The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 26, 1950
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1050 Bt.YTHBVTT T TI (AHK.) COUNTER NEWS German Politicos Threaten Fold-Up Election Time Brings Outbursts Against Allies By Richard O'Kejan FRANKFURTI Germany, April 26. Vft— West German politicians are Joking tough aealn to the Western ^fltcs. They »re threatening to fold up their government—to resign and turn the running of the West German republic back to the Allies. Why these sudden anti-Allied outbursts, these rumors of Allied- German crises, in the American British and French zones? It's election time. In a month or two voters In several of the Western states will elect state legislatures. You get votes In Germany if you stand up against the Allies. It was the same anti- Allied story last summer before West Germany elected its lirst parliament. Every politician blasted the occupation powers then. Adenauer Leads Leading the anti-Allied statements now, and leading the defiant Bulging of "Deutschland 1 Uebcr Allies." is chancellor Konrad Adenauer himself. His main anti-Allied complaint is a good vote-catcher — the Income lax. The Allied High Commission vetoed provisionally a German law that would reduce the levies. The West did so because savings . for the German taxpayers would mean more taxes for the Americans British and Frenchmen. The extra cash would come out ol their pockets. Over the weekend Adenane dropped hints that he might resign because the Allies had vetoed the tax reductions and another Ger man-passed law. The chancellor's attitude !s cans j|& resentment among Western'of nSflls in Germany. They feel he I. putting personal politics above th security of Germany arid Western - Europe. Not Taken Seriously But Allied officials do not tak Adenauer's resignation hints ser lously. They do not think he Is like ly to quit. The main thing he wants they figure, Is voles for hh Chrts tlan Democratic Party. East Germany's Communists hav branded the chancellor's' party a nn "instrument of Anglo-American imperialism." Adenauer's chief po H'.ical opponent in West Germans Social Democrat • Chieftain Kur Schumacher, has called him th "chancellor of the Allies." So Adenauer, say American offl ; elals here, Is showing the voters h is independent — * good Germal who does not take orders from th Allies. Germany has been Invited to Joir the Council of Europe. The Allie Germany in Europe's wester: wall against the East. ^^. Afienaufr T» Eager ^J?Senauer -himself Is eager fo Germany to be part of this wal But he is holding out, Allied off! cials say, to see what price he can get for Joining. He is trying fo more powers for his government an better security guarantees from th West. There are rumors, too, tha he would like German troops In European force. His government's demands fo more rights and powers also ar good vote-catchers. Allied officials, eager to get on with securing the future of Europe would like to get tough in return They might do so it Adenauer go too extreme in his anti-Allied attl tude. But officials say he is smar enough not to go too far The expect him to hew a line between what the Allies want and what th voters want. Wolf Captures Coyotes LAWTON, Okla., April 26. (/P>— H. E. Wolf hit the jackpot-—h captured 12 coyotej in one hole- Wolf, & farmer, will collect $25 bounty on each—130. - PARK GETS CZECH BOOT—Joseph C. Kolarck, above, U. S. press attache at Prague, is being recalled by the Stqle Department at the demand of the Czechoslovak government. Kolarek's recall was requested as the Czech government ordered all U. S. Information Service Libraries closed. U.S. to Teach Atom Detectors To Civilians WASHINGTON, April 26. (m The government is launching i nationwide program to train civil ians in handling instruments whicl detect the presence of deadly atomli rays. The Intended scope of the pro gram, designed to aid In home fron defense in time of war, was dis cussed yesterday by Paul J. Lar sen, director, of "the Office o Civilian Mobilization. In a slatement prepared for high- level courses in radiological mon Itoring at Brookhaven Natlona Laboratry. Brookhaven, N. Y.; Oal Ridge National Laboratory, oak Ilidge. Tenn., and the university of California at Los Angeles, Lar sen said: "Such monitoring services mus be provided in order to protect the lives of lircmcn. policemen, resell workers and others. They also mus be provided to pormit sound dec isions on the evacuation of per sons whose continued presence in a radiologicalry-contaminated »rea threafens to make them casual ties." Atomic radiation experts repres enting every state ar e attending th courses nt the nuclear laboratories They are being trained to orgaslZ' and Instruct civilian defense work ers In their home states. Russians Add Deputy Minister MOSCOW, April 26. (ifi — Th Soviet Union has added a new dep uty minister of foreign affairs. The post has been given to Al exander Bogomolov, up to now th U.S.S.R.'s ambassador to France. The top officials of the Sovii foreign ministry now arc: Foreie Minister Andreal Y. vishlnsky; De puty Ministers Andrei A. Gromyko Valerian Zorin, Anatole Lavrcnllev F"yodor Gusev, JaVib Malik : Bogomolov. < Bogomolov will be succeeded Paris by Alexei Pavlov, now am bassador" to Belgium and minlste to Luxembourg. Speech Group Meets CONWAY, Ark., April 26. WV Tiie tenth annual* speech festiv of the Arkansas Speech Teache Association was to begin a threi day run here today. About 250 co legs and high school students we expected to attend. In the American Rockies sportsmen find mountain goat, cougar, grizzly bear and elk—"big game hunting at its best"! Whiskey at Hill and Hill will not make you a successful big game hunter, but it will convince you it deserves the title — "whiskey at its best"! II MO Of McKesson * Robblns, rnc, - Exclusive Distributor . Lllllc Rock WE WILL GLADLY PAY YOU OR EVEN MORE! JUST SEND IN THE NAME OF ANYONE YOU KNOW WHO IS THINKING OF BUYING A NEW OR A USED CAR!! Nearly every day someone you know mentions that he isn't satisfied with the car he's driving. Maybe he's looking for a new car or perhaps just a better nsexTcar or truck. Well, if you'll just call or drop a line and give us his name and address, we'd like to contact him and see if he's interested in a new Pontiac or one of our used cars. Should he buy one, we'll immediately send you m check for $25. And what's more.'re doing him a favor We know (hat he'll be wonderfully satisfied with a beautiful new I pntiac or a used car that we have overhauled. And we'll aiv« him a mighty good trade'in allowance, too. PONTIAC— The Most Beautiful Thing on Wheel* Now yon can send us as many names as you like. At the end of 60 days (June 26) we will give a special !>onus of |100 to the person who has supplied us with the most names of people who nought cars. That is, $100 in addition to the $25 received at th« time of each individual *ale. However, we would prefer that you do not try to talk your friends into buying a car. Just call and let us contact him. Wt want him to drive the Pontiac or the used car or truck and be convinced by an actua! demonstration that he's getting the most for his money here. Well, tht rest is up to you. Remember.. .here's • mighty good chance to earn some extra money—and do your friend a favor, too fcyeryone may lake part in this offer except members of Nobte UiH I'ontiac, our employees and their immediate families! NOBLE GILL PONTIAC, Inc 216 South Lilly M. W. "BILL" SPENCER, M 9 r. 4371

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