The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 29, 1949 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLTOIEVILLE (AKK ) COURIER NEWS Truman Reports On Aid to Greece U.S. Aid Instrumental In Driving Guerrillas Away from Border WASHINGTON, Nov. 29, (AP) — President Truman yesterday rcjxirt- ed that the Greek govt r union t p with American military help, has "substantially eliminated" the Communist guerrilla threat to Greece. The President warned in a report for Congress, however, that "persistent vigilance and patience" will be required lo prevent thtf'Coni- nnmist-led rebels from again threatening to overthrow the Greek government. ' The report .said mast of the Communist revolutionaries have now fled into Albania, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia, abandoning most or their artillery and other \veapons and equipment. The report disclosed that In order to crush the Communist rebellion, the United States supplied a total of $472,641,000 In military and economic aid. Of this total $345,335,000 went for military supplies. In telling Congress of the apparent success of the program, Mi 1 . Truman said the Greek government armed forces still mu-st mop up isolated bands of guerrillas and seal the border against possible new incursions. The President's report made plain the United States has no intention of abandoning Greece now that the immediate threat posed by the Communists !s over. Barber Who is Walking To Cabot to See Daughter May Get Cool Reception LITTLE HOCK, Nov. 2.V IAP) — Robert Ij. Henoit may got a frigid reception in Arkansas. The Putnam, Conn, barber is '.vaitcing from Putnam to Little Rock, to see his daughter, Oheryl Lynn, four, who lives with licr mother near Cabot, Aik*., JO mllr-A northea-st of here. "I think the utiolc Ihinv is stupid," Putnam's c.strunpcd wi!e told Arkansas Gazette ui^ror 'Joe Wirges Stniday, S!ie declined to permit a iHctine to be made of the child, v%lio was playing with a rio^ in from nf the lioiLso a mile southwest of C^lot. Ur-noit spent the week-end in Na.shvillo, Tejin, and \vius '.i- u.sniue his biko yesterday. He o:-:.';'d.s to reach Little Rock iu about 23 ilay.s. Pension Planners All Overlook Over-worked Housewife, Senator Says RUMFORD, Me., Nov. 29. (AP) — Senator Brewstcr IR-Me) said today no one is considering a .pension Jor the American housewife. The homemakcr, the senator .said In an address before the Rotary Club, works "the longest hours under the greatest strain with the least remuneration." No one seems to have discoverer! he added, that 40.000,000 housewive.s "have not even been thought o! in -. any of the existing plans." Two Killed and 18 Hurt In Motor Work Car Wreck NEW MADRID, Mo.. Nov. 29-Wj —Two men were killed and 18 others injured when ji lailroiui motor wnrk car and n tractor-trailer collided near here early yesterday. The dead «• c r e Hlentir:td as Clie.ster 1'iire. n, of CallKlcu. Ark., and Ailnlph Wyrlck. 23, or Slenh- cns, Ark. The dead nnd the injurrn were Negro members of the railroad work crr-'.v. Driver of tlic truek. Lloyt! Miller, 27, of Pascola, Mo.. was not hurt. Plane Reports Asked WASHINGTON — WV- The Civil Aeronautics Administration and the armed forces have called upon the public to report cases of "buzz- i"R" or reckless Hying by any pilot. Administrator D. W. Kcnt/el says reports should be made to the Aeronautics Administration's nearest office, which usually will be found listed in ihe telephone directory under "United States Government." it's important to get plane numbers If possible. Southwestern Belt Seeks Court Order fit Kansas TOPEKA. Kas., Nov. 29. (AP) — Soiitluvesteni Hell.Telephone Company yesterday asked a dtelrlct court order to enjoin the Kansas Corporation Commission from enforcing present telephone vales in the .shite. The order sought would allow the company to collect "reasonable rates" for Kansa-s'telerjlione service. Southwestern Bell said It is offering to post bond lo assure a refund to telephone u-sers in the event these rates would be higher than tho.sc finally determined to be reasonable. • The proixised rate-s were not set out In the petition which was filed in the Shawnce County Du-u-jcl Court. Three Indiana Women, On Station Platform, Meet Accidental Deaths i GARY. Ind.. Nov. 29. (AP)_Three j women were killed when thev were drawn against the side of "a fast | pa/Hcnccr Irain as they vere stand- j liiR on a .station pisiform Sunday. Two men were hurt. ' i Mrs. Julia Rubens:ein, 41. o; Dr- troit, died ye-Mcrca;,- o! a slcull fracuue. Mrs. Rcv=e Nasy, 51. and Mrs. Ruby Orwit, 36, boii of Gar}', died almost instantly Sunday. Mrs. .N'acy'i hasbsnd, Joseph. 45, wa.s laken to a hospital with back \ injuries and shock. On is Hurley, S2. suffered a mangled ripht hand. \ The victims were waiting lor an- | other train. Engineer is Stabbed By Pencil in Pocket TKXARKANA. Art.. Nov. ^—T, —Eddie Wrisht, 25, Tfisrisnk engineer, 1 was stsbbvvi bj- fcts own pencil yesierriay. A cabinet covrr Wl, striking a pencil in his breast rortn snd driving It about two inrhcs Into his lelt side He is expww-d to be released from the hospital SODO, Read Courier News Want Aris ^..^ Jealous Husband Talks Too Quick, Gets Fine NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 29—</Pj—When a jealous North " Little Rock husband found a man's billfold in his car, he Immediately drove to the address shown on an Identification card In the wnllct,. He rang the bell and when a man answered, the angry husband gave him a rather sound thrashing and a stern warning. Yesterday, the husband was fined and given a suspended 30-day Jail sentence in North Little Rock Municipal Court—the owner of'the bili- Jold had moved from the address ^on his Identification card. SALE Largo, fully modem, established business, laundry and dry cleaning. In Northeast Arkansas. Doing wonderful business. 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