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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1938 Europe's Question Mark Russia 1938's Big Puzzle; France Unsure of Her Value As Ally BY MILTON BRONNKa NKA Service Stall' Correspondent LONDON, Jan. 1.—Soviet Russia enters the new year as the great question mark of work! politics. Particularly perplexed is the . French government. For Prance has \ ( an alliance with Russia. Thai alli- " once does not sit too well with England and is a cause of distrust on the part of Poland. Two clher friends of France—Rumania and Yugoslavia—do not like this Franco- Russian partnership. Rumania is afraicl the Soviets may try to take Bessarabia beck. Yugoslavia—filled •with White Russian emigres—has never had any dealings with Soviet Russia. But aside from this diplomatic angle, France would give a good deal to know just what material value this Russian partner means to France In ease of trouble. Russian Progress Intrigued France When France signed her pact with Soviet Russia, all seemed fair In the military garden. The .Soviets had built up their Red Army to the point where it was Ihe largest in the world. They had one of the hlqpe.st air forces in the world. There was considerable secrecy about their navy, but it was darkly hinted they had a much bigger and more powerful submarine force than was generally believed. Furthermore, by reason of the BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Observer Says Attack Calls for Action Along Specific Lines BV ROONKV DUTCIIKll Courier News Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON, Jan. 6, — The secret New Deal program for deal- Ing with the monopoly problem iinil curbing great concentrations of financial-economic power calls for action along these lines: 1. Rewriting the anti-trust laws in the light of Supreme Court decisions which have 'made those laws unenforceable. 2. Revision o (the Federal Trade Commission statutes In such mnn- ner Hint the Supreme Court will be compelled by law to respect the FTC's findings of fact In monopoly eases. 3. Disqualifications of all Ulcntl- ly shown n disposition (o ditch anything Roosevelt wauls badly. And, finally, (here's no assurance I thai the program, even It passod lln full, would be iiuy more effective limn previous unit-trust .statutes. rhree-1'ly Motive Summing up motives behind Ilic urrcnl olllcliil outcry against "bin ' jusincss." you Imve: 1 First - Obvious 1(KI8 uud ISHOl ralltical potentialities of a trust- j justing misailc, coupled with of-! forts lo show that business—not govci uuicnl — caused the dcpres- j slon; Second — Roosevelt's belief thai government must regulate business mul not let business control I TOLL II Slllt IN 1931 ty llilrd with 18. There were 11 counlks In whicli no IralTIi: deaths were listed. They were: Ciiliioun, Carrol!, Fulton, imrcl. Mudlsou, Marlon. Ncwlon, 1'lke, Polk, Scar- iv mid Stone. "'Hie total of government, plus his belief llratjdiie to Inline iioi-ldrnts on Arkiin-: business cannot run llself — Into Anything except disaster; Thltti-llope that public ballyhoo Hgalnst high prices will drive nnuoitnml „ » killed, died accidents, the majority of! wlik'h occurred alter dark. Tin? I IH:mcs showed tlial In ^23 cuscs, mm writ 1 driving. Tin 1 figures also showed lhat -)n/~o IIT (in :; '- :l f"<"htle.s declined on htf,h- 3t3() Compared 10 'tlVUnys mid the remaining (S3 we i i QO/ killed In cllle.s luul towns. The 111 I 'JU \ Minis wi-iv :t!V mule mid 74 mulls, In rim 1 , there were while mul 52 Hegio victims. Dl'linkcn IMvllIK Illumed Last Year's Deaths Were U'JTI.K HOCK, Jan. "high prices down. Inventories tt result of trnlltc accluVnts, rcim- move (uslcr If prices go down, tills theory holds. Lower prices fov uiiildliip mntcrlals are essential to any bnlldliiK boom. And u building bourn, in turn, Is considered by many us the only altenmllve (u more fulcra! spending. Reiiiiill.iics Old Theory AllhoiiRh critics hark back highways in 1937, numbered cmisrs of (lie fiilnl i'bs (hail In 15i:tU, Chief limy w ,. ri , vivvlcd. but llio diimkon rtrlv- Albilijhl, of Ihe .slate police., luis ,.,- hrmli'd the list will) M (li'att's Lust ycur 1180 died us (l : ,lmosl one out 'ot every four u result ot tralltc uccliU'iits, com-, <.;|,, ( .,i W ns blamed for -10 doulhs pared to 41!) In tlie piecedlnt! yi'iir.; uiiiir IB UITC chnr(ji:d to cave- Tlie dcciTust- was runsklerul 10-j |, ;;i:m ss on the pnrl of drivers. Stalin is the big question mark in lite Franco-Russian pact smokes out Ihe foes who harass Ills regime. as ho Sun's Son Is Soviet Envoy various Fiv° Year plins. th° w.v Russia, unlike the "Russia of the Czars, had a large home industry, capable of manufacturing al the arms and munitions the country might need. Also In the Spanish civil war—where Russian planes, tanks and guns were tested against similar weapons- of German and Italian origin, the Soviet material had stood up well. So far, so good, Purges Indicate Weakness Within But then began the terrifying series of "purees" by special courts In Russia, followed by dozens of executions of men who had held the highest posts in the Soviet stale—executives, generals, airforce experts, munitions technicians, mine authorities, manufacliirliw superintendents, diplomats. All of them were charged with treason to the stale or with sabotage or with favoring foreign powers. The inescapable surmise was: • 1—EitnifHYiese men were' adherents of Trotzky and so eliminated to make the Stalin regime more j solid on its foundations, s 2—Or they were genuine traitors Tn either case, it revealed n slale of affairs In which the business o Soviet Russia was honeycombec with people who hated the re»ime and wished it no good. A govern ment thus menaced and harassed which seeks and finds traitors tm der every bush and In every nook and corner, is probably badly crip pled at the start. Stalin Is Key To Internal Puzzle At least, lhat is what on increas Ing number of Frenchmen tea They are -wondering whf'Jher i that next war history would no repeat itself, with Russia once mor dropping out of the contest, on more beaten from within rath than from without. The main hope of the Frenc men, who still anxiously desire the alliance, is that Stalin is really the man of steel; that he knows what he Is doing and Is setting about it with iron purpose; that when he gets through with his purge, he will have a Stallnized Russia slronger than that country has ever been in all its history. Jonesboro Office Manager Tells of Lump Sum Payment Procedure For every 85 employes In trad? commerce and Industry, one claim •:er year should, arise for a himp- ?um payment under the Social 3c- "iirily Act Joel D. Mason, acting uanfiser cf the field office of tin! ocial security board at Joiieiboro. Arkansas, said today. "According to actuarial cftimalcs •elated to the nalion as a whole there should he 250 claims in ti'.f nesboro office area." Mason atcd. "If these figures are cor-1 ct. it would indicate that there 244 persons now eligible to e claiuis in this area who have ot yet done so. Sis claims have ipe forward from this offie."." Mason • said lhat an intcnsiv •inipaign Is being inaugurated to ring to the attention of every one llglblo In the cumlics of lliis ir a the fact thul certain claims .in now be filed under the So- ir>! Security Act. (JiAims are now vlng- paid to pers-oii; in covered inpayment who became OS years jf -:ge, and to the heirs of pev- . ;i= in covered employment, who Ue before reaching the ag'} of 65. The amount is 3'b per cent of the :otal earnings in covered employments after December 31, 1930 ,ip to death or the attainment of he age of G5. Mason said one rearoi more :laims have not been filed is a cal bids by companies seeking government business. 4. A tax program which ease or remove the cori»rallon surplus profits lax as it applies to small corporations, but keep it operative for big corporations. 5. A general policy of heavy taxation of "over-sued" cor|>ora- lions, possibly with the aim of making it Impassible for holding companies to operate in interstate commerce. li. Requirement that Individual corporations doing interstate busl ness be required to have a certain number of competitors. A large Industrial corporation, for instance NRA ami Its 1'ncourngemenl monopolistic practices, current administration altitude completely repudiates Ihe old NRA theory that Industry could regulate Itself from within. NRA broke down. Anti-trust Huvs broke down long eforc the Supreme Couvt took to tself the fimcllon of deckling in idividiuil case.s whether combln- tlons In restraint of trade I'ctisoimble." The Pro's function was to lira he facts on which the court must ase iis decisions, but the cour efuseii to respect Ms findings. It now lakes four or live year ) prosecute an anil-trust ens hroiigh (he Supreme Court, an Hie government usully slurls m without much hope of wlnnint That's why It sometimes has ucc maikuble by Albright, wlio said lhat In 11)37 there iviw I5.HM mori'j| cars licensed limn In I!KIO uiul fl.- riKl.SSli more gallons ill gnsollnr wen 1 iiiiisuiiu'd, 'Ihe I'tillonuH"' ^ that of Hie llrEt 10 months of the year. More Caution Now Moloilat.s lire Ut'conilng more u fill, Albrli'lil believes. The e that Irulllc oltlcovs nci were Kiiind al nlhs. In si'VHi dculhs tlii: ill KIT vvuii found lo !x' defective l livli iilly. Unlrjhloil vehicles li.>- iiri'il In four dcnths. Rmyyadocio News Mr. and Mrs, Jack Wllkerson and daughter, Betty Jean, of Memphis, spent the holidays with Mrs. Wll- kcraon's parents, Mr.' and Mrs. • Floyd Hamlet. Mary Aim Hugman, of Caruth- crsvlIlL', spent the holidays with relatives here. Tho w. M. U. of the Baptist church was entertained with 0. social at Ihc home of Mis, P. C. Holt on January 3. Lcvl Btnginhelmcr Jr., who Is attending school In Memphis, spent (he holidays with his parents. Mr. u i ill Mrs. Ij. E. Benginhclmer. Frequent Donor of Blood Is Unable to Help Son MONTREAL, (UP) — Harry Pol- rler, 00-year-old doorman at the Royal Victoria Hospital, donor of vers 100 blood transfusions, was unable fuii'ii' to ulil his lO-ycar-oM BOH, who wis might by prohibitive taxation o other method, be prevented. some willing to accept "consent decrees under which defendants agree t Great hopes of, the Chinese nation rest upon the shoulders o! this earnest young man—Sun Fa. son of famed Sun Yat-Sen. Sun Fo reportedly has been named ambassador to Moscow as part of an arrangement which diplomatic observers believe will strengthen China's position with the Soviet government and insure Russian aid. Sun Fo is known as a leftist. from doing more than 25 per cent r some other arbitrary percentage f the business in its Industry, 'or All or Part So there ii Is. You will notice hat the program gets more radical with each point. Roosevelt is in sympathy with and may fight for part or all of this formula. It is espoused by Assistant Attorney'General Robert H. Jackson, secretary of the Interior Ickes, and other officials on the inside group — for which Jackson has been talking In his recent speeches. The administration's past sins 0 omission and commission as to monopoly suggest the possibllitj that the President may not go through with the program, al though there is a strong politlca incentive to do so, and the rcccn Jackson-Ickes speeches were made in full awareness of their political inc. Furthermore, Congress has late- abandon certain monopolistic pmc llces. More twins are being bom no iloluglsLs, studying the causes f niiltliile births, believe that In ew hundred years twin births w >c iiulte common. J'mco Hie b'.>v,lmilii3 of the earth. xviilei- IHIS been the- principal aseut In u.:l; -mulling In shaping valleys, in need of ti His blood was not the right type. "In the past IS years 1 have given my blooil for an even 100 transfusions, sill lo strangers," 1'olrler mused laconically, "nnd when my own son needed It 1 couldn't help him." Cost of crime In the United dliiles Is approximately $10,000, : 000.000 a mm ally. traveling public moru safety onsclous, lie said. Ills report said that '227 of the eutlis occurred on straight lilPtn- •ays; Ihut 2&tl futalllles occurred u pavi'd roads and that In IIM.S. the mads were in good iiilr. KlHhly persons met their lonths on curves, linlny duys i<v lays when visibility Is poor seem o lie safer for drivers, the report said. Pedestrians struck by automobiles accounted for IH. Only one death was attributed to livestock at large on highways. December was first with lit) dealhs and January with 22, was lust. Drivels of cars figuring In fatal accidents fared belter than their passengers. The figures revealed that 100 drivers were killed to I'll passengers. One horseman ,va( killed dnilnn the. year. Pnlaskl county with 32, led the «^— Hubert Utley's Service Station and Cafe 24 HOUR SERVICE Phillips "66" Gas Tax Paid All l.caillnt; llramls of Beer, Liquor, Wine, Oln and Cordials. Cigarettes, 2 Pkgs. 25c, $1.15 Carton 61— Hollnml, Mo. Kingdom of God". Wednesday was a day of prayer, with various mem- . IUI111.J »«l« • ~ -7 ft tllljvri t .. — j --, .- •-- 'alse impression in some miarteis bers ot thc C0 ngregalion praying '.hat In order to receive n lump- f or u,j r ty minute periods, making :um payment the worker mi reaci.- a cna j n O f prayers throughout tlr 'ng 65 must retire. This is not day The retirement provl-| The rev [ va ] services will be helt ! ,he case, me retirement nimi-i ,^ e revival services wn .ion applies only to monthly ben- j eacl , ( ] a y f or two weeks, •fits, payment of which will noti until January 1, • 19*1. am' iersons reaching 65 now are en- '.itled lo a lump-sum payment. Another reason many claims arc iiitstanding is that somo persons feel that there is "red-tape" 'n getting them paid "Filing n claim is very simple ind should take only a few min- Christian Church To Have Meeting Tonigh The First Christian church wi have an informal "get together tonight, instead of last night, a was announced. The singing of ol will be a feature of th Promised Land Negro School Being Erected The ne°roes of Promised Umd nre to have a new school building Work was started today on the one-room frame building, 20 by 36 feet, which is to be erected en a new site donated by the " Wilson company. The work, bcin£ done as a \\P" project, is expected to be completed In a month. There are 20 men on the job, under the supervision of Oa:ar TiNman. lore- Huffman News V A O R U E R NERVES ON EDGE? Waco, Texas—Mis- Fred Fa mil n. 16U-J l-'raiiklin Avt,, says: "My nerves were tm edge. anJ I was weak anJ upset. I had no appelile and was so miserable. AEler lalclng Dr. Pierce/s Favorite Prescription I was able to «al, gained weight, my nerves were bette- jnd I looked and tell better in every way Ask your druggist for it today. ites," said Mason, "we will be s\Ad Jj^'"" ! 'o assist anyone, and will give equally prompt attention to those .vho call in person or who write us. This service is free. It costs nothing to file a claim." The address of the Jonesboro II. V. Sewall. of Campbell, Mo. icld oftice is 309 Post Office, visited friends here Sunday. Building. Jonesboro. Arkansas. The] Mrs. Fannie Copeland. of Cooler, lonesboro area comprises the fol-i visited relatives here Monday, owing counties: Mississippi, Clay.i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rast nnd Greene, Craighead. Poinsett, Cross, son, Paul, of Osceola. * ere guests St. Francis, Lee. Woodruif, Jack- of.Mrs. Emma^Peery Sunday. If IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED STATES FOR THE JONESBORO DIVISION OP THE EASTERN DISTRICT OP OSCAR OP ARKANSAS. IN THE MATTER N inn, i*ir»»*~«v — SCOTT d/b scorr CASH GROCERY. IN BANKRUPTCY To the credllors of the above son, Lawrence, Independence, Randolph, Sharp, White, Cleburne, Van Buren Stone, Izard and Fulto. Nazarene Church Revival Meeting Is Underway The public Is invited lo the revival In progress at the First church of the Nnzarenc where the Rev. C B. Pugett, of Ashland, Ky., a national evangelist of this denomination, Is presenting the sermons, beginning each evening at 7:30l| o'clock. Mrs Billie Roy and Miss Louise Ohandler, of Blytheville, spent the week end with their families. Read me Courier NEWS want ads. | OUR COMPLETE SERVICE nsures Your Satisfaction PRESTONE RADIOS * HEATERS * DEFROSTERS TIRE CHAINS PROTECT YOUR CAR AGAINST WINTER 24 Hour Service TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Call 633 in Ihe I The Rev. Mr. Fugett used as Division nnd I his sermon last night "Faith." and District aforesaid, a' bankrupt. h's subject tonight will be "The Notice Is hereby given that on Dec. 21, 1937. the above named petitioner was duly adjudged a bankrupt, and the first meeting of the creditors will be held at my I office In the City of Jonesboro.; In said District on Jan. 14. 1938.! at 10 a.m., at which lime Ihe said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meet- Joncsbovo, Arkansas, this Jan. 938 ' F. C. MULL1NIX, Referee In Bsnkruptcy. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry at all times. 5 SAVE C MONEY AT V GAMES MKT. 118 W. Main Fhone. »3 ATTENTION, UDIES! BEGINNING FRIDAY, Jan. 7 The EAGLE SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE will offer all BEAUTY WORK at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. This work, which will be lone by students, WILL BE UNDER THE i SU- PKRV1SION OF OUR BEAUTY EXPERTS. All Work Guaranteed To Satisfy in . SchooL - Spcc i a i courses given m all lines of Beauty Culture. Eagle School of Beauty Culture Heres more pleasure Sor'38... a happier new year .. . and more pleasure for the thousands of new smokers who are finding out about Chesterfield's milder better taste. Mild ripe tobaccos and pure cigarette paper are the best ingredients a cigarette can have ... these are the things that give you more pleasure in Chesterfields. Cooper lildg. 2nd & Walnul 313 ..youttfindmm, PLEASURE /// Chesterfields milder better taste CopTri«ht 1?!8, LIKITT «t Mmi TOMCCO Co,

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