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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 29, 1947
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_THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1947 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.V COUlilKR NEWS Money Matters Worry British . Labor Party Hears Plea for Stepping Up Of Nation's Exports MARGATE. May 29. (UP)-HuBh Ualton, chancclor of the exchc- tliat Britain must not count iny further American loans, appealed successfully tot the rejection or withdrawal oi three! nntl-adnilnlslr.itlon resolutions on manpower niul foreign policy. He warned lh;it with the present, U. S. Loan rapidly rtinnliil! out. Britain's whole [uturc depended on boosting exports to the level at which, they would balance off Imports. Earlier In tile Day Jennie Lee. tabor member of Parliament and wife of health minister Ai^urln Bcvan. demanded to know whether the government would s eck another American loan. "What every delegate in this hall wants to know _ iu c bogy which haunts every one of us — is what does the Boveinmenl propose to do when (lie American loan PAGE SEVEN. runs out?" Miss Lee said In I he Labor Party conference economic debate. "Must we accept another loan on nny antl-Soclnllst term* which might be laid down?" Cries of "iw> .no" filled the linll. Ministers o{ Prime Minister Clement Attlee's cabinet maintained poker faces during the clamor. Miss was the first spegker to mention the possibility of further American aid. "All the time we arc looking over our shoulder flt. the coming crisis," the petite, black-haired woman saitl. '•v,il| we be lartded in such a mess that we shall be Invited to suve ourselves by making ourselves a- fiieeable to some of the most re- Now That the Horses Are Out of the \Vay V. . ^ V X x » '*! V I >; *• .« !* *• '• V S *; »; «; •I *; '*! >; >! !*" >; >; >; >; >; X X >] >] >] >; '*; » >I >r * ; s >; >; >; ^*" X X X >; X X X X 1 >: X ! X X . X ' X • X ' V >! A .. .. >*..*,.«. .< ^XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV •> PROFIT By Reading the Classified Ads Every Day! PROFIT By 'Advertising In The Classified Columns When You Want To Buy Or Sell Ads Placed by 10 a. m. 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M.I*.stnK Persons J It Is sold Hint more persons disappear from Paris than from anj other city in the world, Approxl- 1 mutely $20 were reported mh.sin; t-vciy day In 1931. Sparsely One South Dakota county,' S3! (inure miles In. area, has a while ix.pulstion of tmly two nnd:»ri In- liian population ot o»ly 20. The largest oil refinery In; existence. Is in Curacao, Dutch West miles. It has 10,000 employes and a daily capacity of more than 295,OCO barrels. ' Mite. Mrrtoi * _. Pion« I101 K7 j r ,f ^•••••••K in i'i IIHMUII i '• ii mil i i i in i i INI ii i i iii nin .. L ._> jua ii_ i aa The famous flamingoes at Hinleah Park, Minmt, Vhi., mtilic nn ulli-.-u-livo plclure ;is, with Iho racing season over, they enjoy rest nnd ciuiet—jiucl tfi'l down to their nniuml <>KK-tayl"I!- The flamintfo Jays only one ct'tf a ycitr, building a mound of earth upon which il i:; dcpoiiiU'd. 11 UiUca iiboiil ;\ monlh for the t'Ct! to hah'h. ,..,'... .. „,_,,.,*..„-< Record of World War // fo Fill 99 Volumes oi 400 Pages Each WASHINGTON, (UP) Brltf. Gen.' Harry J. M;ilony inul IiLs Wiir Do- pnrlimcnL historical .section nrc! luircl at work on a 9!)-volume his- lory of World Wivr II. Imscd op everything from top secret files to interviews \viUi OI's. Matuity liop^s to complete Uils imoiuiincnliil work within live years —and provide enough imUrri.U t.o keep the liistoricnl novelists untl istoriaiis Vmr.y for :i cetiltiry. Gen. DwighL D. Kiscnhowcr, Army chief of JilalT. has thrown open hif> top secret fito.s when he was suprotnc allied cotnnuuulcr in Europe for use as source nmtcrliil. The historians uix 1 restrained only by cryptographic security and inut- ici-s uflcctnig personal reputations Eisenhower has in on Lhc cotifereiiecs of Die historians to arctic out controversinl points. The purposes of the history nrc: 1. To provicln !i hasi.s for war pluns lor future conflicts, 2. instruct new members of the armed fortes in military history. actlonnry forces in America?" Lor<i President of the Council , Herbert Morrison told the conference earlier ttv«\l Anglo-Soviet trade talks may break economic bottlc- | necks in both countries.'* '1. Iiifuvm t)ie general public. Tlic compilers .cxpout ilu-ir 1)1 i- iory ttj refute Russian claims Ilia I Ihcy \\(m (lie war in Kuruiir with very 1:1 lie !ii ( | from th Tliey intend lo .slunv that New Suyc-Bustiny Plow Shown in Desert Area . in .^oulhrni itii tlit; end Tt.'i. 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