The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1947 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, -MAHC1! 25, 19.17 Yalta, Potsdam Pacts Publicized Three Big Powers Started Jockeying Early on Treaties . - .- j. <;o.\/.\i.j-;s I'ltltcil J'irss Slal'f <'i)iTcspiJndi-nl WASllJNCiToN, .March -J."> ... Pnliliciiliiin or (lie; Valla and l>,ns(lain Ai'.it oiiu-iH.'j uiday icvi-ali-a the- pn-lhninary iockc-yi'i;.- | JV 'ij )( . wuiiime ;ni B -rime" ,„, ,.,'.,,.,,,,. ti'.(> iinrt clluT |.i«i?n., -u jssm; in Uu- Cicrmaii pcai'o iri-:iiy. 'Mir Ijvo dm 'VinifiH.s. i>l.K llic afiO-woril :i'.--ji of ihc M.-hrnn Ajjrormi'i-t, \\crc rricast-d liy tr,, Slaii- DopaitnicT.i, in airavct- lo CTiiuri-Ksinini! d-inanct.s for lull dis- 1-l.i.suK- of c.»(imiliii(.nts mad- ov (lie Ur.ilcd Stan's al UK; wartime- Tho texts disilcKid no iv.-w.s of major -M-rri-i" di'risions l>nt t ,.) U . birkeiini- at flu-"cnrivm. M ,. S i-,«- rorn'cci-iu-o o.-i a Cii'iina:i m-a«i tn-iiiy. Tilii K-:i(lin K coni't'cssioi-al 'id- vocatc .if nK!kJi! K ihc ai;i-c'cn-.-i)'-; public- n ( -p. Km-i K. Mnr,cH. i;., K- U.. sikl rrli a.sc i;,- iii-j 'im-ts iviiiki pioviik- th- piop-.-r nack JNWliJd for cuirc-iu if. K ltjici-ni prjlif-y. ° '"Iliis will i'/) a lonn v.av lo>var-i clarifyiiv: I hi- almusphtiv aril Kl\ tnf; In- avcra^i 1 Aiai-rii:;;!i (iii- wn a eliun-i- I.) fi>rnni!alr- n.. i:,- l'-lliy|.nt opinion on forciiui ;J- lairs," Miuidt. (t.-li| ;, i-i'-nnri-'r Thompson Declared Governor of BIATHLOV1LLK (AUK.)' COURIER NBW3 Georgia 1.1. Governor M. E. •rliotnnson receives coiiRialulalio ns ou-r ilu- t,.], riiliiifj t'.tal i».- I.-,- (Ho legal governor or Georgia. At left Is l!-e (;„-.,-,„< Ti'k'l>holo.> 'f.s wife, and at ru;ln 1.-, ins moU.iT. tc I •• Without ilii'si: (lociimciits. \\-? would lie siaiiina off in ili e middle' • of Hie ninlil." , Thi- Irst of the r-V?l«-ll-ry. 1915. j Yalta AKicimenl confirmod itu\l [ Hit- L'nilcd Slntrs agrci-u to a Soviet "MiBBCslluii 11 Hint Gciinaii ici-.araliin.s be tcnl.llivniy consld- orcil at sao.OUO.CCO.OCO— hull wliii-h was lo RO i,, Hnssri. tlirt-e iTOifis also R'nihc.l an -Jc- cord on delivery or r»pariilii>ns I (rein cnircnl German induslriul of «t Soar Food Tasl *T$.i you frpj hlontptl an. every meal? 1C so. 1 d miserable after Marsball Holds I,inc Although (lie then !3v.-ti:0i prime | minister. Winsiou Churchill fiollcd ; (he Yalta pact, thc Ilrii.i^i delegation went on record that -;w I'lBlircs of reparation shoilid be jnejilioncd." When ihc Big Three mn at i miil-1945, the dollar cancelled, setting Din ic first major disa-rcG- Poisdam fiBllre wi .sla^o for racnt at lerence. thc current Moscow eon- Tlio cilrrnt prodiiction feature n-as modified sharply at Potsdam so thiit ]irocceds of exports, from current production would be used primarily !.-> pay for imports. At Moscow, Russia is lioir'ii' tcnnciously t o the S10.000.0W.OOI! rfp.-iratsons figure anil receipt ol reparations from current prodnc- .1°"' , Tllc . United States, joined by Avoid pVinishtnri-oui-sclt y v''ltli < 'ovcr Britain, is cqimlly firm in irs stand that Yalta was superseded by Potsdam. Secretary of Sc.ntc fH'orsro C. Marshall lias told Sri- v.'ot Foreign ;,!inisted V. M Molo-' tov that tills counti-y w in nul ••rctrrat to Yalta" on the repara- Th(> ifxi of (lie Tehran protocol sjeiieU Dec. l, 1<H3, hy thc late president -Roosevelt, Premier Josef fatnlsii and Churchill, shows that 1. Tin- three- powers termed it •desirable" that Turkey, by the ciul or 101H. enter tlie war, o:> tlir- .side of the Allies and l!n:sia -.vis pledged to fight BulgHi-ln—nmv one of the Soviet satellites if thai in- I (Ion attacked Turkey. Turkey di-- clarctl war on Germany and j ,p- ul effective March 1. 19-15. i,,u !>t , Vt ,,. took any direct military actL-n. 2- The Eig Three -'look nolc" that "operation overlord" was io !)c launchei-i on lli c . Nonmnciy coast in May, 1944. A .shon,-i !; i' ,,i landini; crafl. however, held im thc Invasion until June (i. Stalin agreed to hcEin an offensive at the same time "with ih c objrr,;, of previ-nliiiE German forces from transferring from the Eastern" Tront. I'olish Dispute I.ofims In addition to reparations qiifs- 'lion. the Ya;-.a conference ti'm- iporarily set up Poland's pre^in, • Western frontier alon;. thc oder- Niesse rivers. Although the pact' stales that Polajid's final Irvr- daries "should awail tlie pmi-vl conference," Russia and Polt-rcl imalnlaiiv that thc present loe-itio-il Us permanent. The United ytai-5 1 will hold at Moscow that th» I Polish boundary is "open" »--,! ,-an I ue readjusted to provide ndclilii.ral rood-producing lands for Genl-aiiv -Ail ".igreement regarding Japan"" i -said that the "Kuril Islands shall i be handed over to the Union"—a uricf but mn-; Uemned decision loni> since public. Hitherto undisclosed portinn-, n f the Aug. 1. I9J5 polsdam p:otcK.--:ll outlined the Three-Power i>| : -.n (or! division nf i ho German nnv.il ,nid p ini;n.-!iant Ili-i-l-i. ],, u eni>ral, all I ships and suomirini-s Wt . r ., t(> ))( . jilivideu cijunllj' Ijclwecn :h; united jSlnle.s, Britain :>n ( l Itiissln. " , ihc pai-l said, "shall fall miller lln- i-iijiniznne.T and nutlior- iiy of Ha: Combined slih)i)lii> Ad- jiislnicnt H,,.-ud ami the United Marine Allthority." ! In eiitiini; off Ihe dollar lit;iirc on German repa.atlnns. the 1',,1-i- dain ilei-iaiiition Inrlbrr said "Unit icjianitliins . iroill Ausliia." C '"tct«l Burglar Sentenced MOBILE, Ala.. March 25. <UP>_ Unvid UeGeoiKC. 21, of Aslitnbiil,, Q-; Wi<!i senteiu'eil tiulay to nill" Soviet | marli; Announcing a New >01 -itVfl MODERN EQUIPMENT... EXPERTLY TRAINED WORKMEN ...TO ASSURE YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION! Our modern body repair .slun. is fully cquip- 1H><[ \villi (in- Iato::( prcL'i.siai) c(|iiipniciH lo Riuiriiiilrc tln> !!KST in .service on any type .?<>!», l.-ii'Kc or smail. 'CJiis tlopai-lmeiit is ntKli'i- (h.! maiiagemonl of K. K. "Trickey". \Valton, \vlio will j;ivc personal supervision to cvci-y jell, placed ill our care. Our service iiiduik-!; all typos ,,f mo tal work and com- pli'le p:\ir.t jobs. Ki'mombcr, there's DO job loo Htr.ir'.! ov small for our e.xperUy Irnfuutl .si;'.!'!'. (;.:>I.,V,C. TIMiC I'AYMIJNT PLAN WANTED! CARS WITH BROKEN GLASS OR DAMAGED FENDERS? THK?.l IN TODAY S A a rt> i ALES, Inc. 305 E. Main CMC TJUJCKS Phone 519 OLDSMOiMLE Help Wanted Vmmg man ::i-:;o yrars olil. I I'rnuiin-nl nnsitliin. MI-- c-liiiiiirnl iiliiliiy lU'siraiile lutl mil )i»-cssiii-.r. i;< ply in <»™ liiUliln-riliiiK, KlriDg'.-iKir. 1'iisl i- nt p 11> y m i- n l :uul ' 1'- O. 11OX 30S IM.YT11KVIL1.].:, AliK. Woman to Climb Highest Peak in North America Speed, Luxury Combined In New DC-6 Airliner f MIAMI, Kin.. M.ttvli ai. (UI') — VUi a noil.slop cimmii-rolm nvoril „,;.,,, • M - llvl1 '-'J. (UPl -- A!'" ;;l ' V1 '" ''"'-us "'id l-l mlmilcs for i n.ntinn I-|UI;UIIIK parly of u ,,1011 Hi-' 2.-HK).|iillr night i mm I/)s An'""<"';• wnimn, was i-iHMiui' -.oiwh's I" Mi.iml. imi A " ln ' U ' ll ' s "lulu'slpw>k U)- 1 Tlie »oii>:li!:-..iii,i,|o uluitl, llrsl .<-*»'l>U'(l on 2l).3i,0-foot .ut. M.'- i "i" 1 ' "1 -''KlH lamrs nntl llvi- nil'n- ' ,, ' y ,.l «!''•' I'Miilillslii'd by :i Consli-llatioiU ,i,, , , bv 11;:ul( "'<l Wu.sli'ourn,' i" Mmvli 11145 liy nvci-»i;iii K 333 <» < Mr »f llu- 'Ni-w Kiti-iaml MM-; )»l!«-.i l«'r hiinr in tin- ibylli;lit MMini 01 Natural ll.sloiy. Uu- croup lliijln yc.-iii-rdu;,. «ill spend two iitoiiilis on Die '.;•;. 'Hii- M-nissnii'.i'r ship, piloted by !>•"• nl the Alaskan jiwiincun, 1 Onpt. l-'nink .), llavelfc-k, mute Jinii- njscivaiions ami s,imiioi M.JUL. I'ann^ia pilot, will be pui s-.'i.-niitif pln-iiomi-na. J Into .'-cri'U-e '-Ills Spring by Pan -. Aa.Oibm-n's will-, )iau'o:ira, 31!, Ami-rii-aii Airwuys Ij-twi-cn Miami v;n> IMS aoi-om]>aii!i-d tin- advcn-; -'iM l!ai-iui : , Aho.s. i-'iisi ot ilvi- U> nirri on two .previous inounliiln J l>o iU-!iM-u-(l In TAA, llnvollrk s-.ilil elm bin.; I'Xjioililio.i.s, ft -iu 1>c , 11,,,'ltn- plain- would mnkr- n a'J-lionr "I'M \voiimn evrr in mii-nipl -Ml.,• fxjvr.ss l!l«lil- illlllni; 13 liinirs of! MtKmloy. Ailollu-r "(list 1 - clulnli'd IH--M-III Miimil-Biii-nii-; Aln'.-i •iclu-il- OV Ilu- i-xpnlllion is II,,, „;,,. of.Hl'-'-v mrphim-s lo iranicliutc- Irosh loods to Mi,, ollinljors. WAIt.MXi; OKDKU Wiisli'oiiin was c-ulli'd 11 -sissy" I" II"- Clinnri-i-y t'liuli. rhli-li,i- lor iiiVniH nloui; lrc/.--n slniwln-r-. sinita Illslili-l, Al!ssts\lii|il Cumuy rlcs on a sni-ntific expi-illllon. Jnu | AiUansus. He BOOI! (or (bo inonilr. . . sue 1 1 ddicu-U's lire I'lalu'llT -.I < ,, ; ,i-ix)sps of II,,- cxiptKii,,!, Tim J. linwk-ll Drfond.inl. liirliili- <-,« m i<. ray rljii-mitions.j 'I'hi- -duOiuliuil 'rii,, J. Dnwi.-u ls U s Cins S( "' llVl1 ' st> "" 0!i f " v llw(h '' n ' l >y • wnnu-il lo iippi'nr vviihin studU's «,i ihc moveim-rii of Kl,icli--si llu> i-npllou ln-renf 1111,1 uiistn>V tlid ':!;n^n;i^Himn" l ',-.s;K'"o^ ss." 11 ot tlie i " i " ni " 1 iaMy * tcnlm;: an<l :,,-rii,l ,1,-livi-iy rqinp- l).,H-d tlds 111 ,l,,y ,„ Mlll - ( , hi ,,,,,-, IIAHVI-'.V MOUU1S, Clerk Hy lltilly Bmllli, I), f;. lon !.i.-,l — lor Al:^ka inut will lilt-k up oilier nietnb^rs ol Un; purly .,1-ais iilu-i pli-iulliiK cullly to apur'.- | nicnt btll-jilnrle.s In Ala'banin luul! t Florlilu. - Wnlicr \V. Johnson of MeiHor. o.. also laces Iritil on bnrnl;n-y churi'es. ! We Guarantee j RECAPPING j with ! Hawkinson Treads i j Let Your Next Tires Be J GENERALS j • 1 Cosl More — Worth More | I MODINGER TIRE CO. j llli U. Main riionc 21'01 * WHEEL Aligning SERVICE FREE /nspccd'ons and Estimates I LOY EICH j • Chevrolet Co. ', PAGE f'lVB H WASHING MACHINES • ' ' - ~ .A we have them for -.-«-,;^r, IMMEDIATE DELIVERY "' BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHJERS' The FINEST Automatic Washing Machine Phone 3450 • • HUBBARD & HOKE Your G.E. Store i;> Blythcville GROCERIES DELIVERED Once More! CALL 501 C. L. NABERS Gro. and Mkt Melvin Halsell, Owner Frankie's Bakery Goods A'O Kxlra Chai'f/e for Delivery! Musical Instruments Supplies - Repairs Radios, Office Supplies SPECIAL ORDERS SOLICITED Sclinnls, dull-dies, I {amis, Oclii'slias & Clubs Given SPECIAL PRICES On iUusiviil Instruments .MellBrooksJr 107 E. Main Tel. 811 J. LOUIS CHERRY Etcprrvcntliiff • ' New York Life Insurance Co. Btytlievlllc, Ark. INIESHATIONAU HARVESTER second the motion 8 do our part! International Harvester has reduced prices to save users o£ its producls §20,000,000 a year. The reductions apply to u | selected list of various producls made by (he Company. , In making if s announcement to the general public last week, International Harvester said: , " We believe there is nothing more important (o tfiis country"' . iFinn to lower Uie prices oj goods people buy. "The American people have insisted thai ilic government ' withdraw Irom Us attempts to control prices in -peacetime. ': That places the responsibility where it bclongs-in thc hand's o/ business and industry. r "Because we believe price reduction is -dial, we arc willing" r to assume ihc risks involved." f As International Dealers we will do our part. We will pass International Harvester's price reductions to our customers. And now a word of gratitude To:our friends who have patiently waited for thc now machines they need. As most o£ our customers arc aware, International Harvester has done everything possible-ami some things that scorned impossible — to maintain and increase production. The outlook is somewhat better. Soon we hope to supply equipment lo all of those who have cooperated so faithfully with us. Meanwhile, the same top-quality International Service and Parts that have kept equipment operating for our customers during the difficult years are available from us. We urge our friends to continue lo use these facilities to obtain maximum operating economy, International Harvester is doing its part with quality, increased production and reduced prices. " . We will do our part in this territory . < Hardware Mutual and Hardware Indemnity Insurance Companies of Minnesota Uutcd A iO tin (I pro I r[»luv fun cintuin *, s MCcllnil liy li-iulliiK Ilium-mire antluirllits. ''.."',.' tliin lifcnusc ot l:ir^L- Ilmuirhl reserves mill uilcquaiifi.. " vliifis— more :i« ,,,]ii|, )n a,M ars ], :lvc l/c . etl rc _ rncil In ilivlilcnil sitviniis In ii»llryliiililcrs. , wcr rosl— licciiusu iif » careful s.-k-cliin. ,,f ,.| s l< s ; ,,i,l economical 1. rue illvliletiil svtvlnus mi Hut»iit«l,ll K •.„„! lire InsMraiu-i! c lilW Illlt I'Ost. ' Box 431 FOR INSURANCE SERVICE W. LTAMKE CAN \VATKH AH) IN Kidney-BbcJder Disorders? VICS-if ll'» iiinnnlain Valley Mineral Water, Ihe ranidii.s nilneriil H.-ilcr ftoin HOT SjI'KifCGS, AKK. MOUNTAIN VA1,1,KY HKI.I'S ' Stlniul:il|. Kiilnrv Acttun — Sim! lie illaililei Irrilalkii—Cmniral Dri,; Al'Illity CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main anil Division Illyllitvillc, Ark. At all limes I kctp on hand .several tractors and Cfpiipnu-nl, inrlinliii K new and n.sotl. I have John Dccrc, Karniall ami oilier makes. Also have for sale »l all limes 70 (» .so head <>r jin.lo.s. Terms can be iin-ant'cit. I will trade for almust anything yo,, have. see F. C. CROWE 1 Mile South Braggadocio, Mo. DEL 312 So. Second St. LEMENT INC. ! > ' ''•;••:'• ^»*ltg Phone 863 Dr. Mi!Son E. Webb Optometris^ Announces Mic Opening of His Offices 138 East Main Street Telephone 2297 Bfythevilie FROZEN FOODS Lockers for Rent —Meat Curing— Groceries — Meats — Vegetables—• Wifson Pasteurized Milk-— Birdseyo Frozen Products We Deliver Telephone 2fi02 Mai,, a t 21sl Street

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