The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 18, 1947
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PAGE TEN BUTHEVILLB ' (ARK,) COURIER NEWS '• ' 1 i Congressman Expresses Fear Cold War With Russia Soon Con Become a Very Hot Battle WASHINGTON, Nov.-12. (UP.)—Rep. pvrrrtt M. Drlkson, R,, ill,, declnred 'today th»t Russia Is "Jeverlshly preparing" for war. He said the "cold war" between the United States and ihr Soviet Union easily could .lead to. shooting In Germany unless wo bolster thai country against the .spread or Communism. Dirksen said Germany is the key to Europe. He said It, imusfnoi b* abandoned lest Ku&sla communl^ the entire continent ; Already, Dirksen told the House, Hie ".steady and unheralded biis- = mesa of preparing (or War goifs 'ileadily forward in .(lie Soviet Un! ion." He said Russia, J.s producing tanks, guided missiles and tactical and jet planes at "an alarming rate." "In many quarters," he said, "one ' can- secure on even money Avagcr •• that war Js In trie oJiinc-" - Dirk.sen, chairman oT n .special I joint congressional armed service : appropriations committee which ic- ; cently toured Europe, sold the UnjU '• ed States could cliche to abandon ' Europe, and parUciilarlv Germany, to the Soviet Union. ' - . - f>arm KegfmentaUon Here : "If wf do," he said, "let'.s remember that we arc playing for keeps." In that case, he said it would - mean that ."henceforth Stalin will write the ticket! nnd we shall do business with Kuropean countries on ' his basis." Dirk.sen said this would Imperil western civilization and ' "mean regimentation for us." The other conrsrvi open lo tlie United SUtcs, Dirkseh said, would be to provide "niggardly aid"—and 'it may have been too niggardly al „ . j . plies and (he capacity/of onr own country lo produce." In carrying out A program to revitalize German economy, Dlrk.sen paid, Poland and France first must be assured tl>at we do not intend to build np> German industry to a point where it might become a war potential. But, at the snrne Ilinr, he .sniri, the destiny of Germany "involves the ultimata de.Ulny of America, the safeguarding of onr freedom." Therefore, we must vigorously attack the problem o( Communism in I hat defeated enemy country. World Wnr II never ended, Dirk- seji contended, biR "merely shifted from the battlefield lo the diplomatic front." The United Stairs, hr fV.uvd, may bf. making thr same mistake It made after the first world war when It pulled nut nf Europe. "We have won « war and are losing Ihr iiratr," hr .said: "Go<l Riant Hint it t* not Jrrftrlrvatily lost." Dirksen said I hot should Russia fnil to comrminize Germany and 'TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1947 Communists Riot In France ' ready"—or provide "decent selcc- i Europe through "propngamlR, vili- ', live, adequate Rid, having rluc re- HcAtipn, insult, pressure am! abuse", gard for the availability of sup- chcre i.s another weapon to use— C<,n were Tennessee-Born Princess Visits Childhood Friend iLimsus swurin over' the Marseille Pnlacc of Justice 111 demonstrations while lour o[ their memnera Inside on trial for fustigating similar activities, shortly afterwards seized the City Hall JACKSON. Tenn., Nov. 18. lUPi —Princess Elizabeth of Hesse returned fo her home: her* yesterday (or the flrsl time since 1315 with her husband, Crown Prince Christian, and daughter Olga. She was born Elizabeth Roger.* j here, daughter of Richard Reid Rogers v:ho served in several governmental posts on the continent. The three visited Mr. ind Mi.s. Randa!. Vann. The Princess and Mrs. Vann were childhood schoolmates. H was Prince Christians' fifth trip to this country, but first to the South. He was silent on the European situation. He said he had not been back to Hesse since the war. (Hesse Is in the American Occupation Zone of Germany but lost Its Independence in 1918). The prince is the nephew of Augusta Victoria o( Germany and a j grandson of Christian IX of Denmark and a former officer of the German Navy. (rrel" over Bilbo's death last Summer. Bilbo was denied his scat at the opening of the Mth Congress alter charges were voiced that he profited Irom dealings with war contractors and had advocated denial o( the vote to Negroes in his successful reelection campaign. Stennls avoided the race Issue In his campaign. nnd heal the new I3e Ganlllst mayor. (NBA Harlo-TeJephoto, Paris to New York.) war can l)r quickly into a hot war," lie "force." ''Tim cold transformed said. "To abandon Europe now," he added, "is to abandon freedom, not only for them hut for ourselves. It means placing Western culture and Western civill/.atlon in peril." The Communists, uirKscn said, use "quite simple" operating methods to accomplish their objectives. "They alxilish itii punucai opposi- FREE! FREE! FREE! 1—$50.00 U. S. Savings Bond 1—$25.00 U. S. Savings Bond each week. *I575 IN UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS During Southern Auto Stores "Old Fashioned Bargain" Sale NOTHING TO BUY! Register Daily at Your Local Southern Auto Stores Registration Day-Every Day! Plan to Attend Saturday Nite Drawings! You May Win a U S. Savings Bond! REGISTER DAILY! lioJi to the Communist .stale. They jail ali opponents under trumped- up charges and keep them confined without trial or (he right of habeas corpus . . .they liquidate? all freedom , . . and so by easy stages the triumph of brutality over freedom becomes complete." HR F.AM Germany was the prin- ••ipal obstacle to the "imperial dream" of Russia's high command and the Communists. "Outre Germany falls, France and Italy will be, cosy," he said. "The conl and steel of the German Ruhr when coupled with Soviet resources would be an invincible combination. Of course, slave labor would do the work. Already 15,000,000 or more slave laborers work under guard in the Soviet Union. ! MlSSOUrian IS Killed TC\K of them ever conic back." ' , , , * • • • » He advance, a lu-polnt program ] '" Arkansas Accident foj- Geimnnv which Included "def- ! inito a.ssuraiiccs against the with-j ASHDOWN. Ark.. Nov. 18. drawnl nl nur troops and militnry officials until the job lor which in- j eluded "definite assurances against j the withdrawn! of our troops ami • military officials until the job for which the war was fought 1ms been j completed" Complete preparation 1 must bi: settled as sooii as possible lo encourage incentive among manufacturers now fearful their plants may be seized. , He also .said there must be currency reform; an .information program to give freedom "a press iiRcnL"; modification of restrictions on travel and communication, and re-education in democracy of-German children. "Appeasement, (of Communism) mast stop," hr .said. "There must ! be a firm tough policy. "No longer can we be lukewarm toward this peril." Stennis Takes Bilbo's Seat In Congress i WASHINGTON. Nov. 18 (UP)_ Jolm Stennls, 46, took, in the Senate yesterday as successor | to the late Theodore G. Bilbo D. | Miss. ; He thus gave Mississippi Its full Senate representation (or the (irst ; time since Bilbo was denied his seal last Jan. 4. Stennls, a lawyer and rormc-r judge, defeated Rep. John E. Rankin, D., Miss., and four other candidates In a special election two weeks ago. I The Senate adopted a resolution of "profound sorrow and deep re- Re»d Ootirier H«w» Want Adi. W. H. (Bill) PEASE Local A Kent Foi Huttljc Venetian Blinds Master McUl Weather Stripping Tata" All Metal Screens National Window Guards Screen *)oor Grilles Mule Hide Nu-Tnp Roofing Asphalt Tile Rock Wool Insulation •h««".f il'i* b"ol'r»t'"MATEKNAL .nd°NEK'5pRN CARH. wrilirn by in ountancJinK •prcijljht. 61 p«Kt* of il!liv[r»1rd rduritinnil nulrriil, A Dooklri «vrir molhtr n«r<lft. Williams, miUKisl CITY DRUG CO. 101 E. Main SI. Plume FRAZIER Bus Lines New Location 105 North Lake Street PHONE 2331 Buses to— • AKMOlllil, • HUFFMAN • PROMISED LAND • NO. Or • STATK LINK CHARTER BUSES Eat Shop in Connection FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY (UP) — Mrs- L. M. Knowlanrt, 45, of Kansas City, Mo., wife of the flutist accompanist for Miss Margaret Truman was killed when a cfir driven by Kuowland turned over severnl £ime.s -'Sunday night The accident happened six miles; south of here on highway 71. ( Knowland said today that he i turned his car sharply to avoid ; hitting a horse and it turned over ; when the wheels struck loose gravel ( on* the highway shoulder. Mrs, Knowland suffered a fractured skull and died instantly- Steel's Top Ten CLASSIFICATION NET TONS Automotive 2. Construction tm . Containers 1,319,469 3,2*9,993 5. Machinery, Tool* sr 2.1M.425 6. Commercial Equipment 1.1M.1M 1. Applianctii c I. 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