TWO BLYTHXV1LLK (ARK.)' OOURIEJt NEWS THURSDAY, 'APRIL 8,1948 Russia Blamed For War Fears A ' iJV UJ. Official to Cimonliip Of N«wtL>yS«vi«H FABsV, April,!. (UP)-Former Secretary o; aute. Wll- sWntonl yesterday blamed «en«or«plp or news for the wtrU-'wide fear which, he said, is thi "chle* threat to peace." Beaton, who beads the U. 0. del- sajitinn to the Freedom of Infor- •satton Conference In Geneva, said in a speech here that the "greatest •lagl* continuing source (of this n*r) fc the poBe, of the Soviet Un test temrd freeooao of information.' fHad tt tut been the policy of the aovtet flGAMnuuent to deny the Russian .people (be right to express selves and to communicate freely with other peoples, and to deny th* right of other people* to oom- mnntxt* with them," he said, "the wirM would not now find Itself in th* grip of such aa acute fear per- Arab Women Fight in Palestine Benton told the Anglo-American Preea olub of Paris that Russia is;attending the Geneva conference •painty 'to create propaganda which she hope* will further undermine global freedom of expression i. Re emphasised that the attitude of RUMtat and her satellites at the current meeting precludes any unaateotK agreement on freedom ef ezprasMoa. But he said he does foresee the possibility of general agreement—"by countries not hostile to freedom"—on guarantees of greater access to news, both Inside and aeroas national boundaries, and greater freedom of transmission ef Refueling of Bombers in Flight Being Studied by U.S. Air Force WAaKXNCnOiV, April I. (OF)— Official Air Force estimates Indicated yesterday that B-2» bombers, refueled in > flight over the Polar region*, could lly combat missions renting up to 1,000 mile*. Further UfUng th* secrecy lid from-recent ad vane** In the art of strategic air war, the service dla- closed^nat aerial refueling can ln- creue the range of a bomber by 40 to 76 per cent. An Air Force spokesman, answer- Ing inquires, said these development* would mean reduced shipments of "men, material, fuel and ammunition, and also .ess construction of bases, particularly In the early stage* of any conflict." The Air Force released this In- Aiab woman, a sergeant in the Arab equlvaleuto a clvTlfan' dcten6eiorce,Jo!ris"'tne "men" In battle against the Jews Inside Jaffa Gate of the Old City in Jerusalem. This la one of the first pictures of an Arab woman taking an active part In the Palestine fighting. (NEW. Telephoto by David *. Boyer, staff photographer.) He amid he tope* for general convention* embodying tbe*e alma Nous* Committee Okays Alatkm Statehood Bill WAKHTNOTOK, April 8.*-(UP) — The House Public Lands Commlt- te* yesterday approved legislation to brine the Territory of Alaska into the union as a state. Th* committee acted after adopting an amendment to eliminate specific recognition of Indian tribal rights in land. The question wu postponed for later Congressional action in a separate bill. The measure, sponsored by Alaskan Delegate *. U Bartlett, now goes to th* Rouse Rules Committee. That group will determine the condition* under which the men- sure will be debates! In the Rouge. ' Jinx-Ridden Plane Lands in Frisco Arkansas River Victim Is Tentatively identified SAN FRANCISCO, April 8. (UP) —Bound-the-w.orld pilot William p. -. Odom landed the Reynolds expedl- I —Sebastian County officers yester- tlon's "Jinx plane," the Explorer, day tentatively established the FORT SMITH, Ark., April 8. (UPj at Municipal Afrport yesterday, ending pen maker Milton K. Reynolds' unsuccessful aerial junket to Cliiua. Reynolds himself was not on the converted O-87 .transport when It landed. The Chicago manufacturer, who said he lost (250,000 on the attempt to find a Chinese mountain higher than Mount Everest, was so disgusted with the entire affair that he Is giving the four- engine plane to Odom, the pilot said. The end to the month-long aerial odyssey came when Odom set the transport down on the runway at 10:30 a.m. BST. Only three men were on the plane when It landed—Odom, Oar- roll (Tex) Sallee, flight engineer, and radio operator Ed Lear. Reynolds stayed behind in Honolulu to recuperate from the series of misadventures which befell the exploration party. Marriage License* ' The! following eouplee obtained marriage license yesterday In the office of Miss Mliabeth Blythe, county clerk. , -. Leo Benson of Blytheville and Ids* Jewell Dene Smith of Dyess. Ots* B. Refers-and Mrs. Norm* Klnkesvd ot St. Linus, MoU"- . Bead Courier news Want Ada. identity at a man drowned In the Arkansas River 30 miles East of Fort Smith. Sheriff Prentice Maddux said a Texas drlveis license Issued In 1936 listed Aimer Francis Hart of Anton, Tex. A kcyholder also found in th2 man's clothing gave the address of a Brownfleld, Tex. service station. Sebastian County coroner, Dr. Hugh Johnson, said there -was no evidence of foul play, and he believed It was suicide. The body appeared to have been In water for more than a week. A billfold contained more than W In currency. KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS H.lp 15 Mil., of KldnerTubM Flush Out PoUonoua Wa*te Wbn dlsordw of Iddiur function Dtrmltt ipouonoui m.tt«r to nmtln lo jour Hood formation coincident with Increasing Indications that Congress might vote it money to expand from 55 to 70 air groups despite the opposition of Defense Secretary James' Forrestal. .Forrestal contend* the Army and Navy would have to be expanded proportionately and the cost would b* an additional tif.- 000,000,000. Facts gleaned from weather flights and weather reporting stations In the Arctic "Indicate that the refueling rendezvous would be operationally feasible and could be conducted In areas not exposed to enemy counteraction," the Air Force said. 102-Y*ar-Old Negro DIM MEMPHIS, Term., April 8. (UP) —"Aunt Martha" Hall, 102-year-old Negro who had lived In Tennessee all of her life, died yesterday. She had never left th* state te her IM years. She wac born la slavery near Galloway, Term., In 1M« according to relatives, moving to Memphis in Read Courier Mews Want Adi, Eg? ffiL J«/TJiou«Md$, CHICKS "US- > W« eiMrMte* He*»|> •<*•*)• «_« «*A M - <f~M,.ty Me let**«sJ S>M'!*!I JA K Tt-li ffctit ii fciiiiii fhda •*• • *)iMSJ roe rra«n*Mna*Nr 1MO.MM* 1 i H. ClJU IMttuvttY CUASAMTOO trTf sy fiilaji — ^Bftot*mf*v t*ti " _ * ™" ^^mfrnfa**!-,^ * "*f »™»"*.f* ATLAS tt c ™c?c°- SKKSZ3EXSIS1 ait r^HW M*. t SUSfNfU OVU M MASS *^w», aim ^^ Dept t A*. scanty psuaael with •iji&rtinK and burnina lOmeUmw ihow. Ui«r« li tamithlnx wronB with jour kidney, or bluUer. «"•"">« _.P° n ''»'!'|A.kTCiiir dnigrfH for Doan't PilJl, » stiraulmt diutcUa, us«d «u<xes«tullj by million* for ov«r 50 yemrt Daan'a Klv«' happ/ relief .ml will help the 16 miles of K[(1n«ytub«» flush out imTannoui wutflfram -' •"""""a J. £. Garner, ft. Smith, To Run for State Senator PORT SMITH. Ark., April 8.— ! (UP)—J. 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