The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1952 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE Stalin Can Wait— Kremlin Towers Throw Shadows All Over World West Must Realize Stalinist Groups Arc Very Strong (Editor's Note Tlirec arUelpH In this series have shmvn the Stalin strategy In Europe—to play a wnll- ii\K game, striking "'h^ncvcr tho opportunity offers, building up a com pact organization ready for b lexer clianres. Today, In the final article of his series, William T<. Kyan looks at sonni «f tlip things tho West already Is doing, mid perhaps ran push further, In the battle to keep Western Kurope away from Soviet domination). By WILLIAM L. IIVAN A I* Foreign News Analyst LONDON WV-The lowers of the Kremlin throw long shadows, Tight - knit pnrly organizations around the world, ntt cast in rt single mold, nil tied to the strings of the muster puppeteers in Moscow, work incessantly ami unquestionably to glorify Stalin. This Is what the West faces. More and more, diplomats in this part of the world nrc expressing the opinion that the people of the West must recognize ns EI fnct that the Stalinists are strqng, that they are orgnnlzccl, IhtU they constitute a po\ve r f ul menace io \V cs t e rn ways of life. RenH^ing this, any these diplomats, the West will make Itself that much stronger, win know where and how to counter Stnlin'. c maneuvers. Much has been done nlready in the military field, but bow about propaganda? Keds On Offensive Communist propaganda everywhere has been on the offensive, The technique of the big He, learned from Joseph Goebbeli, Is being used to an extent Gocbbcl's never dreamed of. Appeals to self Interest are cnvc- fully launched and have brought results. The IntcrnaUonnl Econoin ic Conference in Moscow, jusi ended, served the Kremlin well. Moscow's performance never matches her proimgnndn. Hul the propaganda Is aggressive. Can the West seize and hold the propaganda offensive? There & re some concrete pro posals at htind, and some concrete action designed to simtch the in) tlative from the Communists, The International Confcdoj'iUloi of Free Trade Unions (ICt-TUt the Western workers' answer U the Communist World FedcuiUot of Trade Unions, is reading u fill blast campaign which will take tin issue of fife* Jin or slavery di rectly into the factories and t< mass groups throughout Europi and the Middle East. David Spurs Effort* An International oignniviation o counter-propaganda has grown m from, the efforts of one French man, Jean-Paul, David, to cntcl Moscow off base. Kndlo Free Europe and Rtas, th American radio in Berlin, hav highly effective programs. The ICJTU campaign will ge down to brnss tucks. The ICFTL born in 1949 after the Communist seized control of the world feilerr tion, now is preparing \vhnt is di Ecribed as a positive program r grass roots levels. It would be totally international movement < the workers themselves, uncoi nected with any government. Tl efforts would be channeled throng the ICFTU by trade unionts tail ing the workers' language. The prospective slogan "deeris, not words." The progra' Is not confined to Europe anrt tt Middle East, but eventually wou reach out into Asia nnd Africa. Free Unions Take Maud Free unions in West Berlin als> are taking n positive hnncl in the counter - offensive. Trade unions there, using underground channels, are plastering wails and workbenches of factories in the Soviet- occupied Enst 7one with liny paper snails as emblems of resistance to the Russian speedup system. Another positive movement has been started in France. It hns emerged from the "Patx et, Libert e" (pence and freedom) campaign organized by businessman Jean-Paul David in Pitris to \ needle the Communists at every I turn, ] Its success can bo gauged from [ the violent Communist reaction to it. It is now entering the international field, with n council already in being, and is expected to de- BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1952 Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as: Tom's Cafe, 413 Ash, ISlytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he ts a citizen of Arkansas, of gcod moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; 'TIIK GKN'KltAI, IXSI'ECTS Cpl. Jere Rclrt, .son of Mr. and Mis. Max Reid of lil.vtlU'vllle, checks some clerical work as Mil). £!«•'". Wll- Hrrt G. Wjrman, rnminaiulur of (he Ninth corps, looks on ilvniiis; an nspcclion (our uf the lul-st Signal liaUullon in KOHM. U'.S. Army i'holn) •i THE CHAN'CIUFIV COIHtT ron Tin: CHICKASAWIIA BISTItlCT or MISSISSH'I'I COUNTY, ARKANSAS Jccephlne UuVivo I'tf. vs ^o. 12.020 Michael DeVlvo. Oft. WAUNINC1 OKDKIt The defendant Michael DeVivo J5 hereby v/arneti to appear within hirty 130) days in the Chancery Court for the Cllicka.sav.-1ja District f Mississippi County, Arknn.'.:us ,nO answer tiie complaint of the ilnliillff Josephine DeVlvo. This the 3rd day of April. 18.i2. HAHVEY MOimiS, Ck'rk By Liwcrne Ball. u. c. •14-11-18-25 In WAHNINO (he Chancury C'ourl, Clilcku- wlin District. Alisslsslviil County, rka lisas. Annie Mackrell, IMf. vs. No. 12.013 .lames Mnchrell. Dft, The defendant. James Maclircll, hereljy warncit to apjjear within hirty days In the court named in caption hereof inut answer the omplaint; of the plnlntlfC. Annie Machrell. Dated this 2 day ot April, 1552. Harvey Morris, Clerk T. J. Crowdcr, atty. for ptf. 44-11-18-25 Heavy PamaKe An ru'ern^e of 40.000 fires, causing an estimated $50.000,000 damage, oc- :iir In slores ami store buildings of he United States annually. 'elop from small bcRluniuKs Into potent counter-offensive weapon. There Is yet hope that lice mer vill prevail. FAIIEWKI.I. TO TIIE ADMIRAI<—When Vice Admiral Struble, commander of the First Fleet, was transferred from the USS Curtis, a Mississippi County crewman was selected to present him with a go- mtt-uv.ay cako. Shown \v\lh the cake he presented the admiral is Keamiin Moiris V. Junes, son Qt Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Jones or Wilson. Scaimtn .Jones, a baknr aboard the Curtis, was selected !>y the -ship's comrnh.sary ilepai tnumt to make the presentation. In re-turn, the admiral gave him an autographed copy of this photo. Jones enlisted in 1550 i.iul before that attended Wilson High School. (U.S. Navy i-iiolu) that no license to sell oeer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years iast past; and tllat the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other slate, relative u> the sate of alcoholic liquors. Application Ls for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July, 1962. and lo explr* on the 30th day of June, 1953. Tom Xeiio* Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before m« this 17 day or April, 1962. Elizabeth Mason, Notary PubUe My Commission expires: 4-26-54, DON'T just ask for bourbon When you specify the lull and exact \ name —Bourbon de Luxe—you'll gel a fine whiskey made to the mosl exacting requirements of Kentucky distilling. News of Men In the Service 11. A. Friend, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. P. Frienil of Blythtville, has been promoted to serge-suit. Syt. Friend Is serving m Korea with an Air Forte comimimcutioiis unit. Hilly C. Boylfs. seaman. USN, sou of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. P. Dnylcs, Sr., of Wilson, is reluming to the United States ubotml the USS Cavalier, which hiis IXM'ii serving in Japanese and Korean waters. The Cavalier is expected to dock about Wcil- nestlay. Mr. and Mrs. Boylcs received a phone call from their son in Honolulu Tuesday night.. Another Mississippi County man is serving nboard the Cavalier. He is Seaman James T. Music of Kelser. E'aul E. Orif;gs, Hrcninn, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Cirlggs of Rt. 3. O.sceola, is currently serving aboard the oattleship USS Wisconsin. The Wisconsin is returning lo (he U. S. alter four months In the Korean combat /xmc. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the umteisiisneil has tileci with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage OVEUSEAS— U. tiny A. Drink- ley (ubovc>, son of .\fli-. ami Mrs Hoy A. lirinMcy ofTJell, left tho United Slate.s recently for duty in the Far East, until his transfer he wa.s an ambulance platoon leader in the 47th Arinored Medical Eatlnllon of the 1st Armored Division. A Brudiiatc of Reiser Tliyh School, he received his bachelor of science decree from Mississippi Slate Collide. He was associated with the State Health Department in Mississippi jirior to enterhiB the Army. Mrs. rirlnk- luy nnd their two children reside in Forest. Miss., willl her mother. See if now. 1 Kentucky Blended Bourbon Wfiiskey $683 £| 4/5 Qt BOTH 86 PROOF • BOURBON DE LUXE KENTUCKY BLENDED BOURBOI! WHISKEY CONTAINS 49X GRAIN IIEUIBAL SPIRITS • THE BOURBON DE LUXE CO.. LOUISVILLE, KY. ^^S Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Today's Big Difference in automatic washers— At Leading Dealers SUMMER SALES WORK Excellent opportunity \vith a leading nationally known firm for high school graduates, college students, ministers ur teachers to mm liberal comtnission selling window fans during summer months In Blylhcville. Ark. If you are not over 50 years of age and o^vn a car, you should apply by letter, stating age, education, make and model of cnr, and work experience. R;\lt-,s experience considered, but no' necessary. Writ* Box A-23 r core this prper GALA ^OME IN — during our greal Spring Salon exhibit—and sec, compare antl tffitc America's most exciting car, ilic brilliant new Packard for '52! O • It's the smartest car of them all — sijk'd in 1952's freshest, most fashionable color combinations! Open Packard's extra-wide doors and you'll hr\d .sp.icious interiors beautiful beyond belief—with full, all-around visibility. C 9 Take, tlio wheel and test Packard Ultrjniaiii-,' ihc smoothest of all automatic drives —leel the power-packed performance of ihc world's highcst- cumpression eifiht —and discover how ama?.in£ly fast you can stop with Packard's new Easa- matic Power lirakcs!* ti'rV TIIK M ,\ N WHO OII'A'S OA'fi \ s s ' , Sec America's Most Exciting Test , Super-Smooth Ultramatic Try ^Exclusive A'cu Easarnaiic Power Brakes'* |- $2627.00' •Optional equipment. v.hi(e ii lien-ill iirei ind stare intl locjl uxei (if »ny), tiirj. Prices mi? '»ry stiphily in oe*rby communijie.« du* to »hi[>* MOTOR SALES COMPANY 217 West Walnut Streef Blytheville, Ark. HART SCHAFFNER &MARX CLOTHES \ this Spring it's Didn't you wish—v/hen you saw this handsome gray suit in Saturday Evening Post, recently — that you had one like it in your Spring wardrobe? You can, you know. We have an outstanding collection of grays ... in many different styles and fabrics. And at prices that are mighty hard to resist. Come and see—while the selection is fresh. MEAD'S )22 MAI N STRUT

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