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June 6, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE Senator Accuses Top AEC Worker Hickenlooper Says Drafter of Secret Reports Called 'Risk' WASHINGTON, June 6 IIP)— Senator Hickenlooper m-Lowa) said today the man who drafts top serrct atomic reports lo Congress once was suspended because t!ie FBI questioned hts loyalty. When Hickenlooper tossed this out at a Senate-House Investigation of the Atomic Energy Commission. ARC Chairman David E. Lilicnthal demanded that (tie person involved be summoned for testimony. Hickenlooiw told his Congressional colleagues that the AEC employe had been hired originally under an "emergency" security clearance on August 8. 1947. It was not until March. 1948, that an FBI check turned up "serious derogatory information" about the individual. HiH-enlooper sddcd. Hickenlooper said the person involved was furnished with a statement of the charges against him and suspended in April. He was given a hearing in May, the Iowa senator continued, before a board of three AEC employes, including two scientists and a lawyer. Only Two Called Although 24 persons were mentioned in the 50-page FBI report as'giving derogatory In For motion about the suspended person, Hickenlooper said, only two of these were called for testimony and a third was interviewed over the phone. Ke said the board called 15 witnesses suggested by the suspended employee and recommended unanimously that he be given secinity clearance. This was done in which Hickenlooper described as a speedup process on June 18, 1946. Before Hickenlooper brought this up, Lllienthal had testified that the ABC is keeping some persons with doubtful records on the payroll be- caiise that seems safer than firing them. He said some got their Jobs when the Army was running the atomic prefects. 2 Waive Hearing On Charaes of Forgery, Uttering J. T. Shaffner and John Russell .wahred preliminary hearing in Municipal Court this morning on charges of forgery and uttering and were ordered held to.await Circuit Court action. Bonds for each were set at »750. . The two men were arrested by Lee Baker, Manila marshal, and Sheriff William Berryman and were charged With forging and cashing approximately 180 worth of checks using the name of R. j. Hayden. In other action, hearing for Add Polk on • charge of grand larceny wm» continued until Thursday with bond set at $350. He Is charged with the theft of a.watch valued at $35. Wren Dockery was assessed fines totaling $50 and costs and sentenced to 10 days in Jail on charges of reckless driving and leaving the icene of an accident. Tlie jail sentence was suspended during good behaviour. Dockery was arrested after the car he was driving collided with a Delta Implement Company truck and a car owned by Deputy Sheriff Holland Alken on South Division Street Sunday morning. Merlin Angel forfeited a $4555 cash bond on a charge of driving while under the influence of liquor. Ark-Mo Ginners Open Convention at Spa HOT SPRINGS. Ark., June 6—W —The Arkansas-Missouri Ginners Association opens its annual convention here today. Speakers are to include Governor McMath, c. Hamilton Moses Little Rock, G. H. Banks. Warden. Mo., and Sir Howard Cunyngham- Greene, a member of British government buying mission. Quick, Long-Lasting PIANO TUNING and REPAIR Tb< onlj PERFECT TUNING •7 STROBOCONN between Memphis and St. l.ouis. WH¥ TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? RADIO REPAIR •D all models and makea— tone by a LICENSKU repair expert—EVEKY JOB GUARANTEED. WHY PAY MORE FOR LESS? Music instruments and Supplies A«.Tlhln< from a pick to a bw vWlin. Sheet music, rce- •rrfa—jut ererrthing. BROOKS Music Store 107 E. Main _ Tel. 811 Bt^THEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Obituaries i. M. Hood Funeral To Be Held Tuesday Funeral services for S. M. Hood. 9, will be conducted at 2:30 to- norrow afternoon at the First Bap- ist Church by the Rev. E. c. Brown, lastor. Masonic rites will be held ater at the grave. Mr. Hood's body has been returned roni Tuscon, Ariz., wbere lie died 'riday. He moved tu Tuscon about year ago after spending about, 28 ears in Blytheville. Mrs. Hood, who was scheduled to rrive here this afternoon, will be t the home of a daughter. Mrs oe Ramey, 420 East Kentucky treet. The survivors include: Mrs. Hood vc sons, Kenneth. Jack and Stan-' ;y Hood of Tuscon, C. E. Hood or ilythcville, and Carl Hood of Fay- tteville and Blytheville: three dou- liters. Mrs. George Sites of Ft. Sill, }kla., Mrs. Ramey and Mr.?. Wilbur Oenning of Blytheville; two sisters, Mrs. William Bailey of Eupora, Mas., nd Mrs. Henry McKee of Bellefon- ilne, Miss.; and a brother, W. A. food, who lived with him at Tuscon. Tlie active pallbearers will include . E. Blaylock, S. C. Owens, Fred oyettc, Ivy W. Crawford, L,. E. laker and Alvin Hardy. The honorary pallbearers arc: Dr :. V. Hill, c. F. Tompkins, Marian Villiams, Hays Sullivan, c. S. Lem- ns, C. E Edds. C. A. Cunningham. >r H. C. Sims, Dr. I. R. Johnson, ilvln Huffman, Jr.. Bob Barnes and :bh Carson. Tlie Holt Funeral Home is In harge of direction. ".heater Lewis' Mother Dies in fast Prairie, Mo. Funeral services for Mrs. Bertie Lewis, 6D, of East Prairie Mo mother of Chester Lewis of Blythe- ille, will be conducted tomorrow fternoon at the Baptist Church n East Prairie with burial there Mrs. Lewis died at her home in ast Prairie yesterday. In addition o Mr. Lewis she is also survived by wo other sons and two daughters^ t. Governor Gordon """". To Seek Hew Term EUREKA SPRINGS — Lt. Gov fathan Gordon announced at a weekend outing here for members f the Arkansas Legislature that he vouid be a candidate for reelection ext, year. —Courier News Photo DKM, I'lU-llS OFF KOK GDI.F COAST-New Orleans, La., Gulfport Miss., Vicksburg, Miss,, and other points South today held interest for the Dell High'School juniors and seniors who left at 5:30 a.m. with their sponsors for a week of sight-seeing, and visiting historical and resort spots of the South. The school bus with its student cargo left Dell at fi a.m. today, and the group plans to be back in Dfll next Saturday night. From left to right; (seated! Kenneth Story. Marvin Lipford Fdward Barnes. Colin Mayo, Bill Shaneyfelt, Odell Barnes, Loyd Ray, Kathye Ann Cnldwcll (standing). Standing: A. E. Cnldwcll, superintendent; Mrs. Caldwell, senior sponsor- Mrs. Fred Becker, junior sponsor, Christine Dobbs, notarise Mosley Sam Harris. Elwyn Caldwell. Ella Mac Dison. Mary Joyce Needhnm Charley Ruth Blankenship, Rosa Lee Long. Mary Sue Dyre, Gcraldine Workman Edna Pccples, Melba Sliclton, Mary Elizabeth Blair, Bonnie Alexander' Fern Allen, Myrleen Johnson. Betty Ray Wilson, and Bonnie Sheppard Seated on bus: L. M. Moody. Jr., James Jftinyard, Henry Good. Dan Harmon. Jerry' Carter, and sianding in the bus door is the driver Jack Hardin. Mrs. I. R. McDcrmott, senior home room mother, accompanied the group. Pickefs Protest As Court Denies Bail to Communist NEW YORK, June 6. M>>—While more than 500 pickets protested outside, an appeals court today denied bail to John Gates, editor of the official Communist Dally Worker Gates, one of 11 defendants in the Communist conspiracy trial was jailed Friday by Federal Judge Harold R. Medina on a contempt charge. The V. S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled unanimously that Gates was not entitled to ball. Judge Learned Hand read the decision Judges Charles E. Mark and Jerome N. Frank concurred. Gates' attorney said the 30-day contempt sentence would be ar>pealed. The pickets outside demonstrated m noisy but orderly fashion against Medina's action In Jailing the three Communist leaders. They cheered the trial defendants as they arrived for today's court session. Pope Pius Receives U. S, Representative VATICAN CITY, June 6-MV- fone Pius XII today received in private audience Myron C. Taylor President Truman's envoy to the Holy See. This was Ihe third time Taylor had seen the Pope privately since his return here a fortnight ago after an extended absence. Indiana's state motto is "The JURY SOUGHT Continued from Page 1. was found to be sane . The jury in the McGalm case was selected Friday afternoon nad the stale's testimony presented Saturday morning. Tlie defendant was represented by Claude F. Cooper and only one defense witness took the stand. The defendant did not testify in his own behalf. Quarrelled Over Contract The lone defense witness told of taking the accused man home after Mr. Blanchard had been injured during a fight between the two men at a lumber yard on Ash Street on June 19 of last year. The men were reported to have quarrel- led over a contract, and the elder man was knocked down. His head uid Mc- Mr. two struch the concrete driveway he died a' few hours later. Testimony indicated that Gaha had been drinking. Blanchard was attacked on „„„ separate occasions, it was brought out in the trial. After the first attack he went lo police headquarters seeking protection, and on his return to the lumber yard the argument between the two men was renewed. The case went to the jury ahmit 2:30 p.m.. but a verdict was not reached until 10 p.m. The trial of the Needham case will clear Ihe court docket of cases scheduled for the adjourned term of circuit court here, Judge Zal B. Harrison is presiding. Crossroads ol America." 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Butler Built Aluminum Covered Steel Building* are available in W width, length 40 ft or in any multiple of 20 ft Also in 20 ft. and 32 ft. widths with lengths 24 ft. or in any multiple of 12 feet Th« ffork of S«ft«r Quality C. A. TANT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Authorized Dealer for Buller Steel Buildings _ General Contracting T. O. Box 83 Phone SM BIjlhevilte, Ark. METAL BUILDINGS FOR INDUSTRIAL, COMMERCIAL AND FARM USE Filling Station Operator Shoots Man in Town's Third Killing in 6 Days JASPER, Ark., June 6, (&,— A filling station operator shot to death a timber worker here last night in Jasper's third slaying within six days. Sheriff Russell Burdine said Carl Springer, 45, related lie shot Floyd Kilgore. 44. with a shotgun after ic latter threatened him with a :fle. The shooting occurred at Springer's filling station. Burdine said when he arrived at he scene, Kllgore's body was in the cab of his truck. A rifle was in his larj. Burdine said. MONDAY, JUKE «, Joycee Caravan Leaves On Trip To Notional Meet A caravan of five e*n bearing a delegation of BJjrtheviU* Jaycees to the U. 8. Junior Chamber of Commerce convention In Colorado Springs, Colo., left BlythevUle yesterday morning for Little Rock to Join delegates of Southern Arkansas Jaycee chapters In the lorma- Uon of a huge motorcade. The Blytheville caravan made stops In Osceola and West Memphis to pick up other delegates before continuing to Little Rock to form a state delegation. The Arkansas delegation was scheduled to spend last night and this morning in TuUa, Okla and will spend tonight In Dodge'city, Kans. The motorcade will arrive in Colorado Springs tomorrow afternoon In time for the opening ses- sin of the convention. INCOME TAX Continued from Pag» 1. to learn," he said, "that In aplte of their efforts to curb state expenditure*, a majority of the legia- ature may now increase their taxes In Innumerable ways, as long as the rat«--«s thai term Is someUnec usedin law books—Is not raised that the work would be accepted In all colleges and by the Arkansas Department of Education as residence training. Among the staff members for the school are E. Hopkins, a regular member of the A. S. T. C. faculty, and Miss Eurice Miller, supervisor of physical education In Dallas Tex. city schcjls. Both arrived in QiceoU Teachers' Training School Registration To Continue Tomorrow Registration for the training school for teachers, which started at the Osceola High School today will continue tomorrow, C. Franklin Sanders, superintendent of the school, announced this morning, Mr. Sanders said 45 teachers registered this morning for the five- weeks school being conducted by the Arkansas state Teachers College at Conway, and that 15 or 20 more were expected to register this afternoon and tomorrow. Six towns in Mississippi County and two in Southeast Missouri were represented at the teachers school this morning. The Mississippi Coun- tytowns or schools included Wilson, Blytheville, Kelser, Osceola, Joiner and West Ridge, and the Missouri teachers were from Cooler and Steele. Mr. Sanders emphasized today Army rejections showed how prevalent tuberculosis still is. But instead of feeling that "the government ought to do something about it," our county took ap a collection and bought a traveling tuberculosis clinic. This "clinic" is a completely equipped truck that goes from town to town X-raying everyone free of charge. The best way to fight a disease is to try to stop it before it gets out of hand. More and more, Americans are getting thing's done through the old democratic tradition of local Elmer" Do It? sell-kelp. Like !• the Brewing Industry, Brewers and tavern keepers have their program whereby they allco-operate to see that places selling beer and ale are clean, law- abiding ... beyond criticism. Froia where I sit, anyone who waits for "someone else U do it" should take a hint from our community, or groups like the Brewera and tavern owners, wh« found a way to get results—for the benefit •f themselves and tke public. ARKANSAS DIVISION. UNITE) •07 nriAMID IUG. STAIB BKWBt$ FQUNMTWIi , irmi loot, AaK, Caaera Fan! Gtt elm, sharp priits at thrifty prict **• U>f>. PIOTO F1JISHEIS M>««U>VI e-» - .-,-_ SPECIAL SALE of PAINTS TOM SAWYER PAINISAICQ3 ROLLJSON LUMBER COMPANY TENTH STREET CAMP MOULTRIE DRIVE BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS SAlt FROM SlTliMS, + Paints - All Colors INSIDE OR OUT: WOOD, CONCRETE OR METAL + Best Quality GUARANTEED TO BE AS GOOD AS THE BEST Manufactured at Blythcville by MARTIN TRENKLE, Inc. PAYING SOMEONE ELSE'S TAXES! "My Husband and I Pay Our Income Tax Before We Do Anything Els* With Our Money. We Think Co-ops and Other Tax Exempt Businesses Should Do The Same." Many people do not realize that one of tie big reasons why income taxes are so high it because there are favored profit-makmg businesses that are permitted to escape all or most of their income ax. What they do not have to pay a added to the burden of the rest of us—naturally. Who are these tax dodgers? Well, CO-OPERATIVE CORPORATIONS for one, government businesses for another. Even some colleges and universities own and reap tax-free profits from commercial enterprise! making big profits. ALL escape entirely or avoid a major portion of their income tax liability lo Uncle Sam. TAX THI UNTAXID An estimated BILLION DOLLARS EACH YEAR is ion to Uncle Sam io income tax revenue by such exemption*. YOU make it up! Right now Congress if talking .bom getting ercn more from present taxpayers. Contact your Congressman NOW. Tell him to TAX THE UNTAXED FIKST before adding more income taxes onto present taxpayers. All present ox-exempts should pay federal income tax just like other businesses and individuals. National Tax Equality Association

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