The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1947 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS . TUESDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1947 AMG fo Return Jews' Property . Nazi Victim to Get Bock Goods Valued at Billion Marts Rescuef Demonstrates Rescuing By JOHN B. McDERMOTT (United Pre^ SUff Correspondent) 'BEKLIN, NOV. 11. <up) — The Ameilc.Mi Military Government yesterday announced & far rench- Ing law designed to return property worth «i estimated 13.500,000,000 marly (about $2,700,000,000 at prewar value) to Jews arid others victimized by.Nozi discrimination. The law colled tor restitution of properties lost "through transactions lUmJer duress arising from discrimination because of race, religion, nationality, Ideology and political opposition to national socialism." . Theodore H .Ball, military BOV- ' ernment • finance chief, snlrt 19,000) pieces of property were being held j by his Property Control Ofticc forU . return to the rightful owners. j The military government put the | law Into effect after the .German! legislature In the American Zone j failed to favor It. A. J. Rockwell, [ chief of the legal branch of the r military gcwrnment, believed the Germans disapproved of It be- 1 cause they feared the law would prove unpopular. ' The law applied only to the American Zon e and American-con- [ trolled Bremen. The Prencli were EXCLUSIVE WITH US Aptly named the HHP-1 Rescuer, this helicopter demonstrates its rescuing capabilities at the Piasccki Helicopter Corporation plant at Morton, Pa. Five men climb up a ladder as the ship hoven over the field. The ship is flrsX transport helicopter to join the 1 lahilng economy." Saar Now Part of France In discuxstiig the Saar coal inln- reported ready to announce n > ing region, the report practically somewhat similar law, mid the : admitted that it must, now be con,.!„_ ...»._ stdcrc<t part of France instead of Germany. It also disclosed that E the Relchsmnrk had a world trade I value of more than 50 cenU, bet- British were working on one whether the Soviet military government had comparable plans was not known. Follows Economic Report i lev than the old peacetime rate. Promulgation of the law followed closely a report by U. S. mlll- tury government economists that th e Russians might be taking more than one-half of all the goods produced by factories in their zone of Germany. They estimated that the TCus- Thc military exchange rate of the mark was 10 cents. IN SOLID MAHOGANY coal crisis. The report, said coal production was the only major Industry to resist a decline In production. Coal production has been Increasing steadily. Tile report, "Economic Data on Potsdam Germany/' was prepared by the American Economic Division under the supervision of Saul Nelson, chief of reaserch and statistics. I Basically, the report said, the i Tip." LoncJy LoV* Birds '"" ' """"""" -"""•-" *•" sians hnd taken $1,500.090,000 out of their itonc In current reparations since • the end of the war. But In this connection, they snltl there was no way to tell exactly how much the Russians had taken. Th e $1,500,000,000 estimate was based upon the total known production of the Soviet Zone In 1946. Information the Russians gave to the Allied Control Council before the last foreign .ministers conference, the industrial capacity of the zone and the amount of materials produced by Russian Zone plants I and plants In the "Soviet Corpora- j tion." •.'....•'...... " "Exports lor trie llrst six months of 1947 were, only $66.000,000, of which $46,000.000 were coal tint! about $9,000,000 timber." the vcporl said. "Shipments of manufactured goods were .. • very low. There should be an appreciable Improvement during the second half' of 1B47, but for the full year, It is .- - .• .unlikely-.,-ttX»t-.exports will .reach ;.'..'..'otfiteagv,""o£ \Mhe $2,000,000,000 pattern of postwar recovery has ' _. • ,. i, •' /-,__j p- t , been the same in all four zones. ' Don t f/laKC UOOO rCIS It started with low level produc- J tion immediately after the siir-1 MILWAUKEE (UP)—A Humane render. Production Increased rapidly during the latter hall of 1945 and the first half of 1946. Society official advised an unknown" thief that one love bird is not going to thrive In his home. The rate of Increase wns parti- The love bird was filched from oularly heavy in the American and I the society's shelter. It» mat*, has R-isslnn zones, in late 1948, pro- j become morose and dustave P. ductton tapered off. The extremely Utke warned the thief that the one cold weather last winter paralyzed stolen will refuse to keep on living Industry throughout Germany and I unless he has a mate. kept It crippled until this Summer. The fall drought stopped river Utke als» expressed bewilderment over the disappearance ol transport, sharpjy reduced eloctrl- nine waltzing mice from the shel- cal power and brought on another, ter. -< for self-ius- Mime. Senator? Family Shoe Store Airs. Geronima Pecson of Manila is a candidate for the Philippine Senate on tho Liberal Party ticket If she wins the Nov.' 11 election, she will be the first \voman senator that part of the world has ever known. Photo by Bert Brandt, on.'round-the- world flight via Pan American Airways. Whee-ee... Whee-ee... The Chicadee Brown* Red AAA-B g95 It's Young America's pel for fall. A happy-go-lovcly little Cot>l>ie for flying between classes, skipping off for cokes and licarl-inlercsl dates. 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