The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1950 · Page 10
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PAGE TEH BI,YTHKVtl.r.B (ARK.)' COOTTER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE i, 1950 Allies Plan German Industry Expansion Foreign Funds May Be Allowed in Development BONN, Germany, June 1. (!?>— Plans for investigating ! foreign funds to expand West German industry have been drafted by the Allied High Commission. Details of the investment program were kept secret pending further consultations with West German officials, Hut one Allied source said the first, steps will be a partial freeinc of blocked accounts of German marks owned by foreign countries. The Big Three foreign ministers in London IRSV month agreed lo drop Iheir long-standing postwar bau on foreign investments in German Industry. Allied officials said the decision would not mean foreigners can begin putting funds in German businesses at once bill thai, present restriclions gradually would be relaxed. Foreign Companies Blocked Officials indicated lhat foreign companies owning blocked German marks probably will be pel-milled soon to use them in expanding iiieii plants or businesses In West Germany. They probably will not oe permitted immediately lo Iransfel the blocked marks outside Germany. One o'flcial estimatca there are about 165.COO.UCO marks worth ncar- Jy{40,OOD,Ma in blocked accounts. Biggest holders are American motion picture concerns, automobile manufacturers and soft drink companies. Marks for Expansion Up until now the blocked marks could be used only lor paying operating expenses and for replacement of outworn equipment. Under the new plan ttie marks also could be used for plant expansion. Some officials doubt that snough foreign capital can be attracted to Germany U> satisfy its need fr>r rebuilding industry. Tile investment ban was imposed immediately after the uar to present "carpet baggers" from buying up rich German properties ut ridiculously low prices. But with Germany in the front line of the cold war many foreign investors are believed wary about risking their funds at the present time. One of the details lo be worked out before resumption of full scale foreign investment Is a settlement of prewar German debts to foreign creditors. Officials estimate these prewar debts total ^1,000,000,000. IN- TUB PROBATfij COURT, OHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MlSSISSlri'I COUNTY, . ARKANSAS. Estate of Sidney B. Evans, deceased. Last known address: 412 N. Fifth Street, niytlievllle. Ark. Date of death: April 15, 1350. The undersigned has been appointed administratrix of the above named decedent. All persons having claims against he estate must exhibit them, dulv lulhenticated, to the undersigned vithin six months from the ilnte of he first publication of this notice, >r they shall be forever barred and M'ecluded from nny benefit In the estate. This notice first published June 1350. Annie B. Miller, 412 N. h'ifth Street, Blylheville. Ark. Frank C. Douglas, Atty. "HIGH" OFFICIALS LEND A HAND —These lucky German youngsters almost fiot into the "wild blue yonder" before they took their helicopter spin as guests of the U. S. Air Force at Tcmpelhot Air Base, Berlin. Attendants on tall stilts gave the kiddies a lift into the 'copter. The treat was part of an Air Force "open house." Congress Group Agrees Upon DPs WASHINGTON, June 1. (fl'j—A Senate-House conference group has agreed uu legislation to boost from 205.000 to 340,000 the numSjcr of displaced persons who might enter Ihe United States. The group, assigned to Iron out differences in bills passed by the two chambers, reached format a- gret-meiit late yesterday after weeks of discussion! Senator Ferguson (R-MIcli), a member of the conference committee, snid the compromise measure will be sent back lo the two chambers today for final action. Besides boosting the total of those war refugees ruled eligible for admission, the legislation would extend the DP act. another year beyond the June 30 expiration date Of the total number of refugees In V>e accepted under the plan more than 150,000 already have reached the United States. NOTICK Notice Is hereby given that Ihe mdcrsijjned has nlcd wilh he Com- nlssioner of Revenues of Ihe State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 357 S. Division Illytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned slnlr-s Llmt he i; a citi/en of Arkansas, of good morn character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that IK license to sell beer by the under signed has been revoked within flvi years last past; and that the nudcr signed has never been convicted o violating the laws of this state, o any other state, relative to the sal of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be issued for .operation beginning o Hie 31 day of May, 19?0, and to ex pire on the 30 day of June. 1951 E. M. Miller, Applicant. 'Subscribed and sworn to befor The average television receiver has n lotal of 100 resistors—small devices used lo control the flow of current. NERVOUS STOMACH A LUM IN relieTOR *Iistr«win(f Byrnptom* of "nervous •tomich" — heaviness after meal:i, belching, bloating and cotic due to gas. AUJMINhftflboenicTenUrically toatc.1 Uy Joitor* and ffcund hifihly elective. World famous — more than a ',i billion soM to date. ALUM IN Garlic Tablets Stewart Drug Store Klytheville, Ark. ie this 31 day of May, 1950. Mrs. Marshall Bjacknrd Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires 3-9-53. NOTICE or SALK or SCHOOL BONOS • Armorei School District No. 9 ol Mississippi County, Arkansas, hore- iy gives notice that It will sell to he highest bidder for cash Its pro- xwed issue of $10,000 fn 3 35% school (onds dated June I, 1950 interest payable seml-annually, and ma- .nring serially on February 1 of each year as follows: $250 In 1051 to 1055, Inclusive 500 In 1056 to 1965, Inclusive 150 In 1956 lo 1970, Inclusive These bonds will be payable In he first Instance from the surplus revenue derived each year from this 'ourkeen mill continuing building V.id tax voted at the annual school election on September 27, 1049. for he payment of a (65,800 refunding and construction school oond issue tated October 1, 1949, maturing se ially on February 1 of the years 1951 to 1970, inclusive. The District will agree that in the event It. calls any of the bonds of the October I, 1949 Issue for payment prior to ma- ;urity, it will at the same time call a proportionate amount of the pro- josed bond issue (to the nearest whole bond) for payment prior to maturity at the same time. In addition, the District will pledge for the payment of these bonds all other revenue that may now or hereafter legally be pledged. The buyer may name the place o( payment and trustee, and may have the right to convert the bonds to a lower rate of Interest, according to the Universal Bond Values Tables and subject to the approval of the Commissioner of Education. The buyer will be expected lo pay the expenses of the Issue, Including Ihe printing and trusteeing of the bonds and the fee of Towiuend and Townsend Attorney?. Uttle Rock, upon whose approving opinion the bonds l be Issued. The bonds will be callable for payment prior lo maturity in inverse numerical order at par and accrued interest, as fol- !ov,'s: Prom surplus revenue, derived from Ihe fourteen mill building fund tax, on any interest paying date; from funds from any other source, on any interest paying date on and after February 1, 1956. The sale will be held upon Auction bids at 1 o'clock p.m. on the IGth day of June, 1950. In the office of Supt. of Schools in Armo- rei, Arkansas. Each bidder will be required to file a certified check In the sum of $200 on a bank that Is a member of the PDIC. payable to the District, to be kept as liquidated undersigned, damages If the bidder !• awarded i GIVEN this 23 day of May, 1850. Ihe sale of the bonds and (ails to complete the purcntu,c. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be returned promptly. The District reserves ihe right lo reject'any and all bids. For further information address the AR MOREL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS By B. L. 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