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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1949 BLYTIIEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS Big 4's Success Hinges on Reds Acheson Says It p> Depends on Soviets Following U.S. Plans By Jolin M. IliKhloivrr WASHINGTON, May 12. t/pi— Secretary of Stale Achpson Indl- calod yesterday Hint success of (lie rotnniB BlR Four conference on Germany will hinge on how far the Russians will KO along with plans already laid out by (lie Western po\vers. He told a news conference the United States Intends to demand full guarantees of civil riglit-s for the Germnn people and will not accept any proposals wlitcli do not provide for such guarantees. Acheson also made this statement, liiler authorizing direct tinolatioir "Whether a solution can be reached In Parts depends, of course upon the willingness of the Russians to make or consider proposals which will not retard In anj way whatsoever tile great progress which has been made by tlie Western powers In (heir effort to brlup as much of Germany as possible itito a condition where It can be a peaceful and constructive mem her of (he community of free nations in Europe." The meeting of the Big Four for Dixiecrats Seek Claim for Federal Taxes for States JACKSON, Miss.. May 12. Ifn— talcs fjighters win seek a constl- utlonnl amendment ngainst na- onalization of labor, business, tn- uslry or the professions. Approximately 3'25 delegates from slates, In session here Tues- ay, endorsed «n amendment which ould give the states a claim to ertaiu federal taxes. The amendment would shut off 11 federal power and control over 'ducation, elections, civil rights ace relations, wages, hours, work- US conditions, transfer of proper- y, police power, suffrage and £ ng. It would prohibit granting of Implied constitutional .lowers to Con- ;ress. and deficit financing. Under he States' Righters proposal, fetle- •al grants In aid would be admhi- stercd exclusively by the states and any provision reserving power and authority to .he .st tes noiv in the constitution would he liberally construed. Ben Laney, former Governor of Arkansas and States' Rights chairman for the past year, was re-elected, Named vice-chairman were Wallace W. Wright, Jackson businessman, and Leandcr Peres. Point A La Hache, La., political leader. flcart Courier News Want Ads. AcJu'Mm Gtti'S Furthest In setting the limits of America maneuvers at Paris, Acheson wen farther than any top American of ficial had gone to suggest publicl that if major compromises are t be made for agreement on Ger many they will have to be mad by Russia. Acheson praised to the limit the accomplishments of the Berlin airlift pilots and credited their ef- loits with defeat of the Soviet Japanese Movies Start Featuring Justice's Triumph TOKYO— («•)—Justice is brsln- niiiK to triumph ID Japanese movies, where It used to have an awful time even staying on the screen. It's all part of the new day in Japanese films under Ihc occupa- Justice triumphs so tlon. Sometimes triumphantly that It must astound tlie Japanese movie runs. One recent picture purports to be Ihc story of the right one Japanese fanner made against feudalism and oppression. It shows him whacking the daylights out of 22 Samurnl with • bamboo pole. The Samurai were the swaggering warriors of undent days who considered murder a pastime. One of these sword-swinging fellows could dispatch 20 farmers with bamboo poles—not the other wuy around. In the prewar movies. It was considered cti.stoinary for vilhilny to triumph. A Itltle free-hnmtcd murder and gangsterism was normal fnrc. George Gercke. New York. Grand Jury Frees Woman In Death of Landlord MINEOLA. N. Y., Mny 12. </V)— A Nassau County Ornml Jury luw" declined to Indict n 38 ycu'r old mother In the sluylng ot her landlord. The woiinui Mrs. ITorolhy Miners, wn.v freed trom Iho county Jntl Tuesday lo return to her husband anil two children, She hud been held since April 29 on a police charge of filially shooting her landlord, John A. Grudy, BO, us he fulfill wllh her husband. Police snlil the tight milled from Cirndy's complaint (lint (lie Miners were burning Hghls (no lulc. mid consuming too much electricity. lage photographer, Is shown in l-'cd-, eral Courthouse in New York nller she (estlfied in liinl of Communist; General MacArthur's watchdogs of Japanese movies. Gercke formerly was with The March of Time. Slotl was In the production Held. They read all scripts, By suggestion and advice they eliminate undue emphasis on suicide, uUrauuhannHsni, emperor worship and sex. While Japanese moviemakers — blockade of Berlin. But he declared that while everybody is delighted that the airtight brought an end to ttie blockade, no one should regard this development alone as having solved the problems of Germany. Actually, Acheson said, the end of the restrictions on Berlin merely restores the situation to what it was 10 months ago and makes renewed negotiations possible. Acheson also praised the German Parliamentary Council's approval of a draft German constitution for the Western Zones. leaders that, svhile acting as an FBI informant, silo donated $50 to the Communists' defense fund. She paid (he money early tills year while still a Communist Party member In good standing, "The FBI paid all ^"or^fr'^s^elen^'^'-ho ground out , 25 pictures last year—turn more to social themes nnd occnslonnlly "get In n pilch for Democracy" «s SJott put Jt, cnovle fans' tastes haven't chtin^ed much. UHriinntlonnlistlc or fciidnllsifc pictures arc still "big box office" in Jnpon and nre especially popular COMMISKlONKIfS SM.K NOT1CK Is hereby istvon tliut the uwterslftticd cotmnlsstoncr, In compliance with the terms of n drcicr rendered by (he Chancery Court for the chlrkiisawba District of Mississippi County, Arkan.sns. the 25th tiny of April, I1H<>. whcic- In Alva Panl.sh was I'liilnliff. No 10.50:! and Jiuncs K. Punish wa% Defendant, will soil at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash, or u ccrdlt til Ihlny duvs at Ihc front door of Ihc Com House, between the hours prescribed by law. In the City of lllvlhc- vlllc, Arkansas, on the 4th day o June. IBM. (lie following Pcrsonii property, (<i-\vll: One 1047 routine 5 passcnuc said under cross examination. Wirephoto.) (Al> Hike in House Members' Expense Accounts Ashed WASHINGTON, May 12. f/l'j— The House Administration Cuiiunlt- lec yesterday recommended tl*it House members be given an extra S3.000 a year for clerk hire and a $500 annual telephone and telegraph allowance. H approved a bill raising the clem In rural areas, he says. Read Courier News Want Ads. hire allotment (or each member from $0.500 to $12.500 mil providing (or the communications allowance. 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