Joplin Sunday Globe in Joplin, Missouri
19 Mar 1939

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19 Mar 1939

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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, Joplin, Missouri I a Jolon Globe sunday March 19, 1939. New Deal insincere sen. Taftcharge8 administration s recent overtures to business Are criticized by ohioan. New York March 18.-ww-the administration s recent overtures to Industry were characterized by senator Taft Republican Ohio today As insincere and an admission business has been badgered and the Ohio senator told the National Republican club the Republican party must assume leadership. In giving encouragement to business. What then should be the Republican program he As cod. It must Combine a policy of encouragement to private Industry which can put millions of men to work with sincere and effective administration of Relief measures to assist directly the lower income groups. It must recognize the absolute necessity of Relief measures in this country for Many years to come. We must assist the lower income group by direct Relief by work Relief by old age pensions by unemployment insurance and by some form of housing subsidy. Americans must be assured that they will not be met by government Competition in their Field of business activity. They must feel that government expenses will be held Down As far As possible. They would like to know that the currency is stable the government s fiscal policy sound and All danger of inflation of the currency removed Taft said. Taft contended government regulation and Competition under the new Deal have directly discouraged private activity of every Sewell Ragsdale. Galena Kan., March 18.-an nou Cement has been made of the marriage of mrs. Nona Ragsdale of Galena and Grant Sewell of pot win Kan., formerly of Galena i which took place february 26 at Al Dorado Kan. The ceremony a was performed at 4 o clock in the afternoon in the Home of or. And mrs. Bruce Hedworth 1108 Finney Avenue by the Rev. F. W. Fetters pastor of the Church of the Naza Rene. Or. Sewell is employed at the Vickers refinery in Potwin. Or. And mrs. Sewell Are residing at s00 South High Street in Al Dorado. Mrs. Sewell is spending several weeks with her Mother Here who is ill. Or. Sewell spent the weekend Here. Camel Calvary men will help France if Mussolini goes to War in Africa firemen s dance held. Carthage mo., March 18.-about ,160 couples tonight attended a firemen s Benefit dance at memorial Hall. About 300 tickets at $1 each were sold by firemen to raise funds to buy. Smoke masks and other needed equipment. Francis Wyatt and his orchestra of Joplin fur finished music. Tunis Tunisia  correspondence of the associated press if Premier Mussolini goes to War against France in Africa As a sequel to the current Italo French friction Over Mediterranean questions he will have a Konrad Hen Len a Little Duce to help him. Against him will be arrayed a free corp of italian refugees and Camel cavalry. Tunisia a French protectorate has figured prominently in the fascist Campaign against France a Campaign born of Italy b desire for greater influence in the Mediterranean. In Tunisia itself Italy apparently wants More rights for the thousands of italians living Here. The presence of a Konrad Hon Len and a free corps make Tunisia in these respects similar to the sudetenland Germany won from Czechoslovakia in the european crisis last fall. The sudetenland s Konrad Hen Len was the Leader of the germans of Czechoslovakia who co operated with Chancellor Hitler in the september crisis. Italy s counterpart is handsome Enrico Santamaria. Santa Marla is director of a Untone fascist newspaper of Tunis. Scarcely 40, Santa Marla leads italians in Tunisia to what he insists will be Union of the territory with fascist Italy. We Don t want War said Santamaria recently but the final Issue is with h Duce Well do what he Santa Marla has been in Tunisia for two years. He says he was sent to look after italian rights but More especially to edit the Well printed a undone whose former editor was deported by French officials. Santa Marla claims there Are 120,-000 italians in Tunisia As opposed to the official French census figure of 80,000. He explains the difference As due to Many italians believing the census forms were from the tax collector. That s natural he said yith a Broad Grin they thought they d get out of paying taxes by saying they wore Santamaria says his 120,000 ital ians follow him and Benito Musso Hal almost without French officials assert however Only about 5,000" Are faithful to fascist Italy. Santa Marla asserts heatedly that France which established her protectorate Over strategic Tunisia in 1881, has consistently mistreated although we were Here first exclaims the local Leader we have been denied All rights that Are Given to frenchmen. They take All the government posts All the choicest lands the Best mines. Our guarantees of Justice have been pared away Little by Little Over the years. That might have worked with the old weak Italy. It s a different Story today. Our oppressed italians in Tunisia must have their counteracting Santamaria s influence however is voluntary Froe corps constituted Long before Adolf Hitler made his sudetenland germans famous. Mohsen Doffers native chief of the 20,000 moslem refugees from italian Libya who have found Refuge in France since Italy seized Tripoli from Turkey in 1911, says his men will fight for France. Doffers said he remembers that the Frenchi conquered Algeria Morocco and Tunis by Force of arms but the moslem greatly prefer Franco to Italy. There is an Arab proverb which says there is no shame and much Honor in being clawed by a Hon but Tho lowest shame of All is to be kicked by an italian hating Doffers escaped to Tunisia in 1936, after the italians condemned him to death for agitating revolt and organizing an under ground anti italian movement in Libya. The French worried for years about italian designs on Tunisia recognized him As a valuable political ally. Within a year he became Tho recognized Leader of the Arab refugees from Tripoli. Many of his followers have relisted in the French native forces in Tunis. Others keep in touch with his organization in the Hope that some Day they May return to their Homes in Libya. If it comes to a fight modern machines of War and modern fighting men will give and take the big Shock on the Frontier Between French Tunisia and italian Libya. But far to the South where Libya touches Algeria and French West Africa across Tho trackless Sahara desert Camel cavalry will find penalty of work to do. Mounted on racing camels cavalrymen under French officers will navigate the deserts raiding enemy outposts scouting for signs of enemy raids harassing the enemy s flanks with Midnight attacks. Camel cavalrymen form a regular part of the French army. In peacetime they Are the gendarmes of the Sahara. Many of their officers Are Young frenchmen who seek Solitude and forgetfulness in the deserts after adventurous beginnings in Continental France. Two Given jail sentences. Two persons arrested yesterday by police were Given jail sentences by Justice Frank Armstrong. Arthur Vaughn pleaded guilty to a charge of Petit larceny in connection with alleged theft of paint brushes from a Painter and was Given a 20-Day jail sentence. Jim Beeler pleaded guilty to a vagrancy charge and likewise was sentenced to serve 20 Days in the county jail. You get Complete Protection when you buy on our Home Security plan what a wonderful flan Newman s written guarantee of Protection to you and yours in Case of illness death fire or unemployment is the greatest Protection Ever Given to homemakers. It s a wonderful plan because when you buy anything Here on tune payments you enjoy Complete Freedom from All worry Over what the future May hold. It keeps your Home Safe in Case of misfortune 1 you get $14.85 Worth of goods with every Washer this week everything you need for an efficient washing outfit not just the Washer alone mind you but All these pieces electric Washer 2 Roll a tubs Drain Hose  10 boxes Ronso  electric Iron with Cord  folding ironing Board you can t get away from it Newman s has the values $1.00 Down 1 of your Home is Wall space. Redecorating it can contribute most Home Beauty at least expense. For lasting loveliness choose from our selection of Imperial washable wallpapers. Guaranteed washable and fast to Light. Our new 1939 Imperial patterns surpass All others for exquisite Beauty. Beauty that lasts. See them identified by the Imperial Silver Label in our Sample books or in our showrooms. Sherwin Williams play chair Ana chair $109 famous Lehman make in solid Maple. A chair both Mother and baby can enjoy. Novi Thi Earth retail Branch 623 main Street phone 147 ask your decorator or paper Anoir to show you Imperial was Haili wallpapers this bedroom suite has exclusive Cedar storage drawers new and exclusive. These solid Cedar Utility drawers in the top Section of the Chest offer Ideal storage space for your smaller items. Striking new veneer effects this Fine bed vanity Chest and Bench is in deep Rich butt Walnut and hair lined Walnut combined with panels of genuine Mahogony. All drawers Are of solid Oak. Vanity Mirror is Large heavy plate Glass. Even the Bench is in Walnut veneer. 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