The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 7, 1947
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^THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1017 Earthquake Kills One in Santiago Cuban City of 62,000 Rocked by Tremblers; Hundreds Leave Home SANTIAGO !);•'. CU11A. AH". 7. IUI 1 ) — ji'oiir rai tlK|imk<'>; sin >k eastern cul/:i dnriiiK Hie niii.!, leaving one person dead :irr! ien injured. The (temblors, ]asiin« up to 15 .*<•• comls each. cr;»'.;(d binklin-;.; -i dred.s of per.sons ,ae,.'^; to |>, ; , ,;s lo .slci?|> out the r.: hi. Oilier Inealil'e-: •:,, K:,';lern Cnha reported leelinn (He .vluu-ks, hit-, i.h.e only casualties were repnried in Santiago de Cuba, a city of '12 (,03 Population. The lone iaialiiy ,\M.^ allritinted In a he:ut alhu-k, !>•!', liilMliK dehi is vas hhnned For injuring others. uvo seriously. IClcctric po\ver in .Santiago de (-ul)il was knnc-ked out, ior on.? hour and -10 luimiles. In 1113:). an eanhqiiake in Ihe city took many lives -and caused extensive property dniiKiRC. Punic spread throunh Ihe city U'lun llnve additional quakes occurred duriii" the early niorniiu; llonr.s and many persons ieit the eilv. .sec'kiiij; safety in Ihe eomury- .side. Cuban Army r.nd Navy authorities took over Ihe task of maintaining order. BLYTHKVIMJSJAKK.) COUKlBIt NEWS World Troubles Prove Need for Effective UN To Make Global Peace More Than a Mere Dream llv S. lU'UTCIN IVKATII N'KA Slal'f (N,riTs|H)in1enl l.AKK SUCCKSS. N. V.. . 'NKA) ,_ |.'mm a si'itl in tlic> f\ nailery: 'I'lu' Atomic Kiu-1'j.y Commission wsu aiiniittiiu: llial it i-oulJ n,.i iiuhirr. liiissiii to ro along- on an isstif so vital that (In- othor nalinns ha<l (c, hstainl firm. Amhvi A. tiroinvko was iiil'onmnjv the Sccunly Council Ilia! tin-Soviet Union would nr-vor I'cmsiMil to M commission to watch the CriTo-l!;d!<im !r"''!Til!:i \v;ir situation little 1 Allmnia was li'lling the world thai tlui United Nations had no i!;,.., T i,, ...,,,| inside her Lorelei's "• • • Ml " ! PAGE THREE - \'»l " res!s in,,.,, L-eliel, K••.. junta,,, u ,.,,.e,| 'n. ; ..|. ,,,„ Corn Be/f H/f Hard Jby Dry Hot Weather CHICAGO. AUK. 7. cUP> — Cora uc'll. raiuiers i:iossed iheir tini.cri today nnd jjrayed lor a drencliiii'- i-ain to save .sti'ui'l'li!].; crops from serious ilrxiia<\e But I he wciitheniian Kav c them little hope. The corn crop, beaten by .sonic of the worst corn- Browinjj wcalhci- in years, was in itrcont need or heavy rains wliliin I be .next, lew diiys. The wcathenniin could promi*- oidy scnltereil thnndersliovvt-rs. Already considerable damage vva i reported on the sun-parched prairies where corn, the nation's basic [•rop, is Hi-own. .Some runners compared the hot. dry winds s wee|ii:i across their fields wilii (hose of Hie droughts or t!-,e middle 1030's. The crop outlook was ruflecte.! on the Chicago Board o[ Trade. where September corn luturcs rcjsr- J.I. Raymond <;, .luhnsuii, lell, i! Cal<!',vell. Ohio, and r'nmk ContKuijdilon, uf Spniie.lield, Mass., niiike a lin:,l id;.ntilii'iitioii cl:.eck i.iefon- tli-'interring one <i[ ij,u AniiM'iean war dead al Ihe U. S. Military Cemetery at ]!(.nri-Cha[,< lie. IVIi;iii!i>. First .shipload of fili'.'U Unit's is expected lo k-avo for the U. S. early in October. ' Cotton Council Head f-o Spe«k On Kv S. lillliTON IIK,VI'II NKA Sliil'f ('iiiTes|niiuli',,t In Ihe Committee on Achinssion o! Me:,- Members. Griiinvkii 1 -: lo;l dcjlilly leilnu: Uitsnin's all'i.s ilallj' that they were liars. :m;l the iircused reiiri'seiuiitives uf Ilie other ixmers were bawling hi:n out in the slronjiesl lan.;,ia^e \rt lu\ird in this eupilol ol Hie x.orid. In offices ;md col riders, ile'k; and porters, Mvtclaric.s and mes- sen^i rs earrietl on tiieir rool ; :i.' r.s though nnihini; 0111 <H I lie ui- diniiry was ]ia|i|)i-nin'i Hlanr.nj; Kiissia-ino.s: ol them lor tl,.- im- p.isse. hut assuming that e'/eiy- lliinjf would work ii.self om. Jl.nior executives were K:\:, ia;: lo Iricnds. ofi tin record, ;h,u Hie Uiiiled Nations was lacing a vi- lal te.'jt. Il iniua Imd .so:ne s,.iu- lion. ihe.v said, lor either 'lie Balkan .situation o]' llial in Pat.' i'.ine. or iKilh, or ils ])reslie.e \voniil c l r*i() on', ol siuhl. And Sir Alexander c;.,,|,^an, lirhish ambassador, thai ( nioinenl lo make clear 'lo -ne he i had never .said Unit, U the Ual- jkan sitiKiliun «as not .solved, "we mivht as well tear nj> the di;'i'- tei—and p:uk up." I.NriIlNGi:i) SOVKKKICN'I V 'Otir failure lo ln:d suv!'. a MEMPHIS. Ti'tin. AH... 7. (UIM another ordinal y failure. did .say and do say i,; that we migbt as well lear up the charter —and 1:0 huriu- it we vre pre- si B hled reason dial such in at- ftW At. the UN Hei'nriiy Council. Kussia's Andrei in veto us Poland's <;:;v:ir;e .Id, i :!:• Sueh disaitreemenls disi'!.ina.;e Ihe world, l,n see lio|>e in the taet can Iry lo eoinproini:. Ihe spec'iali/nd ai-eoei, i'^:-:£i^ 1 K'..Si!S.*J'-jj^t..^ n ^ v _^ lom.Mai raises Ills I land r, a uoncommi'ai ally ''I Hie UN leader:;, wlu • '.t' ond \\ hiell nal lour MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES 1 his Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief V.'hcn <lisorc!ir«,r kidney fui.e'tin.nwm'ita B0150I10U3 matltr So remain in your LlooJ. it ™>y c.msp miecma liacknrhc, ilicuinallr JJ.i.ns, JeK lining, loss of ])i-j) ami entity. KL'l- rJ'!ln'(^ l ^ : !, <i: ' chca ""'' J'zzi"«s. i-Vcuiicnt or tonier Y^ 3 %vitjl Enjartini: nnil Lurnink; ^nn : «illTik°-™r a in!sii sl f, )r D Mn ' 3 , ''-' sn" 1 ,", 1 ,"^ 1 £'^.M, ""'" nl "' ( ' v '' s llW!lv lr " m lhlM ' 1 " sll ' ll "«'-"ts ol 111.' United Nations tion's so^L'reignty. The Uniled Nations a;>i)ccts And Warren A'.islin, who ii'itli Groiuykoaiul Ca^o^un eompieUs Ihe ''ClB Three" delegalion, m.ule ,,, „ ,, , i'"'iil abundantly ih;,| th.j v .-rv , < '•„ I'","''' •'", "•' a 'lroi:l>!es that dlsconraijo many '.».IL" Ihe teie , , ', - te.uie.s of col, ,„, I,,H a K ncuUuiv Ti:e l.vo-driy coiifereiu-e will sc't-i . to develop ide::- for increasing '.h . ,„ hi]n . ,-vidence (Hat the "united Nil Lions is vitally needc-d by the v/oild. "The issues, the aretnuenls. the And nr. Oscar dele;;ide. "as a Ki, ordination of reeoM'-U'iic-liuii :ti various ,Ei,vo| ean eonntries." a,e 10 spei-iali/.ixl nf: eics covering a wide Scorco Newsprint Burns; Loss Placed at Million , f inn <'' s:| 6i'cemeiils and llic agreements I lull have crowded l,he brkl lilu of the United Nations all are de'n- C'list.ri'.lions of llic need for siic-h an cir^n]rz:ilion," he luUI me. "They clearlv show the I'.-.-er.iiv NEW VOI5I'- .\i,.. 7 ui|., _ p - If'"' "laintainins: and develoivm; n. Ihousand ton, 'of nev prnl Vas -- 1(mB , !ls '-^"'seiHalives ,,f Ihe c'eslrnvf,! n-,,' ii " l S1)111U ;' ls i>-.= nieniher nations coidaaue to <.<.sl,oj«d ea:,v todnv ,n a SDt-tt-l. nM , ( . u tl . ( , c , a ,, ft ., t ., lcc ,,„„,, u , ois:uss the Issues, voice 'hi-ir sn- , rUn ' " ' jpiiions. and .seek to mediate Ilicir ine );api'r. o«net, l)y five New uisjnites. there is alwa'.s hope lor SS^oV.!'^/'''''^,-!^''^' ''V' S va!llc<1 '!' iasreemcnt. lor progress, lor I'eacu. mi.ed at $,].()! li.lilll). jea.'.es dirficult to cure. Thev "row JJic ni-w.-piii.: hartlnen stored in j'.vorseif they are ignored or iso- iiip warehouse pending transfer to i worse if they are i<;nore:l er is.i- v!".!'' .? w ";'<-"<>uscs of llic Rally iiinued work' and continnod uiih ,. V ' ,'^'"' v ^" rl: '1'iiues. tlie Neviare far inore effective rinvaUves. jork Worlci-Ti 1,-,.,•.,,,,. iheSun and ! It would b? the hislll ol lolly lo 11 l ronrev-v _ s t a]) treating the aihnenl.s : rni|il.v because the ecmiomic. scci. 1 .! ami for! nolilical iicalth of the world car. jccl-s. The international lal«,r O, - \\\ ,', ".,:,: I '•""" Kani/.alion. taken over Hie Leiiuiie 11,,, ,'1,.' ,..."., ,,'... ,,,„ of Nations, already is Imiclionin/:. ,„." '.'' '''"' The World Hcahl,-cremation, in w i ' ,'..i " I roiim. ihr air-fnetion heat- not lie achieved overnight." 1 «ui:!>rsonic mis- The diplomats all led thit too " l ; : .' v .." J " lcr v-:ly litt'c credit is heine, given lo Ilie 'I C-'ahfoi'iiia j Uniteci Nations tor the activities i |of th(- relatively non-con!rove;sial jy:'-i c ; ( iay to an all-time liiqli of Economic and Social Council, and f-'.M- :: a ijtlshel. 111 < ii.'ere ami Ilie |.'nr Kii'.t, 1 ' i' ' er-ani/ed. 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