The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1948 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 1, 1948
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__HUKSpAY, 'APRIL 1, 1948 Expansion of Oak Ridge Is Planned Atomic Commission Seeks $241, 77 1,21 8 9 I" New Construction WASHINGTON. April 1. , UP ,_ Dhn, ?'" 1C EnerBy c °'»'»li'on plans now construction at Oak Ridge. Tc.m.. totalling «4i " h $I76 ' 4M '*33 S Wait Until April Showers! "" s " lg atlt1 before a House Approprla' at'oik nw" co '« t ™'to» program at oak Ridge which would Include: IMP Co . nstn , le , u °» <" search facilities at a total cost of $39,875050. 7 Production plant facilities ttl » total cost of $20,276.225 The commission officials said trial, operating costs for Oak Rid»e during fiscal 1943 are estimated at $25.287,310. They said that this ^Tn?* 6 " "i" sct by r(¥VPmi(ls of &'- U4.D14 which would come from housing rentals, transportation fares, medical fees and other sour- Vhe commission released 110 detailed breakdown or i ts conrftruc- tion program for research and pro- £duction facilities. But it said thai in estimated S17,a48.042 would be obligated during fiscal i 948 ror housing and communitv facilities as follows: $ 8 m5oo hol '" s ', includins " umiK 2 Addition..; and alterations to dwellings—617,350. 3. School facilities—1.901 615. 4. Commercial facilities—525.042, 5. Park and recreational development—302,840. 6. Conversion and alternations of public, buildings—576,625. 7. Warehouses and shops—2.143,360. 8. Roads, parking lots, and public JBL-iTHEVILLK_(AKK.y_COURIEU NBWS Greek Army Uses English Spitfires In Aerial Raids on Guerrilla Forces Clerks in the Internal Revenue Department in Chicago work under cover. UmbrpUa cover, that is. Tl,e U. S. Courl lloHse where they work on (he second lloor, leaks, and umbrellas and buckets are needed to t>a!el> (he drops. Third Party Candidates Oppose ManyNcwDcalcrs WASHINGTON. April I. (UP), -Henry A. Wallace's Third Parly expects lo enter Congressional candidates against many New Deal Democrats, it was disclosed yesterday. One prominent Wallace supporter grounds—707.115. 9. Improvements to existing transport n I ion faci 1UI cs—213,805. 10. Renovation and expansion of lltililie.s—1,294,260. 11. pire alarm system and building—! 00.000. 12. filler items—499.H40. snici the Third Party hopes to be on the ballot In 40 states. ~i n many of I hose state--, he said, the Third Paity candidates will be aligned r.gatns!. House Democrats whose voting records are almost 100 per cent new deal. Tlic feeling among many ncmo- crn'.ic members of the hoiu'e is that (his strategy will split the Democratic-liberal vote and el.ict Rcpub- licaiis In mr.ny mjmiaUy Democratic districts. It is (•.s-liuinteti (lint Ice on the North American continent reached j a thickness of 10,000 feet during tile ice apes. Ky nan I,. TKrnpp (l)Hitcct I'rfss Staff <:or»s)M>m1rul) SALONIKA. Greece, April 1 ~ (UP)—Pilot Officer John Oliryso- chos pointed nl a group of Clw'r- rlllfl.^ .\ciirrylng for cover on n mountainside and grinned. He pulled the Harvard olwiTn- tlon plane Inlo » steep dive, headed for the nest, and ruked them with machine gun bullets. Primarily we were on an observa- (011 run, spotting largcls for Spitfires who were softening up tlic Onenillas In n Greek Army test offensive. • The objective K-ns (ho Kroussla nioiintnln town of Pondokernssla surrounded by hills and suld !o be' the hendfiuartcrs of an estimated COO Guerrilla.'!, Tile attack, began Bl dnvvn and before dmk (he Ciivok armv im* """ U '° SUU!Ukm '«•" "' We cmild YOUR SPAKE TIME IS MONEY IN THE NEW ional Guard MIT- lies, sir— it's a fact. For just one night a week plus 15 days each summer, the National Guard will pay you up to $346.50 annually! Take a quick look at the pay table. It shows how much you can earn in your grade. And the sooner you start, the sooner you'll move up the ladder. You'll win the sincere, respect of your friends and neighbors, too. They know tHe National Guard's splendid wartime record. They know that the National Guard is a great force for lasting Peace. All this month, it's National Guard Assembly— time to get in the Guard. Good men arc joining up. Are you with them? Get the facts—today I •Nati Liste Paul Kclw l Guard Ass«mbl>'," vrllh Wednesday r.ijht*, ABC NOW ELIGIBLE UNOE* NEW LAWMEN OF 17 Enlis' Now! IN YOUR SPARE TIME, EARN 1/S THE ANNUAL FULL-TIME PAY OF THE REGULAR ARMY SOLDIER I Annunl pay tor entiiltd mtn of lh« n*w National G*»ord — boi*tj on 4t Armory drill p.riodi ond I 5 da,.,- fummtr Reid training: Pv » $157.50 S/S 9 t $241.49 P-F.C 167.98 T/Sgr 282.90 Cpl 189.00 M/Sgt 346.50 S 3t 209.99 < IttSgt 346.50 (If youV. <r Veteran, «oV fnng»vlly lor turnmer frciTnlnj poy —full trfldrl tor your icrvkt In Army, Navy, Mann* Carpi of CoaU Guard.) Army Day Celebration Tuesday, April 6 Parade - - 3:30 p.m. Open House Will Be Held at the Armory From 4 to 10 p.m., Featuring a Display of Arms and Equipment FREE DANCE at 10 p.m. This Ad Sponsored by the BLYTHEYILLE JAYCEES rtcleiise.s against Ihe dun cniili n iitl (lie duller vegetation, but iifter 30 inlmite.s we found » Inrxe m'r.ip of HelK'ls. They saw us, too. "lialigl" a rnxxcil.holo nriix-iivcd ncnr the wlnxtlri, H was oulv n Lmllet, but It sounded more like n . oniiiiou n.s It lore |!I.'-O!IB)I the iitnnc. I '\.*~ OIA: "uiiy uniis utrji) i '^^ l ' 1 ) 11°'' circled over the peak I the lilBhcsL Itlll Nurlli of n lp ((w .. n few mliniles, Ihen dived nl the «i>tl overlooking U. o t | KT lr(>0 . K Oiierrlllns. The rfichme B iiir^,al- n nrmored cais wore inovinu slow UM ' C<1 nml njl ' 1(t s »'okc drilled Into - ' the cockpit, chrysochos said lie i m d done, ".some nood" l>ut from , no cockpit II wns impossible lo S1 . c . Then two Spitfires pulled iilcmg- sldo niid Clirj'sochos iralntni out tile tai-uct. ')lie Oift^rrlllu.5 did tiot slumt t K ,ck nl i\\e Spitfire*. They were Inn busy scurrying lot hole Cmmon sliell's trom the 'spits looked like sparks from swiftly moving grindstone. They xtnrtcii fires on the mountainsides, which sent billows o[ lilncK smoke Inlo tlie t\lr. Apparently llicy did |be| r j 0 i,. y i||> a narrow, dirt road lowum :i hilltop south of Poiidukernssln JIU! giicrrllliis were In between We searched the hill Boulli 'of own imd spotted i«. o small concentrations of ounTilins, which Clnv- soclms dUvbomlMd. 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