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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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TUESDAY, MAY 17,1949 1LYTHEVTLLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ~iHim'EGrf t Eisler Ordered Little Man/s Bus v D °y p °y s Off Relumed to Jail British Magistrate Refuses Bail to Top American Communists i> LONDON. May 17. «'•—A London 'magistrate yesterday sent Communist Gcrhnrt Eisler back to Jail (or at leas; eialit days to await a hearing on whether he will be returned to (he United States as a fugitive from justice. Eisler was refused bail by the Bow Street Court, which ordered him 'reminded In custody." He Jiimiied S21.500 hail in the Unit»d States and fled as a stowaway. He now must show cause why lie should not be extradited. Eisler's conn.se! offered "substantial securities" in his bail pica, but Magistrate J.w Eastwood said Eislcr "has been convicted of a crime—thai is. perjury—by n nron- rvly appointed court of the United Siate-s. and his anoeal against that has ben dismissed." When the 25-nnnuto hearing ended, the alleged top Communist of America was led off to a cellblock by ^ warden. Eisior's counsel, Dudley Collard, told the court he hn^es to prov that the defend?nt WPS chnrsed with an offense of a "political character." "He Is not nor has he ever been a • member of (ho communist party of America." said the attorney. "He is and has p.livnys been a German na- Alinnal" ^ tin a speech ?l a dinner in New York March 3. IJislcr raid: "1 a:n not the No. 1 Communist. I am only nti avera'-e Communist Individual."! Ambassador V'stts Bcvin Truman Si/ent on AfL't 'rotftt of Non-Union Painter Hi rut by Him WASHINGTON, M«y 17. </r>— President Trunin had no comment- ye«terd«y on in AFL Dnlon'i piotMt that * non-union p»lnt*r ti painting the summer White House at Independence, Mo. The respontt ol White House o(- flclali also wan no comment when asked If the non-union |»lnl*r will continue on the job. Reports out of Independence said that jjohn Oooke, AFL builnos r«p. reienUtl»e. had protested th* employment of John H. Motor, (7, to do the work on lh« big (r»m» Truman burnt on North Delaware MrMt. FrMiiMntlil Pre« Secretary Charln O. ROM WM taktd at a ntwi eonferertre It Mr, Trvunan had received the protent. (tons .eplled thai he hart read In the newttwper* that a protwt had been made. He >ald he talked with Ihr president. "He »ays he h»s no comment," ROM added. "Then the work will |o ahead?" a reporter aald. Ross replied "no comment on that." Tax Officiml Ota LTTTLK ROOK, Mar !«-<*•>O«n« Mltch*ll, M, Noi h LUIIe Rock txtcutlvt director of the Ark- •ruuu Tax Commtwlon, died In a l.lttle Rock hoaplUl yesterday. H« had be«n eiecutlve director ol the tax commt»s!on since Mulch 10. Survivor* Include his wife, the former Ml*. Helen Hyde of TUInr, Arlc., three .tonXj a stater and a brother. Read Courier News Want Ad*. "A five-year-old boy, who bid $2 on every bicycle for sale at the Detroit, Mich., police department auction, rode away wilh the uign«i bargain. He enlisted the cooperation of GOO other bidders. The younsslei, Salvodore Provenzano, refused to become dejected as he heard Inmsen outbid on the bikes offered by Sgt. Alex Anderson, police auctioneer Salvcilorc explained lie had saved the $2 since his birthday in February When the last bike was put up for sale, others refrained Iroin bidding so the youngster could set a bike. (AP Wirephoto.) Jerzv Michr.lowFki. Poland's am- bassadov in Ix)ndon, liad a half- hour interview about ttie case wilh British Foreiirn Secretary Ernest Bevin. Tlie E'nbassv already bad announced its intention of making a ? tron» protest, aeainst (he removal of E'<=ler from the Batory. In Washington, the U.S. Stale Department confirmed Hint it had threatened action to seize the But- ory unless Eisler was surrendered to British authorities. Such nottrc was served on the shin's captain the department said, in the form of j a warning that ll >e Attorney General v.'ould proceed against the steamship line in the United Stales Jor such penalties as the law provided. The hearing on the United Slates request besan shortly after Eisler arrived a. Bow Street court from Southampton. He claims asylum in Britain as a political refugee from th>> United States. ) The nroceedinz was brief. Eisler. • called the No. 1 Communist in the United States, listened Intently "> the prisoner's enclosure while a Scotland Yarrt insnector testified how he took the fugitive tro-~ U.S. Ji'st'ce off the Polish liner Batory Satur<'->v nioht. Commies Prolfsl Arrest Eisler hart arrived at the court onlv a short time before. Apparent! v calm. Eisler smiled niul waved lo four Conmnuiists who pa- rnrted solemnly before the court with placards denouncing his arrest The court refused a motion Eisler's lawyer that he be permitted to TO free on hail. The bespectacled 52-year-old Communist had been ordered earlier by a Southampton maeixtrale' court to show cause in Bow Stree why Britain should not send hin back to the United Slates lo face " jail term for perjury. Eisler jumped his $23,500 bail Ii the United States, "stowed away on the Polish liner Batory and lat er paid a passenger fare. lie wn caried off Ihe ship Saturday b British authorities pending cour actions to decide whether he is a political refugee or a crimina whose return is required under British-American extradition trea ly. Small Plane with Minimum Speed Of 27 MPH, Developed by Professors BOSTON. May 17. Wt—A small i plane which can fly as slow as 21 miles an hour and land on » field i the size of a tennis court, has been > developed by two college instructors. OHO Q. 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