The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 10, 1947
Page 7
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TUESDAY, JUNK 10, 1947 Communists Gain Foothold In S. America, Braden Tells House Appropriations Group BIiYTflKVlLLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Restrained WASHINGTON, June 10. (UP) Assistant, Secretary of State Simi- Ille Bracten believes that Cnmniu- nlsts in Latin America arc a •greater peril" than were thc Nazi mill columnists, the House appropriations committee reported today. Braden. whose resignation is cf- i fcctive June bO, told the committee [hiring hciirlngs on the animal fjo- ' S T. LOUIS, •"•iimcnt corporations supply bill Homicide squm next year that Communist, a- •*"-'—units started lo build up their organizations in Latin America years ago and "have come out more openly in recent, years." He said they are a greater ijcril than thc Nazis because the Germans In Latin' America were foreigners. "They did not get Into the na- lional life in the .same way as thc Communists get in," he, said. "The Commimisls get thc nationals of the country into their organizations and they particularly gel at-the labor classes which the Nazis ^-cre never able to do." •Braden, who headed the State Department, division of American republic affairs, appeared before the committee to support funds for thc Institute of Inter-American affairs and the Inter-American Educational Foundation, Inc. He gave his testimony prior to his resignation but it, was not made public until today. He estimated lhat there arc about 300.000 Communists i n thc South American area, 200 UDO .in Central America and the Caribbean area, and 74,000' in the United States. . He added dial although the' 'reported membership in Brazil was 130,000, the Communist vote in this year's Brazilian elections was 390, Crippled Girl's Death Puzzles St. Louis Police ~ Although, the number of Commn- ^Ji/its may be smalt in some areas. ^f- said, they manage to get a hiph percentage of their members ii^J key governmental positions. "Their whole program is to create chaos at every turn." he said. "They arc in every potential revolution and it docs not matter who is behind it-" "It may be started by an ultraconservative, but nevertheless !!)• Communists will join up with it because that is part ol their system of creating chaos. "Of course, hey ridicule and criticize our system of democracy." he said. "Thoughont Latin Amix' they have got men even in high positions." With a great deal of poverty throughout these areas, he said, the only way to "hit" Communism is to raise the standard or living and that "may take decades. The original intent of UIB rfjcc of inter-American affairs and edi/ catfcfea! foundation wu to crkte ? v °^3*f*e~^^ -«*•**• are raise June 10. (UP) - oxpci-s questioned doctors, nurses an 1 patients ,U City Infirmary today in 1,11 attempt to solve i.he mysterious drcwuing of a - M-vear-'old girl patient in an over'! iwing tub of scalding hot water. Detectives sought, llvj answer lo one question. How did Frances Urii'iinc, v.-hose' spastic paralysis prm-nt.vl hci from walking. ; ; et inly u. f . tub? Her wheel chair -AM; foil,id so feet away! , To learn Hip answer to that question, authoriti-; sin:'n.-<i on! ward patients for individual questioning. Among them w .ir. ;l ytnmK woman who was um'c.yoi::;.- 'mu tal treatment. Altj-irf-iiil Patricia Dwh fr.und the Ljn-rs body i,, ih; tub Hutiir- dny night. The (mi WV e- vap A i, running and the mu ha-t 0 \ci- flowcci. Th'.; i'lrl floated face ciown -illi thc s'onmini; water ]xmnti» do MI onto her. Dr-ath was attributed to drowning, however, i,:lh fxv.l.ling as a secondary cause. D'jctois I who performed an auio;>:iy found a slight contusion r>:\ the '>H ^de ol hr:.- head. ' Miss Davis admitted lliF't siic ,had left Frances >; -JA ..tfier young paltcnts una>tended for •>•; minutes Saturday :ii.jht -.vhile she assisted in fccdlni; sotna babies In another part of the building Three for Ou« i N ( ,( u C'oiirpirrw iic-twccii two and onc-lmlf and - 1M an has not coiuiucrcd thc air •mec Billions of milk ure required as w» so tiL'tpiently hrnr Ills nbll- ." make on cpound of butter, <lc- Hy to lly 1ms come from a study * iiiiUB on thc richness of the ot thu nir and adapting himself " UIK - | lo it. • PACK Supreme Court Splits 3 Ways On Strike Case LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 19. ^P> — in an unusual lhr<>f>-"<-»\' split the Arkansas Supreme Frank Marccllo Is restrained by police "offiVe'i-s""frotn leaping"lit "his brother-in-law, Frank Vtenri, during a coroner's inquest In Chicago. The inquest was helot in connection with the fatal .sliraitiii,; ( ,f viMiia'.s wife, who died as a rcsiiii. of bullet wounds allegedly inlltcted by Viana during a- quarrel over the custody ol thc lamilv s two small children. (NBA Telcphoto ) ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BKAffOS 126 W.MAIN ST. PHONE 515 I***l • iMmf Couiiitttnl K»lf i In.urK 4 HulnMDt. Ade- OoBlnct Htullii HUc. llt}ni« fttrrict fe Btor»te Co, pk«M aioi Justice Griffin smith and c«n- ciin-cd in by associate Justices J. S. Holt. Ed McFaddln and Minor Miikwec, One dissenting opinion was cd by Associate Justices Frank O. Smith and E. L. Mrllancy who asserted that they believed the evidence justified conviction of all three Negroes. The third opinion came from A.i- _ ...... sociate Justice R. w. 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