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FACE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1 MONDAY, JUNE 23, Kg 3 Will Meet to Paris Friday Molotov's Proposal Of Conference Gets British, French Okay . LONDON, June 23. (UP)—Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin today to.o 1 tfie House of Commons that he •'nil Foreign Minister Georges Bid- iuH had accepted the proposal o[ JPoreign Minister V. M. Molotov jfbr a three-power conference ii Pans Fridtv un the U. S. plan foi economic aid to Europe. Acceptance "of the Molotov pro pcsal insured a quick start by th three big powers on a Europcai survey of what aid Is needed fron the United States and how muc the European countries .will b mb^p to assist themselves. TThe European powers will lannc this inquiry while the Unite States investigates the extent < the resources which it can devo to implement the p'an outlined by Secretary of State George C. Marshall. British official quarters said it "miaht be helpful" if William L. Clayton, Under-Sc:rctaiv of State jpir Economic Affairs, could be in Path during the talks. Clayton arrived in 'London from the United $l?tes yesterday. > American economists in London understood a primary requisite of Anierican aid would be that all of Europe's existing resources be pooled, so that the continent might help itself as much as possible. - .^ Soviet Acceptance Outright " The Soviet acceptance wns out- rigrH. Molotov made no comiter- prti'nosals. He did make the resnr- vaii'Mi that the Soviets wer'- a^- crminK without possessinK knowl- itfr'e of the nature anrt terms o po^ible. American aid, or of the BJjyin-BldauU talks in Paris. w OJy nroposiiiR to meet in Par! Jitirie 27, Molotov kcnt within the frtter and spirit of the Anrio French proposal for a meeting thl Veek at a convenient place, pref erpjrclv Paris or London. ^ *^The Soviet government aprcc trtat at nresent the primary tas of the Euron?an countries is th speediest uossible rehabilitntion an further development of their na tibnal economies disrupted by war," tti'e. Soviet note saitl. Summertime Is the Time for Fishin' Judges Named For Voting on Gas Franchise CARUHEnSVILLE. Mo,, June 23 -Judges lor the 'special ejection July 15 to determine Hie granting of a franchise bringing natural H:IS to CaruUicrsvllle have been nnnircl, according to Mayor W. D nyrcl. The election officials for Die four polling precinct. 1 ;, named at :t special meeting of the City Council last week, follow: Word 1; Caruther.svillc Motor Cn. —Gage Knight. Andy Shaw, J. \V. Davis. Mrs. Lillian Collins. Ward 2: cilv 'Hall—Mrs. John Scott, Hnrry M'Uloure, Mrs. Dennis C;<in, John Uay. Ward 3: Watkins plumbing Co W. M. Cryslor. W. 11. n«rnarcl .lohn Sawyer, Jr., Mr.s. L. K. Van- Ansdall. W"Kl 4: PiKiiion '/into Co. -Willie Cliaffiii. Free) irenlev. Mrs. Bc.>- .sie Davis. Mr.s. L'jomird Shade. At Hit: .special mcctiiiK. the Coun- ril rtlso vntpcl to resurface with 1 !>':u p ktop))inii the block on West 12th .street, between Wml and: C'iU'letnn Avenues. This has bet-u one of the worst streets in town in recent months, arid improvement U a sten expected to inesl :ipproval of nil local rrsidcnts. as] welt ii.s hii;; atul truck linci. I 1 'niiKMirints were nrc;>entcul the I council bv an rmanrnrinK firjn showing LliC la.vont nf sc'.ver repair-, improvements ant! additions, which .he council lias planned for sevpr- il munths. However, this will not >n done until Inli) materials and labor are more plentiful, council- mcn said. Carries Veto Livestock . : "it is self-evident that this task ctiiild bi facilitated if assirtance coiiforminp to the above aims was rferi'dercd toy the United States. T'Hpse production potentialities, far from declining, increased during tri?, »'ar." Molotov's acceptance, P'tparcntli as^riiiB HIR European Big Three rnect.inir. coincided .with the arriv.i Iri London of Ur\der - Secretary, Clayton. Clayton will discuss th iip/shall proposal with iDcvlu. It also came almost simultan eo'uslv with President Trmnan's appointment of three committees to survey the United States' capacity |o aid foreign, countries. Tims the European leaders will determine what Ihe.v need, while the American leaders ami cxncrl.s determine what the United states can ofter. Identical Soviet notes of acceptance were, handed to the French ana British governments, in reply to identical notes of invitation. Summcrlimc means only one thlna to this modern Tom Sawyer, 4-ycai-olcl Lynn Morrow ol Peon;, ll" And Uial^ nshin'. Here l-.c fares forth in n sire-am near his homo with his Homemade pole, nil William Glasgow Dies MEMPHIS. Tcmv. June 21. tU'\> —William mi-Raoinc Glit'iRow. Ob. prominent retired banker <'i Mc.ji'- phis and St. Louis, died S.Uiirrti»y at his lionu aftei- i 1""S illness. Glasgow was unungln'.; (Urectol ol the Memphis Branch of Hie Federal Reserve uan'K of SI. LMIIS from 1323 unlH Us rctircjnciii two years ago. ! IMlishallle Plaster A hundred pounds of A 1- slinll lime. 10 egg whiles and yolks n pnlloii of buttermilk, a pound o I butler, I'.i pounds of stiBat 1 . nut 1 50 pounds of water are mixed 1)J plasterers of Chnnnr. India, to uiak n plaster Hint will tnke a polisl is like marble, and stands washing <liir"hHinton boat Scrmlon in ''ill A plastic harmonica of only live astern League tall gan-.o in M iy.1 parts, instead of the conventional !H5, II to 4, yet got only one hill BO, has been devised. ST. I.OUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. June 23. (UP)—(USDA) — Livestock: 'Hogs 14.5CO; salable 12,[iCO: barrows an,: gilts fullv steady to strong with nvcrag-e Friday. Sows, unevenly steady to Sic lower. Bulk flood and cnoicn 1GO to 240 Ibs.. 524.75; practical top. $21.75: one i short, load. $2-1.90. 2ifl to 270 Ibs., | S23.75 to $24.50; 270 to Ml) Ibs.. i S'- ! 2.ir- to S24; fpw 3:5 to 365-ibs, \ $21.75 to $2225; 130 to 15D Ibs., S22.- 75 l.o $24; few 315 to 305-lb 1 ;. S21.73 to S22.25; 13(1 io 153 Ibs.. $22.75 to J24.25; few. $2350: 100 to 123-'b piKS, S1B.75 to S21.75; HCR-lb sows, S13 tc Herbert Miller, White ilousc rccoi clerk, arrives at the Capitol \vit pi'csident Tinman's nu.'.s.si'ig': c the tax bill. (NEA Telcpbot.o.i . 1.5SO. all salable; moderate snpj of cattle finding more active i quiry and showing unevenly hig cr tendency. About 20 loads stcer s offered, mostly medium average good. A few of these stro to 25c or more higher from $22 f2 ! 5.5]; heifers and mixed yea Watermelon Red Ripe and Delicious Blytheville CURB MARKET ,'!0 K. Main I'himc 973 GOOD FOOD A LOW PRICES , * VARIETY ,<•• We Siieciali'/.o In Merchant's I.uncheu THE WONDER GRILL 409 W. M l ' llonc y on the Job Sin.50; heavier weights, SiG.53 ;S17.53; staKS, $14 to SIC. I Cattle 7.200; salable -Uind; calve." Ings in relatively liberal supply. Choice mixed yearlings up to S25.- 75; medium to good kinds, largely, SI3 to $24; about 30 per cent of receipts cows, with early active on canner and cutter grades. Some of these about oOo higher than Frid.iy — 'f!50 to S!3; bill s f ully steady, good 270 to w iti) medium to good s ausage bnll.i, SIS.2S: few, $IG to 17; beef bulls S17.50; vcal- lo crs, steady to 50c lower prood f"»i • s^i to 524.53; medium, $16 to $17. LUCKY STRIKE presents THE MAN WHO KNOWS- THE TOBACCO BUYER! • Almost every hour in the day you will find a good use for [he "Jeep" as a irnck, liglit tractor, runaboul or A.- mobile power unit. \Vilh its mifiluy Willys-Overland "> "Jeep" Engine and powerful 4-whcel-itrive, you can go most anywhere in a "Jeep," on or off the rtxtd . .. in fair weather or in r oul. Get a -'Jeep" on the job. 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