The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1947 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1947 • BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS U.S. Knew in '46 Of Greece Quittal Britain Says February Announcement Simply Rcafrirmation of Plans IJV i:i»WAKI> IV. |KO«F.KTS (llnilrd I'.-oss Slalf Corrf sponili'iil) . LONDON, April 10. (UP)— A liiKh inlish government source revealed yc-strrrtny that Hrilain iiifomu'ct the United states lust O;tolK-r tlmt it \voukl be forced to quit Greece this i-print! iinti suggested tli.it American concern about Greece ii^ February Inul been "slcamcil ill)", by rci>::rls from U. s. Oiscrvcrs °f tlic |»s:ii'oilily or civil war. The KGvenimenL .source tleclnrctl tliiit (lie Hrilish announcement in I'Vbrnary tluit it would have to discontinue its commitments in Greece Maivli 31 was "simply rc- allhmution of what we said before." "I believer, however, the American vic-A' of the siiunlicm in Greece tt-Ks »;tm>wli.U graver than lli:it \ve took." he added. He said that. the British K»vcrnment regarded the present Greek Government art "fairly firmly" based and that it did not believe nueriHa activity was serious euousli to raise a danger of civil war. i Tlie British government source said I hat lly- lirili.sh had not. considers J thai reports of arms smug-. RlinK into Greece across the Mn:e- i (Ionian bonier was "likely to i'o' much 1j;yo!id assisting guerilla] fighting" and did not anticipate Miat it would lead to any national war in Greece. "We have agreed with Lhe Americans thai there s hou!d tie maintenance of security and avoidance ol civil uar in Greece." ihc spokesman .said, "but apparently the American view i s much graver than cour.s." * He said that Britain had looked forward to leaving Greece on its own after pulling out March 31. Tills source said that Greece had reciuestcd Britain to continue he: naval and military missions after the United Stnte s takes over British cJ'oligations In that countrj and that Britain planned to do this. Shuns Hollywood The Uninvited Guest Twenty patrons w .nto the .side of a and debris. (NEA down u hill Strong Schools Aid Democracy Teachers' Low Pay Held Threat to Future of Nation WASHINGTON, A])rll 10. (UP) •Chairman Qrorgc n. Alkcn 'iff n Semite i.idjor Subcommittee said yesterday that lenrhrrs arc "grossly underpaid" mill that tills pews n "p-rave ei'lsls" lor American education. Hi; sounded the wiii'iUn^ as Ills committee opeiiril hnirlnus an four, measures to provide federal flniin- -'"' iisslslanco to schools without -.--.IrliiR slate inul local control of education, \ James n. conanl. president <<f' Hiiivard University. trstlfie<l l lli;il luiluri' In provide Incrca.scd fc.le- I'.il funds for schools would weaken this nation's offoits to pnu'e Hie Mmiglh al demoerallc i;ov- I eminent to ,inc world. "Democracy Is now on trial." Count said, "nnd only a slronK democracy can .prove Itself In IMs century; n dfmoenrcy ciui only «X' strong if nil the ' citizens are prcpi'ily cdiicnled and careers are' freely open to all the lalenled" Polnlintj out the dlrpurlty !»•. I ween state educational cxjvudl-' turns. he said New Jersey f,|XMiils S1D8 annually per pupil, wiille 'MIs- •. slsslppl sjietids only $14. Ench slate used nearly the same portion of Its total Income (or education. t Sens. Theodore r. Orecni and J. Howard McGrath. nliode " PAGE That's for Me! . Island William Hulls' winter hook favorite, Cosmic fioiub, at liclnionli 1'iirk eyes ]>icUivc of Kcnluclty Derby llnisli ln:;l year, nnd cou-J templates exploding »l Churchill Downs, Muy 3. • n:o groups should and could, Mel < operate in such matters" , fZ Others taking part included'jn£ Byron M. WllklnsSn, Richmond.SL ind the Rey Gerald o, McCollbeh, Evansvllle, 111. » The • RDve'rehd Mr. McX3ullocli; >rofcbsor 01 syitomatic theology a Oariclt Biblical Institute said th4. lie knew oj no seminary ofierlrtf courses In alcohol control and ex pressed belief that such cour«f should be offered. ;; j ,Impr»ved »r» .,. ; 'Nlcholns P.<cfo Introduced Jtwel-. cd iKnrUiUH for watches at the be-' nlni; ot the 18th century'. Dlai monds and sspphtrcs were the only stones that could fcc used. ' Governor's Trip Causes Speculation DeQueen Business Man Is Drowned As Boat Capsizes BATON ROUGE. Li-.., April 10. (TIP) -Speculation increased in the slate capital today over recent unexplained activities of Gov. Jimmie Davis, Ihe latest beiiiR his unannounced trip' to Washington. The governor left early today aboard the plane which returned Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson to Washington. Parposc cf tile trip was not announced. •A hint of mystery hung over several unexplained developments in the governor's office. Capitol sources reported the .presence earlier this week of a special guard 1 in the office; the removal of records from Ihe governor's office to safer places; the changing of locks", and the reported dismissal of a meir.':er of the governor's secretarial staff. Some observers also weighed another recent development, the assignment of'Muiphy notion as Governor Davis' bodyguard.' Rodcn had served as guard to the lale llu^y Long, when the "Kingfish" was riding the crest of Louisiana polities. Ark., April 10. (UP) I —The body of a OcQuccn business! 1 man and World War II veteran •wa s recovered from Little River ncear Highway 41 three miles , South or Horatio yesterday. | Searching .parties )ia<i ' dragged Ihe stream all last night for Ooyal' A. Bi'own who was drowned when the boat in which he and Uvo companions were fishing oveiturn- W. A. Sanders, taxi oix-ralor, and Pat O^Neil, c^fe c'/nployc,- swam to safely. Sanders said Brown Brappleil -with him but that lie broke loose and told Brown to hold onto the capsized boat until they returned in another craft. Brown, h c said, failed to cnteh the boat, and s auk quickly. •Brown is survived by his wife, three children, his mother, two sisters and one brother. ' •ere showered with ratlin,-; debih w icu thl.s runaway trailer truck enrcencd uuw,, u mu .. .. ._ Kansas city, Mo., tavern. Five persons were injured, three of them pinned under oricks ^""f 1 ™ 1 ". ™M l''e United Slnlvs Telciiholo) s|>ends a smitllor partlnn of us national income on Schools than BntEiin or nur h sla. Tlicy uiifcd enactment of their bill which would lncreii.se teachers' KaliM-lus an estimated $45r> annunl- ly by authorizing u federal su'J- sldy ol $15 a year for every pupil In public elementary and secondary schools. Sen. Lister Hill. n,. Ala., said Ihe nation faced "disastrous penalties" If child education was nen- lecled. youths would be unable to fulfil their national rcsjxmslbtlltlc.s In cither wartime or normal living if not assured u minimum educational training, he said. •Hill and seven other senators are sponsoring a bill to enable stales tn furnish a minimum educational pfORram for children. The bill woii'il channel tGOO.OC.0,000 of federa ifunds to schools over a thrce-ye.ii Alcohol Control Courses Asked For Schools A movie talent scout who saw a picture of Captain Worman Warnock in a national magazine asked him if he would be interested in becoming an actor. The University of Arkansas graduate whose home is in Caoidcn declined, saying he was enroute to Germany for duly in the War crimes Division of the U. S. Army. (NEA TELEPHOTOJ KEYS MADE Locks Opened and Repaired. Door Cheeky or Over- j hauls. For Service Call ; JIMMY "SI'KCK" BKOCK at Chisum's Bike Shop 123 S«. Third SI. 1'hoiic S9I> •Equal [Days ,anrt Years ; The days and years are ! of equal length on the planet Mijr- cury which turns on lUs axlst once during a complete turn around the sun. * -Easter twble discussion on the subject, with White siiylnii "there Is every reason why schools and temper- •NASHVItiLE, Tcnn., April 10. (til*! — Curiieralion between public ;clio<il systems and temperance groups In Kpon.sorhu: courses In 'alcohol education" was advocated ycsU-iday -before some y^n from SO states and C ntlciiillMj. a tcinpeiiume ineetliiKJ ,','iliVu onm , , ulrt ,:V, m V,;ri"f.,. lu ' 11 '- llulilni; ami tm-lui'o at U Fred O. .Halcr,. Wntervllle. llimhwi, I'liiiulan unit many and the Rev. Vernon O. 1 ""loi'imlly viuimul nkln orunlluun Plthlan, HI.. 1 ecl a round, ^.^r'^'!^!!;, o« }2. y ,™ reriod to reduce Inequalities' lie-', money "buck—.uufioa'a 0 — a dele- Over Ihu yoai-M no many Ilinumiiiilp Cllllild'l 1 . 1 "'"' 1 '' 1 »' M"uno'« Kinnmlil (III iiu-i.Hiiol h ">'° ll0 "" 11 " 1 ' 1 '" ''"'I' xun-i-i-ul-H llnil Ohio., While, tween high and low-Income states. 1 WOOD DRUG CO. 9 Misses and Junior DRESSES 7.98,10.98 values . . $7.50 31 Misses and Junior ATTENTION FARMERS!! We have received our shipment of Hoosier-Crost and Super-Crost Hybrids for immediate delivery. 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Crcpe-lwislcd for longer wear-re in forced al [luiuls of strain. 8}£-10>s'. |29

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