The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1947 · Page 15
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 194T Nazi Occupation Policy Revised U. S. Stops Sending Dismantled Plants Into Russian Areas WASHINGTON. Dec. 18 (UP)— Senate President Arthur H. \'and«n- J^rg announced to the Sennte to- ^liy Ihnl. the State Department has cut off all shipments of dismantled German plant* to Russia. The surprise announcement wns marie on the Senate floor during: debate on the appropriations bill for emergency relief of France. Italy, China and Austria, Vandenberg said he was Informed Hits morning by the State Department that American policy "hereout" would be "to make no further shipments of dismantled plants Eastward: If any shipments are made they will be Westward." The Senale Appropriations Committee had written Into supplemental appropriation bill, which carried funds for occupation costs as well as foreign relief, a "rider" serving notice Hint It wanted to lialt dismantling of planls tn the Anglo- American zones of Germany. The House yesterday adopted a resolution asking Ihe stale and defense departments to give congress full Information on the dismantling and removal of German war plants. Vandenbcrg's announcement was made just three hours after the return of Secretary of State George C. Marshall from tlie Ill-fated London Foreign Ministers Conference. It appeared to stem directly Jorni Ihe failure or the Big Pour meeting to make progress on peace terms for Germany. The new policy apparently terminated the agreement, made at the Potsdam conference of 1045. to ship dismantled German industrial facilities to Russia as war reparations. mediators See Linle Hope of Averring Strike - WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. (UP) — The government today called in company and union representatives in a last-ditch effort to settle the threatened pre-Christmas telegraph strike but federal mediators saw liltle hope of averting a walkout. The conference between Western Union Telegraph Company officials and officers of three AFL unions was scheduled for late this afternoon. Officials of the Federal Mediation Service admitted frankiy they have no new plans for solving the dispute. "The company has unequivocally rejected arbitration and there is no sign that a wage offer is forthcoming." one official said. The Ihree AFL unions are the Commercial Telegraphers, the Tel- '•Riaph Workers, and the Telegraph Employes. They have instructed their 50.000 members to walk off k tlie. Job at 6 a.m. uesiiay unless Jagreemcnt is reached on their demands for a 15-cent hourly wage boost. The strike, if it occurs, would tte up Western Union service through- nut, the nation during the busy holiday season. BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Bits of News Miss Belly Woortson, who Is a student ai Die University o( Arkansas, will arriv« loniorrow lo spend the Christina* holidays here with her parents, Mr. »nd Mri. fi, B. Woodsoa and sister, Miss Julia Ann U'oodson. Stalf Sergeant Jack Saliba will arrive home Saturday from. Kemper Military Academy, liooneville, Mo., to spend the Christmas holidays with his mother, Mrs. Jack Saliba French Workers Split PARIS, Dec. 19.' < UP)— Delegates representing 1,500.000 French workers voted today to sp!it : o[f from the Communist controlled French Confederation of Labor. Canadians To Produce New Type Food FAYKTTEVIIAE, Ark., Dec. 18 <UP>— According lo officials of the Wentworth Canning; Co. of Ontario, Canada, producllon will begin soon on a new food product developed by University of Arkansas Professor Barnett B. Sure. A contract was let yesterday wKh the Canadian firm, which Intends lo use Ihe nameless miracle food product as relief shipments to the British empire. Dr. Sure has an international reputation as a result of his research work on the development of Vitamin B-complex, particularly ns B food for babies. University of Arkansas research officials described Dr. Sure's latest production as resembling ground meat In appearance but consisting of milk solids, food yeast, fat, iron, calcium salts and vitamins. It can be served nearly any way meat can be prepared. and tliter, Barbara. Mrs, James H, Clark will leavu Saturday for an extended visit In Anna Maria, Florida, where she will lie the guest of Mrs. James A. Barllull. Harry Hay Brooks, a stuilenl «t William Jewel College, Liberty, Mo., arrived today to spend tile Christ- mn» holdays here with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. llruoks. Miss Ijouella Barnes, a student ;>l the University of Arkansas, Ffty- I ettevflle, will arrive home tomor-' row to spend Ihe Christmas holidays with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Barnes njul family. lien Lancashire, student at Oberlin College-, Oberlin, Ohio, will arrive Saturdny night to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr .and Mrs. E. n, Lancashire and family. David Sylvester, student at Oklahoma A. and M., saltwater. Okla., ami Tommy Sylvester, student at Arkansas State. Jonesboro, v»lll arrive tomorrow lo spend the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. David >ius recently been selecleri as a member of Ihe Oklahoma Stale Engineer Slnlf. Jim Oales, a student at William Jewel College, Liberty, Mo., will arrive home tonight to spend llw Christmas holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Oulcs.' Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay and family of Columbus, Miss., will arriVi! tomorrow to spend Die. Cliristiinis holidays with his mother. Mrs. B. F. Gay and lamtly tit Half Moon. Louis Lynch, who is a student at Ihe Univi-rsHy of Arkansas, will arrive home Saturday night to spend Ihe holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Miss Rosemary child, a student at College of Mount Saint Joseph on the Ohio. Cincinnati, Ohio., arrived iodny lo spend Ihe Christmas holidays here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Child and lam- Jly. S!ie was met In Memphis by To Rebuild College Unit CONWAY. Ark.. Dec. 19 (UP) — President Nolen M. Irby of Arkansas State Teachers College has announced that a special committee will make arangements to rebuild the fire-demolished teachers training school and report to the board of Trustees Jan. 19. The building was destroyed Nov. 28. It Is expected lo cost $140,000 to replace it. her parent,. Mr. and Mrt. Archie I<nvel»cp spent yesterday In Mempht« on business. UMl-c ami Mrs. I,. Ci. Russell »nd children, Sandra li'u mid I,, o. Jr. of Charleston, S. a, hnvu arrived (o spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, C. 11. Kubeson. Miss Carolyn Child, who utUnds Holy Angels Auartcmy In Jonesboro, arrived today (o spend the Christmas holidays here ivllh lirr pnr- enls, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Child and family. Miss Joyce. Damon, who Is a student at Southeast Missouri Slate Teachers Collcse, Cupe Glnirdeau. Mo., arrived home today to spend the liollrinys wllh her piironts, Mr. and Mrs. Kmll Damon and family. Mlllard Kdds, who Is attending Medical School In Little Hock, will arrive home In the morning lo spend Ihe holidays here wllh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ertds. Bill Eldrlrife. « .student pj (ho University of Arkansas Law School, will mike In Ihe morning to spend the Christmas holidays Ivie wllh his mother, Mrs. Baker Wilson, Mr. Wilson, and fnmlly. Miss Eugenia Crawford and her linnce, Jack Hale, arc spending today in Memphis. Mrs. W. H. Williams entered Campbell's Clinic In Memphis. Monday, whore she will undergo treatment. She was motored there by Mrs. It. II. 110111:111115. Mr. and Mrs K. W. Cioodman and diiUKh'.er. Juanila. will arrive Inday from Memphis, lo spend the weekend with Mrs. Goodman's mo- Iher. Mrs P. 1). Smith. Mr. and Mrs j. E. Davis and son, "licanle." of CSulfporl, are spending several dny.5 ivflh Mr. nnd Mrs. J, C. Ellis Jr. and son. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grceinvcll re-' turned Ihls morning from Uoi'hes- ; ler, Minn., where they have spent j Ihe past two weeks while lie was|j undergoing; exumlnutlon «t Mayo's Clinic. Mr. Ureenwcll's coiulltlon li Improved, , Miss vlruliitn SwciiroiiKcn, who Is K student ul Ihe University of Arkiinsus, will nrilvi' horn,, tomov- row Iti Kpenit tin- Chilslmnx holl- rtuys hero wllh her parents, Mr, Mid Mrs. H. N. Sweiircngen Sr., and family, Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd II. Wise niul ctiuighler, Jnllii Pulrli'lu. ol 'nisvn- loosa, Aln., have arrived lo spend Hie Oirlslmus holklnys IKMO with Mr. Wise's imrciUs, Mr. and Mrs. l.loyd V. WLse. They win then RO lo SI. Louis, Mo'., where they will visit Mrs. Wise's parents, Mr. imd Mrs. John Fours. Jiobljy Drown, a student at Sub- AFL Loses Labor Case RALEIGH. N. C., Dec. IB <UP)_ The North Carolina Supreme Court' today upheld the constitutionality; of the stale's anti-closed shop lawi In two lost cases brought by the France Honors Pearson PARIS. Dec. 19. (UP) _ Drew Pearson, Washington columnist who originated the idea" or?th e " friendship train, wns awarded .the legion ol honor cross by the French nov- ernment today. Novel Christmas Present SCHENECTADY, N. Y., Dec. 19. (UP)— Charles E. Wilson, president of the General Electric Co., loday called on his employes to "produce more, spend less and eat less" os a "Christmas present" to tlie world. Read Courier News Wanl Ads. A gift cherished by evtry f*** tidiousmin or woman- Brought fight co your door the convenient Fuller way. CALL ORWftlTt C. C. ELDRIDGE DIKTltlBITTOlt 1R12 \V. Cttcrry I'lioiie 44»fi Symbol of a Perfect Gift SEAQR^H'S 7 CROWN. 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