The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 24, 1946
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 2f 1946 Soviet and U.S. Delegates Clash Soviet Allied Control Council Member Criticizes Atcheson TOKYO, July 24. (UP) — Soviet »nd American representatives on the Allied control council for -Japan clashed again today when Lt. Gen. Kuatm Derevyanko accused Chairman George Atcheson, Jr., of try- iishmcnts* ing to force personal opinions on They were guests at a luncheon French-Soviet Policies Delay Economic Recovery of Germany WASHINGTON, July 24. (UPl — Roy Howard, publisher of the Scripps-Howard newspapers, today praised the effectiveness of the American military government in Europe, uul warned that economic recovery of Germany and Austria was being delayed by French one! Russian policies. Howard and 10 oilier publishers and editors arrived here by ulnne yesterday after a one-month tour of the military government estnb- Manhunt Over, Youth Quietly Returns Home jlven by Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson. Ludwell Denny, Scrlpps-Hownrd writer who accompanied the party to Europe, re- there. "It wns obvious to all of us." the Jour power group. Derevynnko's charge was contained In a formal statement rend during ihe council's bi-weekly ses- Ekm. He said .he was "obliged to protest" against Alchcson's "quite- groundless and extremely biased remarks" on Russian recommendations for Japanese labor legislation. ."I believe the activities of tfc council will be bettered If all Its members, including Mr. Chairman, •will act In a spirit of genuine cooperation and not attempt to force individual likes and dislikes on each other and the council as a whole,*' Derevyanko said. The Soviet representative, who has clashed with Atcheson several limes during the council sessions, accused the American delegate assuming an "unobjectivc attitude 1 ' toward recommendations and suggestions of the council. Such an attitude. Dercvynnko said, "reflected upon" the Initiative of other council members in setting forth essential problems of the occupation |K>1-' icy. Derevyanko said he thought The council was "not the proper place for ideological disputes." Offers ConfisraUon Proposal ''We meet here not for the pu r pose of listening to pretentious and argumentations on Communism and Fascism," the Russin.ii delegate sal;!. Derevyanko earlier had proposed confiscation of "all Fascist, militaristic and anti-Allied literature in Japan." Alcheson declared that such a plan would require "Nazlllke methods" and that a matter of principle would bi sacrificed for no practical gain. "It would be an entirely different matter if there were In progress a propaganda campaign for the distribution and snle of such publications, but such is not the case, Atcheson said. "On the contrary, the Japanese government continues to colled propaganda pursuant to the supreme commander's directive of March 17,' he added. : Under the proposed Soviet plan SL central commission would be established under the Japanese nun istry of education. AH Fascist am anli-All'cd books would be purged The Japanese government would b given two weeks to draft a law pun ishing anyone guilty of hiding ol> jecttonable literature. Derevyanko's plen for Allied alert ness against any possible revival o militarism in Japan was supporlc by British and Chinese represents lives. They disapproved details ( • the plan, however, as not in keepli! with democratic practices. llltntlon of those countries. He said the question of what Russia will do is "more or less academic "until France makes up WYNNK. Ark., July '24. <UP>her mind. And France, he added, shavcJ and washed, Ira Smith was back home today helping his mothot with chores while posse members wondered with uinnxcmcnt how the 30-year-old faun youth ha-1 eludec a widespread search with bio xl- hounds. Ira had been gone lor 25 days finally sllpplui; out of dense wood into Ills farmhouse. lieanlcd and his clothing tat torcd. Ira refused to say any except that he had followed a cilU- in the woods to get home. HI other and two brothers were sal- slled that he was home. Ira was kicked In the head by a orsc 14 years a*o, his family said, nd he Just doesn't care to say nuch. Once before Ira vanished ,to the woods and later returned uictly. Ills latest escapade caused one won't decide until a decision Is made on disposal of Germany's Saar Industrial region. "The American public has a stake in this result," Howard .said. "As long as Germany (ails to reach a position where she can .sustain herself economically, the American taxpayer is going to Imv. 1 to foot the bill Involved In preventing starvation and avoiding political and economic chaos." He .said the IjlK problem Ihe party encountered was whether emphasis should be placed on punlsh- lor of the Washington Star sal Howard told a reporter, "that t;'".,mentof Germany, or on safeguard. 1 Hint re-deployment, of U. S. troop. ing against Germany from again has hampered occupation author economic restoration of Germany'?, small Industries cannot proceed unj. til France and Russia are willing to Join Britain and the United States in bringing about unification." He emphasized that this did not mean restoration of Germany's heavy war Industries. Howard praised the work of Gen, Joseph T. McNnrncy, Chief of U. S. military forces In Europe, Gen. Mark W. Clark, U. S. commandci In Austria, and Lt. Gen. Lucius Clay. McNarncy's deputy. He said, however, that Frcnc.. reluctance to political and economic unification of Germany and Austria, or a federation of the Geran states, was holding up rchah- bccoming a threat to the world. (ios In their job of leaching demo Herbert P. Corn, managing edl- ci'atlc kleals to Ihe Germans. Boy Scout Ball Teams Resume League Games oop 3 n Ihe Troop 38 defeated Troop 31 by "Y" rcsum- n score of 12-0 as play 1 f the Kreatest man-hunts In East- rn Arkansas under the direction of A. Carroll (Bull) Durham of the S'.alc Police, who had already given : i Ira for dead. Durham revealed thai the youth got home yesterday and went di- ectly to bed, sleeping until morn- ng. He told his mother he was very hungry" and she prepared a ncal of grits and fat back. Ira was seen several tinr.cs after he left home June 29, but on those occasions managed to outrun searchers. Besides men afoot with bloodhounds, there were farmers on horseback and In Jeeps trying to track him down. 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