The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 12, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 12, 1947
Page 9
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1947 Trade With Japs To Be Resumed General MacArthur To Exercise Rigid Controls, However WASHINGTON. Aur 12. (MP>— Tlie ll-nation Far KnsU'rn Commission announced toihy do private trade with 'Japan will t:e -mthurizccl "as soon as passible," but onlv under strict supervision by IJous- las MacArthnr, supreme allied commander. In u, 16-point policy decision, T'EC k faid rigid curbs on exports could be enforced to proliibit mainieni'r.i'e or development of Japan's war->ral:mx potential. However, exports of textiles and other goods iti ^hort supply, tllraughoul the woi-'.d, wili be stimulated "to the maximum pr.-ic- ticablo extent." FEC announced Kcmc linu? ayo | that a list of 433 privat-j traders had been approved to enter JM in alter Aug. 15 for trading pu:pi> js Those allocations were <\ismV>\3tt>:l principally among Hie n nations controlling Japan under Uic l't:C. Today's directive to M.ii.'Arthur authorized him to ascertain the types and amounts of ilapaur-je Roods Available, for export. His program, however, will be mbjnt to scrutiny by the United Stain. Ihe PEC. and the inter-allied trad.? board before it becomes cifcftivc. l-'KC said that cultural products produced prior 'to Sept. 1. IMS. shou'.d not be exported by th" Japanese. Stocks of gold, .silvtr, ;i nrt other precious metals looted tram .occupied areas by the JapuncoO are to be held for restitution 10 then former owners, or made available for reparations. Imports to be- authorized include those necessary "to prevent such widespread disease and imrjxt as would endanger the ocztiuyin^ forces." products required ta accomplish occupation objectives. ;>n<i imports requested by the Japanese gcv- crnment. For the present, iiip FEC said, no government or individual will have contact with the po\- cnvment or individual %viU have toa- lact with the Japanese government or Japanese individual citizens except as authorized by MacAvtliur. No fixed capital goods or ';:|iti|>- mcnt ear. be exported to uav lor imports. PAGE NINE It's Quick on the Uptake F< Former American Lieutenant Will Wed Daughter of Kurusu IIV KAl.l'Il TKATSWOHT1I 1'n'ss Stulf I'DtrsKjivnuU-u TOKVO. AUB .11. (Ul 1 )— A fonni'v American arinv officer. I''I".'.M'< K. White, dhi'lased today Iliat he plui- ned to murry Pia Kurusu, il.ui^hvr of S:ibuni Kui'usu, tile Japuncs.* envoy \vlio \vus lit flic White Huns*- to talk peace, when the Juimue.y; hil Pearl Harbor. 'White, a first lieuleiuiut ditriiiic tbe war, is now a civilian atlachrd to tjie reparations section of allied headquarters. 'He satd he and the 21-year-old I'iu would be married Thursday at Ihe United Slates consulate in Yo- kolv.mvA, "I |>;an to take ria to the United Kates— but not Just now." \Vhlte said. nulhorilie.s pivawuliiiB Jnn.iiicM- wiir crlmiiiiiis. White enlne'i the Army In ]):- In ism. n ml was dlsrttar;;i'd In January Ibis year. v rom April until December <if last year, he was n rccrcadon officer in Japan, and WHS workitv; in llmt capacity when hi! met 1'iu at tlu> resort town of Karult/.awii. where the ICurusiis liv- 1. ^n the Kriiiitiils of (he Ituru^ii I home is Inuini pin's brother, a test I pilot who vv;is killed -Im-iH!! nil jAificrlean :ur raid on Japan. Hu- mors have persisted Hint ho parn- utiil to I ho in-ound and was mob- lied bciiiiuse he looked forelun. The bildr-lo-be ivas horn in Italy while her lutlvr was on dlplomnllc MsslKnment. Her roul nninc i.s Te- rukii, hut. she Is ealh-d I'ia Vl'i. White said I'ia'.s mother foriu(v:;y lived in New York. She is the pei- lecl iliplomaltc hosiers type, speii't- Inn Ilaltan. I'Vench. Oerman, KIIR- Hsh and f-ume Japanesi 1 , 'North Carolina's ftu'esls contain more than 11,01)0,000 curds of dead lice liunks standing. A,/iiio\ori/etl infantry division on Die move consumes 12.503 gallons of Knsullnc per '100 miles. Head Courier News Want Ads. Concrete Culvert-file Hi/c» ID" to J6- (IMnfurirr) or Nou-IErlnfnrcrd) illCilprr llliii I. miner Idling Ilian iiiiy iitlii'r lirlilxc Material. <'iii!rii-lc- mills fur Kunltar; I'rlvy— Coiim-ln 8*|ilio T*nk«. Queer-looking aircraft aljove is the new XL-15, nll-mctnl liaison plane shown in steep nnglo climb durins (csls for Army Air Forces jit (he Boeing plant, Wichita, Kan. H is designed for work with ground forces for observation, communication and photography, Truman Confers With Members Of His Cabinet WASHINGTON. Au s . 12. (UP.) —President Truman returned to the White House yesterday alter spending n quiet week end at his Shnngri-I^a retreat in the Catoctin Mountains. The President spent the week end :it Hie Muryland relreal G5 miles from here jvita Mrs. Truman. He dug into official work im- nictiintely on his return nnd Echcdulcd three appointments for the afternoon—with John L. Sullivan, undersecretary of the Navy. Secretary of state George C. Marshall and Secretary of ihc Treasury John Snydcr Police Chief Chris H. Keisliru:, Cai- fie, Pa., who said tile ccnnic bci3i:s loo lon^ have used police ^.5 luiKet:i for the licroe.s. Bomb Kills 4 Moslems Riding Train in India NEW DELHI. Alls;. 12. (Ul'j — Four persons were killed and 'It injured seriously today when a bomb derailed four cars of a special train carrying Moslems froi Police Resent Comics Which S/ur Officers INDIANAPOLIS. Au>x. 12. (UP) — Delegates to the National Convention of Ihe Priiternal Order of Police sol their dander up today and announced it was about time, the comic books quit poking Jun at the police. The c o n v e n t i o n unavuvuous'i adopted n resolution condemning comic bocks 'which heHttle lav.' enforcement mid glorify crime." The resolution was introduced uj New -Delhi to Karachi. The blast occurred near Bhat Jnda, 170 miles northwest of Ne Delhi. Dipsy Doodle Durinj; "Insl cliancc" ncgolin- tions with UAW in Detroit, M. B. d.'iuist, assistant director of industrial relations at Ford Motor Co., started to doodle—and this is the result. The gremlin nppavcntly didn't enter into Ihe coitfeicnec, because a nationwide, btrike was averted. Dor?'* Miss Them! THRILLS! SPILLS! • Full Racing Program • Stccrc Model Racers Car Derby Sec Jalopies in Action Mississippi Count)' Fairground? Admission 60c Sunday, August 17th, 2:30 p.m. .Sponsored by Dud Cason Post 24 —— AMERICAN L£G/ON Bi li & CITY LOANS Repayable in Small Monthly Installments Low Interest Rates Quick Service BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 124 W. Ash St. Phono 354') A.H.Webb llwy. fil N. at Hl.ite Line 1'lnijic IllyUicrlllc 1U 'At one cud of tlijs, you'll find friendship —;it the other ciul, trouble. It's a policeman's billy. Me never blows his liornf^ | Inil Iliry keep people out o[ liis wuyl He's a billy-goat! What do you know about bills For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation f.dt) N. Fifth fit. HlythJville, Ark. live on Mm wtiolr family's slio«* lists Hit! year— by keep-* v them In KIIEX! rcputr Hilh our* no woi'kin;itishl]i uii<l IOIIKH * uiillly m;ilrr!;i!s. 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