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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 1, 1947, Oakland, California Home Edited p Creation of World Order Challenges Our System and Imposes Great Domestic Tasks Beyond specific plans for or j they can come back out of the past too Jate limited to a specific number and with too little unless the present is 0f Up Nov. 1, 1947 must be a broader and deeper program which shall have as its goal the of some kind of international order individuals can sell and invest. Until that or its approximate is the gap between our standard of and that of most foreign nations be and until that gap is sened the United as a survey in For- tune will be lonely island of in the midst of a brutish If any such goal is to be there be a general assumption of ties on the part of all groups as well as the of a conviction that while it is to send aid abroad now and for some few years to it is equally urgent that aid contribute to the success of an ing Fortune cites the three main tasks our own economy preserving and reducing that gap between pur living standards and those of other are tremendous tasks and in each is t challenge to our At present con- need not be told there is a need to be to maintain some general equilibrium between supply and de- Price rationing and allocation are largely things of the but FELLOW By AD SCHUSTER A SIGHTLESS POET Samuel W. Bean of who is capable of meeting its There has been a in ing too much reliance on specific ment measures and not enough on general measures that are essential to our whole j 4. When we balance a run and jn it of thc surplus and retire debt we may do more to many doors that arc open to t 1 who JJe is out wi keep prices in line than we do with astic response to legislative by or by highly dramatized And if we are to have the sort of competition that makes for the consumer must not be squeezed by the mono- whether that monopolist be in or It is not too early to outline the ultimate goal and fortune's editors have contributed by giving circulation to suggestions boiled are a plea for some ing in our domestic economy while we strive to improve that And while we think of an ultimate It's No Fun Living Between Quarrelsome Neighbors with little booklet called In and thc verse below is lighter It is To be a scribbler is no E'en with an Walt Mason was a whisky And had no Until he found himself dead broke booze a To be a scribbler then of Your pencil you must Next puff and even While thought and feelings Then dash off lines in haste I And ka Senator who was going to ride across thc country to bind the natives with a spell of some has called the whole thing Maybe the horse gave him a Another rugged individualist is the fact remains that Europe is not going to recover without some further first aid and stopgap who are starving are not likely to listen to lectures on in Wash. enterprise and if the market is to expand it will be because the United States now gives other peoples capital in the sense of the a fund to keep people alive and capable of WORLD AND THE CAMPUS We were impressed .by a copy of the which came in the mail not only by the technical excellence of the paper but by some of its leading news One story announced the Fall Relief Fund Drive to be held November 10-14. Stanford first university in the country to adopt another The funds from will go to various charities 30 per cent will be donated lo the Uni- varsity of Another announced the plans of the student council for UNESCO to assist students who travel or study in Eventually it tapes to arrange exchange scholarships be- iv tween European universities and the most important story con- the program of the National Students the regional organization of endorsed the recommendations of Mr. Mr. Stanford students who toured Europe last The plan ii to start jm educational project in Europe stiffed by American professors like that un- by Harvard at to initiate exchange permitting a large number of foreign students to come to this at low and to set up a central organization facilitating student travel to On the editorial page a column points out the marked effect that Mr. nis and Mr. Farrer have had on student thinking about the condition of thus in the Forum you may be in- to know that many of the letters written on the subject of a hick village or were unacceptable for So here is some advice to Forum holds up one of his own which Discovery of two additional poles in the Arctic puts a new burden on the surplus property ad- But these two according to the are not like the old liable They are merely and only confuse persons are already off their don't mind the but the from thc get me Because real poets pre- ite we expect lo a large number of Halloween now the holiday is Halloween is an occasion when witches on broomsticks offer come relief lo those who are weary of seeing flying saucers and castles in the IMPORTANT CENTENNIAL When we were a bakers sold fried cakes which were the shape J of a collie's ear and Occasional handicap it popularity came with the discovery 1 indulge in The Forum is devoted to the discussion of public I we expect trA 1 ftf 11 Many letters are rejected because they con- tain libelous or vindictive statements about Don't neglect to sign your name and vide your Preference is given to those who are willing to have their names but the name may be withheld if the request is Recently a large number of anonymous letters have been re- These are immediately Far more letters are received than limited space allows for Those which are written on both sides of the paper are nearly always turned Frequently numerous communications on the same sub- ject are Jn the case of the 1'affaire Lafayette af least 30 letters said the same which meant that only one or two were These facts may explain why many con- do not appear in But the Forum is a popular and interesting feature of this page and we hope that if can be kept so. PLENTY OF SUGAR There is no report concerning sugar that MATTER OF FACT By JOSEPH ALSOP Nov. in this great and once lovely the Soviet Union has launched upon venture of economic imperialism of really unparalleled crassness and THE GREAT WIDE Are We Forgetting Lessons of Latest By WILLIAM L. Author of the mate purpose is to enthrall a innocent and ing who stand among the founders of Western This is the real meaning of t problem German assets in tria about which the experts have already written so Since the drama of this strange situation has somehow been lost in an inexpert explanation t worth I Very the Soviets were granted at Potsdam all in Austria in part payment j of their greedy for were the days when even I the makers of American policy had not learned from hard experience that it was vain to seek a true with the Soviet Union at this Under the delusion which few still they granted i Stalin this concession among many i They even did so without out what was j under the guise of taking the Soviet com- mand here seized control of almost every valuable piece of industrial property in their zone of 1 Eastern occupied by i Soviets except for the little quad- ripartite enclave in was country's chief industrial THE BIG GRAB they took more than three hundred industrial plants of plus such banks as they could lay their hands the ube Shipping the oil wells and tens of sands of acres of farm tion of was It even included some property actually American such as the American inter- est in Zistersdorf oil Nor was this Totally ible as it may the Soviets the recent fruitless meetings of the that they were the owners of Austrian The Nazis had constructed autobahnen in Austria after the The Soviet had the the A certain insight into the curious politically mature people like were dropped on marvelous gall to claim that both thC the S Si H same token he laid lnt days might have been obtained TWO of thc most LACK OF EVIDENCE j a number of public But 3S. Wry I Tuesday by anyone who had of after having been The usual reason given by to read of that there was cooked through and could be All of this took place that is why bakers over are this year celebrating a y lo Caplain We trust that these stories reflect a real i crop is unusually large from within a bakers sought to overcome carefully his fault by putting a small dab The front as The indeed all the lack of But it is plants which even the a sma a o t as 1D.9. were pregnant rest of our Allies in Western Eu- that most of hew j in region by about the Red to have a sure in- cans never denied that they but the result was not always We are talking about Soviets could hot call KEY TO ECONOMY There was the one about this business of their cast for Nazi Germany after jn the property thus ing the latest report on the nationals who had given aid to the been declared against their ed by the Soviets is valued at be- Un-American Committee's enemy in time of To them Most tween and If it they persisted long after attempt to pin a red label a matter that could nnt be for- in defended what they remains in their it will give someone had the bright idea to Hollywood There was another however frightened people had done and even boasted of it. I them control of key sectors of ihe a hole in the center of thc announcing that United might be about the new communist i H action in itself was Austrian It Is an j States is embarking on a There had also been a treason then it may be weapon of both to force to combat Nazi threat against thc not the Justic Department into her destined economic The was really i juc ty original and unimproved and those who treasonably served it to let tnc accused stand trial in a Danube with the it you llad hawk to answer for their test the Surely this and in the long run to add has was Capt. Hanson Insi In our own this did matter for the courts to political subjection to economic Gregory of Me. then a ship's With a hole in a he said with the thine combed the paper In our own this did matter for the courts to political subjection Tuesday you might have as1 turn out to be the Ezra for Department of j The management of the I in one I a liny American poet who had court in Boston had properties has been a one-line cast for Mussolini his that Chandler's planned for this Ex- It was about another At people and was brought to broadcasts did intentionally give for the Danube Shipping Com- illustrating one of the principal benefits does not suggest this country is supplied with accruing from such pounds to the person than at any concern witK international The I and so is the beel sugar crop of the students of today face even greater problems of peace and war than the generation of leaden now in the There are many who believe that the fate of the world will If with Friday's end to ceilings at sale prices of sugar go thc elevation will be proof of gouging somewhere along the line and it will be the duty of the be decided in next Whether this is j ment to do a little more than point a finger true or this Nation cannot have a sound at the guilty foreign policy nor can it steer a wise course unless its citizens have a thorough under- standing of international And there is no better place to start than in the uni- The relation of knowledge tc our problems ought to be their primary ADVICE TO FORUM WRITERS If you were entertained or indignant over the 1'affaire Lafayette which has been up with something can tell ME what to says a fellow who wishes he what to And there arc who are so broad-minded they cannot spread their brains to cover thc teacher thc Department and was insufficient evidence to try the Our Department of citing figures of crops and warehouse RADIO TRAITORS found guilty by a jury in the bv our attitude towards the alleged were workmen in Soviet plants United Stales District Court in traitors of i given time off for the Boston last June and sentenced by a jt shows HALTED federal judge to life desire to forget thc in order io The trial of Robert the top which is we arc this the Soviets are broadcaster for Dr. which is an Austrian treaty until Was not the treatment after Germany declared war on pjd 3nd Our reluctance to they have been this news as well as the news itself thc United was supposed to 00iher with the matter of treason i extraterritoriality in What indicative of how fickle and con- follow that of For war js really an they want would have brought course you understand we Americans had become it has never yet come off. of our greater reluctance to face to the check of the British boss asked thc a how though I have seen a from German in the period of the opium mere IS no There had been a time written from his prison unfortunately was not They insist that their holdings and for higher prices on With that im replied the i in the life of the Republic when slating Hint he himself pressed for settled by Germany's thc must bft to it. On my Jast job I wartime treason was considered a thc earliest possible untouchable by the Austrian we Hie triple-entry set Because Charges others who Wc made that mistake after 1918 And when asked to define and demand action if the inexcusable boss lo a j propaganda was such cast for Nazi Germany during the consequences that were the Austrian Treaty Commis ond for ihe to in the late war and be- such as Donald former it is incredible to blandly declared no prof a third for the income taxi thc phenomenon of radio Chiraco Tribune and template a people making thc same would tell 1hi With liver at template a people to show a net j traitors was something nations had Mildred who became known a second and so Austrian government a a no experience a through her broadcasts Jo our troops meant later that the what the will have to make thc choice as to whether he or his bank account shall be Wave of Ranting By HAL O'FLAHERTY Daily LETTERS TO THE TRIBUNE FORUM AH other issues connected come by the of them The 1hr wit relations have out Russia the mo ii im- The of the CMMS of Hood of nor Starting from thai as a the has 2fi croup bark Jo for Nothing 5iir ol swept Jhe died We mtct the following Ihc woo 5o attack on and down into nhM was lecture pulpit converged in That was in Ihr Kven upon Ihe Soviets and an ft to Tbt Forum ct lot 11 bt Cl ibt vilt tr f-r vto ft to tkm Thc Americans and British at Moscow and in the of the commission firmly rejected any Austrian treaty including this of open threat to Austria's in- I had io Ml out several say we were taxed to pay my as he is so for more papers and in first place and pay premium lite and During she i wailing jmt to get my own money lor what is time J was 10 rny sick like Chancellor It was lo be mine if I was Americans arc 1he forgotten our would Minister Gruber of Now I'm out of it I They want to sustain Europe in thc always bring the paper to the src to risk granting about can't eel it without questions and manner to which they room and always offer of Soviet waiting they lomed So fight and we of All of our terminate the want me to take a We an job of military when I am a skilled and have a for another But why can't I eel my IX OK CARRIER he is of our MRS. 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