The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1949 · Page 10
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PAGE TON HI. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS EGA Turns Tide Against Russia But Hoffman Says Communists Cling To Main Objectives LOS ANGELES, Nov. 23. I,T] — Paul O, Hoffman snirt yrsterlay that (lie- Russian polllbmo Is "iilan- nlng 16 lake over this country of ours in due course. 1 ' But communism's threat can be wiped out. America's foreign aid chief sairl, ir the united Slates remains strong mid prosperous and Western Europe achieves economic recovery.. In B speech delivered before the student body of Pomona College, the ehief of the Economic Cooperation Administration rKCA) traced the background of events leading to establishment of EGA and the Marshall plan. Hoffman lashed mil sharply throughout the address at Russian ideological aims. He declared thai wlille American foreign aid can help stem communion. Western Europe must also »vork to provide economic and political self-help in uhich freedom can survive. Success ot the Marshall recovery plan so far. he said, has turned the tide against the Russian.-:. Hecontinued: "It may oe difficult for yon to w. ap your minds around tlie fact that the polilburo is planning to take over this country of ours in due course. But their purpose is nothing less than this." Hoffman said (lie time table of communism called first for the conquest of Western Europe, then Asia. Africa, South America, and finally. North America. He commented: "If we in the United States remain strong and prosperous, and above all, if the free people remain united, tne evil plans of the men ol the. Kremlin will fail." Law Journal Says Two Princesses Joint Heirs to Throne in Britain By Hal Cooper 4. LONDON. Nov. 23. M-Who says Princess Elizaljotii is sole licir to the throne of England? Not Ihe law, the British Lau Journal declared loday. It said Princess Margaret, Eliza bcth's younger sister, might hav just. ••.•; nood a claim in court. Tlie Journal .suggested that'the. inignt even have to be enthroned as co-queens upon the death ilc.-ir father, Kinf; George VI. "It seems to he commonly considered that on the tta.Hi of his miijcsty the king without male issue to I he crown would iinn.ncs- li'iuably descend to the Princes Elizabeth," said a provocative ar- lL ;n the Journal. "However, a survey of English constitutional history reveals that there is no precedent to cover such situation, and that what com- nculnry exlMs is of doubtful value.' Nonsense, a Buckingham palace spokesman t<i]cj reporters. The spokesman said the Issue was settled in 19.17. whc-ii Elizabeth was ten ar.u .Margaret seven. The law offices of tile crown looked into the jmattfr. he told newsmen, ami gave a formal opinion that Elizabeth Wholesale Burglars Steal Alt Furniture . MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Nov. 23. M>)— Mrs. T. E. Hicks said the neishbors- noticed a big truck at her home while she was away hut didn't think anything about it. The true):, she told police, was manned by wholesale burglars, who made this haul: . Two bedroom suites, a living room suite, en 'cebox, two stoves, a wash- Ing machine, some tables and chairs and a lot of clothing. will have sole claim to be queen. But the law journal article pointed out that the title to the crown 'stems from the royji] net of settlement passed in 1701. Under the act, it siiirl, claims to the crown arc limned lo the Princess Sophia -and the heirs of her bodv," It. ronimriitrii tii.it these "arc of cour.se. the prrclM- ivnrds appro- prate lo the creation of an entail" -a Icfial device lo insure that possession stay in (he family of the person who owns them. Such words, (he Journal said "would appear to carry with them' Hie usual incident-! of an entail as to inheritance, inclndino co-par ccnery among females." "Co parccncry" is a joint ownership of an estate. In England, elder male hen."., especially of a .noble- line, receive the family tiu c nn( j jnncls. If there are only female heirs, til? lands are shared. ^'Co-pa reentry would clearly on _ _ TABLE MANNER — With one foot on the table and the other on a chair, Rear Admiral the Mackintosh of Mackintosh, CB, DSO, DSC, drinks a toast in the traditional manner of the clan _ at a dinner in London. BRIDGES TRIAL JUDGE- Kudcral Judge George B. Harris, above, has the job of trying Harry Bridges and two CIO- Longshoremen's Urjion aides on charges of perjury and conspiracy. Harris is sjen al his bench in San Francisco as the trial beean. II counts be a most unsatislactory nd inconvenient tenure In respect f the crown." the Journal said. "And although there Is perhaps 10 practical possibility of the slt- ation being allowed to arise yet. lie mere inconvenience of a par- icular state of the law does not of self effect an alteration in the ,w." Tue Journal suggested that all doubts shotil dhe removed by passing a law in parliament. 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