Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 19, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 19, 1952
Page 6
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. ' .a General MacArthur To Visit Little Rock Sunday 'Iilttli : Roi*-(*")- Gen. ; Douglas ·UeArthur will visit'thlt city of. his birth for a few hours next Sunday. It will be his first 'trip back 'to Little Rock. He wai an infant when his Army officer father was transferred,to another noit and hU parents left Little Rock, Now you cart "buy a Manhattan shirt for the price of in'ordinary shirt! NOW; Men's Shop MacArthur wan burn January 2fi, 1880, In the officers' quarters In the old Little .Rock arsenal. The building, headquarters of the Army post then here, still itands. The post In' now' a. park--City park for many -yearn, but slhca 1812 MacArthur Park--and the building Is now a museum.' Public and wml-public appearances of the former Far E»«t supreme commander arc icheduled in take up only itomc three hour*. The general la to leave in mid- aftcrnoon to fly back t o ' N e w York, MacArthur, Mt«. MacArthur, anrt their-Jon, Arthur, and three, members of the general'* staff are to arrive here at-10:30 a. in., by chartered plane from Mississippi.' MacArthur U lo address the iMIssisElppI legislature at Jackson Saturday. After brief welcoming ceremonies at the airport, the general and his party, will go lo Christ Episcopal Church, where Mac- Arlh'ur and a brother, Malcolm, who died in childhood, were baptized May 16, 18(10. Ta Attend Service The -parly will attend the church icrvlce, whicli Ihc Rev. J. Hodgc'AIVM, rector, has said will be kept a normal as possible. Mr. Alyes said there wouldn't be ; fi · Special pcrmon because of the general'* visit. He will deliver the fourth sermon'of seven in a Lenten eerlcs on "The Divine Drama ; of Human Redemption." The.iubject will be "Who Hath Redeemed Mankind?" The Ht,' Rev. B. Bland Mitchell, Kplscopal bishop of Arkansas, the Rev, Wi. : P,. Wllsell, rector omeri- tu», and. Mr. Alves will grecl the MacArt'hUr party at front of the Churchy Binhop Mitchell will take the'absolution and will read the clonlnjr prayer and benediction. la ylalt Birthplace ; n After the services, MacArthur will'visit hli birthplace and then will'Join the dedication of a-rose garden ^n MacArthur Park to memory of the Arkansas dead, of the Korean conflict. Hli lait tcjicdtilcd appearance on the public program Is a speech at the bandihell in the park at 1 p. m. Spokesmen for the Arrangements Committee have said they understand that the speech will be of t "aentirfiental" nature, suitable to a homecoming. Tew details of the MacArthur family's residence here are avail- able. Apparently youflf Pouflai w«i only! about 1| monthi Aid when his parent! left Little Rock, At least one man who renumbers MacArthur as a youth hopes in be on hand for the homecoming. He is Mason E, Mitchell, a Conway resident, who kneW Arthur MacArthur, the future Keneral's brother, when they were classmates at the U. S. Naval-Aca- ilerny and through him met Doug- lac. Arkansas and Little Rock residents have heen urging the general for years to come here. MacArthur made a definite' commitment list December to Little hock's republican Mayor Pratt C. Remmel. Socialists For Talks On Unifying Germany Bonn, Germsny-WI-West .German Chancellor Konrad Adenau- or's major opposition--the Socialists--last nlsht indorsed part of the HuKitians' latest proposals on Germany. A formal Socialist statement called for four-power talks to arrange a free national German election and unification of the oc- cupal'ion-dlvidcd country as a prelude to a peace treaty.- Chancery Dispositions In the Washington C o u n t y Chancery Court:" Jessie May Bibb vs Thurman Robert Bibb: Decree of divorce to plaintiff, awarding custody of minor children of parties to plaintiff. 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And. they fear a new wave of curbs against American floodi may be starting in many other parts of the world. Facing the thousand men .from all parti-of the country gathered for the conference of the Export Manager! Club of New York are thete developments: 1. Six countrici in the sterling are -- to whom Americans sold two billion dollars worth of goods last year -- have just announced drastic cuts in the imports they'll permit this year. 2. The U. S. Department of Commerce announces that in.Jan- uary our exports dropped 190 [nil- lion dollars from December, while we imported 121 million dollars more in goods.. 3. The pound sterling advanced Monday in London and the American dollar went down -- aftermath of Churchill's new austerity program. 4. The Canadian' dollar advanced in value and the American dollar dropped in value in Montreal -- it took only 99 7-16 Canadian cents to buy one American buck there. Investors are seeking Canadian dollars because they like Canada's fiscal pollciet and industrial opportunities. Wt»M BT Curbf . The exporters gathered here aren't worried as much by the currency fluctuations as they are by the world *rade upset that threaten* to cut off more world markets for American goods. Six countries just, announcing they'll import less this year are: Britain Australia, South Africa, Ireland, New Zealand and Southern Rhodesia. Ceylon is talking of the same thing and Americans fear India may follow suit. The financial crisis, in France also threatens to upset the trade applecart. The trouble is their shortage of gold and American dollars. These countries have been Importing more than they exported, and paid the difference when they didn't have American fiscal aid by draining their reserve* of gold and American dollars. This.'country now holds one billion dollar?more of the world's gold than It dW this time year. 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