PAG* TEW (ABX.V COURTF/R NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER J6, 1954 India Calls for Halt To Arms Production UNITED NATIONS. N. Y. (AP) — Tlic long U.N. arms debate neared a close today with a call by India for a halt on weapons production until a worldwide disarmament pact can be reached. India's V. K. Krishna M'-r.on, , last speaker listed In the debate. | sought the floor in the 60-nation Political Committee to present his j appeal for a standstill iiprocinc-nt. The Indian resolution calh'd on the U.N. Disarmament Commission to study ways of sotting up an "armament truce" pending ni'roc- tnent on a disarmament convention. Mcnon previously ui'KCd a halt in the production of ntomii: bombs until measures could !><• set up to eliminate them but nothing j ever came of it. I The resolution circulated among j delegates last night also called on • the General Assembly to recess in December—instead of adjoiirninn- ^ so it could reconvene quickly if the j Disarmament Commission' issued j » report requiring immediate ac- , tion. | Quick Vote Kxpeclfd Alter Mcnon's speech the committee is expected to press for a quick vote on a resolution to set up secret five-power disarmament talks again. The resolution-co- gponsored by Russia. Prance, Britain, the Onited States and Canada —appeared certain to win approval. The live nations held a scries of fruitless meetings on the issue In London earlier this year. Russia's Androt Vlxnlnsky held the floor for two hours and 40 minutes yesterday while he blasted the London and Parts agreements on West German rearmament and challenged the Western Powers to match Soviet efforts toward disarmament agreement. In his longest speech on the arms question this year, Vishlnsky told the Western Powers, "You, can't have new pacts which make for aggression while you arc supposedly seeking disarmament, in the U.N." AimillK his barbs mainly at the United Suite.'--. Vishlnsky declared Hussia shied away from cqspon- -onm; the rfsnllllimi lor new (Us- | armament talks until the other j powers agreed In delete nil refer- j dice to an American plan calling j for control measures to enforce disarmament. Clnimmg the American scheme j was based on the old Baruch Finn, t which Russia bitterly opposed, ' Vishinsky asked: "Would the con- irol organ be the super special sacred cow which could operate without appeal?" II (hat were the case, he said, Kii.sMa, finding herself in the minority on a control organ, would have no protection. B* THE COUNTY COUKT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTV, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ANNEXATION OP TERRITORY TO THE CITY OP BLYTHEVIUjE, ARKANSAS NOTICE Notice Is herby given that there has been filed in the County Court for the Chickasnwba District ol Mississippi County, Arkansas, the petition of Mississippi County Lumber company to annex to the City of Blylhevllle the following described realty: A tract of land carved out of the West Half of the Northwest Quarter (W'i NW!i> of Section Ten (10), Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Eleven 111) East, described as beginning at a point 1266 feet 8 inches South and -HO Seel East of the Northwest corner of said Section Ten, (which point Is the Southeast corner of Lot Eight (8), . Block One (1). Country Club Area Addition to Blytheville, thence North 0 degrees 33' West 325 feet, thence Eats 820 feet more or less to the West right-of-way line ol the SI. Louis-San Francisco Railroad, thence South 0 degrees 33' Bust along said railroad right-of-way j line 325 feet, thence due West! 820 feet more or less to the point j of beginning and containing G.12 acres more or less. Said petition will be heard on the 22nd day of November, 1DM, i in the County Court in the Courthouse at Blytheville, Arkansas. This Oct. 18, 1954. SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER. Few Workers Return to Dock Jobs in London LONDON <fh — The government, looked hopefully todny for sitfns of a mass back-to-work movement to j end nrltain's paralyzing dock .strike. The strike now Is in iUs 23rd riay. Slightly more than 1,000 men resumed work yesterday in London nncl >luH, nnd union officials werr, striving to net the 43,000 workers still out u> follow suit. Other big ports hit by the unofficial walkout include Liverpool, Southampton and Bir ken head. Chief issue in the work stoppage is a demand by the dockers to put overtime work on a voluntary basis. The government completed plans yesterday for calling out troops to unload ships. Use of troops has been held up in the hope the strike will end soon Tim strike spread yesterday to Manchester, where 500 ol the port's 2.300 dock workers left their jobs. Soldier Killed by Shell FT. RILEY. Kan- M>—Pfc. Cloyd 13. Shneffer, 1H, Umn, Ohio, vms killed and four other soldiers slightly injured yesterday on a training exercise when a defective round of ammunition fired by a -1.2111111 mortar exploded In the nlr about 15 feet after leaving the firing tube. Japanese Visit Reds TOKYO (VP)—Two groups of Japanese officials are flying back to Tokyo tonight after a trip through Red China aimed at developing closer ties between the two nations. 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