The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1946 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 20, 1946
Page 10
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PAGETCtf BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1040 Food Situation Grave hi England OHkwU Fearful Condition Will 0« Worse Than in War LONDON, June 20. IUP>—British jooplc -were varncd today by two. jovenunent leaders that their TIH- :ion faced the gravest, crisis tyi its economic history and that the loud situation was worse than tfunng Uic darnest-days of the war, Herbert Morrison, lord president of the council, and Tom Williams,. minister of agriculture, o«'.lined • the grim picture in sober terms at the opening of Nottlng Iw.m farm ween. Noting a serious reduction in the production of meat, milk and fgs, 'Williams said. "Taken as a whole, the position will not oe as good as It was in the hardest days of thu war." He said that economies to t« effected were so severe that a cm in milk production rations would be unavoidable, and that milk wouiti have "to take second place" tu bread. As tor eggs, the agriculture minister said, "we .can expect that the whole Increase In output over" tne past year will once more be los' ' "The home output of pig meat is also likely to fall at least to tnc lowest point of the war years." lit added. The dim outlook for food, however, came fls no surprise. Britons have been warned this week or possible bread rationing and have heard announcements of impenfl- in» reductions in milk and fioay rations, Eggs are becoming increasingly scarce. Goenng's Art Loot Retraces Its Journey PARIS (UP)—The "Musee Jeu c'e Paume" in the Tutlerles Gardens no longer receives its frequent visits from Herman Goering. B'lt il still is handling the priceless French art treasures which he looted from private collections for shipment to Germany. Novr, however, the shipments are all incoming. In the past six months more than 60 freight cms Of paintings and other art treasures have arrived at the .giSlcry rrora Germany to be classified and reUirnsd to their original owners. Under the occupation the M'.isec Jeu de Paume was the German collecting point for the same art treasures on their v;ay to 'the victorious Reich. Goering visited the place at least 20 times to select items for his personal collection The returning art -material comes from lour 'main collecting points in the U. S. occupation zons in Germany, On arrival here it is turned ever to tlie museum authorities by » U. S. Army officer ren- resniUng the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives branch o! the Office of Military Government. Nomura Now Soys His Brothers In Japan Wouldn't Believe Him TOKYO, June 20. (UP)—Adm. Kichisaburo Nomura, Japanese ambassador to the United Slates at the time of Pear) Harbor, said tpdny he believed that the war and the occupation would bring tUc uc"- pic of his country and the United States closer together than ever before. In an Interview, Nomura blamed 'ignorance" for having played a large part in bringing about the war. He said the Japanese now have an opportunity to see and understand Americans and to Know thai country's strength. And. He added, the Americans will also jam an understanding of the Japanese. Praising Ocn. Douglas MacArthur's direction of the occupation, Nomura said ihe supreme commander had a perfect tense of liming through _ on understanding ,ol Japanese -psychology. He gave ns an example MncAr- lliur's rccetu warning against mott violence and unruly demonstrations. "This came just at the right time," Nomura said. "The people were anxious. They were wondering what these mobs -would lead o ajid If they could be controlled." "Gen. MncArthur's statement was perfectly timed to put their minds it ease," he asserted. Noimirn said he warned Jnpa- nesc militarists on ninny occasions that they Vmd no chance to" win u war against the United Stales. "I knew America. I had seen America's productive capacity and I knew the American people. Mnuy militarists, however, were unaware of these things. Many had nat travelled In Oml part of the wbitd.'' He said he finally was told to keep still with the words, "Ktiimim. we know your views." Strong Tea BOSTON (U.P.) — Subway collector Patrick Polcy of Chork-s- lown made good use ot n hot cup of teo. When a thief brandished a piston tit him snd demanded his money, Foley simply threatened him with the half-empty cup The holdup man didn't wait. Highway Repairs Rushed by State Governor Reports Some Work Being Handled by Contract MTTLE ROCK. June 29. IUP1- Repair work on Arkansas' hlnhvty* Is proceeding Just js fast as labor and materials crm be obtained,' I Governor Ben Lancj 1 bald todaT. | I AH contracts (ire being lei S3 quickly as contractors can be ronno to bundle the Jotx-i, he sntd, ruin nddeci Hint J»"ch repair work 1"> being done- on contract due to a shoitnKe of equipment owned by the State Highway Department, , Oovcrnor Laney said lie did not know how his 31-man advisory f!«mmlUec plans to finance n IK to 12-niilllon dollar highway construction program [uinunlly during I he next ten years without levying additional luxes, but Implied thai the state plans to take, advantage of all federal aid. He pointed out that the committee placed particular emphasis on municipal streets In Its report, yesterday. The governor explained that cities are gohig to need mor* stale funds In order to match federal moneys available for streets. The committee endorsed more state money for cities in view 01 the fad that 20 p«r cent of the state's traffic Is on city streets. Tlieip are 9.270 retail liquor licenses In Chicago, an all-time h!gn. A selection of Hie finest works, including paintings by nenibrandl, Vermeer, Goyn, nubcns, Fran: Hnls, Bveughel mid Velasquez. Is shortly to be placed on public exhibition nt the Musce dc IVOrnn- gerle. HOW'S YOUR RADIO We (live 1 to 2 Days Service on any Make. We'll Make If Work! Fred Caliihar. Phone 2642 W« Call For and Deliver Authorize*! Mo torn la lluclio Saks uml Service 10G South First St. UTS MAKE A Call us up soon, and let's set a clay tor overhauling your tractor acid other farm equipment. Waiting 'til the last minute is mighty dangerous business that might lead to delay*] Now's the time to get your name on Otif advance service schedule. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blyrheville, Ark. 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