The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 22, 1947
Page 9
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THURSDAY, MAY 22, 19-17 BLYTHKV1LLE (AUK.)' COURIER UN Atomic Group Agrees on Detail Control Agency Should Be Part of Security Council, It Decides '1.AKE SUCCESS, N Y., May S2. (01')—Members of The United Nations Atomic Energy Commission ffcajetl In principal yesterday that lliW proposed world atomic control agency should be established "within the frame-work" of the Security Council on the understanding tlial there would be no veto of (lie agency's day-to-day oueialions. The teiHativc agreement was reached in a private meeting of atomic commission delegates. Soviet Representative Andrew Giomy- ko reassured the commission that Russia (lid not insist on giving tl\i Big Five power to veto day-to-day activities of the atomic agency. He gave no sign, however, of a change in the Soviet insistence Dint the big ixiwers should be able to veto punishment of atomic conir-/! offenders in the security 'council. The commission convened r.s a working committee to resume, after a one-month postponement, consideration of Russian proposals for changing the American atomic energy control plan as adopted by a majority of the commission's 12 members. Delegates agreed that one of Gromyko's amendments could be accepted after a subcommittee of French. Canadian an<i Russian candidates put it into shape. In effect it would have the atomic energy control agency established by a treaty "within the framework of tlie Security Council" instead of "within the United Nations." as « ;gested in the original Ameri- i wording. ^Kie reworded resolution actually lyflSisscs the veto issue, one of the major points of conflict- between Russia and the Western countries on the atomic negotiations, and occupies a secondary position in the documents on which the atomic delegates have been working for nearly a year. It was not certain tiow much of the agency's activities Russia would consider "day-to-day," and thus veto-lrec. Just a Japanese Sandwichman Taxpayers Foot Fancy Relief Bills One New York Family Gets $819 Monthly And Lives in Hotel Complicated Modern Life 1in s»i<i' "'* ""' cximm spcciiiii/u- "' Don nf knowledge and of employment which has urently reduced PAGE NINE I for Many Ills •>-> turn — <u vniK \*.,v jtorm™* ; u ,cduu i..Um into so-called •'Inxury" ens.-,: in New York city to- it was revealc<l that the is spo-.dmi- $136 weekly .- The imuU'rn Cor in- us >'III!,AI>K|,1>1IIA (UP) Brmvln m-wni>U>xlt1rs ,,f me :iri> lurnciy responsibl I'l-iMsliu: illumes und muliKlJusi- "l' 1 "! union,, people, cnicliiulhiK iiii'iihMi students of iiiu University «f IVimsylvrmla were told. Clieslor I. Henuird, research spc- rlnliM In human behavior, told Din SI 1 '" 1 ' 1 ""''" "Ml Illnesses»liu; fc 1 : i ;, ! ; l!i " J r"r ts ,» 10 so , clcly lu ' c , . V'"' r ' ls » lto , "? l«U»'ovc- "' '" lllu "'"'crlal comlllKms ..,,. to „._.'" „._. ^ maintiiin one family on relief, nl-.inui nil n>]|i-f for yrirY though the father is ciimlng $4'i, TJi,- cvii-llon was' atlc'iuiod bv per week. | clis,. ,,!,., i y . S |,,,,, t Ka . IU)i ,„ vv| j, dl Two oilier such eases disclosed tin- 5-yeur-oM mother upbraided ' recently led the State Social Wei- laic Department to begin on Hi- worker, flatly relused wllh relatives and s an i vesiii-alirai into hlgli-nrnnl relief i "'"'iilcd hold (UTOiumodallons. per' "I'm jtisl i;oini! lo sit IICIT un ' cast's. The .slate provides 80 per' "I'm just i;oini! to sit IICIT until rent of home relief funds to the >'"" I'i't mi 1 a place 1 ." she was re- city. -1 Period 1" have told relief worker.-; A family evicted from quarters, ~~~- - •-10 ilay; am applied for relief and: vas placed in a midtown hotel.] The licpirlnicnt of Welfare figured 'out a budirrl, foe them. It, mummied to £B!11 (11 monthly, \vilhj ll'e i-iisB of communication ainoui; IK'ople nnd has promoted blwkai;cs und ilmlriitlima." llli; .Men Is (he bell on which the Meat AVestnilnsler clonk In mlon strikes, not the clock 1-self. DK. MH/iON B. WKHB Optometrist HOME'SERVICE & STORAGE CO. is pleased to jinnoiitu'c dial Mr. Richard Holt has" joined our stuff us cai'lK'iiter and niiiiiitunaiico man. Call us lo do that job you c'an'l do or don't ivant to do. Toloplior.o 2801 Japanese counterpart o£ the American samKvichman looks more i like a one-man bandstand. This "Cliindonya-Iliromcya" attracts ' much attention in Tokyo with his painted face, fancy costume, nnd clamor of drums, bell, triangle, horn, and samfscn. The name means "ojie who plays many instruments and spreads news." Most Jap sanclwichmen are frustrated actors. Tennessee Officers Seek State's Aerial Bootlegger MORRISTOWN, Tenn.. May 22. <Ul>>— Morristown had its first reported case of aerial bnotleggin. today. Sgt. Mitchell Moody and Corp. Carl Gilbert, of the State Highway 1 Patrol, said they saw a plane land and taxi up to a car. They investigated. The plane took off in a hurry, and the car driver fled. ' 'Moody and Mitchell said they seized six cases of liquor, which^i*>d come from Nashville. *uviiti!fc*'eiiir arid arrested the driver,' il^ilflljff'ifitt Bernard, when he reti]rnejt$lfirl naril was .released on 45CO''6oin"<i. ; **> Armenian Mystic Denied Surplus Building by WAA PALM SPRINGS, Cal., May 2',!. (UP) — The War Assets Administration yesterday denied use of n surplus government building to a bearded, 20-year-old mystic who claims the Lord imbued him with healing powers. Appalled at the hordes of ailing persons attracted to his home, Millionaire Vintner Krikor Arakelian. host to Armenian faith healer Avak Hagopian, appealed to City Manager William E. All worth for aid. Allworth got in touch with the WAA, asking for the use or barracks at the Army's General Hospital, formerly the plush El Mirador Hotel. Although the property no longer tenanted, WAA informed George Wilson of thp public Builclinas Administration In Sah Francisco, that us^'by .the miles Iromj hopes ol .efj the taxpayers rtuiliilnttint: to make tip what, welfare workers snitl WHS the deficit in the father's cai'ititH'.s. Tlir WelSn re D^nrtincnt estimated this budget for ihe .fninl'.y nf 11 persons: Kood. .<3"520i rent. $15031; 'pei 1 - incidentals. $8.fiO; clothing. ffAU3: cmnloyment carfare, $'2.00: M-bool carfare, J2 17; cod liver oil, SI.20; school supntics. S25, a total of f, ! D(il a month. In the other two rases, the families also were living in hotel .suites and were given liberal allowances for food, clothing and launch y. The' family with the $S19 month Inidnet was evicted because feeling a cure of his epileptic soti,' the mother was fired from hi-'i Vaughn, 37. moved into Ihe hixur- , building sncpvinlcndent's Job for Ions Arakelian home Tuesday to failini; to keen the building clean, devote more time to his principal '''he fattier wns rcrtnrlcd to be n patient, | hard-working, steady dock worker. Immediately the house was stir- ' al Ui°'«Bh the family has been on rounded by 300 persons seeking an 'audience with the youth who began his faith healing three years ago in Tehran. The elder Arakelian relinquished his bedroom as a clinic for the heater. USED CARS & TRUCKS Complete Body & Paint Work Tires Tubes Batteries - - 18 Mo. Guarantee Complete Lubrication CITY GARAGE I'mill SI. I.t'Hi'hvilte, A Main Birth*vllie. Ark. SPECIAL! 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