The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1947 · Page 13
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1947 __BLTTHEVTLLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Senators Against Hearing Official Lawmakers Oppose Calling Morgenthau As Witness in Probe BV KI;X CHANEV tUnlled Press Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, Nov. 20. (UP) — Senator. 1 ; rccclvctl .somewhat eooly yesterday the suggestion of Rep. d Craivford. B.. Mich., that for^Treasury Secretary Henry Mor- ithnu l>e asked to testify about wartime speculation o[ federal officials in government bonds. Several senators agreed that M. vigorous investigation should be conducted into -such .speculation. But most expressed the opinion thai further evidence -should be collected before Morgenthau is asked to appear. Ken. Homer Ferguson, R., Mich., whose War Investigating Subcommittee brought out the wartime bond buying of Maj. Gen, Bennett E. Meyers, .said the facts could be obtained from people who arc in Washington now. "I have said v*e wilt look into this matter further," Ferguson said. "But I can't see. that it i.s immediately necessary to call Mr. Morgenthau." However. Sen. Claude Pepper, D., Fla,. also a member of the war investigating committee, .said he Jthought it "would be perfectly al! "right" to seek information from Morg.cnth.au and other wartime treasury officials. He atlcicd that legislation might be "advisable." Meyers, according to testimony given Ferguson's subcommittee. hjt;ht some S-1000,000 worth of gov- e^rnent bonds by putting up only one per cent of his own money. He borrowed the remainder from banks, Meyers suid he ran a $20,03:1 investment into a profit of S90.COO. Morsnislhn.il previously branded as "an outright lie" Meyers' claim that the then treasury .secretary had told him he couldn't go wrong by purchasing bonds on margin. $70 Collar for $12 Dog Typifies How Living Costs In Paris Run PARIS (UP) — Prices? Don't, tell me about prices. The other day we bought a collar and lead for our pup Nothing fancy. Just an ordinary leash. -Several chewlngs proved. It v,as far from real leather. The price — $10. The dog hart only east. $12. Cost of living? In Paris it's all cftst und little living. Apart from the price of food, which is too fantastic lo be believed, the ordinary commodities of day-to-day ii[e are just about out of reach. The Illtlp l»x of five razor blades, for instance, costs about 25 cents. Toothpaste is as dear. Neither the blades nor the toothpaste are of good quality. A si"all '; fUtgc.inaU brush In a back-s I cl ] drug store .sells for Jl the kind [ I hey have in the five-and-ten tack home. In men's clothing pilces range from $2 for a pocket handkerchief to $14 for a felt hat of a ciimlity that, vioulri make Mr. Stetson sick. Wool socks are $3.&0; .silkk lies nearly $G. Th<> pig.skin gloves are ! nice — SB a pair. Shirts average from $.•> to $12 for ixxir quality. IVherlbarrow Needed A woman needs a wheelbarrow full of 5,000-fvanc notes lo go on a .shopping spree for herself here. 5,0ttn iram-s. being a measly 40 bucks. A shop on th { Hue de Hlvoll displays an ordinary corduroy jack- i et for a gal to to,v> over her I shoulders on a mild fall day. It's only $01. -The same number in leafier 1 sells for i2M>. H the Inrty flRuieri j she would have enough money lefi. that It would be worthwhile hav- j Ing a handbag to carry It, she could 1 get a nifty leather nirmber In a wide variety of styles and prices, I starting from $66. A good-looking but not .sensational si* blouse can be found for : $30. Nylons are strlckly black nmr- | only with legal prlce.s in legitimate stores, but milady i-an gel a pair of ; rather coarse silk stockings, guaranteed to wear practically no time i at al!l for a little under $(}. UnAmerican Probert To Visit Hollywood Again WASHINGTON, Nov. » (UP) — The. House UnAmerlcnii Activities Committee plans to send a .special subcommittee to Hollywood to "etean up" It.s Invo.stivatlon of Com. nuinism in the movie colony, it was learned today. Committee sources sulrt It &IUI has not been decided definitely when tile .subcommittee will leave lor the West Coast, nut It presumably will be after the regular session of Congress convenes In January, they said. These .sources suld the. subcommittee will question the eight so-called "ho.slile" writers and directors it did not £ct around to calling rturihR its nine-day Communlsm-ln-llolly- . wood hearings which ended tibrupl ly here on Del, 30. They said they believed the now on-lho-sj)o! hearings will "clean up the Hollywood phase of the committee's investigation of Communism al least for the time being." | There's Oil in Georgia, Searchers Insist ATLANTA, On. <U!>>—OH pros- pectois have spent M.500,000 drill- inn In Georgia during l)\t past ten years, but all 31 shafts sunk were dry. Tin vnlu attempts, however, have not rilMXHirngert prmpeolori, who h«v« slcujicrt up then drilling In this roantal slate. Tim muthein third of aeorgla. embracing 35.000 squirt miles, has titvn approved 'Or many years as a likely oil-producing territory. Prospfwtom potnt out that 131 (Mil werr rr»de before oil was struck tn Florida, mor« th»n 200 in Alabama and more than 300 In Mississippi. American World marines are JUO feM long, hnve n dlsplmvment. of 1700 tons nnd ar t , each powered by four dlesel IT sub- engines totaling <i400 horsepower. Literary Gazette Demands UN Try 'War Mongers' MOSCOW. Nov. 20 I UP I The Literary Gazette, which once compared President Truman to A- ! dolf Hitler, demanded yesterday ; that the United Nations estah- • li.'h courts for International trial ! of alleged "war incendiaries." j The Literary Gazette said the United Nations General Assembly i denunciation of war propaganda, ; based upon the charges of Deputy • Foreign Minister Andrei Vtshinsky j was public condcmnatioi. of ''in- ' cendiarie-s." but this must be sup- I plementeri by actual proceedings. Tn addition to Vlshinsky's list., the Gaxctte named a few more j "incendiaries" and said there was' a "spiritual and political' 1 corinec- i tlon hetweeiwMv. Truman and "the i enemies of peace and democracy." ' Tde "incendiaries" named by the Literary GazcUe Included Winston Churchill, John Foster Dulles. W. Averell Harrlman. William C. j ajj'Jitt. Adm. Raymond E. 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