The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 10, 1947
Page 10
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1T5S Bt.YTHEVILLE (AM,) COUBIBE NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1947. tig Five Handed lisarniament Job U.S., Russia. Britain, ! France/China Ordered I To Plan Arms junking ' LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., April MO. (UP)—The United Nations Com- vissionlon Conventional Armaments handed tlic.Initial responsibility, for 'World disarmament plahn'.p.g '.o lh<? Big Five powers yesterday, i The ', Commission ordered the Witcd. States..., flussla, Britain Trance 1 and China to negotiate in Woscrt 'conference n schedule for the UN program for jmftlhg arm- kmenU and reducing national ar Sillies and navies. I Colombia and Brazil led th move to give responsibility to t!i Vive permanent members, of the UN Security Council, arguing that the 'small "powers have little,: to • saj a'jout tiisaniiing Mie world if tin is [lowers don'l get together. Bra?.\l started the day's 'proceed imss by si!!!i!Csling that the pro Isxl western hemisphere defens in be employed as a stepping 'tie ;to world^vide junking of S. delegate Warren Austin I'prcpartd a .reply to Russia's "at- I ta;k on the Truman dtoclrine amid 1 indications that the UN is head- ling for some plain talk atout meri-an-Russian relations^. .'; Two Die In Nursery Fire fop Hating' Killer Jakes fhile in Electric Choir Tin-South Dakota Prison S. D. April 10 [(UP)—Oeoi : ge Sitts, 34, a convicted I murderer ^*o broke Jail and killed 1 Jtwo lav,' officers, died In the elec- |tric chair yesterday with a grim Dl:e on Iris lips.'. As he sat hooded and strapped n the electric chair waiting for the. first surge of electric current. ^' ,^ A nurse In n Columlnis. Ohio, hospital liolds one.of Uic elevrn ciiildrc burned in n children's boarding liome fire. TWO of the liny tots woi fatally burned. (NBA Telephoto.) a.m. ho \vns pronounced dead .I the dKith .chamber at the Sout .-They.'were the'lost.'words spo-j Dakota State I'fnitcntinry. first time authorities over me.-escu^e pvison." ' ken by "Die self-styled "cop hater" who killed in cold blood and ' boast- 1 ' etl that he was "not a 'Christian."! .Denver. Colo.. Is the highest cap- Tile first. of four jolts of current llnl In Ihe. Unite*! States, Ijetnu al- thls Is the hit him n, -moment later. Al 12:lb j most r x:ictly a mile above sea level. ' -, coffee That's the winning combination for the finest in foods . . . thick, juicy steak with hearty "Cup-Tested" ADMIRATION Coffee. The finest food requires the finest in coffee . . . "Cop-Tested" ADMIRATION Coffee . . .to give complete satisfaction .,• . every time — any time! i 1 f^? If^-^'l / *m?^Aj^ 40 witnesses: "In .my experieivce Little Wigs' WagMoreG fudges Than Big Shots Do, Othman Soys Killlor's Note: Frederick C. (Minium makes Hie rounds in Washington jjiitherin* nulerlul for his daily United I'rfss feature itor.v. Sometimes lie writes things that p<'u|ik> in (lie government iloi.'t Hid'. Scmuilhnes they set very a UK iv at him. In the fullonin- "Memo from 'Washington" Oth- nian tells who Ls mud ;i( lilm ;u»l wliy. jtirnio from vVusliljifilliH: By United I'l-eus' I ain't mad at nobody, but .1 lot if ])(>o])li> are sure at me. For Hvo years now, six days n vci'k, 1 have been waiuicrhiff aimitul ,VuKlilni',t"ii, wrlllni; pieces nbunt .ho blB and little wigs In !hc i;ov- .•riiitient. Occasiontilly I have sue:.Iced in an item about my own (rou- jh'S with electric blankets, bull- joint fountain IJP.DS and hliili prrs- sure real estate agents. BI(!BCr the man, foi•tunntcly, the isliT he c:ui smile at hlmsc'lf. When I did a yarn about Attorney General Tom Clark rontini; :i chuv-. liammcr coal so lie could ^o tj : party at the White House, lor instance, lie Illed no law suiu He thought It was funny mid ho came out aiicad. The cver-UioiigliKnl Mrs. Clark later |>re.sented him willi a t'in» lallrd coat, the first he'd ever nwiiivl .So inuch for tliu folk.s who nren' -sore at Otlminn. There arcn'l manj but 1 love 'em. As of now I have in my hair an e.x-conuii'.'isman who blames me for his EXKUNK8S. While he dill w.ia on the federal payroll he mads n speech. His was wild-eyed oratory and I took special pains to gel down his words In my notes exactly i:s le'd said them. He w'siK bltlcr about tlie nccitrncv if the resultiinl dispatch; said It nude him sound like a half-wil. I escrved comment. I also have an outraged husband ifter my .scalp. At one of the licar- n«s involving the Garsson muni- ions cm|)lie, a ciirly-halrecl socre- tary v,'as the chief wltnc.o! She wore a short skirt and she crossed ;ind iiiH.'rosseil iicr Ic-^s every 110 seconds on llu- stand. I never did see such pretty Ibices and sakl so in ny Ktory. Her husband was Incensed. Said I'd ogled his wife In print. When the airline pilots threatened their strike. I nltcn<k°;l Ihe proceedings before the CAA, and was flablKi'Hasled to llnd these laborers talking about iiilnlriuim w.i- tjes of around $18.000 n ,'Car for ocean llyins,'. I called tli»ii';' an ciner:ild-::lud(led liibor disputi;. . Pilots by the do/^nrj an<l th(? score denounced me. Members of Hie A. P. or I,., they inlBht be, they said, hut tliey weren't laborers and they resented a groundling saying w>. As of tiie moment Ibe customs i-,iiards of the iiatlun are dchming ui<! with unhappy communications. They didn't reali'/e 1 was spoof- Ing when I wrote I didn't like the way they ruffled my luggngo and was jjlad most of them had lost their jobs In Conyre.s.s' economy drive. A while back I had (o be fingerprinted by the Secret aervic.? t-o I could get into the White HOILW. The lady who examined me and listed the name of my wrist-watch looked to me as though she miyht, unclrc.s.s me. I said so. Outrageous, she retorted. She had no Intention of removing my clothes, she said. The ball-point pen maksr.i (I never knew tlicre were so many until their letters began to arrive; lire grieved «vei\iny Inky trouble's with their product. Other manufactur- can't understand how I cauqht pneumonia under one of the;:' Metric blankets. Several local real estate dealers charge that my series of pieces about my own housing troubles are ruining their business. An inventor of a patent bit for vicious animals says he did not, either, Intend It for tigers. He meant It for dogs and consequently is sending me one, express collect. Woof! Frederick C. Othman United Press Staff Correspondent April <J, 1947. Head Courier News Want Ads. IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH? 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