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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS VOL. XLV—NO. 86 Blylhevllle Daily New» Blylheville Courier Summer Schools May Not Open because of Polio State Health Officer Recommends Delay To Missco Directors "In the face of the epidemic of polio, summer schools should not open," Dr. T. T. Ross, stale health officer, declared today. Eight more Mississippi County polio cases brought the county total to 50 today and school olficisls here expressed doubt that the schools scheduled to open in another week in the county will do so unless the epidemic is curbed. Max Reid, president of the Bly- thevlllc school Ijoard, speaking for W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of schools, who is attending a convention in Massachusetts, said the board will watch the progress of the disease to determine if schuob here will or will not open. Directors to Act Next Week ''Sometime next week, we wil tslce appropriate action." Vie snirt Eight rural schools in this count are scheduled to begin summer sessions July 11. •I think the schools will com ply with Dr. Ross's statement." said John Mayes, county supervisor o" schools with regard to other conn ^ji'.schools also due to open July 11 t^The schools will be governed b> the progress made in , iverconnnf the epidemic and the number o new cases breaking out," he saic Meanwhile, seven more county children »r« in Arknasas and Memphis hospitals today with the rtiseas* and another is en route to Jacksonville Cnnvatesce.nl Center with crippling* effects on her left side. At University Hospital in Littl I Rock are William Slaughter, months, Tomato, son of Mr. an Mrs. A. H. Slaughter: Patsy Sue Adams, 4, West Ridge: Dannie Dunham, 19 months. Tomato, son of Aaron Dunham; and David Dun[ can, >» months, of Highway 13. Charles Brown, Jr., 8-ycar-old I Negro from Lvjxora, is also In the | Little Rock Hospital. Two children in one. family were I admitted to John .Gaston isolation i ward in Memphis. Because of seii- I ous illness of relatives, their names I were not released for publication. I They are from the west side of the I county. Eddie Pearl Tillman, six-year- I old from Tomato, was sent to I Jacksonville today. Stricken June 17. her case was not diagnosed as I polio until yesterday, she is past infectious stages, health au- Fiioritics report, and her left arm and leg are paralyzed. The Dunham child was in contact with the Tillman girl during | the contagions period, said health i unit workers. THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI , ARKANSAS, SATUKDAY, JULY 2, 1949 EIGHT PAGES SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS OL'K KO1JK-SQUAKK STAND Monday. July 4.is a gical day for Americans. The American Way ol Life, born amid bloody conflict 173 years ago, has become a four-square pedestal of freedom from winch Americans face the world proudly. Savings Firm Here Shows | Rapid Grow*/? Dividends paid on its second birthday yesterday by the Blythe• ville Federal Savings and Loan As[ sociation totaled nearly Sa.OOO. Beginning with assets of S75.000, the loan association's financial | statement i?sned yesterday showed a 600 lior cent increase in its two years with assets of more than Polio Patients Crowd Hospitals More Treatment Cenfers Provided In Little Rock LT'lTLE ROCK, Ark., July 2 (AP)— After a onu-day lull |»lio vven^ on the ofJei^vve ui Arkansas again last nieht.. Seven more Arkansas, children were jammed into the already overcrowded isolation wards in University Hn.spitii] in Little Rock" through the night and early morning. The latest victims bop an arriving ]Hle yesterday jus^ after business Manager Ken Newman had announced the fir.st day in more than three weeks iti which the hospital had received no polio cases. So the total cases reported in Arkansas for the year moved upward to 148, with 59 -still in the Isolation wards. Those sui milled last mghi eaily thi? morning are: Killers Take to Highways for Gory And Inglorious Slaughter on Fourth Be alive on the Fifth! Holiday motorists were offered that advice today by the Arkansas State Police a^ the Foutth of July celebration approaches. Unless everyone, takes that advice to heart and uses extra caution to reverse the usual high holiday accident toll, many persons starting to celebrate the Fourth of July will not live to see that day out, according to Director of State Police Herman. E. Liiidsey . "Year after year the Indepen-* dence. Day celebration stands out as the No. 1 accident killer during the summer," he said, "This year p'ro'mlses to rim true to form, unless the celebrants themselves resolve to do something about It. "The three-nay holiday and the U.S. Government Ends Fiscal 1949 Deep in the Red Deficit Is Three Times President's $600 Million Estimate Hy Charles Molony WASHINGTON, July 2. </7'*—A big government revenue set back .stuck President Truman today with n 19-19 fiscal year budget deficit of $1,811,440,0-17.68—throe time -s greater than the $600,000,000 he had predicted. Because of the, huge size of the federal money figures, the President was off only 3.5 per cent in ov erestimatlng government Income. by $1.334,000,000 for the 12 months ended Thursday, Mr. Truman's estimates were made last January. The key figures, given roundly in a year-end treasury compilation, were: .spending $40.057,000,000, up $6,206,000,000 over the preceding year and a now peacetime high: i- e v e n u e $38.24G,000,QflO, d o w n $3,905,000,000 and at five-year low. Outgo Is Tu-lce Income An 18.3 per cent rise In spending And a 9.4 per cent drop In revenue converted the budget outcome from ati unprecedented -surplus of $8,419,000,000 In fiscal 1948 to a $1.811,000,000 deficit In the fiscal year just over. This nlsn sent the government bounding back into the familiar red—after ft two-year interval of living within Us Income for the only period in the lost- 20 years, Prospects point to an even great success of spending over revenue in fiscal 1950, just under way. A deficit estimate of $3,000,000,000 to $5,000,000.000 has come both from SAYS SHE'S INNOC'KNT—Judith Coplon says "1 inn innocent" as she speaks Into ft microphone at Washington after a federal jury convicted her of being a spy for Russia. The formr.,- Justice Department employe- was sentenced yesterday lo 10 years in prism,. Defense Attorney Archibald Palmer Is behind her. (AP Wirephoto) THE NATION TODAY Names of Innocent Persons In FBI Files Poses Problem WASHINGTON, July fiy James Marlnw (/I»j— An old problem has arisen again; What. continuing upward trend in vehicle j mileage may combine into a big i celebration and a hufje death and j injury toll, They spell out the chal- i lenge that confronts us." ' > Curtis Holland. 6, Patsy Sue Ad a 1115, 4. West Rida;c. : Mis.si5sip()i County. Danny Dunham, L Tomato com- musinV, Mi^si^ippi County. William Slaughter. 1. Tomato. Ijpiwrtl Fulhs. 6 months. Onia, Stone County. .Johmiv MrGep. 14. Corning. David Duncan, 9 months, Ely- tiieville. AJnre Wards Trovidcit Director Lindsey pointed out the i danger of speed as one .of the: special perils of the holiday celebration. He -said that speed contributes to one out of three fatal traffic accidents. "Speeders Lose!" is the slogan of a month-long program sponsored IC * ; by the Arkansas State Police ns l he July theme of "Operation Safety." a continuing traffic safe- iv education program directed throughout the country by the National Safety Council. "The Fourth ol July holiday celebration can be the trail bli^zer for •Courier News Staff \ ^o Observe HoKdayj The employes of the Courier News will join others in Blythe- viHe and Mississippi County in observance Monday of the anniversary of the declaration of independence for America. There will be no issue of the Courier Mews oti thai day. It is one ot three holidays observed each ycnr. Publication will be resumed Tuesday. Rock polio At a meeting of Arkftn^ns loan associations in Little Rock Ihis week, the local business was tcim- i nd the "Ia.ste.st growing IccH'ral g a n d loan n-s-sociation hi the fciate," according to \V. J- Pollard, fccrctavy and director. Yesterday's payment reprc-^ent- ed a three per cent dividend. The company has 184 home loans, all | in this city, and 185 share and savings accounts holders, all in Mississippi County except one. Accounts up to 55.000 are inured I by Vhe association. Rosco Cvaflon is preairicr.t of the association and James Terry 13 vice-president. Meanwhile, a third Lit Lie hosiptal pliintK'd to open a isolation ward. The msUtntinn in St Vincent's j Infirmary, which aiimmriccti that it expected the ward—equipped '" care for about 25 patients—U/ ready next week. Record Missouri Budget Okoycd By Legislature .JEFFERSON CITY, July '2 f/Pj— Now that Missouri's high-.spending legislftlure has uun for the summer, a rod net ion in the entire month's i (he taxpayers can buckle down to traffic toll, if motorists put llurirjthe job of footing the states bills, minds to it," said Director Lind- The legislature—now vacationing so>\ "And the safety trails blazed j --set a new record for pasiin^ out during this one month can lead fo t money to run the stnte government a reduced toll for the entire year, i for the two-year period which began if we keep up the good woik rinr- f > f'sterclay. to the rcmahimiEr vacation months of heavier motorinp." He offered the following tip^ to holiday drivers: 1. Begin your trip a little earlier i so yon won't be tempted to speed. hc [ Remember thai speeders loose i ^mnienriation.s i Take H easy on the Fourth and Two wards at Univeisuy Hospi- be aljvp or] Lhc Fjf{]l tal have furnislicd the .states only f 2 1 - )on - t drink if ym| [h . ivp and isolation facilities, but Arkansas S rton - t ( | rive ^ yov] drink. Baptist Hospital ht-rc- was to open i 3. Don't cut in and out of heavy an Isolation ward today. A number • lra rfic. Stay in line until piusin- of extern Arkansas victims—and i j^ sa ( e . the diseayr lias been mast serious , 4 Drive as if your life depemi-d in two Eftst Arkansas counties— 1 on j t because it docs. And other have gone to John Gas ton Hospital lives often depend on you. too at Memphis. Spread of the di>ra:se had slowed down somewhat ye-sievduy. Eiphl children have diocl--the latest on Thursday. total of $5fG.GOO., r )Gfi was pledged by Missouri* taw-making bud\ for ihfi two-year span. This is spunrlinj: money for the next two year." at the rale of about $700.000 a day CJov. Forrest Smiths spenrtnifj re- were outstripped was the record expenditure for the past two years. Smith reecnimrndet '.hat S559.077.311 be spent. And the previous record appropriation war Money that comes from th-~ tax payers is used for a wide vj rioter purposes— rrom paying boimtla on r.'olves and coyotes to paying salaries of supreme court judges. The state name of Arizona comes Home Agent Appointed from t\vt> Indian words-"aTi"' For Pem'tscot Countv meaning small and "zonac" mean- | ... ' in^ spring. ! By The Associated Precis Thirty persons died ill violent accidents a.s the nation began a three-day Fourth of July holiday. Nineteen of the victims lost their | lives In traffic accidents since 6 p.m. (local timel Fridny. Eipht | were drowned and three were killed in accidents of miscellaneous Localises. J The summer season's biggest out| "pouring on the country's highways 1 was getting into (till swing for the extended weekend, s o m c 33,000.000 cars art expected lo be on the highways goincr to vacation lands and resorts, the National | Safety Council estimated. The council also cstimaled 290 I person* will be killed in traltic tccldenU over the three-day period Soybe arts CHICAGO. I beans: Nov Dee Mar July i oy- High Low Close 240 237- 1 . f39'i-3fl 110'i 207-1, 209' i -OS 20S',i 206 21)7" i 201 Mrs. Velma Davidson, formerly o Union City. Tenn.. has been ap pointed hon;r economics extensio acent for Pcmisrot County. Miss |ouri. and will beqin her new wor .. n i • r f ir» i r-l l. !•'"'->' 20. it was announcc'd Ii May Result in barer A-Bomb 5ne!tersj CnimhcrsviIIr a ' is 130 Killed on First Day \ Hiqhcr Mathematics Applied to Atom Of Long Holiday Weekend 3 Senator Byrd (D-Va), a specialist on government finance, and from federal fiscal experts. President Truman's forecast 'n January for fiscal 1950 was for an $873,000,000 deficit. But this is generally considered out of date and is scheduled for revision next month, Also, many Congressmen are talking about passing some legislation ordering Mr. Truman to cut expenditures authorized by Congress, Tax Cut Has Effect Both the income tax cut voted y the 8011i Congress lasl year nd tlir economic downturn that of "iljitiijr w&y- r last falf pinyed iicir parts in knocking tax re- eipU evels. dential expectations. Expenditures, hi comparison with apt year, increased $1,886.000.000 or the miUlary establishment; 409,000,000 for Veterans Admlnis- ration co^ts; and 51,769,000,000 for he Commodity Credit Corporation •utlays. The European Cooperation Administration was an extra $4,011,000.000 in the expenditure column, but It was offset In part by decreases of $1,700,000.000 and $525,000.000 from the year before in two foreign aid items— the British oan ami Export-Import, Bank costs, respectively. to do about clearing innocent people who.se names are publicly listed as being in FBI files? Attorney General Clark has walked carefully in trying to handle it. We did thai y eslcrcl ay i n a statement, about the FBI records New Floggings Are Reported In Alabama down from Lhelr year ago Tax refunds surpassed pres- . BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. ..July 2. (AP) — Three more floggings by robed and hoodeil men were lulrtccl today to the long nsj ol nets of mob violence in the Binnlnghiim area. In each ca.sc the beatings followed Hie .same pattern laid down In a long serie.s of violent acLs l)_v robed night rider.s. Before rrecjsing ye.stcnlay. the Jefferson County rDirmingham) Grand jury had liikon testimony .--, ....... „ ......... from 15 witnesses. All three of the indiizruint outbursts marte public at Judith Coplon's trial. 67 Missco Farm Owners Qualify For Tax Refunds Two Operators List 20 Tractors Each To Top County's List Sixty-seven fiirm operators la Muisi&iippi County have obtained permits from Die Arkansas Revenue Rcpiirtment a.s the basts for payment next year of gasoline tax refunds authorized by the 1M9 State Legislature ,it was disclosed tocliiy by department officials in Little Rrt-k. The G7 operators—and the list docs not luchute some of the lpr~- est in the county—have registered '•'0 mt-.r vehicles which are used '» r iinnlni! operations. Ih D-S. l.ane.v Farms of Oseola and the [i.e. U>nd Company or I e ict Mile each registered 20 tractors, or other Rasoline-dieled ve- ! i 1< on which payment of the •1.5 cents pei' Ballon refund will be clnimert to top Hie list of larger operators. Pour others listed in or more vehicles. They arc: J.B. Wilson, Joiner. 12; G.I,. White and Sons, Osceola, and Leslie E. Speck, Sr., Frenchman's Uiyou, 1! each; and Elizabeth H. K<-,»-den. Joiner, 10. l~i w Fnacted in February The next larRcsl among the permit holders are: Cromcr Bothers, Osceola. and Bowden Brothers. Joiner, with seven each; Lanstston id Lanpslon, Blyttleville and W. Bryan Hiirkctt, BiiKselt, six each; J.R. Lnmhert. Route 1, Blythertlle, oblemloi-r and Williams. Osceola, Mrs. Louise Chapman, Armorel, and Hiram Alexander, Osceola, four each. When (he refund legislation was Iwfore Mic General Assembly last Februny. an Associated Press news item out of Little Roclc quoUd leg- Thc trial judge several weeks ago had ordered tlio.se files thrown open because directly or Indirectly they were connected with the Cop- Ion case. The files, not the people Out tumbled the names of many wen-known people, although their Ucine In the files might, or might not, have meant they had done something wrong. It didn't necessarily mean they did. Information about them, I rue false, hoi been pumped,- !n>4> files from FBI Informants. 'All of it. screwy or true went Into the files for- future reference—If needed. Tills coulii happen lo you. Could Have Refused Clark could have refused to open •• files but that would have the meant dropping the He didn't want Unit. the files. And Miss convicted Ihis week. Hut opening tile files hiul bromtht Coplon case. So out came Coplon was Berkley Sparks Drive to Reunite Split Democrats COLUMBIA, S, C.. July 2. ,Y7V- Vice President Alben W. Hark Icy continued In the role of peacemaker to dissenting South Carolina Dcmo- crnts today- He assumed the rule in nn hoitr- \OI\K address last night befnrc 500 cheering party members, mosl. of them pro- Truman Democrats. The vice president appeared al a "Inirrnony dinner" which was fciv- cn for the announcer) purpose of I rcn ni tin); Die state's dlvicJerl party members. Nrt proceeds froin the Sl5-n-piate afTair went TO the party's nntiimal treasury. H;irkU-,y went to Su;irlunburg to ad<lrc.ss the stale's Fc<tcratinn «i Labor <AFI,) today. From there he will j,'(j to liis I J aclucah, Ky., hninc, lV,\rV;ley saui lust niKht tluii he did not conic to South Carolina lo "apologiH; for t>ie Democratic I 5 arty." He came, he declared, "to proclaim it a.s the only political or- ganiKntfon 1 * thai has "represented thr ijnoplc in their hcrnts and con- new floggings occurred May 20 iti the coal miriinj; hills west of here. Two other whippings in Clay Comity, a rural .section 70 mites east of ninniiiL'luLm, and one in southern Jefferson County were revealed for the lir.st time Thursday. jack Alexander. 38. oi CJnintown, who Was ainon^' thn.se beaten May 20, said :tl least 100 rohrd and hooded men. all .'U'rn< L (l, "bu.sUd into my luni.sc and tor.t: me out." Tile moh. .snmr armed with shot- qims. some wilh pistols, nave him 10 lashes, lie .sitid. and warned him to gel a Jrb. Two othrrs. oi:e a woman, were named by AleMtnder as having b< <n whipped the .^irne n:^iil In '.he s'ame per.rial ruca. Families nin- firmed the br:itln;'.s, but nr\vsm<-n did not iiml the other virtnn.s. CirciiiL Juiliie Robert .;. Wheeler charged the J:iry to "s:ei. tn the Ixjt.- (Oin of riotous. vi-i:oitious and malicious nets" ol n;^lit riders in Oils district. frmn fair- mlnded people who fenvctl innocent persons might 1m VR IJITHI listed In the files and, bocnu.se 'of the exposure, were smeared and dam- nficd. At the Mine Clark was iiskcd for comment by newsmen but he kept, (jmct. mHU yrstenlay. when the trinl and sentencing of Miss Coplon were finished Then In n written Klatrmrnl he explained v.hy hc hnd thought iL nectary tn open up Hie secret files wjth llirtr load of strange Information. But— Hr; did not touch directly on one point: What about Lhc status of snmc 1 of thoKR people named in the fik-.s? If he had flatly listed somn of the people, by name, as 1mlocont this would have Irff. Hie public tn tone lml v that Mi'- .-K not. so sln- t:!cd out v.T-re f*i-il1v The problem mn.st hrtvc troubled Clark for lie ^cms tn ]nvc trier to handle i1 nl'ivi'i- v- hi t v 'i, way Src i'itoni,i;.M on r«sc 2 Lslators' eslimates that Mississippi County farmers would receive ur>- wnrds of $300,000 annually In refunds These figures were bated on the estimated use of 4,500 tractors in the county, and that the average amount of fuel would be around. 1,500 gnllons per year per vehicle. It was suggested that one concern operating In the county might, be. able to collect a refund of as much' »« S85.000. . •>,•.•[.'"' I-bnna.GU ,vhk'Ji;lo fc*yl> r fW i*- unds have been . available ->,linr« fiarly in April and the number of permits issued by Edgar Richardon, director of the Motor Fuel Tax Division of the state's revenue de- iiirtment. since April 1 Indicate tiat comparatively few of the farm jporators in this county.'will be in i position to -collect, the maximum efunds (or the first year the new let is in force. Xn Refunds Until April, 19S» No refunds can. be paid until See KAKMKKS on Pace I World News Roundup —• Communist Premier of Bulgaria Dies; Czech Reds Press Anti-Catholic Drive Many Miles Travelled by School Buses Mississippi Cotmty school buses drove almost six million miles last year taking county pupils to school. John Mayes, county school supervisor, explained that the above figure, termed "day-tnlles," was arrived at by multiplying each pupil's attendance by number ol miles he rides the bus. Each school district, said Mr. Mayes. receives aid from the state KcnmU'/.mg Transportation Fund b'isf'd (jn Hie above information. Tlie ;i\(\ is determined by the miles children v:crc carried and the buses ".State aid lor transportation this year will po.ssl bly be more th an before," Mr. Mayes said. Lust year Mississippi County received: $121,- I.uxora pupils covered the greatest distance w 11 h 742,087 day-miles. I Boynton ranked J93 day-miles. LOS ANGELES, July 2, C.'TV—Your MIIOVC aboul at random. By using bomb shelter in any future atomic var may be safer as a result ol a inference tins week between mathematicians and physicists. "The problem of how lo shield civilians from radiation in an atomic explosion may be nearer solution because of this symposium on the Monte Carlo method." Dr. J. H. Curliss, chief of the Applied Mathematics Division of the National Bureau of Standards, said. The "Monte Carlo method." details of which were top secret, during the war. is a new way of solving mathematical equations. It rec- j ognlzcs that there are certain elements of chance in figuring where a high-speed missile—or a particle from an exploded atom—will go. Tf you were a worker in an atomic bomb factory, you'd have to be shielded from certain tiny but deadly pavtitles ol radiation. If scientists can determine in advance where these particles are most likely lo hit, they can give you better protection. The trouble is. these particles new electronic computing machines, however, scientists hope lo "outguess" the wild particles and predict the paths most of them arc likely lo take. ! If (hey can do this, the protective shields in atomic energy plants —or in bomb shelters of the future —will be more effective. "In a sense." Dr Curtis said yesterday, "Monte Carlo is the story of roulette and atomic energy. Games of chance, like roulette or dice, can be analyzed statistically in accordance with the laws of probability. moving objects. 1 * Attending the symposium were representatives of a business-machine corporation, the Atomic Energy Commission, the Bureau of Standards, and Die Rand Corporation. The Rand Corporation, mere existence of which once was a military secret, is a privately-financed research group currently devoted lo government projects. The three- day conference, which ended yesterday, was held on the University She uill .succeed Miss Elvira Sellers who resigned several months ago. Mrs. Davidson l.s in KennetL. Mo., at this time taking special training for her work with the Mercury Hits 98-Dcgree High Here for Third Day " i'-inii£ i\jt (|tl S*.U17. WII.J] I [1C f n MJ M . t f Missouri Extension service, M D ' n Row; not 4th Forecast fUy Uio Aitsnrintrd I'rrsM The Coummiu.-.' urrtnicr <>> l^ul- (•aria. Gr<.i t;i Uimtlrnv di Ml of diabetes to<!:iy in a MOM.'OU sanitarium, Moscow (ladio reported. The olfk'irtl Mr J,COW atU'o;in<;<'.' meat called Diiui'iov nn rjat.standiny eadcr of Oio LJiti-rnatiotial worhinfi Class innvruifiil. Hi«h Soviet riuili- itifR cxi>rcsMTl piotowntl i^virl Dlmitrov v.a:- lh<- chlei r|cln'ifrr,nt n tiic Berlin Urlcli-stag fin* trial n 19^3- He wa.s a towpr of str-'iif-lh lo Stalin Y>\ulflliiK Commnrism 5ii Eastern European countries Whrn j Amburgey. farm extension agent for Pp.miscot County, s Weather don't follow any known pattern but! of California's Los Angeles campus. Arkansas forecast: Partly cloudy this afternoon, tnni^ht and Sunday with scattered afternoon and evening thmidershowcrs mostly [n s'nith portion. Not much change In temperatures. Missouri forrrast: Fair and continued hot tonight and Sunday. Minimum this morning—7fl. Maximum yesterday—98. Sunset today—7:17. Snnri.se tomorrow—4:51. Precipitation 24 hours from T a.m. today—none. Tol al .since .Ian. 1—.11.41. Mean temper at ure < midway I ween high and low)--87. Normal mean for June—78. This Date Ijisl Year Maximum this mornin^~fi9. Maximum yesterday—85. Precipitation Jan. i to this dale -27.68. H. s day.s been holler than n lire- er here for the p^.sL three and the weatherman today co'vilr) offer no variety in lenipcr- aUirr.s lor 72 -hour Independence Dny holiday. The mercury hit 98 again ye.s- tcrdru-— (he same high lhat waa recorded here on the two preceding dayi. The rest of the state and nation, too, wa* promised a hot, dry Fourth of July by the weatherman. Other partA of (he country sweltered in Ihe early ,luly heat and humidity The central and .sou l hern states .sizzled in thr hottest \v either of the summer season yr-.slerdny^i.s the mercury climbed into the 90's over wide areas and nit 100 in some citEcs. Similar readings «'^re forecast today The mountain states also were promised continued hot weather. he left In Apr I] to RH to the Mo.scfi Premier and Korr:i;n MmisU-r V:v.'-,Kolarov took ovrr the IcarJershiu of Bulgaria. Czcrli-Catlmlir Frml (irons The heavy h;ui<l of the O'*-n Communist ^ovc'iumcnl m^vcd Inr- ther to still'- Uir: [toman O.uhuhc hierarchy in O7<-rii';Mr>vnkla The government warned f oieieti diplomats not to make unannounced tripa Into largely Horn an Catholic Slovakia, where there have been bloody clashes between z churchmen Rnd Communist ofhclals lately. This is a wcrkrnd o[ R-'Hcious! make the holidays and the ^nvernnif!n*.-.s|iGti- sored Catholic Action organization Is moving In to take over some of the activities. There will be Catholic pilgrimages and celebrations honoring the missionaries. Sts. C.vril and Methodius and the Mnnk St, Prokop. Rev. Josef Plojhay. a priest whr> is health minister in (he Communist with only Kijverrimi'nt, will deliver an address at Straznlce, Moravia. Thousands of Communist adherents wiV pilgrimage The government apparently is spo uide variety (if cnnch affairs now, Tlie education minister hr? \m : n very active of late closing 1o\vn monasteries and taking over riiurch publications. The Communist-sponsored Catho- Red Ends 30-Day Jail Sentence for Contempt of Court NFAV YORK. July 2—Wi—Jolin Onics. .(lit«r ol the Communist Uuly Worker. Is due to be [reed fifiin j;ill today alter serving 30 days for ct'iitetnpt of court at the Cv>imnnnl*t conspiracy trial. Tlirce other defendants, also cit- rr) for contempt, have been sen- trtic-rd lo jail for the duration of thr trial. Only one day before Oates' term was to end, the u. S. Court of Apipeals yesterday upheld the sentence imposed by Federal Judge Harold R. Medina. Gates was jailed June 3 after he refused on the witness stand to name three persons who haj helped him prepare a pamphlet for veterans entitled "Who Ruptured Our Duck?" Crates, who contended that naming the three persons would cost them their Jobs, appealed the «n- tence. In sustaining Judge Medina's action, the three-judge appeals court sntd Gates put himself In a position where he htid to answer the question when he "voluntarily" offered the pamphlet In evidence. Gates is one of 11 top red leaders, on trial on charges of conspiring tie Arlion wants to make a good to advocate the forcible overthrow showing over the weekend and' nf the government. The triai i* See TRKMJKR on Tagc 8 | In recess until Tuesday. •'

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