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TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (AHK.y COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB THE NATION TODAY Scrcrtcfi/ng of Peace Pact Pens Echoes Around the World And Eyes of All Nations Turn to UN J By James Marlow WASHINGTON, April 5. W)—Tile bifiS'-if. sound In the world todnj is the echo from the scratching of pens, a ^lild sound any other lnue but not today. Yesterday statesmen of 12 western nations signed the North Atlantic pact,, a 20-year military alliance against UUKsia and Communism. The signing is an open conlcssion that J'.-j years alter World War II the world has failed to find a way to keep peace peacefully. So now the nations climb into* their armor and wait. ' And no soothsayer can tell where the forces set In motion yesterday will end. Real peace for a long time? Maybe. War with Russia? Maybe. And today (lie signers, or some of them, clashed to New York for the newest session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, that huge monument to men's ability to get along. Only four years ago this month statesmen of the allied world assembled in San Francisco to manufacture the U.N. out of men's ancient hopes and new desires for peace. Instead of a temple of peace they built, to the horrified bewilderment of the world, a crude sounding board for hymns of hate, name- calling, obstruction, anger, and distrust. f \\\ Eyes Again on U. N. The proof of the fnUurc of U.N. to do what It was supposed to do was the sound of pens scratching on the Atlantic; treaty yesterday. So the statesmen of the 58 member nations of U.N, flocked to the general assembly opening, as the these: We must keep down expenses; Russia is so strong it can rim over our European allies and capture the arms we sent them. But It we don't help our allies arm. then what real men nine will the pact have? It's too soon to say for sure. They may lose faith in us and lose the will to resist Russia. If that happens, the pact will be ns useless as the United Nations. Or. they may be satisfied to depend upon our promise in the pacl to fight for them if Russia attacks Robbed Widow Feels Los Angeles Unhealthy New York Times says, in a mood of "deep depression and despondency." Russia will be there. So will the big Western powers. Russia will be surrounded by her fr' -mis, the Western powers by their friends. It will be an ugly thing to hear. The 12 siRiier.s of the Atlantic agreement are the United Stales, Canada. Britain, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, Denmark, Iceland. Portugal, Italy. But their signing the pact doesn't mean it's in operation, state-craft doesn't work that simply. There are wheels within wheels. Befire the pact has any meaning, it must be approved by the various governments whose statesmen came here with their pens. Signing was only the first step. The other countries undoubtedly will give it full approval. They're ^ glad to be lined up with the giaiv f strength of the United States be hind them as a bulwark and chain pion against Russia. Senate Action Awaited But the real fate of the pact lie with the U.S. Senate. It must ap prove before we can take part. It' expected to dp that. But— -, That isn't all. Under the agree mciil the pact members are sup posed to arm themselves and hel one another arm. To aid them this. President Truman is expecte to ask Congress soon for the mone needed, estimated at around SI 250.000,000 the first year. On that point Congress may bal voting only a little of the money none at all. Why? For reasons like LOS ANGELES, April Theft of jewels she valued at $434.000 has convinced wealthy Mrs. Eugenia Clair Smith that Los Angeles is not a healthy place for her. "I'm getting out of here." the Reno, Nov., widow of coffee magnate William Edgar Smith told police. "I'm afraid the burglars inignt come back and I fear for our safe- she said she still has Jewels ilued at more than $1,500.000. She said that her 14-year-old son iid a maid returned to another oil's mansion Saturday to find thoroughly ransacked and the ems missing. The burglar;: had badly beaten ,er shepherd dog. They had missed, lowevcr. a small fortune in other ewels and fuis and $4,000 in cash. Price Supports Held Essential Cabinet Member Says Policy of Aiding Farmer Pays Dividend WASHINGTON, April 5. <AI>> Secretary of Agriculture Bniminn says government support o( farm prices should be continued to prevent another "farm-fed" national depression. The program, he adds, has proved its worth as a "stabilizer" of the national economy dut'ing the past 2 months' period ol downward ad- ustincuts in farm prices. Biannan gave his views In tesli- nony before the House Appropriations Subcommittee which drafted tlic money supply bill for the Agrl culture Department for the fiscal year beginning next July 1. His testimony was made public yesterday. I believe," he said, "that price snpixjru arc n fundamental nnd essential part of our total economy Dial they have K proper basis, and should be continued unless somebody develops 'a very much better improved mechanism for accomplishing the same purpose." Brannan declined, however, to ex press himself on the issue of whethe (lie ilexible price support system o the long-range Aiken law suits Truman administration views. The Alken system is due to go Into eflect next January. But a strong farm bloc in Congress is demanding it' be changed to provide for higher level supports. The secretary Is expected to outline administration views in testimony before the House Agriculture Committee later this week. Brannan said that financially, agriculture is still generally strong, but the peak of prosperity for farmers seems definitely to have passed. Tax Commission Visits Agencies In Other States LITTLE ROCK, April 6— (IT)— Members of the new Arkansas Tax Commission are going to find out this week how similar commission In Oklahoma operates. Chairman O. P. Newton, Commissioner Ernie Wright and Field Director Eldon Brown of the Arkansas commission went to Oklahoma City todny. Arkansas commissioners ulrcad; have visited the Mississippi commission and plan future conferences with commissions In other states probably Missouri and Tennessee. "o/ice Still Seeking t and Run Driver LITl'LE ROCK. April 5. l/I'l—Po lice still are seeking the driver o an automobile which struck dowi a blind man here and left him lyln in tlv; street. Capt. George Knapp, traffl commissioner, said loday no clues had been found adding: "W are .still investigating every tip w gel." Meanwhile, the condition of 11 victim. Marshall Stvourt, was dc scribed as "slightly improved but still critical" at Arkansas Baptist Aorley Asks Dismissal Of Suit Attacking New tote Income Tax Act LITTLE HOCK, April 5. <AP> — knnsiis Revenue Commissioner Ueun Morlcy yesterday sought dls- ilssal of a suit attacking constl- ullonal validity of & 1949 legisla- vo act revising the stato Income ax law. Ho filed a demurrer to the suit nought by Pratt C. Heinmel, Little Rock insurance mini, in Pulaskl Ihuncery Court. Morley'K motion contended the ilnlnllll failed to slulo a ciiuso foi ictlon. The act to which Kcmmcl ob- lectcd abolishes credit for rodent ncomc tux payments In computing state income taxes. Ho seeks a refund on his stule lax for 1941). PMA Officials Confer On Need tor Crop Data LITTLK ROCK, April 5. (AP)— .cprcsentattves from eight Arkun- as counties today discussed plans or untliiTlng clop ncrcngo cluln. J. L. Wright, stuto executive- of- ccr of Iho Production and Mar- ellng Administration, suld the data re needed because of the poi blllly of marketing quatus or acre- IRO allotments In tho next few Bonds to Speak LITTLE ROCK, April 5 (/!>) — Arkansas r -.'ducatlon Commisslono A. B. Bonds will s]>cak at a rcglona education conference at Ft. Wortl: Tex., beginning today. Hospital. Civic organizations and hullvid mils Imvc contributed $606 to pay for the medlciil treatment ol Stroud who was to have been mar rled this week. Acreage allotment! hovo not been n effect on cotton and wheat since 1912, and complete crop records h»ve lot been kepi since then, he said. Attending the meeting were PMA idmlnistralive officers, committee- Eye Troubles I cyo uunolo contimiully pcjaibli Lon't wiiui Consult yonr cyo doeloi lo sooiliu urilnmry tired, liiKutL'i irnlUK. MuJiliiK i-yL-.-i. Dulho tluini with vojink. JU s'cura mia'es.v I'ruiKrct oumiicln Moiioy rplumlcil it mil Illicit del l.iivoiHJk lodny tKyo- icmdKi), At nil ilniBKlfits. men and eterkA from Pmulknet; Grant, Lonokt, Perry, Puljutt, Bft- lino, White and Y«U counties Cor E. Bolfrei, PMA dl*trtct •upenriior, presided. • ; Head Courier New* Want CHANGE of LIFE? Aru you going UiruURh the functional 'tii Id die one' ;ir>rl<Hl juxmllur lo womcu <3R to til yrn)t L>w» I hi* make you • uftpr from hot Itrwiliw, fcal to ntrv- oiu, htuli-edtiiiK. tlroeU Then BO try l.yilLa E. ritiklLKm'i VegeUhU Com- 1 1 omul to rilluva »uoh aymptomi. 'titXImm'* Ouiniicumd »l*o hat what l>oi'[oni c*ll K iCouifcchlc to 11 to effect I IYD1A E. PINKHAM'S VCCEFABU BABY CHICKS Healthy, Sturdy • Buy the Beat • Master Mix Feed None Finer Lewis Poultry 419 East Main Phone 3317 Meetings on Regional Education Scheduled LITTLE ROOK. April 5—</P)— Twelve regional education conferences will he held in Arkansas this iionHi for discussion of school finance, school records, enmneratiorf, school law and reorganization. State Education Commissioner A. B. Bonds yesterday announced these sites and dates for the conferences: Arkansas Tech, Russellvillc, April 12; University of Arkansas. Fayetteville, April 13; grade school auditorium. 'Harrison. April 14; Arkansas College, Batesvillc, April 12; Arkansas State College. Jonesboro, April 13; high school, Forrest City, April 14. A. and M. College, Montecello, April 10; A. and M. Magnolia, April 20; Henderson Teachers College. Arkadelphia, April 21; Courthouse, Nashville. April 19: high school. Mena, April 20; high school, Little Rock, April 21. Jonesboro Man Begins Sentence for Murder; Pleads for 'Friend' DETROIT, Mich., April 5— </P)— Two [lien sentenced to serve life terms in the -slaying of an elderly Detroit contractor entered the state prison of Southern Michigan. They were Ralph Ray Hunter. 25, and James Sacchetti, 32, convicted i last Friday night by an all-woman jury of the slaying last June 12 ^ of Elmer D. Jones. [ Mrs. Evelyn Lari, 22, was acquit- j ted of guilt in the slaying. Weeping. | she was released to "go home to my : children." I The mandatory life sentence was imposed Saturday by Recorder's Judge Joseph A. Oillis. Before sentence, Hunter pleaded for Succhetti, telling Judge Oillis: "That man," tiie former Marine said, pointing at his companion, "is guilty of but one thine—of being my friend. He's not guilty. I am, but I acted In self defense." 125 HEAD of Registered Walking Horses Read courier News Want Ads. FRIDAY APRIL 8 The Public Is Invited C. G. 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