The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1950 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER fl, .11 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUKIEK NEWS LS. Officials Expert No Large-Scale Intervention by Chinese in Korea (Communist China paid Protecting pig Power Dam WASHINGTON, Ocl. 31. <fl— merlcan officials, professing no at the appearance o( Oil- miminist troops 'In the Ko- earT"War, sill! do not expecl any pen, large-scale intervention *- ainst United Nations forces. Pentagon officers cited to a^ re- orter today two possible major rea- ons for 'the belated api>earance of Jhincse soldiers In Korea: 1. Red China's determination to irotccl- the huge , Suiho-Siipong •wer dam on the Yalii River which upplies electricity for Manchuriai »lnts as distant, »s Harbin »nt he Russian liaval base at Porl mhur. 2. An apparently determined po Icy to keep Korea from working >ut its own non-Communist salva by delaying United Nations ef ort.s to pacify, unify and rebuild |hewtir ravaged country. Most ol the Ya'-ii power insUUa. lions, toward which America! •loops are driving, are on the Chi side of the river. But sever: 't the big dams »re anchored 01 :he Korean side. Blg*;t*t rnwer Producer This series ol power- plants, oi Igiually built by Hie Japanese »'he Ihey controlled both Manchuria an ltdrea, is the biggest power produc In North Kore» so lar as |:nown here. The National Geographic Socle liays the Sulho dam mak«s the larg list single contribution lo a toU* IMorth Korean power output of limit 1,000,000 kilowatU. OM O. . manuals estimate the Suin .OOO kilowatts. Very littlft Information ha« b« liublfshed about North Korean poi •it development*. Neither th« Ja| linne nor th* North Korean* pri J/id«d -public reporU concernin. • HJIIV l f \ m Military Leaders Begin Extra ess/on on W. Europe Defense WASHINGTON, Oct. 31. CAP) —4 o'rth Atlantic nations military aders went. Into an extra session aday in an effort to work out the nal form for organizing a mutual efemt'ln Western Europe. Apparently prolonged discussion f the much-debated proposal for German participation In the plan ad delayed the work of the Oe- ense Committee and prevented cheduled termination of the meet- ig last night. Still silent n( what exicljy had jeen accomplished and what. was State Legislative Council Okays Budget Increases UTTLB ROCK, Oct. 31. <fl>|— A. requested high inhual budget for tilt Arkansas Legislative Council Meeting here yesterday lo beejln consideration ol budgets to be pre" sented to the 1951 legislature, the .. The V. 8. Tenth oorp* Uy reported that chines* Com nitnlittx were counterattacking near l;ht Chosin reservoir in. North Cen- I'rai Korea! Hydro-electric' plant* at :hl> reservoir .supplied power !*• large jo«le Industry for L coast of Korea, American bom- t destroyed most of this Industry Inanjr week ag«, but they left the |lams alone. ' . American military officials tear I ha* X bh« Rcdi ni««« a atand her« |thef may force destruction al the and power planta by th« «1- lies. Tailing this, the Reds might do l;h« Job of destruction themselves |i[ they are lorced northward. . Would Ha^mptr Rebuilding Either way, the la.sk of rebuilding iKoraan..industry fjould b« set back. I! Th«j way,^ i«i which Chines* Reds tare appearing IH Korw a> Individ- "na]« or In" coraparaMTelf small khi vpaticrn^ thtf wit-il: they had aH«4« on the ru«. ,Soma American official* wwaider Itlint the ; Chines* Reds eTpeci to till In debate, the committee re- :essed alter six hours ol sessions yesterday. No communique was 1s- iued. A spokesman said only the conferees would Rather again this norning. The -foreign defense ministers and the military chiefs of staff o the 12 North Atlantic nations had D«en scheduled to start out today on a three-day tour of some of thi United States' technical military centers. However, this program was rearranged. Instead of heading today for the Air Force Research Center a't Wright-Patterson Base, Ohio, the trip was put over until Friday. A spokesman hastily told reporters that this did not necessarily signify that the Defense Committee 'thought It would need three more days to complete its work, instead, he thought it possible the visiting officials might go ahead with scheduled trip to the Army Proving Ground at Aberdeen, Md., tomorrow and to the Naval Proving Ground at Dahlgren, Va., on Thurs day. . A secrecy that »nrpa.ss«i even the military security on a wartime combat operation ha« been thrown around the meetings of the Defense Committee. At the end of the first meeting on Saturday a short, un revealing communique was tsjsued There -wa* no communique nor wa there any explanatory briefing a th« end of yesterday's session. Al persons who have anything to d« with the sessions, including defense minUters th*mselve«, obviouely havi been •njoined to My nothing. council okayed the - commission' plea for an Increase from »81,C4( to $92,000 a year. State Sen Clyde E, Byrd, AIRBORNE HOT-ROD—Now undergoing test flights In England Is this British four-engined Avro Lincoln bomber, equipped with a jet engine fitted Into Ihe bomb bay. Object of the experiment U to obtain the characteristic* of after-burning—a system of increasing engine thrust by having combustion take place in the tail-pipe. High exhaust temperatures require stainless steel on the underside of the fuselage and • retractable twin tail-wheel instead of Ihe usual fixed single Uil- wheel. Dorado, told the council the commission had difficulty keeping technical employes at present salaries. Also approved was an Increase from the present »3u,aw to •S39.920 annually for the State Board of Cosmetic Therapy lo enable It to hire more Inspectors. Board Secretary Raymond Palmer said more Inspectors were needed to enforce a law against unlicensed shops to El'give home permanent^. He had asked for $42,300. The council trimmed Ihe $90,500 request by the State Bank Department to $67,620—same as the 11M9 budget. HAVE YOU TASTED YeLlowitone, the Kentucky Bourbon - with thr flavor unlike any other? It has * mellow, gentler flavor ,.. rich but not heavy . . . juperb In any drink. Tlie Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico are estimated to be 200,000,000 years old mid have not yel heen completely explored. The deepest passage uncovered at present is 1150 feet under ground. dayi tnd was under th« car* ot *. male nurse. They wild he awakened this morn- ng, asked to have the window opened wide, and then liurled htmwlf out. His body struck tlie sidewalk below and he was killed Instantly. Boetllger, « lifelong 'newspaperman, was the divorced husband o( the late president's only daughter, the former Anna Roosevelt, Dall, mother of "Slstle" and "Buzzle" Dall. Hoettlger acid Anna had one child ot their, own before the divorce, John Boeltlger, Jr. Juarez, Mexico, a five minute streetcar ride from downtown E Paso, Is now the seventh largest clly In Mexico. A recent census allows the population lo be 121,761. Ex-Son-in-Law Of FDR Kills Self NEW YORK, Oct. 31. W*)—John Boettitcr, 50, former son-in-law of President Roosevelt, plunged (o his death tlits morning from the seventh Hoor ol HU exclusive M:u\Unt- lan hotel. Police suld he had been In a de- Dressed state of mind for several 100 moor IOTHCD IN IONO »Y YmoWSTONt. INC., lOUISVIllE, KENTUCKY Good £n(crf«MfiM«ii* Everyday Open We«k D«y« «:U Saturdays & Sunday* 1 :• Tuesday & Wednesday HCALVKRT'HUITON'IAIMB tT* uw ALBERT-* L» ic - 1 "" KLEM CAITlt • Mm tf O^BBD —Plus— Also Carioon SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature Program Also Cartoon Tuesday Bargain Nile "When the Daltons Rode" Randolph Scolf, K;iy Francis Brad Crawford Wednesday & Thursday M-G-M'i HOT-AS I -THE HEADLINES HITI RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Tuesday \ "Fancy Pants" Bob Hop* Lucille Ban Also Warner New* * CtwH* Wednesday & Thursday : "Eyes of T$xas" Roy Rogera Also Newd & Short* reap prop&g«nda. dividends from their last-minute ftppearanct in the Korean -nvr. A Chinese propagar\<Ja machine could easily twist a n y clashes between their small units and American troop* into charges thai Western Imperialists are assaulting 'the native defenders of A»i». , • The Chinese can also Iceep alive dlr«et political and military ties with nmnant«;<X th< Red Kor*«n arm y - and IU l«*der«,--BucKr; ti«s could ttt «>e<i Ui Iht future -after the bulk of trie United Natkms forces »r« withdrawn from Korea. THEATRfflUXORA . Jjist Times Tuday "CHEAPER THE DOZEN" ^, MVRN.A LOT f^j CLIFTON WF.BB ,Air Conditioned •y Refrigeration N.EW "Your Community Onler" MANILA, ARK. M»tin««« S»t- A Sun. ' Ph. S8 \Vednesdavi& Thursday "MIGHTY JOE YOUNG TKRKV MOORE BEN JOHNSON Tuesday "SPOOKS RUN WILD" Eost Side Kidi Wednesday & Thursday My Blue Heaven .Belly Grable Dan Dailey Robt. Taylor iarbara Stanwyck IN "THIS IS MY AFFAIR" WITH VICTOW Mel.AGI.KN Show Sl*rls 7:00 p.m. TUES. «, WED. —DOUBLE FEATURE— \ Also C»ts»r Romero Brnce C»hol • Ro«h«H« Hudson in "SHOW THEM NO MERCY" THE COST OF R BABY SITTER BRING TME KIDDIES SMOOTHEST OF AIL" \ w#K- MfRCOMATIC TAKI OUR WORD FOR IT, this new 1951 Mercury hai what H tokeil On second thought, don't take our word for it. Come on in and »e» for yourself. See this beautiful new 19S1 Mercury with Merc-O-Mork Drive*—tha sm-o-o-ther, simpler, more efficient M/y automatic transmissiori. Match the new Mercury against anything els« in trt» field^for looks, for low upkeep, for performance, and above all—for what you get per doltorl And be jure to keep this in mind—trie 1931 Mercury is ev«n mor» important to you tddoy. For it will have higher resale value, longer .life, will be a better all-round investment. Y**, wh«n you buy a n»w cor today, it's jvst good business to mate* svr* you 9»» a really n*w cor—fh» I95J *Urcuryf So come in today and gel the complete story and you'll say it's tti« 1951 Mercury for "the drive of your life"—for "the buy of your lif«"l 3-WAT CHOICIl "With Mertury for 1951, you hov« o rript. cholc* for "*• drive of your lif* 1 ' — n«w M»rc-O*MalFc Drlv*^ and Ftirifty Touch*O'Matic Ovvrdrlv* ar« optional ot •xtra coil) and lher«'i Sil*nt.Ea» tynchronized ttondord rrantmluton. . STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. Walnut at First Strctt

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