MOT MX (AR1C.> COtJRW* , MAY S, IMt Acheson Assails Soviet 'Germ War' C/iarges WASHINGTON (AP) — Soeretary of State Acheson y««*«rdjur denounced as "an International crime" Russia's campaign of charges that the United States is waging i'c warfare in Korea. apolct out it • news •eoftreec*. He tiso Mid Motcov Toft of a Vienna Book Stow: Maybe ft Wat a L/ne/e Jo« VIENNA Wj — The owner of » bookstore in Bratislava, Czecho- slovikla* advertised lour Russian books in her window and almost immediately was arrested by police the Vienna newspaper "Wien-- «r Kurier" reported today. The bookstore proprietor hatl nrritten the titles on a. poster In the following order: "We Want To Live" "Far From Moscow" "In The shadows of The 6k}'- icrapere" "Under a. Foreign Dag." it Insisting It wants peace but month after month is pouring out a campaign of hate against America a nd Americans. He said this situation ts one of the indications of Russia's Jnten- tiona Sn proposing a Big Four pence conference on Germany, As other indications of Rn.iMn'5 real Intentions, Acheson cited the attack by Soviet fighter planes on a French plane In Germany and efforts by Communist-run East Germany to Incite Western Germans to overthrow the Bonn ROV- ernment. Acheron's denunciation of Mo=.cow tactics today was ajnonpt the strongest he has made- He read n detailed Etatommt scoffing at the alleged confusions of two American fliers. brnartrn^i by the Communists, that Americans actually were waging biological warfare rn Korea. Fishing Polu, Than For Wormi in Yo«/ SAUNA. Kan. «V- Oltude W. Peters told police a prowler entered his garage and stole two fishing poles and reels valued at $M. But that's not all— Ihe thief •too fcxtfc » <p«W from the g<urt0« wid dm tor worm* In Peters' back LOTM Ita Yoarn The shark U a true fish, but H. 8*emi mort nearly related to mammal* in some respecls. It has more love for its young than Is generally found tribe. among the fish NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the stale of Arkansas lor a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as: 811 So. 1st, Blythevllle. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been remJced within five years last past; and that the un- dCTs&ned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the ule of alcoholic liquors. Application 1« for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July, 1952, and to expire on the 30th day of June. 1953. Alice Ford, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before »e this 7 day of May, 1952. Oscar Alexander. 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