The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 12, 1947
Page 11
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THURSDAY. JUNE 12, 1047' BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Grqmyko Offers Control Soviet's UN Delegate Proposes to Arlrrtit Inspectors to USSR IIY .TAMKS K. KOI'KIt l-'nilril Press S(::ff cspomlcnl LAKE SUCCESS. N. Y.. juno i?. 'SPJ .— Soviet r>i'lri;:it.: Andrei wVjjivk.i. makim; important new coi'^.slons on atomic control, proposed today an eii"ht- point pro- ararn whL'h would let non-Russians inspect the Soviet's ato'.nic facilities after an api:ropriate treaty r; signed. Girjuiyi'.o a!?o siiKsestod Hint the whole atom-control machine, be os-;ln'd bv a simile treaty. 'I'Jii.s implied (l-.sit Russia was dropping its .demand that the world si«ij one treaty agreeing | (1 dtvlroy its rtnniie toin'js, uiul then fi^n Inter treat-,- setting; up means of in'! mto ''thaler ((-.'tail than'ei tlie American plan written hv ]!(•:•Hard launch, were explained in a spix-ial ti'.ci'tine or the United Nations Atomi • ELIPI-RV Commission. He Mi;'.!'est"« 11ml UM set up an "internal ional enntro! commission" (ompo.' of the !2 members of lh(: UM alonii" commission. These include six Mnall nations whic'i r-liiniKe- ycarlv. Canada and til? Bin 1 •Pier ..!!ir United Elates. Great Eriiiiin. Russia. France ami Chin:.. Ornmyko twice look pain R to em- p!i:i:-:i:-..' ilinl rpfsoiuifl of tlv etm- tcn! fonnnissiOLl would' be 11 i]\ief- nariona]." This v:as tile fii-st lime in iiinr? than a year of stubborn Kast-Wpst wrangliiiB that P.nssia IUIK inclieafed it woulri admit non- Russjatis lo its atomic; facilities. Antilo-Aij'.evican delegates hai'e feared lhat Ihe Soviet vei-sion ol '"'«"] national control" meant that l.^pM-uis would inypecf Soviet fa- cilWcs. anc] r.=porl to tiie inter- iiniinl hody. ^ Issues Lans; Slalcment C.ronivko. in a carefully-prepared 2.rcO-\vo] ( i slalcnipnt. said Ihe commission's agents should have free access to all "facilities for mininfr. ncndnetion and stockpiling or atomic rav." materials and atoin- ic Tnatf.ials." It could weisih, measure and check the handlim: of all sueh materials to make -sure that nobody was "holding out" fissionable material'; for bomb-making The eonlrol commission also .w<ai!cl have laboratories and experimental installations to develop atomic power for peaceful } Sun Worshipper Cleveland Indians' PresUJcnt : Hill Vocck gives honrUolt i thunks as the sun shines once more on Cleveland's Stadium following almost daily vain for ; more than a month. Bogus Checks Bring Prison Terms for Trio CHICAGO. Juno 12. (UP)—Throe ncn \v)io plradDtV nuiltv to circu- l^Utis bad clicrks in Little Rock. Ark., and Cliicas-o were simlenced to fcilcrnl prison terms ^yesterday. Julius auirni. 27. BulDliiir Sprints, Ark., was sentenced to five vcars, John B. Wilson, 25. FUr.l, Mich..-to a year and a day, aurt Joliii D. Eteiner. Chicago, to 15 months. Assistant District Attorney Jack Wclsfcld said tliat Sturm obUtinsd some checks on tlie Union Nationnl Bank, Little Rock, and stamps of business firms, and in the first threo weeks ol April passed bad chocks for more than $9.0(10. -He met Wilson and came to Chicasjo. where they met Steiner. They were caught in attempting to pass A check in suburban Evanston. ernted "by Charles and Kathryn Field. His i-ronram called for: 1. Strict international control over- all facilities engaged in mining of atomic raw materials and in production of atomic materials and atomic cner.ffv. 2. An international commission for atomic control, established within the framework of the tTN S^i-mitv Council (where the veio 3 The hitf-rnation:)l control cc,rn- niir.sior. would establish "its o'A'n •1. Rights and 'obligations of fhe controi*oinniission would he de- lerminr-J by a special pact. fv The control commission would i he composed of states now on the atomic energy ccrmnissicjii. These include the Dia Five, six smaller states which also sit in (he security council, and Canada. Harrison Newspaperman Buys Paper at Eudora EUDOR.A. Ark.. June. 12. (UP) — Sale of the Eudora Enterprise, a weekly newspaper here, by Charles sine 1 Sheldon Field to Jack Hal!?.'-, forme-: Harrison and Little Rock newspaperman, was announced to- The .-ale price was not disclosed. Halter, who has been editor of Mm pnucr for tlte nast month, will be editor and publisher. Sheldon Field, publisher sin^e January in Hi. has not announced liis plans. Founded in 1935. the! 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