The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 3, 1947
Page 10
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TON BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mfajn'sBevin .osing Ground Labor Party Members Wavering Toward Pro-Soviet Attitudes April '3. (UP)— For- iign Secretary Ernest Bevln hns JSt the support of the majority of ttbor party members of parliament. •f ;0ppeareci today, and a new rash >f predictions appeared that V will juit' the foreign oHice. niter the Moscow conference and take over iirection of Britain's liomefront ,;cononilc drive, j A showdown on' Beviii's pro- \merican and anti-Russian policy '.eeihed certain when he comes back 0 London-from Moscow. 1 That became virtually certain yhen analysis of the House of 'Commons vote on the government's >eace-time conscription bill, regarded as a keystone of ncVin's Joreign policy, revealed that 173 if 394 House of Commons lauar- ;tes : res;Lstered . dissent -by voting Igffttist the.government or.-ttbstjun- jrig. Another '20"t"o'-,'30 Ldtioritcs arc jnown to bo. opposed to ; the 1 'for- HgnJTioHc.y'butwent'along on the honjcrlptlorf bj'l for .'reasons of par\y discipline. ' " '• ; An upset of Bcvln would hnv<' Immediate world-wide repercusslons ilnce initiation ibf'. n'.vtcjv British foreign policy of connlllatlon to- Jvard Russia would break the si'id Anglo-American front which has been., displayed in every dispute Mtlr-the soviet for more than a '.•ear. - ..--••• . .The Evening nc«"s.predicted that Bcvih would be replaced by s I Stafford Ci'lpps, president of the BoarH of Ti-ntle,' who lins lonj; been ,'inown for his".friendship toward ussia slid, ft -program of closer ri^lo-Russian relations. He Told .... His English War Bride It begun during Ilio wur in Kncland. Oscar liiumliclil, loft, American sulUiur, met, v.'oocd, ;md won the girl shown ;ihuve, Il'u I<>!<1 her, she says, thai he hrul a v.'hjlu frame cotlaijc ni'iir Chatham, Va. Now Mrs. Osciir IJrumlirld is liikinfi her son iind ic.l liming to England. For tlie reosou look below. Tins is the while frainu coll-.iije, complete with in-laws, udjoimng outhouse and a fin-ins a lialf-tnilu distant which is the water supply. He Had a White Cottage in Virginia 'rivate Acquitted Jpeedi-ly in Killing Of Gh i nese U reh i n : PEIPING, April 3, (UP), — : Ah 'nrmy private frpni, : ,.Virginia was 'acquitted speedily yeat'enShy 'Oil ichafges that he "wifully. felonl- jousiy and unlawfully" killed a Ohi- '.nese urchin while standing gunrd ;duty ftt Peiping's West Field in, stRllations. [ An Army Court Martial dclib- lerated oniv 30 minutes before frees ing-'Pvt.Lloyd'M.West,20, of Pine Grove. Va. • ' ' ;:i , -Jrhe Chiiiese victim's'companion testified they were playing marbles, while awaiting the distribution of \vasFe food from the Army Installation, when the fatal shots were fired. Two T other sentries—Pvt. Earl M. Harri s of Greeucastle, Ind., and -S'STiioton J. -Booth of Hornell, . sV.—testified tlmt - the slain youth was a'svspected looter. They said'that-th'e'y ns well as-West, fired shots at .him and thus did not know whose bullet killed the lad. 'Harris and Booth said warnings THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1947 UN to Discuss Conditions In Palestine LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., April 2 (UP)—The nlff Five today cleared the way for a special session of tl)fi United Nations General Assembly In May to consider the critical Palestine situation. The machinery was set In motion when China and Prance Joined the,United states nnd Russia In endorsing Great Britain's pjan in" M-II<| • tjic Palestine (juestlon Into the UN through ft special meeting of (he 55-jiiilloii world parliament! Acting UN Secretary-General VMoiy ftoo announced French and Chinese endorsement of the session at a neife conference, adding that Hrllam already had prepa) Ml the forma) note requesting the special session. JIoo was expected sometime today or tinnrrow to begin polling the UN's r>5 membci's on tlie lirit- Ifih request. A majority oj 28, considered certain, w lll summon the. assembly Into session. C'linlliiui'd from Tagc i. Commissioners Quit Because of Court's Decision COHN1NG, Ark,, April 3. (UP) — Three members of the boar<( of, Western Clay Drainage District NuivJ'jcr 5 are out of Jobs today, following their protest resignation yesterday. The three, Sam W. Arnold, Sam Butts nnd Iva Owen Baker, arc, protesting a ruling of Chancellor Francis W. Cherry giving creditors first claim on tlie district's revenues. Arnold said rnnjor creditors are Ileloil Taylor of Little Kock, who holds :i S2C.OOO claim against the district on ;i judgment issued W years UEO, and James R, Rhyne, :ilso of Little Rock, who holds $12 000 in bonds. Arnold contended that payment of these claims would leave no money available for batlly-nccdcti I repair.; along tlie 22 miles of Ulack I 'Hivcr levee in the district. 'Fixers' Sentenced NEW YORK, April 3. (UP)—Two of Hie three gamblers com-blcd of abetting nn attempt to fix a. National in-ofcsslonnl footiball game were sentenced yesterday to from five to 10 years in prison. had been shouted at n suspected j of looter, 'who ran behind a high wall. I ._ Seconds Inter e. Chinese youth was .•killed and he was presumed, thrt .sentries snld, to be the same psr- 's'on.' • Crash Victim Dies ' PDCAHONTAS, Ark.. April 3. (UP)—John Pn:kett, -lO-year-ol.'l Pccahontns resident, |s today, following nn auto collision in Pocahontas Sunday, His is the second death resulting from tlie uond'enl n$ F^ank N. Iley. a fellow passenger, was killed instantly. Puckctt died yesterday In a Joneelioro hospital. 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