The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1947 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNF/25, 1047 Bsenhower Still Disavows Politics .Rumors of General As Candidate for Presidency Recur British Hear American Views On European Recovery Plan By WII.MAM R. 1IIGG1NHOTIUM tinted Press Staff Correspondent LONDON. J>me 25. CUP)— William L. Clayton. U. S. Under-secret ary of Slate for Economic Affairs. yeslerdny gave Pi lino Minister Clement Attlec and top cabinet ministers the American views on organizing European recovery under the Marshall plan. Informed s ourcc<j saw the British leaders pumped Clayton In •T WILLIAM F. MeMENAMIN Uafted rr«s Staff Correspondent ^WASHINGTON, June 25. (UP) The "Eisenhower for president 1 . „ . . ruBMrs popped up again today in long session at No. 10 Downing the'wake of Gin. Dwight D. Elscn- street on details of the American howw's decision to give up Ills I aid offer in preparation for the European Big Three meeting In Paris Friday. It'was generally understood that the talks also covered British pro- 1 .posal, to reduce imports of films him a s aland tobacco from the United States for Presl- to conserve dollars. A foreign office spokesman said U. S. Ambassador Lewis Douglas £jand Clayton met the' British lead,. erg "for a general discussion of .European economic problems." Clayton will have further talks here, _ , ... including one this afternoon with Maj. Gen. Floy* L. Parks, chief | Forelgn secretary Ernest liovln. of the War Department's Informs- The Hritls!l wcrc ,. Dp orted anx- ten Office, and liaison between ioas to | carn what j( a ,, omi _ Elsenhower and the press, went out ca , „„,, econom | ( . s tn n( , s wcrc a t- of his way yesterday to emphasize tac ,, C[ , (o S( , crelai - y of stale Ocoree decision to give up his Armj career next year for the presidency of Columbia University. Dwpito the Ocnerar.s repeated disavowals of any political ambition, both Democrats and Repub liean, have mentioned possrblc running mate dent Truman in 1943. As nn educator, It was pointed I out, Eisenhower would be unfct m in that the General has no political aspirations. "He-reiterated to me," said Parks, "that he is not interested in a political career." However, some quarters persisted uiiltcT'stiUc" 'would In ^-counting that though the _ mom (o n,,,^ popular yilef of<staff wanted no' part of the 1648 race, he.mieht be[ amenable to a' "draff in 1952. AKC An Ad\'antaffe Th.ese sources said that Eisenhower's ace—57 in October—Is a distinct political advantage to'him. If he prefers to remain on the sidelines next year, they .said, he C. Marshall's offer of American aid for a unified European recovery program. American sources s nld thai Clay- ton'would tell the British that l\;> consider any : movc to limit imports of Ameri- will still be ypun^ enough lor consideration four years hence. In revealing.Eisenhower's plan to retire (on $15.COO-a-yeart, parks . -strengthened lone-standing rcix>rts Communist newspapers in England and on the continent kept up their sniping «t the United Stulcs. The London Daily Worker commented, "The Americans appear to have hanked on a Soviet refusal and now are caught short." Rnriio Moscow last night described American aid to foreign countries ns "nothing else but pretty talk intended to throw dust into peoples eyes." In Berlin the Soviet army newspaper Taglicho nmiclschnn said, "the United Slates did not suffer from the war but made money from It. The United Slat?" is motivated by selfish reasons in offering relief." Civil Service Examination Applications Being Taken Applications for competitive Civil Service examinations for, the Job of storekeeper are now being accepted, It was announced today by the_ U. S. Civil Service Commission. Salary for this Job ranges, from $1.95* to $2,644 a year. These examinations arc for the s electlon at Individuals to go on a probatlotial Civil Service register for filling vacancies as they occur in the future and successful applicants are not Insured of Immediate employment, the Commission said. Application forms may be obtained from the Post Office and.must be submitted to the Board of U can films, tobacco and other nonessentials as a violation of the Anglo-American loan agreement. The American view was that import limitations would be dlscrim- inatlon agair_sl American products. Observers suggested that speedy implementation of the Marshall plan might induce the British to drop their import limitation plans. A cabinet committee has been prc- parinK the plans for weeks. 'British participant In the DOWJI- ... . . ... . , ","j|ing Street conference included Att- .that the next chief of. staff would | Ie0| , Bcvllli slr Stafford Cripps. be "Ike's", friend-and former West president of the board of trade; Point, classmate, .Gen. Omar N.I chancellor of the Exchequer Hugh Bradley. . '• ;• .- | Dalton and Sir Edmund Hull-Patch, "He felt there .were plentv of, chief economic official of the for- people to carry on," said Parks. | cign office. "Men like Bradley and youngerj Clayton ha s refused to Indicate men to take over." jpubllclv whether he would ,be in Bradlev is the present Veterans Paris, available for consultation, Administrator, and a frequent po]f-|\vhcn the European nig Three dis- ing companion of Eisenhower. Like cuss the Marshall offer. He arrived United Naval Air Station At Memphis Will Hold Open House ' The Memphis Naval Air Station ' will hold an "open htiusc" Sunday , afternoon in celebration of the tirs-' anniversary of the Navnl and Marine Air Hc.srrvc program, L,t. How- i ard D Sturm, public information officer at the base announced today. Highlighting the' (lay's activities, which will begin at 1 p.m., will be a dcmonslvation by Naval and M'l- rinc reserve pilots [cniurliig a simulated air rnld by enemy bombcn, torpedo planes and fighters. The mock bombing will begin at :i p.m. Approximately 150 carrier and bomber type aircraft will arrive from buses in Olntlic, Kons.. and Dallas ,Tcx., Inter In the nflcrnoofi to participate in a mass flight demonstration over Memphis- Climaxing the day's events will be cutting of the birthday cake n*. 5:30 p.m. Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Havings Low Net Cost Protection For Servi:e W. L. TAMKE 408 I;. Davis St., P. O.. Box 4fl I'lione 2«7 Blvtheville, Ark. S. Civil Service Examiners, p. O. If you were on the ply.net Sal- Box 97, Memphis 1, Tenn., by July .urn, you'd hSve to '.ravel r '501 23, the Commission sa/.ij. nitlcs Into space to reach the rings NOTICE Beginning July 1st my clinic will be closed for two to three months. Dr. J. A. Sdiba WANTED: Young Man for Bookkeeping Position with Nationally Known Firm Located in Blytheville. Opportunity for Advancement. Write Box A, Care COURIER NEWS CO. IN BOTTLES AND AT FOUNTAINS Pepsi-Cola Company, Ltmg Island City, N. V. /ranrhiHCd Bottler: Pepsi-Ola Moilling Co. of Rlytheville I DON EDWARDS -The Typewriter Man' ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA Ud EKMINGTON PORTABLE 119 N. SECOND ST. PHONE 1383 (Ererj Transaction MUBT BE BATTSPAOTORYt 'Read Courier News Want Ads. Safe, Easy New Permanent Fresident Truman, who makes the . chief of staff appointment, Br.xdley is a -Missourian. Eisenhower will take over his new when he Is -released by here Sunday ^frotn the States and planned to go to Switzerland late this week. British newspapers mid official spokesmen greeted Molotov's ac- suptrior s from the Army. A War.cepttmcc of tlic Bevin-riidaulL in- Department spokesman said llml ' probably would be early next yrair. As head of Columbia's student body of 23,797 and faculty of 3- 4C6, the general will represent one of ihf nation's largest and wealthiest institution,; of higher learning. Though hi s salary ulas not disc'.o.-,- 4d by the University's trustees, it is believed that Eisenhower will be perhap s the best paid educator in the United States, If not in the Chester Davis Talks To Arkansas' Future Farmers LITTLE ROCK. Aik., June 25. (UP) — The annual convention r.f th* Arkansas Chapter of Future farmers ot America entered Sts third day today, highlighted by the election of officers. , Last night the delegates hcnid Cheater C. 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