The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 31, 1950
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MONDAY, JULY 81, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEW! Reds Keeping Mum On Plans for Return To UN Group Meet Blue-Eyed Youngster Admits Jealous Drowning of Infant MILWAUKEE, July 11. nlllc* here that she killed her eight-year old ttr! quietly told po- 1 ten-months old half-brother almost In a tub of water. "I wai Jealous." t piled malter of fact she was sorry. • said she coaxed the admlssior nj hta head little girl rf- lien asked It ster was Itk- mother who [mission from h«r daughter. Police said Ihe girl also confessed that, she tiled to Injure another 10-months old half brother «nd drown > three and a half year old boy cousin recenily. "I hate Ihem. My mother i>nl<l too much attention to them." sh« told acting D«t. Capt,. diaries Nowaliowskl. The drowning occurred Sept, 26 1948, at Knapp, Wis.. where Ihe family lived before moving to Milwaukee. The drowning rns classified B.S accidental after the girl snld her hnlf-brolher had fallen Milwaukee police said the rlrl loUT them she had held the baby'« head under water "ulll he didn't move any more." Nowakowski asked, "Did you think he would die when you put his head In the water?" "Yes, I knew he would," the tittle By A. ! GOLDBKRG LAKE SUCCESS, July 31. W) —' The Russians are keeping mum on what they plan to do HI Tuesday's Security Council meeting and also on whether they are coming back to other U.N. bodies. The same rotation system that makes Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Jakob Malik Security Council chairman for August also calls for these changes: Semyon K. Tsarapkin of Russia Is to replace Bredo Stabell fit. Norway as chairman of the Security Council's committee of experts. Maj. Gen, Ivan A. Skliarov of the Soviet army replaces Gen. M. Pcn- cU« of the French army BS chairman of the military staff committee Col. Mthall I. Maximov of the Soviet air force .succeeds Maj. Jenn Fournier of the French air force as principal secretary of the military staff committee. Return to thnse bodies, which they have boycotted along with the ity Council and 27 other U.N , would indicate that the boy- egation Is also prepared to fight ny parliamentary trick by Malik o oust the Chinese Nationalist delegate merely by declaring his iresence Illegal. Although Britain las recognized Communist China, t won't stand for any one-sided ac,inn like that, he said. Whatever Malik has to propose. ,he council has two devices ot long standing to prevent runaway action Written Resolutions Custom requires (hat resolutions .o be acted on by U.N. bodies be circulated in written form »l leasl 24 hours before the meeting ,ake.i I hem up. Custom also demands that after debate on a resolution, votes can be delayed on the lie a of any delegation that It :o consult Its home government. India swelled the mounting of- J fers of aid for the U.N. forces in Korea Saturday. Prime Minister Jau'aharlal Nehru informed U.N Secretary-General Trygve Lie that his country will provide a field ambulance unit and a surgical unit from its army. It cannot send ftght- coffc which began last- January maj end all along the line. The Russians, however, preserver thrlr silence on this question over the weekend a* well as on the pro- pram of business for the Secmilj Council meeting tomorrow when Malik takes over the round! chairmanship from Arne Sunde of Norway. Sunde ffl Hold I.asf Meet Sunde holds his last July Security Council meeting today (at 2 p.m EST) to get approval of measures help an estimated 1,000,000 Koreai war refugees. Sunde and representatives of the Western Big Three—France, Britain Hud the United State. 1 ?—met Friday and Saturday to discuss strategy In keep the Security Council operating in spite of possible Rxissian obstruction hi August. Tn the absence of a specific program Malik, they are understood to have considered the whole broad pattern of what he may do and how to meet It, WR Thre« Prepared They are prepared. If Malik calls «m the council to rescind all its action* on Korea as illegal. They won't rescind them. Moscow dispatches say H Is believed there Malik may ask the council to brand as illegal use of the » . flag In Korea end use of the . name for forces fighting un- Gen. MacArthur. A British spokesman said his del- Ing troops, he said. The Indian action was interpreted widely as cementing India's support of the Korean action and modifying (lie effect of Nehru's proposal that Communist China be seated as a prelude to mediation in Korea. Russia endorsed that offer but the U.S. rejected such bargaining The British foreign office also said it insists that the Chinese and Korean questions be kept separate. , Now at DREIFUS WHEREVER You Go... Jimerson Gen. Dean's Mother Lands In U.S. Again SEATTLE, July 31, (jft— The 10- year-old mother of one of America's top fighting men—missing in action In Korea—arrived here last night from Japan. She ta Mrs. Elizabeth FrfccKc Dean, mother of Maj. Gen. William 7. Dean, missing commander of the 24lh Infantry Division. Til and her face tear-stained. Mrs. Dean was met by her daughter. Mrs. Elizabeth Ver Mehr, who flew here to accompany her to their home in Berkeley. Calif. "He was feeling fine and eager to go." she said, speaking of her §on when she last saw him at the outset of the Korea war. Then, she added .proudly: "His command, the 24th Division, bore the brunt of It for weeks, you know. "Just the day before war broke he had his orders to return to Washington. D.C. He had been in the Far East three years." Mrs. Dean went to Japan lo visit her son last April. She returned on the transport Gen. E. L. Collins. ADD TO YOUR PLEASURE! tV ofe Recount Demanded OKLAHOMA CITY, July 11. WV- William O. 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