The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1946 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JUNK 13, M, Modified Curbs On Franco Urged Five-Nation Group With UN to O.fer f Flexible Proposal t NRW YO«K, June I a. (i;.t>.)_ A five-nation subcommittee of the United Nations SecuV.ttyl CJn:i;i' today agreed, OH American initiative, lo modify its proposals lor action asjalnsl, Spain to dodge a formal recommendation for a world diplomatic blockade lo Ihe Franco regime. Herbert V. Evait. Australian 1-orciBii Minister and subcommittee chairman, said the compromise, plnii—alM) i>fjreed to by Polaiul. Cluiia. Brazil, and France nnd presumably acceptable to groat, liritHin— would leave Ihe way open for lilt; Sl-UHliitn UN General Assembly lo lake whatever action a niiuht deem necessary, including establishment of a diplomatic C|iinranlinc. KvaU said the compromise was sponsored by I lie United Stales, j Hut members of Ihe Security Council would not be committee! wlira I be As.'cmljly meets in September lo vote lo" break off relations with 0|>ain if Franco is still in power, us on:-;inatly proposed b.v Ihe subcommittee after a inonlli- Jonf! study or the Spanish ques-1 lion. I The subcommittee's acceptance of' the Unileil Slates compromise ap. pcared to pnvo the way for adoption of its other proppsals, which would in effect formally denounce Franco as a potential aggressor and pledge Council support to any Irep !;nvernm=nt which might succeed in coiiiin;; to power in Spain. Russia, however, was expected to fi;jhl vigorously against the compromise ami lo demand immediate Council initiative in calling on UN member stales to break with Spain. |b Eva It, dccfendcd the HKjiodilicHticm us n move I the recommendation l o | ivinUy "more flexible," allowin n il to take sm-U ac;tion as il dccm- ;il "appro]>riate nnd cfteclive." As modilicd by Evnlfs proposal, the subrommitlco'.s report would recommend lo the Assembly lhal it call for :i diplomatic break with .Spnin if i! considers such aclion desirable when it meets in September, but would not bind Ihe Assembly to this step. The Assembly would consider other measures if il. wanted. U. K, Delegate Herschel v. Johnson lold the Council lie was in full accord with the modification, Iml served notice lhal ' (he U. S. i-'overnmenl in voting for ils adoption \vould not thereby commit itself to any specific course of action when the ciuc.stion goes before tlie Assomblv. BLYTIIEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS proposed to make tile As- Liberty GcrrtTen Produces Large Onion Hon-ors for onion growing pco to Mr. ami Mrs. B. L. Holmes of New Librr'.y coinmiinitv who. to dale. have irro'.vn the largest onujiis iivouyht to the Courier tt<.':i office. (A 'ill,, Bcronuia onion measured -V 1-2 inches In c.iicuiuScrenctj and weighed lu ounces. They grew tbe onion in the family jiMd"" with nil of the.ir vci;at'ablcs this j'car tilmosi. as rmc ai Uie prize onion, they said. : ' • . Read Courier News Want Ada. Once a leading French cinema <- iir. hailed us n "second Garbo," Corinnc l.uchaire is pictured Lbovc alter a Paris court sentenced her lo 10 years of "national indignity" for her part in eiUcrtainina Nazis during the German occupation. Her father was recently executed as a collaborationist. Too Late To Classify For Sale |i!:in{ for iin RIM! Khi;-5i Hoil- or Mill \\ : ;i(cr S> slctu, ciim- plelc \\iih Carrier Sinker, I'ire Timer .'mil Iwo llict'm- orlals. I'riccil (o sell (|iiick. Now in use. I'honc ^811 or ::iS2. (M3-ck-lf For Rent tmpty Mugs and Hungry Mouths fc^'^-aSS Holding empty mugs, three youngsters at Gdansk, Poland, v,-[sl- fnlly watch a townswoman milk a cow, just taken off the UN RU A. livestock ship in background. Each will receive a mn»ful from the lirst pail. UNKRA cows are frequently milked as soon as Ihu ships clock. Professor Flys To India After 40 Years In U. S. YKLI.CW SPRINGS. O HJl')—A prolewor at Antioch College here htis I'etir/.'il (o tils imtlve Inddi afler an absence of four decades to Invesllgiile the possibilities of unifying Hindus and Moslems hi a nee India. Or. Kniianiiitlin Nath Chatterjee. himself a member ,,f llrahmln. loii- caste Hindu, «m spi'iul most of the lime visiliiij' ihe villaue.s of liKllmi ' provinces in order lo find put the ' actual tenor of Indian IhonBh'. conecrnliu; ihe iiuesllons of Tnde- pcnrtcnce. "I want lo ree for myself what the Indian, both Hindu and Moslem, is thinking." Dr. Challerjoc said belore h c . lefl by plune tor Karachi, India. "1 want lo sec tthi-liirr they think thry arc ready for frccilom antl how they propose lo meet the iircal problems which must be obvious lo all." Ur. CUatterjee, who U'll India ill the m;c of 20 lo study in Cirora Britain and could not return to his native l.uul because of Ills convictions on Indian Independence, was yranted permission by the British to visit India. Ho had kept In touch by letter with such Indian leaders as Labor Department Enters Delinquency Investigation UTTLH HOCK, June 13. (Ul'l — l'r Stale Department of Labor lixtay entered a I'lilnski county Juvenile delinquency Im-csiiuailoii fullowlnj! llu> wounding of a i;i-ye:u "1<I lili'J in 11 hold-up liere Atoiidav inhl. Christine Wilson Is niulrr treatment for a serious bullet wound r"- cetvecl when lier .soliller-ci>;»paiii(i:i t'ippled with n Ni'Ki-o man, 'I'lie DelHiilment of I alxir ciileicd the rase when the soldier told |i"- llce Ills foiiipiinlon was empliive.l in I.ttlle Roek etife. Stiitc law prohibits Ihe employment of children under I-I year.-; in Buy job ami Ihe employment i>f children under 10 years in places where Inloxlcatlne, ilcniors are sold. PAGE FIVB Stassen's Stock Tumbles After Nebraska Primary WASHINGTON. June 13. (Ul 1 ).- llarol I I'!, fciliissrru'.i close friend 1 ; In Wa li nijton are slnultu: the blues lod y I till they are hciplni; lhal ibe n u • ijovcrnor'.s pollllcul Mloch will i 11 • lexl monlh afler Hie Miniie^i 1> I rlmary. Ciandhl, Nehru nnd Mis. Hmollnl Nuidii. (onner presidi'iit of (be All Indlu congress, and expeel.s lo eonfer with these leaders diirliiK Ills (rip. Dr. Cbntterjee will relurn lo Autei'icn In September lo resmm 1 his duties n| Antloch, whwe lie loaches courses in "India. Chin,i mid .)apui>" niul "Kurly man anil His Civilization." lie expeel.s ( l( IIM the Information natlierc'd on hi trip for biiekBromul In his courses Hurt for ix>sslble publication. Hlassen's chmu'es for tbe 19111 'ri'slileiillul noiiilniill.!!! a e likely to fade Mln- ... iirJiniiry goes ngulnst lUin on July 8. .nskii'3 primary lids week was n serious blow lo the younK man ' ' lins set out, on ti oiic-mnn cam. Ji to force the OOP into u more mtenmUonal-mlnded [».sitlon. Oov. UwlKlil 11. Orlswold, three limes elerlcd to Hint ofice by Kcbrsipkn Hers, was Btassen's choice for the epubllcim senatorial nominal Ion. Chlswold's opiKincnt WHS set. Huijli Htiller, a Kvpubifcan Conserviitlve mid comparative Isolationist. won by a margin of two-to-one. Stassen campuluned the state In a prc-prltimry effort to unseat Butler. Comedian LOS ANflELES, June 13.. (UiP.) —diaries Bulterworth, droll corri- cdlnn of stiiue nnd screen was killed early today when his car run Into a building. He died en route to General Hospital. Dr. Uoyd 1'. Talntur wild he died of ft skull fracture. 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