The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1949 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
May 19, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 19, 1949
Page:
Page 3
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 3 article text (OCR)

THURSDAY, MAY 19,1949 BLYTHEVTLLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS FAGB Communist Student, Granted An Atomic Energy Fellowship; Tells AEC He's Loyal to U.S. By Oliver W. Ifewolf WASHINGTON, May 19. (A 1 )—Hans Frelstadt, avowed Communist ^old Congress yesterday that If his Atomic Energy Commission fellow- ^lilp Is taken away, the same sort of thing may hapixn later to "militant New Dealer, a Progressive, or even a Republican." The Austrian-born student defended his Communist beliefs but a the same time asserted he Is loyal to the United States. He said he woul quit the party If he believed it to be under foreign conrol. Frelstadt, whose fellowship hash— • stirred up a Congressional Inquiry In the AEC's multi-million dollsr atomic energy program, appeared before the joint Congressional Atomic Energy Committee. He Is a student at the University of North Carolina. His $1,600 fellowship for the study of physics is to become effective July 1, 1949. Earlier Senator O'Mnhoiiey (D- Wyo) chairman of a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee, said the AEC's spending bill for fiscal 1950 Frelsttidt's fellowship or for »ny other person of similar beliefs. "Once scientists and science students are discriminated against because of the political views or lawful political activities the whole concept of academic freedom as we have known It is endangered." F isttult told the committee. He read Into the record a letter which he wrote May 15 to Senator Hoey ID-NO. Hoey called the at- he Freistadt matter and thU In urn touched off the Joint com- nlttee's inquiry. Chicago'U. Graduate Frelstadt said he was graduated from the University of Chicago wllh a degree of bachelor of science In June, 1946, and with a degree of Master of science in August, 1948 He added that he served for two years In the Army during World W»r II and was discharged honorably with the rank of sergeant. In his letter to Hoey Frelstad said "I resent the Insinuation tha I am disloyal to this country, and therefore not entitled to the fellow ship." He went on: "I have never attacked the American form of government, and support the principals of the constitution of the United Slates. It true that I have criticized our present administration and economic organiatton. I have argued that our foreign policy Is suicidal. I have argued that, under Socialism, the American people could enjoy » standard of living the like of which we dare only dream of now." Admits Bring Red Fieistttdt made no bones about He said if at some later time he should be granted access to secret atomic Information "I would not disclose such data to unauthorised persons." "The constitution of the Communist party provides for expvkion of any member engaging In espionage," he told the committee. He said that he sees no "contradiction" between his loyalty to the United States and his membership In the Communist party. "Allegations that the Communist party Is under foreign control are false: they have not, and cannot be. proved In court," he testified. "If I thought for • minute that these allegations were true, I would resign from the Communist Party." Archbishop PropOMt Chang* in Praytr Book YORK, ftlf,, May l». (/T) — The Archbishop of Yorlc, Dr. Cyril T. Garbett, proposed yesterday In an official revision <rf the MO-jrtar-old Church of BngUnd prayer book. The trchbUhop also *ujr|e»t*d that the revision bypoM approval of parliament, which In 1*27 and ir2S turned down propoaed revl- iloni. Dr. Oarbett't proposal, before the convocation of York, did not »P«- clfy any particular changes, He luggeated that any change* be approved by the buihopn, clergy and laity on a permlulve biuls. Preferred ipeUiac of th* I of the flsh c kl* t Webetert dictionary, but long* and correct. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop, slip or wat> ble when you talk, eat, laugh or sneeze Don't be annoyed and embarrassed by such handicaps. FAS- TEETH, an alkaline (non-acid) lK>wder to sprinkle on your plates, keeps false teeth more firmly set. Gives confident feeling of security gooey, pasty taste or feeling Prices Slashed! Sale Ends Saturday I tention of the Senate last week to NOW At DREIFUS -P1ECE SERVICE \ ' four MquW'-'r *"»"> M I 10 "'"" ch< " ,.P'*°»"r..""^"J 52-P1ECE SERVICE FOR 8 Four lov.l, pon.rm. ch «" «ir to V Silverplated HOLiOWARE Home Owner's Sale! REGULAR 1.00 HAT WALL PAINT New noslel ihadai. Soft, glare- Uii, velvet-Hot flnl.h. Drlei In 4 to ohour.. • 3.39 Col.. REG. 4.89 MARPROOF FLOOR VARNISH O97 IISH O< M. O Hard, clear, transparent finiirt. Uniurpamd (or floon. Won't chip or pool. • 1.35 CM..1.09 1.27 GLOSS CUt-PRICED Owrt I 14 Bright, tough, washable enamel, Psrlscl for kitchen or both. * Glower Seml-Glo« Gal. 3.97 COMBINATION PLIERS REGULARLY *3« Durable, general duty pllen. Positive-grip 1°*" of drop- forged itMl. Al»o 8-10" ilz*. SAVEl REGULAR 1.91 CLAW HAMMER 157 1 4-fcH* !>•*«• I Octagon shaped poll, nack. 14^ 01. drop-Torg«d haaci of Spa- clal Slaal. Ru)l-r«)illont finhh. REG. 1.40 SHADE AND HOLDER 97' Snow-white, bond-blown glasi sliad* givei flood of llghll Fiti «nuglyin4"whit» anamel hold«r. REG. 14^c BRONZE SCREEN WIRE ii C II ({•-screen now ol extra javingil 18x14 mesh; rusl and corrosion proof, Iwice os strong as copper! SPECIAL! TOP-QUALITY COMMON NAILS 9 C >3 75 .. *75 Finilhed in lovely lilveiplaH, lalin-ricH in lullr«. Selecl Irom o mognificenl array of flro<7 boon, ploll«n, Iroyi, bon bon eiiltwi and compctei. Join Our Sterling Club $1 Down YOUR CHOICE OF PATTERNS. Cro/tsmarv >hip in cndnrini). soli'4 siluc* $J Per | Wcefc Place Setting All Patterns in Open Stock Easy'Credit Terms at Absolutely No Extra Cost/ DREIFUS Meel DreiFns . . . Wear Diamonds :ni. \\r,!ii M\I\ »TOM» m HTTHIVIUI. AND O' Buy your supply of lough Jleel nails at this special >al« pricel Available in many olher Jizesl 39c BEST QUALITY TOGGLE SWITCH 1-poJ., »>owl. long, easy-grip toggle. "T" rated. UL listed, REA approved. • Reg. lie Toggle Plate... It REO. 7.45 THICK- TAB SHINGLES / U For lasting rool prelection at big •ovingil Ceramlc-iurfaced, fire- resislanl. *Coven 100 v\. ft. REGULAR 5.95 CLOSET SEAT 5 66 Specially priced now! Stronger, lighter, thinner. Woa'l warp of crack. Complete wilh hinge*. SALEI ALUMINUM WALL TILE Attractive . . . ruilprood Easily installed. Won't track, «roze or peslt Choose your color nowl REGULAR 18.95 LAWN MOWER Comparol Smoolh, oasy-lo-oporat* mow-< •rl 5 iflH-sliarponlng blades cut o 16" path, Sami-pneumafic rubber tlr«i . . . won't lew or rut lawn. Ball-bearings. Buy it nowl 16" SALEI REG. 54.50 SHOWER CABINET Big laving! on whit«-»nam«l»d show^ •r cabinet. Perfect where ipac» It limited of (or : extra thowerl Eit- llngt, curlaln Included. Save today! 46 SO GET QUICK RELIEF FROM SUMMER HEAT 69 50 Removes hoi. stagnant aic...circj loles cooler, (resher air. Filt 30- 38'A" windows. Bolt-drive model. Easy lo install. Molor hai2 sp««dsl 14-lndi \ • REO. 5.75 HEXAGON SHINGLES REDUCED! 3-tab hex priced for big •ovmp.il Cfcromto' __ surlaced Asphalt for better looki, longer wear; Jl Rtmti fire, fading, cracking. Your choice of If >f. •ok*. Square eoveri 100 •*• ft. Buy on U 1 ^ ^ ^ ' p«»ll Choose your color nowl ASK ABOUT WARD'S CONVENIENT MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page