The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 15, 1947
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OCTOBKR \f>, 1!M7 BT,YTHKVH,I,R (AKK.) COURIER NKWS Russians' Fear, Hate Tactics Hit Commerce Secretary Score* Attempt to Further Communism CHICAGO. OH. 15. i UP)—Secretary nf Commerce W. Averoll Hnrri- man charged yesterday that Russian leaders through their conn oiled press are resorting to R delib- • i»vatft hale-and-fear cami>:u;::i to ^•Qrrthrr (he Communist goal of eu~ milling the world. Urn ml ing ELS nn "absui'diiy*' the nvenl alinrk on the A merit-art prrss by Soviet Vice Foreign Mm- inter Ancii'oi Vishinsky, Hnrriman said "the Soviet press—us an in.sfni- ment of public policy—has M'str»- malwaMy beet) arousing hatreds and , fear for '.he past two years." In an nrtre.ts before the Intaiul , Daily EM-oss Association, Harrunau declared that current Rus.sian policies are jnotivated by Nikolai Lenin's statement that "as soon R.S we are strong enough lo defeat, rap;- tftlism a.* * whole * - e shall immediately lake Ll by the scrviEf of tli'.- neck," "This conviction is b;isic to iheiv ! philosophy," said Hum man, who i served as U. S. Ambassador to Moscow ch.niiK the last t'v.o years of World War II, " i "Their l-adlc is to lake the ir.i- tiative by making nnmnnuB and violent charges, howevr liltlp they can be backed tip with evidence. l:i ] order tn put the lar^rus nf thrii ;,\tack on the dei'cnsive," he s^H. Harriman said the recent Waivu.v ! ^lamfestn, proclahninr* Uie ycvivf t \ \^t tlie Comtnlern, is in accord \v:tli the latest shift in Comrmmir. P ir- , ty strategy—"to pull out the i-^t stop in criticizing us." "The formation of this new Coin- [ rmmist organisation at this mo- ' ment," he said, "is probably tho.i ouigrowth of a ft-ar that their ay- : gressive program for taking- over Europe, will IIR forestalled by plans for European reconstruction bascrt on the Marshall proposals.* 1 Soviet attacks oil the Mi'.-^haH Plan, he .said, are "proof of . . their flagrant riisvef-ard for the needs of the people In Western Europe." What's in a Title? lion with tlif PiTslrtdit which re-1 suited In WalakT's rtismbssnl, Byrne* said: "You and I spent 16 months building n bi))ar!isnn pol- Icy.. .Wallace dostroyccl it 111 a day." 4. Byrnr* n«Vfr qn;irrt'li>d *>r d!ujcr<f<t with (he I'rr.slilrnt an foreign policy. Hut !»• wns bitterly opfosf^ by Adm. Wlllhun I), leu- hv the Prrftlitrnl's olilrf <rf stuff. He hluli that lx>iihy ami lh<- "While llousf gmi(" liuplrril slur- In of a tiyrriefl-Trumali rift and thai Ihli group'i activities wire » factor In |I|H reslKnaUcm. 8. Great Britain never hinted to Byrnes that it would have to nbnn-. don Greece—a rtreislon itint led only six weeks after Byrnes' re.sienation lo I lie "Truman itoctrinc." He nc- cuscs both the United SiiUe.s and Britain o( aclhiK "nervonslv" in that, crisi.s. He deplores any implication thai the United Stnirs will oppnM effort* of CoinnuiiiiMc In 1 PAGB KVB any poimtry'to gain tfovenuneni control. • 6. Soviet-AnierU-un relntious had deteriorated serlin:sly bi-Iorc Franklin D. liooscvelt died. Rooscvrlt lol.l Hjrnes in March, 1045-one nionlli afier Yultn—thnl he hud "tjruvo inlsitivlng.s about the future" ot Soviel -AintTii'ini relations. 7. At S^nlin'.s sUKRestion, Byrnes wrote u loviuul lonei' "I'eqiu'Miusi" I he Soviet Union to enter the u'llr «Biihisi Japan. He defends the Yal- la .secret nnreetnnnis on tne Fur, riiseloslm: niat Mr. Rosevclfs mililim- advisors lilted him lo pay nny |>r(ce (or Kuwliin purliclnntton In the war i<i> Japan. 8. Siahn showi'd no Interest in the atninli- t ib when 1'iv.sldi'iit. Truman told him about it at Po'.s- dnin. ijeahv ihouKhi Iho sloinie. projeel would be a dud inul le- inalned skeiHieal until the Ilrst boinl) was detonated 9. Clviirelilll ... not Roosevelt ~ U lo blame lor the Soviet Union's three votes --. \\\ r ussil. Soviet Ukraine and Sovii'l White Hussla— in the United Nations. HVmliiK loss of a .seal (or India. (Jlnirchlll supported. Ktiiliii'i, rrqtienl, Kr|K>ateilly Ryrnei emphitslarit lh;il tie dixw mil Wllrvr llir Soviet I'lilnn M:III!S ».ir. Kill Snvlct le:ulnj>, he salil. "mnvt learn \vhHt lllllii Irxrned — dial the 1H Ih not Rolnc In penult onf natlim lo veto prac* on exrlh." His I0-P"inl "eourse :>f aolion": 1. Auollxh llir roimrll of {oroliin ininlstc'i's. a. The U. a. should ask the bl« live. IncliitUnit I he USHli, lo ngrec to conveuinK a Tull dress pei\re conference of all countries on Cku'niany "early In 1!MB." :). If Itii.ssm rcfitM'.s, K^ ' ahead with the other bin pnswrc »s »|»n- in rn. 4. E«oh jiponsQrlntf jKnver slumld prepare a druH'ttenly wiHi as nmiiy |M>lnU of nxrcement as jiosibli'. 5. H Ku.s.sia not only re!uses 'o sjxmsor Hie oonterenco but also refuses to atlcnd. (he other niuions shoufd go Hlinu!. B The treaty »«n v ed niion by ihr iMnli'j'eiu-e .should be .signed by tin- Kovf>ntnii*iil or the KOvrrniniMiLs of Hie Western Oi'nnan /ones. T. If Hiiuilii still rt'filNo.s In piu- Hi'ipJi'.e, she should iiRain be fuvlti'd (o slun tlie tn-iuy dniftod by tho other nolioiu under threnU to fa- I prlvf her of nny of the treaty's benefits -- repaiati'JiiR, etc. —• If she doesn't. K. II Itir&slii refuses to sluu Hie liealy. no (]theL' action will bti lui- i'e\sary If Russia withdraws her itops from Kn.stern Gormnny And allow*, that urea to comu under the liealy - uti unlikely possibility. !> if Hussla'.s to withdraw her tiv^ops, the other miilgns should iipjienl lo the united Na- tioue seiuttty couticll U> order her lo net out. ' ID. If Iliissla velne» llir Hirnrl- h Courted SUt^jt, »nrt M mmnr ' trln M will join h«r, Hif Kn\*l»n» Mit *y foffW. liyint'K contended that «uch ft coijI-.M! will not be nectAfcary U tht Russian* will be re*son»bl«. :-: '"I'lu-rn in and always nu' been room In this world for more than one Ideology and more I'nan one way of IKc." he Raid. "There J« room lor ' the Sovlpt way of life and the American wny of lite..-There 1* too tnm-h tnlk of war and too lkttl« »f |H*nrc. • - • Kay Trevil, acclaimed in Krance as "Miss Paris o( Ifll7." will soon become just plain Mrs. Hay Mack of Columbus, Ohio. Her liance met trie 24-year-old Parisian beauty bctnre she held the title, "•hen he u-as Pic. Ra.v Mnck of the Army--and she was enler- liiinine U. S. Troops in llcidcl- bcrfi. Germany. Sbe cabled she would arrive in December. Churchmen Protest Policy Of President «ninst x nl! attempts to subvert It. " The group appointed a nine-man committee to draw up a constitution a nri pi a t f o rm for prose n - tation at the next meeting in St. Louis, is'o date was s»t for the meeting, but Mr. Daw son said ft would be held soon. Among those attending the or- ga 11121 UK .session were Severn I who iia\ r R been outspokenly opposed lo Taylor's mission to the Vatican in the past. They include Methodist Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam of New York, for mei' PIT .side n I of the Federal Council of Churches: Dr. Ifluie D, Nc'.vton of Atlanta, president of the tiou(..crn Baptist Convention: and Dr. Charles C. Morrison of Chicago, editor of the Christian Century. MEMOIRS WASHINGTON.' Oct. 15. <TJPi~- A group of prominent protest ant clergymen and laymen trfay announced formation of n nation-'.; jtle organization to "insure tho S"pa- | ra t ion of clui rch a nd s* ;i (e. " j Dr. J. M. Dawson of Washing- i ton. secretary of the jroup. said it.s purpose was "to resist any encroachment of the American doctrine for separation of church and state, which \vc believe involves rrlipioiiR liberty." Dr. Daw.^on said (hat as a part of it.s ])rogram the new organiza- I 'if on "demands imniodiate discon- I "innance of Myron Taylor a.s the President's personal representative to the Pope/' H c added thnt members of the group feel Taylor's role gives virtual diplomatic .status to the Vatican. Meeting here yp.storriay. some (>0 representatives of the various protest ant. denominations from all parts nf (lie U. S. adopted a resolution calling on: "All Americans who profess nllc- pmnce to Protestantism. Judaism or any other religious faith, and those, who though professing no chnrch allegiance believe in the American form of povornmont. to join in demanding that- legislature and executives anrt courts •hall defend the cnnstilntirm a- (Continued Irom Page 1) "patience an dfinrmp.v' policy to read "firmness and patience"—with emphasis now on firmness. The book contains many disclosures, including: 1.' Stalin told the late Preside-in Roosevelt; at Yriita he never would have sigvieil the iionaggression jn-i mlh Elitler in 1939 if Britain 'and Franco tiaci not snubbed Russia and appeased Hitler at Munir-li. 2. HitU-r decided ro make v-nr on nns-sia a year after the pact was .signed because (Urines believes > Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Mo:- otov "overplayed his hand' 1 and committed a "major diplomatic: blunder" by making additional immediate demands on Germany. Byrne-s believes the Oct. 13, 1310. Hitlcr-Molotov conference was "the turning point of the war." | 3. 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