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

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TUESDAY, NOYEMBER 11, 1947 BLTTHETTLL1 (ARKT COURIER NEWS U.S. and Soviets ReachConclusion Three or Five Small Power* to Represent UN in Holy Land LAKE SUCCESS. N Y., Nov. 11. mpi _. The United State* and "Mia linve agreed on a compro- t«e for lerininaling Great Britain's mandate over Palestine next May 1 and partitioning the territory into Arab and Jewish stales by •Wie compromise was hanmered out In a pi-ivate four-nation meet- ine yesterday after Russia abandoned InsislRiice on ending the British mandate Jan. 1 and altered a demand for a commission of (he 11 (JN Security Council countries to supervise the Holy Land for a year. The resultant agreement called for a commission of three or' five small powers to represent the UN In the two-month period between the end of British control and the assumption of independence by Aral> and Jewish Palestine states. In that, period. It was understood. Arabs and Jews will keep law and order in their cnvn lerri- f tones with their own militia, to' he organized along with other or- i fans of government between now' and the independence date. The United states, making two major concessions to the Russians, "Breed to place the UN connnis-1 fion under supervision of the UN \ Security Council where the Dig' Five powers hold the veto. It also! dropped Its proposal to make Cireat Britain enforce partition rather | than handing th e responsibility to {fe UN. Vhe proposed commission would be established by the General Assembly but would be made "subordinate" to the Security Council. Its task would be to establish provisional "councils of government" in both Arab and Jewish stales and help the councils set up militia and carry out Dcmo- icratic elections of provisional governments The American-Soviet compromise appeared to revive the possibility of General Assembly approval of partition at this session. Tiie two big powers lefi, until later a precise definition of the WOT , r Weeps At Inquest Ing. "During the ntire period of mir marriage h« never «iiowed «ny Interest In matntilnhitfoor eitubllsh* Ing H home. Ht didn't went the responsibilities ol » home Hid he stayed away three-fourth* o( the time." «he said. I 1 took her » mlu- ult* to end h«r murrUg* with Wellei. Her hunbuiid, on * foreign trip, did not content the divorce, le«st known World. Culltornk Si oni ot Hit portion* of the New H»w l/t* tor "Bra" KNOXVlUJt, Term., Nov. 11. <U!>) — A "br»" Isn't, inch • good pistol holster after all, Mrs Cora Sharp told police today when Ihry •tied her how site via nhot In I he slurp tald two men wer. chest. Mrs. fighting In her house, and her pistol was llrcd accidentally M she drew It- from her "bra. Rend Courier Ne»» Want Ad* ECLIPSE ELIMINATOM If the »un were a littl« larger, or a little nctfer, or the moon a. bit umaller, or farther »w»y, we would have no total eclpx of the nun/ Mrs. Mary Fcllick, mother ol murdered 7-year-old I/mule FelllcV, Is comforted by Robert Shafer. her son by a former marriage, as she weeps at the inquest in Chlcai^o. Lonnie's battered body was found in a woods near Chicago on October 29. (NEA Tnlephoioi. Rita Hay worth Obtains Divorce From O. Welles HOLLYWOOD, Nov: II. (UPI — Rita Hayworth, glamorous film actress, won a divorce from Orson Welles. 32. after testifying yesterday that Welles "never showed any interest In establishing n home:' Miss Hayworth appeared pale ami connection between the Security Council and its great power veto on one hand and the UN Palestine Commission on the other. American Delete [lerschel V. Johnson emphasised that the United States wanted in assure "freedom of action" for the Palestine commission. Soviet Delegate Sein- yon Tsarapkin said Russia wanted to establish ihe "principle" of Security Council authority over it. Both delegates, aided by representatives of Canada and Guate- i mala, agreed to work out precise terms on this aspect of the matter later. wan as she testified, "I was married and yet I didn't have a husband," she told Superior • JuctBe William B McKesson In a : husky voice. "Orson said lhal marriage interfered with his way of llv- If Your Hose FilfsUp -Spoils Sleep Tonight! A few drops of vicks Va-lro-nol in each nostril wnrkR right where trouble Js to open nose relieve stuffy, transient congestion. Brings i|«ick relief from snlffly ^—9 sneezy head cold dls- «X tress. Try It! F 0 ]] ow ,> V VS.- tlirectioiu In package V/ y? VICKS VATRO-NOL Jttt/IISIICE D/\Y This is W king «v«r «fapt mere Ivintriow*^. Yo« stew need •nljr tixa lightweight, »utomatieally-controll«d Com- ferter. Merely *rt the Au4iom«tie WaMtHman €tm- tro! for iwiy <*«»ire«i degree of wwwith. Reg»r«l4«« of ofoang*. w room ^•mperRfcure, >t wi^l mftinfewin tf^at *«l«c^«4{ warmth tiie whole night throu^i. And wb*t « beauty! YOVK ehoice o^ ttw«« pi«h •>(B»»'. Row, Blue or ttreen. Underside of nonslip ipun ntyon faille to anchor Comforter to hed. Oirt»r eovw .can \x ciry-clcancd. Inside warming sbe«t eAgily removed for laundering. Size 72" x 86". by Underwriters' Labcrstories, Inc. The Comforter fiw any be*, fuM JTM or twin, with plenty of fcvick-m at the foot. Chrter cover »ps off for dry cleaning. Inner warming sheet, ens*)? *ra»hcd, if necewary. ARK-MO. POWER CO. \VEVE TC LIVE EOC The anniversary of one war's ending becomes even more sig- nificant when we also think. in terms of the war which followed it. ( For each ^war is always bigger and more tragic than the last. Yet, we have everything to live for — just as the'men who tiled in World Wars I and II had everything to live for too: They laid down their lives when that "everything was threatened— and we're their beneficiaries. f Let us not hold, our heritage lightly. Let us bolster world peace so that it can never again be threatened. The marked graves of tens of thousands of our boys — of all races, colors and creeds — and the monument to the Unknown Soldier are a constant challenge to all of us to fight unflinchingly for unending peace. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1 IN BLYTHE VI LLE The Only National Bank In Mississippi County Give Generously— Give NoW to YObR Community CHEST Boy Scouts of America Girl Scouts of America BlythevilU Library Association Goodfcllows — American Legion Blytheviile High School Band P. T. A.$* Elementary Book Fund Social Welfare Contingency Fund Maple Grove Cemetery Association Cancer Atsociation Blytheviile "Y" Infantile Paralysii Glee Club

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