The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1947 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 23, 1947
Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTIIEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS WBDNHSDAY, A!>R1I. Xi, 19-17 Jap Treaty Drive May Start Soon .'. Action Expected . When Marshall Returns from Moscow ; ; BV JMILES W. VAUGHN (United J?rcss Slaff Correspondent) iTOKYO, April 23. (UP)—A drive • lor an immediate Japanese peace treaty may be exacted sooii after U. S. Secretary ol State George • C. Marshall returns to Washing' ton from Mos:ow, it was learned yesterday. , • -Gen, Douglas McArthur, accoi'd- Ing to an unimpeachable informant, "deplores the continuance of forced strangulation of Japan's economy and tlie exa:tion of forced reparations through tile retention of war prisoners in slave labor." This source said reports that MacJArthur fear s tlie collapse of Japan and plans to leave Ills post were "malicious, fantastic and without foundation." High allied officials, however, believe that every day ol delay i:> reaching an agreement will make the formation of a long range program for Japan considerably mor c difficult. Such a program will i be necessary before Japan can as- : sume a responsible place in the world family of nations, In line with these plans, informed quarters said, it has been urged that a peace treaty between Japan and the allied nations concerned be negotiated immediately. Efforts are being made to "end the war on economic and political fronts as well as on the military front," an informant explained. "In addition to the reconstruction problems facing other countries, Japan, as a defeated nation—is Hampered by unsettled reparations, limitations on foreign trade, short- Workers Search for Bodies Navy Takes German Buzz Bomb And Makes Many Improvements irATPOST MUGU. Calif.. April 23. (NU) -The Navy revealed today it has the greatest BUUteci iiii.s»ilc in the history of warfare. It was a Ihrcc-lon flying bomo oflieially called the KUW-1. The 705 naval and civilian scientists and personnel of this heavjly guarded air missile test center can it tlie loon. Here are sonic of the things it will ilo: ImTi-ascs UK- cfkciiv<? heavy b'.im'oardtncnt nuif,.! of til- MT'Vy from 25 miles, the extreme, lirjure urhu'vod against J.ipun to lot :i.i « Radio ^controlled, it can change its course in flight to seek ->ut target with deadly accuracy. It's speed is in excess ol milt's IXT hour, its weight (i.WJJ pounds; its cost H5.000. Seventy-five correspondents, photographers and newsrecl cameramen watched a demonstration last' week of the radio-controlled bomo.i The Ncvy permitted them today to describe what they saw. The Germans Invented the bomo and coupled it with pulse Jet engine invention stolen Irom Hie United States. The result was the V-l buzz bomb, 5.5CO of which were fired across the English Channel and almost wrecked London. How the U. S. Navy has la- kcn the German composite and made it many times effective by equipping it for remote control by radio. ATTENTION FARMERS You Can Now Get TOO'' Coverage On Your Crops Against Haii Storms! Thi.s may be a year of heavy hail storms. We represent the largest and oldest Hail Storm Insurance Company and \vit)i the highest rating. Special representative will be in lilytheville ami vicinity for a limited time to take applications. Call, write or phone NOW for particulars — No obligation! UNITED INSURANCE Read Courier News Want Ads. Even before the ashes cooled Jollowing the explosion and fire at the Monsanto Chcrimal plant, Texas City, Tex., workers were busy searching for what illicit remain of an estimated 40 bodies believed to hue been trapped in the oflices of the company. (ACME Telcpholo.) Princess Elizabeth Dedicates 'Whole Life' to Commonwealth BY KOIiKIlT fFAHS (United Press Staff Currrspimclcnl) CAPETOWN, April 23. tUf>) — Princess Elizabeth, heiress presumptive climaxed to the British the celebration of 21st birthday Monday her sol- ages, and the burden of supporting the American occupation force. "Some allied officials feel that real peace is far away so long as what they term "the strangling economic blockade of Japan" :'s maintained as it was during the war. 'As one informant put it: "If the Japanese people are to bs given an opportunity to ad- Vance along the road to eventual a living. And to earn a living tho participation in a stable world I must have foreign trade, since tin; order, it is obvious they must be country is largely deficient in roan given the opportunity of making and raw materials." emn dedication of "my whole life to the service of the empire. Elizabeth, in a five-minut broadcast to the Empire over which she i s destined to reign, sat rest once and for all the sometimes idly recurrent, speculation that she 'might follow the example of her uncle, who as Edward VIII renounced the throne for "tin OPEN NOW: The Wonder City Grill Try Us For Delicious foods • Merchant's Dinners • Steaks 9 Chops • Chicken • Pies 409 West Main Phone 3900 Lilicntha! Puts Emphasis on Work, Secrecy OAK RIDGE. Tcnu., April '22 (111')— 'David E. Lilieiithal, chair man of the Atomic Energy Com mission, told Oak Ridjic resident \i nlu j a y night they nuist outstrip I •.rout imperial family to which we war tj mc accomplishments in atom- ' ill belong," said Elizubclli. who is ^ ic development and maintain strict woman I love." "I declare- before you all that .my whole life, whether it be long or short, shall be devoted to your .service service of our o become Britain's first queen since Victoria. Elizabeth spoke a s a "representative of the youth of the British family oi nations." In that roic she .secrecy for national security. "It is vital that secrecy be maintained under present world conditions,"- Lilienthal said in hi.-, first talk here since confirmation as asked the help and sup-' comission chairman. 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