The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1947 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 21, 1947
Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK;)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1947 Work for Food, Germany Is Told Only Labor Will Bring Mere to Eat, U. S., and : Britain Say Jointly BERLIN, May 21. (UP) — Tlic American and British.military ?o- ttmars , told the Germans last Bfetat to stop grumbling mid gel to work It they wanted more to tfi and better living eondUons ceoerally. .Gen. Lucius D. clay nnd Air Mnr- *•! Sir Sholto- Douglas In a Joint •taUment to the people of ifecU Oee«p»tion .zones reminded them thai Germany's war of ngrcsjlon WM the direct cause of tlietr presort hunger. v For two years the United States and Great Britain have been bsnr- Ing the cost of supporting '.hem the Germans were told. The efforts by come German officials to blame Ae Allies for Ihc food shorUitje w»s termed "childish." -. "Grumbling mid apathy will no Krine betler clays for Geimtiny,' the'statement said. "Acceptance of the responsibilities of hard work and courage in the race of present adversities will alone achieve future well being." ; Clay and Douglas said that such gestures as rcfasal to carry on duties and the staging of demonstrations, particularly in working hours, could hnve no favorable influence on improving imports. They called altemiin to the fact that although the German rations seemed skimpy, they were but little below the rations ot most countries in Western Europe. War Waged on Hoarders Earlier a high British authority reported that British and American Hying squadrons of agricultural experts were smashing attempts by German farmers to hoard food .while city dwellers existed on a starvation diet. "'A high official for the .first time g'are an Insight of the measures the Anglo-American authorities were taking against hoarding one of the main factors on which they blamed the German food crisis. ' Ttie' spokesman cited (is an example the discovery of about 2,000 head of cattle hidden on a farm in the North Rhine-Westphalia area of the British Occupation Zone! , American investigators have bed "very successful in finding hicldei food supplies on farms in Bn- »»rla r " the informant said nt r press conference., 'Both American'and British nil Uwrities in Germany hiw e Issuei stem -warnings against hoarding Ttje}' denounced it as a basic rca •on for the inability to meet th r ration requirements,- since it pinch cd the movement of foodstuffs from Didn't Know His Bride's Age Swarm of Bees Settles- In Automobile Parked On Street in Pine Bluff TINE BIAJPF, Aik., May 21. (UP) -- It wasn't :i case of bees in her bonnett but of bees in her car that bothered Mrs. O. P. Cearley ol Sheridan. She returned from a doctor's office In pine 'Bluff yesterday to find a swarm of bees in full pos- scssiori of her automobile..., .and the time limit expiring on her parking space. R. L. Thomas came to her aid by locating the queen oeo and tolling the entire hive into a caret- board Ijox. The police agreed to forget the over-lime parking. California Gets Prisoner Arrested in Russellville II, nUSSELLVIL'LE. Ark., May (UP)—Alfred Paine, identified an escaped life termer from Sun Quentln prison, will be returned to California, pope County Sheriff GUy Ilickman announced yesterday. The 35-year-old Paine was sent to prison for killing a North Sac- latncntu policeman. He was cap- liuea in Russcllvillc last nioiilh after baing wounded In H nun-fiK'it with Russcllville Police Chief Lyle Gilbert. M BOTTLES AND AT FOUNTAINS 21 as fare funds. He lisul been called into court because of his failure to scud his seven-yenr-old son to school. ••• ~* r \^f ^r Pepsi-Cola Company, Long /eland City, N. Y, I'Vanchised Bottler: Peps-i-Cola liottlintr Co. of Klvthvvili* SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING , ..Foundation Stock—Direct From Breeder Recent test proved yields 3 to 5 more bushels per acre and stands up belter than IJalsoy. Blythevi'.le Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 856-8^7, Ic didn't know his bride wns only 15 years old—"Thill's whal goi me n this jackpot, dcrn it," said William T. SU'p.'iens of Turkey, Texas, s he showed his muscle to :i Dallas policeman. Stephens married 'atsy Lou Endy, 15, In the middle of a country road near Turkey. Daisy's parents cujcclcd, so Dallas imlicc picked up the coupl'J mui re holding them, pending arrival of Palsy's parents. (NEA Teltphctcj.' New York Houses Needy Family In Expensive Manhattan Hotel NEW YOSK. May 21. (UP) — Msiyor WiHiani O'Dwycr ordered the 'it>- Welfare Department to find other quarters today tor u tiimily of Fevcn \vhich has been "living on ho town" in a midtown hotel suite •xt u cost of Sf34.32 per month. Free maid service was iiu'ludcd n ihc thrco-rootn, S3UI50 a month suite at the Hotel Aocnlene which ists n radio in every room. Rehouse (his ramily and oilier families similarly situation «s qiiick- nml '>s humniiely as possible." O'Dwytir told CommissiomM 1 of Welfare Edward E. Rhallgnn. Department of Wcllnrc officials admitted there were "under SO' cases of families on relief living in -MauIiaUnn hotels. Fewer than domestic sources to the proper channels ol distribution. The spokesman said there littic hope that the food crisis In Western Germany would end he- fore Juye 1. , Fowlslon School of Music Is Offering Special Summer Classes PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Mrs. Dalton C. FovMston, B. A., 5. M. >A. Term starts June 2nd through August SI, 1947. A special price for Ihc three months term in piano is being'offered. For iuformulion, call or write— 809 Chickosawba Phone 2049 0 were similar to that of the Bronx family \vliic!: left a S25-a- iioiith flat for (ho suite in tin. Aberdeen Hotel, officials said. A similar of a lar^e fam- ly, hearted by a father who wn: 1 chronic alcoholic, was reportec previously. That family had beet kept In n west :;h!e hotel lor a month at a cost of J5CO. However, Rhaliiran said such situations represented n very small snlanu of the M3.D09 persons receiving public aid who gel 51 daily for all needs. The 35-year-old Bronx father, whose five children range in ai;c from eii^ht months to seven years, had left him home after receiving a dispossess notice because it being torn down for a highway project. He took his family to 'Albany buL returned to New York when he was ima'jlc to find employment there. He returned to New York last" Dec. r> and got overnight assistance from the Travelers Aid Society, after the family had boon found sleeping in Grand Central Station. The society referred the family to the Welfare Department which put it up in the iAb-Mdeca the following day. In addition to the $318.50 for rent .the family was allowed S2B9 monthly for food, to be spent nnv-; where; $32.50 for clothing and laundry; cod liver oil for one of the I children, !)Q cents; miscellaneous, [ '25 cents, nnd carluve for Uv- father to look for a job, S2.17. Total cost for maintaining the family in the hotel suite for five anri one-hall months was approximately $3.500. Th c case was mane public yesterday when the falhcr revealed in court that lie \vas liviutj on \vcl- Flame See the Barksdale Flame Cultivator BARKSDALE MFG. CO. South .Broadway Street Ark. AMAZING/ SENSATIONAL / ottnxat HOME COLD WAVE easier than ever before.. 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