The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1952 · Page 3
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1951 U.S. Prepares for Debate Of Korean Issues in U N BLYTHEY1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER By JOHN SI. I11GHTOWER WASHINGTON W;—Secretary of State Aclieson said yesterday the V. S. in- consultation with friendly nations, is preparing for a debate on Korean issues in the U. N. General Assembly next month. Acheson also told a news conference the Mexican government has made some suggestions on Korean truce negotiations, but declined to describe them. It has been reported that Mexico would have the General Assembly ask U. N. members to take in temporarily those Korean War" prisoners who resist repatriation after an armistice. Seek lo Break Deadlock' The purpose of the Mexican proposal woult! be to break the deadlock between U. N. and Communist truce ncsotiator.s over the repatriation issue and bring the negotiations to a successful conclusion. The Communists have demanded that al! U. N. prisoners of war be returned to their homeland, whether they want to or not. On other points. Acheson: 1. Asserted that "Communist crimes" aeainst American mission-' nries and businessmen held in Red [ China "will be forever condemned by those who believe in simple justice and fair play for human beings." Acheson said 156 Americans now remain In Red China. Agreement Praised 2. Praised an agreement signed by leaders of West Germany and Israel today for compensation to Israel lor Nazi persecution o! Jews in Germany in the Hitler period. 3. Said that so far as he knew, the matter of using Chinese troops In Korea—a recently'-reneweti subject of news reports from Formosa —has not been officially raised. 4. Declined to say whether the U. S. and Britain would change tneir proposals for an Anglo-Iranian oil settlement, by saying the proposal had l>een presented to Premier Mossadegh by President Truman nnrt Prime Minister Churchill and that he could not speak for either the President or the prime minister. Soldier Killed En Road Mishap Hear Ft. Smith FT. SMITH, Ark. M »,_A St. Louis soldier stationed at Camp Chaffcc near here, was killed almost Instantly and another critically injured when their motorcycle rammed Into a stalled car near here yesterday. Pvt. Edmund J. Sehwane. 23, of St. Louis, was killed when he was thrown against a sidewalk, 72 feet from the motorcycle after it hit a car on the Oklahoma side of the Arkansas River bridge. Oklahoma State Trooper Jack Lamour said. Pvt. George E. Secrease, 23. also of St. Louis, was Injured and taken to ihe Camp Chaffee hospital. His condition later was reported as improved. Man Has Only $1 In $36,500 Case WASHINGTON w>) — An aconnt- ant who disappeared, a few days before a $36,500 shortage was found In accounts of the Boys Club t,f Washington had less than $1 In his pockets when FBI agents picked fr!* vPhich ma F ' Uke a1,in°Mon°i LIO ~ Infi " Uile pa " Iysis ' which llas l)co " endemic in 10 s( : ,l ts , nTm^nkT^ni'/Mv' 5 < r* p "' leit to .' )e W'-.hva '" the lu-ar lulurc/atJd further atta'ck "n-e ex^cc'tcrt 'lo aimmisn rapmiy with the commg of the heavy frosts. From front: Paul, Jr., 11; Elaine, 9; Daniel lo; Dayton, 14; George, 10; Dorothy, 7 him up yesterday. The object of a nationwide search. 52-.vear-o][| James H. Kinscv was spotted near his home, driving the car he rented Aug. 18—the day he dropped out of sight. Boys Club officials said the shortage was found a few days later. They also snid they had received a letter in Kinsey's handwriting -n W'hlch he said he was responsible and blamed gambling losses. He Is charged with interstate transportation of stolen property. 'Ike May Lose TV Appearance In Labor Dispute ST. LOUIS WV-Oen. Dwipht El; -widower's speerli here Sept. 20 may i.be kept off radio and television-by a jurisdictional labor- dispute. James E. Darst. chairman of the 1 Municipal Auditorium Commission,' said the city has banned radio and TV installations from the auditorium, site of the talk, until the dispute is settled. Darst said the AFL Stagehands Union nnd AFL Electrical Workers Union both wan! to install facilities for broadcasts. The dispute Is before a joint jurisdictional board at Washington, Darst said, but no decision is expected for several weeks. FAOE 'Black Object 1 Identified as Meteorite AHDMORE, Okla. OP,—For years 10-year-old J\ob Dodson, an Ofclii- llonm Park Service employe had befiged scientists to Invmt'tente a Iwrd. black object which \va.s sticking mil of Hie erodmt In a scrub onk patch at Uike Murray Stale Park But nobody paid any attention Then, at lust, scientists decided to have n look. Today, guards maintain a 24-hour vigil while invrslfgnior.5 vro iic the object. Dr. Lincoln La Paz. Univcifltv of New Mexico scientist, said it is a nickel-iron meieoritt;, probably the large.st recovered in Iliis country. White Town Okays Negro Teacher CASSVILLE, Wis. W)-The people of Cnssville. Wis.. were expecting (lie new !,i s h school commercial teacher — but they were surprised when they saw a Negro woman get off the (rain. Tile other 95C people in Cnssville nre white. Mrs. nebccca Wyatt, 21 of Paris, Tenn.. was hired by the board of education through a teachers' acency, sly-lit unseen. Hut the new teacher was ive!- romert immediately. 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