The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 26, 1950
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Diplomats Wary of Russian Statements Regarding Peace By A. I. GOLDBERG ....» NEW YORK, Sept. 26. W'J—Unit- : ed Nations diplomats shied away today from a quick verdict on new Russian peace and atomic control statements branded as propaganda by the u. S. State Department. Interested but cautious, and careful v[tot to appear to reject any '"•fc sincere Russian olive branch, •••V pleaded for more time to study ; a declaration by Deputy • Soviet Minister Jacob A. Malik to a group of Maryland peace petitioners yesterday. The declarations were made public by a Soviet delegation spokesman at about the time that delegates were going Into an afternoon u. N. assembly session where [welve Divorce Obituaries 9ecrees Granted Five Other Decisions Handed Down During Chancery Court Here Twelve divorce decrees were granted and decisions in five other cases were'handed down at the regulai September term of Chancery Court speakers on one theme— Soviet words are not enough. Russia must prove its' intentions by acts Although U. S. delegation members declined comment here, the • Slate Department in washlngtoi early last night said its indiclmcn of Malik's proposals was framed after consultation with the clelega tion members. "Stockholm prace relltion" Malik's spokesman announced that the Maryland delegation, which had distributed a peace ballot in that state similar to the Soviet-supported "Stockholm Peace Petition," but not connected with it. presented four questions to the Soviet diplomat and that he answered "Yes-" to all of them, The questioners, headed by John Werlheimer, a 25-ycav-old Baltimore student, asked Malik if he would pledge Russia would not use the atom bomb first- whether Russia favors general disarmament and outlawing of atomic weapons under "SJ- -• control system; whether PflPjia agreed to a peace necotia- lion meeting between top leaders of the Soviet Union and the U. S.; and whether Russia favored free exchange of ideas and information between the two countries. Soviet Rejected Atomic Controls State Department Press officer Lincoln White told Washington reporters that a, U. N. atomic control plan is not in operation today because the Soviet rejecled it, that the u. N. is the proper forum to negotiate on world problems, and than if Russia quit Jamming the Voice of America radio there would be an immediate exchange of information. Malik's statement, said White, "smacks of the^ Stockholm Peace Petition." He added: "We have had enough of words. What is needed now is action to given practical effect to the expressions of good intention." conducted yesterday at the County Court House here by Chancellor Francis Cherry of jor.esboro. In a suit to recover back alimony Donald Wayne l.ce was ordered to double his payments to Li 11 jam Katherine Z-ee for the next stx months to contribute to the support ol the! minor child. Another order corrected an eno, in property settlement of a divorce decree previously granted Evelyn| Connell from Cecil V. Council. A decree of Due. 4, ifili, awarding a divorce to Jim T. M&thls from Carrie Mathis, was modified to grant Mr. Malhis the custody of their 16-year-old sot). ^ AJI order was issued A. F. Smith to pay 53,550 back alimony and to month Former Resident Killed in Wreck Pfc. Ira Lee Caldwell, .Jr., 21, t former Blytheville resident, wa killed tn an >uto tccldent near Roanoke, 111.. Sept. 10, accordlni to word received here today. : According to his mother, Mrs. La vcrn McCall, formerly of Blythe ville and now of Roanoke, Ptc. Caldwell was killed when thrown Irom the cir he was driving after II collided with an aulo at a highway intersection. A member of Ihe Army Reserve P(c. Caldwell had been ordered back lo active duty two days be fore his death. He was to have re ported for duty on the day he wa I killed. I Funeral services were conducts I in Roanoke with burial there. Bon In Union City. Tenn., Pfc. Caldwe attended Sudbury grade school an junior high school here. He enllsle in Ihe Army In low and served fo a year. In addition to his mother, he Is White noted that U. S. Secretary of State Dean* Acheson six months ago had listed in detail what the "United States considers the minimum needed to ease tension between the u. S. and Russia. tAchefion Statement Recalled cheson at: that,time called-on i'sia to agree to peace settlements with Germany, Austria and Japan; to join in the U. N. plan for atomic energy control, and to stop trying .to undermine .other governments,. mistreating foreign dlplomat-s and cease distorting western motives; in propaganda and diplomacy. ] A spokesman tor U. N. Secretary- General Trygve Lie said that, the chief U. N. executive ha« no idea noiy of trying to arrange a meeting between President Truman and Prime Minister Stalin or of attempting to pick up the ball on the other Malik statement, proposals. Lie would.not comment on the Malik declarations. continue payments of $50 to Anne L. Smith. Chancellor Cherry also signed an order confirming a commissioner's deed of the property of Mrs. W. C. Catcs. Divorce decrees granted were as follows: Veva Mae Swope from Raeber Harold Swope. custody of two minor' children awarded to plaintiff. i W. P. Warren from W. E. Warren. 1 Betty Louise Flowers from Amos Clyde Flowers, maiden name of Capps restored. -Eunice H. Jenkins from Arthur ?H. Jenkins. Richard Pearson from Marie A. Pearson. Frances Tadrieo from Constantins Taddeo, maiden name of Carr restored. Alfriedo Carrlthers from Olan Ray Carrithers, custody of one minor child awarded to plaintiff. T/niise Tharp from George A. Tharp, maiden name of Southall restored. Leonard Louis White from Maudine Flowers White, maiden name of Flowers restored and payment of $168 alimony in lump sum ordered. Marie Tcrral from Athel C. /Terrel. custody of two minor children during school months to plaintiff survived by his stepfather, I/onls McCall ol Roanoke, his father, Ira' Lee Caldwell, Sr.. of St. Louis; two uncles. Jack Caldwell of steele, Mo., and Jesse Caldwell of Cooler, Mo.; and an aunt, Mrs. Gladys Barrett of Blytheville. MOON and during .the summer vacation months to defendant; plaintiff also awarded $25 weekly alimony for support of children. Ixniisc Howard Garrett. from J. C Garrctt, custody of one minor chil< awarded and $25 per month for support.; , . Hilda Campbell from Ammp Campbell. Next regular session of Chanter> Court will be in December. a little morft lhan one hour. Five trains already arc enrout to Egypt. Charges of Assault To Kill Are Dismissed Charges otasault with Intent to Wit against, two Blylhevilie taxi drivers. Son. Hopper and J. W. Far- rlK. were dismissed in Municipal Wtht this morning. VThey were charged with an assault on another taxi driver. Aaron Anderson, earlier this month. The charges were dismissed on a motion of the state. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Tuesday "WAGON MASTER' Ben Johnson & Joanne TJr Also Warner News & Shur SEOUL (Continues from page 1) « je*p to be evacuated. from up the street came Ihe cry of "tmbulancc! ambulancel" A jeep ambulance was parked hehind t)ie barricade, LI. Lewis De vine of Oakland, Calif., yelled: "\Vhy doesn't that ambulance go up further?" The Jeep driver cried: "It Is against orders. We've already lost seven ambulances, lour corpsmen and four drivers by going up loo far." Devlne said wearily: "Then thej will have to bring the wounded here on stretchers." The troops were crouched sgalns buildings on both sides of Ihi streets—Ihose buildings not on lire And then the order came to move forward a(, r aln. We ran bending low up Ihc strec to an Intersection and crouclje behind the battered wall ol « burn cd-out building. Anglhcr bulletin burned fiercely across Ihe stree and. (.he heat was almost suffocat ing. The flames crawled and sprea from one building to another. Mm Showered With Alhcl Then something exploded an showered up wllh hot ashes an bits of burning wood but no or wns Injured. Further up tile slreol^-al a ral road overpass near the French coi sulate—the commanders of two Mn rlne companies planned their ncx CHANGE OF MENU—Hungry Herb Strusse, 19, had a chicken dinner all lined up, but because of nn inquisitive motorist he had to sdtle for slew in a Las Angeles jail. Strusse had hitched a ride into town when the driver became suspicious of cackling noises inside Strusse's bulging jacket and tipped ofi police. As SUusse searched Skid Row for some cooking facilities, the cops accosted htm, opened his jacket and shook out {he hen, a knife, a hatchet, sail and pepper shakers, and a box of cnudy (lor desscrl). Here, the young prisoner ruefully fingers Ihc feathers of Ihe four-pound hen as he contemplates his ill luck. tack nut before (lie attack could start, e saw one of the strangest sights the war. Out of the flame and moke ahead of us came a group 30 to 40 Reds dragging nn nnll- ank Run. Down Ihc middle of the oad Ihey came head-on toward our •uTlcadc lo a point not more lhan 00 feet away. Ktd! MM Surprise Suddenly Ihcy saw the Marines nrt Ihe group hailed In surprise, "tit before they could recover Manes leaped U> the barricades and wured a deadly fire Into Uie Reds, The concentrated fire blasted Hie lite group of Communist.'! lo Ihe oad. Those who were not, killed rnwled Into the doors of nearby ulldings. nut then Ihe lanks op- ned up on them with heavy ma- hlnegun fire. Later we came back down the treel. The smoke cleared for moment and over a doorway—framed In flames—was a poster portraii of Joseph Stalin, master of the Kremlin, and Klin II s;;ns, the Kcd dlclulor of North Korea who ha hoped lo rule n'll Korcn. Negro Deaths ires tor J. W. (Bud) for* a, Be Held Tomorrow Services tor J. W (Bud) Ford, 69- ar-cld Blylhevilie Negro who sui- rcd heart atlack while fishing it ft! Lake Saturday, win be conduct- i lot; orrow at 11 a.m. at th» Belhe! . M. R. Church with Rev. Thomis Broun In charge. Burial will b* Mount Zlon Cemetery. Survivors Include his wife, M»ml« ord; his mother; jeven daughter* id two BOIU. . Home Funeral Home Is In ch»r»». Continued liom Pa*e 1 vent. A_i late as M»y i. 1850. Louis L* Debonnaire. who was Charlemagne's son, literally was scared to enth by a. total eclipse, Eclipses Run in Sequence Eclipses tend to run in se- [uencc-s of a little more than 18 ears. During Ihls period there usually are 70 eclipses, 41 of the iun, 29 of the moon. But the moon, offers the better bargain, That's because • lunar eclipse covers »n 'entire hemisphere, whereas the solar eclipse shadows are an area no more than 150 to 110 milc-s wide. The next, big eclipse ot the sun will be Feb. 25. 1952, but you'll nave to be in Nubia, Persia or Siberia to see It. It's possible to have as many as many as three lunar eclipses, such as the one last night, in a year. Also, it's possible to have none at l. Next total eclipse of the moon visible from this country: Jan. 29, ]963. (•real Historical Shot One final eclipse note: : On July 29, 1878, there was * total eclipse of the sun, according to a. report,from Fort Sill, then In Indiaa t*rribory. Ttit In- Dr. J. E. Beasley To Conduct Well Child Clinic Here Because of a conflicting commitment,, Dr. Myron M. Nichols of Ut,le Rock, pcdtotrtc consultant with ;he Stale Health Department will 3e unable lo conduct t-he , Well Child's Conference tomorrow afternoon at the Comity Health Unit as previously announced. Mrs. Annabel Fill, coumy health, nurse, said this morning. However, the conference vill be held as scheduled v-'Hh Dr. J. E Beasley of BlythevHIc in charge. The conference, for white children Ihts \veek, Is sponsored by the Blytheville Council of Church Women, with different churches in chaige each month. The Episcopa Church is sponsoring the Septem- diaru; became frantic. A hubbub wiw hubbubbing. One brave grabbed a pistol, excitedly aimed at the dark object n the sky, and fired. The .sun promptly came out again. It obviously wa.s one of the greatest ihou In hULory, er conferences. This church spon- orud a clinic lor Negro children wo weeks ago. An antl-parturn CHni was con- iucted this (iHcrnoon fit Ihe Unl vith Dr. R A. Wilson In charge. About 79 persons attended the eekly food-handlers clinic yester ay. About 60 of this number competed their shots, while 10 whites nine Negroes entered the clinic for the first time. The clinics are conducted each Monday nt which foodhandlcrs are given typhoid shofs, small pox vaccinations, blood tests, chest X-rays nnd stool cultures. Each person attends three times for typhoid shots, Cub Pack four to Meet At Christian Church Udders of Cub Pack No. Four will meet tonight at 7 o'clock at the First Christian Church, the Rev. i Lester D. StnibhJir, pastor of the church, announced this morning. The Christian, Church U the sponsor of the pack, Pack leaders Included John Burnett, cubmaster; Qulncey Alexander, anr.islant cubmaster and members of the Pack Committee nnd Den Mothers, The committee includes Eric Whltley, Billy Boone and Hadley Hays. Robert Taylor Ava Gardner John CharLe* Laughton In Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center' MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. i'h. 58 19 Tuesday Only Come Out Fighting" East Side Kids BLYTHEVILLC* ONL> ALL WHITt Open Week Days 6:45 Show Sl;irls 7:00 Saturdays & Sundays I -.00 Always a Double Fralur* Tuesday & Wednesday uounu: FKATUKE Wednesday & Thursday 'Kill the Umpire' WILLIAM BF.NDIX : —Plus— ^ Selected Short! Egypt Gets Fast Trains CAIRO tiP) — Modern. hlRh-speed trains will run on the Egyptian railways network. The Egyptian government has ordered 10 trains from England. 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