The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 23, 1947
Page 2
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER tt, 194t Byrnes Opposes Secretary Early Action :.On German Treaty OOUJMB1A, 8 O, Oct' Jj". (UP) Secretary of State James Bqrik Robbers Caught P.'BjTOW reiterated last, night hi: belief :• that If the Russian army doe* not leave Bait*rn . XJerm any voluntarily then tb* ! United State* and other nation* must band' t»- getbet" to t«e, "measures of last resor^!*., against the Soviet Unlon. Bui-he denied that this meirit. as Interpreted In a United Press dl*p»fch,-th«t he called for the UK of force • If necessary to drive the Red army out. Byrnes made his statement In a speech to the South Carolina Orand Lodge ot Masons. It was his first format speech since resigning as secretary hi January and was made eight days after publication of hli memoirs, "Speaking Frankly." . ; - .' ' • • ' •,-.' Moat of the ipeech-wns devoted to hi* proposals for .dealing with Buaata, on the German question. He urged the United States, Brl- I tain and France — without Russia If necessary — to call "now" * general German peace conference of all nations which declared war en Germany. j CrgH Immediate Action j , "If they are going! to do it a' year hence, — why not do It now," I he said. . . . , I Byrnes specifically deplored a United Press dispatch about his book on-Oct. 15, the day of publication: He said he was satisfied that in hU book he had given convincing evidence of hU adherence to-"the policy of patience and roy abhorrenee of wa.r.." "Therefore." he added, ."you cnn Imagine my surprise when I read In a newspaper In Washington a •lory by United Press that I proposed 'that the United States am swer Russia's 'obstructionism' oh atomic ^energy and German peace treaty .'agreements with better (ind more atomic bombs nnd with a decision to drive the Red army out of Germany by force If necessary. 1 ". . . fortunately my words were Drlnted. Interested persons will read them and will learn . the word •force' was not used by me and that In connection with the German question, there was absolutely Two wouldd-be bandits were captured by fast shooting citizens of Sedgwlck, Kansas, and held until the arrival of police officers. Prom left to right: Sheriff H. W. Goodman, Harvery County, Donald Tate 17, driver of getaway car; Vernon Stroberg, county attorney for Harvery County; Dentil S. Marlar, 21, who held up the bank, and Sheriff Bob Gray of Scdgwlck County. (NBA Telcphoto.) Street Falls Blamed On High Heels DETROIT (UP)—The city fathers sat listening to the third feminine claimant in one morning ask for damages for Injuries sustained on the sidewalks of Detroit. "Why Is It," Council President George Edwards nsked, "that only women try (o collect money from the city fir falling on sidewalks?' He got a quick answer from fames H. Walsh, assistant corporation counsel: "It's simple. It's the women who wear high heels and nine out of 10. of the people who trip on sidewalks tire women." "Has anybody ever thought ot suing the designers' of women'* shoes?" Edwards asked. Nobody had. The council then agreed to pay llio woman's doctor bills. turn of the century. The park on "W w ° ul d "»>mlnate the rocks at the site fell Into disuse, however, night next year. when street car excursions to the area, were abandoned. W. J. Finch and C. W. Allen,' both of Erie, Va., recently pur-' chased the park and are planning a highway Into the area. They said "Shining Face" Program Started in Schools NEW YORK (UP)—Public school authorities have itart«d an experiment they hope will result In clean hand* and face* among the null fry. During the war years, most public school* had wash basin*, but no soap and no towels. Twelve tchoUa- now are being equipped with aoap and two new type* of hand dryer*. One hand dryer employ* air heated with infra-red ray* to evaporate moisture frotnthe tkln. The other has a heating element like that of a hair dryer. School authorities uid cloth towels co*t too much and paper towel 1 clog the plumbing. Biting on Thermometer May Be Outmoded ST. I/3UIS (UP) — The day Uu doctor thrusti a thermometer between your teeth may be drawing to a close. A new type temperature-measuring device which its makers claim operates Instantaneously has reached the demonstration stage. All you do U touch the recorder to any part of the body and It registers your temperature automatically, according to the manufacturers. The American Hospital Association already has had a preview of how the device work*. No BOSTON (UP! _ nobody wat killed In the rush when Boston veterans, hard-pressed by the housing shortage, (pitted the following advertisement In a newspaper: "For 8»le: Hue mbiJrban home Co«t new *M3,MO but can for leas in quick s*M". •and Used Electric • MOTORS Suited to any UM. Come in 1/30 to 1 Vi horse power sizes. Supply Is Hot Unlimited Mrs. Morrell DeRelgn of Caruthersville, Mo., I* In New York City this week where she attended the Herald-Tribune Forum at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Monday through Wednesday.. . | __ She is president of the MU'.ouri Federation of Wamen'a Club« and last week represented that state at a meeting of the board for the General Federation of Women'* Clubs. Tile board meeting was held In Washington. in & Lane ELECTRIC LANE 129 S. First Phone 2180 Ole Man Winter It Just Around the Corner Lei us remove Ibe water fraaa yo«r tire, and fill them with tal- rlud chloride utl-freeM •*!•• lion. We will be (U4 U ••*• an appointment te care (or all Tour tractor* at row fana—4kwi sivinj yam time. REMKMBER WE IEKWCC ALL MAKES TRACTOK8 Russell Phillips TRACTOR CO. w. Hiway 61 Phone 2171 •Mb$rn t*r«; G4 pi >tfiK>U»rul hrf V llluitnUofn. ( ti«rt» *nil »r»phi, A.helrful lull)* IV »l! <x>»tunt n«th«n. Rock City's Wonders To Be Re-Opened GLEAN, N. Y. (UP)—One of the world's most breath-taking natural rock formations—Rock City, five miles south of here — will be reopened to tourists next spring .for the first time In 35 years. The rocks, said to have'formed 160,000,000 years ago, were visited by thousands of tourists at the no mention of atomic bombs." Offers "Came of Action- Byrnes then read to his audience his proposed "course of action" R a hist the Russians on German; — a course which starts with a bolitlon or the Council of Foreign Ministers and proceeding to make :ace treaty with Germany Tith- Of TfTL€ • REAL ESTATE < LOANS • ' TERRY ABSTRACT* REALTY CO zi}w WALNUT ST. PHONE ?33i BLYTHEVILLE ARK. DELICIOUS! BRAN MUFFINS Flavored With Fresh Orange! S« q»kk 9*4 MIX *• ••*•« *••' KellogB's toasted All-Bran and fresh orange Juice! Yilmmyl What flavorl ',& cup shorten- l?i cups sifted, ing . . Hour '.$ cup sugar 2 teaspoons bak- 1 egg ing powder '^ cup Kellogg 's U teaspoon sodfc All-!3ran ^ teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon grated Vj cup ornnge Juice 'orange'rlud ' y A cup milk moderate oven* WO" F.) about 'J minutes. Makes 10 orange-y inuflln ••< NMlrlllcn. I T»l All-Ill. n sals for IntefMiiJSnnl control ' of atomic energy. But while WR pray, he added, "we must, lest other nations steal a march on us. continue to make more and better bombs." Byrnes said the "mistake of some few newspaper correspondents'" did not change his belief that the American people are i^ntitind to know whnt efforts ore being made for,. peace since they "tight the wars nnd...pny the bills." Byrnes opened his ndrt'.'ers with a reiteration of his belief that the American people "who fi^ht the wars and who pay the bills nra entitled to know whut their representatives are doing in the effort to "make 'peace. " "My opinion ns to the wisdom or the policy of publicity is not changed In the slightest by the mistakes of some few newspaper correspondents."- he said. "Even though such mistakes may be embarrassing. I realize they were iwjt Intentional."' ^c-> • svc^ ^Vrj «\V^N^ •s ^ ,^P> Pollparrot SHOES FORflBOYS AND GIRLS il boys and girls tike your*, pre-ttst Poll-ParroK by wearing ihem during months of hard play be for* Ihey'r* approved for your chttd. fteiulj? Extra reinforcement! in every vilol parl , . , b«tler foot protection ... longer 'ing solci. Sfl* our man/ stylei loday. 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