The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1949 · Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER «, 1949 Romulo Proposes Atomic Armistice Philippine Diplomat Seeks End of Costly Armament Race Bj MIT Harrelson LAKE SUCCESS, Dec. 21—W)— Carlos P. Romulo, president of the United Natloa, Assembly, has proposed a temporary armistice in the production and use ol atomic weapons. Romulo said his proposal was made in the hope of halting a costly race between the united States and Russia /or atomic suppremacy. He ttstressed that his plan was intended f,~only as an interim measure to give inorc time for the working out of » permanent atomic control plan. The Philippine diplomat handed his proposals to Gen. A. O. L. McNaughton of Canada shortly before a secret meeting of the six permanent members of the U.N'. Atomic Energy Commission. McNaugliton i. this month's chairman of the six conferees, which also Include rep resentatives of the United State; Russia, Britain, Prance and China Romulo's proposals followed clo £dy those set forth in an appRa by him Nov. 3. but this time the] were offered as a concrete plan The Romulo proposals offer fou possible paths tor exploration: 1. The possibility of a short-tern atomic armistice accompanied b an inspection system. 2 The possibility of an itlterh: prohibition on the use of atom weapons with adequate safeguard. 3. The possibility of further com promises between the majorit (Western) and the minority (So viet) plans for atonlic energy con trol. 4. The possibility of a new ap proach to the fundamental prob !em of control. "I continue to believe." Romu! said, "that all of these approach* should be seriously pursued." Romulo suggested that the cor ferees give first priority in the discussions to the possibility i j, reaching agreement on a temporal &>}plan for the prohibition or cot trol of atomic weapons. "Every day brings us further evi- ence that trie race for atomic armaments is accelerating at a frightening rate," Romulo declared. Mother Fatally Shot By Five-Year-Old Son BLVI'HEVILLB (ARK ) COURIER NEWS CJ f • .V._. _ . ... I TRIPLE AMPUTEE GETS WONDER ARM—Former. Marine sergeant Donald Doubrnva of Cleveland, O., tries the first of two new clastic arms with winch he hopes lo write, feed himself :md do almost anything a normally-equipped person c.in do. Doubrava lost one leg in the explosion of a Jap shell in the Philippines, and lost both arms in this country when he fell in front of a train. With a total of 70 operations behind him. Doubrava looks forward cheerfully to a nearly normal life. PAGE ELEVEN Former Embassy Clerk Goes to Jail for Treoson WASHINGTON. Dec, 21. (AP) — lerbcrt John Burgman, former American embassy clerk in Berlin, was sentenced yesterday to six to 20 years in prison as a traitor. Burgman, 53, was convicted November 15 ol treason for his war- -ime broadcasts over the Nazi radio. :le is a native of Hokah, Minn. Federal District Judge Alexander Holizoff sentenced Burgman and ordered him sent to the federal penitentiary at LewLsburg, Pa. The maximum penalty could have been death. The minimum Tor treason is five years in prison and a S10.000 fine. Burghani was the eighth American convicted ol treason in World War II. Seven others have been charged with betraying their country. Burgman admitted during hl.s five-week trial that he made broadcasts over the German shortwave radio station "Debunk" under ihc alias of "Joe Scanlon." lie insisted, however, he had been forced to do so because of fear of the Naii Gestapo. 1914 Shooting Victim Far from Dead And Willing to Forgive His Assailant killed a Kansas City policeman jnn- uary 24, 191-1. fn checking I.ovoy's slor; 1 , police Uink him tfl the Kansas n|(y Kjar's library lo rend some 1914 newspaper clippings on n shooting, onr of the mentioned a Patrolman J, Ye^as, GAI.KSDURO, 111.. Dec. '». (IP,— J. I). Mcrrltt, former Kansas City liceni.in, ha.s forgiven an Itinerant horse shower who thought he kilted Mcrrltt 38 years ago. "It's sure a' load off my cnn- science to know that policeman didn't die." said Paul P. Lovey. 51. Merrill, who said he is nearly 70 1). Memtt. i'd -ale and hearty, was reached at the home of ft daughter, Mrs. Jonn u. Hunter. "I've forgotten the thing, and if il's a matter or forgiving, rve tor- Kiven, too," he suld. "I don't think this man <l,ovey) shot me. I think the men who did were punished, and the case Is closed." Ldvpy was brought to Kansas City for questioning after he tolil ho Frisco Trustee Named ST. i-OUIS. Dee. 21 appointment of Daniel K Callln of St. Louis as a voting trustee ''of the f'risco Raihoad was announced yesterday by Frisco President Clark Himgeiford. cailin succeeds the laic frank c. nand of St. Louis. '•'1'hal's the man 1 shot," l.ovcy exi-lainicd. "Well, yoii didn't kill anybody tiien." said Police LI. Harry Ne.sbiu, "Men itt recovered." An IH-year-old youth. Ku^eiit 1 R. Jacobs, wn.s .sentenced to four years at the -suite training si'houl after Itchm identified as MrrrlU's assailant, f : |r's tin (he Me In radio, v.'hen broadcasts of the same type are presented one alter the other it Is called "pattern programming." Jacobs' whereabouts now. "That what I've been afraid ol all along." Lovey said. "That someone else had taken my rap." Lovey has been charged with assault, with intent to kill. He Is being •111 uise show, held without bond pending > pre- Sovief Families Taken From Eastern Germany BERLIN. Dec. 21. lift— The Uri- tish-licensed newspaper Telcgraf said last night the Russians have begi'n to remove their families liom the Eastern Zones. No .substantiation of the story was available elsewhere. There have been nrevlous nncnn- HOLY YEAR MEDAL-Tliis is Hie special "Holy Year" medal to be distributed to all pilgrims to the Vatican during the Holy Year 1950. The head of Pope Piu.s XI1 appears on one side. and on the other the Holy Door in St. Peler's Basilica. firmed reports that the Russians already hat! begun pulling out their army, alter preparing the way for a lai'ije foice of Communist police lo control East Cleimany, whicb ha* been proclaimed a "People's Republic." CARNEOIE Pa., Dec. 21. Wi A 39-year-old mother was shot and • killed in her home yesterday and Police Chief Chris Keisling repovt- j ed two of her sons told him their five year old brother fired the fatal bullet. Killed \vas Mrs. Helen Lang.s'on, of Campbell's Run Road. She was found in a bedroom, a .I'l caliber bullet lodged behind the right ear. Kelsling said the woman was killed after she Intervened in a quarrel between the older sons, William, 18, and John. 17. Chief Keisling slid William and John told him the fatal shot was fired by a five-year-old brother. Joseph, who took the pistol from a dresser drawer In an apparent at> tempt to frighten the older boys. Jail Turnkey Is Found To Be Ohio Bank Robber MARION. Ind.. Dec. 21. lift— The sheriff .said yesterday the man he trusted with the keys to the jail turned out to be an Oliio bank robber. Nearly four months ago. Sheriff Vaughn Treber hired a new turnkey The man called himself Jimmy Burke. But. Jimmy Burke wasn't his real name. Through ati FBI photograph, he was disclosed a.s James H. fBugs) Perry. 56, of Rittman, O.. Treber announced. The FBI has been hunting Perry for the S3.13! robbery of a bank in North Fail-field. O., last June 13 Perry admitted he was their man .straight off. Treber said, regretting only the embarassment the incident might cau.sc the sheriff. Paul Boyes, 17. already has been picked up in Florida as Perry'.s buddy in the holdup and Is serving time in Toledo, O. Perry was working an around the clock shift at the inil. seven days a week, and had ar-".ss nut only to cell keys but to gin racks and the jail's mail. He ale there and was rjeing paid '5100 a month. Jap Whaling Crewmen 'Strike' for Bonus TOKYO. Dec. 21. (iTi— Three hundred Japanese aboard a whaling ship watched with interest as a wounded whale threshed about in great pain. But not a man lifted a harpoon for the kill. They were on a sit-down strike fore a 14.000 yen (S38I year-end bonus. The captain frantically radioed the whaling ship's owners In Tokyo. Their reply was blunt: "You won't get a sen. You are a Killed by Bus Hear Batesville BATESVILLE. Ark.. Dec. 21. <a>>— A Michigan man was killed instantly Monday night when he walked In front of a bus near here. Arkansas State, police said the man. identified as Paul E. Ma this, 25, Benton Harbor, Mich.. \vaj struck as he attempted to "flag' the bus (a Dcyle Motor Coach) at Cushman, Ark. The driver of the bus. D. W. Hall, told officers Malhis was standing on ihe highway "waying his arms ns if he wished to board the bus.' when Hall pi-llcri over to the side of the road Mathls stepped in the path of the vehicle, the officers said. disgrace to the tradition of whalers." The wounded whale got away. PROFIT By Reading the Classified Ach Every Day! 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