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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 10, 1951
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PAOBTW BLTrXOTLLB, (ARK.) COURIER FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1W House Probers Expect More Details From Willoughby on Far East Spies WASHINGTON, Aug. 10. (AP) — His testimony and that of Yosht- . Home Investigators, their file: bulging with secret document's, voiced confidence today that they will get many new details of Soviet- spying In the Far East from Gen. Douglas MacArthur's former Intelligence chief. The officer, MaJ. Gen. Charles A. Willoughby, told part ol his story to the Senate internal security subcommittee yesterday. He linked several American and foreign member* of a World War II Russian spy ring with ttie Institute of Pacific Relations. Rep. Walter (D-Pa) said the general's testimony would make no change In the plan of the Houso Un-American Activities committee to hear Wiltoughby Aug. 21 nnd 22. Moreover, said Walter, acting chairman of the House group: "I don't see how the Senate committee could get much from him since we have virtually all the documents over here." Lockers Are Kxamlned . Since last April, staff members of the House group have been examining two foot-lockers full ol documents seized by the Army in Tokyo. These relate to Russia's Richard Sorge spy ring and to other Soviet espionage activities extending over n period of years, The House committee delved deep Into the Sorge case yesterday, with the head of "the Japanese F.B.I,/' Milsusada Yoslilkawa, as its witness. Speaking through an interpreter, Yoshikawa, disclosed Hint: 1—Russia, knew, through her apie», two months bcfoit .Pearl Harbor that Japan would strike at U.S. and British outposts In the Pacific if the Washington "pence" talks then In progress broke down —a* they did. Soviets Tried Pressure 3—Soviet agents, including the head of the spy ring, did their utmost to turn Japan's military southward so as to remove Japanese pressure from Siberia. "Willoughby also discussed the Gorge case before the Senate group Truman Orders U.S. Industry Dispersed fo Avoid A-Bombing WASHINGTON, Aug. 10. C/P>— 'resident Truman told government gcncies todny to try to bring about dispersal of industrial plants to essen the danger of atomic attnck. The President promulgated, elective immediately, an Industrial Ispersal policy recommended by (ie NatlonaI SeenrItt cs Reso u rces loard, Office of Defense Mozlllza- ion, and Munitions Board. He guve Defense MoblllocrOharles E. Wilson the task of directing the rogram and ordered the Resources Board, to keep him advised of prog- ess. Under the program, those steps 'ill be token: ) 1. To the greatest extent prttctl- ablc, certificates of necessity, nllo- ntlons of critical materials for con- tructlon purposes, and emergency onus growing out of defense |iro- uctton will be confined to faclll- ies which meet satisfactory stand- E. German Girl Tries Suicide; 'Feared Reds' BHUJN, Aug. 10. (A>j—Oermar : Red Cross officials reported today ijthat a young girl member of tin nlst East German youth at suicide after she was de by Informers for vlsltini itneiVffst Berlin. TheyVjiald' the girl, frightened o punlitaajnliynwl from her cnmt In pani£.\Spe reached the western borders but; flieridlpsfi and despair ing of finding permanent refuge, sin slashed her wriste. She was rushed to a Red Cross all station in the American sector bor ough of Zehlendorf and given inert leal treatment and political asylum Her name was withheld.. 'Ik*' to Fly to Germany PARIS. Aug. 10. (/Ft— Genera Dwlght D. Elsenhower will Ily t Germany tomorrow for a nine tin, visit during which he will Inspcc U. 8. troops In his Allied comma: and take a brief holiday. Read Courier News Classified Ad awa, who heacU the special inves- ,gating bureau of the Japanese at- orney general's offlee, dovetailed jito this picture: , posing as a German news- paper correspondent In Tokyo beginning In 1033, wormed top secret war plans out of both the Germans and the Japanese and flashed them —by a U.S. coiuular radio at one time—to Moscow, ObitworiM Former 'Moose' Engineer Dies Harry Hamby, 68, Succumbs at Home After Heart Attack BSE-FIRE (Continued from Page 1) of the Communists as "adiunant." They held to this position -hroughout Friday's four hour and 12 minute session. For more than lalf the meeting—the longest of -ho 20 sessions yet held — North Korean Lt. Gen. Nam II, chief Red delegate, refused to say a word. For ten consecutive sessions delegates have been stuck on the question of R'liere to create a buffer zone. Vice Aclm. O. Turner Joy, head of the United Nations command delegation, tried to break the deadlock by proposing that negotiators .temporarily pass over this question and go on to the next point. Thnt deals with "concrete arrangements for the realization "of military armistice and th« resultant cease-fire." Nam II refused. Another Session Planned Despite the complicated deadlock, delegates scheduled another session for 11 a.m. Saturday (8 p.m. Friday EST). The Tj.N, communique said the Red delegation 'refused adamantly" to talk about (1) present battle lines as a possible armistice demarcation line, (2) a buffer zone anywhere but on the Sflth parallel or (3) any other subject. The communique continued: "The blanket renunciation by the Communists came after an historical, unprecedented two hours and 11 minute ueriod of silence on the part of pcnernl Nam II during which he failed to respond to Admiral Joy's reaKirmation ol" his 'complete willingness' to discuss (one) a demilitarized zone located generally In the area of the present ualtle line and (two) continued willingness to discuss possible ards of dispersal. 2. Primary consideration to dispersal factors will be given In locating facilities built by the federal government. 3. Defense contracts will be awarded .and planning under defense department production allocation programs will be conducted In such a manner as to make use of facilities In dispersed areas. Sen. M'Carthy Starts Feud Over Names .WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 W5 — Senator McCarthy (R-Wis) offered today lo let a "committee headed by a good Democrat" decide who is rlRlit In his latest feud with the State Department and some fellow senators over his charges of Communism in government. He suggested Senator McCarran (D-Nev) and the Senate Internal security subcommittee he heads. McCarthy used his senatorial immunity from libel suits yesterday to name In the Senate 26 persons he Identified as State Department officials and employes "charged with Communist activities." This stirred majority leader McFarland (D-Ariz) to protest- vigorously against what he called a senator's use of his immunity "to smear any Individual" or become a character assassin." Harry Hamby, 88, who was engineer of the Frisco "Moose" from Blythevllle to Jonesboro until the run was discontinued, died at his home this morning after suffering a heart attack about ten days ago. Services will be conducted nt the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church at 9 a.m. tomorrow with tho Rev. Father Amos Endcrlinj officiating. Rosary services wil. be tonight at g In his home at 1221 West Ash. Mr. Hamby retired in September 1950 after forty years of railroading. He had been engineering on the Blythevllle-Jonesboro run for nine years when It was discontinued May 9, 1949. He was the oldest man, in point of service, in the Velley Division of the St. Ixmls, San Fran Cisco Railroad. Survivors Include his wife. Mrs Mary Hamby; four sons. Harold Hamby ot Caruthersvllle, Joe N Hamby of Blythevllle, Rill Hamb; of Kennett, Mo., Jesse Hamby u Tyler, Texas; and one daughter Mrs. L. M. Burns of Farming ton Mo. Burial will be in Caruthersvill with Holt Funeral Home of Blythe vllle in charge. Crime Group Plan* TV Hearings in New York WASHINGTON, Aug. 10, OP)—Th Senate Crime Investigating Com mitee today planned new televise hearings here next week Into York city's underworld. Committe members did not agree with on senator who termed the telcvlsln of past hearings a "vaudeville show The Investigators nope to lear what has developed In the Ne York metropolitan area since th group made Its report last May. fir* Alarm Answered An overheated kerosene hot water heater at 206 West Cleveland was Ilia cause of a fire alarm this morning. No damage resulted. COTTON BOLL adjustments of the proposed lone which thus far has been defined only In general terms." Joy Finished Talking Joy finished lalkhig at 2:44 p.m. Prom then until 4:55, the commu- nique s'nid, "there was utter silence 'on the part of the senior Communist delegate." 400,000 Flee Morth Korea Many Seek Escape From Red Rule PUSAN. Korea, Aug. 10. Wr-More tan 400.000 men, women and chlld- fn fled from Communist North ;orea to South Korea in tlic past, wo weeks, a government spokesman aid here today. Clarence Byee said 270,000 came irough the Allied lines and 150.000 y flea. Most of them came from he Chorwon-Kumhwa-Yanggu area n the central front. Those who came by land were- ft en helped by Allied soldiers Ryee said. Ryee said the North Koreans .•anted "to escape the Communisl rule" Observers here feel food an< ther living conditions on the Allici Ide of the lines may have Influenc- d their decision. The spokesman said the big prob- em facing Die republic of Korea -5 how to feed the refugees. He said here are now 4.000.000 refugees rom the north In South Korea ncludlng 2,000.000 who fled before he outbreak ol war last year. Lotarians Hear took Review 'Service It My Business," a book n Rotary, was reviewed by E. L'. orrest for member! of Blytheville's TRAIN WRECK (Continued from Page 1) several miles through the desolate swamp to a telephone. Dozens of ambulances were sum rnoned. The injured lay alongsid the wreckage awaiting evacuation to hospitals. Troin-Wrecking Charge Filed on 'Rail motorist' MALVERN, Ark., AUK. 10 «>)— A* charge of train wrecking wa lilcd today against Oliver H. Nolni the motorist whose automobile wa involved in the smashup of a Mis souri Pacific passenger train her Tuesday. Prosecutor J. w. McCoy subst tuted this charge for an earlier on of drunken driving. Rot*ry Club Mr. Forrest, ol Joneiboro, It district manager of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company and wa» Introduced by Kelso Brooke, manager of Blytheville's Bell oftic*. Also appearing on the program was Jerry Berry, son of Rotarian endall Berry, aud tbe club's del»- ite to Boy« 8tat« In Little Rock. Quest at. the pieeting was O. 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