The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 11, 1947
Page 9
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THURSDAY, SlSf'TEMUKR 11, 11M7 Crisis in Europe Arrives Ahead of Schedule, Writer Soys After Making Surveys (EDITOR'S NOTE: II looks like a long, hard winter in Europe — loiiycr and liarcler IICCTUSC llic rash o[ inevitable crises ulreurty \ras breaking; out earlier than expected. Whiit the bm'Kconiiig siKiis ndil up to and augur for the winter is .sketched in tlic [oltowliit; di.spaK'ti.) BlATllliVU.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Good Any PJcico R.v WILLIAM K. HIfiGIMiOT!IAM<t— lUnitrd press Stall Correspurdcnt) LONDON. Sept. 11. (UP) — 'Great, Britain got set. totiay for new austerity shocks. France banned pleasure cars from her roaJs. Italy struggled with waves of sticks mid Leftist threats to use force a- eainst the government. Those were the plainest of the myriad signs that all Europe \vas bowing to the fact. that the crisis expected by everyone this Winter already was here ahead of time, I ami pelting \ | Every development bis and little ! spelled trouble—trouble <m a scale- lesser only than that or the war. i The milk shortage hi Uiitain and the drouth-stunted corn crop in Bulgaria, those and a host of other tokens meant misery for millions. ! III some places there were hints , of deliberate action to make it I rougher. In Italy, labor discontent K rose to the pitch of a direct attempt, by the leftism la smash to Give the Family a Treat Devil's Food Cake Thick, 2-laycr Cake covered in Creamy Devil's Food Frosting ON SAL£ SATURDAY ONLY! Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 HART'S BAKERY PAGE NINE. vton Who Posed As Governor of Oklahoma Jailed OKl.AIICMA C1TV, Kept. 11. Uf>) — A :n-year-old advfitlslnK alesmaii was held in jail loilay to ace fraud ehai'i;e.s after signing i written confes-sion that he ob- aiued $1.000 from a Dallas. Tex, ill operator by impcr.sonndiij; Oklu- >oma Gov. Hoy J. Turner. The charges were tiled »S'.i<nst Robert Henry Jones as outgrowth >f an invest inn I Ion by stale mid county authorities, wiio suld the nciuiry was conlhmini;. Jones' .•.tatemeiit admitted hq rosed as Hie Rovoriior iti n long distance telephone call to II. W. Snowden. nallus oil mim, Auar. 13. currency (hat the amount of money In circulation jumped 17 per cent. And the cost o! living soared and .soare<!. About to dive into an Ashury Park, N.J., pool, Dorothy \Vio- traski closes her oyvs and smiles in blissful, anticipation. This picture is TOO" any place on a Ihe moderate go\'ernmcni. Oi:e measure of the gravity wns the S21.dOO.COO.000 in Marshall Plan dollars the Western European counties were seeking in Pari.s. Governments of a stripe lar to the leii t>f anything the I.!ni:e<i -State:; over saw foii-.;iu tr> hold theii' ^uniiKl against groups even further to the left, — the Communists, in Prance and Italy. The Socialists' o\vn left wing in Britain cried out that their leaders had tint f4Ui:e far enough with .Socialism, and demanded more. '[he s\ver;p of tile nows carried til-cat bundles of grief in little items. I Britain's one quart of milk pel [ week -,ia.s threatened by a liioiiil , A little sronp of Yorkshire miners led a revolt against the demands for more work to get more coal to keep the country alive, and Ill-ought out 50.000. In one week Italy printed so iminh The Moscow radio hailert the success of Soviet post-war planning. Cuts in food costs in Moscow. A 10 per cent rise in i-<nvl output, Bui the r:,dio avoided givitig a measuiv iiipj stick of real prices and amounts by which to judge the reports, Tlie Germans claimed the foot! shot -lanes would be severe in the Wesicin /.ones. Sweden had more than anybody, but, wanted 300,000 tons i>l (Vieals |o make up foi ihoulh shortages of -Vi to 50 per cent. Frenchmen lost their last I livc-£»ll:m ration of gasoline, for .>lcnsuie driving, as Ilrltons had n little earlier. Premier Paul liamadir.r. Prance's icialist leader, survived a government crisis by the skin of his teeth. Communist-led organizations were crying for his head. And never had Socialist Brilain's leaders heard such a clamoring as the recent national labor conference gave them for not going far enough in Uie nationalization of industry, Britain's dollar shortage \vati scheduled to drive her further Intu her sterling shell tomorrow, when additional phrases of the government's program will be announced Political turmoil, now the nornia condition in most places, was growing worse in normally cd Hriiain. Even ;i communist mine leader. Arthur Homer, s a lack of coal this winter mlg'ni wreck the government Itself. He warned the miners thai, they hi>t belter swing their picks or los; their country's stains in thd world The; pro.spcct was lor mo:--; tic and more leftist governments That, would be the natural oui c'Hiif of failure to keep abreast 6 the shortages and to keep the |>co |.!c reasonably well satisfied vvitl their poor lot. The winter was still to. corns, and no man could :,cc where 111 game ol keeping alive from da lo day would end economical), and politically. Glass Companies face Monopoly Charges WASHINGTON, Ki'iil. 11. (UP) The Kovcrnmcnt yc.slcrdiiy ojioiied Snowdcn said the cal'.c:- <:l.i'lnird lie (Turner) iin<| i;>iliici| control of iniuliciUlon known as tlie Oklahoma Statesman which was iipoti- soritiR n vast 4-H club pnitiriiiii on 'which a $10,000 deficit liud been I Incurred. I Tlip Texan said lie offered lo buy ttdvciUsiiiK. bill Hie calUv liulKlcil on a $l,OUO contribution .s.iylim u full page In the puullcallon cost only $90 Finally. Snottden said, he' acieed to make the clotiation. Mrs. Bin Mac Hyden, publisher of tin- Oklahoma Slnlesimm was nrrcslcd by state investigators .Monilay nlKlit bill released on $1.000 Jail IXMKI. She was lo appear al thr roiuily attorney's oltlce for 'qilestluiitnt;. She claimed she paid Jones 538.50 us coinml.sM'm nml expenses lid Unit the reiiialnder siir kepi ws In ))iiyiueiil for advel tislni!. The Ktate.smnn \va.s loinietly nown as the Dlue Valley r'aiiner, whluh was ]iiib!b,lH'il lor nuiny cars by former Oov. William 11. AllaHa nilli Murray. Inn unll-lrnst diivi< against two of | the nation's top idius iiiuuilfuoUir- ers. eliiUKinit thcui with con>pli'- | iicy to iiiouopoll/.s ;!io ribor glass In> d'.iKtry. ' Named In a civil suit filed by ' t)>e Justice Uepiirlincnl in Ihe Toledo. O. l-'edei-al Couit wnv Ihe Ownes-llllnots Co,, of Tole|do ami Hie Corntni! (N, Y.) (ilass Works. i of u. 8 , mariteU. Als< ""''I wns the 'Owncs-Corn- ' He said the firms eflt*red into ins 1'ibcr Glass Corp., Toledo. | cartel agreements with principal Alloiiuy General Tom O. Clark foreign producers "In order to but- Milcl the fiber (jlass flrin was Bet Irem their monopoly In the United uj) J; lully as purt ol the alleged i Slates by dividing territories and rutisplracy. I getting exclusive rights to.patenis Clink also accused Hie companies n " d tccll » lLlal Information." . __ j of consjiitacy to keep com|x;llng •— •——— idum, Mic anil foreign products out | Read Courier News Want Adj. Here's how kig your enjoyment will be- ^ and here's how small your cost! 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