The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1946 · Page 8
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EIGHT Far From Settled UN Council to Keep COM on Agenda for Future Consideration. NEW YORK. May 22. (UP) — Iranian Ambassador Hussein A!a told' the United Nations Security .Council today that (lie latest offl- ^*»1 report from his government does not show conclusively Hint all Sy- yiet troops have evacuated Iran. • Ala's statement was made shortly »fter he was called to the council Uble to attempt to clarify the Irnn- l»n situation which is confused bv * series of conflicting statements by Ala and the Iranian government in Tehran. Because of this confusion and suspicion that all Russian troops 1m vo not left all of Iran. U. S. Delegate Edward R. Sleltinius. Jr.. opened today's meeting by suggesting th.it the council keep Irnn on its agenda. These developments came rapidly n *U« I l_ _ f . . * * BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Extra Party Primaries Cause New 'Ins Against 'Outs' Battle lined u|> on either side of Lee Whittaker's plan to solve the confused federal election In Arkansas. These are the lute developments: 1. Rep. Oren Harris of the 7th District from El Dorndo, refused Uic request of his opponent, Paul Geren, also of 101 Dorado, lo Join the plan, declaring that he would nof enter "such a completely Illegal' agreement." 2, Col. Parker Parker of Dardi- nelle. candidate from the 5th District, charged that "the Incumbents don't want an expression of Die voters or they would nfirce to this plan." Parker had not heard from his opponent, Rep. nrooks Hays of Little Rock, nor from Mnj. Homer Berry of Mayflower whom he nsk«xl yi'Mcrday lo Join In [he plnu. However. Hays earlier iiniiniinced (lint he doubted the valicTity of the pro- umt 4- The Arkansas Federation ol labor, meeting In Foil Smith voted yesterday 10 endorse the plan. 5. Gov. lien Untcy tuul Ally Gen. Guy Williams wont on record | as believing the plan Illegal, I T»c proposal, submitted to cnn- .clldates and to the Slate Central Committee by Whltlaker, called for federal, nnd stale elections to be Held o;i the same dale with (he winner being ccrtllled as the Democratic candidate by the slnle convention In September. The plan was devised to circumvent Act 107 of the 1945 legislature to bar nc- 81-ocs from the polls In slate district and county elections. on the heels of an official state. P° s «l- rnenl by Iranian Premier Ahmed 3 - Arthur Adams of Joncsboro Ghavam Es-Sultsneh that there was d'airman of (he Democrutlc State no trace of Soviet troops or equip-1 Committee, and Harvey G. Combs' ment in Azerbaijan-—the northern I 0( kittle Hock, secretary, qualified Iranian province where the great- I 'holr endorsements of the plan fn est concentration of Russian troopj I viDW of Harris' opiiosltlon Adams had been. said yesterday that he endorsed Die British Back Steltinius • After the United stales and Bri. tain Indicated they did not believe the Iranian government reported (lie facts, Ala told the council: ' "I believe it was lone after '.he flxth of May when Soviet troops were withdrawn from Azerbaijan V.' fhey have been withdrawn." . The U. S. request for keeping Iran on the agenda was somewhat f surprise because the Americans had favored Betting rid of (lie ease {(Iran would say Russia had left the country. Stettlnius Immediately was sun. plan as a "generally accepted, written agreement among all candidate; Involved." This morning both'Ad- the Iranian report as "provisional and not definite or conclusive." H.- raid ho cmilri not believe the Iran- inn government had enjoyed complete freedom of movement' in Abor- baljan and that Great HriUiin look- ! ed at Ihe situation "with some degree of suspicion." I He said the United States had j been considering the council to mal-c i Its own investigation of the sltim- tion in Iran but will not do so now Arkansas Gets $1 7,000,000 to Fight Floods m'r, ITTU ' n ° CK - Ark - May 22. 1 —More than $11.000.01)0 will hn spent on flood control work in Arkansas during the ll.scal yrar of ID-n according lo Col. G. O. Galloway' United States districl engineer. Galloway said yesterday tlmt the I.ittl,. Rock district office lias received $11,383.300 in construction a lint . nieiils, The largest item is S4 BOO- 000 for construction of null Shoal; reservoir, bids for which nre scheduled to be opened June 22. Appropriations on contracts :il- reiuly let include $1.900.000 for clear- water Reservoir located on While river in Missouri, and $1,132,000 for Blue Mountain reservoir on the Pei II, Jeiin river. A total of Polish Troops To Be Released Bevin Tefls Commons Of British Plan to Build Confidence. LONDON, Mny 22. <UP)-Forel«n Secretary Ernest Bcvln told Commons today that 100,000 Polish troops In Italy and 60,000 in Britain would b e discharged and enrolled in n special resettlement corps here to ••facilitate transition from milllnry u, civilian life." The Poles \vlio elected to return to Poland nro being rcpatrfated as member* of the armed forces under arrangements worked out by the rirltisJi government, Bevin reported. The government will wing (hr wives of the Poles from Italy "and ultimately alms to reunite the men with their dependents from America, the middle east and elsewhere. lievii) pledged the government to the continued maintenance of every available facility for those who deride lo return to Poland. The resettlement corps will bo used in reconstruction work and given training 1 0 fit it for civilian jobs, Bevin .said, pending arrangements to return the soldiers to civilian life In this or some other country. He said the residue of Polish forces after excluding those who will return to Poland was "roughly 100.000 overseas nnd 60,000 here " Replying to a question by Winston Churchill, lender of the opposition, nevin said the government was convinced it would be a bud policy to use the Polish troops for occupation duty | n Germany. "We have given the utmost and long consideration to this problem," nevin siild. •'! must tell the right honorable gentleman thai In my view '.willing could do more to "are~g feen er. . . it's Spring anj time for , faracd DRI2ZLER : JACKET tailored of nin-rcClient, ' , jKonnt.crciteci A raciitei Fabric for ' :| fun protection from sudden Spring .*pw«». " - a " $10.00 WASHABLE SHIRT v. * ™d.-for r l« H nt.ljlej n( fs \ & «nvc wm. Fully «j.hiblc \ ?r..r,o MCGREGOR LEISURE COAT smartly uilorcd at looCi wool for ipccnnx sporu and all-around comfort. $16.50 : -:- The Airways arc-gttting greener .-..,-. tennis courts \ are being rolled ind marked -^.they're cuttmg the g«» ,on"the outfield ;-.-. Brother! it's Spring7And time to "renew your wardrobe with McGregor Sportswear x ''"comparablytailored for active sports as only McGregor can tailor leisure clothes! MEAD'S vj u }21 MAIM STRICT Disgruntled Democrats Seeking Truce WASHINGTON, May 22 <UP)- isKriiutlcd House Democrats todiv attempt to resolve their nartv iiricultles with the Democratic Na Will p, tv E, Hnnnegan. •n,c get-together, scheduled In the ofTicc of Speaker Snm R.yburn D Tex, rejwewntji a major effect by both sides to close ranks In the In[crests of party harmony before fall 'loclions. Some Democratic con- jressmen predicted that unless n Mimiion ground could be found their party might lose control of the House this year. IinnncBiiu will be accompanied to he meeting by Richard R. Mncy xccutlve vice-chairman of the Dem- jcmtic Committee. Both will be :onfronted by House members who eel their political prospects have we/i Jeopardized by the committee. A major issue, which one House ncmbcr said wJ)l be "thraslied out thoroughly," is a paragraph in the £°??y c D1 * e8t for A P r " which said that congressmen who voted for the Case anti-strike bill vote^j Oljalnst America. Southern Democrats, in particular, are offended because no apol pgy was printed In the Digest's Mny WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 194C "I believe that somebody said the article was a mistake," R W) (•• Howard Smith, D., Va., told report-' ers. "But I would like to hear a h't more on the subject." farm Leaders to Attend Soil Conservation Meet A State Soil Conservation mcc'- im,' In Little Rock, tomorrow and Friday, will he attended by sever" agriculturists of Mississippi County To attend will IK Keith Bllbrev North Mississippi County agrlcuj.: tural aecnt: H. C. Knappcnbeiger. secretary of Mississippi County Farm Bureau; D. V. Maloch of Osccola, South Mississippi County agricultural agent, nnci Lloyd dodlcv of Osceola, rcprcsciUnLlvc o( a farm loan company. The meeting is being sponsored by the Greater Little Rock Chamber of Commerce. Utility to Construct Rural Electric Lines LITTLE ROCK. May 22. (Ul'l- Ihe Arkansas Power and Light Co. tortRy asked the State Public Service Commission here for permission to build 32.7 milea of mra) electrification lines i" Monroe County. he expansion, to serve 13:) customers at a cost of $31,065. is a part of the company's $4.000,000 •postwar rurnl program. TEN FINGERS ARE NOT ENOUGH tore!iovodryitcliys'.'alj),but you can gi;t rcul relief with Mtirolino Hair Tonic, llolpd roniovelooscJniHltulTHiikes. MOROLINE HAIR TONIC HOT'S BODY SHOP rebuiu - 412 K. Main St. Day I'hont' FOR GIRLS! PLAY SUITS, a one-piece sun-suit with a detachable skirt, in gay cotton print, 6ow- ' ered or striped ! _ MIDRIFF HALTER SET. Bare middles toi the sun, in this gay cotton midriff-halter A set, with gay liltlc shorts to match! ' GIRLS' DRESSES in cool summer cotton, some stripes, some prints, and al] uc-iuuy enough for play arid sport! ' GIRLS' SHORTS for play, pleated to hang • ~ : well, arid rturdy to wear \rtll, in waahable, gabardine, to launder well! • ' :v . GIRLS' SLACKS tailored, with , fly-side closing and one mannuh pocket, in pin-wale corduroy, bright color*. 7 lo 14! Flowers Bloom on ... SOFTIE BAR HATS 1.49 Flowers bloom right on yotu- head—in the shape of prcUy ballerina wreaths and on the sides of little hull straws! For simpler tastes, there are cute little cnlots with pert gros- grrvin ribbon bows! Kapok Filled CAMP CUSHIONS 1.59 These .sturdy, buoyant cnmi) cushions nre packed with flut- fy New Knpok. Fine for cnmp or summer collage, boat ov caaoe. stadium scats or porch choirs. Very desirable, yet light in weight. The 10 ounce vat dyed duck outside cover is B bright fast color. NEW DRESSES 9.9O Some women like their print dresses in vibrant color and bold design, like lliese rayon jerseys. Other women prefer them cool and shadowy, like our graceful rayon sheers. Gay or calm, these prints are charming! 9-44. 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