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TUESDAY, NOVKMWSK », 194» THl NATION TODAY— Russian Talk on Anniversary Of 1917 Bolshevik Revolution Shows Variation in Two Cities B> Jarats Marlow ' WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. WV-On Sunday In Moscow G«orgl M. Malenkov, a inemter of the 12-man politburo which runs Russia, made a speech. ' "American imperialist--;,'' he said, have a program to "create by violence and new wars a world American empire converting the whole world Into a colony of the American imperialists.... He didn't name Hit "Imperial-* Isis." Malenkov's speech was part of the Moscow celebration of the 33nd anniversary ol the 1017 revolution In which the Bolsheviks, now the Communists, seized power. This was a very tough speech and Malenklv warned the "Iniper- »5ts" to look out. But last night " the Russian embassy here the tone was one or smiles and handshakes. TJie Russian diplomats in Washington celebrated the anniversary of the 1917 revolution by throwing a big reception at the four-story Russian embassy. Vislimsky Is All Smiles Andrei Vishinsky, the Russian foreign minister, was there, smiling, talking, shaking hands with the hundreds of guests, standing patiently for about two hours whllf he received the guests- He told reporters, in a genera: v.'ay, that the common feeling of friendship between Russia and the United States has fallen asleep, but some day it will awaken and, when that happens, the enemies of freedom In the world will tremble. BLXTJUKViUJi (AKk.) COUK1EK NEW* 1 Communism Here To Stay, German Official Asserts BERLIN, Nov. '8. (AP)—The East 3erman government said yesterday 'hat Russian Communism is here to stay and the rest of the world may «i well accept it. ,_ - • Chancellor Otto Grotewohl keynoted the German Communist celebration of the 32nd anniversary of the Bolshevist revolution by declarng: "The Socialist part of the earth has grown far beyond the trial stage The realization of technical and scientific progress in the, Soviet Union is so gigantic that the foreign countries cannot Ignore it 3115 longer." For his part, he said, eastern Germany will tag along with Soviet Union. The rally in the State Opera House, within the Russian sector of Berlin, capped a scries of meetings throughout east Germany by Communists in observance of the revolution that swept out the Czars and swept in communism. -, West of the Elbe River, a hand iul of Communists held a few scattered meetings, the largest in Hamburg. . : There iviis tile usual Russian "abundance at a party like that: sturgeon, caviar, chicken, turkey, ham, sandwiches. A five-man string a big picture orchestra played. In one room was of Prime Minister Stalin, in another was a picture of V. M. Molotov, Stalin's right-hand man; and in another the picture of Nikolai Shv'crnik, president of the U.HS.R. The Russian cmbassay staff was there in their diplomrtic uniforms of blue, smiling. > If Vishinsky's pleasantness was in contrast to the stem tone of Malenkov in Moscow the day before, perhaps a stranger part of ^fche evening was tins: '' 'Hie big number of newspapcr- • men there. About 150 of them and their wives were there, by special invitation of the embassy. In other years compartlvely few Washington newsmen were invited to Russian receptions but this year a load of Invitations went out to members of the press, Politburo Still Rules Russians (in addition to them were American government officials, members or other foreign embassies in Washington, and others whose connection was not very clear.) ; Why the Russians this year wanted > to open their - doors -so. wide to the newsmen is a Russian secret,- since in Moscow the fewer the American reporters there are, the better the Russians seem to like Last night reporters asked Vish- insky questions and he answered promptly, through an interpreter, but said his specific observations had to be off tile record. Vishinsky's cordiality last night, coming on the heels of Malenkov's harsh talk, doesn't mean there's OBSEKVKS 93ND BIRTHDAY— The Rev. w. S. Clubb, uncle of Mrs. T. M. Phillips, 312 West Cherry, celebrated his 92nd birthday.' Sunday, and the above picture, taken last summer near the home of a daughter In Albuquerque,- N. M., shows he Is still young In spirit and deed If not in years. The Rev. Mr. clubb was honored Sunday with a birthday dinner at the Ashervillc, Mo., church. He Is pastor of the Baptist Church at t'uxico. Mo., where he has been for many years Several years ago the Rev. Mr. Clubb visited Blythcville, and was guest speaker at the First Christian Church. Boy Locks Selt in Vault To Escape Playmates WASHINGTON. Nov. 8. tfPl — Johnnie Arnold, 11, fled from ear- pulling friends into an abandoned Vault in the locker room of the Stagccrafte's Club. He pulled the door shut a:id ii locked. Johnnie's playmates took o!f the hinges of the half-inch steel door In a vain effort to release him. Then they called for help. Firemen with an acetylene torch first cut a small hole to give the boy air, then another large enough for him to crawl through. An hour after he went in Johnnie came out, his face tearstainiA' but smiling. Two Duck Hunters Are Drowned Near Cape Girardeau CAPE G1RARDEACI, Mo., Nov. 8. j—Two duck hunters drowned In the Mississippi River near here yesterday. They 'were Cant. Sflnford G. Jones of Cape Girardeau, commanding* officer of Headquarters Company, 140th Infantry Regiment, Missouri National Guard, and Sat. Walter Helmbaugh, his supply sergeant. Jones was assistant state service officer for veterans. Two companions held on to the boat mid were saved. They are Sgt. William R. Little and Set. Harold E. Carr. Carr said the boat, driven by an outboard motor, was swamped by waves from a patrol vessel of the U. S. Engineers, The patrol vessel, commanded by Capt. E. K. Huson, picked up the -urvlvors and started a search for the bodies of the victims. Heiress Balks at Telling Of Red Contributions WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. (/P) — Red-haired Louise Bransten Berman, West Coast heiress, refused yesterday to tell the House Committee on UnAmerican Activities whether she contributed to Communist front activities. The witness voiced angry indignation at "my : continued harassment." She refused, on th« grounds oJ constitutional rights, to answer a long list of questions by Committee Investigator Loufs Russell. She is •> native of the San Francisco Bay area and Is the wile of Lionel Herman ol New York. sian leaders. Vishinsky wouldn't last long- as foreign minister if he tried any important tactics which differed even a little from the line laid clown by the politburo, since it's the politburo which runs Vishinsky, Tribunnal Denies Hearing In Radio Tax Protest WASHINGTON. Nov. 8. (IP) —The U.S. Supreme Court today denied a hearing to two radio stations which protested two tax levies by Little Rock, Ark. Stations KGH1 and KAHK objected to an annual privilege tax of $250 on each radio station in the city, and an annual tax of $50 a person for the privilege of soliciting radio advertising In Little Rock. The stations appealed to the_ supreme court after the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled against them. The high tribunal In throwing out the case said.no substantial federal question is involved. nrn. 1-* I t\- i, - • --•- 1.W..IUUIU mjllv>ll 1U115 \ any split In the thinking of R us - not Vishinsky the pollthu: New Justice Resigns Party Committee Post LITTLE ROCK. Nov. 8. W>—Ed- w.n Dunaway ccently appointed associate Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, yesterday resigned PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores FILM CUTIE — Actresi Mary Jane Saundcrs, age 7, clutches lightly Ihe $0000 to $20,000-a- ycar movie contract approved for her by a Los Angeles superior court. The child actress starred with Bob Hope in "Sorrowful Jones," the "Little Mis« Marker" role lliat started Shirley Temple on the road to fame. AME Church to Conduct Annual Sessions Here The annual conference of the ezro Methodist Episcopal church Arkansas will be conducted at .he Carter Temple In Blythcville. 525 West.Ash Street, November 23. The session will be presided over by :hc prelate of the Arkansas Diocese, Bishop Luther Stewart. The . five-day meeting, the 81st annual meeting, will study church extension work, and the work of various pastors and presiding elders. Rev. J. S. McPadden', president ot the Negro Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance in Blytheville. will assist the bishop in conducting the conference. Governor's Son Injured In Automobile Accident LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 8. (AP)— Governor McMath's three-year-old son, Phillip, a traffic accident vic- m, was resting well at his home ere today. The child suffered slight fractures f both legs when hit by « car near is home Saturday. After casts were jt on, lie was removed to his home. William B. Putnam, a Irlcnd of he McMalh family who was drlv- ig the car, said young McMnth Urted across the street, but slip- ed and-fell. A rear wheel of the ar passed over his legs near the ilk leg. Putnam said the boy assured him. I'm not dead, mister. I just live ight over there." Banks of Little Rock 'how Deposit Increases LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 8. (/P>—Little oek bank deposits increased more ban J8.500.000 between last June 30 nd Nov. 1. Statements Issued yesterday in re- ponse to a national bank call, nowed deposits of $163.719,136 in he five banks on Nov. 1. The total in June 30 was $155,134,380. The all-time high for Little Rock as secretary of the Arkansas State Democratic Committee. Dunaway previously had resigned as prosecutor for Piilaski and Perry Counties. He is to" take his oath of office tomorrow succeeding Judge Frank G. 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