The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 22, 1947
Page 6
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PACE III BI/YTHEVILLK (ARK.)' COURIER NKW» WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1947 Brazilians Stone Soviet Embassy • Derogatory Remarks : About Dutra Result In Diplomatic Break 1 RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 22. (UP) — Brazil severed diplomatic relations with Russia yesterday a! lew hours after a j'lo'j > of students demonstrating aga-nst the Soviets stoned the. Russian embassy building in the Tijuca residential district. Brazilian authorities had announced last week that they were preparing to sever relations with Russia because of derogatory coin- .ment in the Soviet pvrss nboiit President Eurico Caspar Dutra. i The stoning of the embassy i building stemmed from the antl-! Soviet sentiment prompted by the ] public disdure of Brazil's com-• plaints against Russia. It did not | affect directly the rupture In rela- i tions. already complete except for I the formal proclamation. , j The foreign ministry said a note i informing the. Russian government: of Brazil's decision (o break vela- j (tons was delivered Inle Monday to Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov. : The official announcement, re-. viewing events leadlns up to the break recalled the criticism of Dutra and also mentioned recrnt attack? by the Russians on Dr. Oswaldo Aranhfl. president of the United Nations General AftrmWy and head of the Brazilian delegation. It charged that Brazil had found "no reciprocity on Russm's part to the treatment dispensed Its diplomatic representatives here. While the Soviet ambflSsHdor and hi-; , il- laborators here were extended the courtesy, assurances and fncllUir.s traditionally rtlppensrd to friendly ttatloyiB, trie Bt'nzUian ambassador to Moscow nnd his assiMnnl.s suffered all kinds of restrictions, some of them extremely humiliating." T-Shirt—T for Terrific Doctor Finds None*Starving While on Tour NEW YORK, Get, 22. (UP>—Dr. Victor Jlciser, author of'"An American Doctor's Odyssey," returned from a four month.* trip to France and Italy today and .<jf\id he sow no jstarvlng people or even anybody who looked umlerftid. Bui, Hci.ser added, on his arrival aboarci tlie Italian liner Vulcaiua, h<; Ix-lievtis the Marshal phui i.s still "very necessary" to encourage Europeans lo further help I hem .selv HcLspr -said louring coiisrc.ssm who vciwrtctl Europe's food situation as critical based I heir coin mrnt on "official repwf.s." "1 spoke to the prnplfi nn /arms, in their homes, alotiff the roadside," Hcisor said. "I talked with Ihcir priests." lU'iscr, noM 1 a health ntid Mi/ ud visor to the National Association t of Manufacturers, warned,ilmt Communists were engaged in a violent- 1 ly any-United, Slates propnvsamla campaign in Europe and said tho t United States "should blow i(-s owj) I horn more" to offset it. Wrong Court Appoints \ Tax Adjustment Board ' LITTLE ROCK, Ark,, Oct. 22. rUP) — The Attorney General's of- Telephone Rate Hearings Set For February .LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. ». (UP) — Chairman Charles c. Win« of the Arkansas Public Service Commission said today thai * hp«r- Ing will be held next February on an application o( the Southwestern Bell Telephone Compiny to Increase its rales In Arkansas. Wine said he had abandoned the Idea of holding a joint hearing v.itli .similar commissions In Missouri, Katisa.s and Oklahoma since scheduled their separate hearings! nt two of them already h*ve j for next January. Meanwhile, Minor C. summer*,! chief accountant of the commU-' sion, was hi New York taking depositions and gathering other data lor use at the February heirmit. LUCKY GIRL! flee today advised Faulkner Cotmty Judge Roy Sims that members o? the county equalization board were serving illegally because they were appointed by the county court Instead of by the quorum court. Assistant Atty, Gen. Cleveland Holland ruled that the county court can ajipoinl equalization Iward members only in case of vacancies. Tho situation arose In Fnulkner County when Ihe Quorum Court authorised the county court to appoint Ihe hoard. Gen. Eisenhower Opens Drive by Army to Sell UMT WASHINGTON, Oct. 22. (UP) — Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower said yesterday that Universal Mili'^, Training Is "an important clause in Amcricfin democracy's insurance policy against extinction by WHY." , The Army Chief of Staffs statement was 'regarded as a kick-off In on Army drive to sell the people on Universal Military Trainmp. Tlie administration hopes to get the measure through the next session of Congress. . Eisenhower snirt universal training is a logical peacetime application . of the selective service system used during World Wnr II. He cjil'.ed a, ^equitable method of preparing the sitizcn for his personal defense re- fpo risibility." It was necessary, lie said. so thnt "shaiihr war camp ncain" it would not find the nation unready. ' "So Jons as the use of force ha* not been forever and effectively Janis Carter models a lisle, long-sleeved, crew-neck T-shirt Hint is expected lo be popular al beaeh rcsoils this wii\ler. Jsinis was the 1046 motion plplure "Sweater Gld." Americans Urged to Maintain Spiritual and Political Heritage NF.W YORK, O;-(. 22. (UP)—John I Poslrr Unites snUl Indny that the American people must be resolved lo maintsin their spiritual and po- ittcul herltnifc, which "makes sense- ICM the fear, hfing rccklo^sly .sprcaH, that lor \]s to be strong in faith nnd works is to endanger the pence." The fovclRu atfatrs conselor and United StaLe.s ciolpgnte to the United Nations Asseiuly, who hns been uttac'kcd ns a warmonger by Soviet Deputy Minister of Foreign Ai- fairs Andrei Y. Vishlnsky. spoke at. t!ic Ifitli annusil forutn ol the New York Herald Tribune. Asserting that the American her- itnsc cr>scnti£illy was religious, Dulles said: Freedom cannot he bought and ficacc camint be had at the pricn «t abandnning all taith Hint is dynamic. ] who preach thai, are either knaves or fools. \VhM Is e-^sfinllal i.s that men's faith .should be a righteous faith, bolh in its, sub- .stance and nlwi in its means. "Our society of frprtiom would qui'k'y succumb lo the o verier ci- . .^iitp of others if we renounced a • sense o( mission in the \vorld. \Ve would encounter unronquorable opposition if we sought to make nur Honors Educator ,Thls Is the new three-cent postage stamp honoring the IMe George Washington Carver, renowned Negro educator and scientist. Purple in color, fi will go on "first day" sale Jan. 5, 1048, at Tuskegee Institute, Tus- |Vegee, Ala., where Carver did - most ol his teaching. bnrred troin intevnnViona\ relftU shtps, this rpRponsibilfly must be mnl soberly nnd seriously by Ihe United States." Eisenhower said. He .mid thn defense of thn country called on each American for .service "in the manner most effective for the preservation of our wn\ of life. 1 ' Universal Military Trailing tops the list of legislation the Army hopes will be approved al the next session of Congress. - ny prev;ii] by rniuhl and tern, Tne nred i.s for pur ctlon Inspired, in every j iy the moral law," FOR SALE BY OWNER Grocery building and lot. Kor quick Hale—$2500.00. Now renting for $10.0(1 per month. Also new electric scale's. New electric drink box, checking sljind and all fixtures. Apply at once to— W. P. SHARP Phone 3919 2201) \\ 7 . Chk'kasawba Navy Fighter Pilot's Plane Falls in Ocean QUONSET POINT. R. I.. Oct. 22. (UPI—Ensign Wlllltim Thomas Hll- .Us. 2r>, of Vardaman, Miss., wns killed jTsterclny wlirn his lighter plane berami* cntniiKlrri with n tar- fiel-s\ocvc bt-luK tmved for n wiu^d- I i'oti on maneuvers ami plunged Into the fen. 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