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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 4, 1952
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NMTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMIS, Foy.rttvillt, Arkanui. MeneJuy, Miruory «, t«l German Industrialist Who Escapes Tells Grim Story Of Life Under The Communists (ile -of Ischia, Haly-(/P)-/\ laic* of atrocities and misery from Eastern Germany is told here by a German industrialist and his wife who escaped recently from Saxony in the Soviet Zone. The industrialist arrived ;il this 'island off Naples via Berlin. He asked hid name be withheld because relatives remain in Extern Germany. The Industrialist, who has many Italian friends, said that the IUis- i j a n 3 had taken everything he had "and soon they'd have had my skin, il 1 had not fled. Anyone who doesn't work for them is considered against them." "You cannot even sloop in Eastern Germany," lie said. "The Rus- ilan political police arrest people during the night and take them to concentration camps from which they will never get out. ^'Recently over 25,000 Gcrmund have been shot in the Bautzen concentration 'camp in Saxony. Tht Russians hold collective trials and are known to have sentenced to death thousands of people in one day. "A woman \vlio resists a Russian )s a traitor," the German said. "Many have been found raped and shot at the enliance of their homes. The parents of the girls are compelled to sign a statement in which they recognize that the girls died of n a t u r a l death . . . 'Otherwise they'll lie traitors, loo." Prices arc very high and wages shockingly low, the industrialist said. "A worker sets 50 marks fur a 411-hour week of work. There is no official, exchange on the East mark, which is 'worth roughly about four cents in terms of West German currency. A Uilu of. butter costs 25 marks at a stale store and the monthly ration per head is 5.5 ounces. A pack of cigarettes costs 10 marks, .a handkerchief from 5 to 7 marks, a shirt about 70 and a pair of stockings 125." "Of course, your local Communists will never believe this," the industrialist said, "because for them all that happens under the Russians is heaven." The industrialist will sail snon , with his wife for South Africa to | establish a rubber plant there. Itching or Dry Eczenia Why scratch and suffer hopelessly? Find hippy relief aiiominyothers d(i -- use tooth- ing, medicated R E S I N O L , t h e popular-ointment of many uses Snyder Asserts Bureau Changes To Be Helpful All Taxpayers To Benefit, Treasury Secretary Says Washington - () - Secretary of thp. Treasury Snyder said today tluif, unless a citizen had a tax problem, he would hardly bo aware of reorganization of the Internal Revenue Bureau, as proposed by President Truman. The proposal, which followed scandals in the tax . collecting agency, is now itefore Congress. It would "replace (54 district commissioners, now political appointees, with .25 to be selected under Civil Service rujes. In a copyrighted interview in U. S. News ' W o r l d Reports, a weekly news magazine, Snyder tiaid: "In the long run, all taxpayers will benefit from the improvements we are making. But it ii true that unless a taxpayer has a problem in connection with the f i l i n g of his return, or in the a u d i t and adjustment of it, he wouk know no difference immediately bfccausc he /would HO right on mailing to that one officc. Jt Asked whether taxeb -had hi their peak, Snyder said th'ey could gn as high as needed to finance government services demanded b the people. "We would be able and willing tu pay much higher taxes if bombs were falling at home and out shores were in danger of invasion," he commented. Stolen Sale Is Recovered By State Police A heavy office safe stolen Dc- ccmbcr 22 from the Lloyd Parks store at Wlnslow was recovered Friday near Winslow by Stale 'POINT FOUR' BOSS VISITS TRUMAN THIS UTTER. RE-PRINTED IN THE INTEREST OF OUR CUSTOMERS Mr. Jahn Rhodii 25, US2 Rh«lM ApplUnct Company Fiyttttrillt, Aikinin . 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ONLY 344" M4l I* lllinlnrM Prlcf Miown I* l*ir d»llmr In rniir fcllflifn wllli FlYrj-Yfir ProlMlloi pun 8l*le inil W»l tut* flirt. Pried mil iwtinrallmi* mbjMt tn ehinti wluioill HMIM. THERE « A BETTER REFRIGERATOR . . . n-s Rhodes Appliance Co. JOHN RHODES 31 N. Block Street Police. Sfll. Bernard Young of Forl' Smith and a trooper acted on in- i formalion furnished by Hous'lon, ; Texas, polico, who last week ar-. rested Robert Weslfall, 32, escaped | Louisiana convict and former ; Wlnslow resident, and the ad-, milled thief. , : Westfail and a companion, W i l - . lard Harris, also 32, have been sought by police of a dozen states since they escaped from Luuisi- · ana prison two months ago. They; arc believed responsible for a recent scries of burglaries in North-; west Arkansas. Working with a ' m a p drawn by Westfail, the police officers found the safe, broken open, just off the Blackburn road near the Charles Rcdfern farm. What money the safe had conlained was missing, but valuable papers were slill inlacl. Weslfall was carrying an automatic pislol stolen from the Parks store when he was arrested in Houston. He told police there (hat he and his companion robbed several Arkansas .post offices and stores. Reds Register Gains In India Voting New Delhi, India-(/P)-India's Communist party boss says Red election successes in some I n d i a n states show that ''in a very short time we will have the backing of Ihe majority in the country." Unless Prime Minister Nehru's government relaxes Us tough laws against the Reds, Communist General Secretary Ajoy K. Ghosh said, "all hell will break loose." He predicted India will go Com- munlst in five years. Before the election he said it would take 15 years. Through Nehru's ruling Cpngrcss parly is winning a majority in the Federal Parliament, the Communists and other opposition factions have won a large combined majority in the Stale Legislature of Madras and are close behind the Congress in the Travencore- Cochin Assembly, where just over one-fourth of the seals are slill undecided. Nehru's parly is winning ma- jorilies in most of the other states. The elections started three weeks ago and counting still is going on Korean War Dead Being Returned Include Arkansans Arkansas' Korean war dead be- ng returned to the Stales' have been -announced as: Sgt. First Class Billy R. Smith, husband of Mrs.'Helen Smith, Bog- ICONOMIC STAIIUUR Krlc Johnston confers with President Truman it the Whits House on hit new post. The Chiet Executive recently named Johnston Chairman of the International Development Advisory Board of the nallon'i "Point Four" program, (InlcriialioiiflU · FLOOD DAMAGES SHIP AND ROAD AN 12-fOOT VISMl lies at the mercy of the surf a mile east of Santa Monica, Calif., after hitting · breakwater In the driving rain. The owner and crew ot eleven were rescued by a Ulg and the ship will ha salvaged if it doesn't break up before calm wenlhcr cnmo« to tha Southern California'cost city. (fntcnialionol SmmdplinloJ COME SEE THIS BIGGEST WASHtK VALUt TODAY! SQUARE OR ROUND TUB MODELS Motfiw! Ask any Maytag owner. She'll tell you that no other w a s h e r gets clothes 10 c l e a n , or gives so many years of completely satisfactory performance. Maytag's famous Gyra- f o s m w a s h i n g a c t i o n washes all dirt out quickly and safely. The big, square aluminum tub has extra-large capacity . . . keeps w»ter hot longer. G e n u i n e M a y t a g cons t r u c t i o n t h r o u g h o u ' means trouble-free service year after year . . . iavM you time and money. "Depend on Us for Service" CY CARNEY APPLIANCE CO. SOUTH SIDE SQUARE PHQHI 1721 , eds; Sgt. First Class Earl r.ittle, son of J. M. Little, Kingston; Cpl. Isaac W. Burch, son of Mrs. Sarah Surch, Louann; Pvt. Msrvin O. Kelley, son of Mrs. Bertha L. Kelley, Palmyra; Pvt. First Class Edwin C. Ryals, son of Mrs. Mary E. Smith, Camden; Pvt. First Class Hilly J. Snow, son of Earl J. Snow, Vilonia; I'vt. First Class Doyal Talley, son of Jor Talley, Whoieii Spring; Cpl. Jimmie A. Strickland, husband of Mrs. Doris E. Strickland, Black Oak. Two new oil refineries have been opened in England, one of them larger /ian any other in Europe. Anti-Gambling League Meets To Lay Plans Little Rock-M'J-Leaders of the Arkansas Anil-gambling League were to .meet here today to decide whether it would be feasible to go ahead with a' fight against horse race gambling in the .slate. They scheduled a closed session at the Second Baptist Church. The league, originating in the Arkansas Baptist Convention, abandoned its first plnn of atlack, a court action tcsling the pari- mutuel law, because the Supreme Court upheld the act several years ago. Now the League is weighing the possibility of seeking an initiated act or constitutional amendment outlawing racing. Such a move was defeated in the 1944 general election. The race track in Arkansas Oaklawn Park at Hot Springs, is due to open ils season .soon. In California, water from the immense Shasta Dam started ils 500-mile trip to the rich Central Valley in August, 1051. It is one of the world's most ambitious irrigation projects. 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