WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1947. America Advised To Resist Russia Soviet Imperialism In Europe Scored By Cabinet Member SEATTLE, Wash.. Aug. 20. (UP) — The United states must, be the slimdard-bearcr of freedom" against a rampant Russian Imperialism Umt has "submerged" nearly an -Eastern Europe and now menaces Western Europe, according to Secretary O f Commerce W. Averell Harnman. ,J!\ olle ° : tlle stl 'o»acst indictments of present-day Russia yet made by a top administration of- "ihn Han ' iman s aW a group of nf . ii'V- "BEressive revolutionist'! ?nri • ""r," SCli:etl power J " m ' 5si » an « split the world into two groups ' _ one bclicvemg in and o»e opposed to a "bill of rights " Harninaii, former U. S. Ambassa- n°r to the Soviet Union, used unusually blunt laneuage 1,1'an ad- CM before the Pacific Northwest. Jj-adc Association and SeaUle Chamber or Commerce He declared tliat following WorU "ar_ U a "new and more threaten"6 imperialism — that of the po- liorld " ~ " aS C01n ° illl ° tllc "This Imperialism." |, c sil | t | " 1)as submerged not colonial ncaple's ut "early all of those viol,™ Eastern Europe, and it threatens to engulf western EurBpc •• ncclaring that dictatorship. W i,e- rc,i Co ,'" m ','" iSl or ra ^> Is "a B ess or f lll ° SCC " rit - v ancl I"0- thennVnV 11011 '" Har "'"a>! said InL i , Statcs is "ovcr.A'hDltn- Kth i t ' (S , tr0ngCst r)owcr to '"cat H'is Ui,eat to our free institutions." Cannni Turn Our Backs" Fortunately," said H.rrimnu. Ah, t, ? arn f d that wc """Ot ,hn tlll ".0"r backs to the world- of n,,« C i '" USt f ° r lhc l' r «ervatioA ol ourselves and our own way of fc do our full part in re-e s tal°: Mung economic and political o - an hC " ° ther frc(; RIA'TIIIOVILLE (ARK.) COURIKll NK\VS ^:k' Says He's Got a Job Harrinian, successor tu thp coin mcrce post to Henry A. Wanace ™ c ° v ™s fired for publicly opposing policy toward Russia, Lid Soviet leaders arc convinced from teac'i- mgs of Marxism that free cap!-,- bilitv " a S cannot 'maintain sta- "It is their conviction that when W'c go into a decline, economic chaos will n g a i u deve i op jn 1]1E world, giving them an opportunity to push forward and expand. tii» cl'Srt ° f thC ' r domini<m ." be cle- The former railroad magnate said hat seizure of power by a "nonce state" can come by >infnitra- tion by seductive propaganda and false promises" as well as by military conquest. "We must recognize that this has had a measure of success in all countries,- 'including' o1ir"own " he told the Western businessmen.' ' Citizens in every country... ronie He claims he's the Grand Mufti of Western U. S,. bill California Mos cm leaders say it's "impossible." But just the same, ShC k Adbur Jlahan, above, better known to his friends as Wiliiam F i-uu, a 27-year-old Marine veteran, prays looking toward Mecca! five times a day in his Oakland, Calif., home. Luiz declared he embraced Mohammedanism while working in Saudi Arabia in 1943 and that his appointment came from Islamic headquarters in Cairo READER'S VIEWS Editor, Courier News Dcnr Sir: A copy of your editorial of August 12, concerning Sidney McMnth, has been sent to us. As his partner and deputy, please accept my sincere appreciation. The spontaneous good will and sympathetic understanding displayed by all the Press after this incident have been little short of inspiring Those of us who are working with Mr. McMath believe the attitude of the Press lo be a monument both to him and to themselves. Your editorial. I feel certain, is not only a sincere tribute by yourself, but is in our faith a summation'of pubiic opinion. . Mr.. 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