The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 13, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 13, 1947
Page 10
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ivs Offer Proposal to UN ncont Urged •On Group Making in Balkans Survey P.b 13 (UP)— Yugo- sflvja proposed todny tliat IJie United Nation? Commission on B4!ka-i affairs should confine )t- £e£f to a stydv of GresK Intbrhsil affairs (The seeurih Council had Instructed the commission not to interfere In internal affilis but to JirnU its stud} to forder relations Ijetween Greece, on one liai.d, and Abania, -Yugoslaua and Bolivia'e other) Yugoslav- teoresentatu e Goslp DJjrdji submitted 12 proposnls to the'. Commission as to how it should conduct (lie investigation. 'Among the suggestions that "eminent" pol- Itlcpl leaders, all of them either Ijefti£tjs.x>r,camn)untsts, should testify; government "poisonings and purges" should t>3 Investigated, and that th$ effects of tl)e presence of B.'lfisH troops. should tos studied. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Stossen Before Labor Committee snow. , .Greek Army reports said a band of ; ?<» guerrillas attacked the town of' Contantia Monday night, killiiiB •25.'men, women and children and wounding 3o others. .The, reports said 50 houses were burned -In-.the tc-wn which is locates Northeast, of Fiorina and 10 s from the Yugoslav frontier. More Air -Hostesses Wanted Chairman. Scn- Tolephoto .) testimony before the Senate Labor Committee hi wnshtn;>ion, lornicr Messages from Salonika said heavy <J°™rnor Hurold Stassen of Minnesota offered Congress a bro'a-l iiro- bajiles. vere ;aghig m No'ihern gram !o end "abuses" by labor. Here Blasscn left confer-; win, Greece from the Bjros River to'ator nobert Taft, of Ohio ' ' thy.. Grcjo-Alnanlan frontier with ••great casualties" lo trio guerrillas. In 'th'e Kczin'i area, the government reported 12 guerrillas had •been killed in a battle which WAS still irr'progress. Rsjxj'rts said both sides were suf- ieriiig from extreme cold with lighting going on in three feet of Eisenhower Post , YORK ;<UP> — More and nf r WASFflNGTOiY, Feb. 13—(UP) —War Department sources believed today that Gen. Dwlfjht D. Elsenhower, n rmy chief of slnff, would accept readily if offered the post of U. S. Ambassador l o Britain. Elsenhower's name has figured prominently in the speculation over a successor lo o. Max Gard- who it,'will employ and train more than 400 new stewardesses between now and the end of June to augment its current staff O f 650. on the eve of his - . Condon. The genera!, according to as allied commander in chief In announces the European war, won high rjojj- ularity among the British. If Eisenhower were given the ambassadorial post, his most likely successor ns chief of staff would Cleveland Planning Lake Front Airport CiEVEl.-A.Mn (UP) - Cleveland. T.C <>| the important air hubs of tlic nation, will have :•. new dowu- '.ou'n, loke from airport, in a few yeais. only a few blocks from the ?eiilcr of the city. Already, tons of waite arc bslng poured Into the loke front site O l he air base to provide 'artificial and wlu-ic only the falers of Lake Erie are now. V. fl .Army engineers are j)iT|;p.rinB to put ECO.OOO cuoic yards of fi!i hi »j c nrca this spring Most, of the till will come from t!ic> cuyahoco River, each year the army engineers have to let controls lo remove mud from the •Ivsr bottom so t| u . waterway will sttiy dcc|) enough lor freighters js.ullng o:e and llmc-sto:ie lo un- rlvcr steel mills. Industrial City Seeks to End Smoke Nuisance Without Delay PITTSBURGH <UP)-TJie awK of Pennsylvania and Allegheny Coirply will go to work on Pitt/ burgh during 1947 with A pocket full of money untl an idea that "the fu lure of ^thc city Is only what we •me "queen" city of iron ami steel-making will be given a facc- liflijjg clvfcally nnd Itidustilalh. Millions of dollars will (w ollocat- ftd to rc-devolopmcnt projects" while Ihe s(ress Industrially W j)j be on dlvcrsihcutloij of Industry. The city wants and needs new Industries for the revenue lljey will bring. Officials lliink they can be allracled Ihrouyh « program of modernization. J. L. Pony, former president of Carnegie-Illinois Slcel Corp., champions the cause of tllvcrstldcd In dustiy. 'Wo must logically expect that when it Is nccessnry for some of the present steel mumifaclurina facilities In Pittsburgh lo he replaced, they will be Installed at locations nearer to the concentrated consumption of steel," he said. Mayor David I.,. Lawrence admitted that a general house cleaning Is needed to make the city more liveable. He said smoke must be eliminated, rivers cleaned up, hill- Bhtes Ix-autifled, blichted areas wiped out and flums lorn down. TJ:c> state and thi) county have HKsumect most of the responsibility in reviving the city. They will undertake [ijiig-runsje projects running all the way from smoke abatement to u wholesale re-development and modernization of the "Point " the tip of the "G'oldsn Triangle'" business dislrict. City 16 l'»y Little Plllsbui'Sl) itself will make only a small financial contribution to the over-all cost. Us money worries arc aggravated by the loss of tax revenue from most bit- industrial plants Just outside the city limits. Only in Iho planning stage is a 53ft,npO,0«a program to take mtf I from the streets, splinters from the mill-;; of board walk that climb the steep hills to homes, and bumps from .scores of bridges. Meanwhile, other extensive Improvements affecting the area are i;i full sivhiR. fjomc of tlie major projects are: 1. An $80,000,000 Allegheny coun- .TUUKSUAY, FiamiUAJU' 13, J.tM7 Are You Tormented By ' f* E R 8 O DIC FEMALE Wfth Its Nervous Cranky, Weak Feelings? Then Ilstcn-Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cojnpound is famous to relieve cramps, headache, backache nnd those nervous, restless tired feelings, of such daj'S—when due Lo female functional monthly di.sturbsmce.s. A particularly fmo thing about Pinkham's Compound is that — take 1 !! regularly— this great moo'i- cine helps build up resistance against such syinptoms. ju^i sco if you, too, don't ivrnarkably I'ene- , , Jit, Also a great sionmchic ty program lo Insure clean streams and more efficient discharge of .sewage. "• An allocation of $30,000,000 n Federal funds proposed to protect the area from flooded waters. •*• An anti-smoke program which tin i, cml of llle yrar ' WJU "™- nmil all coal consumers from ti!=- chnrglng smoke over the city 4 A $35,000.000 modern four-lane highway connecting suburban Wilk-- cnsburg with downtown Pittsbui-Kh •>• A $20,000.000 Greater Pittsburgh airport, which will be one of he world's largest, and four times ine size of the present Municipal Airport. Police Shoot Starlings And Natives Feast LANCASTER, Pa. (UP)-- Police FUtlmtial FARM LOANS J Low Int«r*»t J Long Term / F*!r AppraW / Prompt Servlc* RAY WORTHINGTON Serving This Sei'llm. for 21 Years 115 Su. 3rd JHyUievllle. Ark. turned n "local health menace Into a rather dellBlHtul dish, many kitchen experts found. Six thousand starlings were shot out of the sky by the police and thp birds «erc scooped up by residents anxious to prepare themselves a batch or stnrlliig potplc. One 'Aoman wanteu (i mess of reserved for her. "We'll shoot them." an officer replied, "but you'll have to come down and gather them yourself." STARTS RELIEVING All 6 COLD MISERIES-IN JUST 6 SECONDS! '•xi'-ttti; J-clU-r fn.rn rotd inisi-iivs.'Cau- COIO PREPARATIONS TABLETS OR LIQUID •Tuil. JUrk 11,, Tunt in Trudential ProKnun Sunday at 4 ]i.m. over IVUEC 328 So. Division Phono 2996 . F. KEBGiJGH ONE STOP SERVICE • GROCERIES You'll find all the sUiple goods you'll need at Kcrbouali's ... at reasonable prices. Not only that, you can have all your other needs fulfilled at the same time. ® AUTO REPAfRS ' Any make, any model car is in good hands in our expert repair shop. We arc equipped to handle any job, large or ami)!. Our A-ork is guaranteed and we use only the best materials. © TRACTOR REPAIRS Got that tractor in good condition for the coming work season with u general checkup in our shop. 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