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PAGE NINE BI.YTHEVn.I.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY «, 19« 1 American Reds Loyal to Stalin Conspiracy Cose Witness Tell, of Pledge Made in 1935 NEW YORK, July 6. (AP>— American Communist leaders Joined In addressing Premier Josef Stalin is "Our Leader" in 1935. a /imiimml.st conspiracy trial dc- Vv'dani testified under cro&s-ex- aminatiun yesterday. Gilbert Green of Chicago. Ihe witness, said he was in lite American delegation attending the seventh world coneress of the Communist Internationa] at Moscow in 1935. Others in the delegation were Earl Browder, then general secretary of the American Communist Party, and William Z. Poster, its present national chairman, the defendant said. Onpstioiied by US. A-iorney John P. X. McGohcy as the 25tli week of the trial opened. Green said I he U.S. deleaation voted ior a srcet- in« to Stalin in which the Soviet leader was addressed a.s "Our Leader.' The preetins said the Communist parties throughout the world "will ronsalictote their connections" under Stalin's leadership and "will be faithful to the end to th? b.uui^r.s of M;t'\. Binds ami Stalin." the wit-wis testified. '•Under this banner." said tho greeting "Communism will triumph th-'ou^liout the world. 11 Green, Illinois chairman of his party, said the Russian premier attended one session of the Cnnsress. Asked by MrGohey if he had met Stalin, the witness replied: "I never had that honor or pleasure." I wj The answer was stricken at the fjTenuest of defense counsel. The Cliicagoan and his 10 co- de'fildants are charged with conspiracy to advocate the violent overthrow of the U.S. government. UNKINDEST CUT—When a nearby grocery undersold him on candy, sum and cigarets Glen Park, Indianapolis, Ind., druggist retaliated by stocking some grocery items and slashing prices. Park sells esgs at 49 cents a do/.en against his rival's price o( 85 cents. Kommandatura Is Revived for Control of Berlin Chiang Kai-shek Appeals for Aid By United States BERLIN', July 6 <AP>— The old NEW YORK. July 5. t/Pi— Chiang four-power Kommandulura, which Kai-Shek appealed for United ruied Berlin until the Russians'- States air] in combatting the spread walked out last spring, was revived : of Communism in China, in an yesterday by Hie deputy military governors. The decision W;LS announced after a three-hour meccing of Ihe deputies ii, the Allied Control Council Building. Tile Kommanaatura was organized in 1945 by the occupation authorities to provide Four-power rule of the city of Berlin along the same technical lines as the four-power Teachers' Association Considers exclusion of Communists as Members BO6TON, July 6. (AP)—The National Education Association, representing 825.000 teachers, took un- dei consideration yesterday an amendment to exclude Communists mcinocM's. A portion of the delegates in convention here voted earlier against a loyalty oath lor 'cachers. The proposal to amend the NEA's by-laws to exclude Communists was oflcrorl by William F. V. Siuinders ot New York. It will be ••cled upon later. Eighl hundred delegates repre- icnting the Department of Chiss- rcom Teachers (membership 350,- 'COt voted unanimously against the! ^ath requirement at a meeting held ' in conjunction with the 87th annual convention of the nssociatlon. The resolution said the department "deplores the growing prac- lice ot enacting discriminiitory Icg- slatlon that singles out teachers." Non-Union Kentucky Mines Remain Idle MADISONVILLE, Ky., July «. (AP)—Non-union coal mines In th« West Kentucky field remained idle yesterday. Nine ot them were closed last week because of mass visits by United Mine Workers members in an orpanlring campaign. UMW- ojiM-ated mines were closed nt the time because of Ihe union's annual summer vacation period Rejwrts from over West Kentucky showed about half of the UMW-operated mines returned to production. None of the non-union mines attempted to reopen. (lead Couriei News Want Ad.- Congress Meets first Time in Hew Quarters WASHINGTON, July 6. W>—Congress met for the first time yesterday In Its temporary Mini me r Quarters. The House convened In I He not- so-ausplclous Ways and Means Committee Room In the new House Oflice Building. The Semite met in the old supreme court chamber o, S Gen±v lhi " IUnCtl ° ned f ° r a " I Sa™P™ .... '."'_, . ,.. ' sww to one qucai Newsman Is Refused Entry in Czechoslovakia NEW YORK. July 8. (API—Henry J. Taylor, radio commeiltitor and v.Titer, now on a round-the- world trip .has been refused per- mi.ssion to visit Communist Czechoslovakia, his office announced ye-sterday. The Czerh consul in New York notified the office that his government had refused a visa to Taylor and had given no reason. Taylors secretary said an explanation would be sought from the State Department as to why American newsmen are barred from Czechoslovakia whUe our diplomats are welcomed. When the East-West disputes tn Germany reached their peak In ' June, 1948, the Kommandatjra crumble! After the Soviets lifted their blockade, the Russians met several times with the western commandants but each power made it plain this was not a revival of the old governing body. I The four deputies issued a joint communique on the action, cxplain- \ ing it was done to carry out the directive ot the Paris foreign ministers conference. The Paris meetln ghad urged that the Big Four on the Berlin level take measures to restore the city to normal. A .dale for the formal reinstitu- tlon of the Kommandacura has not yet been fixed. interview reported yesterday by Clyde Farnsworth. Scripps-Howard staff writer .The interview was obtained al Tniueh, Formosa, with (lie 62-year old generalissimo confining nearly all his publishable comments to written answers to questions submitted in advance, Farnsworth said. Chiang rel'red from the presidency of Chirm last January but kept his leadership of the Kuo- declared in an- qucstlon that regard- ess of whether he holds any pol- tical office he could never "give up my revolutionary leadership" of the Chinese people as long as ^dependence and freedom Is yet o be achieved. He answered "yes" to the questions: "Do you feel that II the tommunisls forces aren't now checked in China the Communist movement will spread through Asia?" And "do you believe this spreading Communist movement >s part of a plan of the Soviet Union to dominate the entire world? Former Ocean Liner Captain Dies at 71 YONKERS. N. Y.. July 6—t»I>l- Capt. Teorge Fried, 11, master of some of America's biggest ocean liners, died Monday. Captain of the old Leviathan. America, George Washington, and President Roosevelt, Fried was u central figure in many thrilling sea rescues. Fried became supervising Inspector or the U. S. Bureau of Navigation and Steamboat Inspection after his retirement. Read Courier News Want Ads Heat Wave Kills 8 LISBON .Portugal. July 6— W]— The heat wave took a toll of eight lives in Portugal yesterday, live by drowning and three by lightning. A rca' sh'iemitkei aided by mod?rr> equipment I mi lines! materials brliijts new lifr In worn toolwrai here H-fl LTCRS (UflLlTY SMOG SHO" III W M CM M «JT In Ihe Senate win; of the capital They moved out of their regular chambert to that workmen could remodel them. The SECRET ot Rothrock's EXPERT Prescription Service ROTHROCKDRUGCO. PHONE MSI U. S. HOUSEKEEPER-Jess Larson, former head of the War Assets Administration, has been named by President Truman to be director of the new General Services Administration. The new agency, a Hoover Commission proposal, will handle all "housekeeping" functions of the federal government. Aging Romeo's Bond Reduced to $30,000 CEJICAGO, July 6. WV-Bond for Sigmund Engel was cut yesterday from $50.000 to *30.000—still too high for the sweet talking woman swindler to get out of Jail. Harry J. Busch. the 73-year old confidence man's attorney, told the court the $30,000 figure "is almost as bad as |50,000." He said Engel would nob be able to make bail. Engel is under indictment, charged with Inking $8.700 fronr Mrs. Reseda Corrigan, 39-year old Chicago widow. Since his arrest in a widow-baited police trap, he has boasted that with his ear kissing technique and other winning ways he's milked women out of millions. 137 Rescued SHANGHAI, July 6-l/t'l—T w 0 rescue boats yesterday were reported to have picked up 131 survivors of the small river steamer Hsin Hung Lee after it collided with another Chinese steamer and sank off Woosung. One child was reported missing after the river mishap. White County Farmer Is Run Over, Killed SBARCY, Ark., July 6— <a>i— A young white County farmer was injured fatally yesterday when he was struck by a car driven by his brother-in-law. County Coroner Elbery Daniel said that Calvin Howard, 32. of near Bradford, Ark., died in R Newport hospital after being overrun by Burnell Smith. Daniel said Howard apparently was asleep in the road, a short distance from his home in a heavily wooded area. No charges were filed. Kent a Camera tor Color Pictures The tdeai way to remember spectaJ occasions. A Is* other types of can- eras for rent, BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 \V. Main Phone 3647 SHEET METAL WORK - OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway Phone 2651 NEED A TAXI? DIAL 968 BLYTHEVILLE CAB 501 E. 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" *"**»*** .nd *£ Ab.olui.l, non-.lipp.i, ly laid <oftEreu In 4 UUl linoleum, mikti (or * dtJ " J "'«"y '" eolprj ind bfjik »nd tontinuout w«iin.| un- l>unrfry and rum mi whitr. ntctnacv. room*. Rxttrntnt (toon ci brichicntd ind Utttd ittinit t r it and diet ruil> _.._ , wilh Ftor-Ctilt Abiolulcly non-iUpp«ry tttttlcy. FOR HOMI • FARM toomi. FACTORY NOW YOU CAN GET fiOH-ClAL FROM THESI DEALERS: HUBBARD HARDWARE CO., INC. Phone 201 5 21 3 W. Main DONT SAY FIOOR PAINT What new telephone rates will do... Tlie telephone rates you pay have a big job to do. First of all, the revenues they produr* must cover expenses. THE INVESTMENT ADDED telephone gained in Arkansas in 1948 was $385. The investment per telephons before the war was $230. So it is that high costs of operation and additions of huge quantities of new telephone plant installed at the higher postwar level. hav« combined to produce the low rate of earnings now being experienced in Arkansas. Earnings are at depression levels—less than 3 per cent on capital invested in Arkansas—much lower than those of industry in general rnlttULLO represent two thirds of all expenses. This year we will feel the full effects of the December wage agreement, which amounts to nearly a million dollars additional a year in Arkansas. EARNINGS should compare favorably with those of other businesses, so that investors—everyday people in all walks of life—will risk their savings in the telephone busin*>-- MAI tKIALo are still high, despite recent declines in some prices. I A A L.O average 60 cents a month per telephone. This doe* not include ezci»« or sales taxes paid directly by customers, which average $1.15 per month per telephone. Thus, the combined taxes customers pay average $1.75 a month. WITH THEIR SAVINGS, we can b ui,d the large quantities of new telephone plant needed to improve and expand telephone service in Arkansas. That's why we have asked for a rate increase ... to improve earning* ... to attract the capital... to build the plant ... to bring the people of Arkansas the kind and amount of telephone service they need and want SOUTHWESTERN IELL TELEPHONE COMPANY 4B4AA

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