The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1950 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 14, 1950
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VOL. XLVI— NQ. 204 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER J — THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER r>w BODO-UC, . „... ._ 58 Believed Dead As Canadian Plane *»Crashes in France Mdlan airliner which apparently'flew head-on "nlVaii Alpin, chf with 51 passengers—mostly Canadian llolv Year nil grims—and crew of seven. ' Their first radioed report indicated none of the crasl victims was likely to be found alive. ' * The guide's, pushing toward th scene Ihrough rain and snow, men sagcd back that they had spotte, the wreckage near the verticlt north face of Mount L'Obiou Rangi at 2 p.m. (7 a.m., CST) today. Thi plane crashed last night. Pictures of Pope Found Photographs of Pope Pius XII who had blessed the Pilgrims short ly before they took off from Roiru. yesterday for Paris and home were found scattered in a forest severa miies from the scene of the crasl -apparently carried by mountail gales. „ Scraps of a diary written by om or the pilgrims told of the audience with Ihe Pope and of reciting Ihe Rosary imploring Ihe mercy o Heaven before boarding lh e plane The radio message for Ihc guide.' said: "The airplane seemed to be completely destroyed" The guides said they had seer the wreckage through- a break in the clouds shrouding the mountain 1 hey had spotted It, they said from ^f 7 , 1 ,? 0 ~£" >t ' pollU called "The'cross of lhe Pigne." Experienced mountain climbers here estimated the guides were a hsid five hours march from the wreckage. They said the face of the mountain Is a solid stone wall I 800 feet high and one of the most dangerous spo(.s in the area. Five Ambulances on Scene rive ambulances were brou°ht rom nearby villages to stand by to rusi, any survivors to hospitals frri n'^' 1 ° CC ' 4 '' l ' eci ab ° u t 85 miles rrom the spot where an Indian constellation plunged into the face" of Mount Blanc less than two weeks ago. killing 43 Bast Indian seamen nd a crew of five. Although French mountain guides ™. r d M hc 5cenc of that cr «h I" one of the most hazardous Alpine eats >„ history, none of the bodies has been removed because of the • and the danger of winter ayalanehes.'Onc French guide was - -1 by an avalanche during the •'" U.S. Musi Set Foreign Aid Goal Two Senators Say Report on Economic Help to World Meets Criticism of Ferguson By OLIVER IV. De WOLF WASHINGTON, Nov. 14. (/f, _ Two Senators, a Republican and Democrat, said today that as a pie hide to any new foreign economi •Id plan the administration must, se out a definite goal and— as far a possible— the steps to meet it. t -They were Senator Ferguson (R Mich), slated to move up to the No 2 GOP spot on the Senate Appro priations Committee, and Senate Green (D-EI), who will be th third ranking Democrat on the Sen ate Foreign Relations Committee li the 82nd Congress. ' On the. question of military aid t< Western Europe, Senator Taft (R Ohio) told a news conference yes terday he thinks the United State: will have to provide help, but Ilia the new Congress, starting Jan 3 must study the matter thoroughly Delay May B« Costly Senator Anderson (D-NM) countered that any prolonged examination by Congress of the Arms Ate Program might result in ^fatal delays in building anti-Sovlet'defcnses Ferguson and Green, in separate interviews, made their observation in connection with the foreign economic Report of Gordon Gray former Secretary of the Army, who stu died the whole problem for Pres ".oeiit Truman. . ,: : . . • . Gray, in a report made public Sunday night, foi broad H program of assistance . areas '- , **fxyion called for the ad.mnh. - trsli on to set out a specific obfec tfvt and the steps to meet it Jed Cross Plans tule Gift Drive Packages Sought For U.S. Servicemen Away from Mails Mrs. Si'egbert jiedel has been named chairman of Red Cross activities to provide hospitalized ser vicemen and veterans with Chrlst ' Gl '""' chapter i ' chairrnan said today The Christmas activities program r n d '? ifrned to Sive Mississippi i ? h i m an °PP° rt «»i'y to con- nbute gifts and a personal greeting to American servicemen. •Mrs. ounn sa'ld sorae servicemen "IK ° vcrlookc <* bl' their own fam- *Pes but that most gifts will go to hose men who are en route to or from overseas and who can not be reached by mail in time (or Christmas. Residents of Chickasawba District have hecn asked to provide 50 Siintj^rT" •atheune Bom geoise who founded the older of lhe gisteis of Our Lady in the Canadian wilds 300 'ears ago. Ms E r. j. Alderville Bureau 47 former dean of-the faculty of Ca- lonical Law at Quebec's Laval University, was the ranking' churchman aboard. . " Villagers in the area of the peak aid they heard two explosions, then aw. the, glow of a fire. Despite the veathcr. veteran mountaineers be- leved the wreck would be easier 'o reach than thai of the Indian llane. X'V." . ',<* Nov. 23 Seems Certain to Be Date Of Thanksgiving Here This Year AutoAgenciesHere Exchange Buildings The largest lea! estate transfer ever made in Blylhcville w->s cousumated late Saturday when papers where signed by Tom A LiUle Sr, ransferring the bunding of lhe BlytheviHe Motor Co.,-located at ir a co "" d F0mt " SL '' CCtS ' l ° RUBe " P " im " S ' •"">«• •*••""'»" The transaction, announced lo-+ day, also included a cash considera- lon. the amount of which was not disclosed. In addition lo the main-building vhlch is 120 by 220 feet, the sale Iso included a new car storage niildiug 105 by 120 feet and a used ar reconditioning building 65 bv 0 feet. •: . J .-As part of the transaction, Mr .Ittle becomes owner of the propcr- X, **>*- oocmiicd bj the Phillips located at Walniit packages for these men and 75 Christmas gifts for me'ii"hospit'a|]7.- cd at Kennedy Veteran's Hospital In Memphis. Regulations regarding these gifi.s an- available at thc Red Cross Office or from Mrs. Jicdcl. Weother Arkansas Forecast: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers this attcr- Amer Tobacco Anaconrta Conner Beth steel Chrysler CLOUDY AND RAIN Coca Cola ..'.'.'." noon, tonight and Wednesday Gc " Electric Missouri Forecast; Mostly cloiidvi? Cn Mot «« lonlghl and Wednesday with" few » Arvcstcr •• scattered light showers west and i Mont S" ra ery Ward north central; warmer loniirhi m I , J Central !± ^S^' '- *»>!ht *-» R.So*'"" 3 ' ' - Xtove Explosion <iHs Kennett. Mo. Two-Year-Old KENNETF, Mo., Nov. H. ( /TV _ ne small child was burned to death nd another critically burned In an xplosion and fire which followed se of gasoline to renew a kitchen ove fire at the home of a fnrm laborer near here last, night. The parents, M r . and Mrs. Gcor- Bie McNcw, had come to town to buy some provisions and left their four small children eating supper One of Hie children, officers who Investigated said, poured some gasoline onto the kitchen stove causing the explosion and fire which Killed Gnry Lynn McNew. aged 2. Shirley Ann. aged three and a half, was critically burned. The other two children. Marion and Carole, aged 5 and 7. succeeded in BCtlms the baby and Shirley outside before the farm building wns quickly enveloped in flames. The building was a total loss New York Stocks 1:30 D.m, Quotations: cast; high Wednesday 60-65 Minimum this morn!:— -31 HJtlajJlmum ycsterday-ei. ^Sunset today—i;5s. Sunrise tomorrow—6:3< Precipitation 18 hours to 7 a m today—none. Total since Jan. 1—56.31. Mean temperature (midway between high and low)—-IS. . Normal mean temperature for November—50.2. This i>*le Last Year Minimum this morning—(1. Maximum yesterday—65 Jnn Precipitation Jan. i to this dalojhf, r —*!«•• U._.. Republic steel Socony Vacuum standard of N J Sears Texas Corp " S Steel Southern Pacific 151 l-t R6 1-2 36 1-2 <4 3 72 1-2 69 6-B 'I 1-2 49 1-2 .11 3-R 63 1-2 16 3-4 70 3-8 17 1-4 44 3-8 24 1-2 86 53 77 60 7-8 60 7-8 ore Space In commenting on his new ac- uisilion, Mi Phillips siid: 'For years our facilities for op- rating ^the Foid sales and service avc been terribly crowded Therefore, in acquiring this property with .Its large facilities we will be able to provide a greatly expanded service to Ford and other auto and truck owners of this territory Speech Clinics To Be He!dot Schools Here Two,.specialists from the stale Department- pf Education-will-conduct speech clinics at'schools"here Wednesday through Friday, it was announced today by Mis.,' wlmife sti'plrU;"""' Cler """ nr >' —' A. O. Thompson, supervisor of special education with the slate 'otrTof i"! 1 MiSS Cy " thia D:ll V. -- „.,. . Miss Turner mgcd that parents Mr. Phillips, who has operated the of children w u,i speecn dlfficnllie? Ford agency in its present location '« * e advantage of lhe el nlcs since January 1. 1S25. said "We will i which will begin Wednesday move our Ford business to the new . «•••«'•'* location sometime prior to January 15. at which time we will hold a formal opening to acquaint the public more fully with the service to be offered." Mr. Little said location of the . . e w gn enesday „„,„ Ford business to the new'|'»B- They will be held accord w to metime rior t ""• '"""-'•— • • accor<11 "S to his plans for re- Dodge-Plymouth agency were not definite and .that he would make an announcement concerning them Inter. fSce. picture on Page It) Manila to Cite Community Needs Manila residents will he asked to suggest needs for improvements in the civic, economic and social life of thc city tomorrow when a community development clinic will be conducted by thc Arkansas Resources and Development Commission and the -\rkansas Economic Council-State Chamber of Coi—nerce ... j -. .,, ^n^ lie III 3 the following schedule- Sudbury Grade School, Wednes- i««v, m S", lln ? ; - Ju "I°r and Senior High fachools, Wednesday after noon: , t^nge School. Thursday morning; Yarbro School. T day afternoon; Central School -fvidav morning; „„„ EIm st ^ School, Friday afternoon. aiiuod at • Completing vlrlually city - wide ugrcement on Mio nation-wide Ihanksgivlng date was the .innoim- ccmenl this morning that schools In the Blylhcville District will close the weekend of Nov. 2X Superintendent of Schools w B Nicholson said this morning ihnt schools will dismiss at the reijulnr cosing time Nov. 22 and resume classes Nov. 27, giving slurteiits and faculty members a four-day holiday In his announcement. Mr. Nicho'l- so nsaid "The prevailing sentiment in Ihc Blytlievillc School District, favors Nov. 23. A majority of school board members have given approval lo Ilic change." Original plans had called for closing schools on the weekend of Nov. 30, which is regarded as the of- ficinl Thanksgiving dalxv for Arkansas. Both the First National Bank and thc Farmers Bank and Trust Company here are scheduled lo close Merchants favor. Nnv •>^ The Blythcville Post Office also will observe this date, Only box and special delivery service will tic given MthbugTi perishable - packages win be delivered. Postmaster Row . maser Row S Stevens said. There will be no city or rural route deliveries that day Die Post Office lobby will remain open and the slump machine will be in operation but all windows will be closed, he said. A poll of members of the board of directors of the Relall Merchants Division showed nearly unanimous choice of Nov. 23. according to ,Iim- rn.e Edwards, president of the merchants group, and Worth D. iiold- SINGLE COPIES riVE CEN11 Frozen Silence Falls Over Korean Battle * * * . UN May 'Pigeonhole Tibet's Plea for Aid >ne slate office here mav observe ank-sglvnij; Nov. 30. This is tlm Arkansas Revenue Department - ficc. located in city Hall. Oscar Alc-x- ^nder, North Mississippi County revenue inspector, said this office U. S. Rushes Arctic Clothing to Troops On Chilly Front SHOUL, Korea, Nov. 14.— (Al')—A froxen silence settled over Korean batllel'iclds today. Tempcralm-os of six above i-o virtually paralyzed Hie noi-U)western IVont where an es lima ted ilO.OOO Chinese Communists lace Ilic concen- tralcd U. S. First Corps. It was even'colder in Ihe norlli- easl. Ice-tipped winds swept down from mountain peaks on the quilted Chinese and on shivering Americans, many still j,i summer uniforms. The U.S. Eighth Army was rushing Arctic clothing 1 Q HID chilled troop.s. Piirkn-clnd Marines pushed through frown hills in the center of the line lowiird Chiingjin Reservoir and Us great hydroelectric development, farther eiist. Iwo regiments of the U, S. Seventh Division inarched along Ice caked roads In subzero weather toward Ihe Mnnchurlan border. :io miles awny. Winds of 40 miles" an hour made It difficult for fighting men of Hie Seventh Division to b.calhe I heir hands alid feet were numbed by Ihe cold. A thermometer carried bv a tiny wind-tossed plnm. above them registered 21 degrees l«;lnw zero. Associated Press Correspondent Tom Stone and || lc p |] olj Lt ,,„„„,, c Kvnns of Columbus, On., said an overcast all but hid the nth regiment B , 1( | th( , 31st ..[>„],,,. B „ Regiment. O«nnr<s Carry Vi>j|»(m« Sleds .inn oxcarts carried heavy weapons through Ihe mountain -oads north of Pungsan. ned mortars opened up on tnc roops three hours after they started the march toward Kapsan, 15 "lies northwest. Other Seventh Division puliol.s reached the Pujmi reservoir 35 in 11 es. southwest of Pungsan without seeing the enemy On the sliowv covered hills of Ihe Mist coast, the South Korean Cap- tal Division beat off a tank-led Civil Liberties Are Suspended In Venezuela Move Follows Killing Of President Choi baud By Revolutionists CAflACAS, Venezuela, Nov. 14 'I—The Rovernnicnf, today decreed R stale of emergency and pressed n- hunt for all the assassins of acting President u. Col. Carlos Del- gndo Ciinlbaud. member ol the n-ncrcc The Lions club is sponsoring the meeting to bo held at the Manila school undci thc direction of Forrest Ncrman. Bell System Strikes Back AtHitandRun Picketing NEW YORK. Nov. U. (,!>._„., ...... ' . ^ NEW YORK. Nov. 14. My-Bll- ruMs spread today In the nation's partial telephone strike after the huge Bell System struck back »t disruptive hit-and-run picketing Leader., of the striking CIO Communication., Workers of America ICWAI accused the company of a discriminatory lockout" in complaints to the National Labor Rela New York Cotton Dec. Mar. May July Oct. . Soybeans Nov Jan Open 285 387 ~k 288 Ti 290 li High 290 292*; 293'i 294',4 Lo w 284\; 287',4 288'i 200!; 1:30 287 291'.'. 292'i Open High Low . 4M8 4239 4220 . 1222 4232 4202 , 4179 1179 4157 4130 4132 4110 3680 3683 3667 lations Board. They said thc company had lurn- |ed away 15.000 long-distance operators and maintenance men across the country who would not pledge themselves to v.-jr "rcgularly"- tnat is, be ready to cross their union's sporadic picket lines. Thc workers affected belong [ 0 1:301 the CWA, but not lo It,, .^Lig 42.10 , divisions. «H ! One complaint was filed here and Hie olhcr in Philadelphia. ^•rtr^t^'vr ""Ion charges were upheld. Clnirtcs alkvi Absurd ,. tiell called Ihc lockout clm ,. s( .,. absurd" and said |i was ni'ilv ^c" g to 0 h ".'die" 'he™^'; e 1 ™" 1 "'" met in comparative harmony niShl fur a seven nud oue-hnlf ^session—t he longest since the l>cprin ]ns( Hiursday morning, c lalKs will continue today. State Pickets Arrested— 4168 4119 3667 . NRLB officials said it would take at least two weeks to decide Ihe RAAF Trainee in 'Land Down Under' Seeks a 'Penfriend' in BlytheviHe Looking for a '•pciifricml?" John D.. Pratt of East Sale. Australia. Is. Twenty-year-old Mr. Pratt is a Royal Australian Mr'' Force cadet taking navigation training .at an air base near Enst sale, which Is state of Victoria, located in Australia In a letter to the Courier News he young Aust/allan recalled meeting American servicemen in bis country during World War II and n, , tnls "ewspapcr to help find » BlytheviHe ••penfricnd" for him. I first saw your newspaper title in an article in our edition of Rcad- 5 C5 < " Mr. Pratt wrote. -- hold Americans in high esteem doun here and don't forget the great gestures they made during the war years, when so many 01 your men were here helping out our country. I met o.uiU> a few of your servicemen during thc war and always intended to see if I could get a penfricnd over Iherc. However, 1 am Just getting around to it now and I trust you will help me find a correspondent. "If I could gel a young lady shout my own age as a penfricnd I'd tit ' most grateful." A native of Adelaide. South Australia. Mr. Pratt added In his letter especially swimming, athlctlcf'tlnd' Australian-rules football" ^L'^.!! cnc .' it »' a "y potential corrc- ., , .. penfricnds" who want U) T"^ WU " lhls ym '" x man " e and down under." here Is his complete address: AM840 T/NavIgalor Pratt. J D 5°. , °' Air Navigation RAAF Station, East Sale Victoria, Australia. fiOCK, Ark., Nov 14 iT/Tl, 01 "' "' ore l >ict:(Jl '> »'«re arrested today as striking Western Klec- jnc employes extended picket Itne.s if Southwestern Bell Telephone L-ompany excliantcs in three Norlh Arkansas cities. Pickets were arrested on charges of disturbing Ihc peace at Newport and Scarcy. In boih places warrants Th S ' g " C<i by ' otal bllsfllc " men. extended to four east Arkansas exchanges yesterday and resulted the arrest of five cities. Pickets appeared "change at 6:45 a.m. todav. " a't j ih Newport at 1:30 snd Walnut hidec pickc ' s '" at the Scarcy M ,. •'•* "" " i»iiK-ieci N°Hh Korean a Hack with lhe help of the eight Inch gim s „[ i hc u $ Cruiser iiochcster and lhe rockets' or Marine panics. A u s. Tenlli COI-|K spokesman said the battle left the South Koreans secure In their positions on the orimgchon River. 90 miles south of the Soviet border Forty miles to the wrsl. another unit of the Capital Division plodded ihroiiKh ,\x Inches of snow toward Hnpsii. linpsu Is a road junction midway between the .scene of the coastal bailie and the advancing u. s. Seventh Division Far behind Ihe lines » bypassed force of about two Red hatlnllons- obont 2.000 men-attacked South Korean i,, )O p s (ll p yong(!nng 6|) miles northeast of Seoul. The Communists drove Into Ihe town al 2 a.m. Tuesday. Th oy wcrc ,] r | ven ,, ul I" an clghl hour battle. At 10-.30 a.m. lhe fight was still rasing outside the town. Soulh Koreans said they Killed or captured HI Reds. Civilians Illierlng through the front from Communist territory re- Portcd North Korean army officers of field grade I majors and lieutenant colonels! arc lioing north leaving Junior officers In charge uf troops facing the U. S, Firsl Cavalry Division. The only sizeable ground action reported on Ihc western front wns on tlic extreme right flank. of the cavalrymen. One regiment of the U. S. Second Division was •eportcd advancing against stub- bnrn enemy resistance. Hiuwcen these two American outfits u.N. fighter-bombers supporting the South Korean Sixth Division reported they killed 200 enemy troops In strafing attacks on hills north of Tokchon By STANI.KV JOHNSON' -„,,. , , Nov ' M ' <' p J-T'l«t'« appeal for United Nation. (he "f |T, H 'T ^"" l " e Comm " nlBl illvati "« appeared headed for me file and forget" cabinet today. No u. N, member appeared willing u> shoulder Hie responsibility of sponsor ,1* Tibet's plea In Ihe Security council, since the remote Him.-' i.>)nn tl.eocracy is not a member. It cannot present Ihe plea directly. * The two governments most dl- reclly concerned - India and Na- llonnllst Chinn-both take the attitude that Tibet Is a'rmrt of China and therefore the conflict Is a civil war not subject to U.N. jurisdiction. Although both countries are highly opposed lo lhe Red use of force against Ihe 3.000.000 people in the mountain land, they feel lhal the legal nicellfs prevent Interference. W.S. Knjtroswd In Knrfa W»r The United stales has not yet studied the 1,200 word' communication from Tibetan Finance Minister Tscpnn Shalcibpa to Secrelary General Trygve Lie. but Its representatives gave the Impression that H was much loo engrossed In tb« Korean campaign to take on th« main burden of a new war U.S. Deputy ..Delegate Ernest A. cross [old newsmen last night thai lie U.S. was consulting Informally on; Tibet, but would not lake . definite stand until the correspondence was thoroughly studied. I" the meantime, he said, .lh« U.S. was concentrating Its effort* on an attempt to get Red chin, out of Korea. He denied accusation, ,lr .som. newspapers that the Invitation to he Communist Pelplng government lo send representatives here con- slilulcd anpeasenient Cnunrll-, Aim to Limit W»r ft was. he said, part of the Councils aim or limiting lhe war The U.S. delegale asserted, however that ih e („,,,. of Pelping-s re . ; Ply to the U.N. invitation has swunV » majority of the Council behind the U.8. ixisltlon Dial It might „ well go ahead Immedlalely with dlsciissloi). of a resolution ordering Chinese Troops, out of Korea. The same resolution, promises to respect, the borricr'belween China and'Ko- rea and assures Pelplng that U.K. forces have nb aggressive alms. If the Chinese Reds show up at Council meetings at which Korea U on the agenda, he declared, the U.S. will have ninny questions In a,sk them regarding their Intentions; If (hey don't U.N. should go on anyway.' Gross said the Council would probably mcel on the question Wed- ' ncsday or Thursday. Meanwhile the special' Political Committee begin* hearings today on Indin'.« charges that South African mistreatment of persons of Indian ancestry violates the UN charter. Mrs. Vljaya Pandit. Indian ambassador lo the United states, lias arrived here to plead the Indian case. She is a sister of Prime Minister Jnwahnrlal Nchni. In a series of backstage maneuvers. Mrs. Pandit already has won the support of all Asian and African members of the U.N., and Is believed to have the sympathy of Latin American dcle- I'ullng three-man military junta •I'he alleged lender of the RSSRS- •••1115. Hafnel Simon Unrnlna. was arrested with some members o( his Bionp, It was announced. The stnte of emergency liidefin- alcly suspended civil liberties. 2" Mrn In I'lol 'I'ilc official vr.slon of yesterday's slaying said Dclgado and his "Ide. Navy Ueiil. Carlos Baenlao f.ara, were seized by a group or 20 iiien ns I hey wen: leaving Delgiuio's home. Thc two were fkcn 10 an ahnndoncd house in Die easlern sec- Lion of thc city, where Ihey were tirulnlly beaten. Dclgndo wns shot in the back and Hacnlao was crit- cally wounded. •I'he official report said Simon Urbina recently wns permitted lo return; to Vcne/uln from exile Armed: patrols-were ordered out Immediately after the killing was discovered. . • 'A secrelary in the Venezuela), embassy in Bogota. Columbia, said lhe governrncnl had' wnmcd 'foreigners not to--interfere in the situation. Venezuelan sources In New York Identified Simon urblna as an o.ld-llme revolutionary leader who has been employed o u special political police duty In Caracas fur the past yeiir or more. Mourning "ay Decrrr. 'The Peruvian government • decreed tomorrow—the day Dclgado to lie burled—as a national day of mourning, and ordered lhe' un- tionnl flag to he flown al half mast ns » sign of respect to Venezuela.) With the Issuance of Ihc stale of emergency decree, the eovcnimeiil- Imposcd n d,usk lo dawn curfew last nighl. This prevented reporters from sending news nut of thc cmm- Iry during lhe night. Christmas Seal Sales Net $720 Volunteer workers In thc personal solicitation phase of the annual Christmas Seal sales which started yesterday, reported a total of $720.15 obtained from Blythcville business firms during the first day of the drive. A of the business district began yesterday and will continue throughout the week. A crew of 25 volunteer vorkers Is handling this part of the drive, Mrs. C. O. Redman, executive .secretary of tin- Mississippi County Tuberculosis •Association, said. ; Mrs. W. J. Pollard nnd Mrs ll-jjh Whitsllt arc co-chairman for the perrons! solicitation phase of the rtrive. * most of thc gations. Christmas Float Entry Details Are Disclosed Details for entry of float* in Rlythcvlllc's annual Christmas p arru | c - announced today by thc Merchant., Division of the Chamber of . Commerce, sponsor of thc event to be held Dec. 6. Two dislinra divisions have been j lii* float: arranged i or the parade, Barney! -Iricfiie of float Cockrcll, chairman of the Christ-' mas Promotion Commlllcc said These will be the Float Division and •' I'd Division. al 8:08. Bonds f fj , fl || r,,,,, p j ckl . ts Vfrc sot at *50 each. The telephone company said first ,, ! , P ? m w " c lhat lts employes a I walnut Ri(f?e remained al wnrk nl- ^r picketing started. The five plckr-l." artesled yesterday were released on bond for hearings later this month. Court battles In their behalf were promised by their union. Meanwhile, striking Western Klpc- tric employes planned to continue moving from city lo ell.y in Ar>*l up picket lines for olj periods. Persons riding lloal. number-. Ttuck or Iractor snd trailer secured from — Knliies must be postmarked not lawr than midnight Dec. 1. Prizes In the Float Division are: Open. 1200 first prize; $100 second prize: J50 Ihird prize; s:-.i fourth Morch of Dimes Raises '51 Goal To $50,000,000 NEW YORK. Nov. K (AP, _•]-),<, March of Dimes has raised its sight* tor next year und will try to collect $50.000.000 to fichl pollo-$20,000- 001) more than was collected thi? yc;ir. Announcement of Die new and Manor was made last night by Basil O'Connor, president of the National Foundation for In(anti>, Paralysis, sponsor of the annual campaign. He said the foundation must not only a sn.OCO.OOO deficit it expects by (he end of the year, but mum be prepared for new and higher costs following three years of «cc.wive polio outbreaks. ha.', been more than doliblcd over last year. All Moats will be eligible for open division prizes. t i<-nc It wns stressed thai no undeco- prize and $25 lifth [> r i?e " lcd f»« or ^ucks will be allow- priw.«. S2S lirst prize and »I5 ed in thc parade and that any advertising or credit lines wn be limited to 18 Inches In height bv four """ '" Vehicles or'floats feet In length. violating those rule,, will be qualified from compellllon Information Ke«uesf<-<j second dis- . Pel Division: White prizes, 110 first prize; $7.50 second prize and Ji third prize. Negro prizes. S10 first Junior (Red Cross Drive Is Begun The annual enrollment drive nf the Junior Red Cross was bcsun j yesterday In the high school and will continue for two weeks, it was | announced today. j The American Junior Kcd Cros.i vale and parochial elementary and secondary schools of the country. Charles Kinningham Is serving aj chairman for lhe high school drive. . second pri/e and $S prize; 57.50 .-"-cler lo r^l ^^ .„„ j SS'."^^^ «- \ °£ mm eV«S! '^"'"T' the C ° m - khC "" i( " 1<: " P -« orfhWJnSMSi M.*;win reonire e.r-h enlrant lo: originality nf the costume of pet:.July N. O. Cotton % ,..^,, tuiinuj, i v • n[ 11;iUHiii,v n : the following Information about | and master. Open High U>»- Cl«t« . 4230 4230 42« 1217 . 4208 4210 4188 4XM . . 4171 4171 4157 4199' . 4116 4117 -1096 4103 . K1S 3680 3657 K71

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