The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 14, 1949 · Page 7
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^WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER H 1949 Monetary Talks Avert Election British Sources Believe Accord Ended Necessity of Vote LONDON, Sept. 14. M>)—Informed British political sources said yesterday they believe the three-nation Washington uccord has averted an autumn general election In Britain. These informants said failure of (lie conference In the American capital would have compelled the labor government to seek a new electoral mandate for pressing Its own long-term cure for Britain's economic ills. Government officials were silent on the election issue. Tliey said only (hat the 10-point program laid down by U. S., British and Canadian economic experts has staved off Inime- flfcite widespread unemployment and *!noit-timc work in England. No More Cuts Seen These officials based their opinion on the statement of Sir Stalford Cripps, chancellor of the ex- hequer, that no further dollar-import cuts are being considered now The political sources, ranging from labor ministers of parliament to party officials, said Prime Minister Attlee and most members of his cabinet are opposed to capitalizing politically on the results of the conference. They want to ivold possible charges of opportunism, the Informants said. The labor government's five-year Urm of office Is due to expire a the end of next July. However, the government can, if It wishes, go to ths country any time before that I it wants to test popular confidence in its policies. A consensus of labor MP's is that Attlee and his top advisers soon will go into the whole question and probably will decide In favor of a spring election, possibly in March or April. Real Estate Transfers (OHTOKASAWBA DISTRICT) L. M. and Arietta Moody to R' A Greenway. Lot No 1 except East 20 ^eet, all or Lot 2 In Block "O" o[ the Qprlginal Survey of Dell, »* 500 Wllli« Aldredge et al to Thelma L. Cothran, Lot Ig. Block 1 of the w. w. Hollipeter Second Addition, Emma Johnson to James andRn- ma Plump, Lot s of Block 32 or the Blytheville Addition, $300 Betty Hardin et al to Ed Hardln. +.16 acrej in Section 4-HN-lOE »i and other consideration. W. c. and Anna Gates to Ben and Mattle MOM, Lot 2 of Block 7 of the Elliott Addition, $250. , M. F. and Margie Brownlee to R A. Greenway, Lot 3 of Block "G" of the Original Survey to Dell, $500. Antonio Carney Walker to Max U>*an and HRrold B. Wright 210 feet by 524.7 Jeet In Section 1S-15N- HE. 41 and other consideration. Max B. and Annie Laurie Lo»an and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to James M. and Lucille Baughman, Lot a of Block "G" of the John B. Walker Second Subdivision, «800. Max B. and Annie Laurie Logan and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to Kcndell and KatheHne Jones Lot 10 of Block -B" of the J. B. Walker Eucond Subdivision, $600. ^Max B. and Annie Laurie Logan •id Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to J. M. and Lucille Cleveland Lot 9 of Block "B" of the John B. Walk- «r Second Subdivision, $800. Max B. and Annie Laurie Logan and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to R. H. and Daisy p. Locke, Lot 10 of Block "G" of the John B. Walker Second Subdivision, #00. Vernon O. Knapp and Bertie Mae Knapp to Fred A. and Oma Philbrook. Lot 51 of the Original Survey or Blytheville, 6,150. Sherman S. Washburn, Jr.. an Martha W. Washburn, to Harol E-iice Wood and Verna Wood. Lo 17 of the Jackson Addition, $9.000 James M. and Freedn Marie Sno to Willie B. and Cleo Canon, all o the North 121-1'2 reet of Lot 6 i Block 2 or the Dougan Addition, $7 500. A. A. Carson and Ruby Carfon t Gcorje W. Wigg.s, 1[4 interest in 1 ml 3 acres In sections 8, 17. 20. 2 TO 21. and 28, all in I4N-13E.$500. W. C. and Anna Cates to Will] Hoi! away, Lot 21 of Block 2 ot th Bran-ley Addition, $175. 24 Traffic Deaths Ir, o-ifp n.. r ; no Avejnst LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 14. (AP) — Twenty-rour persons died in traf 11= mishaps throughout Arkansa last month. This was reported yesterday b Arkansas State police Director Her man Linrtsey. who said the death brought to 223 the number of per sons killed in traffic accidents in Arkansas during August. 1948. Th "timber killed during the first elgh months of last year totaled 268. Pickard's Gro and Market Chickosowbo ^SWIFTS PREMIUM 1 BRANDED BEEF We Spectolize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deify* Phoiw 2043 Plrntv nf Parkins they couldnl get J steTmrd"up"abouru Se \v D Wli! h fhSr m ^M UnlSlS '"j 11 !," Sovi ^ ««tor of Berlinr'but ,...-...,.«,,,, ,„„„, ,„ -^^.^^^Sff^KsS^l-^^S Fulbright to Address fducators in Memphis MEMPHIS, Sept. 14 CAP)—The National Conference of County and Rural Area School Superintendents meets here Cfct. 10-12, It was announced Monday that Senator Fulbright (D-Ark) and Dr. A. D. Holt of Nashville, Tenn., president of the National Education Association, would be among the .speakers. More than BOO persons from 44 states »re expected to attend the three-day meeting. A bottle about the size of man's little, finger could hold Wartime Economy Classes To b* Held in Memphis MEMPHIS, Sept, 14. (AP) — Top executives of Industry, education and labor from seven stales will go to school here next month. Some 300 students—150 civilians and ISO picked reserve officers from the area—will take part under plans announced yesterday by a local committee cooperating with the Industrial college of the armed forces. The Instruction, known as the Weld Economic and Industrial Mob- Illfation Course, will be held Ocl 11-a, Inclusive, An eight-man team from the college will teach two hours In the morning and two In the afternoon. The course will |ak e up various aspects of wartime economy. It will be one of six over Hie country this year. Ten others are Weeds Grow Willingly HUNTINGTON, O. CAP) _ Dr, "ed A. Loew hits a four-acre "weed patch- In which he grows 593 weeds and other wild plants for study. His weed patch Is on the Himtington college campus where he is director or one of the largest botanical gardens In the mid-west. PAGE SEVEN The north central states of the United states have an mus "'\ number of cases of goiter because the soil and water there is deficient in iodine. planned In 1950. 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