Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 11, 1948 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 11, 1948
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Thursday, November 11, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Poae Unions Getting Set for Wage gining to bloom." This firm, the National Foremen's Institute, said a survey of 600 newly negotiated labor contracts showed an initial pattern of about 9 1-2 cents a hour more. The first three postwar pay increase round averaged out at about 18 1-2 cents, 15 cents ancl 11 cents an hour respectively. Washington, Nov. 10 —(A 1 )—A gov-j The labor deportment's Bure'iu eminent report that wages still are ;0 f Labor Statistics said in its rc- ' lagging behind prices gave unions pol -t today that wage rates for fresh ammunition today for their factory workers have jumped 43 fourth round pay boost offensive. As Usual, Molotov Twists Everything Around to Fit the Communist Pattern By DeWITT MacKENZIE AP Foreign Affairs Analyst The new wage demands already are developing! The AFL recently out the advance." Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov, per cent since V-J Day but price,in opening the Moscow cere- increases have "largely cancelled | monies marking the 31st anniver- callqd for worker-employer cooperation to step up productive efficiency and cut costs to clear the way for pay raises without new price hikes. And an industrial relations re search firm has just reported that "a few fourth round buds are be- SUFFERERS FIND CURD FOR MISERY DUE TO LACK OH HEALTHY BILE Supply Rushed Here — Sufferers Rcjoico New relief for K.illbliulder nnfCerera Inck- Inff healthy bile is seen today in announce- m_ent of n wonderful preparation which acts with remarkable elTect. SuiTcrerH with nKonUinR colic, stomach nntl ira]Ihla'"»^r misery due to Jack of healthy bilo no*T Tell of remarkable results after usinc thin medicine which has amazinp power to stimulate flow of healthy bile. GALLUSIN IH u very expensive medicine, but considering? results, the 5H.OO it costs is only pennies per dose. GALLUSIN (caution, use only as directed) if sold with full money back guarantee by Treat Your Family To A sary of the Bolshevist revolution, declared the defeat of Thomas E. Dewey in the presidential election "shows that the great majority of Americans are against a policy of aggression." Well, Molotov is dead right in thinking the great majority of Americans don't want war. They certainly do not! But he is wrong in drawing this conclusion from Governor Dewey's defeat, since the latter persistently campaigned for moderate income families in j for peace. large cities rose by about 50 per j Americans want peace, and the cent over the three-year period." j thing that gripes us most is that However, the actual pay received by factory workers—as distinguished frcm their pay rates— increased an average of 30 per cent a week and 33 per cent an nour in the three years since Japan surrendered. This led the bureau lo observe that: "Rising prices have more than offset the increases in gross weekly and hourly earnings. The consumers price'(cost of living) index The bureau's figures show that wage rales increased 8.7 per cent between October. 1947, and September, 19-18—a period in which the living cost index rose 6.5 per cent. Comparable figures on the gain in actual earnings for the same period were not given. The bureau said there arc several reasons why actual earnings don't show as much increase as the 43 per cent jump in wage rates. the Communists won't let us have it. Sure, we are awning; we are bolstering our fighting forces; we are helping non-Communist Europe get on its feet economically and militarily, and we are considering a military alliance with Canada and countries of western Europe. But all this is in the interest of defense. Were the Russians so naive as to think we would sit twiddling our thumbs and let the Red steamroller run over us? I'm sure tial BROADCASTING SYSTEM Playhouse; 9:30 *"'''•"<• Nighter. ABC— Abbott and Costello; 1! "Summer Replacement." Personal Autograph Concert; 9 Child's World. MBS—7 Geo. O'Hanlon Family Skit: 7:30 Better Half in/.; 8:30 'Mysterious Traveler; 9 Thin Man. Troops Abroad Hold Quiet Ceremonies In Germany the U. S. Army observed the anniversary by giving a holiday to all^buK^sSenUai personnel,-, Tlicce'-wejrc: "n't> parades or For pilots "flying" the U. S. Brit- that peace lies in strength and tioi weakness and, that .tk<i cost of security is nothing corripared to -the price of .weakness. ~ lw! , "America is now d"emonstraUnlg its determinatioii to^bfe 'Strong, itt ish airlift to Berlin , it was just (keeping with its "dedication another day of woik.'Their planes i world peace through the ft Friday Items: NBC—S! :30 a. m. Clcvclandaires. CBS— 10:UO a. m. Grand Slam roared in and out of the blockaded city in the face .of a new Russian threat to force down any aircraft Notions." In Britain, where "RemembrartCS Day" was observed last Sundaj? CJuiz. ABC—-9:45 a. Anna Roosevelt. MBS—10:15 a iahr on Food. m. in. Victor The Greenhea'd ninllnrd duck is j ' most "plentiful and bes' all American,waterfowl. / \ *•> A i the most 'plentiful and best known i\ I Of F ' ' - • ioccunauoi^uuopi alid'The "French caught flying outside' the three iht i, c was" only one Armistice DE$ •nation observed Armistice Day to- •trat'nc corridors. (program. A plaque in rnemory o inrl ciav but in the rest of F.tirope the, Lt. Gen. Geoffrey Keys. Ameri-jten U. S. and six RAF aumei 130th' anniversary "of the end of'can high commissioner for Austria, (killed in crashes .within the tltj i j.,,i '\Vorld War I passed; almost un- : stressed the theme of preparedness jwas unveiled at Much Wenlocfe. '.noticed. '' ; ' ; ' ns a means of insuring ponce in ;Shropshire. i 'president Vincent Auriol led the la " army forces network broadcast, i All American Army cemeteries u; 'French in payinf homage to the I "Our light of hope on this Ar- Britain are closed for disintermen men ancl women who gave their mistice Day, 1948." he said, "is of bodies being returned to lives for the nation in. wartime. (that wo have learned the lesson (United Stntcs. th Heat HYPO W E R ChlU. Meanwhile try ^ CBBS. Place each csB on slice of toast. cover with piplnB hot chili. portunity for such premium pay as overtime and night differentials. Hence although their straight-time rates have gone up they may receive less money than they were getting during the war. Another reason is that a larger proportion of workers now are employed in the "generally lower- wage consumers goods industries," than in the former high skill war work. The government agency found that earning? in non-manufacturing industries have varied from those Jin factories. Hourly wages in retail trade rose 38 per cent in the three- year postwar period, but only 23 per cent in finance, insurance and real estate establishments, the bureau said. FuSbright Explains Suggestion to Mr. Truman Washington, Nov. 11 — t/Pi —The . ._ i Democrat who two years ago sug-|that she doesn't want sense, but our defensive activities naturally provide them material propaganda such as both Marshal Timoshenko and Marshal Bui-' ganin, minister of armed forces, emphasized in their speeches in connection with the Red anniver sary. The two famous marshals followed Premier Stalin's recent lead in characterizing the Western powers as warmongers. Both called for military preparedness by the Soviet Union, but said the forces of peace wouldn't permit another war. Then came a great, parade of Russian military might. This pios declaration for peace has a strange ring, coming as i does from leaders of a Bolshevist empire which is waging a fierce "cold war" against all non-Communist countries. Still, I believe it is true that Moscow doesn't want any "shooting war" at this junc- ure. You can put in any way you want to — that she doesn't want war because she isn't prepared for it, or that she doesn't want it because she loves peace. The point is war. gested that President Truman re sign and let the Republicans take full control of the government is happy that his party swept last week's elections. Senator J. William Fulbright's only regret is that his original proposal — after the Republicans captured Congress in the 1946 balloting — "was-so widely misunderstood." "I intended no personal criticism of President Truman then or now," the Arkansas lawmaker told porter today. "I still believe our government is Instantly—the moment you put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol in each nostril—you'll feel your cold-stuffed nose start to open up and give you wonderful relief from sniffly head-cold distress. Va-tro-nol acts so fast because it works right where trouble is. It relieves stuffy congestion, and makes breathing easier. If used in time, Va-tro-nol helps prevent many colds from developing! Try it! Vicks Va-tro-nol Nose Drops. However, this doesn't mean that we can have real peace. Russia's "cold war" for the spread of communism will continue full blast j until she comes up against a stone wall. This means that America and other non-Communist countries are compelled to continue a hot defense against the cold war. We have to pour out our resources for military preparedness, and continue to live in a state of tension a re-land uncertainty. Yes, the American people want peace. I believe that the average Russian also wants peace. But the average Russian isn't a Communist. He is one of the scores of millions who are ruled by a small minority of Bolshevists who dominate by force—and-the terrorism of secret police. Thus the problem is how to release the world from the fear of this minority , ".dictatorship which lias spread' itself by strong-arm methods over many countries. The way things look.,now .the solution i to continufeHhe'.erection of barriers of military' preparedness and so hold the;tRed:<advahce until the peoples already 'under its domina tion arc able to deal with the menace in theii; own way. There is nothing more certain than that .the oppressed peoples will revolt against totalitarianism in clue course. . . YOU'LL ENJOY SHOPPING at Texas ORANGES ~ ._. __^ U. S. Red No. 1 10 Ib bag LETTUCE Firm Heads Elmer's Fruit or Mint SUBLETS Chee-Wee's can t*' 30 oz. Jar STEAK Round, Loin " or T-Bone Ib. / STEW BEEF Brisket or Rib Ib. COLORED OLEO Sunnyland In VA Ib. sticks It Boy Scout Troop 90, of Firs Baptist church, will meet at the church Friday at 8:15 a.m. to go to Preston Hunt. Scoutmasters Floyd Osborn and Ansley Gilbert announced that the troop would leave for camp around 8:15 Friday morning and return Saturday afternoon." The Scouts will take their own bed rolls (quilts and blankets) and enough food for four meals. Scoutmaster Gilbert and Field Executive Hickman will go to camp with the Scouts. Scouts will enjoy a program of adventure, advancement, campfire program of stunts, songs and games; and outdoor cooking. Cabins will be open to scout troops who do not prefer to live in tents or improvised shelters. Thursday p.m., Nov. 11 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Supcrnaan—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Rhythm & Reason b:15 News, Five otar Final 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Report on Corp. Congress— M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 Talent Jackpot 7:30 The Better Half—M . 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel HeaUer—M 8:15 Mutual Newsrcel—M 8:30 MysLery Playhouse—M 8'55 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 Thin Man—M 9:30. Dance Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Miguelito Valdes Orch.—M 10:30 Paul Lovasz's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual Reports the News 11:00 Sign Off Friday a.m., Nov. 12 5:57 Sign On r,:00 Hillbilly Hoedown 6:25 Bargain Roundup 6:30 News, Fii'dt Edition 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 Market Rcporls 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Coys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:30 Slogan Parade 8:55 Arkansas News Roundup 9:00 Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M 9:30 Nashville Program 9:45 Blue Barron Presents—M 10:00 Passing Parade—M 10:15 Victor H. Lindlahi—M 0:30 Gabriel Realtor's Mailbag —M 0:45 Lanny Ross—M 1:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M .1:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 1:30 Luncheon at Sardi's—M 11:45 Luncheon at Sardi's—M Friday p.m., Nov. 12 2:00 News, Home Edition 2:10 Market Time 2:15 John Daniel Quartet 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M. 2:00 Movie Matinee—M 2:30 Ozark Valley Folks—M 3:00 Meet the Band 3:15 The Johnson Family—M 3:30 1490 Club 4:00 Swing Time 4:45 America at Sea 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—-M 6:00 Bobcat Pe-j Rally 6:15 News, Five Star 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Henry J. Taylor—M 6:45 Fulton i^ewis, Jr. 7:00 Great Scenes from Plays—M 7:30 Bobcat Preview 7:45 Football' game: Hope Smackovev 8:00 Gabriel Heauer—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Dance Orch.—M 10:30 Henry Jerome's Orch.—M 10:55 .Mutual Newa—M 11:00 Sign OK Top Radio Programs New York, Nov. 11 —I/Pi—Topics tonight: NBC—6 Supper Club 7:30 Burns and Allen; 8 Gco. Jessel and Al iJolson; 8:30 Dot Lamour; 9:30 Fred Waring. CBS—7 FBI in Peace and War; Suspense Drama "Muddy Track;" 8:30 Crime Photographer; 9 Jean Hersholt in James Hilton Fresh Ground BEEF Ib. OXCO PLASTIC. ONE FOR EVERY MEED SEE OUR DISPLAY Light Crust or Helitrope FLOUR Ib. bag c COFFEE Monarch MINCE MEAT Monarck or 1 8 oz. Richelieu Jar Godchaux SUGAR Ib. bag GOLD SEAL 59c Value ONLY C Phone 266 GRO. & MKT. We Delive MacKenzie King to Resign After 20 ears Service Ottawa. Nov. 11 —(/P)—Canadian rime Minister William L. Mac- enxie King says he will resign Jov. 15 after more than 20 years crvice. Louis Stephen St. Laurent .•ill succeed him. MacKcn/.ie King isclosed his retirwncnt date yes- erday in a letter to the Candaiun egion of the British empire service eaauc. defective when one party holds the ^residency and another controls the Senate or House." Now that the Democrats are back in firm control of both branchi-s, Futbright says he looks for fewer votes "and more actual cooperation in running the guveru- JllOtlt." At the time of the Republican ConyiX'SKionul victories two yours agu. the law of presidential succession called for the secretary of Stale to move into the While House in the event neither the president nor ihe vice president was able to s e \' v e. Congress later provided that the Speaker of' the House should be next in Hue lo the vice president. Fulbright's proposal was that I'.lr. Truman appoint a Republican as .-eci-elary of'State and then step out oi office himself, i Tin- Arkansas Democrat has conferred on legislative matters with : i\lr. 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