The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1948 · Page 10
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TAGS TEN Russian Answer On Trieste Sought 3 Western Powers To Prod Soviets Soon To Break Silenc* BT Donald I. Contain (Vrdted Press Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, April 6. (UP) — The United States, Britain and Prance will prod Russia soon for an answer ' to their demands > that Trieste be returned to Italy, diplomatic sources disclosed today. The three Western powers on March 20 surprised Hie Soviet government by asking that four-power lallcs be initiated "Immediately" to amend the Italian peace treaty. So far. It was learned, Moscow has not replied. Speculation Is growing in diplomatic quarters that the Soviet government may seek to avoid a showdown on the three-power proposal until after the Important April 1819 Italian elections. Diplomatic sources hinted (lint much more delay by Moscow would bring strong "reminder" notes from the three nations. The notes may be sent to Moscow from Washington, London and Paris before the end ol the week. One diplomat said It was certain tile three Western po'.vers "aren't just going to drop the Trieste matter." BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Doin'^What Comes Unnatcherly Sqiiee (he rat and Terry the cat arc jusl iiite that. The two unnatural friends cat nnd pluy together, nnd Terry even lets Squee climb on his back. The animals are owned by Seattle, Wash., couple. Wealthy Recluse Found Burned in Furnace of Home STURGEON BAY, Wis., April 8. (UP)—The body of an eklcrly and reportedly wealthy recluse was foucirt stuffed into' the furnace of her 18-room home yesterday, j Tlie dead woman was Mrs. R. p State Department officials mean-1 Cot) y. about 85, authorities said! while disclosed that the Untied , Hcr ood - v was burned almost beyond States has not replied to Yugosla- "cognition. Sheriff Hallic [{owe vla's stern protest over its being nmi police chief Prank Parkman Ignored on the Trieste proposal. No decision has been reached on whether a reply will be sent at nil Ynroslav Opposition Seen Yugoslavia Is not expected to agree to a return of Trieste to Italy even it Russia does. Yugoslav diplomats- believe Russia ultimately will reject the proposal. The three Western rowers, however, hope to force Russia's hand on Trieste in advance of the Italian elections. Tlie strategic political advantage gained by the United States. Britain and France Is analyzed way by diplomatic officials: said they found a blood-sonkcd nightcap, similar to those worn by elderly persons near the furnace. Her body was found by police who came to the home after neighbors reported they had not seen ' Mrs. Cody since Thursday. | Neighbors uencved that Mrs. Co-. dy was very wealthy. Authorities j did not disclose whether an v val- | iiables had been taken from (Ho home. The victim had lived alone since 1912 a daughter died. Hcr If Russia accepts the Trieste plan then it will be placed In the position of saying "me. too" to a proposal made by Ihe Western powers. A rejection, on the other hnnd. would hurt Italian Communists on the eve of the critical elections. Italy accepted the three-power proposal two days after It was made. It said the Italian people, rejoiced at the suggestion, nnd viewed It a s a "guaranty of peace." Although Hussla has not replied, It was learned that notes acknowledging receipt of the British and French notes have been delivered in London and Paris. Russia has not even acknowledged the American note. husband, a prominent attorney ,im! this ' one time president of the Bank of ' Sturgeon Buy. died In 1008. They were wed in 1888. Door comity District Attorney Edwnrd G. Minor called MilwruiKoe crime experts for help. He said his ofUcials lacked complete .scientific detection methods. Rowc pos(ccl ft guard nt the home pending the arrival of the party from MiKvnu- ' kce. World Bank Executive Soys ERP Only First Step MEMPHIS. TENN., April 6. (UP) —Robert L. Garner, vice president of the International Bank for Rc- ransduction nnd Development warned today that passage by Con- Sress of the global nid bill Is only the first step toward the recovery of Europe nnd the world. "The hardest part Is still lo come." Garner -said on a public af- lairs forum here last night. "Measures to stabilize the cur- Weak,Watery Blood Blamed for Making Men and Women Look and Feel Older THAN THEIR TEARS How do you feel at th» «nd of » day> H **iat old tlniB pep and drive licking? Have you eliecked-up on jour blood strength lately? 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Garner, n native ol Bollon, Miss. find a graduate of VanderMIt University, has been vice president of the World Bank since last year. The ueaicrs, u. J. Crbacher. .lame Jack and Mrs. Clarence Yeaue: acon conics a violation of the pure rod and drug slalule.s. A child us born with all Us muscles in place. Every muscle fiber that the child ever will have Is produced before blrlh. TAXPAYERS NOTICE! The Books Are Now Open for the Payment of . 1947 STATE AID COUNTY TAXES —and— 1948 IMPROVEMENT TAXES On Real Estate and Personal Property VfW Candidate Outlines Plans for Campaign LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. April 6. i UP)—James' Merrill of McGehce, former VFW commander, wa-s on record today as a "unity" candidate tor governor of Arkansas In this year's race. Merrill revealed thai he would bogin stumping the state after Ihs ticket, closed April 2S, and that he would call on all opposing- factions to work together for the single purpose of advancing the slate. Among the otlier planks In hU tentative platform, Merrill JislC'i Improved highways and farm-lo- niarket roads, local control of county road funds, Increased per capita Income for Arkansas' wa 'e earners, Increased Inducemejits to industry to locate In the state, improved schools and higher salaries lo teachers and pensions for th» aged. Although he said he would be against Hie governor taking much of a part In ihe legislative or Judicial branches of (lie state govern- menl. Merritt .said he approved of Ihe Fiscal Control Board, on wliicn • he governor and olher .dmlnhlm- live officers weigh claims against the state . Monticetlo Man Killed When Auto Hits Bridge STAR CITY. Ark.. April 6. (UP) —A 45-year-old MontlcOlo-resident was killed last night when the car he was driving missed a bridge and plunged Into a creek-beed about six miles North o! here. He was Identified as Callas Boykln. Basil Boone, also In (he car, wa» injured. Spring Fever? 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