The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1949 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 12, 1949
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?AGB TEH BLYTHEVTLLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS ' THURSDAY, MAY 12, 194f» " Reds, Socialists Differ on Alliance Testimony Brings Out Opposite Views On Atlantic Pact WASHINGTON. May 12. <it Spokesmen for Ihe Communist and Socialist parties took opposite Rides yesterday on the North Atlantic Security' Alliance. ! Eugene Dennis, general secretary' of the Communist Party, called the pact "nRgressive"-flnd told the Sen- 'ate Foreign Relations Committee that this country "cannot even pretend to good faith" in negotiations with Russia If U, is ratified. He areued also that II "commits the United Slates lo forcible suppression of all popular movements" in -signatory nations. Norman Thomas, veteran Icaiti'r of American Socialists, argued before the same Senate group that failure lo ratify the pact "miclit he .H tremendous jolt lo Mvcrnment.s and parties in Europe on which the hope of democracy depends." Though lie approved the pact. Thomas cautioner! that pravc dangers are inherent in it. Thomas said he has received no answer lo his otiestion whether military men believe -we can make Western Europe invulnerable if the Russian hlsli command should dc- cirie lhat the hour had rump to attack." May Slrcnethen .UorMr He said American actions may convince the world of our sincere Intent lo act aeainst acviic^sors and "thus slrencllieil the niornlc o! our friends and weaken our i»- lenlial enemies." Then he added: "Alonp thai line of argument lie dangers: Ihe danger of raisintr false hopes: the danger of bnilnlnc \ip a whole network of military machines insatiably cryine for more; the dancer of aggravating ralher than minimizing the armament race without compensative guarantee of lhal prcearious thing—military scciur- ity." To guard flgalnsl these dangers. Thomas suggested: (11 The United Stales must "steadfastly oppose" Spain's entry Into the pact. 12) The pact must not furnish moral or economic aid "to the Tcretchcd colonial wars" In Indonesia and Indochina. HI A declaration lhal the pffecl of the pact must be to reduce nnd not Increase arms expenditures. Wants Arms Hacc Ended Ml An appeal by the United Elates for an end to the armament race "under effective international controls which would make the pact Of Spain, Thomas s-'ifl": "It nonsense to say that in a mllll- jcn.-=e the povcrty-^trkkcn. ti r cri Spaniards, most of whom h Franco, would ho an as=et (lo t'-c pacU. The cnlv use of Spain be as s prFslhle b^stinn behind Pyrrnres for Amerlrsn troops « the rest t f Enropr had breci ov •rim hv Communist (orcrs. . To take Suain into the pad would hi crynirally to [lout any content lot of concern for dnmocvarv ° r f 1 "' *he moral character of govern- mrnt." riusMR. inlqht not ai first accept intcrnntionnl confrol of ur Thomas paid. Hul lie n American appeal "which \v»n!d bear fruit sooner than we, think. 1 ' Sleep COOL this summer Boy Orphaned rn Memphis Bank ?oJber Enters nnocent Plea MEMPHIS. May 12. (/IN—A poised iml polished Clyde Milton Johnson ippearcd In Federal Court here ves- erday lo enler a plea of Innocent o charges of bank robbery. His rial was set tentatively for June 6 Johnson "the FBI's most wnnt- ed criminal." was wounded and •aptiu'cd last month by FBI agents n Indianapolis. He wus relnrnco lere Monday from the Terrc Haute Hid., prison- hospiUI where he re- •nperated from (wn hiillel wounds lie received in (he battle with Ihe Federal agenls. .Speaking easily and lapidlv. Johnson lold Judge Marion S. Boyd he would prefer employing his own lawyer, but until it is decided whe liter he ran sell his expensive an iomohilc. Johnson accepted llr services of a court-appointed at toiney. He is nccnseri of robbing a Mem phis bank o[ $-1:1.000 last I-'ebruarj John Kugcne Alldflson has ahead been sentenced by a Federal Cour to 20 years In prison and line $5,001) for his part in Ihe robber nnci Is now awaiting trial on sim tlai state charges. Mongrel Pup Rescues oy from Vicious Dog OJU.KSPIR, Pa.. May 12. W)—A llle mongrel doi? was the toast t his neighborhood yesterday for crfonnlng the greatest heioism of s kind—.saving his ma-ster. 'Hie dog, Chubby, jumped into ie fray when he saw his master, ackle fitrickler. 4. being mauled by larger dog. Chubby fought Ihe t; until family members rescued he child. Jackie Is in fair coiull- ion at. a hospital where attaches aid on car was lorn off and a acial nerve paraly/.ed. The boy's ranclmolhcr said the large dog sud- lenly attacked llle boy while the wo were playing in the yard. Catches 'Fish and Chips' SYnNKV. Australia _ W —An amateur fisherman. Mi'. Arch Wiley. it fishing at Murwillumbah, New South Wales. Australia, and caught meal of fish and chips. Wiley threw his line into Cudgen Creek and immediately caught a large Ilathcad, which ulgccl in the middle. The bulge was caused by a ge potato, five Ichc.s long. Hollywood Continued from Page 8 "is none of you!' business. In "The Great Waltz" In San Francisco. Seventeen and one third million women \veio employed in the United Stales in November, 10-18. Prcd Astairc and Hetty liultou will do three dance routines together In "Little Boy Blue." One will be lo Ihc lunc of "Can't Stop Talking About Thai Man.' Judy VacaU'.s Judy Garland has moved out of the big mansion .she shared with husband Vincent Minnclll and into smaller piace... Ava Gardner is! a brunel again... .Clark Gable made a hole In one on the Bel Air g course... .Paulelle Goddard says she's retiring from the Hollywood screen unlli 1950. She'll sojourn In Mexico and Spain, where she may do a film. Republic \vill cash In on the Hying disc publicity with a film. "Disc Men of the Skies." as a 12-espl- sode serial Vic Mcl.aslfii is uv> for the role Wallace Bccry's death led vacant in ".Johnny Holiday." ...Ralph Morgan is getting nothing but raves for his performance It's our family's whiskey, neighbor-and neighbor, it's IMPORTANT MESSAGE Gary Hein, live, watches from a olKhbor'R tJnoi'wny us coroner's! pnLirs remove bodies of his moth- 1 or Htid fjithpi trnm (heir limm? l» j tUe, Wash. The father. Sylvester 1 Hein. shot and killed his \VL[R and I then himself, friends of Ihr two said ihr oslrniiRod husband had tliiTatPiiPd his \vile frequently. iAP Wirephoto.) 1,500 Head of Cattle Auctioned in Memphis MEMPHIS. May 12. Iff}— Farmers or nine slnlcs indmllng Arkansns (•nll.slgncd soniu 1500 bond of cat- Lie and 1000 head of hogs lo Ihe first \ven!>ly livestock aiicltnn here yesterday at (lie Owen Hros. Horse and Mule Commission Co. The auction will be. held each Vcrtnesday hercnricr. 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