The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1947 · Page 2
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P!AGI TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK:) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18,1947 Britain Warned Of New Troubles Indian Leader in UN RobeV Issu* Over Situation in. Africa UN11VU ICATTONB HALt,, Plush- iOf, JC. \T, Nov. 18. :tJF)—Indl» warned Ore** BrlUln yeettrday that "further deteriorations" of India's r«l*tk»t. with South Africa might force India and Pakistan out of th* British commonwealth. Ur*. Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit deliver*! the warning In a final appeal for TIN General Assembly cen- «un of the Union of South Africa lor dlKrimlnaUng' against Indian r*""*"'* llvinf and working In South Africa. Leaden of India, Mrs. Pandit declared, long have held the view that "to long as Indians were regarded as an Inferior race. Inside the British commonwealth there was really no room in it for a self-respecting India." Mrs. Pandit's words were directed at British Minister of State Hector McNeil, chief of the British delegation, who sided with South Africa In the Assembly's second successive argument over the Issue. "Today," she said..."India and Pakistan are both dominions and surely Mr. McNeil realizes that the further deterioration of our relations with South Africa may have the most significant consequences, not only In our relations wltli the British commonwealth but in a much wider field." . While the political committee First Food-Laden Friendship Trains Reach New York NEW YORK, Nov. IS. -(UP) — The first 24-car section or the food-laden Friendship Train reached New York yesterday and two more sections approached the city from the North and South, gathering carloads of gift food from Americans out to prove their gen- erouslty to starving Europe. A salute to the Statue of Liberty Reddest of ffie French Reds neared the end of the Indian-South African fight, the assembly held another day of full-dress sessions In the hope of ending the 1947 meeting by the end of the week. The future of Palestine and the Big Five veto issue were still far from settled. * Delegates adopted a .schedule of day nnd night meetings In hope of winding up the session by next Sunday. HntnslrutiK uy Givat Britain's noncoinmiinl policy and differences between Russia and the United States, the subcommittee planning Palestine partition WHS pressed to work out a plnn by Wednesday or Thursday. Fiiml debate of the issue must begin by then if the assembly I sticks to Its plan to quit by the ! end of the week. j In the case of the veto the United i States lined up strong support for Its plan to launch a year-long study of the big power voting privilege in the Russian-boycotted "Little UN Assembly." In'an attempt to bring Russia Into the veto talks, the United States hoped to have the assembly invite the Security Council to loin in the study. Men Li/ce Cotmetict, ' Survey Discloses NEW YORK. (UP)—Men teem to be going in strongly for toilet preparations and «ven cosmetics A survey by The American Magazine among its male readers shows :hat men today are using hair tonics and hair dressings, hand creams and lotions, Up preparations, de- oderants and antl-perpiranU In quantities undreamed, of only a few years ago. The nation-wide study snowed Lhat nearly 7 out of every 10 men In moderate Income classes use hair tonics and dressings, 16 per cent mor* than did in 1940. The Increase in use of deodorants has been even greater—48 per cent BOW us* them compared to only 1 73 per cent in 1MO. , Here are other things the mat's-! zlne learned about the men: [ 76 per cent shampoo their hair at home—on an average of once a week. 63 per cent use a hand cream or lotion for chapped or rough hands. 44 per cent use prepartlons for chapped llpc. "Since good chinchillas cost from 11,000 to $1,600 a pair, you can see that my potential profits are adding up rapidly," Dr. Green said. He keeps the pets in a spare room in his office suite and'feeds .the babies goat milk from a bottle. Read Courier Mew* Want Ads.. GooGoo IN BOTTLES AND AT FOUNTAINS It's New — How Open/ AUTO UPHOLSTERY SHOP AT LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 305 East Main Street L*t « il»w you enr pleasing 'and durable material!! for Auto S=al Carers. Tailored to lit any seat. 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A northern section of the train stopped at Buffalo, N. Y., Sunday night, where several hundred persons gathered to watch 13 additional cars be added. Mayor Bernard J. Dowd read a message' from Qov. Thomns E. Dewey expressing hope that the train's cargo "will do much to alleviate the suffering 6f the people of France nnd Italy." A Southern section arrived at Hnrrlsbnrg, Pa., yesterday. It had 53 cars of food when it left Pittsburgh Sunday night, after presentation ceremonies by Mayor Dnvid L. Lawrence. A section of 24 cars from Pittsburgh arrived by Pennsylvania Railroad at Jersey City, N. J., Sunday night and wns being prepared today to be loaded on two railroad mrges for tomorrow's ceremonies at the Statue of Liberty. EXTRA SPECIAL! * Lots of Fun * * * Optn 1 p.m. Til— * CHITWOOD'S TO PIN BOWLING ALLEY Regulation 10 Pin Alleys ALL NEWEST EQUIPMENT In 500 Block on East Main Street Phone 4929 Matched luggage for men at rock-bottom prices! • / Ptpri-Cola Company, Long Itland City, N. Y. 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