The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1950 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVTU,E (ARK.) UN Urges World Economic Review LAKE SUCCESS. Feb. 17. (/T)— United Nations economists arc urging a'review of all current economic programs in the light of persistent world trade maladjustments, i Their suggestion Is in a survey of economic changes hi 1919 prepared for the 18-natlon economic and social council. The report p said no remedy Is yet In sight for the chronic unbalance of trade which the U.N. experts feel'Is the World's No. 1 economic headache at the moment. 'The survey did not specify which economic programs should be reevaluated, but it was assumed one of them was the European Recovery Program under which the United States has poured billions of dollars Into Western Europe. IJ.S. Imports Drop The .report pointed to Ihc drop In V. 'S. : .Imports from Western Europe as one of Ihe factors Hint aggravated-the trade problem'(hiring I949i it. also indicated the growing movement to develop (he backward countries threatened to complicate the picture still further. The Vfi. experts expressed the belief that the trade program' wa a triangular matter Involving th United Slates, Western Europe an the underdeveloped countries. They made no concrete recom mcndalions, but foresaw the possi bility thiit the United States mlgli have to continue financial aid In definitely to Western Kurojie or t the underdeveloped areas. The alternative, they said, woul be for tlie United states to rcduc its exports. Increase Its imports, o both. They added, however, -Ilia Mils would reverse, what appeared I be an inherent tendency in th United States. The present level of U. S. export is made possible, the report said because a substantial part of then are being paid for by dollars sup plied to Western Europe under the KKP. in the second quarter ol 1BIO. for example, about one-half of the U. S. exports were fmancec by KRP money. Itnssia Discounted The U.N. experts apparently are dlscinmlinc the possibility of bringing Russia into any world trade adjustment, plan. The report pointed to the Management of The Razorback for a Beautiful New DINING ROOM BCGAN DISTRIBUTING CO. FKIDAT, FEBRUARY 17, 1950 Congratulations *o the RAZORBACK [ and Best Wishes Day Amusement Company Congratulations And Best Wishes to the Robertson Distributing Co. "Distributors of Budweiscr Beer" Transfer of U.S. Ships Nay End Truman Promises No More Charters To Foreign Nations NEW YORK. -Feb. 17. (IF,— The IO National Maritime Union chief lys President Truman has prom- cd that no more American ships ill lie transferred to foreign flags. Joseph Curran ma,-Ie this report i an NMU membership meeting •st. night, following a talk in Washigton yesterday with Mr. Truman. Tlie union has strongly opposed lartcring of American ships taste U.S. Maritime Commission to foreign-flag companies, which arc •ml required to hire American sca- •ncn. ' Curran had asked Mr. Truman's 'ledae to hnlt any more such trans- 'ers In order to strengthen the U.S. •nefchant fleet. He told union members: "I pointed out to him that during the last war the United States had used the merchant marines of Dthcr countries, Britain, France and Norway. . '•I explained that In the next war — which might possibly be with the Soviet Union, it would take them only a week to reach the shores of Prance and Norway. What, good (hen would be the allied merchant marines?" Curran said a national council of delegates from all CIO nntl AFL maritime unions will be held soon in Washington to study effects of a federal court order opening maritime hiring halls to non-union men. It this council decides that the court order can he met only by a strike, such a strike will be called and It will involve all CIO and AFT, maritime unions in the nation, Curran said. "IT that conference says 'strike' then strike It will be." he said. "even if it means the breakup of our union and every union there." Infiltrate Island TAIPEI, Po'rmosn. Feb. 17— UFi — A few Communists have slipped on to Hainan Island in the south during heavy fog the past few days, out that Russia has increased trade with her satellites In Eastern Europe, while Soviet trade with Western Europe declined about 20 per cent during the first half of 1940 The report said intlationary pressure now has subsided in most parts of the world. The survey said total world production Increased again last year and the level for 1049 was nearly 40 per cent abov c tliat of 1937 Congratulations to trie RAZORBACK BUL1KCMHCO and thanks for giving us Ihe opporlunity (o install Chrysler Air-Temp air conditioning anil healing cquipmenl. —Courier News Photo NEW RAZORBACK DINING ROOM-Shown above is the new dining room that has been added to the.'anzorback Drlve-In on South Highway 61. The-doors in tlie background lead to smaller dining rooms used Jor private parties. i Oak Ridge Physicist Explains Radioactive Peril of H-Bomi By Howard' w. Biakesle* NEW YORK, Feb. 17. M'j-How a hydrogen bomb's radioactivity can live in the air long after the explosion was explained here today by a physicist'.who has worked-at the Oak Ridge, rrenn.. atomic energy plants. Although this peril is great, so that some scientists have predicted it will be worse than the bomb explosion, the reasons are not secret. Physicists who know have not been talking. • ; Today's explanation comes from Paul [>. Elliott, assistant professor of physics at Texas Technological College. Lubbock, Tex. He gave it in answer to a scries of questions. He said Hie terrific heat and pressure of the hydrogen bomb explosion, he believes, will change the containing envelope of the bomb, that is, whatever it is enclosed in, into a mass of radioactive vapor. "Not only," he sain, "would the explosion result In liberation of Inconceivable power and heat, but all ;he remaining nncombincd, atoms would become radioatcive and emit vast amounts of high speed protons, iculrons, alpha particles and the leadly gamma rays, (x-rays). "These particles and rays would render all substances' within their range radioactive—water, air, soil, etc;—which, in turn, would become extremely dangerous as new sources of deadly emanations, just as any natcrial in an atomic pile becomes "adioactive. "Some substances would soon lose heir radioactivity, but others would ontinuc.to be radioactive for many •cars." . ; . . This week, In New York, Dr. Linus 'auling, one of the world's best- uiown chemists, said the hydrogen bomb radioactivity would be so great hat no person, animal or plant any- vhere on earth would be safe for 'ears. The radioactivity would permeate the er.tirc atmosphere. And f people and other living things escaped serious radioactive injury hey still would be subject to chan- TCS in heredity. It even has been said that ag- ircssors will not use the weapon or fear of the radioactivity get- ing back into their own countries. Elliott said he believes a wori:- ible plan of control of the bomb 'becomes the condition of survival of civilization." Margaret Denies Met Career Plans 'MIAMI, ria. Feb. 17. </PJ—Mar. earet Truman says she isn't planning a career with the Metropolitan Opera Company. "Published stories that I plan n career In grand opera now simp)' aren't true." said the President, daughter, here for a weekend sine ing engagement. The blonde soprano admitted she occasionally lias dates with "friends' but denied there is any romance in sight. "All romance at present is tied up with music," she said. "I'm mud, too busy,to think of anything else" Miss Truman said her present tour will fake her to Texas Ari. zona, Oliio and other states before she returns to Washington in April With the Courts /i.-inccry: : ' — 0 -, .,"• The following suits were filed in hanccry Court yesterday: Lillian Jussay vs. Michael Jussay suit for divorce. William Thomas weicn vs. Jacueline Welch, suit for" divorce. Juanita Austin vs. Ernest Elkln Austin, suit lor divorce. We Heartily Congratulate ** ' • The Razorback Management The Interior Illumination of the modern new Razorback was Furnished and Installed By Electrical heating cable, wrapped around outdoor water pipes, has simplified the'winter care of live-' stock and poultry. 'Blytheville's Leading Sign Concern For 25 Years" he Defense Ministry said yesterday. Communist guerrillas have been outh China coast since the last active in the mountainous section o; lie oyster shaped island off tlw "lays of the Japanese there. But the Defense Ministry announced today operations against them were progressing smoothly. Our Sincere Congratulations RAZORBACK on their Modem Restaurant A New Home and Entertainment Organ WrjRLflzER Sft IT - HEAR IF - PLAY IT} NOW OH BISPI'V AT oil* SroSI 121 Union Memphis, Tcnn. | I am Intrrrncd In ttif new Wuflilier. I Srnd n.c compku [nlormalion. BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIM OFFICE NORTH TENTH I I STREET...; , j j CITY 70NF... .STATR.... )

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