The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 13, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 13, 1947
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BLTTHEVDJJB (ARK.T DODBQEE HKWI WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1947 ain Studies on U.S. Films Will Consider orkable Alternate 75 Per Cent Levy BVjliOMER JENKS I Press SUff_Corr«spoiul«itl) JDOM, 'Av.if. 13. tUP)^A WRll- Whitehall source said ycs- tha( Great Britain was 'w|l'- t considci any workable iil- itivc to the 75 per cent lax otii'An-encan film in Ihis f alteniat \e, he said, inusl savt froVn converting an cquiv- jjt pTount o fslerling Into dol- al 030 COO worth a year—anil neither tlie Anelo-American Jc«|\ nor t^ie Bietton Woods agree- Accuses Foster Parents Moscow Radio Favors 3rd Party In U. S. Elections LONDON. AILB. 13. <UP) _ The Moscow radio cnmc out totlaj' In favor of the Uilrd |>arty In the IS48 Unllerl States elections. Moscow, In an English language broadcast, snlcl America's present two-party system was anti-democratic, playing Into the hands of Wall Street, Wall Street, said Moscow, was able to "sain full control of, the entire civic ami political life of the United Slates." Moscow chai'KCd that both tile Democratic and Republican parties [ p:0 ve now sought to do basically ihc room. City to Experiment With Multi-Tiered Parking Lot LITTLE ROOK, Ark., Alia. 13. (UP>—A four-mail committee today is working out details of a plan \vl;i:'h is expected to put the city of Mtile "Rock, lino the l>al<i automobile parking business. ^ The plan was suggested yesterday at a Joint meecing of the Auditorium Commission and city Council Finance Committee. The group decided to use two city lots us parking spaces Before proceeding with the foiistmclioii of mulli-licrrcd do.\'a- lown parking decks. •AMcnriai) Roy Kiinipe, sponsor of the parking deck proposal, suggested the alternate nlan in an effort to the need for such parking 'the new- parking 'tots, one Ktvdy Time Many of 111* children of Chinese fathers and English Una-house, London's mothers in arc giving up Chinatown, learning Chinese. ther evenings to '•> Ml same tiling — satisfy expansionist' of which will be opened imme- aspiralions of American monopolies i diati-ly it no legal entanglements "arc striving for world do- ere- found, would The informant said Ihc govern- >n>ent had studied and rejected for reason or another every altev- plan suggested before de- upoii the 75 per cent lax. ircUfded the freezing, vol'in- i*r\ or o fieiwise, of earnings and )ry)posi'iori« of a quota for Him upports > .•A* 'he fcjmc ti'.ne T.r» conceded fiarklj that the government hoped I trie *a\ would bring -home to ihc AT erlcan feople. industry and Con- jgress the desperate economic plight of Bnlain' _ j Anothei authoritative BrUisn siur'ce sr-iti the lax was designed deliberate^ to create another large p T essiire group in Washington—the Him industry -to call for revision df the convert bility clause of tlie loan jpreelnent. jThe tan probably will figure ptem- _jntly m Anglo-American disais- ions of easing of the ter-nis of ihc l?an agreement. They were expected to begir in Washington within 10 days or> ' \o wcefe. British film producers ' heided by J. Arthur Rank, wilf meet tomorrow to discuss implications of the tax to id the American reply lhat no more films will ce sent lo Britain. (The head of one of the largest American enterprises-ill the Brltisn fun field i'ld he did not uo'.icve the tsx would drive any American producer or British movie Ihuiitur cbt of b tsjiiess. * Mj firm for one, can opurate with, old stuff an:l new stuff on hand for the f-txi 20 years .without bringing in a slns'.e film." he said. 'But Of course there is the question of how long reissues 0.111 ba prof'table L He btlicvcd the showdown on the 'effects ol t'he tax and film embargo Mould come in about six mouths I dpnt believe the British ere kidding or playing poker as been su'gertcd," he said. "This is the real tf ing, and must be treated ?s su h unless tlie ;;overn;nent changes i(s mir.d—may'oa Ihvough Ihc pic^suic of public opinion." t-j Beniamm F.I Johnson was Lhe ' j>en name of James Whitcomlj Edward Zubcr; 13, Polish war orphan, is undeigolii'! treatment bruises aud possible rib fractures and kidney injuries at a Clinton, Hid., hospital after reportedly being beaten by Mrs. Knrl Kicpuni of Newport. Ind., who, with her husband, obtained Edward and his brother, Stanley, S,~from a Chicago orphanage last fall. The. Kicpuras are Irec on bund. (NE/i Tclcr.hoto.) which minalion." Tlic broadcast said that despite the lact that Hie White House and Congress were controlled by cilt- [ Or i fei ent parlies. "Democratic leaders gat on perfectly well with Oft be behind the Glover Kuilding on Markham Street. Tin second, lot is directly behind he auditorium. ous conflict has arisen between them on essential matters of policy." 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