WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1049 Vatican Accused Of Enticing War Czech Paper Hurls Fifth Column Charge At Cardinal Spellman Br Rlclurd Kaslsrhkf PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia, Aug. 3. I/FI— Rude Prako. the Czechoslovak Communist organ, yesterday accused the Vatican and the Uonmri Catholic hicmrcliy of trying to provoke civil war In Czechoslovakia over the slate-Church strife. The newspaper sought to implicate Francis Cardinal Spellman of New York and what it called the "American organization" in the alleged plot, The charges were niarte in a long article by Andre Slmone, the pup. er'.s foreign commentator. It w'as entitled "The Vatican Fifth Col unm." The attack appeared after i week's lull in press assaults on the church. Slmone claimed the Vatican i working In cooperation with the "American organization" whose task, he said. Is to organize espionage and diversions In those countries which have deserted the capitalist system, "To this organization belongs Cardinal Snelhnan, who Is the Pope's schacht. because he raises SO per cent of the Vatican income and Is potentially ther mightiest mim of world Catholicism next'lo the Pope." the article declared. Allen Dulles, brother of Sen. John Foster Dulles IR-NY), was named «i a director of the alleged organization. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS sr (arrow N. Y. diivinf ill-law AAacKenzie Continued from Page 8 In Cliiiu-.se eyes—certain trails common to a typical Chinese solution tor such muddles as ihe Amethyst WHS in. Remember, there was no normal solution for It because one -side or the other would lose too much face. In such cases, the Chinese usually find an un-normal wjy out tlmt Isn't too hard on anyone. Till* isn't to say they had any part in (hiding Die Amethyst's way out. It Is to s&y that the Chlne.se people will accept i ( n.« an Intelligent way out if Rod propagandists let them. What the Reds say about it will therefore bo important. Many Chinese have been waiting (or some .men ca e that might answer 9 big question a lo^ of them have been asking—are the Chinese Conmm- ntsut Chinese first and Coimnumsi.s afterward or vice-versa? It's difficult lo think of a Communist letting the Amethyst RO, It's KKl) FAVS Off— WITH DilATll-Rpscuers attempt to free bod> cTosine^s'eye^'if^ tlmt Vwil'd'Tet ) of Charles Fuclis. 44. from wreckage of his car at Spring Valley, i a once valuable hostase eel away. Fuchs Rlieniiited to prove that SO-mile-an-hour speed Is sale : ll h»» happened many times, ; on namapo township's curving'highways. His daughter ami son- were hurt in the crash. IAI> Wirepbcito) Protestants Progressing In Move to Consolidate SOUTHAMPTON, Eng., AUK. 3— MV—The world's protcstiint churches are "making some progress" toward a merger. Methodist Bishop Ivan Lee Holt of HI. Louis said yesterday. Bishop Holt, leader of the. Methodist Union or the United Slates told reporters: "We are not yet In ssiht of unity of all proteslants. Whether or not we will unite to form one organization will be decided within the nest few' years." The churchman sailed for New York on I lie Cimard Liner Garonla. Ending a two-month tour of Europe. He recently attended an executive committee meeting ol the World Council of churches In Chi[ Chester. England, and has consulted with Hrlthh. French. Dutch and Danish protestani leaders. lldtime Vaudeville Star, teorge Moron, It Dead OAKLAND, Calif,, Aug. 3-M'j— George Moran, oldtlnie vaudeville radio entertainer, Is dead at 67. Up suJfercd n stroke, last Tuesday !light anrl was taken, unconscious, Highland Hospital, where he died Monday. Ratie Sadler, an associate, said Moran was a member of tfie "two ulock crows" vaudeville team which later went on the radio. He said ie and Moran had been preparing to revive the act for television. Charles E. Mack, one of the original members of the act, was killed an automobile accident. In l:i:H PAGE NINE, Kool-Aut Conseryot/'on of Natural c °hn said "the arre.st of Maiotie means a crushing Wow to the coim- tcr/citliiB activities throughout the nation." Grand Jury Committee Checking Conditions at Pulaski Penal Farm LITTLE ROCK, Ark., All?. 3. IIP] —A Grind Jury committee Investigating conditions at the Pulask) County Penal Farm t-s awaiting; an mutopsy report on the death of a prisoner last week. Richard A. Clift, 30-year-old Malvern war veteran who was flogged «t the farm, died July 27 In the Pulaski County Hospital. Hts death, the second of a county farm prisoner ,v,lth!n two weeks, was »Urlbuted to heat exhaustion, but hU father. J. R. Clift, Malvern. not- latlsfled with that conclusion, ii having an autopsy made. Prosecutor Edwin Dunaway, vho ordered the prison farm investigation following; Cliffs death, .said yesterday the Grand Jury committee will not report until it has received a Malvern physician's report on the autopsy on Cliffs body. W: T. Morgan,' penal farm superintendent, said Cltft was flogged on the day of his death. Clift and Adolph Christen,' 42. Little Rock, county farm prisoner who died July 14. had been sentenced to the penal farm on charges of drunkenness. Resources to be Talked By Agriculture Leaders FAYE-ITEVlLLE. Ark., Alls. 3. tAPj—Conservation of human and natural resources will be discu.s.sed riurinjt a three-day conference of Arkansas farm leaders at the University cf Arkansas here Aug. 22-24. The conference will be open to the public, but special invitations have been .sent to several leadin" iarmer.s of each county. Speaker.s will include Dr. H. B. James of the University of North Carolina. Dr. R. J. Doll of Kan.sa.s State College, Clarence P. 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