The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 24, 1947
Page 11
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THURSDAY, JULY 2-1, 1017 Greek Fighting Subsides Quickly Secretory Marshall Says Russia Must Be Party to Peace Plan WASHINGTON. July 24. (UP) — Secretary of Slate Geoige C. Mav^•hi'.'M announced 'yi'.stercluy that re)K)rts from American sources in Greece indicate that largo Rdilc fighting which teyni last \vcc;k hlong the Northwest border lias subsided. tvfar.vhftil made the report at hi.s weekly news conference. 'He also lold reporters in a discussion of the forelxn affairs that, lie thought it would be i:c:'cssary lor the Soviet Union lo V>e a party to Hie Americiin picposa". for a four-power. < treaty to keoo Gfcrmaiiv disarmed and (temilliar- izcd. . The Soviet Union .ihus far lins refused to ayrcc to tlie treaty which was first prcposc-d hv lor- ':>ter Secretary Jame.s p. Byrne.-. MarsHj:!! would not dLsrivss recent difficulties with Great Britain and 'France over plans to increase iGennan coal production in tlie Ruhr and to double the allowable Hevel of industry for Germany. He declined 10 discuss any questions on those two subjects. But when united whether (he American proposal for a. 40-year disarmament treaty for Germany still stood, lie replied emphatically yes. When a reporter asked wlipihcr Hie treaty could be put. into effect without Russian ndhcrcnce Marshal! •tlioueht for a long time nnd then replied that he thought it vycnld bo ne:eKsary for Russia to be iv pavty. In liis statement on Greece .Marshall paid the S!IHe De;>:utmeiH coidtl not confirm or deny the existence of an international brigade or its participation in tlie fighting in-Greece. UN Team (n\Tsli°r:iiin£r -He pointed cut Hint the UN in- vcMigftliiiK team, which included In U. S. rppir-scntutive, had reported finding "little first-hand evi- dence'' 'regarding the charge that an UUcmalloiKil -briciulc liad invaded Greece frcm -Al'banin. Other highlight-, of Marshall's new.s conference: 1. The Siljtc Department Iras not yet received the Soviet rejection of the American .prouosnl to call for an 11-nation conference Anij. 19 to prep-ire a jjeare treaty with Japan. Moscow radio announced the refection earlier tocl.'y. 2. In naming Rudolf E. Schoenfeld to be minister ito Romania, the United States does not mean to imply that it condones the Romanian government's actions in BLYTHKVILLK (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Wants to Race Around the World PAGE ELEVEN William Hnncctk. Tnlsn, Okla., pilot, lias challenged Uill Odom to a race around the world. Hancock is pictured on the wing of his P-:IK •.urci-Att, in Tulsu. Odom is pilot of the Reynolds llombsliell. which girdled the K ]<;be j n 71, hours. 5r, 1-2 miiitites last April. (NBA Telephoto, i Barber ahd Son Indicted'.. For Murder in Tennessee MICMFHIH. Ton))., July 24. (UP) —Eric 11. IC.M'ter, 5l-yo:ir-oM Lar- bcr, and his M-yenr-oM son—Eric li. Gaiter. Jr.—today had been Jointly indicted for ' first dcfiico nntKler by the Shelby County Girjul Jury in connection with the latal shooting of Knsene M. Kupfner. 32. The .sl'-ile rhnrged the elder C-.vrter rficl Kupfner following an '.ui'.vmwni over hatmit cn-dlt. Carter's .-on allegedly hancied him the shol(!itn with'which he shot Kvpfller. Tralnahle Con I rn ry lo popular opinion, Af- riciiii elephants can to trained, In fart, there .reenw little doubt that H^nniKil's tii'.nous elephant orjny o! several hundred animals was made up of the African species. '13ronc hornel.s, like ^Irone bees c-aimct si inc. de|:rivinn Uoni:ini:'.i-.s of their freedom. It merely slum's continued U. S. dclcnnmation to keep il-self infurmed of developments in that coinitry. j 3 l : xcept for equipment provid-! e<| for 1.1 Dutch marine brigade and a small amount, of lend-lease eyv-ipment led by the (British \\-i!fji they 1'M't 'Indonesi. 1 ., t)ie! ed Stales lias neither .sold nor! furnished uny munitions of war to the Netherlands tor use in Indonesia since V-J Day. Read Courier News Want Ads. Florida Closed Shop Law To Get U. S. Court Ruling TALLAHASSEE. Pia.. July 24. (UP)—Union officials prepared im lo the U. S. Supreme Court today lvo:i\ the F, orltAn Supreme Court's ndiitf; npholdinx the suite's constitutional law prohibiting the. closed r.Jiion .shop. The suit to halt, enforcement p! the "rlglit-to-work" ameudiiieht was brouyhl in Tampa. Fla.. by local unions of the American Feder,>!ion of Lalxir. DOLLARS -TO DOLL UP YOUR HOME—? New fixtures, new paint job, repairs — make your old house a new home. Get the cash with a F.H.A. Loan from G.C.P.C. Up to 3 years to repay. 122 W. 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