The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1952 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, EEC. 23, 1952 Rep. Flood Says Korean Atrocities to Be Probed By B. L. LIVINGSTON'S WASHINGTON OB _ Rep. Flood (D-I'a) declared today there wns "no doubt whatsoever" that the incoming 83rd Congress win approve an Investigation of alleged Communist atrocities in Korea. Flood, a member of a special House committee which has been Investigating the Katyn Forest massacre of World War II, said o bill authorizing such ail Inquiry probably would be Introduced Immediately in the new Congress convening Jan. 3. Flood's statement followed the oowe e final repoij of the Katyn committee, which found a "striking similarity" between the massacre of Service Time Is Cut For Korea Draftees WASHINGTON «P,-Aftcr Jan 1 Army draftees rotated home from Korea will be released if they have completed at least 20 months of active service. Secretary o! the Army Pace announced yesterday The normal service for' draftees Is 24 months. The Army previously had said (hose with active duty in Korea would be released after 21 months, because of that service. The new policy also applies to draftees who return to this country before Jan. ,, it thcy ,, ave not left a reception center for re•"' ' to a-new station by •assignment that. date. Anne Baxter Plans Divorce , LOS ANGELES I/F1 - Anne Baxter, Academy Award winner, has startled the film colony by filing Bint for divorce from John Hodiak - Ihe complaint, filed yester- In day. the 29-yeer-old actress -- j •-•••'-IJIM ritutrss nC- cused Hodiak. 37. of (renting her In en/iK „ U _. . . - ° In such a "cruel and inhuman" manner that she suffered "great humiliation, mental anguish nnd embarrassment. " Miss Baxter, granddaughter of architect Frank Lloyd Wri»ht complained that her husband'/al- mucfe had caused her to become nervous and rundown. She declined to say whether recent publicity about her—inclndin- her cigar-smoking—was in any way involved. Nor were details disclosed of a property settlement which gives her custody-of their 18-monUi-old daughter Katrina. The Hotliaks were married July i. 1H-G, at Burlingame, Calif and S--:iaratcd last Dec. 1, • Tile actress said. "We frit sick about it. We'd tried our best." 15,000 polish officers early in World War ii and reported Communist alrocifles against U. .N. troops in Korea. Flood called the mass murders m the Katyn Forest near Smo- lensk, Russia, some time after 1940 it blueprint" for Communist plans lo liquidate their enemies on a wholesale scale. The House committee recom mended that the next Congress undertake such an investigation, stating in Its report: "Communist tactics being used in Korea are identical to those followed at Katyn." There was no indication, however, that the committee had evidence of new or recent mistreatment .of 0. N. troops or of Incidents not reported a year or more ago in (he Korea conllict. The U N. Command then put Ihe number of atrocities In Korea at about 8,000, Th committee's report, corfiin" after more than a year's inquiry Into the Katyn Forest murders laid the guilt on Soviet Russia and recommended that the USSR be arraigned before the World Court by the O. N. General Assembly. It also asked the President to lay its findings before the U N and for the United States delega- :ton to seek establishment of a U. N. international commission (o investigate "other mass murders and crimes against humanity." The committee didn't go into'pro- cedural details, and (here appeared to he no way in'which Ihe'Katyn massacre could be brought before the World Court. Russia has never accepted the jurisdiction of the court in a case -oncoming her Without such acceptance, she could not be brought in as a defendant. The Soviet Embassy had no comment on She report, other lhan to point to a Soviet nole of last Feb- ru.iry declining an invitation for Russian witnesses to appear before the committee. The nole asserted that, ii Russian commission (AM.) cauxmt had attributed the massacre to Hitlerite criminals" and said the congressional Investigation was designed to slander the USSR. Both Russia and Nazi permany accused the other of rcspolisibility for the mass killings of the 15,000 Polish officers and intellectuals in the forests nenr Smolensk. Sam Goldwyn Gets Gold Key BEVERLY HILLS, Calif, (fr, _ veteran movie producer Sam Goldwyn was presented a gold key to the. city and a gold medal of" appreciation at (he climax yesterday of the observance of the 40th an". nivErsary of his venture into films Old friends, civic leaders ami film notables joined in the observance in the City Council chambers. 3as Turned On In St. Joseph ST. JOSEPH. Mo. W)_A natural gas emergency which has disrupted normal life in much of St. Joseph since Saturday appeared near an end today. A break in the main supply line ten more than [5.000 homes and business establishments In this city I of 80,000 population without gas for heating and cooking purposes. ,™ ' ast n ' 8ht approximately 12,000 meters were reported back on and thousands of residents had normal gas service again. Gas company officials said they hoped service. ;could be restored to all by (onight. $3,500 Taken From Airline NEW YORK <m - Two iunmen invaned an American Airlines of. fice af Laoiiardia Field In daylight yesterday, held up five employee and made off with $3,500. Police said thai although the two seemed acquainted with the field they overlooker! almost $10,000. Casualties Identified WASHINGTON. I/T,— The Defense Department today Identified 53 casualties of the Korean War A new list (No. 717) included 10 killed. 43 wounded, 3 injured Accidentally and 3 missing.. USD A Reports Over $2 Billion In Price Loans WASHINGTON <F> - The A*ri- culture Department ,.„ II £. £± f ' O 0 ' 000 '? 00 *°rth of prl" suppprt lo, n » to farmers in t+i« past seven years and expect* ( o jMe only about $100.000. a Unj. j rlc tlon o( one per cent. The department said II ha» turned up 553 etsti al shor[ In which farmers are accused of using or selling mortgaged com- modiilrs without repaying their J?^"» mcnt Ioam ' Tn " e totalled Sl.072.000 the department said, bul It added: "On the basis of coUeclioiu »]. ready made, and the certainty ol material .further collections, the actual ultimate | ws ... I, e*ped- eri tp be nol more than $100000 or less." c " 1 ; ier loss", estimated around a million dollars, are expected on government erai,« S ( ored ]n com . mere™) warehouses and appropriated to private use. Some warehouse, operators have been convicted ol fraud Actor Don Do Hey To Take Wife HOLLYWOOD UH _ D , n Dflll , y o* tint JUm» h« announced plans . n Kennim WySn ne»t month allor 5h« obtains a Mejflcan £>[- Dalley said he and Mrs. Wynn , B °' n * to & elher for Jour ».,, er or our months and that they mot through Pnc Killed, 26 Hurt in Blast PTSCATAWAY TOWNSHIP N J i I-OM .workman wss killed and j 26 others hurt, many of them! critically, m a violent, explosion! and fire that wrecked a bulldine- : at the Bakelite Company plant .'• vesterday. I Flames rampaeed out of control or more than an hour after the >lasl—called a "dust explosion" by he company—trapping many em- ' Plo.ves In the upper floors of the four-story structure. Firemen brought Ihe trapped workers to safety with aerial lad-1 ders. Rescue workers picked through debris In the srutted build-. ing and, afler seven hours, found' the body of Herman Ellis, 44 of ' New Brunswick, f Investments High WASHINGTON W>, — Priv.ite Investments by U. s. firms In foreign countries have lumped In the past' nine years from a little over seven ' billion dollars to about 13 X ; billions, the Commerce Department said yesterday. Invest In horses. , • yn», the former Betty Jana Duller, has been separated 'rom hci-husbandfor two years Materials used In automobile aro supplied by every state ,„ "he Union and 60 foreign countries Once again it's Christmas . . . and ever gratef,,) for youf confidence and friendship, I extend to you my sinceresl and. warmest wishes for your Holiday . . , may it be a Happy one! cut MAYOR he Golden Rule i in ten of the Worlds Great Religions — To each of you . . , and friendship have played an important part in the success of our firm - • We say to you .- Thanks • for your good-will, may you enjoy the merriest Christmas ever. ONE STOP SHOE SERVICE . CI.KAXIXO nVKINO W. Main p ho n r 3M ". . . All things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you,' do yt even so to them. . ." Confucianism: "Do not unto others what you would not they should do unto you." ' Buddhism: "In five ways should a clansman minister to his Mends and familiars — by generosity, courtesy and henevolcnce, by treating them as he treats himself, and by being as good as his word." Hinduism: "Do not to others, which -if done to thee, would cause thee pain." . • • Mohammedanism: "No one of you is a believer until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself." Sikhism: "As thou deemest thyself so deem others. Then shall thou become a partner in heaven." Hebraism: "What is hurlfi!) to your-self, do not to your fellow man." Jairm "In happiness ana suffering, in joy and grief, we should • regard all creatures as we regard our own self." Zoroastrianism: "That nature only is good •when it shall not do unto another whatever is not good for its own self." Toolimi "Regard your neighbor's gain as your own gain and regard your neighbor's loss as your own loss." Peace and Goodwill on forth, Peace within the Nations and Peace Amongst the Nations with Cod Reigning Supreme. May we Express our Appreciation and Holiday Greetings, FLOYD A. WHITE & SONS merry Christmas! It's not easy to express 'in cold type (.he warm appreciation wt have for l),o loyalty ant) good will of our many friends. Our sincere thanks for your friendship is second only to the pleasure wc'va hart in serving you. To one and all wo wish a Joyous Christmas and a hounrifiil i\cw Year. WEIS BUTANE GAS CO. «-Meh has adequately and economically provided convenience and comfort to thousands of urban nnd rural homes in Eastern Arkansas since 1035. Francii C. Wei s , Vice Prcs. R. C. Wcis, Prcs. Richard K. WeJs, Sccfjr. JOHN W. OSBORNE, Mgr. Blythevillc, Ark. . ,

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