The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 17, 1947
Page 11
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BECEMBEK IT, 1941 Sino-Soviet War Pact Is Revealed Russia to Train, Equip Chines* R«ds; For Present Fighting SHANGHAI, Dec. 17. (UP)—The w^lV r j!'! We CMMM "«w»P«P" f w»hklu Y»tp«o reported yesterday • t Russia has agreed "to train d equip n Chinese Communist divisions for the North Chin* war. The paper »«!d the (mining program WM part of a six-point military pact between the Chinese Communists and Russia reached ourinc three conference In Moscow last month. The pact reportedly calls for Russia to give technical assistance In he military and economic fields la the Chinese Reds in return for assistance to Russia t n event of war In th» Middle East or the Balkans. The Russian-equipped divisions would be used to help form (he "New Republic of Chin.," the newspaper reported. Other polntj or the aliened pact- 1. In event of war In the Balkans or Middle East, Chinese Com- munlsts would «ld Russia with an expeditionary fore* of 200,000 men and a labor force of 1.000,000 Ruula Would Take Over 2. In event of a world war, Russia, would have tupreme command over the Tar Ea»tem war area of Slnklanj, Mtnchual, North Japan North Korea and Inner Mongolia The Chinese Communist commander would be deputy commander of the are and commander In chief of the Chinese are*. 3. Ruula. will obtain Immediate priority for exploiting the mineral resources of North China and formation of a Sino-Russlan trading corporation to oust American Influence In China. *. A Chinese Communist air force •& be established and may be In- clfporated Into the'combined Sino- Riissian air force. 5. Chinese Communists *111 be responsible for formation of a China Intelligence Bureau and the supply of Information on China to Russia. BLTTHETTLt* (ARK.? Disaffiliotor (NBA Telephoto) John L, ijcwls, president o[ the United Mine Workers. leaves UMWi Washington headquarters alter announcing that the union f had "severed connections with the I AFT,. Lewis scrawled the two-word | decision, "We dtsnfflllate," In blue ! crayon, and sent It to AFL President William Green. UN-Group Okays World's Initial Human Rights Bill GENEVA, Dec. 17. (UP)— Hla. tory'» Jtrit International Bill of RacJ«), Heljgloua and Political Rights was adopted last night by the United Nation* Human Rlglili Commission. Repi-esenl«tlve» of 11 natlcmi, Including the United State*. Britain and India, voted for tile bill, Russia, the Ukraine, Vugoslavla and Byelo-KiiMlan abstained, Chile wti absent. PradiiM *xehin«« and 11 Boiton rn dealer, for allecwUy consplrlnic to fix egf prlcM throufhout Ntw England. Tin Indictment returned In Bow- Ion said Ihe alleged conspiracy «- aulKd In higher r«Ull eg* prices throughout the area. It charged the 13 defendants with violation of the federal antl-lriisl lawi. If convicted, the flrmn would be | liable to a maximum penalty of 55.000 fine. Too Many Cggt Placed In One Basket, Grand Jury Finds in Eastern Probe WASHINGTON, Dec. 17 (UP) — The Justice Department announced today that a federal grand Jury hail Indicated th» Boston Frull ,fe CIGARETTES •« CARTO§^?'/ PRC-PAID <Mb.bmm 4 , . 0. STlfLE SALES CO., STEEU. mai'riage licenses yesterday In the ofdce of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county cle,rk. Edwin Booth Spaeth and Miss Pegey Jean Griffin, both of Blvthe- vllle. f scop* Chutes Installed By American Airline* SANTA MONICA, Cal., Dec. 17. <UP>—American Airlines said today that It was Installing a new, fiber glass escape shute,- on Its planes. The announcement followed pas- •engers' complaint to & Civil Aeronautics hearing that they waited dangerous minutes in a burning cabin while an elderly woman hobbled down the only steps. The passengers were on an American DC-8 grounded by (ire at Gallup. N. M. the CAB was Investigating that fire and another crash which killed 91 persons In Bryce Canyon,' Utah. Laney to Sit in Bowl As Jim Fofsom's Guest LITTLE ROCK. Ark,. Dec. 17 (UP1 —Gov. Ben Lancy planned today 'o attend the Dixie Bowl game In Birmingham. Ala.. New Year's Day as the guest of Gov. Jim Folsom of Alabama. The University of Arkansas snri Willlnm nnd Mary meet In the Initial Dixie Bowl, Read Courier News Want Ads for Marriage License ! The following couple obtained n HuMKo _ THE (Dainty COOKING FAT JfsWondertul! It's all Help junior and sis to learn while {hey listen. Develop interest in music. Buy them our recording^ of nursery rhymes, carols, children*! plays for Christmas. Check these Popular Albums: 5?wn*if^ fxr * Af - • •; Vaorhn DcLMlk Rohm Hnod Jlln1or o Company Christmas Carols p.rr. One Strlnx Fiddle '.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.' Pa«l ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Phone 2071 J. W. Adams, Myr. 206-08 W. 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