The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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5, 194T Caution Is Urged In Aiding Europe MeKellar Suggests U.S. Need Not Expect To Get Money Back MEMPHIS, Term,, Nov. 5. (UP) 7- Veteran U. S, Sen. K n. M C Um, ?' , D>1 '"""•• iU SBestcd tau- uon uxlay m administering heavy «*P<-nditm'« under ih e MailiaU Wan lor the rehabilitation of Eue, Warning that "we need never c » 'm From Texas" . 111 his first sl;iiement Indicating concern o\ei nils nation's contemplated disbursements McKellar declined to commit hini- *ell as to how he Intended to vote on the Marshall plan at the ex- traprcunary session of Congress called by President Truman for f-ov. n. But McK.:iar did say: "We have been contributing large wins to these countries for more than U'o years without their havinc improved their condition vcrJ niuth." * McKellar questioned the advisability of making a four-year con- He. recommended that 'such relief as may be eventually granted by administered by an American commission - not to be entrusted to European governments, "several of which are almost communistic now. -1 am still studying Hit Marshall plan for relief in Europe," Mc- Keilar said. "If people in Europe are sulfcr- uig from want I would be the lust € m in the world to be unwilling 'he!p,"':he said. "However 1 do t think we ought to make a four-year contract. "Of course, anything we do means that we will give these sums to these countries. We need never expect a cent of it back." McKellar warned against turning the relief over to the several countries "to be administered as we have heretofore done." "We should be tremendously careful about the administration feature of the relief," he said "The methods of the last two and a fraction years should not he used. Of the prooosed four year program McKellar said: "If we made such a contract we would be obligated to fulfill it. Sup- Pose we had a depression. Suppose we had an unusual bad crop year Suppose we had a tremendous "failure of supply. Suppose we reached the point where we tiki not have enough to feed our own people "Again, several of the nations axe almost communistic no'.v 1 certainly would not be willin- to contract to keep such communistic governments going.'* I'm from Texas, and I'm going to -be an airplane driver jays jour- year-old Carl Gregory Haggard, upon his arrival in Po'rtaies New Mexico, with his foster parents, Capt. and Mrs. Van B Haggard'- Carl whose father was killed In. the Polish campaign three days al'ter he was born, lived with the Haggards in Munich while his mother served as Mrs. Haggard's maid. The Haggards surmounted a mountain ot red tape before they were permitted to institute adoption proceedings In a German Civil court. A special State Department ruling that per' ' mitted Carl's adoption may permit other such adoption* pe (NBA Tele- BlATmEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Austria to Get $26,000,000 In Looted Gold WASHINGTON, Nov. 5, (UP) — The United States. Britain and France yesterday agreed to give Austria approximately JM.OOO.OOO In eold that WHS looted during the »'«r by the Nazis. A prolocol signed In London by the three countries and Austria was the second distribution of looted gold made In recent weeks by : » trl-parlHc commission. Prance Is o receive $104,150,250 In gold, and the Netherlands, $40,376,350. 1 The Unll«l states has urged early distribution of the "gold pot" " Part of Its program to (;lvc France. Austria, Italy and other ,.. sui>»ly of looted sold to be. finally distributed | s expected to ' reach at least $330.000,000. Claims ! by 10 European countries for (he | eady t0 '" m< > r « lh »n $800,- . Form Woman, Stunned By Lightning, Drowns TORT SMITH, ARK., Nov 5. I UP) — A 45-year-old woman'liv- ing near Van Buren was drowned In a pool of wnler after being struck by a bolt of llghlnlnc yesterday. The victim was Mrs, Knto Mildred Owens who lived on i farm In tho Arkansa.1 river bottoms area nenr Van Buren. Ambulance drivers who look Die body to Port Smith quoted a daughter cut saying that the woman went into the barnyard to milk a cow, wns struck by R bolt of lightening and knocked luce downward Into a iwol of water. Attending physicians it the l\>rt Smith hospital mid death w*£ caused from drowning. Surviving are her husband, Ollle Owens, three daughters, one'BOH. four sisters and tliree brothers. It Is not advisable to use gasoline as a cleaner on tin automobile finish, since It will tend to dull the finish. Sweetbreads usually are the puh- crens or thymua of cattle. WARNING URDKK noiii is henbjr wwraed to'. within thirty <Uyt in tbc w _, named in'the'caption'b««K mad answer the " tifl Nancy t HARVEY MORRIS, By Betty Petenon, deputr. C. V. Cooper, Ally, for P1U. Ed B. Cook, Atty «d litem. In the Cluuircry Court, OhU'k»»»w- . 1>« District, Mississippi County,' Arkansas. Nancy Buckhumion vs. No. 10,300 Henry Buckhninion ....Defendant.! The dctendiint Henry Bnckhan- ! PluliiUrr, YOUR CAR S ELECTRICAL SYSTEM NEEDS OUR Today', protocol stipulated, that AiLitrla had agreed that the $26 000,000 settlement met "in full satisfaction nil Austrian claim* «. gainst Germany for restitution of monetary gold." Two Missouri Youths Arrested Near Mcna PARIS. Aric., Nov. 5 (UP) — Tw-o youthful fugitives from the Missouri Intermediate liefonnntory are on their way U*CK to prison to'- riay, adcr being cnpturctl near Paris, Ark.. Monday. The two, Edward Mnncll, 24. of St. I^ouis county, and Elmer Evans. 23. of Plat River. Mo,, were captured while hiding In an abandoned house near here. Mnj.-Gcn. Graves 0. Hrskliic, wartime commnnder of the (ii- mmis First Marine Division in the I'acinc, may be the Marino Corps' next coinm/mdnnt. He would succeed 60-ycnr-olr] Gen Alexander A. Vandrgritl, who 'I retire when his four-year **'(» us chief expires Jnn. 1, TIRED FROM BEATING! BATTERS ?—TRY MAtSIC HUMKO ITS AIL VEGETABLE Texas Concern Big Arkansas Contract LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov 5 fUF) — The Fllppin Material company of •TJoustbif.'-'Tex., H a s b'ei- awarded a $9.301,000 contract for supplies to be used'in construction of Bull Shoals Dam in Baxter and Marion counties. The company will supply 2,700,000 tons of coarse ag- « regale and 1,100.000 tons of fine Firregate for the mammoth project. Missing in India The «-ife of Theos Bernard, ab-ve, of New York and Santa Barbara, Calif., reported him missing and possibly killed after tribal raiders in the northern Punjab, India, attacked his party and killed his Moslem servants Bernard, a noted scholar on Tibet, was on his way to that country when attacked. His .wife 126 rniles on loot -through the Isolated Kulu valley. T^ FOR SALE 80 Acres with Nice House within three miles of Blytheville. Good road, electricity, near fine school ... Extra Good Land CALL FOR Cecil Earls at. Noble Gill Agency Phone Blytheville 3131 Osceola 93 AND QUICK GETMMYS ] • FOR CKATEX ECONOMY J • R»SMOOTH I PttTOJWWWCT 1 Ifvour car is sluggish-tf I it' mHsei" when you "giv'« « the gun"-if it is jlow- Marting, bring it in . . . ... our factory.trained mechanics know wh*t it needs! AT DREIFUS SERVICE I* BEST FOR YOUR CM REGARDLESS OF 'MAKI'J. SHELTON > Motor Company ' 119 \V. Ash Dial 4438 IN A SENSATIONAL CHRISTMAS PRE-VIEW Tills Is the llrst time u-o'tp putting- our ejqulslt* new ' "«> 51.00 Eesen,'ps Any Selection Til! Christmas Lovely . . . Engraved WEDDING BANDS this delicately engraved wedding bands ...» great burl 3-Diamond Ring from $24.75 All Prices Include Federal Tax Gives-Everubod ares IN YOUR Community CHEST Boy Scouts of America Girl Scouts of America Blytheville Library Association Goodfellows — American Legion Blythevillt High School Band P. T. A.t* Elementary Book Fund Socsa! Welfare Contingency Fund Maple Grove Cemetery Association Cancer Association. Blytheville "Y" Infantile Paralysis GUs Club

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