The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 6, 1949
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MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUBIEB NEWS PAGE FTVB Russia Obtains 20-Year Pledges Five Main Satellites Bound by Protocol Signed in January NEW YORK, June 6— W>— The New York Times in a recent Paris dispatch said that Russia's five main satellites in Eastern Europe nre "obligated" hv; a secret protocol fcto follow Moscow's advice for the next 20 yearn an Industrial and commercial affairs. The dlspalcti from c. L. S»lz- herper quoted anthorative sources of Russia, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, BnlKarla and Romania when they joined to form a council for economic and mutual assistance. The Times said formation of the council wrt.s annnnnrfd Jan. 25. Other nations sharing the principles of the new council were invifed to join. One reason Riven for formation of the uncty. which constituted Mos- cmv's answer to the Mnrsrnl! plan and the organization for Enrownn F-~-)n'"if p"-""'"^'- 1 ' -OR fh'.u the U.S. and other Western nations \vnt-n h"vcotting trade with council Tbe Times sakl it. w-is learned from one of the satellite nations that the fnVlo\vinT si\ main noints are rnvcrcd by the secret protocol: 1. The council will nnerato fr>r 20 years. It will coordinate eastfrn European econhmy, stnndarni^c industrial nrnriuct'on of member nation*:. and provide mutual economic aid. 2. The council is to establish a permanent secretariat with headquarters in Moscow. 3. The council is entt'lcd to detailed and fu]' information from members. It is authorized to send both observers and advisers to member state. Such stales are "oVilltiat- ^crt to accept and follow tiieir ad- HPvico." 4. The council is to develop a "general plan" for economic coord- . motion of member countries. 5. A fund of 100,000.000 rubles (about 520.000,0001 will ue made available to the secretariat. Of this. $0.000,000 rubles is to be contributed by Russia and 10,000,000 each by the iive satellite members. S. Mixed companies will be set up as between member states to facilitate the objectives of the council. * WE, THE WOMEN * By Kath "'"-1 NEA Stilt Writer Worry Less About Children, Urges Mother of the Year Truman Picks Kansas Woman For Treasurer # In rearing children there are only ' two things that cause parents to worry. They are sickness and disgrace. So says Mrs. Pearle Gillis of For Worth, Tex., American Mother o the Year, who brought up six children of her own and helped elgnt other children to obtain educations Some people may regard Mrs. Gillls' philosophy as old-fashioned Perhaps it is. But it is still sound. And it is a philosophy that would enable many of today's parents to bring up four or five children with little more worry than they expend on one or two. For the greatest trouble with today's conscientious parents is tlmt they worry about too many problems. They become alarmed if Junior doesn't react to a given situation In just the way the child psychology books say he should. Too Much Sire*.! on "Authorities' They do the best they can as parents, and when they discover OUSTER ASKED-Mrs. Gerhart Eisler. above, has been recommended for deportation to her native Poland by immigration officials. She was arrested by the FBI shortly after her husband, America's longtime No. 1 Communist, jumped bail and stowed a\vay on a Polish liner. She will be detained at Ellis Island until case is reviewed in Washington, McCfeilan Is Critical Of Truman Health Plan ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.. June 6 il\>) — President Truman's nationa! health program "is evil in concepl and will trecotue cruel lu practice,' says Senator McClellan (D-Ark.) Addressing the National Conference of County Medical Society Officers here yesterday, McClellal declared the the nation " that some "authority" doesn't agree on the way they have handled a problem, they worry for fear they have done real harm to their child They are overly-concerned with complexes and frustrations and elping the child to adjust to this that situation. If they contd dopt the philosophy of this year's American Mother, bringing up hildren wouldn't be such a continual strain. There would be far more pleasure and Joy in it—and much greater personal satisfaction. If we could just learn to reduce he reasons for worry about ou children, we could Increase the size of our families. But, perhaps, it is easier to do 1 the other way. Increase the size o our families, and then we won have the time or energy to worr over trivial matters. With a house fill of children parents can't ver well fret over anything but mjo problems. WASHINGTON, June «. (ft — President Truman todty nominated Mrs. Georgia Nets* Clark, vivacious Rlchland, Kas., banker, as the first woman treasurer of the United States. Mi.s. Clark. A 49-year-old divorcee, was supported for the post by Mrs India Edwards, head of the Women's division of the Democratic National Commute*. She (lew Into Washington over the weekend after a hurry-up call from Mrs. Edwards. Her's Is the first of several expected nominations of women to high federal office, including diplomatic posts. Within the Democratic Parly these moves are accepted as recognition for the part women plavei in helping elect Mi'. Truman las fall Mrs. Clark, a member oi th' Democratic National Commute since 1936, has been a banker, far ler. actress, store owner, am ratn elevator operator. As treasurer she would succee posj requires the Incumbent's slg- Villiam A. Julian, killed in a car nature on all U.S. currency, or fold- rash a week ago after serving In \ Ing money. Asked about uei hand- lie post since 1933. writing, Mrs. Clark laughed that The $10.330-a-year treasurer's "it's terrible." HR1NCKSS AT PARIS CABARET— Princess Margaret Rose adjusts her head scarf as she leaves the Cabaret Florence in Paris. The pilticcss, whose continental holiday ended June I. danced until two-o'clock in the morning. (AP Wirephoto). Floods on East- Side of Rockies Disrupt Traffic DENVER. June 6. </P) — Floods along the eastern fringe of the licckles and through the rich Arkansas River Vullcy left Uwu-stmds of acres 01 Colorado land under water today. Hail and highway traffic was disrupted. Silt and debris cluttered the streets of several towns. Homei were Isolated, but no deaths were reported. A weekend of steady rain—unusual for the eastern slope of the mountains — pushed tributaries of the Arkansas out of their banks in Southern Colorado. Tlic Arkansas overflowed by soon returned' to Its bunk. The main east-west line of the Santa re Kailroud was washed out at Lamnr. Holly, Granada, and Bristol. Colo., and Lakin. Kns.. also was flooded. A cloudburst sent a flash flood roaring down Sand Creek through Florence and Portland in Central 3o\orado. It swept »*ay »cUon» ot :he Denver mid ttlo Grande Western Kiillroad's track, weakened * railroad bridge, and took two houses downstream. The mayor of Florence estimated damage to that town of 3,000 at (100,000. The reputable BoffUsh 1iimm« contains approximately 7»0,09* words, about hall of which an scientific term*. Mount Rainier, W.»hln«ton, k aa\ extinct voJcaao 1MM Mat : ' ~ NOW For Immediate Delivery FERTILIZER Ammonium Nitrate Blytheville Fertilizer Corporation l$ 80 Per Ton F. O. B. Plant We surest (hat you (ill your r»v <iuiremen(s now while the material is available. South Highway 61 Phone 3105 and possibly a great deal more." 0(H DOWN1 LVALUE! $2 A WEEK 52oO Moth Protection Guarantee! 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