The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 18, 1946
Page 6
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BLYTHEVII,LE.(ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 18, 194G 1 , COURIER NEWS PICTURES PORTRAY WORLD NEWS AND VIEWS Union Men Arrested in Connecticut Hartford, Conn, fc iyhitney Tool fact police battle pickets in ;ui cllort to open a line through the strikers at Ihc prati lory. One automobile was able to go through the lines after police had arrested about 20 union lender.*. (NEA Telcjmoto.l In Epic Flight Challenges Court Children Beg for Food in China Whizzing over March Field, Calif., (he. P-KO Shooting S.lar planes, above, arc some of a squadron of 25 'taking part in the first mass transcontinental night of jet planes ever undertaken by U. S. Army Air Forces. Dr. Ichiro Kiyoso, above, chief , Japanese defense counsel tor the • alleged w ( 'ir criminals on (rial in Tokyo, challenged the jurisdiction of the Far East Intema- tionaj Military Tribunal, declaring that Japan surrendered "conditionally," and lhat the terms of the Potsdam Declaru- tion did not define "crimes ugainst humanity and crimes against peace" as punishable war crimes. HUtian Province, once known as the "Rice'Bowl or Central China,"' is now mostly wasteland mul its. 3jJ million people face starvation. Fields once covered w ith green growing rice are now sun-parched stretches of,l4nd. where farmers who once'tilled the land now search for bits of grass or roots to feed their hungry families. Hunan's cities arc filled with starving beggars, emaciatfd nnd scarred from malnutrition. - In Ch'lyaiig, thin, grimy hands are shown stretched out in a mute appeal lo NEA-ECNIE correspondent' Jiar- . .".*; 1°»' Church, who made this picture. (NEA Tclcpliolo.) Ku K'lux Klqn Holds Mass Meeting of tne Ku Kluv K l,n garbed In their «lute robes hold •, m ,s s meeting "on Stout Moum.ii. nta, Ga Under the illu.nmation of buinm, cros.<es they initiate nev, mombei, into the oiOe. (N^A Tclephoto.) Russian Fighter and U. S. Plane" It Fired On Cool Accounts for Half of Electricity Golfer Breaks Legs Making Practice Swing Moody Weaver, a golfing fan since 1929, looks slight [y peeved ns lie rests in Hie Wichita Palls, Tex., hos- jilal after a fres.k accident. Weaver, playing without aolf slices, was showing a friend now. he used a driver. Drawing back the club, he took a cut at an imaginary ball and suddenly collv.psed. When the. seqre - wns added up. Weaver had his left leg broken above the knee and fractured above the ankled and his right leg was fractured in two places above the knee. (NEA Photo.) ! Th.ey Head New Streamlined Army ^, New Army Chief TOTAL KILOWATT HOURS PRQDUCEO'W 1,945: Bituminous coal... Water fatter Oilier lusls What the coal strike means lo Industry using olectrtc power is pointed up in a recent report of the Edison Electric Institute, stating Dial soTl coal was used lo nujke about 50 par cent of all electricity produced in the U, S. -ast year.' Map shows areas dependent upon coal-prod need electricity and those wheve other fuels pre- don.inriK'. Kntire Rocky Mountain and Pacific Coast ureas are serviced either by oil or water power. UN Council Head To Rule Italy In a sweeping reorganization of the U. S. Army, effective June 12, the present nine service commands and the eastern and western defense commands' are abolished, with their functions taken over, by the heads of six Army areas throughout the country. Com-' muudei'S of these armies and their headquiiitors are, top, left lo righlcGcn. Courtney 11. Hodges, U. S. First Army, New York City;! | LI.-Gen. Win. H. Simpson, Second Army, Bullimore. Md.; LI.-Gen.| \ Oscar W. Griswold, Third Army (temporarily designated "Seventh ' Army"), Atlanta. Ga.; bottom, left to right: Gen. Jonathan M.\', Vaimvughl. fourth Aimy, San Anlonio, Te.\.; LI.-Gen. Wallon H.I Wilkei, Fifth Airny, Chic.iyo, 111, nnd Gen Joseph_W._SlilwcllJ Sixlh Army, San Francisco, Calif.,' -^ ~~.--> f Jeeps Rot Away at Army Depot Ajexandre Porodi. above, who replaces Ambassador Henri Bonnet as France's permanent delegate on the UN Security Council. ^vill be president of lhat borly •U the June session, under the monthly rotation system. Blasts Big Four !*8$?r Crown Prince H-jinberi, P r .ic' o£ Piedmont, will succeed to the throne of Italy foilowing th: abdication of his father, King Victor Emmanuel III, afler a reign of nearly -lli years. Gen. Jacob L. Devers. head of Hie .U. S. Army Ground Force's is the over-all commander of;the six domeslic army areas ' created under '"streamlining" ra- -. organization effective June 13. : Mgy Queen At the Army Ordnance Depot, Atlanta, Ga., there are so many :;edans. jeeps, motorcycles and trucks that olliciaV; don't count them individually any more, but by carload lots. Above are some of Ihe jeeps, exposed lo the elements for month's, tires rotting, Ijodies rnstimt. . . . - Miss Clara Porter Hfmslee of Tucker, n sophomore, reigned as queen of May Day festivities on the University of Arkansas Campu? in Fayettevillc. RED KYDEK They Don't Gel Along BY FRED HARMAN 'Former Uodcrsecretary of Stale Sumner Welles, above, charped Vhat tlw "secrecy" surroundini; the Big Four conference in Paris is promoting lalsc reports vallier than popular itfKfcrstanding, ami thus, was destroying Ihe chance _ of a resil "peopk* 1 peace." WASH TUBBS \\:<tch Ihc Stoi)! BY LESLIE TURNER SEE YOU LATER. 1 J3E KESCS.'.THATS PAL! 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