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PAGE TWO BLTTTHEVILLB (ARKJ COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUI,Y 22, 1940 Mrs. Gunter Hostess With Birthday Party In observance or Peggy Ruth Gunter's eighth birthday Friday, her mother, Mrs. J. E. GurHer, entertained that afternoon with a party nt their New Liberty. The 16 children spent the afternoon playing games, with prizes gciiig to Mabel Crook and Don Payne. Refreshments of. ice cream and birthday cake 'were served. Mis. burner was assisted by Mrs. Raymond Payne and Mrs. Brad £ heron. Wilsons Have Son Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson are parents of a son born Hits morniiii' at Blythcville Hospital. He bus not been named. Mrs. Wilson is the former Miss Edith Edds, daughter of Mr. unit Mis. C. E. Edds. Mr. Wilson Is a veteran of service in the Army Air Force, having been an officer with the Eighth Air Force in England Out-of-town Guests Attend Ark-Mo Picnic Wednesday for Frankfurt, Mich., to join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Klrslincr, nnd brother. Bob. The family will return the first of September. Mrs. nerrflcc Owe!) of Cleveland, Ohio, l.s guest of her brother, E. B. Thomas, 210 North Eighth, and Mrs. Thomas. She plans to be here this week . Milllcent Bradley, daughter of Mv. and Mrs. Gene E. Bradley, is spending the Summer in Piggott n.s guest of her aunt. Mrs. Ralph McNeil, and other relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Slilwell, daughters, Georjicann, Ixittle Pearl, and Sarah Bob, have returned homo after spending a 10-day vacation at Big Springs, Mo. They were accompanied by Joan Lulz. Miss Hetty Black lias returned from Carutliersville, Mo., where she spent several days with her aim',, Mrs. Roy Harper, nnd Mr. Harper. Mrs. S. F. Powell Is recovering from an operation performed Wednesday at Memphis Baptist Hospital, Mr. Powell, who accompanied her, returned borne Thursday nnd Mrs. ( Willie Powell remained with her. i Mrs. .). L. Peterson of Copper Hill. TVmi., arrived today to spend several days with her sister. Miss Annie Hood, at her homo on Burfield Road. The rand beach of Current River Mrs. Joe Roacii has returned to and the natural swimming pool was Memphis to be with her father. L. the selling for 289 Arkansas-Mis- M. Knits'.. who Is ill at Memphis sour! Power Co., employes and theirl Baptist Hospital. Another dmi'-jhlur, guests Saturday when they gath- Mrs. Herbert Giuliani, hns rotuv ;wed at the teach, near Pocahontas, cd home after spending sew,.""! for a picnic. clays there with him. Mr. Knit'/.' Employes nnd their guests, in- ! condition Is slightly improved. At The Hospitals Walla Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Edward Parker. Memphis. Charles .Edwards. Manila. , George P.tty. Cooler. Mo. William nolln. city. Homer Hughes, lit. 1. city. Mrs. B. L. Moore, Dell. Joe White. Urnugadocto, Mo. Pav Warren, city. Mrs. W. A. Stegall, city. David Kcllcy, cliy. Joseph Lee Hums, city. C. W. While, nt. 1, eily. George Ford clly. Mis. c. T. Frazler. Liixorn. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Finis Cope, Steclc. MO., n daughter last niBlit. Dismissed : Mrs. Armi> Campbell, Horners- vllle, Mo. Mrs. Clay Matthews, city. Loiidlne Downing, Morehonse, Mo. Shelby Jean Downing, Morehouse, Mp. J. E; Mlddleton, city. Vester linker, Manila. Mm. n. C. Hnlley and baby, ;lly. Jackie Nnll. city. 1'hyllis Ann Ij;wls. Uosele.nd. Ftiichel Galnes. city. Mnrjorlc liurcline, city. city. Oscex>la Society—Personal chiding n number from Blythevillc and others from the 96 Arkansas and Missouri towns the company serves, were welcomed by James Hill Bill Young is home with Mrs. Young and daughter after receiving a discharge from the Marine Corps. A veteran of l(i months Jr.. the company president, mirl service, he was last stationed at. Mrs. Hill, who recently returned Snn Diego, Cnlif., having held the home after spending two months ir rank of corporal al, the lime of his a Boston, Mass., hospital. discharge. Prior to entering service. Among the visitors for :he picnic, resumed as an annual nITair Saturday after the practice wns interrupted by the war, were David E. Grcenwell of Louisville, Ky,, Mr. Young was n toller at Farmers Bank nnd Trust Co. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rosco Crafton nnd children. Rinnona and Rosco .Jr.. left, Sunday morning for a month's houscguest, of his uncle and aunt, Irip lo Kansas City, Denver, Co.lo.: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grcenwell; Mo. and points In Arizona and Calitor- Bcrnice Owen of Cleveland. Ohio, guest of her brother, E, 11. Thomas, and Mrs. Thomas; Mrs. Nannlo Roebuck of Dallas. Texas, nnd Marion Woodall of Tyler, Tcxns, honsc- gnests of their daughter and annl, Mrs. F. E. Atkinson, nnd Mr. Atkinson. The day of sports and outdoor ae- liviUes was concluded with n supper Saturday night. Bits of NeV/s Mostjsr Personal Mr. and Mrs. Newell Brlglmm of Columbus, Miss.. were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. W. C. Leggett, and family, 400 North Fifth, and Ills mother, Mrs. N. W. Briij- ham, and family, 715 Ash, \vbc;n they accompanied home. Mrs. Brtv- ham hud been in Columbus ns the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Brigliain; another son, Aurtley Brlgham. nnd Mrs. Brighnni; and a daughter, Mrs. Nelson Myers, and Mr. Myers. M?s. Elizabeth Chism left I his afternoon for Boyle, Miss., where she will b= with her mother, Mri. E. O. Fletcher, ill at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Cow-art. Mrs. I. O. Westbrook 3f Joiner, and Mrs. M. FiUsimmons, Dll West Ash, spent yesterday In Halls, Trim., I with Lee Brandon, mid fnniUy. Mrs. George Pollock Jr., 1218 Chtcknstiwba, Is spemllng several v.ccks in Hallwood, Va. David E. Greenwell of Lonisvine. .Ky.. Is the guest here of his u:icle Paul Grcenwell. and family, ms Ash. Also guest of the Grcemvoirs during the weekend was a niece. Miss Sue Greenwell of Hiiylt. Mo., who hns returned to Cape Girar- dcau, Mo.,.where she is a student at Missouri State Teachers' Colleec for the Summer term. During the "regular term, -'she attends St. Mary's, Holy Cross, Ind. Mrs. J. Wi Smith has returned lo her home in Searcv. after visiting her sister, Mrs. Albert Underlln and family. 1100 Chickasawba. Mrs! Smith's daughters, Rosa Leo am! Ernestine, remained for a longc; visit with .the .Endcrlins.' Mr. and Mrs, Everett B. Gee nnd snn. Everett B. Jr.. Higmvay Gl North, have as their guest Mrs Gee's mother, Mrs. Willie B. Hunter of long Beach, Calif. Mrs. lltmt- cr plans to be here two weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rupert CraRo.i snd children, Mary Sue; Rupert and Pamela, have returned home, 1204 Chtckasawba, after spending three weeks on a'tour by car to Denver, . Portland, Ore., and points in California. Mrs. U. S. Branson, ItUO West Main, is the guest of her mother Mrs. W. B. Fnlierton. In Dn«ron Springs, Ky.. where she accompanied her after Mrs. Fnllertoa visited her daughter nnd family hi,-... Mrs Branson's sister, Mrs. TORI M O'Hern of Hannibal. Mo., also has been guest of the Branson famih here. Miss Nancy Kirshncr will leave iln. Mr. nnd Mrs. p. E. Atkinson. 1005 Ilearn. have ns their guest: Mrs. Atkinson's mother, Mrs. Nnn- lie Roebuck, of Dallas. Texas, and icr niece. Marion Woodall, of Tyer. Texas. Chester Rlgglns, chief yeoman" USN. Mrs. RlKgins, and Harold Porter, chief machinists' mate, spent the weekend here with Yeoman RiBSins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hiusins. 410 North Fifth, his sisler-in-law. Mrs. Enrl Low cry, and Mr. Low-cry, 511 North Fifth, and Mr.- and Mrs. Jack Turner of Osccoln. SlfUioncd In St. Louis, the two Navy men also were irnests on a fishing trip during their brief leave. Mrs. glns, who has been making her home in St. Louis while Yeoman Rlggins was stationed there, \vlll remain here with relatives until he receives his lerminal leave. Admltlcd: Mrs. Hugh Gee, city. -Mrs. Ixmnle I.edbelter, Walter Ashley, city. Jnnnlta May. Steele. Mo. Mrs. "Uuddy" Cnnri, city. Mrs. P. D. K<lwiinl». cooler. Mo. Mrs. Dave CraiB, city. CJ rover Ashley, city. OvnUy Hill, cooler. Mo. Born' to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson. city, a son this morning. [Jisnii.sscd: Mrs. Paul Ullbry, city. H. L. Camper, city. Johnnie Jacobs, Wilson. Mrs. c. W. Willie, Holland. Mo. Mrs. Willie Gurley, Huffman. Mrs. W. U. Rulledgc and b:iby. Lnxora. Jackie Lcroy Marlln. Hives, Mo. Mrs. Maltl c . White, Cooler. Mo. Memiiliis l!a|itiKl Hospital Admitted: Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenwcll. Wilson, a son. Mi-miihis St. Josriih Hospital Admit led: Mrs. Wallace I'cna. Frenchman's Bayon. Memphis Metbndist Ilnspttit Admitted: hirtty George. Osceola. Charles W. Cook, seaman first (lass, has received a discharge from the Nuvy ufter 22 months ucrvlce. Me Is now will! his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ward. Miss Ell/jibelh Balloue and Miss Marjorle Doyle are spending n '.wo weeks vaeallon in Jackson, Mo., St. Louis, Delaware. Ohio; Washington, D. C., Pittsburgh, Pa., ana paints in Virginia. In Pittsburgh, they will be guests of Miss Elhel Jean Reyn olds. Belty Jean Coleman hurt us her guests last week, Miss Betty Hutchens of Springfield, Mo., and Miss ilobhic Ilowdcn of Oakland Clly, Ind. They were classmates at Gtiif Park College. Gulfport. Miss, Miss Mary Slicn of Nashville, Tcnn., is visiting Misses Frances Danohower and Patricia Dane- Jiower. Mrs. Eva Tarver of Osceola, Mr;, Grsuly Brown tif West Memphis and Mrs. II. M. Pope of Memphis arc spending a vacation In liiloxl. Miss., and New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Gil Masttn are spending a week in Elmwood. Nebr., wilh their diuighler, Mrs. John Albers, and Mr. Alljcrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applebaum anrl daughter. Pearl Anne, and Miss •Shirley Herk.son, left yeslcrday for Yaicoo Citj 1 , Miss., where they will visit for a few days with Mrs. Annie Applebaum. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell and Mrs. Hugh Hughey have returned home after a month's visit in Goose Creel;. Texas, with Mrs. Thud Felton and family. Mrs. J. W. Dooley has returned lo her home in Chattanooga, Tenn. "Scandals" Producer Faces Hit-Run Charges SAN DIEGO. Calif., July 22. <UP> —George White, 5C, Broadway and Hollywood showman whose "Scandals" started many a chorine on the ladder to success, will be arraigned tcday on negligent homicide and lilt-run chorges arising from the deaths of n couple on their wedding day. The white-haired bachelor w;>.s arrested by the California Highway Palrol yesterday and released from juil on $2,000 ball after his expensive sedan allegedly ran down Claude McLester Lee. 42, Santa Ana. Calif., nnd his 18-year-old bride. Witnesses said the couple, married Saturday In TlaJuana. Mo>:., were struck as they crossed the highway at solana Beach, 30 miles north of here, a few hours after their wedding. Highway patrolmen said Lee was killed Instantly, and his wife died several hours later. The death car was said to have slowed briefry then speeded up' an<] headed toward San Diego. Whltf. said ho was not aware that his car had struck anyone and was astonished when ofllcors stopped him. He blamed a denied Mother of Two Held as Author of Filthy Letters LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 22. (UPJ—A married woman, the mother of two young daughters, will be arraigned before U. S. Commissioner Lee Miles here this morning on a trmrgo of misuse of the mails. The charges followed a series of ob.^cenc lexers received bv Little Rock Junior College .students (luring the past school year. Police, cooperating wilh postal inspectors, said Ihc woman confessed lo willing the letters but later repudiated the confession. Officers believe she is n psychopathic case. The first of the letters were received by several jimllr college stu - ' drills last October, and Ihe .sec- jnd group about 30 days later. Police describe the 80 letters as •filthy." after spending 10 days with Mrs. W. C. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Barnes of Farmlnglon, Mo., arc the guests of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Miller. Mr. and Mrs. I.OUIC Wallers and son, and Mrs. Mclvin Speck hav^. gone to Norfork Dam, ncnr Moun- laln Home, Ark. They wore accompanied to Mnmmoth Springs by Mrs. Bctlye Nelle Starr, who will visit there with her son, Harlan Stan-. Mrs. 1). A. Cox. Mrs. Joe Cullom Jr., and son. Runny, accompanied Miss Joanne Cullom to Henderson- vllle. N. C.. where she entered Ton- A-Wandah Camp for girls. Jack Jcrnlgan of Fort Smith l.s spending the summer with Dr. nml Mrs. L. Howton. Mrs. Willie Chlsenhall nnd sor. Kenneth Cole, have returned after a two week visit In Padncali, Ky. wilh her parents, Mr. ami Mrs: Trav Glrten. Laborer Wounded While Working Near Manila MANILA, Ark., July 22. (Special! —Clifford Kent, 21, Nnvy veteran, suffered n painful injury Friday \ while culling weeds in n soy bean field nenr hero. He was wounded by another laborer when a sharp sugar cane knife knlckccl the little finger on bis left hand. The. wound wns treated at the Fox Clinic here. Local Couple Issued License in Marion A last marriage, week at Faught and Mrs Tuva boln of Blythcviilc. license was Issued Marion to G. W Conspiracy Charged CLEVELAND. July '22. (UPI— A federal grand jury today returned indictments charging five corporations and six Individuals with con- i spiracy to monopolize the mimco- Hoiichiiis. graph industry In violation of the Sheiman anti-trust act. Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. Boycc Moore hostess lo GNB Club. Read Courier News Want Ads. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:4* Show SUrt* 2:*C LISTKN TO KI.CN « a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. TOO FAT? Get SLIMMER thi 1 I? .» _fawa more tlcndcr ^ graceful figure. No txer ' cmnr. NoTaxstivts. N. drugs. Wilh Ihe sim^e AY1> L VitumnCandy Deducing Pla you don tcvtoutsr.jr meals. Marches, potatoes, meats or batter, rou timply cut them down. It's easier jY5 F> ?i Jt ^ 0 ir. id< r lki ?".( ri1 * 1 ?* fortified BROS. DRUG STOKE Last, Time Today Deadline at Dawn will. Kn^-m llnywnril ami Piuil Tonkas raraninunl News and SliorU Continuous Shewing Kvetj-rt-A MAN HAD BRICK IN HIS STOMACH FOR 10 YEARS One man recently slatod that for 10 years lie felt like he had a brick in his stomach. This feeling was due to Ihc lump of undigested food he always had inside of him. He was weak, worn out. headachy, swollen with gas ami terribly constipated. Recently he stnrtcd taking INNER-AID nnd says Hie feeling like a brick In his stomach disappeared the second day. Bowels | are regular now, gas and headaches' arc gone and he feels like a new | nan. INNER-AfD contains 12 Groat Herbs: Uiey cleanse bowels, clear :as from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. Ho don't go on sultcring! Get INNKR- AID. Sold by all drug stores here In Blyihevillc. and Wednesday Hometown Movies HOMETOWN MOVI Actual Newsree! Movies of Yourself And Your Friends -SEE- Jaycees Beauty Pageant Movies of Shopping Crowds Sunday Crowd at Swimming Pool Playground Scenes at Walker Park Aerial Scenes of Blythevillc Public Buildings and Institutions Sunday Afternoon on Ash Street Industrial Scenes—Street Scenes A Complete Story of Blytheville on the Screen —Movies of People and Places You Know! ! ! Box Office Opens at 11:00 A.M. ender anil broken headlight on his .sedan to n cureless parkins; ittenclant at Inglcirood. Calif., site >f Hollywoucl Park race track. SKIN SUCCESS SOAP arid OJNTMENT KLEENEX . .. GREETING CARDS for Kvcry Occasion TOT SHOP Phon« 2308 105 South Stcond Matinees Sat. & Snn. Only Box Off!re Opens G:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Rosy. Last Time Today Thin Man Goes Home with William I'nwcll and Myrna I.oy Fox News and Selected Shorts Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE RITZ Tuesday and Wednesday July 23 & 24 it,*\B3 tmin xoatci OTOAUMI it,*\B3 tmin x O. LOrVKftLL' J»m tiiscf »iuu. Continuous showing CTCTJ day Notice to All Our Patrons CALOWELL BEAUTY SHOP Will Close Sat. July 20th Watch- This Paper for Further Notice of Our Opening at Our New Location— 211H. Second St. Phone 2592 KENT TAYLOR-VIRGINIA GREY UNI (SAMS • MIL9URK SlOfti OiliST XDR1GH • ICHN UHl :-£•>_.. toi*vfr"\ evilftK any I chiltinj ttnxtnt* rtkcrt iw*»pt to on omaiirrg ciimoiH Paramoon' ' \ "«*NILS ASTHER HELEN WALKER Another "From Me to You Letter" trom Harry Fritzius. THEHK ARE WORSE THINGS THAN INFLATION Strangely, there Is more hesitancy in the minds of our people and our law-makers, as to the necessity of retaining the rccenrly deceased OPA than your writer has been In connection wilh a national Issue In many n day. Even many of our great newspapers seem to be waiting to see Just what WfLL happen during the present Intermission. Today we are swayed by reports that generally the line is being held, tomorrow we take qulcf. ularni because u mere handful out of thousands has hiked the price of a critical item beyond a reasonable figure. We are making a (jullo natural but a dangerous mlstak.) by judKine superficially an issue that is of the utmost Importance and in which the danger is so great that It could easily spell itie end of free enterprise, personal Initiative and American industry. You say those are pretty strong words? Perhaps they are, but there has been more misleading propaganda used to bway t!n> American people's mtnds away from the real Issues at stake, propaganda coming from the highest sources, than has been spewed forth on any other important issue since the close of the war! In al) seriousness. I beg of you that you will study thoughtfully, seriously and with an open mind the following facts. These f.icis are not given lightly nor because of any pet peeve. I giVL 1 !h-.'m to yon out of a deep sense of danger and of my duty as a loyal American. 1. OPA was ci'cated for one and only one purpose. To serve as a war time EMERGENCY MEASURE. OPA was established for the sole purpose of channeling every national resource into its production and proper distribution for the SUCCESSFUL PROSECUTION OF WAR! 2. The men who created OPA, realizing the possibility of just what is now happening, (Ihe reluctance of those in power and of selfish outside, interests, to relinquish an instrument so mnvevrnl that it amounted to absolute dictatorial power over all American Industry) put a limitation clause into the bill. It was to be retained. NOT MORE THAN SIX MONTHS AFTER THE CESSATION OP THE WAR! :i. An instrument such as the OPA. In Ihe hands of any oo- lilical party in office, conslitutes a weapon, no less effective and. powerful than any used by Fascist and Communistic governments of other nations. At the same time it constitutes a bnvgnuriug lool. powerful enough to perpetuate its wielders' tenure in office so long as il exists! •I. THINK ON THIS PARAGRAPH CAREFULLY. Organized labor seeks it's retention. They arc even now using outright "legal" blackmail, that is, threatening to tie up Industry by striking for still higher wages, unless Congress obeys their order, caning for the reinstatement of the old OPAI - -" - Here is the paradox - - Organized labor, by forcing excessive wages; in a. lime of Nallonal crisis has forced prices up IN SPITE of OPA. Now they demand that the OPA be retained, in order that Ihe government may force the makers, and .sellers, (and especially the retailers) to absorb this Increased cost of production, (caused, mind you, by labor's own untimely demands) regardless of industries' ability lo do so. In other words, as distasteful as the word may be to these labor organizations, they seek to create a "rackel" with the aid of government, which will force the American business man lo sacrifice his just profits to their unjust demands, and to rob American Industry of the very incentive which has, in the past, made America the world's greatest industrial nation. 5. Say what you may,- the ugly fact remains that with OPA in operation, Ihe business men of America are NO LONGER FREE MEN. - - - They are. as they have been since it's inception, subject to every whim and caprice of a small group of men, mnny of them well meaning, but many Ignorant of the needs and problems of commerce and in many other cases attentive to the voice of "POWER" and especially to Ihe voice of PARTY POLITICS. Wilh OPA, American Industry becomes in peacetime, (he pawn uf Political Parties, - - - parties influenced and often "bossed" by Schecminn Labor-Leaders, unmindful of the real needs of industry, but very attentive to their own agrandizement. Under this Communistic and un-American combination, industry has no recourse and because of it's minority of numbers is helpless in Ihe face of such organizations as CIO and CIO's PAC, Ihe AF of I, and others with their vast numbers of voters and their organized collusion with Political Powers. C. In the end one can see only disaster and chaos for both Industry and Labor, because: (a> The incentive of industry is PROFIT, (b) Successful industry means EXPANSION, PLENTIFUL thus LOWER PRICED MERCHANDISE, (c) INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY through FAIR PjyjFITS brings INCREASED EMPLOYMENT pins HIGHER WAGES brought about through a NORMAL PROCESS, (d) Under these conditions there could be only temporary inflation and only slight deflation and depression, (e) Real and disastrous inflation is brought about, not by a shortage of certain critical merchandise, where THE RAW MATERIALS. MANUFACTURING MACHINERY, TOOLS. AND SKILLED LABOR IS PLENTIFUL AND WHERE ONLY COOPERATION IS NECESSARY FOR THE.CHANGE OVER PROM WAR TO PEACETIME PRODUCTION. NO! REAL INFLATION AND SUBSEQUENT DEPRESSION IS PRODUCED ONLY IN THOSE COUNTRIES WHERE THERE IS NOT ONLY A SHORTAGE OF VITAL NECESSITIES, BUT WHERE THAT NATION'S RESOURCES AND ABILITY TO CORRECT THIS SHORTAGE HAS BEEN PERMANENTLY IMPAIRED. In other words - - TRUE AND DISASTROUS INFLATION IS POSSIBLE ONLY WHEN THE NATION HAS NO RAW MATERIALS, NO MACHINERY, NO TOOLS AND NO SKILLED LABOR! This is what is happening in those European and Asiatic nations to which Mr. Truman points a fearful finger each time he propagandizes for OPA's retention, attempting thereby to stampede the people, into .selling their birthright for a mess of — - pure and unadulterated Communism! (I do believe that Mr. Truman realizes this sordid fact, but rather that he is too easily influenced by his "friends" and advisers at a time when he should study the question through nnd formulate his own opinions. Also it is my personal opinion that Mr. Truman puts too high a valuation upon party needs and too little upon his oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States and to administer to the needs of the whole nation rather than that of a favored and powerful few.) Remove the first premise—ATTRACTIVE PROFITS. - - REMOVE AMERICA'S INDUSTRIAL "BRAINS" BY TAKING FROM THEM THE INITIATIVE WHICH HAS IN THE PAST' MADE AMERICA GREAT. - - REMOVE THE SMALL MERCHANT BY RUTHLESS SLASHING OF HIS PROFITS IN ORDER TO APPEASE ORGANIZED LABOR. - - REMOVE THE MERCHANT'S OPPORTUNITY OF' USING HIS NATIVE SHREWDNESS IN BUYING AS WELL AS IN SELLING. - - IN OTHER WORDS. MAKE OF HIM AN AUTOMATUM WHOSE ONLY NEED FOR SHREWDNESS IS THE NEED TO BE ABLE TO DIGEST A SHEAF OF O.P.A. REGULATIONS. YES. REMOVE ALL THESE AND AMERICA, WITHIN A DECADE WILL CEASE TO BE AMERICA. LABOR WILL FIND TO IT'S CHAGRIN THAT UNLESS IT WANTS ANOTHER COMMUNISTIC RUSSIA OR ABSOLUTE CHAOS, IT MUST WALK, AS IN THE PAST. HAND IN HAND WITH IT'S EMPLOYER, MAKING HIS PROBLEMS LABOR'S PROBLEMS, BENEFITING FROM THEIR EMPLOYER'S SUCCESS, STANDING STAUNCHLY BY HIS SIDE IN HIS FAILURES, WALKING WITH HIM AS A PARTNER, NOT AS HIS NATURAL ENEMY, AND GIVING HIM, ABOVE ALL AN HONEST DAY'S WORK FOR AN HONEST DAY'S PAY. - - LABOR WILL LEARN THAT "TO HATE THE BOSS" IS NOT A VIRTUE. BUT AN ECONOMICAL SIN! THEY WILL LEARN THAT THE LIST OF FOREIGN NAMES APPEARING AS DIRECTORS OF THEIR RESPECTIVE ORGANIZATIONS ARE NOT THEIR BEST FRIENDS BUT THAT THESE MEN ARE USING THEM AS STEPPING STONES TO PERSONAL POWER AND IN MANY CASES TO SECRET AND UNAMERICAN AMBITIONS. THEY WILL LEARN THAT AFTER ALL IS SAID AND DONE. THEIR BEST FRIEND IS THE "BOSS" HARASSED, WORRIED, TIRED OVERWORKED, (There is no eight hour day for him.) AS HE IS. HE STILL STANDS THE BEST EXAMPLE OF STAUNCH. LOYAL AMERICANISM. - - - WHO ON THE WHOLE. DESERVES THEIR LOYAL SUPPORT AND WILL REACT TO LOYALTY IN A SURPRISINGLY BENEFICIAL MANNER. G. Last but not least please bear in mind Ibis absolute fact: If not now. someday In the future, unless America cea.scs to he OUR AMERICA, there will have to bo an end to government control of industry. The selfsame problems which must be met now will have to IK met then, - - be It 5. 10, or 20 years hence; the only dilTcrcnce being, that the longer government controls remain in effect, Ihe more dire the aftermath; Ihe harder to unseat the machines b\\llt to perpetuate this control. The tune to act is NOW! 7. Give the American business man back his business! Let him. with his workers Work out his own salvation! He has always been equal lo the occasion. He will not fail you now I FRITZIUS "Always Something New" 2017 W. Main Telephone 3457 Rend Tuesday's Paper for List of Frilzlns Special Values.

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