WEDNESDAY, MAY M, 1947 BIA'TIIKVJI.LE (AUK.) COUR1KH NKWS TA«E NJJTB Cattle inGermany May Be Seized U. S. and Britain Plan Move to Fight Meat Famine, Halt Hoarding Happy Remembrance possibilities of a I'.encral .strike. "You can't \K SUIT,'' one -local ewis, "llisil it would rticy lor Hie national call (lie strike, Work it Hie;,- :uv made will loi\d demonstrations.'^ Japs Admit Using (J. S. Flier as Bayonet Dummy BY JOHN B. MrlWKMOTT Unltvil i'ress Staff Correspondent May 14. OJP>—Authori- lcrs said yesterday that the *fericaii and British nillilary Kovernmen'..s may seize excess cattle on German forms unless the l»'cciu'ions food situation improves unexpectedly. Seizure ol cattle to break up hoarding aiul get meat into the cities were indicated, possibly within a few days, as the first 'of several moves to combat the worsening shortage. Col. .Hugh B. Hester, chief of tl" American Military Govcrnincn Food and Farm Division, said then was no reason for panic. He called the situation about the same as last year. Hester, a former Durham. N. C., farmer, blamed poor planning by German food officials for part of the shortage. He said the Germans I Werfcl, G-ycnr-old Austrian half orphan whose photograph slinwinu failed despite allied urging to mo-'him receiving a new pair oT American Junior H.^l Cross shoes wan bilize their transport for distribu-1 W i<lely published last December, enjoys looliin • at the photo ot>. he coyer of Rod Cross Courier. With him is rclici worker Mi.',:: Opel latl of New Yori: who pays periodic visits hj tile boy and his lolhcr with whom he has now been reunited in Vieinui, Austria. —(Red Cross photo from NEA Telcjiholo). YOKOHAMA. May 1-1 <UV>) — even former privates in tho. Japanese Army, on trial before i\n IStulith Army Military Commission, pleaded RiilUy today to diniws of having used ;i live American flier as « "dummy" for bayonet priicllcc. The flier was Identified us 2nd I.I. Darwin T. Kmory. Denver. Colo. Emory was one of six survivors of a ll-M crush I,, chlba Prefecture, near Tokyo, late In May, 19-15 liinory. accordlnu. lo supreme !iCiUi<ni;uUTs lennl M'cllon, apparently UM.S close ID death when he was (iiken prisoner. U'gal oilierrs wild 1,1. Musakl Miibnchl, com- imiiidini; oitlcer of the .seven privates mi dial, ordcr,.-d his company to bayonet Kmory's body. The- Ameiic-an tiler was then dccapllat- ed and tlirmvn into a common Brave, oliicer.s .said, s MubiiHil ur..i iound Btiilly of ordering the bayoneting and handed Beptember ti, 19-10. Kubbcr lisb, cast In plaster-oi- parh muld.i o| Iresh .specimens, have ivpluctM mounted ones :i> foine iini.si-uin exhibits. Senator Charges OvcrdeveSopmcnt Of Public Power WAKHINLITON. May !•!. '.HI') ir'en. Kltncr 'Ihoinafl. H., Okla, chill-Bed yesterday that much luon 1 j development of public power will ] Urlnii (Ills country to u "duplication i of tut; liiiMlan .system." "If you net the money you wmit, no private eU'clrle uliitly will ex, 1st," he said to Or. Paul .1. Haver, Honnevllle power iidiniiilstriitor. liavcr Is wekini: ivsttirutlnn by a .Semite appropriations .siibeiiiiiiult- li'e o( the $^(1,2711.000 asked by tins I'resldent lor 111'A for [iscal I'.llli. Tlii! house voted lo oil It lo $0,1)1)0,- tillO, Haver predicted ployed lu the I'ticlflc E9.000 unem-119-19 if (he house figure w»s not Northwest by | Increased. BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN 'OFFICE -NORTH TENTH ' U. -: £ Phone 3151 tion of food last fall. He said the lirst portions of the greatest food shipment since the occupation was no;v reaching Gev- many. The shipment consists of 43U.COO to 450,000 tons of bread grains, more than 100,000 tons alxjvc any previous month. Similar shipments in June and July, he said, should get the situation back into balance. Shipments had been unbalanced by diversion to other areas of food oriy- inally earmarked for Germany. pispalches from -Austria said the fo<4fc position there had improved temporarily. The average calory levtfj|;i Vienna was reported at 1550. up from ils low of 1400. There were no reserves available, however, to tide Hie country over until the harvest. Hester said almost all potatoes in Western Germany were gone, partly because they had been fed to cattle. One high official said the seizure of cattle could be necessary because "you cannot have people yoing hungry while cattle are. being fed." Labor Ponders Mass Protest Df Hostile Acts in Congress NEW ORLEANS, May 14. (UP) API., would be ill effect the "he New Orleans item said ycster-, esl political party in Die county." lay in a copyrighted story that or-i iK. J. Sullivan, port agent in New ^anizcd labor was planning a series j Orleans lor the powerful National )f mass demonstrations across the' Maritime Union, OIO. told UK lation and possibly a 21-hour gen- item he fould "yo along with Chit- Runipus Room for Birds SEATTLE (UP)—Mrs. Albert O Benedict's ICO canaries, 31 para keels, six linchcs and other mis ccllancous birds rule the roost h her home. Mrs. Benedict liius turn ed over a whole room for the bird' playroom, where tlioy can fly- will when they are out of thei cages. She also finds time to loo nftcr a couple of pet squirrels, tw dogs and a collection of tropica lish. NOTICE,. .._... Notice is hereby ffivcn tliat the" undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Com- missio.'*fc of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at. retail at Box 32, Burdctle, •Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that lie lias never been convicted of s felony or oilier crime 1 involving moral turpitude; dial no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years "last past; .ami that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of tliis state, or any other state relating to the sale of alcoholic- liquors. Will McKinncy Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13fh day of May, 1947. Mrs. Marshall Blackard (SEAL) Notary Public ; Afy Commission expires March 1949. oral strike May 21 in retaliation toward a "hostile" Congress. Verification of the protest, the Item said, came from Al Chitten- len, president of'the APJ, International Loiigshorement's Association New Orleans. "Some (action must be tahen at] this time," the Item (juoLcd Chit- tcndcn, "to impress the President and Congress with labor's rights." Chittel'.clcn, who is heading a joint committee of APL and CIO officials planning the demons! ration in New Orleans, said, according to Fluncry Lewis' article in tht Item, that all organised labor would be expected to iw.rticipatc in the undertaking. Whether the strike actually^ develops. Cnlttenden told the Item, depended upon "Bigwigs" of the APL and CIO. One labor leader here reportedly declared that "a merger for political purposes, of the CfO " atul tenden.' Oilier union officials were more cautious in 112 Walnut St. Complete (2-Piece Living Rotirn! Steel Oil Barrel Racks T. L. MABRY ! of spring tilled .-iofa, matching :e cimlr. beautilnl lias.suck.'cocklall liibl:, tnelal .smoker, a picture, 'J lamu tables, u iiijle lump and u h;;;ml!Ud lelleelor typo Hour lump, two fihtit; rui'.s, (lie Uvmtf rootu coin- ilnlc. ' ,k(4# KvsHf •!( FARMERS Recondition Your Car NOW! Pay for it This Fall 13 Pieces n Plaster Stucco • Concrete Phone 2028 LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. 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