The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1954 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 12, 1954
Page 12
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PAGE TWElrVH BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12,1954 Soviet Return of Port Arthur To Red China Hints at Strain Hy WILLIAM L. KYAN A I 1 Foretell News Analyst The Moscow announcemcnl of a now agreement with Red China is an event of great significance. Among other things, it hints at the existence of strains in Moscow-Pciping relations and efforts (o ease them. UK Since the Russians are notoriously unwilling to gel out of any place once they have a foot in the door the announcement thai they are leaving Port Arthur by next June can only be viewpd with suspicion. Perhaps the Ucd Chinese politely insisted on the departure. But there wns compensation lor this, from the Soviet vir-wpomi. Tlio communique announced that a railway will be constructed from Alma At«. capital of Soviet Knx:ikhstnn near the China frontier, throws" THE FIRST—Marian Anderson became the first Negro to flgn a contract to sing with the Metropolitan Opera Company. Acclaimed by critics as one of the greatest singers of the century, she will make her first appearance in January. ' rnmite Kink!;mt, r ami Ul;ui Bator, , tlic en pit iti 01 Outer Mongolia. ! Hoili Sinkimur :uut Mongolia ap- pr;ir in Jiiivc iifciii'od lartfHy In !.si ru ins hctwci'ii Mo. i >cow jimf Poi- piny. Ii scpincti highly .siKftilirnnt ; Unit Clnncst- Pn-mior Choi] I-Jn-lai, 1 on his way home from (he Geneva I confemiee., choM- to .stop ofl at j Ulan Buinr. Chinese Still Interested Outer Mongol KI nnct' was Chi- territory- Uu.--si;ins IniiUrnled 'for iiKinv vein's under both c/arx 1 and romiiiKsiirs. The Soviets (caused a to .secede from Chinese rule. Kjrst NiiiionuliM and then Red Chuin were iorrod to rerof,'- n\'/.p the permanent separation of Outer Mongolia from China. But the never lost interest, in the area, now designed a "people's republic" hy the Hns.sian.s. It is al.'.o likely the Chinese are not overly hiippy about Knitlua) Soviet doininniion in China's Sin- klnntf province, which the Russians have been dniininp economically lor some time. H is a rich area, twice the M7.e of Texas, with many natural re.sourccn, Including uiuni- lun. The Russians apparently want to continue exploiting both rich nrens. To phicnle the they afjrre "(o fjet out of Port Arthur, 121 to increase the number ol hr.ivy industriyl projects they arc helping the Chinese to build from HI to 150 and <3) In extend a long- term credit of 130 million dollars. The Soviet Union also will transfer it's .share in joint Ftu-s-sian- companies (o Peiping, but tliL is no fjivrjaw.'iy, any more than tfie economic help Is, Both are palrl for by what the communi- que calls "items of usual export" from China. That means more export of what the Chinese can least afford-—food. Harkxrnunrf Disturbance; . The new treaty shows that the Moscow-PeipinK axis still is in working order, it Is to the benefit of both sides, But in thf background are the words .spoken there in a speech by Premier Chou Kn-al, brinf/inK home to his distinguished Soviet visitors Dun Red China sets «mat store hy her territorial integrity and sovereignty. For the benefit ui the visitors, he repeated many of the thing.s lie said when he was Louring .south and southeast Asia after Geneva, spreading the doctrine of "Asia for the Asians" mid indicating he did not exactly consider Muscovites as Asians. The new treaty shows that things are still pretty much of a matter of hard and watchful bnrgiilninK between Die two big Communist allies. It f?ives a broiul hint that, there arc more strains between the two than appear on a. surf nee overlaid with tremendous propa- Kiinrift nbout their "unbreakable friendship." NKW STl/DKKAKKR — This is one of the models of the 1055 Ktudebaker which went on display at Chatnblin Sales Co., in Blythe- villc today. The Commander Regal is priced with the lowest cost V-B's and has a new 140-horsepower engine. New bigness and roominess of appearance give the Commander series even added luster in eight solid and eight two-tone color combinations. Too Many Car Thefts to Remember BALTIMORE </!',—A IB-ycnr-old *— Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Two building permits were Issued by ihe city engineer last- week, one to Dan Mills to construct a $200 carport at 205 East Missouri and one to Mrs. N. M. Moore to construct a $250 frame storage building. Reai estate transfers recorded' in the cjrcuit clerk's office last week were: : Max ajid Annie Logan to Mino and Annie Dover. Jr., for $1,000, Lot 8, Block 3, Parkview Addition. Susan Moore to Teletna Wilson, for $10 and other considerations, Lot 31, Block 9, W. W. Holllpeter Second Addition. Margaret C. Carney to Thomas and Jane Miller, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 5, and W half of Lot 4, Chickasawba Addition. W. L. and Lula Clark to W. l>. Clark, Jr., for $2,000, Lot 2, Jackson Second, Addition. Pearl Brewer to Bobby and Jean Walden, for $10 and other consideration, E 44 ft. of Lot 8, and W 1 ft. of Lot 9, Block 2, Hearn Addition. Marvin and Mildred Wicker to R. H. (Ted) Green, for SI and other consideration, E 115 ft., Lot 29, Blythe Addition. R. H. Green to Marvin L. Wicker, for $750, Lot 3, Block 29, Blythe Addition. | youth who told police he stole so ninny cars he couldn't remember v:hai he had done wilh all bt them pleaded Kuilty to car theft yesterday. William Henry Ash was sentenced to not more than nine years in prison. He said he usually drove the ears until they ran out of gas and then abandoned them. Prosecutor M. Peter Moser said police had been able to connect Ash with nine thefts of cars or articles taken from stolen cars, including H set of false Leeth. Some o) the articles were found in Ash's home where lie had them displayed lor sale. Moser said. An analysis of the remains of Uccs, killed by flowing lava fro in the volcanic explosion that created it, indicates that Crater Lake, in Oregon, is about 6500 years old. One of Memphis Siamese- T w ', ns £/ e < after M KM PHIS, Tcnn. ijfi — Five- month-old Claudetto Miller rested quietly in her crib today. Her Siamese twin sister Constance died last nifthl, a few hours after separation surgery. The twins, joined at the forehead, stood the operation nicely and doctors said, barring compli-. cations, both were expected to live But Constance went into shock and never came out of it. The earth has an "electric akin" 500 miles high. It is an ionized layer in the extremely tenuous fiirlhesl reaches of the atmosphere, from which certain long radio waves are reflected back to earth. LEVEE NOW TAXES DUE! 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