The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 24, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 24, 1947
Page 5
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SB. MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1947 UN Agency Talks Of Disarmament Russian Delegate Ready to Present Soviet's Proposal . BY KOBKHT MANNING l>J]ll«] Press Staff <.'orrrs|ii>nilriit LAKE SUCCESS. N. y.. March 24.—'me United Nations wailed cx- pcctanlly today for a Soviet Russin woi'ld-disnnmimem plan. ' was possible the Soviet Union ild prc.swit it.s plan before- the . v Unile ( i Nations Disarmament Commission nt Its first meetiii" this ariernoon. officially knorai as the Commission for Convention'!! Arjn- nments, Ihc body will try to chart tne to worldwide reduction mid regulation of ordinary weapons. American and British officials were almost certain that Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko would unveil some "concrete proposals" and urge that they be translated Into action speedily. Twenty years ago former Soviet Foreign Minister Maxim IJlvinov s'enped into League or Nations <Jls- 'anuamtmt commission with a dramatic proposal for total world disarmament in four years. Nothing •happened to the Soviet proposals. The 'United slates and Britain were prepared to resist any soviet HiOTO for early arms-scrapping on grounds that it Is impractical now. American and British delegates vra-e under orders to tell the UN that amu-scrapping W il! not be possible until the UN has grown into a proven peace-keeping- machine, atomic energy has been placed under strict International control and the big powers have agreed On airtight safeguards ne-iiiut disarmament violations. Gromyko l o Speak X Gromyko planned to speak early In the opening session of the commission, an IJ-n.ition duplicate of the Security Council which was established chiefly a t the Insistence of the soviet Union. Britain's Sir Alexander Cntlogan nl«o was ready to speak, reportedly' to counter any Soviet proposals with a demand that Russia first cooperate, more fully with the other Big Five countries in mapping arrangements for the UN'S world force, cadogan will insist that countries can not plan disnrma- -•• incut until the know how much force they must keep i,, readiness f'Ji call by the Security Council Deputy Delegate Herschel Johnson of the united States was instructed to tell the commission Hint the United states will insist on a specific series of safeguards before agreeing to any arms-reduction plan. .The American-British hesitation already has been derided by Rus- swn representatives as the talk of countries which do not want- to THEVILLB H1SWB Famous Cartoonist A story ik-mint' with J. R. Williams .if Ihc famous "Out Our Wiy" cartoons, tailed by NKA, is featured m the nirrent i sstle of Look magazine. Tins picture shows "Jim" with his two fuvoiilc ilo-s in his I'asncleim, Calif., home. IKEA Tclcyholo.) iU.sixrm. The disarmament talks open om> or the busiest weeks UN headquarters has yet scheduled. Tlic Security Council will try lo brenk tile " "' present an armorer with the 3(ith Fishier squadron. Me entered Iho -Army Oou 18. 1915, arrived in Jupmi Aug. 18, 1B4G. dl wi, taen funcUo ntcimc control negotiations will enter n new phase. i> of approximately one nncl one" tons. Blytheville Youth in Army Promoted to Sergeant •Promotion or Corp. Henry O Malian, son of 'Mr. and Mrs F, M Malian of Blytlievillc, to the rani:' of sergeant wns announced today by Col. s. R. stowart, command.]!]"" officer of the Eighth Fighter Group, .Fifth Air Force, at Fukuo-j ka. Japan. Sergt. Malmii is :it CITY CAB 924 Day or Night KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 "The Old Reliable' 0. O. POETZ Yosr Source of Dependable Service PETROLEUM PRODUCTS OtBce RR at Cherry Miss Buck Pins Hope of World On Just 2 Men PHR1CASIR. IVnn, Minrh 24. tUP>—'l lii-re lire two men—mu only two men who can save UK' world from 'tile i-iisis toward whi.'b we arc rushing." 1'eari s. liiuk said today. ..These two men, tin- Nobel prizc- ivninitu- author lold (In- United Press In nil interview, are Trynvi- Lie. kcon-tary-gc-itpriil of tin' UniU';i Nations, and Henry Wwlliuc. Inr- mej- vice-pte.sidenl and nou 1 editor of Ihc -New" Hoi: lib He. 'There is timi', bill iiol mnrh lime, to step our head-on rush toward war." ..MISS Hiii-k warned. Adding that "us things are now ini!, war is last 'bmimini: hit-vl- tiible." Read Courier News Want Ads. Lost of Schools Fill. Reports on Election . llrtiinis fmi,, (lll> ,.,„,.,, ,. cllwln . "V; >vbooi itlslrlfls nuniln^ nt- '•'.'••'•'» i" I lie Ki'hooi <.|,H-tU IU Mni'(h ' FAQB, Radio Clinic i t 430 W. 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