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July 25, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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FRIDAY, TOLT W, »9t BLI1HE? 1LLB (ARK.) COURIER WBW* PAGE U.S. Appeals to Russia For Better UN Prisoner Treatment in N. Korea WASHINGTON '* — The United Btates has appealed to Russia to 1 ask the Chinese and North Korean Communists to provide better treatment for United Nations prisoners of war in Korea. The appeal sent also to the International Red Cross, was announced by the State Department yesterday in advance of the opening at Toronto Monday of & worldwide Red Cross conference at j-which the various Communist're- £vgimes will be represented. The timing was regarded here as significant: First, if there is any real hope of success in this field, now may be the best time for trying. Good Maneuver Second, the appeal is a goo<J propaganda maneuver io offset an expected Red attempt to use the Red Cross meeting as a forum for attacks on the United States and its allies. The plea to the Russians lo use I heir influence with the North Korean and Chinese Communist authorities to get them lo carry out th« Geneva Convention for treatment of prisoners of \var was delivered in Moscow Wednesday jy Ambassador George F. Kennan. A similar request wns presented about the same time to the International Committee of the Red Cross at Geneva. Failure Kvatnples Noted The note lo Russia said that though both the Chinese and Korean Reds had promised to abide by the 1949 convention, neither had done so. It cited three examples of failure to make good on the pledges. The U.S. said the Reds have: 1. Never permitted "inspection of prisoner of war camps by an Impartial International body." 2. Failed to provide for delivery of relief parcels to prisoners. 3. Placed "prisoner of war camps ... in areas in proximity to military objectives, exposing the prisoners to danger of attack." Dy contrast, the American note to the Kremlin sairi, the U.N. i Command "has consistent!;.' abided ' by The provisions of the Geneva Convention." Burning Newspaper Adds Bit Of Unscheduled Action to Meet CHICAGO Wr—Thousands of television viewers sa\v an unscheduled bit of drama at the Democratic National Convention early today when a burning newspaper ihreat- ., ened to set off a stampeding panic. fa Assistant Fire Commissioner An- Cooter Church Plans Service The Rev. Max. Cohn, evangelist from Winona Lake, Ind., will deliver the sermon at a special service at the Holly Grove Missionary Baptist Church at Cooler. Mo., at 2:30 p.m.. Sunday The Rev. Mr.'Cohn will use a*; his LopEc "Judaism to Christianity." The Rev. Mr. Cohn has become [ widely known for '. his evangelical I work In the Mid- I West and south j and hos conducted services In [ .some of the na- i tion's largest ci- 1 ties. Born of ortho- d ox Je wi sh pa r ents in St. Lou is, Mo- the Rev. Mr. Cohn was formerly connected with professional jkboxing and at one time conducted a Mphysical culture school .for professional boxers. However, several years ago he left the business world to enter the ministry as an evangelist. Officials Put Schuman Plan Into Motion Rev. Cohn thony J. Mullancy expressed the opinion the blaze may have been set deliberately to force a recess In the marathon session. Three men, including Amos Heacock. president of Air Transport Associates, Inc., of Seattle, were burned slightly while putting out the fire. With TV cameras aimed at the scene. Peter J. Cloherty of Boston, an assistant sergeant at arms, grabbed a microphone from Gov. James F. Byrnes of South Carolina and 'cried out: "Don't get panicky. It's only a newspaper. It will be put out in a minute." He kept repeating this until the blaze was extinguished. Mullaney, who denied rumors hat smoking would be banned at ortay's session, said he became alarmed around R o'clock last night at the volume of litter—lorn paper used as confetti in demonstrations — on- the floor and appealed to Sergeant at Arms Dnrrell Sinclair or an early adjournment. Sinclair replied that the session probably vould end in about an hour, but t continued, until nearly 2 a.m. EST). Mullaney said 15 more firemon were assigned to the hall for today's session, ranking a total of 85. Heacock suffered minor burns on the left hand and wrist. Two ushers also were slightly burned and treated at a first nid station. State Sen. J. B. Morrison of Georgetown, S.C., was in the row just in front of where the fire started. He threw his coat on the blaze, calling to others to do likewise. Morrison's coat was burned in several spots. In just a few more, seconds, he said, the fire would have been completely out of hand, PARIS ftp) — The six Schuman Plan foreign ministers today - pu Western Europe's steel-coal pool in to motion but failed to agree on a capital for their unprecedented ex periment In economic unity. Sitting almost continuously from 9 a.m. yesterday to 5 a.m. tcriaj the ministers agreed that some of the six-nation economic union's institutions will start operations Aug. 10 in temporary quarters In Luxembourg, the capitol of the Grand Duchy. The Join! assembly, or legislative branch, will begin work a month later, Sfpt. 10, at Strasbourg:, .France, in the chambers of the Council of Europe's Consultative Assembly. Crippled Bomb 'Artist' Dies On the Gallows MONTREAL, Canada «*) — A crippled Quebec watchmaker, convicted of fashioning the time-bomb which brought death to 23 airliner 1 passengers and crew in September I 1949, died early today on the gal- I lows In Montreal's Bordeaux Jail. Generaux Ruest, 5V, helpless from the waist down but described as a "wizard with his hands," went to his death for "deliberately helping 1 ' jeweler J. Albert Qmy murder the ]atier's 28-year-old wife i>y means of the, explosion in flight. Ruest was carried to the scaffold in a wheelchair. Truman Spores Life of Coilozo WASHINGTON rVFi — President Truman i.s snaring the life of the Puerto Rican * ho trird to 35>ns- sirp.te him at Hlalr House in 19?0. Prudential Secretary Joseph Short announced — without comment — late yesterday that the rirath sent price of O. ; rar Colin ro had been commuted to life 1m- pri t onmc i nt. The 3R-vear-old Puerto Rican had been pchcdtiled to die tn the electric chair here on Aue. 1 for his part in the death plot. Man Rides Manhole Cover LOS AXGELES .<?--Warro n W. Camplin had a -A-sirrl ride nr, | manhole cover rcre illy. Camplin j was standing on' tho covnr v/rnl 1 tending to a small ivj-cl fir 1 :. Police | said the flames nv:*t have rouih i off a small pocket of natural gas j the manhole because C:n.* i pUn vva^ i blmvn about 4 feet into the. air. Hti ' was treated Tor bu-'ns and Inju- ' ries. Toronto Scot XEW YORK f.4". — The price for a sc-at on the Toronto Stock Ey- chanse. which has jn'y a few more ip-.an 1CX) memberships compared to fir.375 for the New Yor* Slock Exchange, rer.mtly w? nt t-> $73.000— hiehest since 1937 Ths nio>t r e :rnf New York Stock Exchange seat transfer was for Read Courier News Classified Ads Triplets occur once in 7.600 births. * Clib BARTON for Attorney General * Has more espcrtenco than all his npr]°n*nt^ combined. * finrforpfd 100*^ >t home by lawyers and Judges! MADE THE OLD-TIME SOUR MASH WAY YOUU LIKE THE FLAVOR ' Way Out in Front, and Pulling Away> \\< \ MKK-I JUST WO 1X15 ROAD ZM0KTXS A60/ WAlTUf,* &/WID*.. 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