TUESDAY, MARCH 30,1948 BLYTOrVTLLJi (AKK.T COURIER KFWi British Delegate Raps Reds Policy Warns Soviets That Press Dictatorship Could Cause Downfall By Homer Jenln Untied Prru Staff Correspondent GENEVA, Marcli 30. (UP)—Hector McNeil British delegate to Hie International Conference of Free. dorn of Information nnd the Press, warned Russia and its Communist satellites yesterday that dictatorship over thought and the press •jbsiild weaken them steadily ami TiTiimately "damn" them completely- . McNeil, ir, » major statement of British policy, echoed the appeal o( William Benton, chief America 1 ! , delegate, for a press free of government control and interference. Russia's A lex a tide r Bogoniolov replied to McNeil later, yesterday. He defender! the Soviet, conception of a free press safe-guarded by law from alleged distortion and "warmongering. ''If I were the dearest friend of I he Soviet state and its Slav satellites, and perhaps by my advice 1 may make myself that, then this \vould be my advice." McNeil said. "Dictatorship over thought, expression and publication may ensure you for the moment, but It will weaken you steadily and in time damn you completely." McNeil said the remedy for Communist, criticism of sections of the British and American press which may be wilfully misinformed is not more manacles and more chains. "The remedy," he said, "is to open doors which are now closed, to provide facilities for trained reporters to report, to afford newspapers their traditional ability to publish, to take the gags off the radios of nations, and to take th° blinkers off people who are permitted to look at films. The remedy is not less publication, but more." McNeil disclosed that Britain will follow the example of the United States and introduce a draft of a freedom of information convention or treaty conference. ^An authoritative source said the Vitish draft of the treaty \vould be broader than the American pro' posal. Coast Guns Roar in Radar-Control Test One KilM, TJir«« Hurt In Italian Political fracas ROME, Mar. }fl. (UP)—On« communist wan klll«<i and thrr» p»r- KNW wounded lat« y«at«rdajr tn t political fracai itemmlng from the Kalian election campaign. The outbreak of violence followed official election betting truit the Communists would poll only a little more than JO per cenl of the votes lit lh« Italian elec.tlon. The gunfltht occurred ne»r turbulent Milan and ralMd the death toll In the pre-fleetlon campaign violence to 10 in the pant few days. 1111- fiKhl broke out, between Communists and supplier* of an alleged NEO-Fasclsl organization The I-eftkl Attacked Uie alleged Fascists at Somaglla, about 30 inllen from Milan. The outbreak followed an Banter warning by pone Plus to Italian Catholics that they must thake off their political "blindness." appfil within ri< month* the rt.U of IhU notice. Wltneu my hand and a*al ol thU court thil th« •» day of March, 1MI, ELIZABETH BI.YTHB ProbaU Clerk. On the Mann County side of San Francisco Bay, this 16-inch rifle roars, sending a 2000-pound projectile more than 25 miles out to sea. The gun, part of the Army Coastal Defense Batteries, was aimed and fired with radar and olhcr electronic five control. No visual aiming was UMd, Th* two men in left center ar«. manning the radur equipment. Work-Seekers Queue Up Followinq n . / n . • . • * poeing s Reactivation Announcement WICHITA, Knn.. March 20. <UP> —Two thousand persons lined up yesterday for employment in Boeing's mammoth B-29 Superfort- ress plant as the company announced plans for complete reactivation 1.000 mechanics and tcchnlcans qualified to do essential aircraft work must be hired lo Improve *\d .modernize Boeing B-29 Superfort- resses." Arthur Barrows, undersecretary of the super bomber division "with- | for air under Defense Secretary in six months." j James V, Foirestal. inspected the Tom 'Terrible' ,. Chicago Bad man, Paroled SPRINGFIELD. Mo., March W. <UP)—Administrative officials at (lie Federal Prison Hospital hei-e yesterday confirmed Ihnl Tommy (Terrible) Touhy of Chicago's notorious "Toiiliy Qang" had been pa- roloct after serving more, than 10 yours for a t78,000 railway depot robbery. (he In the Prot>.l« Court for Chlfkaiawba I>l»lrtti erf County, Arkansas. In the Matter of the Estate of J. H. Smart, Si 1 ., Deceased NO LICK OK PROBATE OF Wll.l. Notice Is hereby «iven that the bast Will and TeJitftineni of .1, H. Smart, 8r.. was probated In common form by the Probate Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas on th« 20 day of March. 1048, An appeal from such probate car ue affected only by filing a petition staling th« (rounds for siicl Touhy, according to hospital of- a ; lichils, had spent most of his sent- Greefcs to Call 15,000 Men tor Armed Service ATHENS, March 30. (UP>—Greece will call up 15,000 young men now end probably 1^,000 more later to Lawmaker HelcT Boeitig officials said most of the i No. 2 plant, last Saturday. persons applying yesterday formerly i Barrows was accompanied on .. „..,._ worked either for Boemg or other hurried, one-hour inspection of the ! ence in haspilals for treatment of i aviation companies in Wichita. , p ] flnt alu i housing facilities by scv- • palsy Induced by tuberculosis. L. M. Divinin, assistant general • C rn| hig]« ranking Atr Force officers, | "He wasn't much of * terror wli*n manager, said there, was need for including Lt. Gen. Howard Craig, j he left here," one official said. "He 1,000 technicians, mechanics and other workers, especially tool ancl die makers, aircraft Inspectors and jig builders. The line of job-seekers began forming .shortly after dawn, following a week-ond cnH for workers, J. Earl Schaefer, general manager of Boeing's Wichita division, said there wore not- enough of the skilled classes in the 2,000 to fill the need for specialized labor to start the ne\v program. - j Schaefer said Boeing's policy of i keeping in touch with its employees after severance "is paying off." He expected to contact many of them for present jobs. Tlie plant announced carefully in a 450-word statement that it fvas expanding and that the U. 3. Air Force would take possession of plant No. 2 April 1. ."Wi tli.it* six months/; Boeing said, "all these facilities are scheduled to be under Boeing operation." Plant No. 2 produced 1,600 super forts under wartime pressure and at peak employed more than 30,000 persons- Modification will be the first hip job at the plant, Boeing said, and "within the next 30 days at least replace older men serving in the Army's national defense corps battalions, it was announced-today. The new mobilization was announced by Dwight Griswold. head of the American Aid Mission to Greece, who said the U. S. had ap- | proved the callnp. Oklahoma Stat« Representative Purman Wilson, above, is being held in the Purcell, Okla,, jail following the fatal shooting of Jack Miller, 40, or Blanchard, Okla. The shooting occurred in Wilson's law office, where Miller had allegedly gone to attempt to persuade Wilson to drop . a divorce suit which Wilson was handling for Miller's estranged wife. 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