The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 30, 1946
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JTHTJKSDAY, MAY 30, 19-10 Soviets Succeed In Gagging Ala Iranian Ambassador Instructed to Maintain ' Silence Before UN. WASHINGTON. May 30. lUl') — Dliminllivc Iranian Ambassador Illusscin Ala, whose slalcmenls of- Itcn have conflicted with ol | his government, has been glided. Alii's clay of pleading Iran's ease |against Hie Soviet Union at the Nations Security Council Jhus ended, liis clays as ambassador | may be numbered. The Iranian Ambassador has been llhc main target of Soviet attack Ifor weeks, and il is known that llhe soviet government formally ask- Icd Iranian premier Ahmed CJhavain li's-Sultaneh lo remove Ala as am- 1 bassador. Ghavam Ins taken a slep I short of that Ijy ordering him to i [make no mor c statements to the (council. | For weeks I he re has been a lone [distance word bailie between Ala [here anil in New York and Prince IManaffar Firoun, Ihe government I:' I spokesman in Tehran. In private.' JcxperUs on Iran say: "Iran really has two mouths—a [right and a left mouth. Prince Fi- Irouz Is the left mouth and Ala • Ls Ihc right mcintli. Ghavam uses I them Rltcrnnlely in steering liis [difficult course between the big [powers." Even in the last action which [ended in the gagging of Alii, the I two men disagree. May 20 Statements Blamed From Tehran. Prince Firouz is noted as saying Hint Ala has 110911 •ordered to refrain from "inccrfer- |cnce" with Iranian affairs at UN. From Washington. Gholaii Ab- Ihus Aram, spokesman for Alu. si\id: |"It is tni(. that tha prime minister Ihas requested Ihc ambassador NOT Pto make any further statements lo l.tlie council." la's "end" started on May 20— lie date the council had asked Iran [to rcixM-l to the iH'St .of its ability labout llv evacuation of Russian 1 troops. Wlllioul word from liis gov- Icrnmcnt he told the council that still was 1 Interfering- in'Iran's [affairs and prevented the Tehran • government from determining \vhe- |ther all troops had left. ' The next day Firouz announced [that Ala's slatcniont \vas unauthor- llzcd and Ala sent another state- Iment to the council Quoting a lei- Icgram. fi-om Ghnvam to thc ef- Ifcet that a special commission had • reported Soviet troops evacuated I Azerbaijan cm May 6—"According |lo trust 1 *orlhy local people.." On Wednesday of last week, Ala • appeared before the council ami [announced that despite Gliavam's •cable he doubted that all Russian 11rcops • were out of Azerbaijan. As , result of hiSHlcstimony,-- the^cwin- Icll kept the Iranian case on UK |agenda. : k Pressure from Soviets American officials hero said to|day they were not surprised that had been ordered to keep •sure on .Iranian government to get Isurc on Irat'na government lo get |rid of him. ;. cnmicil probably will not fct until next \vcck. Its disposi- of thc Iiiinian case then will •uclpcnrt upon information—if any— |then in ils hands from Ghavam. Iconncil members made plain at •the last- meeting they would 'insist •upon a. categorical ' s'Uitenicnt that • Iran was satisfied Russian troops |liacl left, American officials arc ci I .hat there mav be as many as 2,f»00 {Russians still in Azerbaijan—but Azerbaijan armv imiforms. They l.idmit, however, that nothing can 152 done about, these Russians bc- l;ausc it lumld bc impossihlc to I prove tiicy ~v:cro Russians unless a Lpccial InvcstiBatins; cominitlca were 1 sent there. BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COUrtlEK NKWS PAGE THREE Anti-Communists In China Hopeful Leaders Anxious to Finish Drive to Exterminate Reds. In 1740, Flora MacDonald, a Scottish noblewoman, rescued Prince Charles Stuart from pursuing British and that, boys and fih'ls, is why this combination of ancient garb and modern transportation was seen on the streets of Red Springs, N. C., 200 years later. Thc young man is pedaling his way to Flora MacDonald College, In participate in a pageant celebrating tho anniversary o£ 1'lora's • ... lomuntic .adventure, with Boniiie. Prince. Charlie. ___^ Clew in Texorkana Killings SHANGHAI, May 30. <U1')—Suc- cess or failure of Gen. of tho Army George C. Marshall's mission to China deix'iulcd iwlny upon u I>CK>- slble KuomlntaiiK decision on campaign lo exterminate Communism. Well Informed Chinese and Amer lean sources believe the bllt«rl> anti-Communist KuomlntaiiK m«y seize .on recent Nationalist -victories Manchuria to promote R drive to stump out communism. Intelligence reports made it clcnr that Communist withdrawals fron Szeplngkai, Princess Ridge, Ctmug- chun and Kirln were not based on any Agreement reached with Nanking but were forced by the military superiority of the Nationalists. (Nanking reported today that 20,000 Communist troops hud counterattacked at Anshnn jind Tanckang- t-/.e south o( Mrnutcn, forcing the Nationalists to evacuate Anshan.) FiKhting in Manchuria admittedly is llKht in all tests of a. positional war but superior Nationalist staff work, training, and equipment is decisive. AS a result, Communist prestige Is 'at Us lowest level since 1933. American nn<i Chinese sources recognize that Ihc Communist potential In Manchuria was overestimated previously, it proved lo he loosely oi'Kaniy.crt peusunt lorce Inn- to Indoctrinate or train bc- or ( ! the Nallotinllsls struck. Waulrd (Vmmuiilsli KKlrrmliiatril Now there lire persistent reports luu reuctlonnry forces in thu Kuo- lnliiiiK are exerting pressure on Oeiicrnllsslmo Chliinn Kai-shek to all other considerations and complete the Job of cxlcrmlniilliiK Communists which was lulerninlvd by Ihc Jupunesc war. American observers believed there is a veal dimmer UuiL Miushull's efforts to achieve a negotiated jwace may b c hampered seriously by thesu developments. But there are a number of restraining faclors that, may tip Ihe balance for wiu'e. These include the Chinese desire to obtain n »r>00.000,000 lonn from tlie United States, and the recognition of Chinese comuitnmYrs In Manchuria that It would be unwise Truman Receives His 5th LLD it to extend their lines, (09 fur tula tlie ti o r I h e r n. iicovlncc s v«sl reaches. The Democrat Lensiio In Niinklnn urged the Kuomintang lo resuuio the peace talks Immedliitely. Tin: league drnuunccd Ihe Kuomlntang iiilenlloii lo retake Hurbln, Tsltshl- :iar and other Mauchurlan cities as :eiulh;g to jM'olong the civil war. The league urKVil the United Slnlcs to withdraw Us troops and cease aiding a "single side" by transporting troops and war supplies. University Opens Bids For Girls' Dormitory FAYSriTBVIU,E, Ark., !\7l»y 3U. (UP)—University of Arkansas of- lleinls today took under advisement three bids for construction of a projKwccl women's residence hull. Low bidder was Fraser Cousin>•lion Co. of Fort Smith with $935,2111. Second -WHS LhiehnvBcr Off to receive, his ftlh l.l.n, this time from William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri, ['resident Harry.:s. I Vi'iminn gives nn unlvouliU-rt wiwu to crowds In downtown Kaunas Oily.. With him is presidential mWe, • Harry Vaughn, center, and Waller I'opo Dinns, president of William Jewell College. (NBA Telephotp.) Madison County Drys Seek Liquor Safes Ban contain 1,000 names while only :ISO are required t» call for a local option election, Madison CotliUy Is entirely, wet at this lime. Ustcopaths of State which Ihc Communists did not have tlo'n Co. of Ijttlc Hock, $540,122. 'HONTSVJIil.E. , Ark., Mny :»). (U.p.V — County Judue lioberl Farmer loduy bi'can a study ol i ., -. . . . _ , pclltloiui for a locr.l option lliiuor mCCt in LltUC KOCK rleetlon In Madison County and | promised to rule on validity I T,V1T'1,K KOCK, Ark., Muy in the near future. The petitions (U.I 1 .)— Tin: Association of physicians »nd 8ur- ucons began Us 45lh annual two iliiy convcnlion here today. 'Dr. Martin C. nellkc and Dr. J. ti. Ciraht, professors Rt the Chicago Colic/,!; of OsteoluUhy are scheduled as the speakers. •:' '.' I'ouvll I:; known as the garden ;i'J spot of Wyoming, with beans 0«lt!0|iiilhlu'l"u chief crop. '' •„.»-. ;, ;• • ., •. ./<. Ralph, B. ,Bi<uman, aii^ex-Arniy JVl| Forc waiting ; ,.to bc:.CiU.estloh€d.:,in,, the :ii>s An 'ce gunner, tics his slices while igeles. California jail. He told Los Angeles police he "thinks" he may bc the "Phantom Killer" ol five Tcxarkann, Texas, residents. He was, bonked on suspicion ol i murder after Los Angeles Police:. :;ctlng on a tip. arrested him at a shooling gallery. (NEA Tetepholo.) Arkansas Furniture Men Elect El Doradoan LITTLE ROCK, May 30. (UP)-W. H. Hanna of El Dorado today heads th c Arkansas Retail Furntr Death Claims One ,Of Triplets Born in [Little Rock Hospital JLondon Plans IWorld Exhibit "o Surpass All' LONDON (UPi—Plans are under- Iway for. an international cxhibi- Ition in I/indc.n in lf>5! to stimulate I postwar export, trade and celebrate • the ccnlenarv of the fust intcrna- |tional exhibition. R. A. Marqunml. secretary of the I Overseas Trade Department,, told 1 the House of Commons recently 1 that the exhibition must be "a I dynamic success and surpass Hit: ] New York and Paris Exhibitions." Marquand said recommendations I of a government committee headed I by Lord Ramsrlcn had been ac- 1 ccpted by liis department. That I report urged an international ex- 1 hlbition "at the earliest practicable (date, preferably in 1051." Mnrn,viand planned to slavt KO™ I preparatory work, including the LI1TLE ROCK, May 30. (UP) — lure Dealers Association following Arkaiuas'. latest set of. tiiplels- LI. _i_-ii^.. .—„ v «, f ,, r H nv ; torn < in a Little Rock hospital last of Hot sprip e .s'^ t -* as 1)rokc » "1> "'« morning the death of Roger Milton Marshall. The two surviving babies. John Charles and Rita Carol, and their mother. Mrs. C. J. Marshall of North Little Hock, were reported by hospital attendants as "doing well." his election here yesterday. H. D. Bennett \vas named vice-president and Amis Gutliridgc of Llttlo Rock'was elected secretary. Members of tlie Board of Directors arc A. B. Lewis of Helena, Mrs. Jo T. Trice of Joncsboro, Roddy Jones of Pine Bluff. Harry Moore of LlUl e nock, Claurte S. Bennett ' of Fort Smith, Hay stood Mays ot Historians have divided the his- Russcllvillc and Joe Baker of En- lory of Wyoming into five periods: dorn. exploration and fur trading. ' —— tion ' , ,L- t - and htbihon. The government committee report called for efforts surpassing New York's 1939 World's Fair "in scale and technical achievement" and the Paris Exhibition of 1937 in "csthnlic excellence and personal ap]ieal " It said "no money or effort should toe sp.ircd lo guarantee that it will surpass any previous International event of the sismc .character." Thc committee also recommended an international convention to along the Oregon-California Overland trails, Indian campaigns, territorial clays, and statehood. choice of a site. Spacious Hyde | limit Ihe number of international Park ill thc center of London was exhibitions in the postwar era with suggested but Marquand said cicfi-1 the understanding that the United nitcly the government would not j States and Russia would partici- approvc thc park's use for the ex- ' pate in it. Recent scicnliTic devclop- ' merits mean quicker, suier Ocath to most household insects— flies, mosquitoes, roaches, bcilbugs, fleas. NCwor.onORizr.DFi-Y.TOXuit» pircronyl cyclohfJtcnonr. Saff lo use nnywhcrr. Most effective RRainal loaches. REX SURFUCE IKSECTICIDI — St DOT—Leaves n rdldue on luf fnc« wTiiclx i» sure dcnth to In- CM SALE AT ALL It's C3s;»r ro b3k« wilh THE MILLER'S BEST FLOUR! And you carl u;s tHe colored print sack in many ways around the houie. MAG!C MILLKR !, r in ffs you the best flour nhliiihahle under the present nnlionril wheat emergency. IT'S COFFEE IN ARKANSAS Good coffee like Admiration is so inexpensive, so deliciously satisfying in flavor, so wonderful — there's no wisdom in buying inferior blends. Whether you serve it with meals or as a between- timcs refreshment, Admiration gives a lift to spirit and zest to the occasion. ' This pure, unadulterated blend of the choicest, most carefully selected coffees is so blended there's never a variation from cup to cup. Buy a pound today, Note tlie rich, room-filling aroma. That means it's fresh! Then brew it full strength and compare it with any coffee anywhere. Admiration, you'll say, is the finest-flavored coffee you've ever tasterll LUXURIOUS FLAVOR INEVERY^CUPf

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