The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 31, 1950
Page 12
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KlA'THKVll-l.K (AKk.j UJUKiivK Assembly Asked To Override Red Effort lo Oust Lie U. S. Del«90to Says V«to UMd to 'Punish' UN Secretary General YORK, Oct. 31. (ffV-The Mates, urging that Trygvc Ue b« continued at u.N. seeretarj »enetal, appealed to the General Assembly today to override Russian •Worts to o«t him. '"n«« twite that confronts us now is vxwt of the struggle for peace, V. S. Delegate Warren B, Austin to*d Hw assembly. "We cannot per- irK our efforts to be undermined sabotaged, oi' attacked indirectly hr a veto of the man who had Ihe ootlfage to take his Mam! •egression in Korea on Ihe '25th of •lutic. "We know from experience tha. Trygre Lie will iwrform his duty Independently and courageously. We know that he will defend the charter. Austin referred to Russian efforts lo veto Lie's re-election in the Security Council, and told the Veto- less Assembly: "The veto was not employed because Mr. Lie had been Incompetent, timid, or derelict in his duty, it was employed because hts notions, In response to the expressed wish of 53 member states, did not conform to the national policies of one of the permanent members." Austin s»:d Russia's veto "was employed to punish the secretary- senwul *>r carrying out faithful'ly the decisions of the Security council to resist aggression in Korea." H« said the O. S. resolution to extend Lie's term for three years continuation of (lie effort to is maintain the integrity and Independence of the office, so that the jecretsry-generaI, whoever lie may be, could function without fear ot reprisal from one of the five major powers. The Assembly was expected lo 'extend Lie's term following the debate. Undecided Voters May Swing Balance of Power in Congress Bwrderte, Armorel Arc Clinic Sites Immunizations clinics will be conducted in Burdette Friday morning and Armorel Friday afternoon Mrs. Annabel rill, county health nui«e, announced this morning. Small poic vaccinations will be given at Burdette school and diphtheria and tetanus shots at Armorel. Mrs. Pill also plans to visit various home* in both communities. WASHINGTON, Oct. 31. (#)—Final week political maneuvers Indicated today that voters who haven't yet made up their minds may have n lot to say about how the Democrats and Re-publicans divide membership in the next Congress. Tlie undecided bloc also may turn the title one way or the other In some close gubernatorial races. With the voting only a week away, Democrats looked to President Truman for a couple of assists in their efforts to produce what William M. Boyle, Jr., the national chairman snid could be a "near-landslide" for his party. Republicans, scoffing at such pie- dictions, pounded nwuy on Ihe theme that Wie Democrats have made a muddle of things. Resides a Saturday night political speech in St. Louis, President Truman was reporled about ready to provide some last-minute campaign material for the Democrats In a call for Congress lo Ret back to work sooner after the election than the Nov. 2T date on which It agreed previously. Associates said Mr. Truman will decide this week the date on which will call Congress back. These sources, iiiiqiiotnble by tinme, saw he President intends to do some telephone talking with Democrat carters before fixing the date. Some of iiiem prefer that Congress return no earlier than Nov. 20. Awall Truman Talk Some of those who have talked with the President say he will lay icavy emphasis on foreign policy n a nation-wide broadcast from st Louis Saturday night. The address, still In the rough draft and exploratory stages was aid to combine both foreign and domestic policies. Despite forecasts that the Democrate will strengthen their control of the House and Senate. Boyle conceded there are some tight races n which the outcome Is likely to be lecided by voters who make heir minds this week. He listed Senate races in Califor- ia. Pennsylvania, Indiana,- Colorado, Utah and Wisconsin In this category. He said governorship races In New York and Michigan also arc "nip and tuck." Gov. William Preston Lane ,7r of Maryland, t Democrat, furnished Borne evidence he Is maneuvering through troubled waters In his reelection campaign. In an apparent move to placate a rebellious element In hts party Lniie resigned as Democratic national committceman. This appeared to clear the way for selection by the slate Democratic committee of George P. Mahoney to the place. As Lane's Democratic primary opponent. Mahoney polled more popular votes than the governor but lost the nomination under Maryland's county unit vote syslem. In New York, Frank Gannett, newspaper publisher who once sought he Republican presidential nomination, said he can't support Oov. Thomas E. Dcwcy for reelection because "I have concluded that for he good O f the Rcpubl | call ,„,._ ty, he should retire or be retired" state"" 6 "' Wh ° Se ' 8 Ncw Ycrk 50MOO ne dall7 er eircu"llon 0r o, i !,We New York city, said he would not vote for nor tell his newspapers to support Dewey's opponent. Democratic Hep. Walter A. Lynch Dewey's only comment on (lie statement from his one-time el associate wns that -everyone „ free wor,d 0 " hlS ° W " '"""on-** » Joycees to Bring Air Show Here Blythevllle's Junior Chamber of Commerce voted last night to spon- Munlcipnl Airport Nov. 12 After seeing films of the air show the group decided to bring the Fly- Ing Saucer Air Show here ncxi month. Principal feature of List night's program was a discussion by Jimmie Edwards, Mississippi county representative to the state legisiXre pi the proposed acts and constitutional amendments which will ap- Pearson Tuesday, genera, elecJn Although the group took no action in regard to endorsing or oi>- posmg specific act., or amendments the Jaycees agreed to urge citizens to study the proposals carefully. Soviet Press Claim, Another Red Record MOSCOW. Oct. 31. Wy-The Soviet press today claimed a new long-distance record for ( O ur Soviet balioonists. The newspapers said the aeronauts took off Oct. 25 from Moscow and landed more than 1900 miles away in centra! Asia after a fHght of 81 hours and 29 minutes they floated over the Caspian and Aral seas and Lake Balkash en-' route. The press said this set not only a distance record for all classes of large balloons but also a record for both distance snd elapsed fji{fit time for balloons or 2,5uO cubic meters capacity. Carriers Used During Mop Up WASHINGTON, Oct. .11. (a-) — The Navy reported two two American destroyers nnd carrier planes are supporting u. S. Marines who are mopping up Korean lieds near ELECTION Continued Irwn ble harm has been apparent In this activity. Some voters, however, have called It a nuisance. Though none of the board members stated publlcally any reason for calling attention to this state law, there are at least two "warm" I/sues to be decided at the general election Nov. 1. These Include the proposed prohibition r.ct and the proposed school finance amendment. Most hotly- dispuled is the prohibition issue and both proponent.'! nnd opponents have been active in the campaigns centering around It. It also was revealed yesterday that in cities of the second class- Manila and Joiner— all voters will ballot on candidates for aldermen from the various wards. It was pointed out by a member of the election (ward that this will obviate the needs for three or four ballot boxes to serve all the relatively small wards. Ward boundaries In these cities are not clearly defined, it also was pointed out. This procedure was checked and verified with Attorney General Ike Murry In cities of Ihe first class such as lilythcville and asceola, state election law makes it optional as whether voting on .aldermen is by wards or city-wide. Both cities have passed ordinances calling for ald- erinanic candidates lo be voted on only by persons residing in their re.spcctive wards. Krailtr Box Won't Be Used It also was announced yesterday by the board that the Frazier l»x, located in Little River Township, will not lie used No. T. There was not ballottillg at that box in the last election, and voters there will use other nearby boxes in that township. The election commisloners pointed out lliat a total of 27 different ballots must be printed for the Nov. 7 election. Holding municipal elections on the general election date plus addition of township boxes this year caused the large number of ballots required. Six ballot forms will be used within the City of Blythcville Itself. These include a different ballot for each of the four wards, a township ballot for voters residing in Chlck- asawba. township but outside the city limits, and the absentee ballot. The board awarded the contract for printing the ballots U> Sam Hodges of Oaceola. who was the only bidder. This bid was $600 for printing the ballots and J181 for oilier election inaterafLs, such as judges' tally shock. Kojo on Korea's cast coast. A Navy spokesman told newsmen at the Pentagon briefing session the planes came from the carriers Valley Foryc. Leytc, Sicily and Raetlong Strait. The two destroyers arc pro- fiding gunfire support. Sorority Assists In TB Seal Sale Members ot the Epsilon • Sigma Alpha • Sororlely will meet tomorrow night at 7:30 In the office of the Mississippi county Tuberculosis Association at the Court House lo fold Christmas seal letters, Mrs. c. G. Redman, executive secretary of the organisation, announced Ihls morning. About 6.000 letters are to be sent out containing letter forms and seals. Tlie seals are being folded by the Blytheville Girl Scouts. Miss Butonne Jaggers In presidenl of Epsilon Sigma Alpha. Famous "step-down design steps out with new Skyliner Styling! Prices begin juit above the lowest **^ ».^^^ •"V* 4 rugged series starring the new HUDSON HOKNET - and its sensational H-145 ENGINE PLUS HYDRA-MATIC DR/VE* Hie show's on— in our salesrooms— now! A thrilling array of new Hudsons-in four rugged, custom sones-the lower-priced Pacemaker, the Super-Six, the Commodore—and the fabulous Hudson Hornet! Thisexciting new car introduces the sensational H-145 en- f^T j"? 63 ? OU mirncl >l°™ high-compnwion performance—and does il on regular gasolinel . Tuni In THE BIUY ROSE SHOW ABC-IV Nelwoit r ChoOS<! ' y , pcrforman<:en " d «f<=ty lhat only ••step-down- Hudson* can provide! May we expect you soon? MiracU H-Power —in the new H-115 engine — nmnzing getavvny — suslninci) )x>wcr in a smooth engine superbly simple in <In- »iRn, for lowest upkeep coal—an engine built to outlast any other now on Ihe mnrkel.l BURNETT HUDSON SALES SIS East Main Phon* 6991 COURT Continued rrorn p» f e 1 two years in the state penitentiary Other cases disposed of yesterday and today Included fhe following: Claude Smlthwlck. charged with obtaining money under false nre- tcnscs, judgment against bondsmen. Dr D. L. Boyd, committing an abortion, continued due to illness of special prosecutor. Sam C. Mnchier, assault with intent to rio bodily harm, appeal from Municipal court, dismissed Wheeler Carson, violating Act 240, dismissed. Alex Mayner, public drimkcness appeal, dismissed. Grover L. Meadows, violation ordinance «e appeal, dismissed Lormnc Walten, gaming appeal judgment of Municipal Court affirmed; charge of operating gambling house dismissed. Son Cherry, operating gambling i'sTine ° f S " ilty '° gamin « an <i . N .f 111s1OI1 .. Crowe ' assau!t ^h intent to kill, dismissed. Burton Walden, bartering without a license, dismissed. Prank J. Johnson, assault with intent to kill, continued. Jack Wells, three, counts of accessory before the fact of grand larceny, continued. Hill Walton, assault with intent to kill, plea changed to guilty of aggravated assault; $50 fine and >emled' S Jtt "' W " h Ja " lerm SUS " Fannie Decker and Riley Decker arson, pleas of guilty entered C. E. Decker, arson, motion to commit to State Hospital granted Luther Bearden. public drunkenness appeal, continued J. B. Lamb, overdrafting, plea ol guilty and 425 fine. 3am Williams, assault with intent to WJ1, pit* thtngtd to irulltv of >gfjrav«led «ssault; $50 fine and 6 months in J«ll, boIh suspended on payment of costs. Opal Knapp, forgery and uttering, plea of guilty. Leila SUudenmeyer, two counts of contributing to delinquency of a minor. Municipal Court decision affirmed and bond forfeited for nonappearance. Robert Trimue, reckless driving disclosed; plea of guilty entered to drunken driving ctiarge. Charles Ray Loclcridge, cliiM abandonment, plea, of guilty and sentence of one year suspended. Willie Stone, Burglary, plea changed to guilty. Nellie Coker, assault with intent lo kill, plea changed to guilty; $50 fine and two days in jail, with Jail lerm suspended. Eugene Shaw, Ira Jones, George Lewis and Sammy White, rape, pleas changed lo guilty on reduced charge of assault and battery and fines of $25 each. Clement! Rodriguez Mendoza, rape, pleas changed to guilty on reduced rlinrge of carnal abuse. R. C. Gay, assault and battery, lower court affirmed. Homer Durham, uuult »tth deadly weapon, lower court •fflrmc. Homer Smith, forgery and utte ing, bond forfeited and »l! u «. rant Issued. Alfred I,. Hickman, forgery ., uttering, plea changed to guiju. Ben J. While, forgery >nd utte ing. plea of guilty entered. Uton Ainsworth, carnal »bu. continued. ^^ The Latui Inscription on ih« H, U.S. coin Is translated: "1 m_,, fly. therefore mind your business " ^Jenuine Sour M bourbon first made Kentucky whiskies famous, and famous Old Fitzgerald is first among Kentucky's genuine sour mash bourbon whiskies. OLD FITZGERALD Genuine SOUR MASH Bourbon OLD. FASHIONED... •Su 100% Distributed by illOON OlSTimJUThNJG CO. Little Hock, Arkansas Jtl1i.l-W.IU, DI.MII.ry., E,f. Louisville, Kentucky, 1849 _JONDiD KENTUCKY STRAIGHT g O U , , Q N WH 1SK er TOP PRICES PAID FOR SOYBEANS AT THE E. B. GEE GRAIN CO. 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