Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on December 26, 1946 · 8
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1 - -- - --:-- - ----- V V---- I ISOPEp 1 Ttniis Evening Dec 26 1946 8-4'ORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM Army Seeks to Slop Cigaret Barter in Zone BERLIN Dec 26 — The US Army and military government were considering Thursday a recommendation to prohibit the private importation of American cigarets into Germany by occupation personnel as a drastic measure to take the country off its black market "cigaret standard" The recommendation was contained in a report made to Lt Gen Lucius D Clay deputy American military governor by a spe-' cial investigating committee It recommended that cigarets be eliminated as an item of exchange in any barter shop sponsored by the Army or military government Some members of the investigating committee which was composed of military government officials questioned whether a prohibition against cigaret importa- lions could be enacted However a military government legal offi- eer said he knew of no federal statute that would prevent it Presumably a ban on imports would include packages sent by private individuals in America to addreAces here as well as shipments from commercial firms Thousands of Americans in Germany have been receiving cigaret shipments from mail order firms Cigarets sell in the German black market at 1200 marks ($120 at the military rate of exchange) and up per carton of 200 By bartering some American families have obtained enough articles to furnish their houses Evangelists From Canada to Appear The Fox Party of Canada three! musicians and speakers will open' a series of muAleal evangelistielrTRM DISTRIBUTES Stintinv Trinrrlino tat Rpthpl a 1-a11ies Sunday morning at Bethel IL aa"5 aLl alaL"J Temple 1800 E Vickery Blvd Services will be conducted each SURPRISE BONUS night except Saturday at 7:45 p m according to Rev Charles Ft Employes of the Biscl Jones pastor at the temple Engine Works got a surpr Rev Lorne F Fox speaker and Christmas bonus Wednesit musician heads the visiting evan George F Bischof owner gelists Ile plays the piano pipe nounced he gave seven e organ Hawaiian guitar and piano ployes a total of $500 w amounts determined by lens accordion Others in the group are of service I:uth L Fox contralto soloist and speaker: and Cecil Carathers song leader and musician Illustrated musical dramas will' China to Driv presented including "Daniel ini the Lion's Den" "The Prodigal! Son" "The Good Samaritan" andl n Guerrillas The Burning of Rome" - Massachusetts Head Of Episcopalians Named Ut Episcopalians Named!surprise ployecaptured a village only seven miles north of eiping CONCORD N IL Dec 26 (1P) Thursday and provoked the goy- St Paul' s Scji°°1 annuunved on eminent into an about face in its Thursday that Dr Norman Burdett olity Nash its rector since 1939 had1 1 The Communists' unexpected at-accepted election as bishop coad-itack from the north elicited a jutor of the Episcopal Diocese oll statement from 11th war zone Massachusetts !headquarters that National troops He will succeed Rt Rev Henry! 'would begin a "country purge" to Knox Sherill who d reslYne to - --Icrush guerrillas threatening the become a presiding Protestanti Peiping-Tientsin railroad Episcopal bishop of America Previously government military Bishop Sheri!' will be inductedleaders persistently maintained Jan 14 as Episcopal bishop fl nithe guerrilla attacks were not se-America but will remain as titu-irious and dismissed them as nuilar head of the Massachusetts dio-1 sance tactics cese until June when his resigl Government reports said 1000 nation takes effect Dr Nash willito 2000 Communists captured the serve as bishop coadjutor untillvillage of Lutung on Christmas then !Day after a 15-hour battle and still held it Thursday although they Harbin Consul Barred once were driven off by govern-merit reinforcements Stays at Changchun The local press said guerrillas CHANGCHUN Dec '26 (INS) were harassing National garrisons in other villages around Peiping Edmund Clubb American consul-and a"so have begun attacking the eneral for Harbin barred from southeast section of the railroad :aking up his post by Chinese The Communists also stepped grnmnntc rfintrdlints th I Harbin Consul Barred Stays at Changchun CHANGCHUN Dec 26 (INS)— Edmund Clubb American consul-general for Harbin barred from taking up his post by Chinese Communists controlling the city Employes of the Bischof Engine Works got a surprise Christmas bonus Wednesday George F Bischof owner announced he gave seven employes a total of $500 with amounts determined by length of service hei L up their attacks around Paoting Las established his coensullte—In'l Icapital of Hopeh Province C hangchun Nationalist capital of — - Manchuria Clubb was refused permission onl' rodaVed ea de otecira - the grounds Harbin constituted a (I V rir area Technically Clubb's con- 1 16 illET C Hi sulate which has jurisdiction orth of the 44th parallel is now ortraxcam c o oterating in a region served by - the consul general at Mukden 86 - dliCiLIST-0NUe ' 't t771171x-' I I - - PICTURES OF TIIE YEAR—Here are five of a series of news photographs which were selected by editors throughout the nation as the best of 1946 No 1: Tense moment in movie strike as deputy sheriff draws gun to hold back Hollywood crowd while fallenofficer climb to his feet No 2: The underwater atomic blast in Bikini Atoll produces a mushroom canopy No 3: Red Schoendienslt St Louis Cardinal second baseman straddles Joh!' iny Pesky's back to throw to first base to complete a double play in the 1946 World Series No 4: Champion Joe Louis' mighty smash raises Tami Mauriello off his feet at Yankee Stadium in New York in their heavyweight championship battle No 5: An unidentified waitress shuts her eyes as she passes the body of Marvin W Ashley slain Aug 7 in a Cocktail parlor of a Hollywood bowling alley (AP Photos) Bounce° ne gave seven ern- sugar program as "a terrible ployes a total of $500 with mess" Senator Butler of Nebrasamounts determined by length ka called Thursday for a "plain of service old-fashioned tariff" to protect the American sugar industry Butler's statement coincided China to Drive with a report by Representative Jenkins of Ohio chairman of the Republican Congressional Food Study Committee who criticized On Guerrillas the government's "senseless fear of a wartime sugar surplus" and PEIPING Dec 26 (IV) Chi- predicted both rationing and price control of sugar can be safely l abolished in 1947 nese Communist guerrillas in a Jenkins asserting American housewives have been getting "the short end Of the sugar deal" for five years said each house hold consumer -should get at least 10 pounds more sugar in 1947 than in 1946 Industrial allotments should be increased 20 per cent he added Butler declared potatoes were planted on thousands of acres that should have borne sugar beets and added: ' "Unless the program is changed we are certain to see less sugar produced in the United States and we will become more and more 'dependent on imports" 'Zany sufferers relieve nagging backache kluickly once they discover thia the real cause of their trouble may be tired kidneys The kidneys are Nature' chief way of taking the excess acids and waste out of the blood They help most people pass about 3 pints a day When disorder of kidney function per its poisonous meter ia remain in your blood it may cause naggirc backache risen satin pains leg paina loss of pep and eat Modern Turkey knows well the importance of chemistry and physics in all those industrial and ag-1 ricultural developments so vital' to its future Ll 1 Many Never Suspect I t4 040"41 Deadlines are 'approaching for two services offered to veterans of World Vid'at II the Veterans Information Center pointed out Thursday - An estimated 100000 aliens who served in the U S armed forces before Sept 1 1939 must apply for citizenship before the Second War Powers Act expires Dee: 31 Applications should be made through the nearest office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service Feb 1 1947 is the deadline for approximately 10000000 veterans who have allowed their National Service Life Insurancel to l'apse Veterans- may have reinstated before that date without physical examination by pay:- ing premiums for two months Vet amputees eligible for free automobiles must file their claims by July 1 1947 and claims for payment of unused terminal leave by former enlisted personnel must be filed before Sept 1 1947 GI Loans may b& inured by the Veterans Administration until 10 years after the official declaration of the end of -the war edu cation and training under the GI bill may be started within four 'years of the war's official end land disabled veterans eligible for Russian Whalers Off to AntArclic I Senator Hits Off id Antarciic MOSCOW Dec 26 (JP)—A RusSugar Program sian whaling flotilla consisting of 10 ships was reported en route to WASHINGTON Dec 26 (W) the Antarctic Thursday under the Describing the administration's Ileadership of the Soviet explorer sugar program as "a terrible Voronin mess" Senator Butler of Nebras- Departure of the expedition was ka called Thursday for a "plain announced Wednesday by the Rusold-fashioned tariff" to protect sian press which said the vessel the American sugar industry would be met off Gibraltar by the Butler's statement coincided Soviet tanker Pamin which will with a report by Representative supply them with fuel The flotilla Tenkins of Ohio chairman of the was said to include nine whalers Republican Congressional Food and a large supply ship 111-- Il-tru Sleepers to tlevi or‘c NAN ostsIngton onct Ustevoleallate Po lots 1- MVO 00 MO co 0: A W HERR Me Passenger Agent 804 Houston Street Fort Worth Texas Phone 3-ten Cause of Backaches Mis Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief wiry getting up nights swelling puillneal under the eyes headaches and dizziness Frequent or scanty panne with smarting and burning sometimes shows there is some thing wrong with your kidneys Orr bladder Don't wait! Ask your druggist for Dosn'a Pills a stimulant diuretic used successfully by millions for over 40 years Doan's give hsppy relief and will help the IS rrilles at kidn-v tubes flush out poisonous wasts Lro 1111 rour blood Gct Poaa's I !Stork Too Busy to Eat VgeltVqUMZFMffA Stork Too Busy to Eat HiS'BAERING DOWN O Dinner on Christmas Day 1 NB TRITTiERRNEBWGS Now that the season of "It was a good day for babies" Hammond a boy to the C D nurses at five Fort Worth hospi-IMeadors 1412!-'2 Houston and twin tals said Thursday in reporting the boys to Elmo and Johnnie Mae birth of 19 babies on Christmas Jinks Negroes of 1321 E 11th St Day Two boys were born at Penn- Mr and Mrs L a Smith of 2006 sylvania Avenue Hospital sons of the D L Dunns 1516 W Daggett Lipscomb are parents of the first Christmas baby a girl born at and the R G Kuohls 852 Chesser 12:43 a m at St Joseph's Ilos-1 Drpital Five babies were born at All Other Christmas babies born at Saints Hospital including a boy to St Joseph's include a boy to the the Stanley Fultons 158 Coventry Stanley Fosters 1615 Alston a a boy to the E J Pesheks J-205 girl to the W D Mitchells 541 Victory Apartments Cherry Lane ) " wow kwoolo S' t46 43y k e3461 oe "' 7'7'!'7!Sfailsnwp Deadlines Nearing for Vet Citizenship Insurance Claims training and education must complete such training within nine years after the official end of the war Unemployment or self employment allowances may be applied for within two years after the end of the war and claims for disability compensation may be made at any time or Mew Year's Eve Fun! 70 All's well when the clock strikes 12 when you're generously treating your friends to delicious Southern Sam! For each and every full-flavored satisfying sip of this swell-tasting beer brings but another smile of friendly good fellowship It's the perfect beer for parties—so GALVESTON-HOUSTON BREWERIES Inc Galveston Texas 1 Saints Hospital including a boy to the Stanley Fu ltons 158 Coventry a boy to the E J Pesheks J-205 Victory Apartments Cherry Lane a girl to the O R Munoys 1706 W Oleander a boy to the A R Browns 345 Lyon Dr and a girl to the R H Kendal ls 1507 E Allen Babies born at Harris Memorial Methodist Hospital included a girl to the Reeves Johnsons 1925 Higgins Lane a boy to the Leslie O Lynchs 2741 Ave E a boy to the O J Brightwells 2812 Bomar and a boy to the M L Angles 3916 El Campo A girl was born to the Claud Carltons 1208 Houston at City-County Hospital and a girl to Mae and Lonnie Mosley Negroes of 2810 Prospect Five Killed in Crash 5 Are Hurl MORRISTOWN Tenn Dec 26 (IP)— Five persons were killed near here in a head-on Christmas automobile collision which orphaned three small California children injured in the crash The (lead were Willet B Woods 48 his son Charles Woods 22: and William Shorter 21 all of Morristown and Mr and Mrs Allen C West of Burbank Cal- One of the Wests' three children Allen West Jr 7 was seriously injured and the others March 5 and Darrell 2 suffered minor injuries Also injured were Mrs W B Woods and Mrs Charles Woods WEMETTS SALVE FOR CORMS CALLOUSES WARTS ALL DRUG STORES wAlt1 d' errot Mole wifiS SECRET I'MPOR CONTROZ MR T 11 FITCH T It FITCH DISTR CO 3?I Me St Phone 2-2388 IA A SNOOTII (: v ' ' 7) 4 -ckty 4 smooth and fully-aged you'll find your guests prefer it as much as you do! Southern Select is the only beer remember that's made with Secret Flavor Control using the costliest ingredients and only pure distilled water So ask for it by name and enjoy the one second to none! BY ARTHUR "BUGS" BAER Now that the season of good will to men is over let's get back to the investigations When Stimson or Taft or anybody speaks of ex post facto condemnation it means a law passed after a crime is committed There are a lot of new crimes such as throwing a moth in your grandmother's parachute That would have to be covered by ex post fact You know that I'm a fellow who discovered the constitution was unconstitutional In other words all the amendments are ex post facto because the injustices they correct are older than the prescription Extra -curricular activities such as boosting the payroll or padding the next are not ex post facto The misdemeanor is practically the autobiography of a brook trout The crime there consists in being caught 9 Stranded in Gale Al Start of Voyage LITTLEI1AMPTON Eng Dec 25 (CTS)---A 65-foot yawl in which nine persons including a 13-year-old boy started on Sunday for New Zealand ran aground in a gale Wednesday near here after completing 25 miles of the 13000 mile journey Five of the nine aboard came ashore in a lifeboat and the other four jumped into the heavy sea clung to debris and were washed ashore 2 DROPS EASE COLD'S SNIFFLES -ALMOST INSTANTLY At the first sneeze put two drops of Penetro Nose Drops In each nos- i lyriplItT he!qtellitrioensctrsipttires- NLAISHqm( membranes checks watery ' flow You feel better imJ rnediately Penetro Nose Drops also open cold-clogged nose shrink swollen passages help you breathe freer almost instantly Use only as directed 25c 21' times as much 50e Get PENETRO NOSE PROPS ntazow— SIVEIL 12 Priests Die lII Rectory Fire I FAvErrEvILLE Ark Dec 126 — Two Catholic priests 'burned to death Thursday in the 'rectory adjacent to St Joseph's Church here 1 They were Rev Charles A McCauley 42 pastor of St Josepn'!: land Rev Francis X Dollarton about 55 Father Doilarton came :here Christmas Eve from St John's Seminary Little Rock to assist Father McCauley who had been ill in Christmas services The two died in an upstairs bedroom when a blaze of undetermined origin swept the second story of the frame rectory The entire upper floor was ablaze when 'firemen arrived shortly before 1 m The housekeeper and a guest sleeping on the first floor escaped Father McCauley was a native of Malvern Pa and Father Dollar-tan of Philadelphia Japanese Diet Adjourns TOKYO Dec 26 (Th—The 91st extraordinary Diet session adjourned Thursda after a months stormy meetinz Political controversies shelved or delayed major legislation SPARE YOUR LOVED ONES every unnecessary confusion by providing comPleta Funeral 111SUrance coverage for the family from birth to 85 years This all-family HARVESON and COLE policy provides for every funeral expense For particulars call 4-2211 HARVESON and COLE Funeral Service Insurance Magnaa at Fifth Avenue Gem- Fe C COLE T G COLE President seer it Treas -' 1 :' i 1 t-INN a - f 4 I Army Slop ( Bane BERLIN U S Army Inent were ( a recommenc private imixi cigarets into tion personni ure to take black market The recom tamed in a Gen Lucius ican military cial investiga It reeomm be eliminate( change in an sored by th( government Some mem gating commi posed of mili ficials questi hibition agail lions could b a military go cer said he statute that Presumably would includ private indivi addreAees he ments from Thousands of many have bc shipments fro Cigarets s( Hack market at the militia and up per ea tering some have obtained furnish their Evange Canada The Fox Pal musicians and a series of r 'tallies Sunday Temple 1800 Services will night except ! hi according Jones pastor Rev Lorne I musician head gelists Ile IA organ Ilawaila accordion ()till Euth L Fox c speaker: and C leader and mu Illustrated n 1e presented ii the Lion's De Son" "The Go The Burning Massachu Of Episcop CONCORD St Paul's SO Thursday that Nash its rect accepted elect jutor of the E Massachusetts lie will succ Knox Sheri II become a Pr Episcopal hish Bishop Sher Jan 14 as E America but Jar head of the eese until Jun natton takes el serve as bishi then Harbin Co Stays at C CHANGCIII1 Edmund Clubb general for 112 taking up his Communists co Las established Changchun Na Manchuria Clubb was ref the grounds lh ar area Techn sulate which oral of the 44 (Terating in a the consul gen( ! tn011 MI 'MEP MB MN 'ME' 'MEW i ::: ''''''4k:?4tr i':':::e ''''S'i7 - inner on ' ---- ' 1 ' I4' ' ' : e : it was a good day for babies --- " " -- nurses at five Fort Worth hospi - '-::: ::: :: :::::-: c:: ' :R-:E-i-'iift'iri- tals said Thursday in reporting till 7::4a : Kuloit006wv - s:--:4‘4 7ra--- r!s" : N77: :0::::: - :- 1133iV1 of 19 babies On Christma 'kJ' --'-- la? 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It- - 7$" ' 33- fair ft 1 Al 1 0 4 '!1Visto U S Army and military govern- ''4 4 '' N tricot ' ere considering Thursday i'M' 4-1011 11 17777777--" a recommendation to prohibit the k '41 '- 1 4 - - --:4---:-r : -- r---p i 4 :: t : :- - -- private importation of American tt ?t' -- 111‘ '":''r 1 rvP7 tsdj' ti41' I :ff : : Irk cigarets into Germany by occupa- t' - i : dln i tion personnel as a drastic measta - tl i a 4- -e- 1 4 - ueaines N eaing for Vet 01 -':'- : : Ig ure to take the country off its $: black market "cigaret standard"' I l L ) ‘c - -4 't k- : 1:3:-4 S f ' The recommendation was con- t- '1 okit-4001te --' ' 4: ' ?' "' ' 4 ' Citizenship ip Insurance Claims 4: in a report made to Lt j - - - ---- - t Gen Lucius D Clay deputy Amer- :- !' ''1 1:1 Deadlines are 'approaching for training and education must corn- : ' cial investigating committee -' 4 i ''' g V- two services offered to veterans plete such training within nine It recommended that cigarets l - it -- ican military governor by a spe- - A -- of World ar II the Veterans years after the official end of the be eliminated as an item of ex- -4 - i - Vd' " - Information Center pointed out war Unemployment or self em- n i l :§i' p change in any barter shop spon- L td -: 6 CAI) Thursday '::) ' '0- :ii Thd - ki ' ployment allowances may be ap- sored by the Army or military i r An estimated 100000 aliens plied for within two years after Lli - Y'-:- government - f 4 i '- q (1 t ' : who served in the U S armed the end of the war and claims Some members of the investi-- :I forces before Sept 1 1939 must for disability compensation may gating committee which was tom- i - -- L k-- - -4040' 14 apply for citizenship before the be made at any time posed of military government of- V'''"-:- 4 Ii: le'74 :e4' : '' 'c' ' :' i 1 Second War Powers Act expires -- --:- ticials questioned hether a pro ------------ ''' ''''':471:TrP'A -::'AT:tti :1 - Dec: 31 Applications should be : : : : : 7 -s ' ' '- - w- 71 :' 4 -: V 5 -4 r'3 41 ?ki: -:: V i qh& ' ' ' hibition against cigaret importa- I -1 -:--?''''''--(P4--4 --- !''4:ii::::3 k‘ 1 made through the nearest office ': -' : 'c-: -L ' ':4-‘4?Tie-:f -- - of the Immigration and Natural- " :''' - - - -- lions could be enacted However vc'4:-??K-o: iv- -t !':--q-- a military government legal offi- sl '4 t e) - ' '4're'4"'"'!-ii IL k::ti' i ization Service (Cr said he knew of no federal t410 ''' ' Ns s:! 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