The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1947 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLfc (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Britain, U.S. Will Clash Over Ruhr ' Hike in German Coal Production to Be Aim Of Meeting Next Week By R. H. SHACKFORD (I'nitrd Press Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, July 31. (UP) — Britain's socialist' labor government »nd America's free enterprise government will clash head-on over nationalization of the Ruhr con! mines next weelc. The issue will arise when Brlt- Uh and U. S representatives begin * search for ways to Increase Gerinan coal production. British Foreign Minister Ernest Berin is committed at home to make every effort to socialize not only Germany's coal mines but also her leading Industries. - Secretary of State Qeorge C. Marshall, having spent several month* measuring the temper of the U. S. Congress on foreign affairs, knows It will not appropriate a cent tor inch a project. To most Anier.'cmi Congressmen, it would be only t ^ short step from Communism. : The United stfiles has oftercd.n compromise between Us osposltton tb nationalization and the Britten plan for "immediate action." ft has suggested a moratorium of five years on the Issue, at which time the question will be put up to the German people themselves ; To date the British have not accepted the American compromise. Insisting that the men running '-he British «me of occupation proceed with nationalization. at once. This issue will be high on trip agenda of the British-American conference on German coal production which will start,here next week after a. month If delays. . British Want Bargaining Point • There Is more than a little suspicion in American quarters tint the British are insisting_'oh nationalization to maintain it as n bargaining point on other Issues. The British, for example, have bcc:i trying to get (he United States to reconsider the financial arrangement in the combined Angla-Amp- rican zone and to take on mprc than 50 per cent of the expense. ', The'U. s. position on that proposal is "no dice." If the B-ltKh want to swap zones — the ErltJiV, zone contains the rich indus.t.r:jil Ruhr valley — then the U. S wiil entertain th c idea of assuming more than'hnlf of the financial obligations. The U. s. zone is the poorest of all the German zones imUistil- ally, agriculturally ana In all o'.her nspBcts, If the Unitel States is willing lo make some concessions to thc Brll- ish, such as on finances, Amcrie.m officials do not expect Britain |o insist so adarnanlly on nationalization of the mines. Until the nationalization Issui: is settled or shelved, "there Is little prospect that the fundamental problem of getting more coal our Oath of Allegiance—In Baby Talk Mobile Air Power Essential To World Peace, General Says THURSDAY, JULY 31, t<M7 SAN HiANCISCO, July 31. (UP—Highly mobile air power "properly undeiatood" can preserve world peace, Oen. Carl Spaiiln. coinmuiidcr of thc Army Air For'v.'s salrl today. Spiuuz emphasized United Nations, or some other method for sharing III the use of «.he air," Spaatz said. He spoke before the International Convention of Lions clubs. cration between industry, the tli'ion armed forces ami betu'een nations was the key to world politics fi the atomic err"Just, as ocean mobility determined thc pattern of world polities h: thc era ot nationalism, so docs :s!r mobility determine, that the n«'*era shall be one of Increasing uiil- vcrsallty. whether In the form .if teen assessed 5192.000 In taxes"iiiirt penalties- ills caso was only on» of dozens reported by the treasury 111 Its Cflmpalijn tn take the tni cheats to the cleaners. These are among the new t« evaders and the dodge.? they used- An KaUern toy manufacturer will have to pay up to the tune of $800,000 because lie sought, to cover huge profits by writing cxpemr- checks to hlmseh and relatives. A MldWesl. cannery concern w« assessed an additional $2,000,0w for trying to cover up profits In I a secret, expense account,. [ A Southern pivc'slon Instrumcn 1 nuiiHifacttcrer will have to cotwli U]> nbont $1,130.000 because his •income lax repirt failed to rcveil all. An Eastern poi:!liy processor w.w assessed $«0,000 to meet hts ch linqucncy. lie used secret ban't . "Our country may be called upon r.o:>j>- to assume responsibilities which require vision and cooperation of all concerned with our national strategy in nn unstable world," Spnaty, declared. "Faith that the strategic us? of :ilr power con!,] be decisive In technical war must be converted into faith that air mobility. If properly understood, can preserve pence In the world." Spaatx suld that today's 'challenge to Americans" was: 1 — • "To keep our country strong that we can help preserve peace for mankind. 2 — "We can not Impose our freedom on other nations. But we can make freedom attainable for all men by our ability to control our own destiny and remain Irtt 3 — "We believe a nation on wings, supported by Industrial power, is a nation secure " ' FOR SALE 8-fool McCray full vision meal, display case com 1 plete with compressor, delivered and installed ',' . . $375 DELL SCOTT REFRIGERATION CO. mi W. Main St. Youngest citizen to ever tpko llio oath in Federal Court in Cleveland, Ohio, is Herbert S. Passnur, Jr., who won't he three until Seplembej-. He is sworn In by Jud/;c I'aul Jones as his mother, Mrs. Dorolhy Passaur, proudly assisls. The law slates Hint a child under 38 can be sworn in if one of the parents is a U. S. cili7.cn antl requests it. Mrs, Passaur moved to Uollimd in 10111 and married a German soldier in 1944. Ho is held by Russians and Mrs. Piissaur hnsn't heard from him since shortly after ihcir marriage. U.S. Treasury Gets Tax Dodger Who Boasted About His Ability WASHINGTON, July 31. (UP) - entries on his company books, the Thc Treasury Department announc- department snld. II added thai, hi: ed with pardonable prltlc today thai a scjutlAern food bi'oker nuule a 5192,000 error In judgment. And that isn't, nil. He faces ii possible prison sentence, the department said, "if convicted on contemplated criminal charges [or thc (oily of his ucllcl (hat government agents weren't smarl enough to sec through his maze of fraudulent bookkeeping." The unnamed Southern gentleman concealed approximately $225,000 of profits In recent years by a highly intricate scries ot false of the German mines can be solv. ed. The incentive for Gcrmrm mine owners Is 111) If they fnce the |>;-c«- pcot of early nationalization and uncertain compensation, UTcs;3R> ttve of what thc German people might want. Nunnally's Grocery & Market 404 E. Main Phone 3629 hud boaster) to Ills .employes iii.it: "There Is nnljody in tin- Uurcuit of Intcrtml Revenue smiirl Riioilyii to check these books." 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