The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1947 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 19-17 Britain Asks War Debt Reduction .:_ England to Regard Wartime Borrowing As Joint Expenditure LOXECX, May 1. (UP)—A high government source said today that! Britain will refuse in forthcoming j negotiations with creditor nations to recognize ail her wartime borrowing as legitimate debt and will] be "very tough" about getting the" balance scaled down. | ^ *'A large uro|K>rtion of these debts we feel should be regarded ^ joint' expenditure in a joint effort," the source said. He said Chancellor cf the Exchequer Hugh Dalton's statement last night that 3,0:0,003.Cca (S12.CO-),- COS.CCai sterling balances held by. Britain's wartime credits must I.e 1 scaled down was "a warning to people with sterling balances th.U we are prepared to be very toush.": Dalton called the British war debt tti "unreal, unjust and unsupportable burden." The government source said Britain sought no modification ol the. terms of her American loan. This was negotiated after the war and includes provisions for liquidating lend-lease accounts. He pointed out that under the loan Urms Britain agreed to seek modification of her sterling debts within a year. Mammoth Debts Cited Dalton told the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce last night, "Britain is strong, but one sign of her strength must bs the refusal to t»ke on fantastic commitments which arc beyond her strength and beyond all limits of good sense arid fair play. "These arc our fruits of victory —these vast debts nominally owed by us to those who fought with us in the great inter-allied effort," he said. He said that if lend-lease and mutual aid had been applied among all members of the grand alliance. as they were between Britain and the United States.' "by far the greater part of these debts would never have charged against, us." •Britain's debts included 1.250.030.000 (S5,003.CCO.OCO) to India. 450.- OCO.O:o ($1,800,CCO.COO) to Egypt; Australia. 203.COO.OOO »SOO,C03.<na i: New Zearland, 250.C03.0CO ($800.- C020GO)- Eire, 250,COO,COa (S1.0:o.- OOo'.OCO); Norway, 80,000,000 (J320.- CCO,0:0): Argentina, 120,000,030 ({4K>.COO,CuO); and Brazil 65.C03.000 $2CO,000,OCO>. Dalton's speech was widely praised in both labor and coiiscr.vativc newspapers. 'Quake Score Jars Nerves! In Wisconsin Gainesville Circus Will Be Filmed Guardsmen In Arkansas Get Equipment farmer in Tennessee Crushed Under Tractor Tcuii.. May 'I. (UP)— J. R. Vauiilian, BO-J'car-okl farmcv, died here last, Might froiji injuries received when his tractor overturned pinning him underneath. Tlic fanner lay trapped im«U>r tlie vehicle for five hours before lie was rescued by iv neighbor. dispense vinous or .spiritucn.s liquoi'a for beverage at retail on llic i>rr:n- Ises described us 111 South Si'cond St., Dlylhevillo, Arkansas. Application Is for permit to be issued lor operation beginning on the lirst rlny 01' July, 194'i and to -x.tiri: on ill, 1 30 (lay of June. 1918. Pilniore O. Gipion. UTTLE .HOOK. Ark.. May 7. (UP) —The re-organised Arkansas National Guard was stacking ar^jl sorting equipment today — cnougrt supplies for 3,003 men. The military supplies arrived v!;i bflrs rail i» IJUlo Hock yesterday in the '21 freight cars. The assortment included clothing. 2(i5 jeeps. 20 P-51 liuhtcr planes and two C-47 Ir'ins- ports. Also received were cannon fov the miard units at Forrest City, of the child's "kidnaper." I Helena and [lot Springs. The 15411) Filthier Stinadron, air arm of the rd, received six planes. | been abandoned, bill, curious nei^h-1 iwriodically trudge through surrounding farm land In hope of finding,a clue. I The glrl'a father. George W,' Weckler, a well-to-do Farmer .has oFFcred $2,500 of the *7,COD posted Jor information leading to arrest NOTICK OF FIMNG OK Al'l'1,1- CATION *'OK IJQIIOR I'liKMIT Notice is hereby give 1 that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit t'j sell and ! disiKMisc vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on lln k prem- 1 Ises described as 2 Main Street. Ar,' morel. Arkansas. Application Is for I permit 19 be issued ior o|>eriitlon I beginnini; on the 1st ciuy of July, ' 1917 and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1018. E. C. Wil.UA|VlS 'Armorel Drug Company; ney Francis Garitj- said today. Garity. who suspects she WJLS kid- jKtjM'd by a .^cx maniac, said authorities were "completely in the dark." Organized searches have Two Hollywood starlets who will lie Miluvcd in the motion the famed Texas community rir<-»s, iirc inclined in one of picture '•Gainesville, U. S. A.," based the circus wagons on Uicir flisv v-oi Gainesville. They are Beverly Lovei, left, and N'cila Hart. In charge of the formerly of Dallas, Texas. The picture will be lilmcd anil premiered In Texas. on -oit to picture Is Kobcit Frost. — vNEA Tficphoto) /owon Seeks Long Range Farm Policy WASHINGTON. May 7. (UP) — Rep. Charles n. Uneven. R.. ' wants Congress to set up a joint legisiativc committee to investigate farm problems and recommend a loti["-range federal farm pro- Bram. llocven introdiiccccl a bill yesterday to create such a committee. It would be composed of five rep- csentatives and five senators. The ommittcc would be required to lake its recommendations to Con- rcss belore Jan. 1, 19411. .MILWAUKEE, Wis.. May 7. 'UP —Jumpy nerves and an pverdos of excitement appeared today to lie the major, "damage" suffered by Southeastern Wisconsin residents as. a result of their enrthcniake icare. " The strons earth temblovs which shook the area yesterday afternoon brought all kinds of "eyewitness" reports to. the jammed switchboards ft ^police' stations, newspapers and fire departments, including a story that a large Milwaukee brewery had exploded. The temblor was'felt as a "heavy bump" in some localities, and as a quick, sideward shift of the earth in others. Some windows were broken and dishes knocked from shelves. The quake, the third to be reported throughout, the world within ihc same hour, was described as "very strong" by the Rev. Joseph Carroll, S. J., of Marqucttc University here. The other quakes were reported on seismographs at the California Institute of Technology. University of Chicago and Loyola •University at Chicago. The locations of the two other temblors were not definitely known. Reports indicated the shacks were felt from a point near Sheboygan. Wis.. South for 100 miles to the Wisconsin-Illinois border, and about Z5 miles inland. Transportation Company Seeks to Issue Bonds LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. May 7 (UP)- Before the Arkansas Puuii: Service Commission today 'was applicr.lion oof the Capital Gils Tranj:iK)rtation Co. to issue 3 percent notes in the amount o $105,0:0.' The application, filed yestcrda;, states tbat the proceeds will po U purchase 33 motor buses and trackless trolley coaches. The n would be secured by a morti on tlie equipment, and the loan :s to be paid in six years. /riie firm was granted a new 25- year franchise by Ihc Little .Hock city council Monday night. The council also approved tile company's new transpfulation plan idr Greater Little Hock. Involving the installation of a trackless trolly and bug system. Infant Diarrhea Death Toil Rises To 27 in Epidemic .PHILADELPHIA, May 7. (UP) — Another ilcalh from inlant diarrhea brought lo '21 loday the number of children killed by the disease since its oulbroak in Allentown, l'n.. hos- pllnls five weeks ago. T«enty-hi!U' babies were bcinp, treated for the disease in hospitals In Allentown. Philadelphia and Somcrville. N. J. Latest victim was nmcc Obcrdos- ler, five months old son of Mi'- and Mrs. Jnsepli Obcrdnsli'v, sialington. Pa. Tiic child died at Allenlown General Hospital late yesterday, a cw hours after the clcntri of 10-d,i:/- old Mary Ann Plcva, daughter of Mr. and" Mrs. Michael plevn. Eiu- naus. Pa., In the snmc hospital. Another baby suffering from the liscaso. a virus injection called stni-cntciiUs. was admitted to the Allentown Hospital last Mluhl. Big Reward Is Offered For Kidnaper •FT. ATKINSON, Wis,. May 7 <UE*) A six (lay investigation inlo the dlsappcnrniicc of eight-year- old Georgia Jean Week lor has* let uuthnriLlc.s "without even any good rumors lo work on," State's at Lor- Mississippi COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION Now accepting bids on 12,0(10 .si|. ft. of concrete slabs, about 750 yds. dirt fill, and 9,000 yds. of black lopping. Bids must bo in by May 24. FULL INFORMATION FItOM R. E. Blaylcck Secretory Vtissco Fair Association NOT1CK OF FILING Of AI'I'LF- C/YTION FOlt LIQUOR PICIIMIT Notice is hereby (jlvcn that ilr: undersigned lias filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of Hie State of Arkansas for permit to sell and Notice To Public We htivu moved from our old local ion at 119 Easf Main Street to corner ol' Railroad and Ash Streets. We will carry a complete line of good clean used cars. Our cars are all yuaraiilecd for a period ol' i!0 days. WK ALSO HANDLIO NIOW CARS! Why wait 1'or that new car? Wo can get delivery on any make in just, 12 hours. Just a small down payment and we will do the rest to put you on the road in .style! \V10 OFFKU 2-n!INUTK SKKVICK ON FINANCING Any car on our lot can he financed :n just 2 minutes. No red tape . . . drive by today, we arc fast hecc-ming tile best place to trade. We also any make car. tup prices for BURNETT'S/ ^^ AUTO SALES Railroad & Ash Streets B'nai B'rith Favors Allowing Displaced Jews to Enter the U. S. MEMPHIS. Tcnn.. May 7. (UP) A sov.'n-statc district iiuM-tnifi nt B'nai B'rith. Jewish fraternal order, was on record tnciay with a resolution urging I lie immigration of lO'J.OSO displaced persons from Europe fur thr "next four years into (lie .United Stales. The s;roup also urc.rd immediate hirs'.f'-scalc immigration into Palestine. Head Currier News Want Aiiils Weak,Watery Blood Blamed for Making Men and Women Look and Feel Older TUN THEIR TEARS How do you feel at the end of a day? Is that old time pep and drive IncMng? Ha\-e you checked-up on your blood strength lately? 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