The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1956 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 26, 1956
Page 2
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FACE TWO BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.)-GOURIER NEW* THURSDAY, JANUARY M, 1>N Molotov Is Latest Bigwig Supporter Of 'Esperanto' By STANLEY GODFRET LONDON (AP) — Russian Foreign Minitser V. M. Molo- < tov who made "nyet" a household word, soon may be pro-; claiming "ne" — or even possibly "jes" — in world conferences. Flynn Behind In His Alimony HOLLYWOOD (fl — The attorney for one of Errol Dynn's exwives lays he will seek to have the screen star jailed if he "doesn't pay th« S2.500 he owes." Flynn paid $1,000 on account yesterday and the attorney, S. 8. Hahn, agreed to a two-week continuance of a contempt of court charge. Charged with being t» 500 behind In child support payments to his two daughters by Nora Eddlngton Flynn Haymes, the actor had been due to appear in Santn Monica Superior Court tomorrow. A Putxh Out ORLEANS, Neb. (»-When Mrs. Edna Helnze's grandchildren came for a visit, she gave tnem « Jigsaw puzzle to play with. The visit over, Mrs. Heinze pro- cwded to clean up Mid found only h«lf the puazle. Since half a putile is no good, she threw H »wuy. A few days later, while cleaning, she found the other half of the puzzle. She reasoned again, half a puz- ile ic no good, »nd threw it »w»f. Elwood Hayne» generally ic credited with building the first suo- cssful automobile on » commer* clal production scale In'lSM. Molotov has turned up as the latest bigwig supporter of Esperanto, the im«rnational language which boomed with the prewar name "Dr. Esperanto" in 1887 I The language he contrived is based! as far'as possible on words com-' men to European languages, but Its grammar is so simple that its proponents say it can grasped in half an hour. Which boomed wiui uie JJICMUI HKJU i« — «.~,-w.. O---CT-. League of Nations and declined sounds peculiar 10 any one lan- with World War II. Euage are eliminated. Molotov recently cabled greetings in Esperanto — and English- to the Japanese "People's Council for Restoration of Peace with Soviet Russia and Communist China" and thus lent Russia's unofficial] support to its use. John Leslie, secretary of the British Esperanto Society, f" the language is catching on f again, with a lot of its support coming from behind the Iron Curtain. Taught in Schools He said in an interview that in Ex-Labor $ Racketeer IRiii i To fie Freed DANNEMORA, N. f. W—Joseph lie saia in an uumvicvs u.«v ...jS. Fay. a labor racketeer once so Hungary Esperanto is taught in a j powerful that he ran his union from . number of schools. Sing Sing and received political The Council of Europe also is bigwigs there, will be released considering a pilot scheme to teach from prison next month. Esperanto in five different countries. Leslie said the British movement has not«d a steady increase in world interest over the last several years. Requests for Esperanto "pen pals" have come in from places as far apart as Peiping and Poland and British classes correspond regularly with groups in Siberia and Japan. But Molotov's use of the language has given Esperanto its biggest boost In years. "We had no idea Mr. Molotov was an Esperanto advocate," said Leslie. "The Russians, of course, have produced some fine Esperanto magazines and it is taught in a number of classes throughout the Soviet Union. First Time' "But this is the first time Esperanto has been used in any important international communication." Leslie said there is an interna- toina! council with 14 Esperanto circles In Hungary, and another big group in Poland. The Communist World Federation of Youth in Budapest has approved Esperanto as one of the official languages for next year's Moscow Festival. Soviet enthusiasm for Esperanto Crippled Jet Gives a Scare ST. LOUIS tfl — When the engine of his Navy jet plane flamed oat over suburban St. Ann yesterday, Ma]. Roy H. McDonald picked the only "open patch" he could see and set her down. In his path as he touched down was an approaching car. so he nosed the F9F up and passed right over it, he related later. The plane then skidded several hundred feet in snow, wrecking three cars and & trailer, and came to rest. Kibler, 56, received a slight cut on the forehead. McDonald, 31, escaped injury. He is a Marine Reserve pilot who is a flight test engineer for the McDonnel Airciaft Corp. in St. Louis, may be explained by the fact that it was invented by a Russian. Dr. L. L. Zamenhof, who adopted the The State Parole Board granted him parole yesterday—on condition that "under no circumstances" was he to engage "in any type of union activity in any capacity whatever. Fay, 64, was convicted in 1945 of extorting $368,000 from contractors building a New York City water- supply line upstate. He was vice president of the International Operating Engineers Union. Members of the union worked on the project. He was sentenced to V/z to 15 years. In 1948 he began serving his term in Sing Sing. In 1953 It came to light that Arthur H. Wicks of Kingston, Republican majority leader of the State Senate and acting lieutenant governor at the time, had visited the racketeer in Sing Sing. It cost Wicks his leadership. It also was revealed that Pay's visitors behind bars included William P. Bleafcley of Yonkers, long the Republican leader in Westchester County and his party's candidate for governor in 1936. and George Meany, now president of the AFL-CIO. Soon after Fay's list of visitors was made known, Dewey had him transferred from Sing Sing, 30 miles north of New York, to Clinton Prison here in this northern New York town. Needed Gun For Directions LEXINGTON, Mass. (Jfl — A man with a gun in his hand invaded the home of Mrs. Dorothy Houdlette. 50, last night — and demanded only road directions. She told police she was alone when the man rang the bell. 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