The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 8, 1948
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TUESDAY, JUNK 8, 1D48 Hitlerism Left German People A Nation of Many Moods with a Distaste for Making Decisions Ky Karl J. Johnson l'nlle.J Press Staff <.\HTespoiidfnl BERLIN, June 8. tU.F.)-After seeing the material min that Hitler- Urn led in derman cities, you begin to hrar about what' Hillertom and o*ieat »nd occupation have done to otto Schmidt Thit siwup of otto comes in Ihe mam from America newspaper families and from military government, pUp™" TheyVav. known Mm /or three years. * Otto it a composite German, not' necessarily the average man. He is * moody fellow, and Ills titti>u<*rs cover a wide range. Sometimes he is Br,TTHKYIT,LH (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS • — "0 1 -" uuuii: YIlllfA [If Ifi purposefully .servile, .sometime.! sul, len and defiant, When Otto works as a gardener '". lhe > !lrci of an American he is fairly efficient. But he complains that tne normal food ration of 1 339 calories a day makes ii impos- -MUle for him to work liar;! For heavy labor, the ration is 3.0!IO calories. He whines easily, especially U whining will get him a cup of coffee or a slice of bread from the kik-hen door. Otto hates to make his mvii decisions. He dumps his personal problems in the lap s of Use Americans. They won the war, anil mw they can do Otto's thinking for him. They must also see that lie eels food. the occupation forces, When Otto take* on a big pro- jcct like the cm-rent exhibition at, Munich covering the history of the press he does a remarkable good job. He works alone and takes pride in the r«itllts. Including Army dependents and other civilians, the American population of lhe American Zoi:e is 150.000. In tiie oanie area the German population is 17,070,000. So.(he ration of conquered to conqueror is roughly 114 to one. Double Economy Tlie conqueror lives on one economy, Otto Schmidt on another. Americans get occupation serirj which thej' use for money In their commissaries and clubs. Olio can't have occupation scrip. He must use Hcichsmarks. But, what .he can buy under rationing is so ihtic that To Speak Here _ is so „ then; is no. puiil. in trying to earn But if otto Is called as a witness more lna » enough to pay lor the it Nuernbcij, he is likely ic> spiti rationed allotment. Ipfianp*. at i.;- ... i:, i Americans who get the best .service are the ones who pay off in cigarcts or col fee. The future of defiance at his examine;- like an old-time Nazi. He has b-ien known to go to the gallows cursing American "brutality." Otto will carry your bags throuph » railroad station for three ci?a- ret.s. He will also break the wlnciow of your parked automobile to s the butts from the ashtray. , Crime Sets Fast J'acc * There were 10.884 thc-fis in Berlin in April. That is more than 10 lirncs the pre-war average Homi- the the ReichMnark is Koo uncurtain to encourage savings. A modified Jim Crow system is in effect here. At railroad stations, airports and hotels, Ger:mms and I Americans have separate washrooms i and'baths. And o! mum:- Germans j not enter American com- i Farms in ihe A::ierii?.in z\mt look ! well tended and nroducliVL'. Olio O. L. Elliott, author of "The Mis- si.silpjii Girl" mul other books and article.? eoiucrninp nice relations, will speak nt the Carter Temple K 3 p.m. Sunday, under tlie auspices [of the N'CBVO Inlcrdcnoininnti mul Ministerial Alliance. [ It was decided at a nicetniB of j Uio alliance at the Carter Temple yesterday Dial Mr. Elliott's talk would be sponsored by the alliance and the Inlerdenuminiuional Uro- thcrhood, The Rev. P. n. Jcrnigan. pastor or the Calvary Haptlst Church here l will introduce Mr. Elliott. A special section oi seats will be reserved for other white people interested in Mr. Elliott's field. Mr. i Elliott's book Wiis reviewed by Elsie Robinson for King Feature Syndicates, who said he has clearly given a picture of problem* of ihe South. Mr. Elliott is a native of Fulton County. Aik.. but at presci-l is iivins; in L.iule Rock. J 2 Paralyzed Miners to Be Rehabilitated KNOXVIliE. Tenu., June 8. rtJI't —Twelve pal-allied miners left here on a (rain last night for California where they will undergo abaut six months rehabilitation IrciUment necessary because of spinal injuries received In mine accidents. The miners' excuses arc belli:; raid by the United Mine Workers of America ISUii Welfare and Uetlrc- ment Fund. One of the miners, Jack AiuUf- son, 23. Konvlr, Ky. wns headed not only for rchnbililallon but for luni- rlnpe as well. Hazi'lHuchaiimni, 11. of Kenvir, plans to KO to Calltoriiia 10 tunny him when his treatment is over. Two of the men were placed In ihe I' cur IhrotiRli u window .since they could not so throimh the narrow entrances. All (ho men have been on Ilidr backs for sevci'nl years <« a result of their accidents underground. Hope Is Still Held For Averting of Oak Ridge Strike OAK HIOGE. Tenn., Jmi« I • (UP) —Negotiators said today that "things look very hopeful" for * settlement ol a labor dismi!« »t the Atomlu Energy National Laboratories here a.s union and company representatives resumed lallca. A no-stiike injunction against the members of the Atomic Track's and tKilwr Council, AFL,, expired nt nndnlBht. but all parties were busy conferring to head off a wulkonl. The workers turned down Ihe latest ol!«r of Ihe Carbide and CR- bon Chemical Corp.. ouorulors of the laboratory for the uoveiimient and asked a 2*-c(>nt hourly wage Instead of the 10-cenl hike that was offered, Hut 'I'. E. I^ane, company repi-e- senutlve, said that "thliids look very hopeful." He win conferring will) Federal mediator Clyde Mills and Kenneth Scott, union representative, A strike was averted in March Pint Bluff Man ,,„.„« Sponith War Veteran* HOT SPRINGS, Ark,, June «. _ (UP)—Ernest O. Harrison of f\n t Bluff today bvciuiie he»d of thei Ark»ns«s I5*i)artmeiil of Hit Unll«d Spunlsh Wur Vet«r.n.,, j He \ius elected at the tniiuil convention here yestmlRy, H T I Burr of Little Rock w* 9 «dvance<|'' to senior vice-commander, mul i Thomas Morton of Oanulcn to Jim- ! lod vlce-comtnander. • ] Mrs. Lelha McF-unn of El ix>r*do was elected president of the stal<>' mixlllary. " [ when the government obtained an W-day restraining Infunolton under Ihe emcrijciU'.v provision at the Tart-Havtloy Uiw. The 80-day pei- lod ended at midnight last night. WKPT CM p*r ECZEMA-RASH • jtnjoy Uvt "jolhl* ln d cotnlorl- • ' ile DkctMit untlMiillt- » Irrlt.llon LANDLORDS, LOOK! IF YOUK RKNT SBKMS TOO LOW OR INE- QUITAHLK, (JO TO THK RENT OFFICE AND TALK TO THK DWKCTOR NOW. C. A. CUNNINGHAM Area Rent Director There is man, and of course not evnivlhing you hear about Otto Schmidt'is unfavorable. There Is a side to him that, is enterprising, imaginative, and eager to rebuild Germany as a. democracy. No civDzalion is completely Unfortunately for Otto, his demerits crs bold '»«* black market ,tou, instead of accounting tor everything to (he German economy, as the law requires. county clei'l:: Charles Slovens of Haytl, Mo. i and Miss WiJma Poitdren" of Blv- tlieville. I Gcoree Julian Nobles ot Atlanta, I Ga.. and Miss Florence Chatt of Si. Louis, Mo. Cnvl Edwards of Collinsville, 111., and Mrs. Evelyn FCC of Dexter. Mo. Read Courier News Want Ads. Marriage Licenses ..-— „», *-ii.,mv tit i^iti L] pu; n; ty UilLl. Unfortunately for Otto, his demerits The following couples obtained get more atten ion t.,1,, Ins mem* | marriage licenses yesterdaj in the because they try^thc patience of office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, ATHLETES FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. , IN ONE HOUR, IT NOT PLEASED, your 3Sc bach Ask any druuKisl (or tills STUONt" f.insic.cio, TE-OL. Mndc with 00 per' " J i?Il° l Mn^ ENCTRA ,' rES - ""«"• e« and km. MORh term. f«.tcr. Tod.y Klrby Brothers Driiu Co. NEVER BEFORE ON AMERICA'S NEWEST. FINEST TIRES AS LOW AS $1240 PlusTav THE "U.S.'TIRE World-fomout "U. S." q «f lewvt! con! Uplo 4O% mor* mil*, than prc-wpr tir»» THAU **t-WA* U. S. ROYAL TUBES H<HO AIR 10 TIMES IONGERI ADD MILES 70 TIRE LIFE! Ask about the Low-Pressure Tire TMT FITS YOUR PRESENT WHEELS LANGSTON-WROTEN CO. Wolnuf and Broadway Phone 555 Telephone 553 GRAY'S OINJMIHT BEAUTY PAGEANT Haley Field, June 9,8 p.. m, Selecting MISS BLYTHEYILLE And MISS JUNIOR BLYTHEVILLE DANCE AT THE ARMORY by COLIE STOLTZ and his Orchestra: Contest ' Music for both - SPONSORS Applchiium's Jiedcl's Koth'rock Drti^ Slore The Tnl Shop Kirsl National Jjrtnk ('£) Rustic Inn [,nnjfsl<jn Wrolcn (!o. Camp Moultric Cropanc (,'as Co. Farmers I5ank Goody ear Service .S!or« BIytheville Witter Co. Alarlin .<;• lin.vtlslon Utihliard Furnilure Co. The Kazorlinck Wood's DruR Store Guard's Jewelry Adams Appliance Co. Owens Driitf Store R. D. Hu K he.s & Co. lien Frppklin SI ores 1'he Ne«- York Store Hudson Cleaners Mead's Kirhy Bros. Drug Store 7-Up KotthV Co. City Clenners Cora Cola Uofllhi!,'' Co. Huridlcston * Co. Fif/.pa(rick Jewelers .lim lirown Store Planters Hardware Co. KKRle Iteauly School I'epsi Cola Ulylheville Motor Co. Phillips Motor Co. I,ce Motor Sales Still & Young Motor Co. Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Co. TJeauty Clinic K. C. Robinson Lumher Co. Chamblin Sales Co. Hart's !?akery Peerless Cleaners Nu Wa Laundry Johns Cafe' The Flower Shop Ark-Mo Power Co. Pat O'Kryanl Jeweler Kenuly Uar J. C. Penney Co. Nichols Drugs Lemons Furniture Co. Noble Oi!l Agency Wade Furniture Co. Deal's Paint Store Hays Store Kitz & l?oxy Theaters City Super Market Huffman Bros. Lumber Co. Wash c ret to Sponsored By The BIytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce

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