The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1947 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1947 U.S. to Distribute Own Propaganda Counter-Campaign To Be Launched in Occupied Germany BKRLIN. Oct. 29.' (UP) _ aetl. Lucius r>. Clay, American military! governor. said,yesterday tii e Unit-i «! States ulanilerl to -pen a counter-propaganda campaign in Germany (o "defend the principles we lybel'eve in a::d attack '.hose :\e' G* don't believe In." ! Clay saitl United SUte.s points of view and United Slates con- ' cciilions of democracy — as prpc- .ticed HI home — would be expressed In de'.all to the ncrinan ,people under HJD new program. "We don't believe In Communism in any mariner. shaj> e or form," he told a piers conference. Clay .mid American democracy meant, in pan, .sarcgimnlinp ti le | .rights o.' the Individual. ' i ;' 1J» said German-language- or-' guns of tli e military government ] ; would be used in the new < am-1 iwlirn. along with radio, and 'hat ' when necessary, military. ROVfrn- ' .men-, officials .voultl make si>ee-i ches to hammer home the irioals of • '-American' democracy Clay said no ro:-c:..;n aovc-m- ! mentjj would h e attacked :mri--r I the new program, bm thai ti, e i campaign would be com,)ar.i|'l,, ;o! recent trends in the Soviet press ' regarding "American Capitalists'" ile said, however, that t'lii- communist Party in no way would he prevented from opcratinf; in the American Zone, and that any such j .suppression would be a vi'olat /n ' • or American democratic- concepts ! Employes of the military gnvcni- ' merit, he said, wotilc lie" expected '< to live up to American democratic standards, and any officials professing Cimmuntstic beliefs would -•be removed from their post in the V. S, military government. Montgomery Hit For Slow-Down Of Potton's Army PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 29 (UP) — The Late Gen. George S Pulton Jr.. believed thai ii his Third Army had been permitted to smash directly across the Rhine in the late summer of 1044 "the war would havj ended sooner and more lives would heve been saved," it was revealed today. Patton blamed British Marshall Bernard Montgomery for a slowdown of the Third Army, terming it "ihc momentous error of the war. 1 ' The colorful commander, in his personal Journal published in part . In the Nov. 1 issue ofVhe Saturday' ;t'Eveuing Post, wrote that Mont-, gomei-y influenced General Eiscn- •hower to divert much-needed gas- :..o!ir.e and munitions to an Ameri- v -,can First £rmy movement to aid ;: British Forces. ;H The Third Army was, therefore, ^stopped in its tracks at a time when ..,'we could have gone through and Kpn across tlie Rhine within 10 clavs." BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER Makes 4000-Mile Mercy Flight Alon "back into the Atlimllc." The pix'iwnitions for the maneuver—"Exercise Seminole"—have omitted (he atomic bomb us u factor in the problem, but aside from trial Army olflcluls said it was a "I'CB- umtion war. " Armistice Day has been set m »«lvn.«o ,,,,d (1 ,e "ho.sum,,.,, will Construction .( . ij,,^, ,,„„„ inrt omcinlly on Nov. 0, when Uie dwelling requires the use 0( 440 ships o[ Ta.sk l'\>ivc Choc-law will | l )olll »ls of "alls turn back HCI-OS.S the dull of Mexico to Houston nnd the arinoretl troops will ii-turn by convoy to Cnniii Hood, Tex. PAGE THRE1 WARNING OKDER In the Chuiu'rry Court, Chlckaww- b» Jdilricl, Mlulstlppl County, /Arkansas. Kdwurd Hisk ',Plalnlllf, vs. No. 10,213 Opal Risk ' Defendant. The defendant Opal Risk Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Kdwvd Rlik. D.Ujd thU It <U? <x October,; . HARVEY MORRI8, OMrk By B*tt>r PeUrion, diputr. Attorney for Pi»lntUf: ." Doyne Dodd Chubby, 16-monlh-old Maurils H. Van Hck is pictured in New •inik afler flying alone from his Amsterdam, Holland home en route lo PliiiadclpliM for a delicate operation, lie swallowed some paint (lanes which lodj-C't in Ills windpipe and lungs. There were no incriical instruments in Die Netherlands to remove Ihe slivers 50 the 40IW-mtle mercy P.iRhl wan a--:.nged. ilulding Maurils Is a f.i;v,i.y friend, Dr. H. P. Laqucr, who accompanied the boy lo Jackson Clinic of Temple University. Army Staging Mock Battles in First Maneuver Problem Since War's End I HOUSTON. TEX.. Oct. 29. (UP) — ; Aii Army Tank Force organized j near Houston yesterday for a sur- j prise counter attack against an "ag- 1 srcssor army" driving Northward ! !oward Washington, in the first Armed Forces maneuver problem since the end o! the war. Troops of the Second (Hell on Wheels) Armpred Division, once commanded by the late Gen. George Patton. loaded tanks and vehicles aboard an invasion licet of 24 ships moored at Port Houston. The fleet was scheduled to start, maneuvers in tile rcnde7.vous ar?a near Galveston on Oct. 31. The 7,000 men of the Army; Navy anc! Marine Corps will move ashore near Panama City, on the West Con-si or Florida on Nov. 3. Tlie rii.sk lorce will attempt to surprise the two corps of "enemy ' troops which supposedly landed at lie wrote. Ill Patton'.s opinion this drive '.vould have averted the later costly Battle of the Bulge. * cough! »f coug! » tHEST COLDS savannah. Ga.. and Jacksonville Fla., during the Summer and lias driven deep into U. S. territory. Maj. L. \v. BiiiBham. public information officer, said the landing will force the "invaders" to divert reinforcements South and thus weaken iheir thrust Into the industrial North. 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