PAGE SIX 10th Anniversary of Hitler's Attack on Poland Finds Soviets Dickering Over Who Won War ;"• Bj (he Associated Prew 1 Today is Hie 10th anniversary of the beginning of • World \\ 7 nv II in Europe and the fourth anniversary of the , Japanese surrender ceremony. ; The Moscow weekly News Times seized the occasion > to declare Hie Soviet Union won the Kuropean war single handed. + — "The Soviet people bore the entire burden ol the war against the German fa.scl.st invaders," it .said. In Tokyo (where it was Friday, Japanese time), Geu. Douglas Mac- Artihur reviewed Japan's four years under allied occupation and declared communism is no longer a major threat to Japan. BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS "The Japanese people," said MacArthur "have fully and faithfully observed their surrender commitments and advanced steadily along ' the road of spiritual regeneration ' and physical reconstruction." In, four years Japan's population ha-?' grown by 9,500,000, MacArthur 1 reported, "yet there has been no mass unemployment, no social un, rest and no lar^e-scale dole." Russians Stage Maneuvers A typhoon battered Tokyo and . Yokohama, leaving 68 known dead, = many mUsingr and injured and 06,000 homeless. Floods following the i storm threaten to take a bigger toll in lives. Weil German newspapers noted the 10th anniversary of Hitler's march into Poland with a chorus ! of "We Don't Want Another W«sr." Soviet-licenced newspapers in Bcr- ; lin .<airt the American army is preparing for another war on German soil. ; The Russians are just concluding . their summer military maneuvers east of the Elbe. The Americans , will marshal 110.000 men In mock , warfare in West Germany next week. In China. Communists continued their march southward. Canton dispatches said Communist irregulars have captured H-smeiilng, 125 miles . east northeast of Canton, and another town, Melhsien, was abr.n- , doned by Nationalists without a . fight. Rebels Active in Bolivia Rightist rebels have made further gains in Bolivia. The middle-of-the-road government reported the Na- tional'Revolutionary Party (MNR), which began the revolt Saturday, ^ now holds at least four key cen- ; ters. The government said the rebels had taken over Yacuiba, an oil center on the Argentine frontier, ' and Sucre, 250 miles southeast of La Paz. The rebels also control Santa Cruz and Potosl. The -U r S. Department of Agriculture in Washington reported the Soviet Union will he faced this year with a serious drop in the grain harvest. The department said heavy rains and other harvesting difficulties "have caused considerable reduction of the grain crop, which looked promising earlier in the season." In mid7summer Russian, authorities had predicted a. near bumper crop. The cedars of Lebanon are closely related to cedars in the Atlas Mountains of north Africa and other cedars in the Himalayas, but are different from American cedars. President Voices Hope for Passage Of 'Fair Deal' Law WASHINGTON. Sept. 1, M'j— President Truman predicted today that his "fair deal" program ultimately will be enacted In full. The President told a news conference he is confident that the 81sl Congress will catch tip at its next session on matters he has l>een un- nble to get through at the current session. He reminded the conference that the 81st Congress is in two pait.s and that (here is sliJl a EOIIR way to go even on the present session. The .second .session starts in January. Livestock NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS, III., Sept. 1. UP/— <USDA>— HOBS 8.000; weights 180 Ills up sleitcly with Wednesday's nversiRCI lighter weights and sows steady to 25 higher: hulk good and choice 200-250 Ibs 21.507ft: top 21.75: odii lots 200-300 Ills 20.00-21.50: nround 280 ll>s :it 21.00: hunch 315 Ibs 18.75: 130-190 Ibs 20.50-21.25: 140-170 Ibs 17.25-10.50; few 19.15; 100-130 Ibs in lisht supply 14.25-17.25; guml sows 400 Ibs down 17.50-19.00; UNEMPLOYMENT JEOPARDIZES BERLIN ECONOMY-Wilh one out of four BeHiners out of a )oh. thousands of Germans jam the various labor offices to get dole money At left above Ber- lincrs in Ihe American sector line up for their jobless pay. The chart at right In Bcrlin's'main labor ollicc. shows how unemployment figures zoomed from 50.COO in the summer of 1048 to over 200,000 this year. (Photos by NUA-Acmc stjilf correspondent Joe Schupne 1 Widow of Prison Superintendent- Placed in Charge of Girls' School LITTLE HOCK. Se])t. I. I/I';— T'lie widow of a veteiun Ai'kansas prison superintendent today took charge at the Arkansas Ciii'ls Training School, where l',vo ma.ss breaks occurred in 17 day.s. Mrs. Maxine Cogbill, widow of Tom Co^hil!, \vns mimed by Gov. Sid McMalh yesterday acting superintendent <if il •• school and the | ad.ioitiine Women's Reformatory. Fwe of Ihe teen-agers who broke from the main school dormitory 'nic.srlay night, shouting oaths as they llrd, zenmin at large. One of the 'irce recaptured early yesterday. Ruby Pearl Watts of Cr.nwfordsi'llle. Ark., staged a noisy - captured llrri dining a brawl staged by two Inmates. .Since MLS. Goodman's resignation, head nfiilnjiis of the two In- stitutions have been in charge. Two Hoard .Members Named McMatli yesterday also named two new members to the board. Ihe Rev. (Jhauncey Fart-ell, pastor of the First Prcsbyfrliin Church, Texarkana. and Alston Jennings, Little Rock attorney. He requested the board to meet at Friday to Till THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1949 Jt«r*nu« Commissioner Pores Way tot Cfocfc-(/p Ut» of Pinball Machines LITTLE ROCK. Sept, l—fa>,— investigation of individual cases must be made to determine whether devices are used for gambling, Attorney General Ike Murry has advised Revenue Commissioner Dean Morley. Morley requested an opinion regarding use of punchboards, baseball tickers and pinball machines on which cash or merchandise prizes are awarded. Murry's opinion said the revenue commissioner "has authority to Investigate each case and upon such investigation to determine whether or . not gambling is being carried on." Arkansas laws prohibit holders of alcoholic bevel-nee permits from permitting gambling in their establishments. vacancies at the l~n institutions. Meanwhile. Ihe girls' school was reported quiet -iceiH (or the noLsy demonstration of the Watts girl. Howard Gladden, •""'tilnistrallvc assistant to the governor, said when she began screaming and kicking Ihc walls of her cell, her shoes were taken away. He said two state policemen stationer) at the school to prevent further disturbances, were told "if she breaks "'it of that cell, put her in DID YOU KNOW? expose whites and color-fasts to uncontrolled rueadjina; This weakens tabrics- vvastes money: items cottons and linens PUREX Only PUREX is made IT- thejntrafil ROMS;." S it is Uniterm- su!-!j- has Conlrol'.eJ Action. 13.75-17.00: stags'' n^-'ROo""" 11 ' 15 1 <lt>monslralit>n "' !l0r sr)IUary Cattle 2,000; calves 1,200: early trade slow on steers: few small lots about tleady to replacement Interests; heifers and mixed vearlins;s nbauL steady; cows slow and under pressure; some deals about steady at Wednesday's low close; bulls steady to 25 lower; vealcrs mostly steady; odd lots good replacement steers 20.00-22.25: medium and eood heifers and mixed yearlings 19.0026.00; cornmon and medium c-uws 14.00-15.00; catmers and ciittcn 11.00-13.T5; medium and good hulls 16.50-18.50: cutter and common bulls 14.00-16.00; good and choice. vealers 24.00-29.00: odd head 30.00; common and medium 17.00-23.00. Linen line is test for dtep sea fishing since it will nol deteriorate in salt water. confinement cell yr.stcrrtay afternoon. leading to reports that another riot was underway. Takes Emergency Action 'Irs. Cogbill was appointed by the governor as an emergency measure. The Hoard of Control of the two women's institutions which normally would name a superintendent. lacked a quorum following reslijnnt'rms of Iwo members. Mrs. Fanny Goodman resigned as supci intemlenl las week after a Saline County Grand Ji'ry Indicted her and Mrs. Carrie Toland. former heart matron, for allegedly whipping Inmate.?, cutting the hair of one cirl and placing others on bread and water diets. * The Brand jury Investigation followed the first break at the school I Aug. 14. Five girls, all later re- Keep Childhood Days i Your children never grow a day older in your snop- »hol» ... so moke certain you lake plenty of pictures now. For best results, load your camera wilh Kodak Film, and bring Ihe exposed tolls lo u» for expefl developing cmd printing. Kodak Tourist Camera, Kodet Len»-a won derfiH camera for your picture taking the year round. You'll like Ihe smart slyting and many modern operating features. Tak« Kodak 620 Films. Negatives ore 2.'A x 3'/< inches. New low prke, only $24.50, ' ' ' I Federal Tax. See i* here kx)o>. Guard's Jewelry Store Still Going on- Yes — But Not for Long! You Can Start Watching for Our Grand Re-Opening s 6 198 TOPPERS Priced Far Below Manufacturer's Cost! • GABARDINES Tins is a real snmii — hut you'll have la hurry—our quantity is Limited. The reason for this inw prhiK Is niir buyer wa» lucky enough to lie at the rJfihl iihire at the right time — mil the manufacturer gave him this close-out. Come s»e your style ... 32 and 36-in. lengths. Collars, jokes nnd back interests, 2-side packets. Some all wool. Assorted colors. TWEEDS • COVERTS NOVELTY PULLOVER SWEATERS 98 \Y> in exciting colors, eye-catching knits Slart priclnj lh»e .,«,»t ers elsewhere—you'll (i,,,i that other stores «re sellins Ihis type nf sweater for much more. A K ranrt selection of nmell.v stylcj with lovely cable slifchinjt, also >rquard trims. Every one all wool. In auorted colors. Sizes 34 to 40. 1 Boys Famous Sea Island SPORT SHIRTS Western Style With Long Sleeves 1 99 Regular '3.98 Values Girls' 80 Square f PERCALE DRESSES for back-lo-scbool 69 GRABER'S LOW PRICE- Of Fine Cotton Gabardine, Poplin or Cord Fabrics Tills shirt is ,.„! j,, s t a novrlly We., f,, r phy-thev'rr veil made M>orl shirts ll.nl ho'l) u:u.l to wear for rtrr.w-up. Of fine rot- on salKmlmes. ,,o r lin anrt rnr.l f.ihricv s.i, mt ,,n ruff; hrairt in in: !»,,_ pockrls solid colors and luo-toti,- romhinations. Mashes nil Until worry. .Some have sill cd s e b.tllons. 1 Girls Fine Knit Anklets With Transfer Top // first quality they would sell for.29c Irregulars—but hardlj noticeable. In white and pastel shades. Ruy enough now at this low prtce of lac a pair lo last this school season. In sizes- S to 10|j. 15 Pr. • FLORAL PRINTS • STRIPES • CHECKS • BOLD PLAIDS This Is one ot the loveliest assortment! er dressw you've s«n at 51.69-cotne see. There are plairt dresses with Insert »nd appliqued trim on wilsl and skirl. Many floral prints wilh ric-rac trims. Tolka dots anrt solid color combinations, wilh while yokes and col- Ian. Sites 7 to 14.
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