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Portland Press Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1947, Portland, Maine Hub Milkshed Price Jumps A Cwt For August Deliveries Boston Sept 13 In the Boston Kill receive a price of 70 a hundred weight Tor 1.7 per during August to plants In the mile tone a Jump of 62 cents over July the Federal Milk Market Uon announced tonight The price for August Is 64 cents the August 1948 figure in the Boston dropped about 13 per cent from July to August administration an- but was running about II per cent a ago Rising cream prices the ment added Is bringing producers In- creased returns for high trst milk The differential for August to 88 cents as compared with 85 cents In July and 7 0 cents In June QUICK STARTING IN COLD WEATHER for the engine hi your CAR TRUCK TRACTOR OR DIESEL EQUIPMENT With th RED BALL HEATER For Information GATES PIPE TANK CORP C hi DISTRIBUTORS WANTED Portland Sunday Telegram And 14 1947 PRESS EXPRESS STATE-WIDE NEWS it broadcast daily 1 over at 7.15 a m 7.50 a m 12 Noon 11.50 a m on 6 p m and II p m Sunday casts are at 8.45 a m 5.45 p m and II p m Religious Hatred Outweighs Patriotism In India Eating Doesn't Mix With Law Atlanta Sept 13 rant sen ice In Georgia may well be at the whim or convenience of he hired help II at all and there's nothing that can be done about It In the courts What's more said the Georgia Court of today the wallers and waitresses don't even have to be polite There Is no law or force In Ihls the court said which Im- poses on the owner or operator of a restaurant the public or private duty of promptness In any lar degree or courtesy In taking ders The ruling came In the case of Charles W Anderson vs the wood Cafe of Seeking 000 damages Anderson of poor service and refusal to serve him breakfast MAINE HARDWARE PHILCO PORTABLE PHONOGRAPH Portable Phonograph Just slide in a record and it PHILCO 1200 Just the thing for young folks parties Just slide a record in and it plays No needles to change Wonderful tone Easy to carry anywhere Luggage type ease SMART NEW PHILCO 460 Superb tone extreme sensitivity yours to enjoy in smart new plastic cabinet Radial Dial See Many Other Famous Philco On Display ALSO IN STOCK PHILCO FAMOUS HOME FREEZERS MAINE HARDWARE 618 CONGRESS ST TEL PORTLAND ALSO ON SALE AT THE Woodfords Hardware Westbrook Hardware Woodfords Corner Main Sr with wonderful NEW EASY WAY TO PLAY RECORDS i AMERICA'S FAVORITE PORTABLE PHILCO 360 Stylish new Alligator grain leatherette case Amazing circuit delivers sensa- tional performance yet needs no special By O Milton New Delhi Sept 13 Fierce proved n the first month o freedom for the Dominions of India and Sikhs nnd Hindus have been pitted Mohammedans In calamitous fighting approaching civil war j In both dominions the government hns pledged Itself to protect the rights of minorities nnd appealed to their people to forget old grudges nnd devote their energies to ing great countries on the foundations of their newly won Independence At a remote different level one finds the people engaged In ful slaughter of hated minorities sparing not even children women the aged or the Infirm In India Sikhs with the aid of Hindus have gono on the warpath intent upon killing every Mohammedan who to leave the country In Pakistan Mohammedan war parties are waging a compilable fight against the Sikhs nnd Hindus Behind It all Is n background of years of militant religious propaganda Less the desire of the and small-time local leaders to grab the properties and jobs of scourged mi- Independence Hailed A month ago the coming of In the subcontinent was hailed as the dawn of a bright new era for two countries whose destinies were In the hands of their peoples The people have gloried in the thought that they no longer were subject and shouted acclaim for their leaders the Hindus for Pandit the Moslems for Mohamed All In turn their leaders told them to bury their old prejudices and work and build to bring the two dominions to the forefront m the family of tions Relinquishing the post of vice- roy Lord Mountbatten was hailed with emotion as a sincere man whose dom and tact made freedom possible It all sounded Inspiring and aged the hope that communal strife might be an end Within a week I In the Jab a fertile land of plenty which the Independence split between India Government Pledges Sell To Protect Minority Rights Appeals To People and Pakistan There I which I would have believed could oc cur only In nightmares I learned lhal at the hoi of independence armed hands and Hindu In Indian Pun I a and Moslems In Punjab wci roving the in u of Killing I saw the bodies nf w to bits mid bnbn I saw o persons of u ages roasted alive I saw that sometimes the military and 11 police had been guilty of the murderous mobs wer with suppressing Horrors Krupt When I returned lo Hi of tRe s oil esl erupted comparable to those nt the Tun In though on a smaller s ale Heie SIR and Hindu were hunt Ing down Mn and women t children were among the mobs for blood the lound the loo in mai Instances and burned their It tin I snw the bodies Here we gathered mid reports of rouble like ap evil rash elsewhere m I he sub continent while national lende desperately pleaded for a cessation i these depraved crimes Both governments have been able i pour troops into the trouble but not before the ha achieved their II minorities Into The evacuation of Sikhs Hindi from the Pakistan areas Find of th Moslems from India now is In the millions Both government are marshaling their Inadequate re sources to help a migration earlier had said should neier bi allowed to happen In miserable columns afoot and In every Imaginable kind of re are streaming toward nn unrer aln life across borders Most of then do not know where will settle rtost of them live In filthy camps with little or no shelter starvation ra tions and Insufficient water GIVEN KIWANIS H Cape Elizabeth right receives a scroll for outstanding leadership attaining the membership goal for the Portland Club for the first half of 1947 from Everett P retiring district governor annual convention of the New England District of International at Poland Spring Roads Funds Issue Raises Dilemma Continued One It was to secure revenue fo matching purposes of this gran that the Legislature last Winte raised the gasoline tax from to six cents a gallon and lated at the same time that increase would expire on 1 What to do 1950 Is the U 8 Representative Jesse P Wolcott of who for many years was a ranking ber pf the congressional tee on roads said on the occasion of a recent Maine visit that the Congress fpr years to come would continue extensive grants to states for highways and bridges Speaking to Barrows Wolcott said You can forewarn your Maine Legislature that for years to come they will have to raise about annually if they to match Federal funds His prediction was an tion that Congress would retrench somewhat from its program which sends more than Into Maine today but that the re- would not dip to a prewar level when Maine's cation roughly was just over a million dollars Barrows is one of the first to concede that a serious financial problem faces Maine on the score of its highway allocation money after He estimates that the slx-cent- tax will yield mately annually until the law's expiration In 1950 We can't reduce our bonded Indebtedness sufficiently between now and 1950 to give us any greater power than we had before the tax increase law was Barrows said His reference to bonds and rowing recalls bitter debate at last Winter's legislative session on a which authorized a bond issue for highways and bridges Legislators lashed out bitterly at the system of Issuing bonds maintaining that the Highway Commission should inaugurate a Quoddy DP Plan Dying Of Itself East port Sept 13 Manager Ralph T Colwell today expressed belief that a plan to use the abandoned dy Bay tidal power project site to train European displaced persons would just die of itself He said he could make no regarding a new bid by the city until Instructed by the city council Of course he said we still until the 22nd September for a bid but who Is going to dig up The proposal will just dip of I believe added The War Assets Administration which controls disposition of th property last week refused a public benefit to the city for the project Th WAA ruled that the plan fos ered by a non-profit leaded by Prank Cohen New York and Philadelphia industrial st was Industrial rather than education The date for submitting ilds was advanced to Sept 22 to permit Eastport to make a new ffer pian tilled the bond Issue In the belief that the present was as Rood a time as any to get the way Commission on a go program Legislators who opposed the jond Issue pointed out that more han or roughly one- of the biennial allocation for he general highway fund wouk e used either to pay interest on r to retire bond issues already n effect The magnitude of this sum wau he underlying reason for ative decision to forego future ond Issues by making the ray Commission pay for its work s it went along If this decision Is along o the 1951 Legislature it would that only a continued line tax can produce the to allow the State to match Federal grants Think of Noyes When You Think of Moving LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE FURNITURE MOVING Why Not Employ A Local Concern Employing Local Labor EARLE W NOYES SON 15 Plum Office Portland Residence Phone As eminent s fc disease now Is la the bun Kpd of at M Dor lorn Larking India nnd P 1 u k r h toi K nui SCM n lid tm ill i ill s d I of pt let the in i i Hit sh uf a di ulh The lenders an- that some In 11 Mmr W 000 OOU must India oi luc undei tin of and JO UOfl Sikhs find Hindus mu I fit luun if MX li n nia s tion could b nut i the Iht ci which br the In -i put of the m uu Dili's nnd mills alu nrr t of the employes weie Sikhs and Hindis and foi ed to flee I he ovv npi s do not know how It to it null 11 tine 1 MK i In the tnm i dies of Delhi nnd Ntw Delhi is d is tot Ucd food Is slum nnd tin people aie huddled In stinking tamps presenting a healt h hazard matched by the det inn In and the envoi keil disposal The local In the do not I tip llf tif lit pi UK t ilien It ut a st ill I have dU us propaganda nil I could not see pt i tonally from sounes ur port by the of Hindu Maslem and British w These sources insist that Nehru and are bring double-t by loral leaders not IIIR to suppress the tumble Even the refugees there Is in making own been the eis nut lo leave homes and Kiven of hut mm me U I heli lives or the mil s la be I he butchered bodies of 1 behind I he i fiti mi le oT it Us spliit these I si v ol I ul h 111 mil All Klim llu Hi me when tin Hie 111 u I find ins the fml month of a of anct to Gibson Speaks At Durham N H Doubts State Laws To Bring Labor Peace Dm hum H It loh 11 W Gibson uU si n tin ill i I c A i ul it I pi i i i Ions to d if il will mi Section Seven I hr Mild RK n or disputes will br to lie deinn inti inn of our lon in the i lid ut 1 be lous us no 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