The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1953 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 29,1953 U.S. Wants to Know Who Will Sit in Peace Confab By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON (AP) — The answer to this question — what nations will take part in the Korean peace conference? — is of great concern to the United States. But no one, including the United States, has the answer yet. BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COUKrER NEWS PAGE THREE Army Tells Of Massacre On one side of the peace table will be the Chinese and North Korean Communists. On the other will be the United States and South Korea and some members of the United Nations. But just who those other D. N. delegates will be is to be decided [ some time between 'and late October. mid-August Secretary of State Dulles was reported to have told a Senate foreign relations subcommittee behind closed doors recently that one of his gravest problems is how to prevent this country being outvoted by other U. N. members at the conference. Withdraw Troops? Whether the United tSates would be outvoted by its friends would depend on the issue being considered. For instance: should the Communists and the United Nations withdraw all their troops from Korea? One State Department official said he thought the United States would do in the peace conference what it does regularly In the U. N. Itself: It tries to iron out differences between itself and others before there is any formal open voting The peace conference opens about Oct. 28. On Aug. 17 the U. N. General Assembly meets in New York to pick a place for the conference and consider the composition of the U. S. delegation. The U. N. has 60 members. ; ) The fighting against the Communists in Korea was made in the name of the U. N. but only about one quarter of the 60 contributed any fighting forces. Besides the United States anc South Korea, which is not a U. N member, these were the only U. N. members who provided ground 01 air forces: Britain, Australia, France, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, jjelgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Greece, Turkey, Ethiopia, The Philippines, Thailand and Colombia. Small Contribution Some of those 15 contributed only a tiny fraction of the fighting force. Should all of them sit down with the United States and South Korea? And what of others which didn't contribute any fighting strength at all? India, for instance, might be given a delegate's seat at the conference because It had worked for an armistice. Would Russia be included in the U. N. delegation? Russia not only Christians Are Arrested BONG KONG (/?)— A pro-Nationalist newspaper today said 30 Christian clergymen in the Communist China city of Szewui were arrested Monday on charges of guiding a plane which dropped anti-Red leaflets over the city. The newspaper Wah Kiu Yat Po said the clergymen were tried and beaten, then released. didn't help the TJ. N. forces but i State Department that officials contributed supplies for the Com. munists on the other side. At the General Assembly meeting next month the United States no doubt will fight to have at the most only those nations which contributed fighting forces allowed to take part in the conference. Perhaps it will try to get the assembly to authoriez an even smaller pence delegation. But there Is no indication at the there yet know what their position will be in the assembly meeting. They don't seem to have made up their minds yet. No decision is likely until after Secretary of State Dulles returns from South Korea. He Is flying there this weekend to confer with President Syngman Bhee. Dulles has indicated he would object to Russia as a U. N. representative. MAMA'S LITTLE ANCHOR—Patty Lou, Dalmatian mascot of San Francisco's Engine Company No. 2, won't be answering alarms for a while. The reason: Eleven new pups. AM Papers Have Beef WASHINGTON (ff>) — Presiden Eisenhower's staff has been asked tc try to time some of his news conferences so that morning newspa pers will get first crack at publishing the resulting news. A morning newspaperman, Edward T. Folliard of the Washington Post, told White House Pres: Secretary James C. Hagerty at thf secretary's news conference yesterday that the outlook seemed to be "warmed over news" for the morn- Ing papers. Hagerty did not sa; what would be done. The President has held 12 news conferences in the morning—afternoon newspaper time—and two later in the day. Several weekly conferences have been skipped, Including one for today. ike Laments Traffic Losses WASHINGTON W>) -Pre siden Eisenhower says the death and destruction caused by highway accidents is the result of folly and indifference. He has proposed tha something be .done about it. The President met yesterday with about 30 persons, mainly from the fields of industry, insurance, transportation and publishing. He called the meeting as a prelude to a conference early next year on Highway safety, expected to be attended by 2,000 to 3,000. Mark Clark On Way Home TOKYO UP) — Gen. Mark Clark, U. N. and Far East commander, left today for the United States. As he boarded a plane he told newsmen. "We haven't violated the armistice as far as I know." The Communists today said the Allies have violated teras of the armistice on eight occasions. The general and Mrs. Clark will visit a daughter in San Francisco and attend the wedding of their ;on In New Orleans Aug. 3. Clark will go to Washington afterward for top-level conferences. Hammarskjold's 48th Birthday UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (/Pj— U. N. Secretary General Dag Ham- rarskjold planned business as usual today in observance of his 48th birthday. This 'time though, he added an extra assignment—departure by plane for Geneva. He will report, there to the U. N- Economic and Social Council on a disagreement with the United States over denial of bisas on security j grounds to several persons wanting ' to attend U. N. sessions. Read Courier News Classified Ms. Wires and cables for high tern- perature applications have silver- plated copper conductors, available with chemical - resisting insulation in 14 colors. Temperatures from minus 55 to plus 200 degrees Centigrade do not cause the insulation to become brittle or soft. • Puppies • • parakeets • • Kittens • • Canaries • • Tropical Fish • —All Pet Supplies— The PET SHOP Mrs. N. G. Jerome 1M S. Division Ph. 8075 Guaranteed Watch Repair 8p«cM $ ~%.50 Tour watch to disassembled, cleaned, plioti pol- Uhed and hair-sprint ad- luited. Chronographs and automatic! not Included. 3 Day Service Thompson JEWELER Nett Door to Wade Pirn. Formosa Representative Back from Washington TAIPEH, Formosa (/Pj—MoJ. Gen. William C. Chase, chief of the U. Military Assistance Advisory Group to Nationalist China, returned last night from 16 days of conferences in Washington. When its time To Repaint / You'll save money by selecting good paint. Good paint lasts longer and the longer intervals between painting lowers your annual cost. \Vc recommend VAN-CALVERT Paints, made by "America's Oldest Mixed Paint House." Phone 4552 and we will figure the cost and recommend a good painter. E.G. LUMBER CO. were heavy losses of personnel and Chinese coins of 200 B.C. were the huge crater's eruption settled Communist offensive on the East- equipment, but they were not de- shaped like articles they would pur- Central Front. It was one of the worst massacres of Americans in the Korean six inches deep on Tokyo, 60 mllei chase. To buy a dress, you Would use a coin shaped like the human was in 1785. when a French bal- War and the second In Korea tor A total of 990 hirness racing yearlings sold for $1,957,200 last SEOUL Wi— The Army today said loonist dropped n dog in a basket the 555th Field Artillery Battalion The battalion came out with only to which a parachute was attach- Fuji, sacred mountain of Japan, was the American unit overrun by five of its 105mm howitzers. There highest in the history of the sport. illations TRUSSES Spring or Elastic Abdominal Belts Kity Drag Stores - — — — ™ » «*^* • ^vi • | Sff« F !5.T! l . E SMK WTH THE BEMIS c " TRADE- oK^^I^L^' ASPHA1 - T BOTTOM * N D OUR NEW PLASTIC BOTTOM, OUR RUSTIC BOTTOM BAO HAS BEEN FULLr FIELD TESTED ftHDT WILL OUTL THREE OB MOHE RECUUR DUCK BAGS. Manvfaetured &y BEMIS BRO. BAG CO. MEMPHIS J, TINN. For Sale By All LEADING JOBBERS For Fine Foods, Choose PICKARD GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries We Deliver Call In 2043 Come In 1044 Chick. FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant - Promised Land THE WINNER — Mrs. Charles Rlggins smiles happily as she receives the key to her 11-cubic foot GE home freezer from Jlmmie Edwards of Jimmie Edwards Furniture Company, Mrs. Biggins won the home freezer by winning Jimmie Edwards' GE Count the Circles Con- test. Looking on are George Clark (left) of the Courier News advertising department and Clyde Mlddlcton of General Electric Supply, Memphii, who served as Judges in the contest. WE OFFER OUR HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS TO- MRS. CHARLES RIGGINS 501 South Franklin, Blytheville WINNER OF OUR GE COUNT THE CIRCLES CONTEST. \ For winning the Count the Circles Contest Mrs. Riggins has been presented with an 11 cubic foot GE Home Freezer. We are certain that Mrs. Riggins will enjoy this GE Home Freezer just as we are certain that you will enjoy one. Remember, you too can enjoy all the conveniences of this masterpiece of home freezers for only $429.95. So come in today for a free demonstration. To the hundreds who entered our contest we offer our sincere "thanks." We are sorry that each and every one of you could not win the big prize but we deeply appreciate the time you took to enter the contest. Again we say "thanks." ALWAYS SEE Jl Jimmie Edwards 301 E. Main FURNITURE CO. Phone2487

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