The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1947 · Page 11
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^THURSDAY, JUNK r,, 1047 £L Dominate echosbvakia Communists Set Up Two Separate Units; Gain Many Offices I! YIIELKN UiiUcil ITCSS siaff CorrcsTiondent) Ir.iAGUE. June 5.—The Czecli: Communist Party is tlic political jxirty j,, i ll( , c Oml . , Mts x'lJieseiiUuives liolii most ••' the clijff government.-!) ir.i'liuliiiB UK- premiership and niri- istrios of interior, social welfaie which inrlndcs labor, finance and information. Arliuilly llierc are two Comiuunrl p-'riics in Cgerlioslovakla. leelini- ciilly indcpnuleiit nlthoueli alwa's in close accord on major issue.-; and usiiiil.y in a<Ti'fcnirnl on minor one, Die nnrly which calls itself c?."choslovak -> is confined to the i.wch ];arl of the country Boha mfa-Moravia-Silcsia. In Slovnki i where lhe parly is i n the minoril-' it is know,, ns the Comimim-t I'nrly of Slovakia, Tiie iwo Communist pmlies to- eolher have an rsliinati-,1 1,700 000 meinhers j n a country witli aljo'lt V.Vn.roi rorislered voters Thi'v '•ollrcl ate)5303 vote., at n, e M.iv 20 elections. Only about 30.000 of tlie 1,703 000 were member.; of the Communist IKIIIV beiore tlie war. The pre-war inrtv was a small, disciplined unit, r-c-v.er i] m i half of ils member*'' siirvived the. war nna occupation At least, seven complete executive committees were '"liquidated" by the BTomhcrs Uninformed Partv leaders say the majority of today's members don't kno'.i what Communism is all about O:ie said (lie party's election .suppurl ^$1 most of its present memlwrslih *'j l Y, r " lm tllofc wll ° n ! ) l"' 01 'e'l it's ].;«jt-liberation program and actions, r 'W™ tlmn from convinced idcolo' pic.il Coiumunists. They Picked a Good BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Youth Pleads Own Case And Wins an Acquittal Before Jury in St. Louis ST. LOUIS, June 5. (U1 J )— Arthur Morris. 19, or New York, tided us nls own attorney mid ivuts freed today of a burylnry chaw l;j- it circuit court Jury. Courtroom spectators agrml tlmt It was his Impressive mpis-exnm- luatloii of wlltu'sses tiid s rinBlut; closlny itrijument Hint cum inc^t Hie jury. The yotilli, however, will have to serve four years In prlsj'i us a result of ii conviction last month oil a similar chinge. I" that (rial. Morris was defended by an attorney. Flag Week Proclaimed •LITTLE HOCK, Ark., June S. (UP»—The week of Jmiu 8-IS li.ts liee.u ]>raclaiiiiccl "F!:ti! Week" by I Oov. Hen I.nney. founded." "I'd like lo know the source of Ills informal ton." Oirkson said. Rep. Joint nankin, Mississippi Dwiiocrnl, refused d, say whether lie agreed with the professor's conclusions, lint |,e remarked with a shrill-: "The time Ims come to draw lhe mantle of charity over r.ll Dial." , a Hollywood They plan to marry next Valentine's Day. Party ideology also is idfferait from thai, before the war Ma-s membership and the acceptance of joint responsibility in lh e sovern- ivent have obliged the purtv to discard many of its dicta. The narly no longer Insists on complete collectivization, it.s prop[""»"H emphn.siz^ rei.-enled.'v that He land should be owned bv those who work on it. The party line nlso supports small shopkeepers n°ul other small scale buslncs men. But it nermiis n o retreat" from ona,, zn(l0n nf t| , c , f cn _ ials primary ra w matev- Rci-olutJon has disappeared from "in uartv vocabulary in the old ?H,u,- r 111 " VV " nt U:c P«tv now! stands for is yen- dose to the cvo- iiiioimry .socialism preached for Professor Maintains Charges That Lincoln 'Tricked' South fiend Courier News Want Ads. WASHINGTON. June 5. (UP)A college history professor, who accused Abraham Lincoln of "tricking tlie Soutli into the Civil War," stuck to hi s (tuns today while Congressmen debated the logic and the propriety of his remarks. Prof, diaries C. Tansil) of <3eor- getown University admitted he was somewhat surprised at the controversy stirred ui> by his remarks at a Jefferson Davis memorial observance. ''My idea is to toil the truth in history." explained the professor. "What is to be gained from perpetuating the Lincoln lc»end? It's .;ood Republican legend", but win- do we liM-e to pussyfoot?" Prof. Tanslll slid his speech still! stands—that the great emancipator lilayrd "fast and loose" with the South in order to get them to fire ^n Fort similer, touching off the War Between the States." A Texan by birth, the professor! admitted he i.arf more than an Kartomic interest in the war. I "I had two grandfathers on the Confederate side." he said. "One an inspector general n nd the other a major. They fought with distinction." On Capitol Hill, Republicans said they were, more pained .than an- serr-tl nbnut the attack on their political patron | Rep. Everett M. Dirksen, who rep rcsonls Lincoln's old Illinois con Bivsslonni district, said he thonj-n the proiessor's chargc.s were "mi ENRICHED FLOUR Have you ever seen anyone leave part of a GRAPETTE? GHAPETTE has a flavor you enjoy ANYTIME, thirsty or not! FOR MORE MEAT, LESS WASTF. I'LL TAKE The Kroger Cut removes excess bone, waste and strfiijljirts before the meat is weighed and prieeil! 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