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   Lawrence Journal World (Newspaper) - August 13, 1947, Lawrence, Kansas                                LAWRENCE DAILY JOURNALWORLD AUGUST TWELVE PAGES NUMBER 193 Security Meeting f Truman Hopes for Success at PanAmerican Conference IN RIO DE JANEIRO cretary Marshall Heads Delegation To the Session Talks to Open Monday on Easing Sett No Call For Terms of Loan to Britain i The Price Inquiry II ef the Treasury Snjder an Uut willI Mart Moaday with British pf QpA M eaaiac Uraw of the Asserkaa loaa te Snyder told a that the national advisory council American loan on international monetary prob headed by will eon duct the on behalf of this The British which will fly here thij will be headed by Sir Wilfred special assistant to Chancellor of the Exchequer Much Altho no formal request have been it ii understood that England will ask concessions whicTij would permit her to conserve heri their present dollar dwindling dollar supply by increas The British withdrew another ing from British dominions 11 of their and decreasing from the leaving only United The present terms of the loan agreement prohibit th In two other developments on the international economic scene Snyder scotched persistent in financial dis trict that the treasury planned to LALLO 11 increase its price on gold the present an ounce to The ceptiorf to Order of Attorney General NO OIL RESERVE FOR AN EMERGENCY lit AuKMtri Ptu Great expected demand for petrol eum products within the next year exceeding that of war can be representatives of the major oil producing states but they say there is no immediate reaerve to care for any Winding up a threeday meeting of the interstate oil compact com mission state officials and in dustry leaders launched a series of technical discussions pri marily concerned with developing LAWRENCERA1EIS Total Taxes for City Shows Increase of 35 Cents A Thousand VALUATION IS HIGHER The 1947 tax bills needed to cover of city EISENHOWER RETURNS FROM ALASKA 13j tkl AJJKWJ I Fort This far western military post pre committee said availability of more 1948 will thousand doi returned yesterday from a rwo week inspection tour of Alaskan He flew direct from Anchorage to this base where he served be fore he rose to a generals Hia schedule called for a press conference In his Brief comments after landing late yes the general described the morale of troops in Alaska aa high but declined to the ade o men and materials in the HOUGH NAMED HEAD OF SAFETY COUNCIL Organization Meeting Held Last Evening at the CityHall PLAN A SPEOAL At the recent rate of with Crawford a mam drawal treasury officials r the loan would He exhausted in leading conjrressional critic of Snvder emphasiied it was his unj instead of next June as ierstanding that the conference today labeled as fanj Attorney General order for an 13 President Truman sent the United States delegation off to the PanAmerican Security would be strictly limited to the Besides the expired to meeting In Rio fC Janeno toI British loan and would not increase huMnc frm her t111 i into other aspects of the British advarce reports indi with his btSt wishes lor or European jcate British the He declined to comment on pros talks here mav a modification gation into clothinp and ective saying of the loans terrrs make the I want io find out what the pound freely convertiaVe shelter mcceaaful trip and a to lietrn to ability flsht Truman told they bring as lung of dollars at Washingar it is the area of the Supply has ton national I steel for and tank cars 13 P help solve the problem but supply in the midwest would re a aUCCeftJfJll I I come bul I nd vu and MAV Mfl V InterAmerican Conference Miqht Called to Mediate Civil War taxpayers of the county announced this morning at tie close of the 1948 budget hearing commissioners In his last statement before tear inc he told an American Legion group that the foreign commitments of the United States and scientific developments require Altho the tax bills will be S5 j a powerful and effective air force cents higher than the paid in 1946 on each thousand dollars Commissioner Griffith ami Ed Johnson pointed out the increase is smaller than was previously anticipated in view of budget increases for Commissioner Griffith explained the tax increase was held down by the increase in property valuation this year which sent the tntal taxable valuation of the coun tv to in a ring of strongly held around the Neglect he asserted a great INVEST IN BONDS C Hiugh wsj elected presi dent of the Coun cil a an meeting al the council held las nisht at the city Fred Montgomery was chosen vcerresident and Woestemeyer elected For Elementary Schools GOES DOWN LANDED TALKING the western WRrl Freighter With Hughes Took Another Ver Cargo of Salmon Lost i Near Cresent Bay said it appears f him to be aired at bringing a depression at home to help for Kin Brazil j pf gained on eign nations buy rrore goods dawn nf Justo tne tax rate thru the additional He that Clark might Prieto selfstyled for the valuation was eaten upby a coun attention to the arfmiritra parnriiaynn indicated to lionsfiscal policies Craw div thp conference ford are the cause fjmjKnt be mediate ihe civil j war in the World War UN al Group Buys In F Series The officers were chosen froca ten of the ea bniard c directcrs and theT the week of September to 2i for an carapaign de sijcned to carrv compel 01 safe ty into all I Bv hard iwple can I make council a or I Kaniiation that make Law renca a safer in r hlgh to Olauiie j safety erjineer way depart more ganizations the peDreeen r0 the you rsr for little let he coenctl de out ami run rv rs nf The World War II Memorial asi vour die be tywide elementary schools levy of a Lmvereity of Kan1 cause two which was approved sas has purchased in Series by the 1917 a oneiriil States Savins Bomb hich i and a of IS mills i ijth maturity vaije tiliaa capital is headed by Secretary of Marshall in Chairmiin of the senate foreign rela tiona eommitire and Warrrn delegate tn aerurity council and former Re tpabliean iunanr bal Shot at Brewster And the Holmes of Lawrence is trea from to in f your To Concentrate n Adults McCamment the Port deep amidships by a George uif Washington Brail on three u told newsmen member reports in1 The conference called to con I partiruar concern over defense srviidan ard tired and growing ecorvtmic concentration After the had received I heavy freighter in the fog after landed his personal here last j in distribution Presidents Frsatnr stptied to the sajcropannes and he Rio conference will set an ex ample to rest f the WMh Vandenberf the Alaska Steamship nj ht after flxin l mnlorship Diamond Knot tank Trumati get I eta rv replying to after daybreak near Crescent west of while in tow of The Diamond Knot had a salmon cargo The 36 crew members of the Dia mond Knot took the lifeboats after las Presidents infurmal said trmt xnd his are fixing in the of whut important In tfce world The muthbound Diamond possible for Senator Brewster collided with the coastal continue his He of the western na Auatm said the thing abesjt wolvm hvnusphere is taa if unity nut of the He called the of foreign mmnitem after 1 PSTl in the ftrait low the I know he wil nf Juan de about 3i miles in my hair rest if my off Race at the southern tip i cheervd by about of Vancouver I employes of the Hughes Aircraft The Fenn Victory kept its lw when he snid he into the slncken nupped from plane The left chapter in the Act nf Cha with vmiltss for world Tlw Act of drafted la Mexico In wai a plan for itinff the of the n hemisphere militarjr political A Panaal Treaty The Rio which Truman himself address when attends the waa failed la write a military t this Truman Swretary Mar and colleague that they aa they have been many the past for peace larly In the I aaid Ikat the nrit of western hemi American rxiublics have a Mart ia Vntted a Mivng element In the il till Ee de are UM harmony and unity that are for future oorld Senator Vandenhcrg said I an that Rio will restore active ptjAAmerioan all for one and rat for atl mminit any western I also that Kin will il an excrllem ur i parent the Imted as to how peaceloving big or co The Sacred Cow left the airport But he wasnt weary to come up with another verbal blast at Owen Brewster of the senate war investigating comni The and public have my 1P4T In North the total tax ilipNinats predicted Arj bill will slump cents per hmis ns would insist on measures in 194fi eentirs ecurotnic possibly a Marshall plan for Latin Amer the collation and the company said undyinc rone were aboard when the ihip reporters a hU Culver City Justice Department Silent The justice department was to match proposals of cash silent nn what if it may j to Assist western have uncovered to prompt Clarks promiseof jail terms for anvon found guilty of conspiracies to up and keep them 1 It they vho made it ni force prices New York spokesmen for the three industry groups cited said The vantruard of the dele including assisant of arrived hv With him were William Paw ambassador to the Pan American governing board Staney protocol rep rs in freighter Tenn Victory ihortly has an unlimited capacity to hi WashWton adopted an altitude of 1 PffX I thm I I I tneir own com during a seriesof cross country studies this summer and Crawford was to chnl nanjprwiwii mm utrppeil Irom plane I ne I Alaska until I a m ouncement mr it would as lh m IKWIS by the vessels were in pulled apart and tuga took them Thr plane and resentative of the state depart Michael state department press Armour conferred with Ambassa dor William Mediation of the Paraguayan war vas not on the asenda hut the nf the rebel n indicated the insurgents H Goodwin ordered Kntt leave the ship ahortly before the at tempt to separate the vessels be movie maker said it was logical to assume that the Investigation of his wartime contracts with the government might ask other Ameriian nations to stop the the attorney general that he is The Marsha plan idea for Latin America also wns not un the onB JgJ the to anyone who closely followed the and the Michigan told a Started Hack in 191 If there it one step that could j have been taken HEAT WAVE TO END TOMORROW the roast guard craft or tugi m the i The order riven as a pre cautionary until He added that and see if i7will nay the workers at his had given The crew members drifted near their best to the war In refusing to He that if the hear i of the numerous mg is in Novrmlir it tnken I j Hureau Cool Air Mmmc in Krom tlrely hul we certainly did all that has revalued gtild it has re was said the flier The sorted tn record deficit financing the pull his vessel to a few iiHxIwIn said his S and holds were flooded and I had 10 feet of water and its still Min ing despite the The strait was fairlv calm except for ground The two ships were obscured by a lowly ing fog There wai no report of casual ties on either TRASH FIRE PUT Ot T Threatened Garage Belonging To Eustace A small trash fire in the 1HOO block between Rhode Island and Connecticul was ex Hercules Ilyinir boal the contract in time o fur which had drawn has Tlie midweitern hett wave will bv Thuroiav the I weather bureau reported to A mass of rool air fore the The boy akcil bv newsmen a statement hv Brewster that the A tcniperatuns in the should pr The the prue vni tlrunul by Thur demands furtlier acton jav the southe than a justice department invest Illinois and Mi tinguished this morning at j plane manufacturer hail repealed1 renewed todav a reiuost which oclock by members of the fire dej Iv asked the senate mmmittee that President Truman call an in partment and neighbors in the drop its replied If ro1 expected should pre rn Mis may not get much i Senator lirewster can find that A GRAND MUFTI HERE Mwlen Kailh Appealed Dver I H CMk Abiiurrahman Lull Osed to be plain when taught fumiay Hhiol as a teen in ihe Berlteey Congrega he has become mufti of thtt western Imted young said he 1 the faith in Saudi in 1942 where he was em mieffi by an oi Im not he and was no Tjnhof light reve UtionI became interested in the faith when I saw ire charity of the true working with the oil In Saudi Sheik I became better ac J with the Arabs than molt i I saw their fen UM way they would ihare aitifkllT amai with ghelk adJuited hll at he sat croeelesffed on in the apartment ha hU aad eaid aamed grand i the weetem i are apfrntimaieiy 1JOO most them living r he five times he The alarm was turned in whenthe testimony Ill huv him a I neighbors the flames were of toward a garage nf 1304 Rhode Uland No damage was to seek voluntary price reuuoj blanket all of Iowa by tonight I ami work eastward thru Ohio A War Veteran I to Kansas City Kansas hv tomorrow The cnrn of western Iowa Akansas P Odom of the record I yoking up welcome v ii i i soaxing up welcome Spanish roundtheworld I American war veteran and a formj Reynolds will fly to Kansas er instructor at the Chilocco Indian City Sunday to join in ceremonies l a for the twentvfifth anniversar of the municipal air terminal the mlnl needed by any STOCK MARKET INDEX as thundershowers ac 1 the air flow there fTAiW ATOXIC LAHMATOtT Lye of atomic aaorel at troondbreakins cerenony the Brookhaven National The te a project eipxted he completed within a nuclear wffl ha Maar than Oak will be iiaad for raaaarch ia a warrnup in pros pffl awjn Fridav and Saturday but the weather bureau said it was not expected to be as extreme as the current hot spell FARM TO Southern Preacher Had Always Admired Roosevelt Family A southern de scribed hv friends as a lifelong Democrat in a Republican strong has willed Franklin Roosevelt his almost inaccessible ISOacre farm valued unofficially at about Friends said the whose will was filed for probate in circuit court here vester always had admirtd the Roose velts from He named the late president as executor of hii In Roose velts Miss Malvina Mid she did not recall any correspondence between the family and Asked if Roosevelt knew she said not that I know Friends nf the bach elor who died last week in said he much of his time here prais ing the late Oreeneville is in northeastern a Re publican island in the solid Dem ocratic The will directed that Roosevelt should get Starnes land and property with the excep tion of five acres on which stands the Stamen Sunrise Starnet mmr affiliated with any has announced intention ooserve their of making purchases of I violar cuuncii as a group that will en adults observe safety The ars a grand job in safety he a Bat work the teachers often torn down when the children nts anj other of oa the strtsvu and at bonds from to time as the Me at mona fund crow This will add work this cut is largely further income to the memorial Admitting that trafic safstv to a reductionfrom mills to 2 i interest on money alreaay cola vitai part a mills In the levy of the Douglas I he countvKaw drainage comparison between the 19J7 Over bas been received j broadened a the The committee j the comparson etween e e and 1946 will tax levies for 120 and permit placing an order and citv of placing a coumywide county and district 60 is follows unit l S U IT 11 foiinty Ijiwreme Tonl J On LlrHlliAKe 33 jM North Subject to levies are subject changes in the pruperv bv the state commission of revenue and Six new th vention and McCamme traffic is in and pre Ksrsas have been aiiied to the They are and U and Mil ton MADE 3 SHOWERS carelessness Company Dropped Dry 1 Hope for Itlrt A remarkaVir h h of he They were caused by CJty unThrea duration will the tax o countv and and f m Charies ioletv Utt tie jrs safety cutive boaril if council aru crtgram n COOLER IN THE WEST porteii netween City Henrietta a I tween Springs ami Rich Are With Drop in and showers and soakers ment hopei tn hy Januarv 41 have been ortcunit Temperature i nurrheavt of or attempts were thud fourth efforts of1 cooler weather had arrived in wcs1 the company to produce i Com ini Aan Aii a CDiincra 1 At i bv i in wcs1 tne company to pnMure i tern Kansas today and ex Showers fell west of Kansas peeled U spread over all of the after a similar experiment r TU memni IT of tne Porsey tile American Iarsons at Reports received here todav did not any temperatures f in or over in the state S and Hutchinson heini the at hichest Last land had a low of Scattered showers hit the central and western part of the state in the i 24 hours ending at 6 oclock This morning but rone was reported in Dry Mutton already reduced the yield lo anjeomerv aii A eiiutvalent if j an nDeratiuna We know just what we can Hutn but try it if the cloud locations and the windrift are plan JOINS WELFARE STAFF Will Fly to of British T Inancal auth kev corn Precipitation an included Pratt Scot Citv Maude Junes of Olathe New Kucal Officer forrral views The county of an Dithton Philiistniri the anpointment of I Podje City Garden City Maude as fiscal of Syracuse McPhersnn and a trace at VHITTU 1C lUUlH 15 Admits Taking From Mail Box of James Pluramer Warren Dean Laura was arrested yes terday for investigation concern ing the rifling of mail boxes on Rural Route Sheriff Will The sheriff stated Peek made a sworn statement in which he ad mitted taking letters from a mail box belonging to and James who live east of icer of the Douglas county wei fare i Effective SememSer trie aD I pointment was maie ro the i vacancy caused Sv the of Bess Cook who rlans o t Chairman Jones has served rsca officer in the Johnson countv fare department for five he i THE WEATHER NEW OFFICERS AT McCouxhran and Johnson Here as Replacements Two Officers have reported t the 4iu ii f x T Pleaaant The letters have I mversity oi Kansas been recovered and other nearby boxes belonging to Jack Jack Dillon and other neighbors were not Johns Peek was picked up while work ing in the area of the mail boxes with a tree trimming crew of the Southwestern Bell Telephone com Sheriff Johns He Mtid Peek on parole from the Bovs Industrial Postmaster Roger said an inspector from the postal de partment was scheduled to arrive late today to investigate the case Bit ten By a Snake Rita catcher of the Lawrence Majorettes Softball was bitten on the right ankle by a snake last night following a game at the Shawnee Lake She was given emergency treatment at the Lawrence Memorial hospital where an attending physician said the make mai Rita ia the da of and Mm unit aa replacements fir ordered to sea I Commander McGoughran will be executive officer of Lieutenant Commander j Johnson will reach fire control During the war the at1 ter commanded the submarine 1947 which was sunk j during the second atom bomb test at Hard I p Kor hard up for with 1ST w drawn another f her United States the j y withdrawal i leaves only remaining 7 of the granted la Win 10 to S Brooklyn Dodgvrs broke out of a batting slump with a bang smashing out ten hits for a 10 to 5 triumph ever the Beaton JULV W T W 14 n i n a J vt ii   

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