The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 13, 1950
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THURSDAY, APRTL IS, 19»M BLri-HEVTLTJB (ARK.)' COT7RTER HEWS PAGE U.S. in Hard Row Defeat of Communism Woman Finos Baby Skeletons In Fireplace May Take Generation* Says Former AEG Head ' NEW ORLEANS, April 13. WV- The United States .have, a hard tow to hoe before Democracy wins a World-Wide victory over Commun- Jwi, tavi David Ulienthal. •But the victory can be gained If American leaders make the Issues clear to the people, Llllenthal believes. .; '"•'.. •""•-."' When these Issues are made clear, 4h« former chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission said In an Interview with newsmen here yesterday, "we'll be united, as never before.*? i : ' ": "The people have a helluva stake in this thing. It they didn't care we'd be » pushover. But I've found in'my travels about the land that at the taproots the people do care. And they ate prepared lor a pretty hard story." • And a hard story Is what faces them if they are to be told the real facts, he added. "We are going to have to tighten our belts," he said, explaining that he believes It may be generations before the united States can shuck the burden of shoring up the rest of the world against Communism. Lilienthal was hero en route to •Baton Rouge to speak today at •Louisiana State University. , BALTIMORE, April 'l3. (ff)—The skeletons of three babies apparently dead for more th»n 25 years were discovered last night in the board ed-up fireplace of » home here. Mrs. Marie plage "dropped her ring through a crack in the mantle. To get it, she ripped up a piece or loose tin and uncovered a bundle of cloth. ' She unwrapi>ed the cloth »nd saw the skeleton of a small baby. She jumped back, screaming. Her uncle, Fred Scheldergger; summoned police. Officers probed into the open- Ing and removed two other small skeletons. ' ... ' .... One of them was wrapped in paper dated Sept. 18, 1921, and the other in a paper dated Jnn 27, 1923. ' •..'. Mrs. Plage tola :pollc« she hai lived in the house about a year. Dr. William Kammer, who Identi fled the remains as •human bones ordered them taken to the morgue where a thorough examination wi be conducted today. . . ° Wife Kept Six Dogs; Husband Asks Divorce Hungary Rejects J.S. Accusation )f Pay Failure BUDAPEST, Hungary,. April 13 If) —Hungary has rejected a U. S. ote accusing ol violating Ameri- an-Hurigarian treaties by Jailing to ay adequate compensation lor na- lonallzed American-owned proper- The reply Insisted that Hungary willing to negotiate regarding uch compensation as she is ,at jresent with other countries. The Hungarian note said, how- iver, that the Budapest Bpvern- nent wants to bring up Iii such negotiations the question of Hun- ;arlan property "carried to the west >y German fascists." It said Amerl:an authorities In' Germany reused to return the property. The u. S. note demanded negotiation for a settlement and charged that Hungary's nationalis- ation decree last December discriminated In that It did not include joint Hungarian-Soviet oil, shipping arid aviation enterprises. Hungary replied that as a sovereign state she "has the indisputable right to decide the question of nationalization and to determine the ways and means of compensation to be paid." Most- weasels have scent glands but the skunk has carried their us to the extreme. Bixbys Arrive 10 Days Late SAN FRANCISCO, April IS. The Jlyliig Bixbys complettd their globe girdling {light today — 10 days behind schedule. , They landed here, -their April 1 takeoff point, at 6:06 »jn. (EST.) They hrid hoped to shatter the late Bill odom's world circling record of 73 hours, five minutes, H seconds. But engine trouble henr Calcutta smashed that dream. Mag- eto trouble at Tokyo forced a sec- nd delny. Asked If they planned to try gain for the record, , the Boxbys eplled "no comment." Previously Bob 36 and Dlanna 21 said they would make another attempt If they could get financial backinn. They had planned the flight t ong time. Dlnniik brought theli win engine Mosquito' bomber Huntress II., in Miami In 1949 fo: 54,500. They were' ready to take off las year— but the stork got In a prlorlt; night. Tlie Bixbys lelt Midway Islam Senator Byrd Says 'Fair Deal' Would Commit Us to Socialism WHITE SOLPHUS SPRINGS, W. Va., April 13. W 1 )—Sen. Byrd (D-Vn) contends President Truman's "Fair Deal" program would "commit us rrevocnbly to a Socialist state from which there can be no retreat." In an address before a meeting of the Southwest Electric Exchange lere last night, Byrd posed these questions: 1 : "If he says he Is against Socialism, why Is he advocating the pressurizing of Congress to adopt Socialized medicine? "Why Is a advocating the Brannan Plan, which inevitably Mieans Socialized agriculture? "Why is • he advocating another extension of Socialised housing? "Why Is he constantly advocating an extension of the number of those who receive govcrnmcnt'beneflts?" Although "deficit spending and Socialism are twins of evil," the President wants to spend M.OOO,- 000.000 more beginning July 1 Uian vas spent In 1048, the last y»r the budget was balanced, said Byrd, long-time advocate of mo« economy it\ government. The Virginian also took th« administration to task for failure to 'come to grips" with John L. Lewis ami his United Mine Workers. "By pusillanimous methods, marked by political cowardice, th< federal government has permitted John Lewis to reduce the coal industry of America to a sick; and perhaps dying, Industry," the »en- ator declared. on the final leg f their flight at 6:50 p.m. EST, yesterday. DnVer Squirts Woman ^ ROCHESTER, N. Y., April 13. (If) —When a large truck passed Mrs Eleanor Corona at « corner, th driver leaned out. pointed a watt pistol and squirted her face, ill reported to police; YOU'RE INVITED TO A SPECIAL PARTY Jaycee Clubhouse Friday, April 14,8 P.M. FUN FOR YOUNG AND OLD Sponsored by Blytheville Jayccti Italy Refuses To Pay Russia ROME, April 13. (ffj—Italy says she won't pay her $100,000,000 war preparations 'debt to Russia until « cement Is.reached on the value Italian assets seized In Soviet ellite countries. The Russians in a note yesterday pressed for payment out,of current Italiaji production, charging that Italy had placed too great a value on her Balkan assets in Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania. The properties were to go In part payment of the reparations debt. The reparations hill was agreed to under the peace treaty and in a subsequent agreement signed in 1M8. • • • KNOXVILLE, Term., April'1 —Love me, love my dog. • But six dogs were too many for Joe R. 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