The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 12, 1947 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1047 U.S. Aid Agency In Europe Asked BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COUK1KU NEWS Stassen Urges Top Caliber Organization Set Up Under Congress NBW YORK, Nov. 12. (UP) — Harold E Slassen urged today ttiat top caliber American agency" ] Kidnaped Girl's Body Discovered After Two Years -_,. be set Europe. up to administer aid LOS ANGLES. Nov. 12 (UP)~ A tiny slgncl ring with 'the initial "R" was the tiual prool today thai (he skelton of a child abmil six years old, discovered Sunday near Santa Ana, Cnl., was that of kict- uap-viclim Rochelle Gtuskoter. Tlie girl's ring was indentifled last night by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Auc Gluskoter, bos Angeles to I I ' c ' li;ale5 sen operators, a few hours I after detectives discharged It .seven - — government have been quite confusing and have been loo long delayed" and urged the food Industry to recommend a .specific program to the government for leveling off lood prices and helping Europe. "I saw at first hand the result of complete extreme control of economy in Russia," Slassen said. "The results oi low production and poor standards of living arc beyond description. We must demonstrate that we can hold • Cast to the ways of freedom, which as an integral part require self-discipline and voluntary cooperation." The agency handling the aid program should be under the supervision of Congress, should be above partisanship, and should be headed by a single executive, Slasscn said. He added: "We should not make blanket loans to European countries and should not permit them to directly invade our tight food situation." Stassen submitted a seveii-iJoint "outline ol steps that it appears to me we should take during this Winter." flowered dress, found with the skcl cton, as those worn by their daughter when she was kidnaped Feb. 15, 1916. At lhal lime neighbors said they saw the little girl being driven iuvay from liev home by a swarthy man in a convertible automobile. She had been the object of a nationwide search for almost two yeraK. Dozens of suspects were questioned, but no definite leads were uncovered. All In One Room Hational "Draft Ike" League It Formed NBW YO11K, Nov. 12. (UP)— Formation »f a national Diali KLscji- hower League to submit den. Du l«l|l I). Eisenhower's name to both (he Republican and Ik'motrntic conventions wus inmoimcod yesterday by 11.^ board ol directors. The league, incorporated lu Oel- awr.re. will have Its licml(|iiar(ers In [he Astor Hotel, Now York,. H will replace I he Urn It Elsenhower (oi 1 Pn.'.sUU'iil IXMIKUD of Washington n'ni cnrry on a m^lonwfdi' campaign. Ixnive.s (,. the poison Ivy plum, I'onUury to popular belief, lire m>l poisonous. Tho iwlsou Is In Hie Lurk, root*, ivnd sli'im. Plfly-thiee per ceiil of our North' American weeds originated In Europe or Asia. Only 32(i per cent me native Americans PAGE. UEVEJ4 It U Mlinutcd that IM*MM ' American children HWkk ton* Vf* of secret l«rmm«, weh u .fit Latin. , - . Read Courier News Want Ads. TO CASE R SORfNfSS Quickly apply soothing and comforting GRAY'S OINTMENT with its wholesome antiseptics and nature aiding medication. Nothing else like it — nothing so comforting — or pleasant for externally caused skin troubles. 35c. Get a package today Bus Employes \Sue Operators For $7,299,00 HATTIESBURG. Miss.. Nov. 12 (UP)—A suit for si.299,000 was filed here today by striking members of the drivers' union against the Southern Bus Lines. The striking employes claimed back wages since last May. starting date of the current, violence-marked strike. L. B.ivretl Jones, Jackson, Miss., filed the suit which claimed that the contract between the union and the company was never revoked. The union said the striking em- ployes were entitled to full wages Irom the company, which is part of the National Trail ways system. _ Mrs. D. H. Kllonis, 20, pictured with her five chlldr.n and four brolhm mid .sisters niter the including Mrs. Kllonis' father, Waller 1. Morns, were found living In R small, one-room shuck Inghnni, Ala., and subsisting on acorns, persimmons and what food they cuuld find. (NBA Rationing Worries Linger For Those Who Sold Goods bin inmily, near Hirm- Telcpholo.t ATLANTA, Ga. Nov. 12 (UP) — John Q. Public may tic irole to forget wartime rationing, but the ROV- crnmcnt today warned firms who handled goods that have been decontrolled not to foraet. The Commerce Department advis- ed nil linn handling rnmmuilitie.i niHl services now ration-free to hail); onto tneir records for two years. Uncle Sam may want to look at the records sometime duriiiR Irt.it period, tl was explained. Santa Says: rj^- &y&t Shopping Only JJ Days until Christmas Credit is Free at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES H takes only 3 Minutes to Open A Chharge Account Blimp Observers Spot Traffic Difficulties SACRAMENTO, Cnl. (UP)—A novel method of studying traffic congestion was used here when four officials went aloft in a blimp to observe the flow. The group stayed up for nearly an hour. The blimp was used Ije- cause it could hover over key areas longer than an airplane. The flight resulted in recommendations for new parking regulations and for traffic signals at additional intersections. Slayer of Three Enters Hospital for Sanity Test RUSSELLVILLE, Ark., Nov. 12. (UP)—Robert Jones, alleged slayer of three persons, was in the state hospital in Little Rock today for mental observation foilowing a hearing before Circuit Judge Audrey Strait Monday. Jones pleaded not EUiity although officers ssid he had earlier confessed the triple killing. Jones is charged with slaying Columbus Clianslcy, a brother-in-law; j Mrs. Nancy Chansley, his mother- 1 in-law and Clyde Adams, a neighbor, for their alleged interference in his marriage. FARM DITGHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION ^ree Estimates S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BIDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. of Fun CHITWOOD'S 10 PIN BOWLING ALLEY Regulation 10 Pin Alleys ALL NEWEST EQUIPMENT In 500 Block on East Main Street Phone 4929 Arkansan Elected ALBANY. N. Y. Nov. 12 <UP>- Piiiil L. Phillips, c.nnnen, Ark., mis mimed today lo succeed Matthew J. Hums, Albany, us president of the Intel national Uvotlivrtiuoil o! Paper Milkers, (APW for a two- year term beginning Jnn. 1. A former member of the \V:ir Mi.npower Commission's labor management ciimmiltci' lor the .Albany district, Phillips has been first vice prcddnil ol the union since 1941. liciul Courier News Want Ads. MOSS BRYAN Fraiurrs ji DOLL SALE Rrlile Dolls, a. IK) ...... \m ( $'>.00 All N'.illcin Dulls. :l.OII . X<i iv Si.OO t.ovrl.v Mitilehin Itolls were fi.06 S[uffi><! Animals St.OO lu $4.00 .......... H Off Clillilreu'K Kablill l-'iir Sll|,|,,.,s Slie 1-3, 2.0(1 ......... Nin, JI.OD Pig Banks '/2 Off THE GIFT SHOP lOii Kiist Main Street Farmers Auction Date Changed Hereafter, Auctions Will Be Htld on Mondayi Instead of Thursdays., Next Auction Will Be Held 'Monday, Nov. 17th FARMERS AUCTION CO. So. Highway 61 Phon. 724 THE GREATEST Ni ALL The Store that has them GUARD'S ALL $49.50 — BULOVA $45 — ELGIN $47.50— BENRUS ^^o^S^o^f^ $60.50 — HAMILTON $55 — GRUEN > HRISTMAS — the time to give ... a gift ^' -of "time"! A watch is a constant, minute- by-minute reminder of you. Just look over these illustrations and prices of nationally- famous watches we offer, and remember, they are just a few of the many hundred more we show in our store. We offer you the finest in time ... on "time" ... take up to a year to pay, at no extra cost. to *550 $55 —WALTHAM $69.50—2-DIAMONDS $42.50 —JEWEL-DIAL $195 —RUBIES- DIAMONDS $39.75 —HELBROS **> GUARD'S Jewelry Store Blytheville

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