The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1951 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 19, 1951
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PAGE BLYTMEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS CJwrcfcttf or Ant**? ConMryoWrM or SocJaffttor LaH of « More Egg, Less Utility Clothes, Cry Britons Disgruntled at Welfare State was rigid, sulky By LEON DEMNEN jusceptlble than the Conservative! old trade union leader Ernest Bevln NBA Stuff Correspondent — threatened to reduce it further. Stalin throughout LONDON— Prime Minister AU- If public opinion polls ore accur- and ifnfrlendly lea's most ardent socialistic sup- ate, the Conservatives should win Whatever changes may result porters concede that Labor has lost with a solid working majority. La- tram the Oct 25 election there will the confidence of many of Its sup- bor leaders who take a sober view be no change tn British policy in so powers. of their chances estimate that the far ni the North Atlantic Treaty "Attica promised us socialism. He Tories may receive a majority of 10 Organization Is concerned Foreign should have let us buy a few more to 20 scats. Secretary Herbert Morrison recently eggs for the kids and a decent dress Many predicted another stole- said. tor the wife," a taxi driver r Inter- mate. But few of those Interviewed T aV I^b Britain's !a,-ei,r, ,. _ Mlns . I0 .' elgn - 1L — - the present, fierce electoral duel— ls tradltf °nal «nd continuous. Short Russians, Conservative viewed in one ol London's pubs said, predicted "The workers put Attlee Into pow- tory. er and the workers will put him Taken In their sum, the draw- of fjohtlne a wnr with" out," he added. backs of lirltaln's "socialist exucri- ,i, '« • l\ imt. n • I! "You cannot help the poor by dc- ment" are more significant than It.s £rtt co Id ri n ? i wonservauvl stroying the rich Just as you cannot assets. But the Labor government £0". cond f r m]nm<i °" La ssr.^'srs.s's^ c^,r ie 5olw ac " lcvcmcnt to iu *r^™'?r *$"£*•» ^n^ne r o,n PMkCr ' n " S< ' UOt "* ! 'r ' to ° k ° f " CC lmmCdlatC »' a "- "«• ™E,-th '-t-c W war'' ,?ow A » dm the election can,- ^^^"g^"^!^ "&'" uA ,!' a "'V™*ST * ^ " "< h — ^J!~ ?^ " ~ - ^^SolfS Said Margaret TIerblson, a Labor party .stalwart, "We nro (,'olng to Prs °' Ijlll>or |M1 "'C Britons out of their pacifist dreamland into the yet with Stalin on the warpath chances ol victory. North Atlantic Treaty Organization and cadllly. "If there are no utility dresses where Tory policies are being followed I shall certainly vote for the Tories." ' ' v 'ew o' competent London obwv- 8 ° rJ ' Ba 'esmi, 8. diplomat who attended ers. Churchill has gone so fur as to ! anthropology. hi mVr conferences hint this would be his Intention. +— ir the Tones." """ lllp Russians once described Though the extremists in Im These may be reactions of dis- ^. me h . ow relaxed Stalin was with parties are far' apart there actua runtled voters. But they- Indicate ™"> ^ cl '!» ^.'"B 'he V^t, n t , t, more agreement tlian is genera Port Crippled By Strikers Longshoremen Idle Despite Leaders NEW YORK, Oct. 10 <AP>— Operations throughout a large part of the world's largest port wne crippled today as union leaders vainly asked longshoremen to «o back to work. Piers at the Brooklyn Army Base —vital fountain head for U. S. troops In Korea and In other far-flung regions of the world—were Idle. New York city officials sought to mediate the wildcat strike ol about 15,000 dockers. Leaders ol the AFL International Longshoremen's Association mailed thousands of copies of a bnek-to- work order to the insurgent dockers, terming the stoppage unlawful and telling the men to return to work. Latest count on the live-day-old walkout showed 52 piers In Manhattan and Brooklyn tied up. Scores of ships were reported idle. Insanity Problem SAN FRANCISCO 'API—The impairment of one's ability to communicate with others Is' the basic problem in Insanity, accort.'in? to a new book by two University of California professors. This distortion of communication prevents the schizophrenic, lor example, from receiving meisaues cor- recily and makes it impossible for him to evaluate the Information he receives, the bnok stales. The book, "Communication: The Social Matrix of Psychiatry", is the work of Jurgen Ruesch, associate professor of psychiatry, ami Gre- Bateson, lecturer in medical the common man's new attitude to- wird the welfare state. '| ons - tlle '(i. n both fly _i i ,-, , i ,. , - - °- —••"••••• ly.n.ii 1.1 gcncrnllv old Bolshevik Joked with assumed between the moderate ,! 01 Z I"? " cv .?, r . m ,! 5Md BI ? * ln » s of thc Labor Party and the In 1045, the' Laborltes received a °I I P° rtl 'nlty to say a friendly word Conservatives majority ol 146 seals In Parliament. w nlm Their majority wns cut to eight In ^ut at Potsdam the 1950 election. Death nnd Illness bor 's election victory in 10-15—v;hcre the cost —to which the Laborltes seem more ''" ""•* '" J ~~ ' fcnse program. Just as they agree food subsidies and the social services must he maintained. All three par- tics are united in an aim to increase production. A nationnl government achieved POCKET CARTOON by OSBERT LANCASTER "AM Voila Us joliei utility luiti anglaisct tic Min H«rbiion." 'Utility dresses sell like mad in Paris' British utilitv dresses are beat- Ing all competitors in Paris. Miss Margaret _Hcrb;son. joint Under- T.AllOIt REPORT tlial utility drrssrs were a ra^e in I'arls inspired this London neivspajH'r cartoon, nlso toui-hod off the Ire of a Piccadilly waitress. FRIDAY, OCTOBER J*, Arkansas News Brieft— Electric Controversy May Reach High Court By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LITTLE ROCK—The Arkansas Supreme Court may be asked to enter the controversy over plans ol an electric co-operative to build a steam generating plant In Northwest' Arkansas. Arkansas Electric Co-Operative Corp., yesterday obtained permission from Pulaski Circuit Judge Guy Amsler to appeal his order which impended the Arkansas Public Service Commission's approval of the AECC project. Volunteer Infantry Association Has Reunion PINE BLUFF—The First and Second Arkansas Volunteer Infantry Association will open Its 14th annual reunion here tomorrmv. The Association is composed of veterans of the First and Second Arkansas Regiments of the Spanish American War. Five Foot, Four Inch Rattlesnake Snared STUTTGART—J. p. Harrison bagged a five-foot, four inch rattle snake here this week-with the help of a truck, jack and a handful of tools. Harrison said he spotted the snake crawling across a country road near here. He tried to run over il will! his truck but the snake wiggled into a roadside ditch. He killed it with tools. Oil, Gas Commission Sets Rules for New Wells EL DORADO-Well spacing rules and daily production allowables for five new fields have been established by the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission. A change in spacing rules for another field also was approved by the commission which met, here yesterday. 'Crip' Hall Homed President of Association PHOENIX, Ariz. C. G. (Crip) Hall, Arkansas' Secretary of State has been elected president of the National .Association of Secretaries of State. Hall has been Arkansas' Secretary sine* 1937. Professor Studies 55 Embezzlers LOS ANGELES fAP)—A UCLA professor is back on campus after having spent the summer in prison. Dr. Donald R. Crcssey went voluntarily to the U.S. penitentiary, Terre Haute. Ind., to study how an embezzler gets that way. He studied and Interviewed some 55 prisoners, ranging from businessmen who hnd taken a half million dollars to a postal clerk who had pilfered 50 cents. The sociology Instructor found that "it is a chain of events beginning with a non-sharable financial problem" which starts a normally respectable person on the road to embezzlement. Police Search For Man Who Said He Killed TEXARKANA, Ark., Oct. 19. \/F)— Police today searched for a man who told a young attorney here that lie was the slayer of Charles Hlnagglo nnd Charles Gargolta. Chief of Police Max Tncketl said. "We don't know whether it's n prnnk or the real McCoy but we're going to find out." Attorney Preston Dowd snld the man, who idenlifierl himself ns Bob Costello. walked into his office yesterday nnd said he killed the Kansas City inllllcnl and gambling figures. The limn threatened to kill bowel •vnd his wile if the police got the rcpirrt before, he wanted them lo said the attorney. 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With Us crew of two unmarried women and two bachelors, the raft tied up last night on a sandbar four miles north of Plaquemine, La., about 90 n ,i )es U| , stream , rom NeK , Orleans. The crew— Skipper Mary Ellen Mcd-adr, 2-1. of Aim Arbor, Mich.; tjeraldlru! Garcia, also 24, a Boston' artist; Don Brown, also 24, a University of Michigan sociology student. and Milton Borden, 30 New Bedford, Mass., forester and 'engineer— hopes to reach here Sunday. Red Tongue BUDAPEST (AP)_The Russian language, compulsory in Hungarian schools, has broken !he "rule of the French, English mid German languages," the newspaper Magyar Nem- zet declared. It also claims that Russian is the "universal language of socialism." 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