The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 14, 1949
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WWWDAT, 'APttTL 14, 1949 (ARK.) 1 COtlRTUR NEWS nun Sharp Cut Made by Big Three In Number of Factories to Be Removed from West Germany WASHINGTON, April H. W/—-The United States, Britain and Trance yesterday announced a sharp cut m the number of factories to be removed from Western Germany. &f All or part of 159 plants are to be removed from ihe reparations list previously agreed upon. ( Expanding on the announcement from the State Department Secretary of the Army Royall told a news conference that a further three-power agreement, will be made public soon prohibiting some German Industries entirely and restricting others as a war-preventive measure. Royall said *his agreement will also ease present limitations on industries. For one thing, German shipbuilding will be removed from ihe prohibited list. It will »e permitted on * restricted basis. Some new Industries will te added to the present prohibited list. Royall said Germany will wcl- JN Delays Action )n Israel's Bid General Assembly Votes to Sidetrack Membership Issue Hanna Company of Cleveland. Studied 381 Fuctorlei This group originally selected 381 actories in Germany for detftllet tutly and last January recommend •ri that 107 of those plants be re allied. The recommendation was thei legotialcd by the State Departinen vith the British and French gov ruments. A compromise agreemen was finally confirmed here In.; week by Secretary of Slate Ache ion, British Foreign Secretary Bev u and French Foreign Mlnistc achnman. The State Department announce ment said that the revision of th reparation list "was made In orde to brine the reparation dismantlin program into harmony with 11- European Recovery Program." Under it, those plants which. If retained in Germany, can contribute most effectively to the coordinated economic revival of the countries participating In the European Recovery Program will be removed from the reparation dismantling list." The announcement added moreover that "the removal of equipment not yet completely dismantled and removed will be completed ns quickly as possible." come the decision to retain all 01 part of 159 plants previously scheduled to be knocked down and shipped to allied countries. But he indicated he anticipated the Germans will be less pleased with tin new prohibited list. Amounts Vary A State Department announce ment said the amount of equipmeu formerly scheduled for removal bu now to be left there varies ampul, vlhe 159 plants "from a single I " fcot equipment ill a plant lo the 'lire equipment of an operating fac tory." "The equipment which will be re taincd in Germany is located in 32 plants in the steel industry. 88 metal working plants. 32 chemical plants and seven plants in tic non-ferrous metal industries,' the announcement said. Five of the steel industry plants it was explained, produce crude steel and these will raise Western Germany's stcelmaking capacity by 165.000 tons a year. That will give Western Germany a total capacity of about 13,465.000 tons annually. The production ceiling of 11,100,000 tons a year remains. Simultaneously with the State Department announcement, the British and French Foreign Olfices were due lo release their own statements on the same agreement. The annoimcmenl.s are the latest in a series of mnves aimed at this three-fold obejective: 1. To give Germany limited self- government. 2. To advance the conquered nation towards economic self-suffic- Atency. and ^ 3. To enable Germany to contribute more to the total recovery of Europe. The cut In the German reparations list was made on the initiative of the United States as the result j for retirement of bonded Indebied- of a survey by a group of American j ness? If so. give a brief explanation Industrialists. of tile indebtedness anrl the source Murry Asks Data From 42 Agencies Using Cosh Funds LITTLE ROCK, April 14. Attorney General Ike Murry yesterday began preparing defense of the nse of cash funds by state institutions and agencies. Murry sent a letter to the 42 state agencies operating cash funds requesting certain information for use in opposing n law suit filed it PulaKk! Chancery The suit; filed by Rep, James A Gipson of Saline County, challenges the constitutionality of the use of the cash funds. Murry n.skcd the agencies: "1. What, statute o- act of the legislature authorizes your agency to maintain a cash fund? "2. From what sources arc tlie revenues deposited In your cash fund derived? "3. If federal funds are disbursed from the cash fund, briefly explain the federal regulation authorizing such disbursement. "4- Are any of the funds now deposited in your cash fund By Mm Harrclson NEW YORK, April 19. (/P>—The United Nations Assembly voted ve.sterday to sidetrack Israel's bid for U.N. membership Into Its 58- nation Committee. The u|kset, vote was 31 to 18 for sending the issue lo the committee for further debate at I^ake Sue- J cess, instead of taking quick action' in a plenary meeting of the assembly here. Seven nations abstained. The assembly's action followcc. a move led by the Arab countties to reverse last week's recommendation of the assembly's ' 14-nation Steering Committee. This body had projHxscd final action without further preliminaries. The decision Is expected to delay a final vote on the Israel application possibly for several weeks, i'asscs Doubts The \otc and the debate which preceded it raised doubts fo 1 . he fiivsl time j.s to whether Israel voulti muster enough strength at hi.s time to win admission as the i9th member of the U.N. However. Israel hns been recog- lized by more than two thirds ol .be United Nations. A two-thirdr najority i.s needed for approval. Immediately before the vole ot senditi" the application to committee, the assembly voted 46 (o ' to place the question on its calen din 1 for notion at this .spring session Three ccunlrics abstained and two Cellulose Wall Material And Paint Aided Fire In Which 75 Persons Died 8 PR I KOFI ELD, 111., April IV tf>) •—The swift spread of fining which rlMlroyed St. Anthony's Hospital at Effliigham, says the Illinois state (Ire marshal, was helped by a cellulose wall material, old and fresh paiiu. on the walls, and unprotect e<l openings. Oritfn of the April 5 fire, In which 15 pprsoiu died or are missing, hns nol bwn determined, said Pat Kelly, state tire marshal. A solemn memorial lo the five dead was held Tuesday near the ruins of the 3 1-2 story liospltnl building. Mayor H. B. Rlnelmrt read a letter from President Tru- rimn In which he promised fedora nld In the plnm to rnlsc $2,400,000,000 (or a new hospital. FDR, Jr., Wants Seat In Congress to fight GOP-Dixiecrat Coalition NEW YORK, April 14. (,P) — laiiklln D. Roosevelt, Jr., facln nee opponents In a contest fo vacant Congress seat, says h ants to be elected so he can "Ugh giilnst the reactionary coalition o lepublicans and Dixiecrats." Addressing a llbcrnl party meet ig, Roasevelt snid the cofUJ killed the civil rights bill and th oustng bill and passed Ihe Tnft- Inrtlcy Act." The Iflle president's lawyer son, ecking the scat left vacant by the icath of Rep. Sol Bloom, veteran lemocrutlc Congressman, said I'ammauy Hall would not have rc- lominnled Bloom Ir he had llvccl. Roosevelt has been rejected by rninmnny Hall lenders ror (he Democratic nonilnation in the Democratic 20th District on Manhattan's West Side. The inctor \vhich .sceired to weif:l Hie in the vole was Israel' recent declarations ovnx>siiiK a U.N plan [o set up an International re gimc in Jerusalem. Moslem Pakistan look the lead i the fight to head off quick actio and semi the question to committc for a full debate. Mother Shoots Son, njure* Self with Knife MADISON, IN., April 14. W)—A uree-year-old boy. »«» shot to eath Tuesday night and his moth- r, Mrs. Hue Miller. 28. w» found leeding profusely from knife wounds. Police were notified by Dr. David 'rledman, the family physician, who enorlcd that Mis, Miller telephoned ilm she hud shot the child. Th« boy, Duvld, had been shot n Hie head with • .22-calibcr rifle »nd his left leg clashed with a hunt- nK knife. Mrs. MiHor'n husband. Leonard 3. Miller, wns ot work at Ihe Grnn- le City Steel Company nt the time PILES Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin Thousand* chare* Krotni to crloj. UM • cforlor* 1 formula to I cliov* tllnromfoi t •( plloi. Sent drUK«Jst« by noted Ttiorn- ton & Minor Clinic. Burr/rifling OUICK uiULatlv* rcllaf of !>»1n. Itch. frrlUllon. TendA to aolUB, aitrtuk • well in if, if or tor*' way. Ott lub« Thornton Minor'* Ufct«l Ointment or Rectal Sup- posUoripj today. Follow label d1r«ctionj For iftl< at all drug itor«f «vcrynhw# ! You Are Cordially I Invited to Visit The Purple finches often tear up Inst year's hummingbird nests to get material for their own nests. {Accessory Shop • Feminine Apparel | Mabel HogHn Jessie Srile • Hotel Noble iildg. ! Klytheville, Ark. Listen for Fish Fishermen once depended whiles ami birds to lead them schools of fish. Today, they arc Icarimic lio\v lo listen for fish by using submarine defection devices developed during the war. 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