The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1947 · Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1047 BLYTHKVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE ELJEVEK U.S.GetsApology From Yugoslavia Officials Acknowledge Breach of Diplomatic Immunity of Envoys , WASHINGTON, May 14. <UP> — YiiBc^ik-t has apologt/.ed lo the Unttcrt'^Ules for a "disagreeable incident," in which local Yugoslav officials breached Ihc diplomatic llilliHinHy of U. S. diplomats, a state department spokesman said yesterday. '. Tlie spokesman snltl Hie .Incident occurred on May 2 at Pec, Yugoslavia, when local officials forced American Charge D'Affatrcs John M. Cabot and other members of his parly to surrender cameras. Although local Yugoslav officials refused to telephone foreign office aulhoritics in Belgrade, tlie cameras and diplomatic cauls of Cabot's party were returned an hour later "without explanation or apology" after Calxrt telegraphed the American Embassy. . Later, |n response to an oral and written protest to the foreign office charging a breach of Cabot's diplomatic Immunity, Ihe Yugoslav Foreign Office apologized, regretting tile incident and promising that it would not be repeated. The Stole Department has instructed Cabot to express his appreciation of the expression of Yugoslav regret and to add thai the IJnilcd states hopes that "proper dLsplinnry action" will be taken ! against Ihe individuals responsible. Hoppy Threw Knife at Baby Commission on Korea to Meet .WASHINGTON, May 14. (UP) — Secretary of State George C. M-.U- sliall and Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov have agreed to convene the American-Soviet Korean Commission in Seoul May 20, 11 was learned yesterday. Marshall Informed Molotov In a note Monday that he was instructing Lt. Gen. John R. Hodge, U. S. Military Commander in Southern Korea, to make "Immediate" preparations for convening the joint commission, Informed sources saic Terms for Ihe c°|nmlssion's Mj >' 20 meeting l s outlined by Molotov last week were accepted by Mni- shall. He . noted ' that, the lerm: j were in line with proposals advanced last December by the Soviets I and amended by Hodge. I Hodge proposed -that Korean parties who had opposed Ihe 1915 Moscow declaration providing lor [ trusteeship not continue their op• position before commission hearings when It reconvened. ton ncxl Pall. Simmons said, but so far neither Sweat nor any other Negro has applied for admission Charles Coulter, %i, Montebello, Cidilorniti was Ixwked b sheriff's deputy on u charge of suspicion of uvuiiill wlili ti (lenrtl weapon when ' Ills wife, Evelyn, charged that ne went beserk im threw a knife ill their baby.—INEA Telephotol. )SS Oklahoma, Pearl 4arbor Victim, on Last 'raise —to Junkyard HONOLULU, May 14. (UP)—The mIk of the battlt'.ship Oklahoma, victim of 1'enrl Harbor, was being owed across Ilio 1'nclflc Uxluy on er iiunl, three-week voyage to a iilKonilii scrap pile. Two UuvUoivls pulled (lie 29-y«nr- ld dreadnaughl from Pearl Harbor luring the weekend.' The Oklahoma vlll uc dismantled by (lie Moore )iydock CO., Oakland, Cullf., which bought her «l auction for $46,127. In the first ID minutes of th<> 'earl ihubur attack, Hie Oklahoma eii|>slw<| and sank. The vessel was cfloalcil later but sul out the war n dryilock, SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIfD IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING i..Foundation Stock—Direct From Breeder Accent test proved yields 3 to 5 more bushels per acre anil stands up belter than Halsoy. BlytheviHe Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 85G-857 IN \VAKMN<i OKDKK Till-: <'IIAN( KKV COURT CllirkASAWKA DIS'l'KIOr, MIS- S1SSIIT1 COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Mavis AslihiK, PUInlln, vs. No. 10,015 Jnlm <!. AKlilns, I)<<(rmUnt. The delendiint John G. Ashlns Is hereby warned lo uplMnir wllliln thlty days In the court named lh tile caption hcrot and answer the complaint oi the pluliilifl Mavis Ashlns. Dated Ihls i:ilh day o[ May, 1041 HA1WJV MOHRIB, Clerk. Vli'Bll Greene, MUirnry lor PlahiUit, !•'. C. IJuiuslHS, Attorney ml lltetn. President Truman, celebrating his 63rd birlhda", smi'.es over the birthday cake presented him by . Witness Says House i Menaber Knew oi Bank \ Shortages Back in 1938 WAHINGTON, May 14. (UP) — j A witness testified today that the late speaker William Bankhcad, D., I Ala., knew ot a S25.BOD ihelt Irom I the House Bank in 1938 but advised then sergeant-at-arnis Kenneth Romncy to keep quiet about it. I Romncy is being tried in Federal District Court on u charge that he I covered up r. S143,8C3 shortage in 1 House Bnnk funds with checks he I knew to lie worthless. BankhCiUl's name was brought I into the trial by Albert Fangineycr, I former House Bank cashier, who I previously testified that Frank JI Mahoncy, at; assistant cashier, ad- I milled a $25.809 theft. On Okinawa, the village of j Icluunn. was tlie first place in all I the Orient where women were giv- i equal rights with men. "The One Mori Cluli," the dent's nickname for the House News Plio'.jg.-iinMc.-s elation. .(NEA relepho'.o.'i r-i tsi- Whihr' • We Guarantee RECAPPING j ^ . with j Hawkinson Treads ) |j Let Your Next Tires Be i GENERALS j \ Cost More — Worth More • I MODINGER TIRE CO. i tie E. Main Phone 2201 • HOME SERVICE | & STORAGE CO. ! is pleased, to annuutu'c that ; Mr. Richard Holt 1 has joined our staff as | carpenter and maintenance xji Cull us to do that I job yon can't do or don't ' ivant lo do. Tclumor.e 2801 Taft Promises To Speed Work \On Merger Bill WASHINGTON, May 14. (UP) — Chairman Robert, A. Taft of tlie Senate Republican Policy Commie- Lee yesterday promised to put legislation for unification of the armed forces on the Senate's "must" list. Tliis was disclosed by Chairman Chan Gurney, R., S. D., whose Senate Armed Services Committee voted to complete hearings on the unification proposal and get down to work on a bill next Tuesday. The committee has been holding hearings on a measure embodying President Truman's proposal for unification of Army, Navy and Air Forces under a Secretary of National Defense. Meanwhile Gen. Carl cpaiilz. Army Air Forces Chief, lold the House Executive Expenditures Committee that the pending unification bill is "n positive step toward prevention of "war.' 1 . He said that the bill, which •would put the Air Forced on pur with the Army and Navy, "provides an oi"anization which will insure nationa Isccurity with increased efficiency and greater economy.' Law Keeping Negroes From College Attacked AUSTIN, Tex., May 14. (UP) — A Necro postman yesterday attacked as unconstitutional the slate law which prevents his studying at the University of Texas Law School. Attorneys for Hcman Marion Swcatl argued that "sei;rceaUon as such is an integral part of unlawful discrimination condemned liy mandate of the constitution of the United States." Reversing the customary procedure, the defense presented its testimony first Monday as a hearing on Swcatfs petition for a writ of mandamus against Ihe state got under way in district court, i D. A .Simmons, Houston, a past president of the American Bar Association, said the stale legislature had set up an interim law school lor Negroes at Austin. The inlcrim school was lo be used un- lil the Texas Slale University for Negroes is ready to open at Hous- LETS WORK TOGETHER When you go about that spring house-cleaning— the best idea is lo tuckle it one room at a time. So let's start out with the living room. While you're cleaning the floors and the paint— let us handle the slip covers, the rugs and the drupes. You'll find that we'll be finished just about the same, time you arc—and then EVERYTHING in the room will sparkle with spring freshness! And that's the way to work yr.ur way through the whole house—letting us work with you on bedspreads, blankets, lampshades, rugs, drapes and^irtains. You'll make your home a brighter jilacc in which to live—and be pleased with the dependable workmanship and real economy we make available by working with you. Certified Cold Fur Storage BlytheviHe Steam Laundry Your Inspection Invited Phones .118—119 Quality refreshment ATTENTION FARMERS You Can Now Get 100% Coverage On Your Crops Against Hail Storms! Thin may be u year of heavy hiiil storms. We represent the largest and oldest Hail Storm Insurance Company and with tlie highest rating. Special representative will be in Hlythcville and vicinity for a limited lime to take applications. 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Ethyl 19.9e i*. ; Cigarettes . per carton $1.55 b tOITLED UNDER AUIHORIIT OF THE fi • ,. •-•... .,-.;. , ... . • U &:rf!M[}txxxxxxxy>&$$x$»Xt%^^^ • fiV>v. i .'-..V"',v-' -.-• ••••• '-• ?• ''• ••'•••••• '•'•' •••'-•• J>- " • , ;T'. COCA-COU BOTTLING CU. of BL v ilHEVILLE & Be An ice-Wise Wife During Hot Days Ahead! l,ct natural ice provide an airy moist, wholesome .setting for your fruits, meals and vegetables Hi is summer. We offer prompt, <lri|)-less delivery by careful, courteous delivcrymeii! "For Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Cold Storage for Furs and Woolens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Have You Tried Iced Coffee! If you have your favorite brand of coffee during winter months . . . you can enjoy it still, during hot days ahead! Brew :•. pot of coffee in the same old way, chill—add ice and sugar to Uislo—then top with delicious whipped cream! You'll agree and your J;itiiily will too—rlt's wonderful! DIAL 2841 ARKANSAS ICE and STOPxAGE CO. KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 he Old Rel G. O. 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