The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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, MAT 81, 19150 W/rmFYTT,T.K (ARK.V COUHTTOl British Eager to Join Talks On European Coal-Steel Pool LONnoN' Mav 31. >** —nHiair, i.j. LONDON, May 31. to-Britaln *ager to Join with /'all possible speed" in talks on i French plan to pool European coa^aiid steel Industries, an Informed) British •ource said yesterday. •?, However, she has (latins turned down a French Invitation*^ sign > public declaration accepting the French plan before the discussions iU»'t. !? This source, who has accepg to British and Stench notes wliicli have been exchanged about the plan, said the British object bi)- : causo Britain believes it would commit her to full memDcrsliip iri the scheme before it has been closely explored. French Call on llritisli The French, he said, called on Britain to sign a communique which would: 1- Agree to pooling coal and steel; 2. Submit her coal and steel industries to an international authority with poorer to take Indus- tl'ia^ decisions which would be binding on each country's government; 3. Agree that further talks would continue on the basis of these "essential commitments." All this dynamite was contained In a note of about 100 words, the source said. France Wants Agreement There could be no doubt, he explained, that France wanted all-out agreement on the plan before talks begin on how it will work. The French were represented as feeling that such a commitment -_^- ,^.' '^ —'•• *" * statement of principle. Britain believes it would commit her to Join the scheme even if further explorations show it would be damaging or unworkable. This she will not do, :he source ^Aft Consequently, France must <^^»her request if she'wants Britain to join the talks. The source emphasized, however, .that Britain does not want to discuss it thoroughly with the idea .COLOR GIRL-Charlotle An- dei.=/m, 2!, of Knoxville, Tcnn , above, a sophomore at the University of Tennessee, will bo the 7-Hh Color Girl in history at the June Week ceremonies of the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. Miss Anderson is the Juno Week "drag" of Midshipman Robert R. Monrow of Knoxville. London, Rene Masslgll. and British ambassador in Paris. Oliver Harvey, are receiving a constant flow of instructions from their governments as a guide for negotiations over the present roadblock. Schumaii Is Ready French Foreign Minister rtobet Schuman, who advanced the merger idea In a statement May 9, indicated yesterday negotiations with Western Germany and other countries ot joining i[ a workable system can be set up. Both thc French ambassador In' the may begin soon without the British. The French were reported sending another note to London asking that British make their position clear. Britain wants to proceed by "practical steps" toward possible unity of Europe's coal and steel industries, the source said, He did not outline what these practical steps would be. British government depalments already have finished their first surveys of thc plan. Among those which joined in (lie study were the ministries of supply, defense, fuel and power, and the foreign office. Their conclusions are still secret. SluiUos Based on Outline Tlie studies they made were based on Schuman's brief written outline of May 9 plus oral expansions by Jean Monnet, French industral planner who was the author of the scheme. The basis of the French plan is to unit French and German steel and coal production' in a pool which would be open to other countries In Europe. Those invited to Join are Britain, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland and Italy. Precise details of Hie Friiich plan are lacking. Questions being raised in Uulldon include: Would the authority allot production quotas which would limit any country in its output? Would It set agreed prices? "Who Bears Cost?" Who would bear the cost to modernize these industries, which are at different stages of technical efficiency In different countries? Would each country pay its own bills, or would they be paid from pooled funds? Schnman has said his idea is to expand production and create a wide European market. This is Adm. Radford Reports On Forces in Pacific MANILA, May 31. (i?)— American Naval forces In thc Pacific are nrte. quote to meet any emergency, the commander In chief of the U.S. Pacific fleet said yesterday. Adm. Arthur W. nadford said no Immediate strengthening of naval forces In this part of the world Is contemplated. He spoke briefly on arriving for a brief Inspection o[ bases In Uin Philippines. President Jefferson bought Louisiana Territory in 1803. different from it cartel which holds . down production in order to gain higher prices. The British are not averse to the cartel idea, which Is applied in many of their domestic Indus- tiles. They joined the European steel cartel during the depression. They want to make sure that their own expanding coal and .steel Industries would not suffer in a /ou'l] Love Our Dowers! Bt.YTHHVIl.L6 FLOWER MART Memphis Hiwaj Plump 6002 FACE ET-ETBN There are others that are but none so truly Modern! •Before buying a refrigerator, make lure it passes these 4 test* lf$0»%! xr PMXV Th« fiout«k«iplng lull Will your new refrigeralor burden you with the nuisance of weekly defrosting? Not If it's on Admiral Diml-Tcmp, Admiral's eicluaiv* moistrol automatically evaporates escesa moisture. Food* don't dry out. Flavors don't mingl*. a fronn Toed leiti Aro you able lo quick-freez* fruit, meat, leftovers at 20° below MS to? 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