Gladewater Daily Mirror in Gladewater, Texas 24 Jan 1950
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Gladewater Daily Mirror (Newspaper) - January 24, 1950, Gladewater, Texas
Editorials. Features Page four Gladewater daily Mirror tuesday january 24, 1950 Quot Rutt Uwi to i have spiff top your Washington merry go round Gladewater in the news during1 the past week Gladewater has been very much in the news. Publisher t. Vvs. Lee of the daily Mirror was the sponsor of a a a blackened Peak Puncheon Given in the speaker s dining room at the House of representatives in the Capitol at Washington. Present at this luncheon were Many notables including speaker of the House Sam Rayburn attorney general Mcgrath Justice Tom Lark of the United states supreme court senator Lynden Johnson House minority Leader Joe Martin of Massachusetts and various others occupying High places in government representatives of the three leading wire services attended the luncheon and stories of the meeting were sent to All the daily newspapers and radio stations in the i idled states and Canada. There is no Way of knowing How Many newspapers published the Story or How Many radio stations broadcast it but undoubtedly a Large number did. Letters of congratulation have been pouring in to or. Lee and to congressman Lindley Beckworth who. Engineered Tho affair and served As Host trom All parts of Tho country. Apparently or. Lee and or. Beckworth did a Good Job of a Selling blackened peas to the nation. And at the same time they were Selling Gladewater and the daily Mirror since the new writers mentioned the fact that or. Lee is publisher of the daily Mirror. On saturday night Gladewater again made the headlines throughout tin nation when John Ben Shepperd Gladewater attorney received his distinguished service award As one of the ten outstanding Young men of America in a ceremony held at Peoria 111., under the auspices of the Junior chamber of Commerce of the United states. Several of or. Shepperd s Gladewater friends were present in the audience when he received this Honor. Ibis program was broadcast Over radio hookups reaching into every country Ltd tin world and Over television stations in All parts it the United states. And tin. A Glade water plan a which or. Shepperd originated was mentioned again Aud again throughout the program. Someone suggested to this writer that it was remarkable that a City As Small As Gladewater should receive so much National and International publicity. But the answer is very simple. Towns receive attention when they contain people who do things in a big Way. I he size of the ci1 v Tes Little difference if it has live wire citizens. That a the kind of citizens Gladewater has. Miners draw no wages when they Are out on strike. The Small amount of subsistence Benefit paid them by their Union when they Are on strike is not sufficient to provide a decent living for their families. Small wonder the miners Are rebelling against the Rule of the autocratic Lewis. But Lewis is doing something far More damaging to the miners than cutting off their pay occasionally if Only they realized it. He is Selling their jobs right out from under them. He has shown contempt for the Public so Many times that the Public has grown tired of him and his ilk. Since people never know whether or not they will have Coal thanks to Lewis High handed methods the demand for some substitute fuel has become loud and insistent. Research departments in most of the big industries have been working feverishly to perfect some substitute fuel that can be produced As cheaply As Coal and the Day May not be far off when Hie use of Coal will be abandoned altogether. Then Lewis miners win be out of jobs for keeps. Although such a shift Over will work a temporary hardship on those who mine Coal for a living ii will probably be a Good thing for the country As a whole. It will mean the end of Smoky cities and Grimy factory towns. It will remove one 01 the worst curses industrialism has brought us the curse of a smog. But the greatest Benefit it will bring will be in freeing Industry from the control of one Man. To Long As one dictatorial individual of the Type of John l. Lewis has the Power to Force his will upon the people by threatening to. Shut off their Supply of fuel it they refuse to submit we can not afford to say too much about foreign dictators. Sooner or later the engineers and Chi mists Are going to find a fuel that will take the place of Coal then we shall be free of Lewis and his Union. By his arbitrary actions Lewis is hastening the Day. President Tyler a note to emperor of China was a horniest a Ever signed by a president truth Hollywood by Louella Parsons we can to quite keep up with these new political terms. The party line they Tell us is a line of policy All members a Given party Are supposed to follow. And we always had though it was a Telephone bin on which everyone listened when somebody was talking new York Jan. 24. Ins a in Moo per cent Back of Steve Biddy s idea that movies Stop glorifying divorce unconsciously or Nob in cute and sophisticated pictures. This in t just talk from tile head of Monogram who is putting a a modern marriage Quot sponsored by the american Institute of family relations in to production immediately. The picture leads off with a searing indictment from or. Paul Pope Nee director of the Institute against the prevalence and Iii Many eases the heedlessness of american divorces. The Story tarring Robert Clark from the new York stage and Margaret Field is based on the diver Cord threat too much Mamma to Man marriages. But there Are Many More stories in tile Institute files which May follow tin first one. Directed by Paul Landres and produced by David Diamond. I will have to say Robert Goelet or. Is ambitious now that lie has thrown his hat in the movie l ing he has obtained the rights to a Story based on the love Story of Eleanora Duse and Gabriele let Annun to for which he wants Greta Garbo. I might hesitate to i int tin. Because Garbo usually says a no to everything. But ii Aux role tempts ii should be to play the great Duse on the screen who i believed by Manx to be tile greatest actress who Ever lived. Snapshots of new York and Hollywood collected at random Barbara Dunne whose name was linked romantically with Cornel Wilde a two ome at the Penthouse club with Danny Scholl alter Quot Texas Bdl Lana Turner is $30, l in Lier she to t fold the Home she lived in before she married Bob Topping for said amount which she need like an extra head. John Dali Iii new York Foi publicity on Quot deadly is Ila ,&Quot is finding his most deadly interest in Nanty w a i k e i. Louis de Koeh Emont plans to take his fight against the Tanta censor Belard to the supreme court in Washington. Hie fight is oven a lost Ann Sheridan is doing Hollywood with Jacques maps of the Reno hotel Mapes. They Are a. Toady Date at the Bantam cock. Vincent Freedley is moving heaven and Earth to get Edgar Bergen Foi he new my real Quot it great to be alive but i or paid that in t possible. Franklin Pang Lorn one of Hollywood s fun no St character actor., is signed however Paul Small is on his Way to Hollywood to open offices. He represents Ezio f a a Margaret Sui Iavan in i other top i ague Fly Drew Pearson copyright 1950, by the Bell Syndicate inc. Washington Jan. 24 i tory sometimes repeats though with reverse angles. It was jul 1 Little Over too years ago that the United states was also having trouble with China not with Tho communists but with his in penal majesty the emperor the trouble then somewhat a today was Over the exclusion Quot i american business from i in it it Trade and because the British a today were gutting the inside track. As a result president John Ivler sent what Maury Mav i n k in scribes As a the horniest no. A i signed by a president to the pm purer of China urging him to open his ports to the United Mutt carrying the note to the Umpei or was special Ambas Anet it Cushing with explicit ii i rom Daniel webs Ter ii tary Al state a to Secund Al american hip Aud these ports on terms As As those enjoyed by by not foreseeing that t 1 Day would undergo a. Changes Daniel Webster observation in his letter Sudor Cushing Quot it cannot be forester idly or How slowly a pm Quot Peculiar habits a tin 1 t apparently so tenacious i to their habits May Ade tibents ideas unit cd to or nation violent flu Little did swoosh China someday wet traditional isolation political philosophy at that time How nose were really to except to nations i Large As tin Britt president Tyler Lei Silver and sometimes other a ,s but if the chinese arid the americans will Trade there should be rules so that they shall not break our Laws nor our Laws. Our mini ii i Calci Cushing is authorized to make a treaty to t leg 111 a t e naut la it let a just. Let there be no unfair advantage on either Side. A i it the people Trade not Only at Canton but about Amoy. Neg Sling hag fun Chow and All such other places As May offer profitable Exchange both Tot Luna Mil tin United status provided they do not break your our Laws we shall not Itin i Doc i w. Shall not uphold them that break your Laws. Therefore we doubt not that you Vapi in a Pica us that our messenger to with tin letter in his Laws nor take the hand there great make Deli thu it wit to Pekin and my that your by your order i Hun to rugs of that Noth to disturb tin a and agents signed by hand it shall by the auth the Bem Ourn Aith be no w kowtow my a Flop i up i ors meanwhile his wife pores it sister operates a successful rating. Hop in new York Small will commute co Coa t. Dinah Shore i packing to at the Wedgwood room lauding i Hary deem of the i. T to Perm g Ler the Tel he Pic i. A it United of no i hard tined Jim t Alt Wal it Lieuw y Xvi in. I Appl or Hio or we la i of in my i six c All by dinner that Row Cli Iii. La i. Of ill Al my these <1 bridegroom wit at "21,�?� too. In t my it to All on ton i Tiv water hastening the Day oui balances we Don t idea of the system of checks and is when we write too Many Cheeks have any balance. Economics Merryle by s. Strange Isnit is that married people be. Often go to their unmarried friends for Consolation when they arc in trouble there Are signs of rebellion Iii the rank of John l. Lewis mine workers who have been called out on strike so that they do not know half the time whether they Are working or striking. Lewis Calls a strike every time the whim strikes him whether or not he has any excuse for doing so and the miners Are the who pay the Bill in the form of lost time. It appears that some of them at least Are growing tired of being the goats each time Lewis decides to show his Power by calling them Cut on strike. Lewis continues to draw his munificent salary whether or not the mines Are in operation but the men differ a from women is in for clothes. No Man would pair gloves and decide rimmed he had to have a new suit cwt coat hat and perhaps a new automobile to match. One Way their taste Purchase a iat Elv that some of us like being alone occasionally but few of us Are Able to write a bestselling Book about it As one author did. There Are Many sensitive spots the human Anatomy but about the sensitive of All is the pocketbook. About most somebody will pay for them the tracing of the parentage of widely circulated economic and political ideas helps mature americans to appraise contemporary Contr worries. With the Glamor of i Tance it has been fashionable for superficial critics of the Domestic policy of the new Deal fair Deal id make an exception of foreign policy. Thus numerous persons who done to like the Truman administrations swollen Domestic spending policy Point with Pride to the president s vision As expressed in his famous a Point four about development of backward areas As set Forth in the presidents inaugural address of january 20, 1949. In a new brochure entitled a illusions of Point four a it foundation for economic education Henry Hazlitt the economist dissects the concept and leaves it rather naked. Just As the recent revelation of senator Herbert r. O Connor. Democrat of Maryland connects the administration anti Chiang attitude to a report on China prepared in 1944 by Henry acini Wallace so or. Hazlitt explores the Fountain sources of the new Wisdom relating to u. S. Govern ment up i motored economic Aid in developing backward area or. Hazlitt likens the concept to quotations from a Book published in 1941 entitled a Teheran our path in War and peace a written by Earl Browder then officially head of the american commune 1 who it the time temporal ily opt i ated under Hie legend communist political a striation. Aft r quoting Browder i . Hazlitt concludes a the parallel Between this communist Prapo a1 and Point i our ii obvious whether or not Hie proposals of Point four Stem directly from Lowth i. They embody the same baie collectivist and statist then in auditing the Truman proposals or. Hazlitt does not Damn them capt ground that they Browders the Inkin he regards them unsound. As an aside i important in the i Pawanda to Trace widely circulated sometimes the who read papers Rukeyser thine owl a i hop the t in Vav d la nip a Blit fed Furr my t i usher v nut cd spoon nth crutches of Wmk and guide i at Ever y step by gov Ilion is indeed Ting Sui tin Yel a a now of such int even machine in for it a. Govern already i seen provided through a amt l l the cd Stu in Hank i Fen reconstruct it prop iou in i gut to camping int til tries a loom us. Or. T la ii of h i i von i rum i in to it la vt11 a Dally on the resemble or. But because As intrinsically if Zhu is extremely Eta of pro the lineage of i Leas. Stuffed shirts prepared pm am a we to Rich in i a it an More Cli to the n occurred firm to profits eloped s than mom is Tell More i it or naut de i he ii Sells cd than not yet of the one of t of thah ghost writers the parentage a re of in the them by Ware of promo als. In examining the it Moron a i"1 to Al that Uncle Sam pull the string to make puppets in other nations jump or. Hazlitt de clares a the Only thing that might be called a new in this a bold new i it Rog rapt is the paternalistic a sumption that the process of International investment no not be undertaken a hitherto in modern times by private in pc tors As their own risk to private i reas me cd do indeed so ohs than to i Iyo a has also it Distant i v that Imond. To the r but it has i to the manager of that it it would increase its either by giving the poor the Money to buy it jewelry or by making bad Loans to them. Consolidated approach to the in called a fail Deal How 1 unit. In to ecu ionic. Ii Aud Meigu not n y. An of a rvs a May in All in Dor o k whether the aspiration of i he a fur deals i a to ref d Hie principles of economics and at fog or the i Lime of k and . The technique seems to be to dazzle Tim \ oter with a myriad Quot i schemes which May exceed Tho capacity of the average persons nit eject jul dig five pow i Quot. Can Aith la ten to you a re Del pc wit a reset the of i a and Alk b nering Down on the news by Arthur a bugs Baer by new. Oor Vicol look like the a i ii by current comment a due Vyp English it time capital chit Chat by Harmon w. Nichols a tick in a on mat i in 111 Al any put Bint into d fro to then r d. Jinn lied mow dare of i but Mal Pointe i i older i car w c i mid cd at the Turin ii Romney w. Va., Jan. 24. Ii in a Here to Tell you about some Fine old syrup which does no to have any Maple in it. Its made out of cot to cobs the Man who told me about it is George Williams who used to be a senator in the West Virginia state legislature. William who is the sixth Gen Erat Ion of his family to live in tin quaint old farm House near Here says that the recipe for syrup no a cob has been handed Down by Mouth in ids family for Many Many years. A and he asks with some reason a should a body Flay $5 a gallon for Maple syrup when you can make your own for a few cents a the senator As everybody in Romney a town of 2,000, still Calls him has this recipe for a Corncob you go oui in the cob House ii you have a cob House and pick out eight or to Nice clean red Corn cobs. You Wash them and break them into Little pieces either with a knife or if you re Strong enough with your hands and put a halt gallon of water on the stove to boil cobs in. Watch the water and when it simmers to one quart train it ult and throw the co away. A i Call that cob liquor a said w11 Lianas. You take in stuff which by this time is a dark Atn Bei color Aud add to it two Pound of White sugar and one Pound of Brown sugar. You boil this until you have a syrup Quot that Sall there i to it a the former state senator said. Quot Winn you get through you have about the finest Maple syrup you a Ever want to find the a a senator i sure right. On hot biscuits it a Fine Williams production is strictly private. At one time he had thought of going into commercial output. He thought he had some Fine connections with the food and drug administration in a Yungton but he ran into difficulties. The f. D. A. Fellows All accepted gallon Sample of his homemade product and imported Back that it a Well till i but they put their conclusions on paper. Finally tie wormed a Widen be Poi i but of the adm in t a a Hon la said in Al Lect that the syrup tasted Fine on buckwheat cakes and the like but the food and drug people under the Law go along with calling anything made out of Corn cobs a Maple syrup Quot that made William pretty or Ile got Madden As he read along in the dispatch from the f. I a. Tile admin ration Fliggi Ted that tie Cal i i Licious concoction a Nodal on Maple Syi that was. When the in in senator of West Virginia popped in roof. He said that he Wasny to milking Metal Ion Maple syrup but col to cob syrup and would the Maple people ii they Felt that Way about it. Maybe like to have their product called a limitation Corncob syrup a something he told me a a maker of a Fine Corncob pipe having the Patent office duo it an Briar just that silly. The Viv Taft is Aid and the and lunch. Since in shining Frank is my it to line Boh Arn ii 11 Al by i it we done to know will la tin out i Heath 1 of i a in i i an aground in a he in do i it we Ai a cd a Tail lad Export to float tick i. Lei met Runac la at annul it. In Al a1 enc to in c up Ami Luon. A go in the it students Iuta extent be eligible does not a Ade but Ain phases Imtair. Many of talk Frig i to c h less Ane to this a matter i n i write o Many of Afulei 12 foul years More Emall level. 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