The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1949 · Page 10
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PAGE TEH BIA'THEVJLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, 'APRIL 13, 1949 THI NATION TODAY Marlow's Little Man Learns Through Experience Never to Expect Everything to Be Rosy Bv James Marlow WASHINGTON, April 13. (^(-Excuse me if I don't dance In the ,tr«t« .very time there's news ; of a great event, A little mail who lives In th« back of my head always taps me on the skull and says: "Whoa, Jack, let's wait before you cheer." it was In San* — ~ New U. S. Atomic Proving Ground? I remember how Francisco In 1945: The flags flying and the diplomats smiling and shaking hands like brothers while they hammered verbs nntl nouns »nd commas together in the United Nations charter. It was spring, a wonderful lime, everybody happy, and nil the pro. phets saying the U.N. would keep ^Ami then I saw the b!g powers slip into the charter the little sign marked "exit"—except they it the veto. I went off in a corner and sat down, sick with fear, because the little man got busy willi his tap- Ding in my skull, telling me: "Any time one of the big ones wants to get ornery, he can chuck In the veto, and when Hint hnpper you can kiss the peace niul Ihe UN goodbye, my boy." And sure enough, he called lln shot The Russians dragged in th. veto, twisted its tail, and lieat th diplomats over the head till the U.N. looked like Ime I hear about something meat diplomats do, 1 listen for the little nan. and he always makes that apping sound and stvys: H may linn out wonderfully well, but take a cool look before •ou shoot off firecrackers." with It picnic Llll Hie v.i'. .-- - . ground at 5 p.m., on the fourth ol July, when the crowd is gone. Last week the Atlantic Pact was signed, greatest living testimonial to the failure of the U.N. Fanfare lights, movie cameras. television, speeches by the dlplo- • mats, tons of publicity, and plenly of talk of how this would slop Russia'. Sugnesls Holding filters And later more hurrahs when the State Department said we and Prance and Britain had finally agreed on how a new German republic should be set up in Western Germany, no matter what kind of government the Russians set up In Eastern Germany. And both limes, on the pact and the German business, the little man got out his hammer mid beat my brains and said: ••Now lake it easy before you throw your hat in the air bccniise . we'll have to wait and see whether it really turns out as tine as It's lupposed to do." The Atlantic pact may be a fine and wonderful thing, and It may throw a block on Russia and save the Western world, but first we have to see how it really-works and whether Congress votes enough money to help our allies get armed. Here's what I'm trying to sny: Just saying it's fine and wonderful Isn't enough; making it that way is the Important thing, because the world Is caught in a hurricane nnd the sea Is running high. And as far as Germany goes, Hier« may be plenty of trouble ahead, because we and Britain and France have slipped some vetoes into the agreement on Germany. Still Plagued by Vetoes And 1 sometime if Prance doesn't like something wham, in goes .the veto. And sometime if we don't like something, wham, in goes the veto. And now some of the Germans- German Socialists taking part In setting wp the new govcrmonk— • re sore as hens over some of the rules that we and Britain nnd France are laying down, the things we're telling the new German republic It can't do before it's even born. All three whipped Germany and have their troops there, and don't want Germany to get too muscular again. Telling the Germans what they can do is the right of the victor; but the Germans, or some of them, don't seem happy. So that may mean trouble hi the future. So all I'm saying Is that every Me Math Names Two Plant Board Members LITTLE ROCK, Aplil 13. f/Pl — Governor McMalh yesterday appointed two additional members of the Arkansas Plant Board. They arc Prpd Darr.ijill. LU'.le Rock and George Dunklln, Pine Blufl. The two additional members to represent feed and fertilizer denier, were authorized by an act of tlv 1919 legislature The governor also »ppolnte< Floyd Fnlker.son, Buucum. lo sue ceed Robert H. Alexander. Scot on the board, Dr. Robert A. Leflar. Fayoltevilli University of Arkansas law sclwx dean; Ed L. Wright, Little Rock niul Joe C Bin roll. Jono.sboro. wei rMppointed to the Arkansas Slai Laws Commission. The commUssio studies laws of other stales makes recommendations to tl Arkansas legislature. Reports from Australia say an agreement Riving the U.S. use of » rocket range ,n the desert areas of central Australia (dotted line) n conjunction with deal Britain and Australia will be made soon It was reported the U.S. needs more space than that available al Los Alnmos and While .Sands, N.M., ranges. American atomic ex- ptrts have been hampered by the fact that the.latest atornic warhead rockets al their maximum distance would land In inhabited areas in New Mexico. Arrris Pledged To Repel Only Major Attacks WASHINGTON, April 13. OT— Secretary of Slate Acbcson said today the North Atlantic security treaty carries an obligation to use armed force "only In the clear case a major armed attach" on any the pact members. The secretary's detailed views on le treaty were set forth yesterday a report which president Truman ent to the Senate along with the act Itself. The treaty does not contain al automatic commitment" to war U-heson said. 'The obligation upon each part; s to use Its honest judgment as t< ctlon it deems necessary to re tore and maintain the security o he North Atlantic area and ac ordlngly to take such action a t deems necessary." he said I his report to Mr. Truman. "Such action might or might no nclude use of armed force depend ng upon circumstances and th gravity of the attack. $7,268 Is Contributed To Blind Auto Victim LITTLE ROCK. April 13. WJ—A to'.al of $1,268 lia.s boon contributed lo defray medical expi'n.sc.s of a blind nmn who was struck down by an automobile which did not stop after Hie mishap. Contribution!! Ironi civic orga- nization. 1 - and individuals have bee tallied by the Stale Welfare De partnu'Dt. Condition of the victim, Marsha! Stroiid. who was hit on a Lilll nock street two weeks ago, was s!U to l>e slightly Improved loday a Arkansas Baptist Hospital. Police still are seeking the drive of the car. Arkansan to Speak At Memphis Meeting MEMPHIS, April 13. I/Pi—Charles T. -Evans, vice president of the Arkansas Power ancl Light Company, will address a chamber of Commerce group meeting here Thursday. L-ee McCourt, chairman of the chamber's industrial council, said the occasion will he the first foreman- manage merit dinner of 1949. The dinners are held, lie said, to recognize the role played by supervisory personnel in successful business operation. three Indicted Charges of Tapping Phones NEW YORK, April 13. (fF>—Three len were Indicted by a New York County grand jury yesterday in Its investigation ol an alleged plot to ap telephone wires of Mayor WU- lam O'Dwyer and oilier city offl- Isls, , The indictment contained ttwte counts involving illegal wlr« tapping. Those named were: Kenneth £ Ryan, a former city detective. Edward M, Jones, a former Treasury Department agent. John G. Broady. an attorney lor Clendenir. J. Ryan, wealthy leader of an organization opposed to O'Dwyer's reelection. Kenneth E. Ryan, 45, already has been charged with unlawful flight from custody. He fled through window at city hall while being questioned In the wire tapping Investigation. District Attorney Frank S. Hogan said the first count in the indictment charged conspiracy to commi illegal wire tapping, a misdemeanor The second and third counts, he said, are felonies and charge the unlawful lapping of a telephone. To Study Germany HAMBURG, Germay — (Ft*)— A vacation course for British teachers of German is to be held in Brunswick, British zon«, this summer. About 80 British ttachers and nln« members of the inspectorate o* schools will attend. Prominent Germans will give lectures on present- day conditions in Germany, Read Courier News Want Adj. Scott Alley SIGN & NEON SERVICE • Better Signs • Belter Service SOU So. 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