n situation in which some kind of lasting settlement may be made with the Soviet government, and will enable, at any rate, a long Interlude of pence to stand between mankind and the horrors of another war." The British statesman came to Copenhagen to receive a 100,000 kroner ($14,000) prize for persons making significant contributions to science and culture during the year. Old Ironsides"—the J.S.S. Constitution—has been tied up at Boston since 1934. serve as assistant to Rev. Ray Hord, United Church minister in the growing Lakcvlcw community. ML<yi Andrews, born In Plctou, N.S., started as secretary In & law office In Halifax, sh« later Joined the Navy and was ovcrsoaj lot u month.?. She was graduated from th* United Church training school tot ivomen worker* In Toronto and foe a year served M tcllnf rninlsUr U Porcupine Plain, Sa»k., ind »Uo al Smeaton, sask. r^ From afl over trie cumitiy, top-nnMnf Aotgun artists gather to compete in th«[ national Ske«t Championship*. Here, loj *»*d, U "ikeel (hooting at ite ta&i' Whtekeyttfbl&str Hl!l and Hill will not make you M>' expert ifceet shooter-but k fill r»- veal to you the luperb Kentucky; •ftJte at "wfakkwy at It! tWt McKESSON & BOBBINS, Int. . Einttuin nlitrflmton'V Mllle Rock 86 PROOF «5x GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITI CLEANING UP IN KOREA ^Seventh Division Infantrymen beat through burning brush » they hunt ^out North Koreans reported in the area south of the 38th parallel. Thousands of Red prisoners are being taken as moppl ng -up operations of overrun enemy continues. (U. a. Army photo via AP Wirephoto) Mrs. Ford Leaves Fund To Edison Institute DETROIT. Oct. 11. W) — Mrs. Henry Fort! left nearly half of an estimated $8.500,000 estate to the family-founded Edison Institute for Educational Purposes. Her will, filed for probate today, bequeathed the remainder to relatives and made certain cash bequests to five long-time servants of the Ford family. Mrs. Ford died Sept. 29 at the age of 84. Her automobile magnate husband, founder of the Ford Motor Co.. died three years ago. Mrs. Ford willed $4,000.000 lo the Edison Institute, founded in 1929 by the Fords and their son, the Iat< Edsel Ford, "to do any or all things calculated, directly or indirectly, to advance the cause of education.' The bequest Is tax-free. Welcome Visitors to the 11th Annual National Cotton Picking Contest I ft- SONS I SHOES! 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