The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1947 · Page 4
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PAGE EIGHT (AUK.) COURIER NEWS WKDNKSDAY, SKPTKMHKK 17, 1947 Marxist Ideas Hampering U.S. .NAM Chairman Tells Broadcasters of Need to Clean House ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Sept. 17. (UP)—Robert R. Wason, chairman of Ihc National Association of Man- ufactuiers, yesterday lolci American radiomen that this nation has been conquered "by the Marxist Ideologies of Europe." Wason, addressing the 25th annual convention of the National Association of 'Broadcasters, said that every phase of our economic life shows the influence of Marxism. He asked (he radio industry to help end Uiis influence by cleaning it.s own house. "The American pco|>le," Wason said, "cxpcc'j radio to clean out its remaining Communists and fellow travelers that still affect public opinion." ."It Ss'Maixism in our government," Wasou said, "that still inflates the money while its controls prevent the production of goods to make the money valid. It is Miirxist philosophy accepted by our government that forces increases of wages without requiring equivalent increases of production." One by one. Watson listed the various segments of American economic life which he said were tuint- Thcy included: The Farmer "controlled by parity prices and subsides." 'Labor "Controlled by government demands lor wage concessions at the cost of high prices to the people." Railroads "controlled by the Interstate Commerce Commission which in half a century lias destroyed their inttativc, reduced their larmins power and sold them out to labor unions." •Airlines "controlled by the Civil Aeronautical Authority which licenses air routes, grants mall subsides and sets rates for the industry." radio "controlled by wave length licenses." Watson called these government controls "a refuge ol the cowards who fear the abilities of America." Italian Troops Enter Gorizia As Italian troops entered Gorim, pro-Tito Slovenes left the lown willi Jtigcslavia flags draped on tiwir carts. Here a carl passes the new Ironlicr while Allied polire stand by. A MO rule ended for the ternary on September 15. This is the area, which hns been hotly disputed slmr the end of (he- war. (NKA Hudio-'lc!es>bolo by Leo Stoctrkcr.i ,...'•' Saftcr in Cities City streets arc safer for night driving than' country roads. In 1915,"9500 •. fatalities .occurred' on rural.highways at night, while in the cities the night death rate was 8GOO. / 3 Lugers Worth $10,600 in U. S.; Two Not Located SPOKANE:, wash. tup»—same- wherc in the country Is an ex-GI who possesses or know.s \vlint became of two world-famous platinum nnd gold-plat eel Lugcr pistols, part of a set of three which have n value of more than $10,00(1. The third aim of the set—n silver- pint cd one—Is now owned by James McClnnnhnn of Spokane,, \.\ former cotnpiiny commander in the 11 th Armored Division. | The Lugers—ono dipped in pint- . iniim, n neither [11 (jokl nnd the third In silver—belonged to Hctn- rich Krlcghoff. owner of the Luscr mnnufnctiiving plant in Sulil. Gcr- innny. KrieghoTf loved pistols, iind had tn's *jest craftsmei\ make this rare set by hfuicl. They were*found by n Ol during a house-to house search after thc 11th Division captured .Suhl. the fmnll-arms manufacturing center for the Reich. McClannhnn explained that about a month after the capture, this GI told him of his find and asked him lo accept on as :i gift. He was nfrald he wouldn't be able ro get all three hack to the U. S. Accept* Gift "Of course, I accepted." McClan- nhan said. Thc pistol, which is thc le,ist valuable of the set. has an etched a '™ 11 lwo «'•;<*•?• Tiny Plane Readied for Non-Stop World Flight DAY'ION, O.. Sept. 17. (Ul'i — Special compass and nuilo equipment was being installed here today i]i the Piper Cub in which Nelson E. Brown. Slatesvllle, N. C.. and Ted Thompson, Belle Glade, Pin., plan to start a non-stop world flight from La Guardia Field. N. Y.. in Rejoins Faculty Truman Blamed For Price Spirals Taft Hurls Charges And Takes Time Out To Study Reclamation f LOS ANGELES. Sept. 17. (UP) — en. Robcrl A. Taft, R.. O.. shirted Sunday on a tour of laud rcclama- i lion projects, taking a two-day re- spile [roin his speaking campaign aimed at- giving President Truman ' a slmre of thc blame for current high prices. I I Ills lour also gave him n re; spite from labor unionists who have picketed his meetings at Santa Cruy. and Los Angeles because he .sponsored the Tuft-Hartley labor lav,'. On a Western trip to i:auge his cliauccs oi winning the 104H GOP presidential nomination, Taft u'a.i Invited to make an air Inspection of water projects by Hie Colorado Hlvcr Board ol California. lie planned to return here late tomorrov; afler an overnight stop at Boutd«.r City, Nev. Taft will deliver a speech ut Reno. Nov.. Saturday night on I months, as a -specialist in the St. reclamation, an issue which pro-. h'/uis office. Prior to leaving Ihcj vitled a hot potato for the n?- local school faculty to take that! publican majority in Congress tlih post, he had taught vocational ag-l year. Western protests prompted a \ liculturc for about twelve years in I lo restore most of the cuts vhicn the school here, the Mouse had made in President Truman's budget request. But before his Reno speech Taft will return to Los Angeles and travel to San Francisco (or an address on ways of coping with thc picsent price situation. He already has endorsed "voluntary rationing." Turns Guns on Truman In a speech before a Republican I diictlon bills 1 Inflation. had contributed to Read courier Mews Want Ads, t *""'• •"> (i Tlie Mlnekwal typewriter c;m type 90,000 Chinese characters and can also type In Japanese, rtus- IN BOTTLES AND AT FOUNTAINS ivory h.mclle. what Is believed ,o be the family'crest of Kreighoff- tltlfl ilirhnr in ft rlnrri^r U iimimt " , O ™J ;° ua ™' It Is ,o~ nt icnte v ^ °"° » ar <£,-' <•** •« » "^ ^' 6 "™ l m c>cn lhc '-'^ h<Mrts Read Courier News Wi.nt Ads. said the tiny plane was hctnK converted into a "flying «ns _ tank" for the hop which will fol- j low the route blazed by Wiley Post, j Howard Hughes and Bill Odom. i He said the plane 1ms special I equipment to enable it to sweep , low over refueling points and snatch J gasoline and food containers means of a nylon rope. rally iast night. Taft charged President Truman with dropping price controls too soon. Tail was singl- CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. Sept. 17.—Moyd Ilarnhart, former vocational agriculture instructor in CnrulhCT.svMlc High School, has returned lo his former post in thc school faculty here. Mr. Barnhart has been with thc Veterans Ad- mhiistraliun for Ihc past 30 Mr. Barnhart replaces Enoch Tolleson. who resigned to take a vocational agriculture post with' the Missouri Department of Education. Mr. Tolleson laught in the' local school for thc past two ycarsr' Pepsi-Cola Company, I^ong Iilaiid Cily, N. Y. franchisee! linlller: I'tpri-'Jola timilint! CM. of Hlvlhevillt FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY', EXCAVATION new Republican majority showed , its strength in Congress las', January. "If it (price control) was completely canceled too soon — nncl 1 cd out, by Mr. Truman a year ORO .is i personally think il was — and if thc man most responsible for scut.- | the spiral of prices and wages could UliiB price controls. have been retarded, then the faults Mr. Truman criticized the part. | (or higher prices must rest on the TaCl played In writing the 1940 OPA j President who removed all con- extension law. But Taft recalled trok." Taft said. by last night that the President a- «e also argued that Mr. Truman's I bnndoncd price control before the two vetoes of Republican tax rc- S. J.COHEN Ctontractcn- -LYNClf>BLt)6::BlYTHEVILLE ARK. ^Phone,$646 0*42525 The Crude is the Answer to Phillips 66 Fine Motor Oils The fighting luna is one of nature's classics— and Mother Nature did a wonderful job with the crudes that go into Phillips Gb' Motor Oils, too! To our exjwrts we entrust the responsibilily of seeing that these fine crudes result in mighty line motor oils for your engine. 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