The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Arraigned Soviet Union's 'War of Nerves' Fails to Cause Any Fears on Part of U.S. General in Berlin BERLIN, Jiin. IS. (U.P.)—Gen. Lucius Clny. connn*nder-ln-ch!et of American forces In Germany, said last night that American repre- MoUtittt ait In Berlin with "no (ear* and no nen'et" refardleM what may h»pp«n. Ttie statement by the top United States commander In Burop* wax made to responw to a V. P. request for clarlflcntlon of the American position in the light of Soviet "hints" that the Western Allied clear I out of Berlin, » —— I Clay made plain that the United States reprewntatlves have full confidence in their position, regardless of what happens. "We sit here as representatives of a country with Immeasurable Btrehgth," said' Clay. 'As such we have no fears and no nerves." Clay said flatly: "I am here and Intend to stay here ns long as the decisions are in my hands." The American commander revealed no alarm over veiled Russian warnings, indicating a Soviet de- air* to turn Berlin Into a one-power rather than a four-power city and indicating the start of a war of nerves directed toward that end. Olay said he had no advance Information onwhat might occur at the scheduled Jan. 20 meeting of the allied control council—first meeting on the four-power group since the breakup of the foreign ministers meeting in London. The Ruslans today prohibited the publication In newspapers under their control of American statements refusing In advance to discuss any change in the four-power rule of Berlin. The American statement, however, cheered thousands of Germans In the Western zones of Berlin who feared they might be left under R«s- tian rule if the Americans and British were forced out. Assurances that the American." are In Berlin to stay were given the Germans In the British and American tones by Maj. Gen. George r Hays, deputy American governor, and printed on front pages of West- trn zone newspapers. The Ruslans, fanning the propaganda fires against the Western allies, broadcast a report ov6r the Soviet-controlled Berlin radio asserting that the Jan.. 20 meeting ~>t the allied control council might be postponed. The radio report said the postponement might result from delays in meetings of two subordinate bodies, the coordinating committee and the allied Kommandatura. American officials said the meec- Ing scheduled was unchanged an,! they knew nothing that might prove to be a basis for the Russian report. and Curious Boys End Junkman's 15-Year Record a* Counterfeiter NEW YORK, Jan. 15 (UP)-A tiny, wrinkled 73-year-old junkman waa held today by the Secret Serv ic* wh» aatd he wu "one of the most successful counterfeiters in history." Tieusury operatives said Edward Miuller, who came to this country from Austria when he was 14. had passed fake $1 bill* in New York tor 16 years. He had eluded them, the afents said, because of his modeat wants. He lived In * Junk-laden »25-a- monlh apartment. He wore cast-off clothing. And he never passed more than $16 worth of the counterfeit bills a week, they said. Miuller was arrested yesterday after neighborhood boys found counterfeit bills and engraving plates amon» trash firemen thre wont of his apartment while fighting a blaze. The secret «rvlc» uld the fake II bills began appearing In December, 1932 Since then, some 7 0001 THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1948 have been turned In by Uvern owners and subway change makers Authorities said the bills seldom turned up twice In the same place MJuller, wearing several layers of clothing when arrested, apparently felt there was nothing very unusual about counterfeiting, treasury agent;; said. He asked whether he would be i fre* to «o about hii work by Moll- day. Frttcrlptloa CARLISLE, Pa. (UP)— As he observer his 80th birthday, Dr. Edward 8. Conlyn says his prescription for longevity Is "a wi»e choice of ancestors,' a degrae at moderation and a capacity to en}oy Uf§." Mrs. Jane Benn of Kaufman, Texas, Is under arrest In Los Angeles, Cnllf., alter she allegedly threatened to kldnnp Jessica James, 7- m'onth-old younger daughter of Actress Betty Orable and Band Leader Harry Jnmes. Investigators said Mrs. Benn admitted sending the letter, explaining she was hungry and tired of living In poverty. —(NAE Telephoto). Missing Witnesses Delay Trials at Spa HOT SPRINGS, /rk., Jan. 16.- (UP)--Pre5ecutlng Attorney Sidney McMath announced yesterday .he has indefinitely delay (lie trial 'ol John Maxwell, accused of participating In the $55,000 robbery of 'the Eskay Art Galleries. McMath's decision followed failure of a Jury to agree Inst night (:\ the case of Benjamin Tilley, Boston, Mass., man charged In connection with the same robbery. The jury was discharged at 9 pjn. last night and McMnth 1m- cmdlately announced that he would bring Tilley to trial ngnln if he could secure .the. testimony of three out- of-state. witnesses. Otherwise, he said,' a new trial would be a waste of time. He added that the same was true of Maywell, who was scheduled to go on trial Wednesday. Accused Gambler Fights Removal From Illinois LITLE HOCK, Ark., Jan. 15 (UP' —Pulaski County authorities today were going ahead with tin attempt to extradite gambler Clarence "Bi.by Doll"-Johnson from Illinois, on the tmsls of mi alias warrant Issued by Circuit Judge Qua Fulk^ ., ,» The 42-year-okj>$af£> Uttte 'Rock Nt'sro was orglnalljr warited'by Pu!i ta-ski County officers for fleeing the state instead of'paying a $1300 line for operating a policy game. But Illinois would not extradite i him on n misdemeanor charge. I However, it WRS found that Johnson .had been on probation since 1044, after pleading guilty to n charge' of accepting stolen goods JiuU;e Fulk revoked the probation on this felony charge and the warrant was forwarded to Enst St. Louis II,, where Johnson had been found Missouriaii* Tell 'Eiu WICHITA, Kan. lUPI—Tile cur whizzing through Ihlt Kansas city wn-s from Missouri, accordlug to the license. It also had a banner, saying: "Just engaged; going to ask pnpn." Results From Const-ant Care It pays to watch out for Ihc small things as well as the great. In clothing care, for instance, some people lose money by trying to save it with chenp dry cleaning. C. & W. service costs a little more than some, but you can be sure the clothing value is protected as well as the looks. uw. CLEANERS Phone 3747 Pick Up and Delivery Service 300 South Division \ OLLAR DAYS FRIDAYX and \ SATURDAY 59c Sturdy Shop Caps! For men! Popular work style. Long wearing and washable! 6 3-4 to 7. 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