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March 30, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAGE snt ^ BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1949 " Czechs Sentence 2 U.S. Soldiers - Two Men Accused ^Of Being 'Spies' For United States PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia, March 30. (iP;—Two American soldiers have been sentenced to prison terms of 10 and 12 years on charges of spying agai.'ist Czchoslovakla, the official press bureau said yesterday. The two mehj under arreat since Dec. 9, were convicted at a ««eret trial last Saturday. The men were arrested wh«n they wandered across the border last December. American authorltl« In Germany said they were fttwent' without leave from their unite, Czech authorities insisted the two GI's were on a secret mission anrt reiused the American embassy of* flcials the right to see or talk with them. .The pre^s bureau announcement said Alexander Jones, alias Hunter, was henUnced to 10 years. Clarence Mill was sentenced to 12 years. The men previously had been Identified as Clarence K. Hill, 31, of Jackson, Miss., and George R. Jones, 22, of Owensboro, Ky. U.S. embassy officials were considering today what steps they could take. DougHnuts—the 'Unusual' Pastry Not "Spies" FRANKFURT, Germany, March 29. (/I") — U.S. Army headquarters declared lhat the two American soldier* convicted in Prague of espionage "definitely were no 'They were nol on any mission but were absent without leave when they went Into Czechoslova kta," »n official Army spokesman The Army spokwmnn declined to comment on speculation amon American* here that the soldiers' conviction might be R retaliation against the US. Army's recent spy trials in Munich. Seventeen Europeans—several of them Czechs—were convicted in the Munich trials of spying on U.S. Jorcw In Germany for the Czech Intelligence Service. Another "Wife" Reported or Romeo in Missouri FARMIKGTON, Mo.. March 30. 'I —Another wife of the accused 'Illlnm C. Maliurln has turned up. he makes a total o[ six. A suit tiled In circuit court on ehalf ol two daughters of Mrs. •ottie chapman risk Maliutin, who led March 17 In a questioned lire," mentioned the other wn- iim in Miihurin's Ille, He and his latest wife, the former Irs. pisk. had jusl bought a larm ear here. Her two children, by a ormer marriage, arc suing to get Mahurin, who is charged with These wide-eyed Jewish children look lo Jerusalem shop specializing in the Rinuly at American-type doughnuts being prepared in a "unusual" pastry. The price per sinker is 10 cents. lit place. But a year later the party lenders who now are on trial reconstituted the party and threw Browder out on the ground his policy was not militant enough. The government Introduced evidence earlier to try to show this was done under pressure from French and Russian communist official!. Williamson's article appeared In the Daily Worker, Communist paper, June, 24, 1045. a month before Ihe party was re-born. It was identified by Louis F. Dudnez, government witness and ormer Daily Worker editor. Ho rc- lounccd the party In October, 1915. nd now tenches economics nt New Sears Catalogue Lists Price Reductions CHICAGO, March 30— liTi— Scars, Roebuck and Company said ycstcr- dny it is mailing Its midscason spring catalogue featuring "many price reductions in all lines." The 282-page book , a supplement to the general catalogue issued in January. Includes for the first, time a flat-bed utility farm wagon, an aluminum summer lawn house. Communists Led Astray, Witness Soys NEW YORK, March 30. f/Ti — Testimony thnt American Communist leaders now on trial for conspiracy believed Enrl Browder had led the party nstray in the recent war was presented by the government yesterday. U. S. Attorney John F. X. Gohey read to the Jury an article fc-rltten by Jolrti B. Williamson, fl defendant, which said the Browser "endangered the world struggle •gainst reaction in 1944." The article also said that American Communists, in following Browder, "allowed themselves to forget certain laws of Marxism." Browder, one-time top man In the Communist Parly here, dissolves the party In 1944 and formed the Communist Political Association in Forclham University. The rtefcmtrmt.s are charged with conspiring to advocate overthrow of the U. S. government by force. vlnylitc plastic floor coverings, ;in< a seven-horse power twin outbfxir mo Lor. HuMfip I ^™ E , painty COOKING FAT are rich, moist tender murder in the "fire" death, had said Mrs. Fisk was his -ifth bride. The suit says he married Miss Artele Robertson, a St. Louis milliner, in September, 1945. The attorney /or flic children, Melvin L. Hcrtzman, says the former Miss Robertson told htm she left Mahuiln last October and never got a divorce. HerUman found no record of a divorce In St, Louis city or county. Mahurin married Mrs. risk last December. 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