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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.T COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY 22, 194G Mrs. Gunter Hostess •With Birthday Party In observance of Peggy Ruth Gunlcr's eighth birthday Friday, her mother, Mrs. J; E. Quitter, entertained that afternoon wtth a party at their home In New Liberty. The 16 children spent the afternoon playing games, with prizes Being to Mabel Ciwok and Don Payne. Refreshments of ice cream and birthday cake were served. Mrs. burner was assisted by Mrs. Raymond Payne nnd Mrs. Brail £heron. Wilsons Have Son Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson are parents of a son born this inornlnf! at Blytheville Hospital. He lias not been named. Mrs. Wilson Is the former Miss Edith Eiltls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Edrts. Mv. Wilson is ;\ veteran of service in the Army Air Force, having been an officer with the Eighth Air Force In England. Wednesday for Frankfurt. Mich., to Join her parents, Mr. und Mrs. R. P. Klrshner, and brother. Bob. The family will return the first o( September. Mrs. Berrtlce Owci) of Cleveland, Ohio, is guest of her brother, E. B. Thomas, 216 North Eighth, nnd Mrs. Thomas. She plans to be here Urn week. Milllccnl nrndley. daughter of Mv. and Mrs. Gene E. Bradley, Is spending the Summer In PiggoU as guest of kifr aunt. Mrs. Halph McNeil, nmr-oihcr relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Stllwcll. daughters. Grorgeann, l.ottle Pearl, nnd Sarah Bob, hnvo returned homo aflcj' spending a 10-day vacation at Big Springs. Mo. They \vere accompanied by -loan I.nt'/. Miss Brtty Black has returned from Caruthcrsville, Mo., where she spent several clays with her aunt, Mrs. Roy Harper, and Mr. Harper. Mrs. S. P. Powell i.s recovering from an operation performed Wed- At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Edward Parker. Memphis. Charles .Edwards. Manila. , George Paly. Cooler, Mo, William liolin. city. Homer Hughes, 1U. 1, city. Mrs. 13. L. Moore, Deli. Joe White, Braggadocio. Mo. >*«v Wnrrcn. city. Mrs. w. A. slcgall, city. Uavid Kelley. city. Joseph Lee Burns, city. C. W. White, lit. 1, city. George Ford. city. Mrs. c. T. KraKlcr. Luxora, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Finis cope. Steele. Mo., n daughter last night. Dismissed: Mrs. Arni]> Campbell, Ilornm'.s- vllle, Mo. Mrs. Clay Matthews, city. Loudine Downing, Morehouse, Mo. Shelby Je;ui Downing, M«re- lesdny at Memphis Baptist Hos- llollso -. MQ. IJital. Mr. Powell, who accimip;ml«l J - E - Mltldlcton, Out-of-town Guests Attend Ark-Mo Pknic The EBiicl bench of Current River and the natural swimming pool was! Memphis '" be with her fallier. !L the setting for 289 Arkansas-Mis- |M. Knit/, who Is 111 at Memphis sonri Power Co., employes and (heir Baptist Hospital. Another dan^hler. pit her. returned home Thursday am! Mrs., Willie Povvnll reniiiined with her. . Mrs. .1. L. Peterson of Copper Hill, TiMin.. arrived today lo spend several days with her sister. Miss Anglo Hood, at her home on Hnr- field Road. Mrs. Joe Roach has returned to £ Osctx>la Society—Personal Mother of Two guests Saturday when they gath- ereo at the beach, near Pocahonlas, for n picnic. F,mp!oycs nnd their Mi's. Herbert Graham, has relurn- chwiing n number from Blythcvillc nnd others from the 90 Arkansas and Missouri towns the company serves, were welcomed by James Hill Jr.. the company president, nnrl cd home after spending Reveal days there with him. Mr. Krutx' guests, In-' condition Is slightly improved, Bill Young Is home with Mrs. Young and daughter after receiving a discharge from the Mar!ni: Corps. A veteran of 1C months :ervlce. he was lasl stationed at Mrs. Hill, who recently returned San Dlcgo, Calif., having held the home after spending two months in rank of corporal at the time of his a Boston, Mass., hospital. discharge. Prior to entering service. Among the visitors for the pic- Mr. Young was n teller at Farmers nic, resinned as an annual allaii- Bank nnd Trust Co. Saturday after the practice was j Mr. and Mrs. Roseo Crafton and interrupted by the war. were David I children. Ramoiiu and Rusco Jr., E. Grcenwell of Louisville, Ky., left Sunday morning for a month's houseguest of his uncle and aunt,, trip lo Knnsa.s city. Denver. Co.lo.: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grcenwell; Mn. and points in Arizona nnd Cnllfor- Bcrnice Owen of Cleveland. Ohio, [nln. gtiest of her brother. E. B. Thomas, and Mrs. Thomas; Mrs. Nannie Roebuck of Dallas, Texas, nnd Marion Woodall of Tyler, Texas, house- guests of their daughter and aunt, Mrs. P. E. Atkinson, and Mr. Atkinson. The day of sports nnd outdoor activities was concluded with a supper Saturday night. Bits of News Personal Mr. nnd Mrs. Newell Brighnm of Columbus, Miss., were weekend Biiests of her mother. Mrs. W. C. Leggett. and family, 406 North Fifth, nnd his mother, Mrs. N. W. flriir- ham, nnd family, -715 Ash, whom they accompanied home. Mrs. IJriv- ham hat! been in Columbus ns the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Brigham; another son, Audley Brigham. nnd Mrs. Brishnnj; and a daughter, Mrs. Nelson Myers, and Mr. Myers. MTs. Elizabeth Chism left Ilils afternoon for Boyle, Miss., where she will be with her mother, Mrs. E. O Fletcher, 111 at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. c. Cowart. Mrs. I. O. Westbrook ol Joiner, ftnd Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons, 311 West Ash, spent yesterday in Halls, Tenn,, | with Lee Brandon, mid family. Mrs. George Pollock Jr., 121S Chickasawbu, is spending several weeks in Hhllwood, Vn. David E. Greenwell of Louisville, .Ky.. is the guest here of his mete. Paul Greenwell, and famiiy, ms Ash. Also guest of the Greenwcil's during the weekend was a niece. Miss Sue Greenwell of Hnyti, Mo., who has returned to Cape Girnr- deau. Mo., .where she is a .student at Missouri State Teachers' College for the Summer term. Dunne the rccn- lar term, she attends St. Mary's, Holy Cross, 'ind. Mrs. J. W. Smith has returned to her home in Searcv. after visiting her sister, Mrs. Albert Enrtcilln and family, 1100 Chickasawba. Mrs Smith's daughters, Rosa Leo am Ernestine, remained for n longc; visit with .the .Endevlins. ' Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Gee nnd svn, Everett B. Jr.. Highway C! North, have as their guest Mrs. Gee's mother, Mrs. Willie B. Hunter of Long Beach, Calif. Mrs. Hunter plans to be here two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert CrnRo.i and children, Mary Sue; Rupert and Pamela, have returned home. 1201 Chicfcasawba, after spending three weeks on a'tour by car to Denve . Portland, Ore., and points in California. Mrs. U. S. Branson, 1100 West Main, Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. W. B. Fnllerton. in Dawron Springs, Ky_ where she accompanied her after Mrs. Pnllerton visited her daughter and family hii-j. Mrs Branson's sister, Mrs. Tom M O'Hern of Hannibal, Mo., also has Jieen guest of the Branson fann'K Miss Nancy , Kirshner will leave Mr. nnd Mrs. F. K. Atkinson. 1005 llearn. have us their guesl.s Mrs. Atkinson's mother, Mrs. Nannie Roebuck, of Dnllns. Texas, and her niece. Marlon Woodall, of Tyler. Texas. Chester Rlgglns, chief yeoman" USN, Mrs. Rigging, nnd Harold Porter, chief machinists' ninle. spent the weekend here with Yeoman RigRins 1 parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Riesins. 410 North Fifth, his sister-in-law. Mrs. Ear! Lowery, nnd Mr. Lowery, Gil North Fifth, nnd Mr.- and Mrs. Jack Turner of Osccoln. Stationed in St. Louis, the two Navy men nUo were Ruests on n fishing trip during their brief leave. Mrs. Kts- gins, who has been making her home In St. Louis while Yeoman Rlgglus was stationed there, will remain here with relatives until he receives his terminal leave. city. Vestcr linker, Manila. Mrs. B. C. Bailey nnd baby, 2l Jackie Nail, city. Phyllis Ann Lewis. Roselr.ud. Rachel Gaines. city. Marjorle Ilindine, city. Illyllu villc Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Hugh Gee, city. Mrs. Lonnie Lcdbetlcr, city. Waller Ashley, city. Juanlla May, Steele, Mo. Mrs. "Buddy" Onnn, city! Mrs. p. D. Edwards. Cooler. Mo. Mrs. Dave Craig, city. Grover Ashley, city. Grady Hill, cooler. Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson, city, a son Hits morning. Jismlsscd: Mrs. Paul liilbry, city. R. L. Camper, city. Johnnie Jacobs. Wilson. Mrs. c:. W. White, Holland. Mo. Mrs. Willie Gurley. Huffman. Mrs. w. Jl. Rutledge and baby. Luxorn. Jackie Leroy Martin, Rives, Mo. Mrs. Mattio While, Cooler. Mo. Memphis Miiiitisl Hospital Admitted: Horn lo Mr. nnd Mrs. A. !. Greenwell. Wilson, n son. M<-m]ihis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Wallace I'ena. Frenchman's layon. Memphis MrllinilUt Ilos]lll:il Admitted: Shirley George. Osceola. Cluules W. Cook, seaman first class, has received a discharge from the Navy after 22 months service. He Is now with Ills parents, Mr., and Mrs. A. R Ward. Miss Elizabeth Ballouc and Mlsa Marjorle Doyle are spending a two weeks vacation In Jackson, Mo,, St. Louis, Delaware. Ohio; Washington, D. C., Pittsburgh, Pa., ana points in Virginia. In Pittsburgh, they will be guests of Miss Ethel Jean Reynolds. Miss Betty Jean Coleman had us her guests last week, Miss Belly Hutchens of Springfield, Mo., and Miss ilobbie Howden of Oakland City. Iiul. They were classmates at Gulf Pnrk College, Gwlfport. Miss. Miss Mary Shea of Nashville, Tenn., Is visiting Misses Frances Danehowor and Patricia Danehower. Mrs. Eva Tnrver of Osceola, Mnt. Grady llrown of West Memphis nnd Mrs. II. M. Ptjpc of Memphis are .spi'tidlng i\ vncnlion in Tllloxl, Miss., nnd New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Gil Mastln su-2 ipendlng n week in F.lmwoocl. Nehr., with their daughter, Mrs. John Ai- bers. and Mr. Albers. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applebaum nnd daughter. Pearl Anne, and Miss Shirley lierkson, left yesterday- for Yn/oo City. Miss., where they will visit for a few days with Mrs. Annie Applehanm. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell nnd Mrs. Hugh Hnghey have returned home after a month's visit In C5oo.se Creel;, Texas, with Mrs, Thad Felton and family. Mrs. J. W. Dooley has rcLurnn o her home In Chuttanor>gii, Tenn. 'Scandals" Producer Faces Hit-Run Charges JAN DIEGO, Calif., July 22. (UP) _ —Gcorne White. 50. Broadway and I r\f hi fnV I i Hollywood showman whose "Scan- nniy i- dnls" stalled many a chorine on the ladder to success, will be arraigned tcdny on negligent homicide and hit-run charges arising from the deaths of a couple on their wedding day, The white-haired bachelor was arrested by the California Highway Patrol yesterday and released from Jail on $2.000 bail after his expensive sedan allegedly ran down Claude McLester Lee. 42, Santa Ana. Ciillf., and his 18-year-old bride. Witnesses said tne r.ouple, irtai-- rlecl Saturday In TlaJuana. Mex.. were struck ns 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, nnd his wife diet! several hours later. The dcatli ear was said to have slowed briefly then speeded np and headed toward San Dlcgo. Whit,, said he was not aware that his car had struck anyone and was astonished when officers .lopped him. He blamed n dented LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 22, (UP)—A married woman, the mother of two young daughters, will be arraigned before U. S. Commissioner Leo Miles here this morning on a marge of misuse of Ihe mails. The charges followed a series of obwenc tellers received by Little Rock Junior College students dining Hie past school year. Police, cooperating with postal inspectors, said the woman confessed to writing the letters but Inter repudiated the confession. Officers believe she is a psycho- I pathic ease. The first of the letters were re- ' celved by several jnniir college students lust October, and the sec- ind group about 30 days later. Police describe the 30 letters as filthy." liter spending 10 days with Mrs. W. C. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Barnes of Fnrinington. Mo., are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Walters and rum, and Mrs. Melvin Speck have gone to Norfork Darn, near Mountain Home, Ark. They were accompanied to Mammoth Springs by Mrs. Ilettye Ncllc Starr, who will visit there with her son, Harlan Starr. Mrs. n. A. Cox, Mrs. Joe Ciillom Jr., and son. Ranny, accompanied Miss Joanne Cullom to H«nderson- ville, N. C., where she entered Ton- A-Wandah Camp for girls. Jack Jernlgnn of Fort Smith I.s spending the summer with Dr. and Mrs. I-. Howton. Mrs. Willie Chlsenhall ami son Kenneth Cole, have returned after a two week visit in Paducah. Ky. witli her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs Trav Olrten. Laborer Wounded Wfii/c Working Near Manila MANILA. Ark., July 22. (Special! —Clifford Kent, 21, Navy veteran, suffered n painful Injury Friday | while cutting weeds in n .soy bean field near here. lie was wounded by another laborer when n shnrp sugar caiie knife knicked the litllo I flnyer on his left hand. The wound was treated at the Pox Clinic here. Local Couple Issued License in Marion A marriage license was issued In.st week nt Marion to G. W. Faught and Mrs. Tnvn Hoiichins, botti of Hlythcville. Conspiracy Charged CLEVELAND, July 22. (UP)—A cdcrnl grand Jury today returned ndictments charging live corporn- ions and six Individuals with conspiracy to monopolize the nn'mco- ;rnph industry in Violation ot" the hc'iinnn anti-trust act. Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. Boycc Moore hoslcss lo GN3 Club. Rend Courier News Want Ads. -onlinuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:4» She* Start* 2:410 LISTEN TO KLCN »:»» a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.BU V TOO FAT? tet SUIUIEB thi awa more ilcnder * ' rractlirf firart. No cicr clainr. No laia(ive». Nc *TW>. With Ihe Smpir A YDS VtUunin you don't cut out any mrata. •Urehn, petatoe*. mats or butter, you Hmtfy cut them down. U'« »[«3« r°>' «>}OT ddkioui <Tilu>in toe AYDScaortytxWmeihi.Ali^liitrtySaT - toctiSed Absolutely hanNkM. KIRBY BROS DRUG STORE Last Time Today Deadline at Dawn willi Susan Hnywnrd anil I'nul I.ukns Paramount News ami Short* Continuous Showing Ivveryrtay MAN HAD BRICK IN HIS STOMACH FOR 10 YEARS One man recently stntwl that for 10 years he felt like he had a brick In his stomach. This feeling was (Hie to the lump of undigested food he always had inside of him. He was weak, worn out, headachy, swollen with gas nnd terribly constipated. Recently he slurted taking INNER-AfD and says the feeling like a brick in his stomach disappeared the second day. Bow'is ] are regular now, gas and headaches' nre gone nnd he feels like a new' man. j INNER-AID contains in Gr?nt Herbs; they clennsc bowels. cle:>: gas from stomach, act. on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't BO on suflering! Get INNER- AID. Sold uy all drug stores here in Blythcvillc. Tuesday and Wednesday Hometown Movies HOMETOWN MOVIES Actual News reel Movies of Yourself And Your Friends -SEE- Jaycccs Beauty Pageant Movies of Shopping Crowds Sunday Crowd at Swimming Pool Playground Scenes at Walker Park Aerial Scenes of Blytheville 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. coder and broken headlight on its .sedan lo a careless parking ittcndaiu at Inslctvood. Calif., .site if Hollywood Park race truck. RITZ Tuesday and Wednesday July 23 & 24 1 JOAW .ROBERT MIEMM /"N "7 (*i A I/ A I I tC^V'5 EVlMll flORlOV S.Z.SAKAlli»"tt, S Hc,..,n,»..«< Notice to All Our Patrons CALOWELL BEAUTY SHOP Will Close Sat. July 20th Wafch- This Paper for Further Notice of Our Opening at Our New Location— 21 IN. Second St. SKIN SUCCESS SOAP and OUTWENT (KLEENEX . . . GREETING CARDS for Kvcry Occasion TOT SHOP Phone 2308 105 South Second Matinees Sat. * Son. Only Box OlTicc Opens 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Eicept Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday id the ROXT. Last Time Today Thin Man Goes Home wilh William Powell and Myrnu l.ny Fox N'cws and Selected Shnrls Tuesday anil Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE KENT TAYIOR-VIRGINIA GREV IM[ ADAMS • KIIBURN SIM! MOT raiCH • ICBK Hill IMUS IfiSMIOCt Phone 2592 Lovethat%as Ecstacy... and «v*lforo*y to an amazing trtimoxl Ponomuwnf NILS ASTHER HELEN WALKER UMPH Another "From Me to You Letter" from Harry Fritz/us. THKRK 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 recently deceased OPA than your writer has been In connection with a national Issue In many a day. Even many of our great newspapers seem to be waiting to see Just what WILL happen during the present Intermission. Today we nre swayed by reports (hat generally the line Is being held, tomorrow we take qulel: alarm because n mere handful out of thousands lias hiked the price of a critical Item beyond a reasonable figure. We are making a quite natural but a dangerous inlstiik.; by judging superficially an Issue Iriat Is of the utmost importance nnd in which the danger Is so great that it could easily bpel! the end of free enterprise, personal Initiative and American InJii-jtry. You say those are pretty strong words? Perhaps they arc, but (here lias been more misleading propaganda used to sway Un- American people's minds away from the real Issues at stake, propaganda coming from the highest sources, than has been spewed furth on any other Important issue since the close of the war! In all seriousness, I beg of you that yon will study thoughtfully, seriously nnd with an open mind the following facts. Theso facts are not given lightly nor because of any pet peeve. I glv? them to you out of a deep sense of danger and of my duty ns a loyr.l American. 1. OPA was created for one and only one purpose. To serve as a war lime 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 i.s now happening, (the reluctance of those in power and of selfish outside interests, lo relinquish an Instrument so powerful Hint it amounted to absolute dictatorial power over till American Industry) put a limitation clause into the bill. It was to be re- lamed. NOT MORB THAN SIX MONTHS AFTER THE CESSATION OP THE WAR! 3. An instrument Mich as the OPA. in the hands of any oo- litieal party in office, constitutes a weapon, no less effective am! powerful than any used by Fascist and Communistic governments nl oilier nations. At the same time It constitutes n barg;nnin<; tool, powerful enough (.•> perpetuate its wielders' tenure in office so long as it exists! 4. THINK ON THIS PARAGRAPH CAREFULLY. Organized labor seeks it's retention. They are even now using outright "legal" blackmail, that is. threatening to tie up industry by striking for still higher wages, unless Congress obeys their order, culling for the reinstatement of the old OPA! Here is the parndox - - Organized labor, by forcing excessive wages in a time of National 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 to do so. In other words, as distasteful as the word may be to these: labor organizations, they seek to create a "racket' 1 vnth tiie nitl of government, which will force the American business man to sacrifice his just profits to their unjust demands, and to rob American Industry of the very incentive which has, in Ihe past made America the world's greatest industrial nation. S. Say what you may,—the ugly fact remains that with OPA in . operation, the business men of America are NO LONGER FREE MIHN. - - - They are, ns they have been since it's inception, subject to every whim and caprice of a small group of men, many of them well meaning, Init many ignorant of the needs mul problems of commerce and in many other cases attentive to the voice of "POWER" and especially to the voice of PARTY POLITICS. With OPA, American Industry becomes in peacetime, the pawn of Political Parties. - - - parties influenced and often "bossed" by Scheeming 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 uud because of it's minority of numbers, is helpless in the face of such organizations as CIO nnd CIO's PAC. the AF of L nnd others with their vast numliers of voters and their organized collusion with Political Powers. G. In the end one can see only disaster and chaos for both Industry and Labor, because: (al The incentive of industry is PROFIT, (b) Successful industry means EXPANSION, PLENTIFUL thus LOWER PRICED MERCHANDISE, (cl INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY through F.AIR PgCFITS brings INCREASED EMPLOYMENT plus HIGHER WAGES brought about through a NORMAL PROCESS, (d) Under these conditions there could be only temporary inflation nnd only slight dellntion and depression, fei Real and disastrous inflation is brought alxmt, not by a shortage of certain critical merchandise, where THE RAW MATERIALS. MANUFACTURING MACHINERY, TOOLS. AND SKILLED LABOR TS PLENTIFUL AND WHERE ONLY COOPERATION IS NECESSARY FOR THE.CHANGE OVER FROM WAR TO PEACETIME PRODUCTION. NO! REAL INFLATION AND SUBSEQUENT DEPRESSION IS PRODUCED ONLY fN 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. Ill other words - - TRUE AND DISASTROUS INFLATION IS POSSIBLE OMLY 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 eacli 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" ami advisers nt a time when he should study the question through nnd formulate his own opinions. Also it is my personal opminn that Mr. Truman puts too high a valuation upon party needs nnd too little upon his oath to uphold the Constitution of the Uniied States and to administer to the needs of the whole nation rather than that of n 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 CKASK 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 I .EARN THAT THE LIST OF FOREIGN NAMES APPEARING AS DIRECTORS OF THEIR RESPECTIVE ORGANIZATIONS ARK NOT THEIR BEST FRIENDS BUT THAT THESE MEN ARE USING THEM AS STEPPING STONES TO PF.RSONAL 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 tiny for him.' AS HE IS. H?: ST11.L STANDS THE BEST EXAMPLE OF STAUNCH, LOYAI, AMERICANISM. - - - WHO ON THE WHOLE, DESERVES THEIR LOYAL SUPPORT AND WILL REACT TO LOYALTY IN A SURPRISINGLY BENEFICIAL MANNER. 6. Last but not least please bear in mind this absolute fact: If not now. someday in the future, unless America ceases to be OUR AMERICA, there will have to be an end to government control of Industry. The selfsame problems which must be met now will have to be met then, - - be it 5, 10, or 20 years hence; the only difference being, that the longer government controls remain in eilcct. the more dire the aftermath; Ihe harder to unseat the machines built to perpetuate, this control. The time to act Is NOW! 7. Give the American business ninn back his business! Let him, with his workers vtork out his own salvation! He has always been equal to the occasion. He will not fall you now I FRITZIUS "Always Something Hew" 2017 W. Main Telephone 3457 Rend Tuesday's Paper for List of Fritr.lus Special Values.

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