The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1947 · Page 4
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PACK BIX BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 10'IY Reconstruction Mans Take Form •evin and Bidault in Accord on Setting Up luropean Committees PARIS, June 18. (UP)—Great BrtUIn ha s • accepted in principle the French plan for four International committees to prepare a unified European reconstruction pro- grtm, a French government source s»id today. British 'Poreisn Secretary Ernest. •Eevin and Foreign Minister Georges BWault met at the Qiii'i D'Orsny thU morning for detailed rtlscus- stons of the "wide agreement" r**chcd last night. They were deciding upon definite plans for Im. plemcnttng the Marshall offer of American aid. A high British Government Source in London said Britain still was thinking of an over-all conference of European countries to draft a balance sheet of Europe's needs and production prospects. Me said the British considered the French committee plan a prclim- in»ry set-up. \ fYcnch foreign office sources, conceded that American rcprcsen- | ihtiou on the four expert commit- I lees, as favored b,y the French, 1 might stiffen Russian objections to the Inlirc Marshall plan. They fell it might provoke new Soviet char- Bis of alleged American aims at the 'economic domination of Europe. BtVin and Bidault had to work out what nations should be invited to Join the committees on coal, transport, steel and agriculture- four field, of economic endeavor essential to the continent's recovery. They began work at a British einWssy dinner last iiiijht. T*renty-U'o political and economic experts of the two countries tillfed until after midnight on the •tteft method to -implement SK- retnt'y of State George C. Marshall's offer ot American aid. Over them hung the shadow of apparent So- Chicago Fireworks 3 Interested fn Purchase of M.-A. Railroad HARRISON, Ark., June 18 (UP> —Harry !•'. Woodi-lng, former Secretary of War, onu his associates were scheduled to Ixiard a special iiotor cai' Jit Scllmnan, Mo., today to begin an Inspection tour of the strike-bound Missouri and Arkansas Railroad. t Wooclrlns autl two oilier Topclc.i, Kan., residents have Indicated they may tie Interested in purchasing the idle property in an effort to place it back In operation. Meanwhile, a trio of receivers .for the line are meeting in Harrison to continue further plans for resuming service under receivership. Tlv; men, named toy Federal Judge John Miller, arc J. 11- Lambert of Helena and C. c. Alexander and W. S. Walker, both ol Harrison. That, You Rat! He Did Boss Hague Steps Out But Not Down In Jersey City vlet hostility. Britain wa s understood to favo calling a general European con ferehce on economic problcms.'The French feared it might lead to s disUfcreement that would caunc American public opinion to sin nw»y from pumping billions o( do! lars into Europe. •Thfe Anglo-French talks were un tter attack from the French Com .jnurtist press, apparently taking lU cue from a Soviet condemnatio ot the Marshall proposal in Prav tin. No oflicial Soviet reply ha beett received, as far a s wi\s knowi t6 the British and French dio 1 lomAlic inquiries to Moscow abou Soviet cooperation. The Paris Communist newspape Cp. Soir called tBevin "a trnvellin ' aftleStnan of the Wall Street bints.''. • n I JERSEY Cr/Y. N. J., June 18. (UP)- Frank Hague, Hudson County Democratic lender, stepped down as mayor of Jersey City yesterday after 30 years jn office, but there was no indication that his "I am Ml all-day show at Eurnham Park on the lake front 1 , featuring water .the law" rule was at an end. ports and air maneuvers. -ended (he Chicago Tribune Cenlenniul Cele- 1 The five-member city commission G-ll. Grand I'inalc to show was giant fireworks display with Burns Prove Fatal .CONWAY, Ark.. June 18. (UP) Funeral servico R arc being planned licrc today for Nathan T. Saltcr, aged 78, who died from burns sifter falling into n fire near his liomc on old Highway C5 between Wooster nncl Grccnbricr lute yes- sous and two [laughters. Icrday. He lighted the fire to bum a snake he had killed. uleastmt for cxlerna „ .. ,„,„ troubles. 35c. Get a He is survived by his wile, t»o -. SCALDS CHAFING Quickly apply soothing and comforting GRAY'S O1NTMKNT '" with its wholesome antiseptics and na ture aiding medication. Nothing else like It—nothing so comforting- or it for externally caused skin package today. ockets bursting over replica of Tribune tower mounted on birthday :ake with 100 candles. (NEA Telepholo.) Publicity Seeking Movie Actor Confesses Laxity With Truth SANTA MONICA, Cal., Juno 13 *— (UP) 1 — Red-faced Actor Jon Hnll confessed today he was just "lhl;ik- ing of publicity" when he repori«:i Ihn't he and his wife, singer Frances Langford, were shot down in their plane Sunday. It was all a fib. Hall admitted. The actor, who had (old reporters the bullet would have hit him In the head if it hud been "a fo'ii lower." actually saw the accident from a swivel-chair in his flying school office at Clover Field. Mlw •Langford was "somewhere around Iho premises," Hall said. Pilot Bill Ilorner brought the Republic Seabee amphibious plane to an emergency landing all oy himself, with no aid from movie Seorcy Girl Injured SEAR.CY. Ark., Fifteen-year-old June 18. (UP) — held a token meeting to accept Hague's resignation and elect Sylvia Frank Hague Eggcrs. 46. director of parks and public property, and nephew of the retiring mayor, in his uncle's place. Hague men will advance all along the line. The '71-year-old Ilaijiic made" it clear when he announced his retirement June 4 that he did not Intend to become inactive In the party. "My retirement as mayor relieves me of heavy administrative duties 'and allows me more time to devote to advancing the interests of the Democratic Part In city, county and When photographer Frank Reed, of Cleveland, Ohio, discovered rats wore gnawing away at cardboard and other supplies, he determined to catcli the criminal in the act and not only thai, hut make him provide photographic evidence ot his guilt. And here's the result. The long-tailed thief snapped this picture of himself when he nibbled at the cheese, tied to siring. I'ulling the string tripped the shullcr of Heed's concealed camera. Too Late to Classify For Rent n mily. \llic 210(3. icy u|inrtmpul. 2 only. I' 1 McGinly,'state," he said. Later he said: "After .1 brought suffered hip and lei! injuries last when .she was struck by a ruck on Highway Gl between 'Me- givn him a chance trv cet sonir ex- tac and Garner. pcrlence as mayor XXX well, there •Eliitc patrolman Bernard Yaims 'arc two years left so I thought I said the girl ran into the path of 'would step down and let this young truck driven by a Brownsville,' fellow get his hand in." Tex., Mexican. No charges wcre| ileri nnd the driver was released. The child's condition v.'as not ievod critical, Krug Reports Gas Shortage May Develop WASHINGTON, June 18. (UP) Secretary of Interior J. A. Kruu snid tcday there may be local gasoline shortages in August, with lucl oil and natural gasoline shortages following by the end of the year. But nobody in the government believes there should be any ration- ' stove, one hot water heater an. ing, he said. ' butane gas lease. This house is lo Krug said after an inter-agency ] catcd on Lot 4, J. W. Bader Acldi- hero Hall, after sheared six inches pellcr blade. The real story came stray bullet off one pro- mist Journal said'report of the accident. Hall low him >lan would reduce I he wasn't even in the plane. Tyici np this lad, I thought I ought to •''• i Plunge from Railroad ' Bridge Fatal to Boy FOR SAU: As Administrator of the estate o G. C. Wadlcy I now offer at private sale a six room house Witt back anrl front porch with or without the following equipment: Butane range, one new oil heating meeting on the oil and gas situation timi to the City of that although there are grounds lor Arkansas .and on North 6th Street fearing shortages, "there is no basis s «= ° w - Barham or Mrs. Virginia for hysteria." Mayo. He urged the public not to hoard I G. W. Barnaul, gasoline- fayctteville Voters Okay Bond Issues of $725,000 'it Said"he sought to Americanize'^J; 'r y Ver°'"i'naiia'L'er" of Clover Europe as a demonstration, of in- rlcM skc( , mu for h | s o[I , c ,a terhitional solida-"" T •«•••«•>"''» ' another Conimimi the Marshall pla franco to colonial status and cut old this to amazed newsmen. Buitrpc in two. Soon Hall's telephone was swamped with culls from reporters w'io demanded to know why he had.ii.'- cp out the original story. At first Hr.ll insisted hu hadn't. "There;, some guy around here whose voice is like mine," hj iau;jh.- cd. "i think tic got on the uiionc New Hungarian Regime Asks for Resignations BUDAPEST, June 18. Five more smallholders (UP1 deputies POCAHONTAS. Ark., June !S. (UP) — Funeral services arc hcin" planned here today for Thursd'.on Joe Verkler. 13-vcar-oUl son ol T Ji. : FAVETTEVILliE, -Ark.. June 18.' Rheita Verkler, who was killed from I UP)—The voters of F.iyettevillc n Sa \\ [ Vom (he Frisco yesterday approved two improve- VjridRC Into Black River yesterday, mcnl bond Issues totaling A \n'oposal for S50.COO improvement lor the lire department was idcptcd lospilal C43 to 80 in the special city lion EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR FISHING or CAMPING—Best Prices Anywhere! HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS 126 y*. MAIN ST. • PHONE 515 *erc rend out of the party yesterday by Its political committee, and irttore rcouest.s for "voluntary resignations" were expected. Interior Minister Lazilo Tlaik predicted in an interview that the "counter-attack by the anti-Democratic forces in Hungary is not yet over, and more must be cx- iwcted." Rajk denied that he had a gcn- HcYnan's agreement with Deszc feiilyok. leader of the opposition Frtedom Party, under which Sul- ybi; would refrain from public speaking for the time being. and gave out that story." But Hall finally admitted It waf a lib. 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