The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 3, 1977 · Page 2
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Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, March 3, 1977
Page 2
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TAGF, 10-NAUGATUCK NKW8 (CONN'.). THURSDAY, .TUM-: 27. 10'IB T<ORIUI»O of uniform drnlnngo, Knn«n.'i has no natural Weary Sore Feet Quickly Relieved This easy, simple way. llurnltiif cnlluiiM.i nnd hoi. tlri-il fri-l ™"HB hiiuni "I mlirry .""I l<-"> <>t «.,rk. Why nuffcr when far only BOo you cnii «njoy tho coollnK. ci.mfoi-tlfiB n-ll«f tr,,, n ronoi. Kimt Uotli-f. If" «, ,Mlnl<i»«, moilloBtoil ointment lh»' ,«'» I," mi.«.l.i:nl ("to In" f«<" »' I""" 1 " 1 ' 1 ' lu nulok KPtlnn nllown for m'.m n-cit- fS K i.n.1. m«l«nt wr-rk. tho If.xl day. KI'N NINO I II KA.ST .MAIN MTHKKT rllOW MKI.N Anil OIlH-r «;illn I'lMHl 'I'll Hnko »'"'»•• llllll.v II "• '"• "' ' ll- wiunriliiy lo " »• '"• rilinilil.v I 1 ! .NlMill I" I »• "'• WATCH I'OH OUIi NKWLY JtKNOVATKI) STOUK'S G1CANI1 Ol'KNIXG! CORNER CANTEEN \ * 80S No. Muln Strwit "J)nm" Tfllfrli-o. I'rcin. Agency For The Famous FREEMAN SHOES < NAT'S 410 North Main St. l.'nlon City TKI,. 01.10 700 Merit System Jobs Available Moro thnn 700 State. 1 Merit'Sys- ti.-tii i:mplo.vosi lire riueded <it once. It WIIH reported todny. Annuul sal- firlpii range from $1.020 to S2.S20 provided positions are taken be- turn July I. Openings are available for hos- pltnl nttontliint-s, mnlntenanco and ground men, housekeeper, food Horvlco, barbers, phiimnelsts, aton- ogriipherti, therapists and others. Application should bo made this week, with further Information (ivallnt)l(i at Service for Veterans). . Of 230,7-10 examined by the KB! In 1043. It WIIH found that '17.3 pur nont hnd tholr llngurprlnt-s on (He tit the Justice Department In Washington. Blokeileek forFUR STORAGE DO N, Muln Ml., 7,1 Fli'lil St. \ViitiTbury Till. 3-S7S7 or .(-BI23 THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Ncary Building Nitucatuck. Conn. DREW PEARSON The MERRY-GO-ROUND Drew Pearson Says: CPA Boss Small On Spot Regarding Vet Housing; Swank Shoreham Hotel Gets Construction Permit; Byrnes' Horse-Trade With Molotov.' ! Washington-Civilian Production Administrator Jack 'S^ 1 - wo £ rlcd over race-track construction while veterans arc denied homes has now sent out orders to hi* branch offices to spur veterans housing. . Somo of these problems were discussed with Small at a recent closed ™or meeting with representative, of tho major vebransgroups, when Wesley Pearce of the Veterans of Foreign Wars broached the sublet oC the new race track in Monmouth County, N. J., which is being built with CPA okay. 1 "Now, wait a minute, 11 Interrupted Small. "That particular race. trn,ck was started before we had established effective building controls. You can't blame me," ho Insist- e. I admit that it was a mistake. But It was started last November, before we instituted these stop-orders on non-essential construction. The materials were al- WHITE FISH MARKET | JOSEPH CABUAL, Prop, j 8 South Main St. < Choicest Nclectlon of milt and j fresh wator fish at lowest; prices. i R & P METAL WORKS 99 SO. MAIN STREET (Rear) Expert Welding of All Types Forging, Sheet Metal and Ornamental Steel Work Ti'triiliunw «S77 ready on the ground. The contractors -couldn't pet by with anything like that now." . • Small did not, however, explain why tho race trade hadn't been stopped by the CPA. Just f-fore the mooting broke up, VFW's Jim Gillan asked Small about the 250-room addition to Washington's Shoroham Hotel which was OK'd by the CPA on the shallow grounds that the added 250 rooms were needed to promote "foreign relations." ' Gillan pointed out that It.might have been smarter for CPA to. divert bathtube, bricks, and other building essentials 'into building homes for veterans, inasmuch as visiting diplomats already enjoy a high priority on Washington hotel accommodations, "We have plenty of bathtubs," •replied Small, "and a new typo of non-essential flooring material for the Shoreham which won't . interfere with construction shortages." Before veterans spokesmen could pin-him down on the number of edscntlal .houBlnc; Items golnff Into tho Shoreham annex, Including bricks, the CPA boss announced thai 1 he had an appointment .with the Secretary of War nnd ended iho -conference. Getting The OPA OPA Administrator Psul Porter was being quizzed by Senator Homer Capehart, the Indiana "muulc- box master;' 1 regarding the renewal 6f : price control. "We don't want to destroy price control,": said tho Senator from Indiana. "We Just want to reform it so it will work. I don't ace why you 'fellows don't co-operate.' '"Senator," replied Porter, "you remind mo of the fisherman who had just pulled In a whopper and then said to the fish. 'Hold still. .I'm not going to hurt you, I just want to gut you a little bit'." Horse-Trading at Paris Secretary Byrnes' cabled reports to President Truman regarding the Big Four Conference have been .reasonably optimistic. Both the Russians and Byrnes seem willing to do a little horse-trading. In'fact, it waa horse-trading that brought about the arrangement to evacuate Soviet troope from Bulgaria, One'victory Byrnes scored was on the evacuation of Soviet troops from Bulgaria. Here's how it happened behind closed doors in Paris. • Tho entire Italian question was being thrashed out, and the conversation between the two men went like this. Molotov asked Byrnes: "What's this I hear about you Americans enlarging all your airfields in Italy? Could you be planning to pull something of a permanent nature there?" Byrnes . merely smiled and said: "What's this I hear about the new Red Army air bases in Bulgaria? Were you Russians planning to settle down and stay there indefinitely?" "Where did you hear that?" asked Molotov. wfe-WS QUALITY OF PRODUCT |M£ IS ESSENTIAL TO CONTINUING SUCCESS JK^ aSftrf.ij*S3l*w*r>*.ji>^-mt<.:w.._ ._/ ^ > >^* v -; - ' ^^&f : , :.:..•••. Wood engraving by H. McCormick buod upon tlw otiftnal oil WHY, SURE! YES, SIR! YOU SAID IT! F/he Tobacco "Oh," replied Byrnes, "we hayo our aourcos." ' ' ' "W»l'" replied Molotov, "I would not bcllcvo every, rumor you hear aoout what's happening in our area." . "In that case," Byrnes snapped back, "don't believe everything you hear about what Is happening In our zone," This conversation gave birth to further discussion which finally led to the important agreemVit to evacuate all foreign troopu from Italy and Bulgaria, Getting Bcvln'd Gout In 'the same discussion, Molotov turned tc British Foreign Minister Bcvin and asked if, while the issue of evacuating troops was under discussion, the British might not like to talk about evacuating their 57,000 troops from Greece. "That's none of your damned business," snapped Bcvin. Note—Some observers wished that Secretary Byrnes had supported Molotov in urging that the British Army be withdrawn from Greece. If so, there might have been results. PurlB News Blackout Here's what happened behind closed doors in Paris during the fight which led to the Big Four news blackout. • British Forlcgi, Minister Bevin first proposed the blackout. Secretary Byrnes protested. He pointed out that he had to keep the American people informed ot what he did In Paris, and he warned that everything would leak Cut sooner or later anyway. Bevin, however, said flatly that it Britain was to get together with the other three powers on Trieste, the negotiations would have to be secret. So, reluctantly, Byrnes agreed to ending the news leaks on what is happening at the Conference. Note—At the same meeting, the Big Four named Andrei Vyshinsky, Gladwyn Jcbb of Great Britain, and Ben Cohen of the State Department as members of the Commission to investigate disposal of Italian colonies. Deserts "Grand Old Pory . When fiery Representative Charlie liiFollette of Indiana announced he was leaving the Republican Party but could not join the Democratic Party because of some of its members, it was too much for Rootin'-Tootin' Representative John Rankin of Mississippi. Rankin correctly guessed that LaFollotte referred to him. So the gentleman from Mississippi took the House floor, with LaFollctte not present, to jeer at LnFollcttc's statement. "I am reminded' of the old fellow down in one of the southern states whose reputation was not the best In the world," he said. "When he died they inscribed on his tombstone this epitaph: "'•Hark ye, stranger passing by, As you are now, so once was I. As I ain now, so you must bo. Prepare for death and follow me.' "One of his neighbors," continued Rankin, "read this inscription and wrote those lines under it: " 'To follow you I'd not consent Unless I knew which way you went)' A day later, LaFollctte took the floor to reply in his own verse: "If-1 shall start a new goal to seek, From time to time over my shoulder I'll peek. And if by chance I find John Rankin behind, I'll know I'm wrong and change my mind." (Copyright, IMG, by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) Alaska is said to have resources sufficient to maintain a population of about 10 million, equal to that of Finland. 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