The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1950 · Page 6
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BTX BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Soviet Paper Sees War Threat at Polish Border BERLFN, June 12. W—A Soviet flwupatlon newspaper threatened Yesterday that "any altempt to annul Poland's annexation of German territory would provoke a new war." The comment, in the official organ of the Soviet control commission, Tacglichc Rundschau, termed (ho Oder-Nelsse river border ue- tween Poland and East Germany as "the final and enduring frontier of peace." Announcement Assailr-il Both the West, German government and the western Allies have assailed the announcement last Wednesday that the East German and Polish governments had agreed on the river line as the "permanent" boundary. The line cedes to Poland 38,936 square miles of former Germany territory which Poland has administered under the Potsdam agreement. The Western allies'contend that the final fate of this territory must, be decided in the German peace treaty. The. United States had refused to recognize the Oder-Ncisse line the Soviet newspaper asserted, because "it intended at a given time lo make the unclarificd frontier (he occasion for a third World War, as Hitler used the Polish corridor." \Vestern Charges Western Allied sources termed the newspaper's charges a new attempt to convince the Soviet bloc countries that Western nations are preparing armed aggression against them. Meanwhile at Fulda, in West Germany, 50,000 refugees from the Polish-occupied section of Germany and from Czechoslovakia staged a protest march and rally against | the Polish-east German agreement. t No incidents were reported. A CONGRESSMAN SAVES FOR HIS BAIIY- -Rep. John Bell Williams (D-Miss) seems overwhelmed at his desk at Washington, D. C., where hfi displayed pennies saved for his baby, six weeks ago he decided to put away one cent every time he signed his name nt work. He signs several dozen letters—at least—daily, so the pile is growing. Rep. and Mrs. Williams expect their first baby in August. (AP Wire- photo). Socialists Claim Reds Wronged War Prisoners BERUN-W)—Germany's Socialists allege that the Russians have adopted a new trick to keep tens of thousands of German prisoners of war In prolonged forced labor In iho Soviet Union five years nfter the war. The Socialists assert the Soviet process Is to convict the prisoners as "criminals" on trumped up cnarges and sentence them to labor ramps fnr as long as 25 years instead of sending them home. Often they arc said to bo taken oft repatriation transports to fnce courts. "At lir.st the charge of food theft held fir.sl place In this operation." says the Socialist "Complaint." "Later were nrklcd 'insulting Soviet inslltulions,' sabotage. attcm»ted escape and refusal to work. When these grounds did not prove fruitful enough, 'espionage for America' was added and. finally, the charge of 'Ircspiiroiing on Soviet territory. 1 On the last charge it would be possible to sentence every PW to forced labor." Mine Gasification Tried To Obtain Cheap Fuel CHESTERFIELD. England—M'l — Britain's first mine gasworks is in operatio'i here. Gas is being produced by the burning ut coal 60 feet down in an old mine. Tile scam was ignited by two incendiary bombs set off in it.. Gas piped to the surface burned brightly. Samples were sent to the national coal board for analysis. The experiment ts part of the ministry or fuel's project for the underground gasification of coal. The object ts to obtain cheap power from mines that are too poor to work otherwise. The gas is to be used mostly In turbines. Rustlers Terrify Burma RANGOON. (!T, — Cattle- rustlers have halted rice cultivation at Ko- daung, a larRe village south of Rangoon, according to the Rev. U Ot- tnma, a Buddhist monk. U Ottama, here to seek governmental protection for the farmers, said the village-folk are considering mass evacuation of tliclr homes. The monk said the rustlers are also kidnapping for ransom - the more wealthy among the farmers. He stated the village was "terrified beyond words." Hot Hp Hits Clara's Hat LEBANON. N.H. (AP) — Associates agree that as a new.swonian. Reporter Clara B. Orcenough of the Claremont Daily Eagle Is pretty hot. She was really on fire when she covered a cottage bla7.e here. She got so clase to the news that a bystander had to tell her that her hat was on fire. MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1950 WAITING FOR A GREEN LIGHT-Thc Rev. Meyor Imoeriale of Molrosc, Mass., is an ordained minister waiting for a call that will give him a permanent pastorate, lo th= n- ,!•:, „ s porting himself and family by working as a signalman 'for the Boston and Maine nailroad. Imperiale is seen letutmg his crossing 128-Year-Old Man Would Live Even Longer BROWNSVILLE, Tex., June 12. Wy—"Pancho" comacho, who says he Is 128 years old. has a simple desire—he would like lo live a few more years. Pnncho's age—and his desire- came (o light when a census laker visited him at his hut on the bis Champion Ranch near the mouth of the Rio Grande River. "Senor. my name Is Francisco Comaeho, and 1 am 128 years old." he said In Spanish. Pancho toJd of crossing the nlo- Crandc Into the United States with an older brother. They were orphans and Pnncho was only seven years old. The brother got a Job as a ranch hand with a man named Valentin Gavito. Pniiclio was (no small for ranch work, but the Ga- vltos lot him help with chores about the house. He was paid a silver dollar and a liar or soap every month. Crew [!p on Ranch Hi- grew up on the Oavito ranch, became a regular hand and married a girl who lived on the ranch. His wife and their first born died at the Ijirlh of the child Pancho never remarried, nn went to live with :i si.ster, Boni- I icia Comacho Vennudcs. The sister died about ten years ago— at the ase of l'."f>. Now Pancho lives In his hut near the home of Ramon Rodri- q»c«, a distant relative. To Pancho. who lias held three press conferences since the census taker's visit. It was humorous that lie has lived for more than a centny and a quarter, yel tills was the first lime his name would be in print. Hrc.iks IIIp In fall Pancho rode his own palomino IKiny until a tew years ago when iic broke his hip in a fall. Since then l:c has not been able to ride. He still has a good appetite and likes to display his full set of natural teeth that have served him so long. Bui most of all he likes to sit in the shade of his little hut and talk of the things he has seen and experienced. Like the Civil War battle foiiRht near his home after the Confederacy had surrendered. 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