The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1947 · Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, HI AY 22, 19'I7 Germ War Action Hinges on Russia UN Work on Problem Will Delay Till Soviet O.K.'s U.S. Atom Plans By ROBERT MANNING (United Press Staff Correspondent) LAKE SUCCESS. N. Y., May 32. (UP)—American officials ruled out jrwterday any United Nations action •Sainst germ warfare until Russia accepts the United States plan for global control of atomic energy. The 'American position \vr.s made clear in apparent answer to So- virl delegate Andrei Gromyko's new doinand for a UN treaty prolnbit- iac atomic weapons and "othei weapons of mass destruction" without waiting for the inspection and control machinery desired by the United States. . The United States, official sources said, \vill continue to insist Dial a foolproof atomic control systen must e adopted efore the UN triec to tackle the" even more comple> problem of preventing bacteriological or chemical warfare. The differing American and Rus sian positions, stiffened by Clro myko's latest rejection of the Unit ed States proposals, confronted tin UN atomic energy commission as it met for the first time in exactly a month yesterday for another attempt to whittle clown the Soviet resistance. Representatives of the Big Five powers planned to convene privately in nil effort to injepl some life into the almost-stalled UN negotiations on conventional disarmament. These negotiations were supposed to run parallel to the UN discussions on atomic control, but • they had barely gotten underway. Tlie Uniled states was renriy with a suggested plan, under which the disarmament commission would break down Its work into "political," "technical" and "general" conversations on the way to icduce world armaments. Ten members of the atomic commission—all but Poland and Russia—supported the United Stales for a world atomic authority which hai broad powers to inspect every corner of the world and punish atomic offenders. Man Drowns in Attempt to Save Dog Severnor Hints Medical School May Be Moved LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. May 22. (UP) —The possibility that Little Rock might lose the medical school ;ranch or the University ot Arkanas was voiced l>y gov. Ben Laney oday. The chlqf executive warned Hint unless the city takes more than » •casual interest" in the school Ihe state might be forced "to reconsider the location" or the huge school and hospital. He pointed out Hint before.'he state starts to expand the school— using money appropriated by the SUlh General Assembly — it shou'.i consider whether or not roo.n is available. Tlie governor insisted he was not being critical of the City of Little Rock, but said "when an institution Is encircled by property owners who say they don't want expansion then you have a proolum 1 don't say tlie city should ^irovidu he property', but I do say the fily should think of these things." Some mammals spend one-third of their life growing up, while wine spsnd as little as one- twclfth. SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSQY EARLY MATURING ..Foundation Slock—Direct From Breeder Recent test proved yields 3 to 5 more bushels per acre and stands up bolter than Kalsoy. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 850-857 Photo n', right shows Huffman Dam, D:\yton, O., where four men tried to drown the stray bird dog. pictured at left, after it bit Die young duii'jhle:- ol it friend. Regretting their action, one of the men. Lcnville Adkins, jumped in to save the dog ami drowned in the. attempt. A second man, James Taylor, tried to save the dog, but failed. Broken Hue shows piuli of (log's full from lop of dam (X), how clog swept under dam anri reappeared in sluiceway. Circli: sln;ws Adkins, who could not swim, struggled with dcg in swirling water before he drowned. (NEA Tclcphoto.) Author Insists Hirohito Still Most Powerful Man in World The Chinese played football 2(KU years before the birth ot Christ, i v City Radio -Service- Dial 2407 ''•' For Expert Kcpivirs 324 East Main St. . Felix A. Carney NEW YORK. May Emperor Hirohilo of Japnn is still Hie most powerful man in the world. Clark Lee. former war correspondent, said today in his new book. "One Lust Look around" (Ducll, Sloan & Pearce). And the emperor, I,cc argued. Is not the pence-loving ruler Slalc Department propaganda lias painl- ed liim. On the contrary, the former cor- 1 I respondent asserts, Hirohilo ( the emperor system represents the "very core of Japnne.se militarism" and "the ideas thai supporled Ihe plans atld dreams of world conquest will never be wiped out in a brief occupation." The Japanese. Lee said, built up abi'oad before tlie war the legend tl'iat the emporer was a "harmless, innocent little man, i while inside the country he uns the } ron-of-heaven and the real lead- j cr of his people." The American State Department, he said, wns so lakcn In »y this propaganda that It refused to be- Fowlston School of Music Is Offering Special Summer Classes PIANO - ORGAN — VOICE Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A., S. M. M. Term staiis Juno 2nd through August 31, 1917. A special price for the three months term in piano is being offered. For information, call or write— 809 Chickasawba Phone 2049 ATTENTION FARMERS You Can Now Get 100% Coverage On Your Crops Against Hail Storms! This may bo a year of heavy hail storms. We represent the largest and oldest Hail Storm Insurance Company and with Hie highest rating. Special representative will be in Blytheville and vicinity for a limited time to take applications. Call, write or phone NOW Tor particulars—No obligation! UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Plione 510 A. F. HIKTKICH, Manager Over Guard's Jewelry Store "Everything In Insurance" TASTY i/tnmer WHEN YOU USE MAYROSE READY-SERVE MEATS OR easy-to-prepare, whole some summer meals that spur your family's appetite, offer them Ready-Serve meats from the spotless Mayrosckuchens! Ask for MAYROSE Brand Ready-Serve Meats at (p . your favorite meat dealers! READY-SERVE MEATS 11. (UP) — .licve the Japanese when, rlurlm; U>r. war, they ripped oft the mask and said openly "thai lllroliilo w.is in facl and In person leading the war, it was his war, he personally urged his soldiers to die for him and win for him." The author said thai Hirohilo Mailed the Imperial rescript ordering war against Ihe United States not liilcr thnn Ihe fourth week .of November, 11141. despite Japanese ml claims that the imperial seal was not affixed until three hours aftei the attack on Pearl Harbor. Lcc based this belief on "what numerous Japanese told me." Then, he said, nirohlto temporarily retired to the background, but by the middle of 19-13 had again emerged as the real leader of Japan, | the real director of its war effort. "This Is not a matter ot conjecture on the part of the author." Lee wrote. "It was all proclaimed by Radio Tokyo or In Ihe Japanese press In declarations that were known to the Stnte. Department and the Office of War Iiifor- nllon bill which were hidden from ID American public In llicir de- rminntlon to keep irirohlto on the ironc after the war was won. hurchill—in hi.s defense of Italy's lOnarehy •— was not more adn- lant." Canada is larger than the con- nental United Slates, ex:ludiiis .laska, by about 530,000 square nilcs. NOTICE Notice is hereby rziven that tlie muerskmcd will within tlie time ixcd by law apply lo the Coin- nissioucr of Revenues of the Stiilo of Arkansas for a permit lo seil jeer nt retail ;it 630 East Mnin Street. Bl.vthcvillu, Arkansas, Mis- issippi County. The undersigned states Ihnt !>e s a citizen of Arkansas, of MOOI! moral character, that iip lias never been convicted of. n fc-lony 01 nllicr crime involving moral utrpilucic: tint no license to sell b Uy the undersigned has been rc- vokefl within five years Hist pasi; anc 1 . thai Ihe iimlorsitjned luis never been convicted of violating the laws of tins r.tatt. 1 . or any othor stale, relalinyr to the ^ale of nl- coholic iiciuois. VirKi! OJoyd Subscribed ".nd sv.'orn lo "ocforc mi- tliis 11 day of May. 19V1. II. G. Parllo\v . Notary Public My Commission expires: Novcm "r ' 1, 1C-1D. Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Snvlnns Low Net Cost Protection For Service W. L. TAMKE IDS K. Havis St., 1>. O. Uox 131 ! I'honc 24S7 Blj-flicvillc. Ark. } Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 2013 1044 Chicknsawba ALDERSGATE Rally For Youth! Saturday, May 24,8:00 p.m. Speaker: Rev. Ira A. Brumley ^ (Executive Secretary Methodist Board of Education, North Arkansas Conference) LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH ! AAAA CERTIFIED BABY CHICKS |, . • * I J A complete line of poultry feed. Battery fed fryers— J 11 « buy them on foot. > \ POULTRY WANTED: 1 hen or truck load. ! 1 Open til 9 Saturday evening, 8 to 10 n. in. Sundays J ,1 " " il* ' Plenty of Parking Space ^ \ LEWIS POULTRY \ J I'honc 949 419 East Main St. GATEWOOD GROCERY Phone 975 Ark.-Mo. State Line on the left at the Arch J /i ft. ft. 3th J: 7 Crown Calvert Schenley Cream of Kentucky. Three Feathers . ../ . Hill & Hill Old Taylor Four Roses OPENING WEST END AUCTION SUES Lost Boy Garage Highway 18 West Biytheville, Ark. \ Friday, May 23,1 p.m. New anil Used C:\rs . - . Tires . . . Tulics . . . Accessories . . . Furniture Farm Implements . . . New Army Surplus Goods New 600x16 Truck Tires Can be Bought for $14.50 New Tubes $2.25 New 600x16 Passenger Tires $11.00 Many items sold here . . . Housewives arc cordially invited Good Seats Avciluble If you have some dead merchandise, call 0.~>1 for information. Many car dealers will he her to buy and sell. Sale will lie held rain or shine. Register Your Car Before 12 A. M. Friday, May 23 The public is cordially invited : .35 2.65 4.15 .35 .35 .35 .35 .40 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.75 4.35 2.85 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.40 6.90 49.50 5% Beer per Case $3.35 I; GAS, re 9 17.9c; .Ethyl 19.9c ] 1 Cigarettes per carton $1.55 \ ?'£&'&'&'£'&'& 'Tor Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Cold Storage for Furs and Woolens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL * 2089 •The Old Keliable" G. O. POETZ To«r Sonrce .f PETROLEUM Dtpendable Serric. PRODUCTS BR at Olflce Clay Road Gravel Available in >— - - ri Yard or Carload Lots« --DELIVERED-Phone 721

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