The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1948 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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TWELVB Soviet's Efforts to Spread 'Red' Doctrine is Stumbling Block in Peace Move, Bey in Tells Britons By Homer lenki ! UBH»i mm SUM Conrspondtnt :•;•' IX*nX», U»y 4. (DP.)-There \K little hope of any re.l or lasting MiUMMDt with Rjiwia M long u »h« persists In ipwading Communism throughout th« world, Foreign Secretary Ernest. BcvJn told the Hou.w of Common* todty. i B^rtn 1 * tUtenwnt came u he opened a two-day foreign policy dcbMe ^i Oaaaaora with the flat .tatemcnt that British forces will remain'jn Berlin d««pite any Russian efforts to oust them. r Th« foreign wcretary praised trir « ^ Western Europnn union formed at Bruawls »-> providing hope for reaching agreements with Russia oo specific iisues, and said he liop- •d discussion would "take the place o< provocations" and the war of _BLYTHEVTU,E (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS nerves In occupied Germany "would end > Soviet Ambassador George Zaru- bin sat in the diplomats' gallery as Bevin began his realistic review nt Britain's foreign affairs and, after discussing Britain's difficulties with Russia, admitted he saw scant hope of any final »greemcnt with the Soviet Union as long as the latter persisted in spreading Communism. [ Kejecte European Federation :. Bevin rejected the idea of a European federated stale. ' Bevin praised the Brussels pact providing for a five-power Western European union, and said It would mean close cooiwraton of- the five nations in economic, financial, social, cultural and military affairs. -' Sena's statement rejecting the idea of a federated Europe dashed hopes of * group comprising botli labor and conservative members ol parliament who had hoped that the Western, Union pact ot Britain, France, Belgium, the Netherlands »nd Luxembourg might lead to Immediate creation ot such a federation. • Before the foreign policy deb.iie opened in a crowded house, WAT Secretary Emanuel Shlnwell, replying to a question, said that the Jewish forces In Palestine of Hag>nah and Irgun Zvai Leuml have, mor* than 100 armored cars. He did not know any tanks. . whether they have Livestock 1 ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- TARHS, III., May t. (USDA) — .(UP)— livestock: > Hogs 13,000; all salable and com- : pares with 19,500 yesterday Uneven; 'opened actively. 170-230 Ibs stro_ng to 35c higher; heavier weights ; mostly steady; l«o Ibs down, steady .to 25c lower; sows 23-SOc higher. ; Later tradf slow. Bulk good and choice 1TO-230 Ibs 31-21.50; Practi- ;c«l top Z1.50; part load early. 21..IS; 340-270 Ibs 19-20.50; 270-300 Ibs !l7SO-l»; 300-375 Ibs 16.75-17.50- 130:180 To* 1750-20; 100-120 Ibs 14.50;17; sows 4W Ibs down 14.75-1550- o^•er 450 Ibs., 13.75-14.75; stags 11- OiittJi 4,000 Mlable 3,000- calf r«- «*tpt» 1,000. All salable. Light su;>- WT _ "t^ Cattle Includes only abon Senator Flays Treatment by Alabama Police WASHINGTON, May 4. (UP) — Sen. Glen H. Taylor of Idaho said yesterday that Birmingham, Ala police took him for a ride on dark, deserted roads before booking him on » disorderly conduct charge Saturday night. During the ride Saturday night he said he was questioned by police officers. The third party vlce-presl- dcntlnl candidate displayed his torn shirt and a scratched hand to the Senate In an account of his brush with thfe Alabama police. He -salt! he "was not given a private cell befitting the dignity of a Senator," but was thrown in the bullpen with "drunks and common criminals." But, he added, "the folks In tlie bull pen were much ulcer people than the officers" outside. Taylor was arrested after nv tempting to enter a conference of the Siuthern Negro Youth Conference through a door marked "Negroes." He was fingerprinted and then released under *100 bond. Greeks Execute 754 Reds and Guerrillas ATHENS. May 4. (UPj-Grcetc Working for Jerusalem Truce Despite the pessimistic report* from the UN's security Council truce commission In Jerusalem that the Palestine .Ituation Is "detertoratine rapidly," diplomats at Lake Success are contlnulr^efjorls for a truce in KrwHtonl Old City. M o«he Shertok. left, of the Jewish Agency, talks with Roger oarreau, French UN delegate to the Trusteeship Council. (NEA Telephoto.) Pulitzer Prizes Awarded in Fields Of Journalism for Work During '47 NEW YORK, May 4. (UP)—The St. Louis Post-Dispatch was awarded the Pulitzer Prize yesterday for the most disinterested and rnerl x. ay 4. (UPj-Grcetc firing squads executed 154 alleged torious public- service rendered by an American newspaper during 1947. The newspaper received a gold medal costing $SOO for its coverage of the Centralln, III., mine disaster and subsequent stories which resulted "In Impressive reforms in mine safety laws and regulations." Other winners of 1948 Pulitzer Prize awards announced by the trustees of Columbia University were: For a distinguished example of local reporting, a prize of $500 to guerrillas and Communists today' Ocorgc E - °° ocl «'In of the Atlanta for the biggest, single day's work In ! Joum »l 'or his story of the Telfalr a long series of mass executions County vote fraud. South Pacific." n? 1r ~ P ' ayW '' itiniJ ' $5M to Tennessee 5 " A Strectcnr For distinguished book on American history, «500 to Bernard De Voto, for "Across the Wide Missouri " For American biography, $500 to Marg nre t Clapp f<Jr "Forgotten First Citizen: John Bigelow." me of v for " The 'tJ' e commit(ee also 1500 prize to Walter his Symphony No. 3 °" " IC " Olnl "»tlo" of »500, to B« of Anx- awarded a Piston for the Na- Authorities reported thnt the"biilk of ^those executed today had been under death sentence for time far purported crimes long com- For distliiguistiert repoi'llng on imtlonnl ndalrs, two awards of $500 encli, to Bert Andrews of the New York Herald Tribune and to Nat from a government cute everybody now under sentence. mately 25 per cent ol receipts cavs. Opening trade active on all ulasaos with some steers and butcher yearlings strong to 50c higher. Cowi, fully steady. Bulls unchanged. Veal- ers 1,50 lower. Pew loads and lots - ^^^ 118 Si"™* ° ( tional sfTairs, $500 award to W. Ward of the Baltimore 'or articles on "Life In the Soviet Union." Editorial Writer Wins . For distinguished editorial writ-' to exe-|p aU ] death ; Sun good and choice steers 28.75-31.75; medium kinds 27.50-28; good and diofce heifers and mixed yearlings 28-30.50; odd head good cows 24.".---•."•• ",.?'"> "•""" 24.50; common and medium 19.50- lomds of ateeri. with approxl- 23; cnnners and cutlers 15-19.50. .1, e National Academy of Design, the committee awarded a $1.500 scholarship In art to Philip Moose, of New York Postal Receipts Register IS Per Cent Gain in April Postal receipts for April of this year arc 15 per cent greater than for the same period Inst year J p Friend, assistant postmaster announced today. ' w^voR 1 " 8 ' m thfs month tot »' C[| $9138.98 RS compared to the $7.990.58 last year. Tuberculous Control Talk Dr. A. C. Curtis, of the Tube-- culosls Control Division of the Stato Health Department In Uttle Rock, will be the principal speaker at the Mississippi County Medical Society meeting at the Hotel Noble at p.m. tomorrow. The meetiilg will be a cemblnod dinner and business meeting, Dr. P E. Utloy, secretary announced today. Kiwanit Presents Flags Three flags have been presented to children's groups IrTancl around Blythevllle by K. H. Rjrd, chair- U.S. Marines Seeking Recruits in Blythevilli .Master Bgt. E.N. Amos of the United States Marines has been assigned to Blythevllle to be in charge of a recruiting station which has been established In the City Hall wrgeaiit Amos arrived yesterday] 28 he I man of the underprivileged children committee, on behalf of the Kiwanls Club. gs were presented to Boy Seoul Troop No, 38 at the First Christian Church, to Trop No. 31 at ihe American Legion Building an.i to the children of the No, 9 School yesterday. ' TUESDAY. MAY 4, 1948 R*ad Courier Newi Want Ad*. I Read Courier Ntws Want Ad«. Reuben Goldberg York Sun. For outstanding news photography. »500 to I-rank Gushing of the Boston Traveler. . • -• ••* «*>ii"v.i]i«i <_fOHi(, tins morning when they failed to appear on charges of driving a car while under the influence o f intoxicating liquors. The men were An' Stanley. Howard Peck and We Have Room for 100 MORE COATS! Chrysler Air -Temp Refrigeration Preserves Your Furs the Way You Want Them Preserved! 0« - ,.„„ In Only t H.un HUDSON CLEANER TAILOR CLOTHIER ilk, Ark. , Mo, A ixtC Masterpiece eagram's SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN. SUNDEO miSKl~8S.S P,oof. 65% Gram Neutral Spirits. SEagram-Dislilleis Corporation. N.Y Display and Storage Cases Reach-In Refrigerators Freezers • Self Service Display Cases • Beverage Coolers • Market Coolers Williams Refrigeration Co. 116 Lilly St. Phone lilytheville, Ark. 4397 HOTFOOD Anywhere Anytime IN 12 MINUTES! 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