The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1949 · Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, American Urges Soviet Sincerity U.S. Delegate in UN Issues Plea After Talk by Vishinsky Rv .Max Uarrclsim NEW YORK, NOV. 30—W')—TllC United States told Russia yesterday to adopt a "live and let live" policy if she really wants peace." U. S. Delegate Warren R. Austin addressed the United Nations assembly Immediately after Russia's Andrei Y. Vishlnksy had declared the Soviet foreign policy Is based on a struggle for peace. Vishinsky, however, renewed his old charges that, the United States and Britain are preparing for war. ' JUistin said the U.N. debate during ^the current assembly session hai *'hnfled what Russia must do the doors (o "peaceful ,.. —id let live." Austin said hce sweeping propaganda ges- tin Swilh earnest efforts to settle outbuilding differences. Recognize theuommon interest and negotiate in \ spirit of adjustment and accommodation. Artmit the possiblit; of sincerity on the part of a dis center and seek a common undertaking. Act In good faith to ful fill existing agreements bcfon making new promises. Austin pointed out 53 out o 50 nations had supported the West ern "essentials of peace" proposa in the assembly's political committee instead of the five power peace pact advocated by Russia. "Fifty-three nations are united" Austin said. "We hope 5D may become united.' We stretch out the hand of cooperation to those few who as yet remain aloof." Austin said theU. N. debate showed that the free world has not been able to regard the Soviet proposal as a genuine effort to strengthen peace. Austin added: "We can disagree on many things, but we cannot, disagree on the necessity of preventing differences from leading to conflict." t :i] ( .,» ,.J am BLYTHEVTLLR (ARK.) COUKIEK NEWS LONG LIVKI) ItltOTIIKIlS—Tlic ages of these three brothers of :he reigning Swedish royal family total 270 years. Left to right and their ages are King Gustav, 91; Prince Oscar Berimdottc, 90, and rrince Carl Bernadollc, Mho will lie 89 early next year. Occasion for the picture was Prince Oscar's birthday celebration. (AP Wirephoto). —Courier News Photo Mew Wonder Drug Holds Promise, Doctors Assert PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 30—W)— Doctors at Pennsylvania Hospital eportcd yesterday one of science's icwest "wonder" drugs—ncoinycln —has been given to humnns for he first time Two mule patient.? suffering from irlnary tract infections were ad- nlnistered the drug, the hospital nld, with complete cures affected flor six days. Neoniycin Is i drug-brother or Ueptomycln. Both are made from 'ie same material—n sol) fungus. Treatment of tlie two patients was supervised by Dr. Gai-fleld G nmcan. director of t!ie Division of vlcdlcine at Pennsylvania Hospital. "The drug had never been given o humans before," Dr. Duncan laid. "It was administered surcess- ully only on experimental animals We were not sure, and still aren't, whether 11 would have harmful loxlc effecUi on liunmns." The two patients, both reported near death, agreed to risk possible after-affects of chance the drug night work. The crystal detector, means of In- Ijfcirlucing radio to a lot of folks In "he early days of radio, was the result of work of Qrcenleaf W. Tlck- arri, American scientist. London Producer Offers Margaret Truman $1,400 Weekly to Sing in England LONDON', Nov. 30. (AP)—A London producer cabled Margaret Trunian yesterday an otter of 503 pounds ($1,400) weekly to sing In his musical review "Sauce Tartarc." The producer, Cecil Landau, said he cabled the offer, to the President's daughter at the While House. His cable read: "Delighted to hear of your success with the National Symphony Orchestra. Would you consider flying to London for short visit, as London would, I know, like to see and hear you. Salary could be arranged but suggested figure 500 pounds per week." Miss 'lYuman sang with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington on Sunday. Two Appeals Filed With Supreme Court LITTLE ROCK, Ark-, Nov. 30- j—Ernest WjullhiRton appealed to the Arkansas Supreme Court today from a two-year sentence for carnal abuse imposed In Union Circuit Court, jonn Henry Barnes appealed from a Mississippi Chancery judgment [or 52,800 and possession of an automobile in favor of U. W and Leslie Moore. Well-Oiled Highway HAMBURG — IIP)— A Danisl truck driver lost his cognac larier trailer on the highway here. He only noticed hts loss when he tried to park. State Department Okays Tsung-Jen's Trip to U.S. WASHINGTON, Nov. 30. (AP) — The State Department lias authorized a trip to the United Slates bj Li Tsung-Jcn, acting president of the Chinese Nationalist government. Officials sniu yesterday the American consulate general at Hong Kong 1ms been instructed to issue a visa lo General Li if he applies. 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