The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1951 · Page 4
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(ARK.) COTJRTER MEWS WJH9KICT, WTIUBER 1, M'Carthy Cites Stassen's Words In Jessup Case Hearing Is Stormy At Senator Presses Charges of 'Red' WASHINGTON. Oct. 2. |fAP) — Senator . McCarthy fR-Wisi; today cited Ufitlmony by Harold E: Stassen to support his charge that Ambassador -a t-large Philip c, Jessup has followed the Communist Party line. McCarthy testified before a Senate foreign relations subcommittee which is considering President Tinman's nomination of Jessup to (hiss Uncle Sam Ends Fiscal Quarter With Biggest 'Non-War' Deficit WASHINGTON, Oct. 1. CAP) — The government wound up the first quarter of this Ilsral year »2,6H,- 986.764 in tlie red—blcgest single quarter deficit In history except In United Nations delega- * country's tlon. j In a sometimes .stormy hearing. McCarthy called attention to te.stl-i inony by Stassen yesterday to the Senate's Internal security subcom- i nitttee. - . i He culled Stassen's testimony "brilliant" and said It showed the extent to which Owen LaUlmore, Johns Hopkins University prof^or. '•followed the Communist Party ltn«" at an October, 1949. roundtable discussion of China policy at the State Department, 100 Per Cent. Me SAT* Referring to Tvattlmore's policies, McCarthy declared: "I'll show that Jessup adopted them 100 per cent." Stassen testified yesterday thaj. nt the 1943 meeting Lattlmore was the leader of a dominant group advocating a 10-pofnt program that Included recognition of Red China, turning over Formosa to the Chinese Communists, and the withdrawal of U.S. aid from Chiang Kai-shek's Chinese Nationalists. Crops in Store Need Extension Of Mild Weather MTTLE ROCK, Oct, 2. W>,_An extended period of mild wcalher Is needed by Arkansas farmers to permit large acreage of late cotton and .soybeans to mature, the weekly crop report said today. Halm have slowed cord and cotton harvest and the seeding ol fall grains, winter cover crops and winter pastures, the report adried. A slowed cotton harvest, with yieds lower in some counties than anticipated earlier was lorecast. Some late cotton Is still putting on lop crop. The report said the cotton harvest is about 50 per cent complete 5n the southeast; 10 to 25 per cent in the northeast. Handling facilities il-out war years. Defense spending WM one blj rea- on. The treasury today reported efcnse outlays from July 1 to Oct. amounted to J9.232.000.000, com- ared with only »3,594.000,000 foi fie same period last year. Tills year's first quarter deficit ompare.s with a net surplus of $296,41,044 at this time last year, after he first full quarter of the Korean Var. Tolal spending for the past three months Jumped to $14.988.766.353 ompared with cash outlays of $9,48.608.072 In the first quarter last ear. Income from taxes and other sour- e.s amounted to $12,373,779,538 In he first miarter this year, an In- rease over last year's figure of $9,44,955,117. The biRBe.it. previous first quarter deficit, except for war years, wa ',756.321,484 two years ago. Tha 949 deficit, until now. was the only irst-quarter Red Ink entry sine. Vorld War n days. being taxed for lice are number of localities. About a third of the acreage has been harvested. Florida Hit by Heavy Winds— Crops Damaged MIAMI, na., Oct. I. WV-MI»m1 •net the Florida keya were raked by winds.up to.60 mllea (in hour today « & gulf storm moved inland near Fort Myers. Blinding downpours fell in advance of tha poorly defined center of the tropical storm. Growers in th« rich IiBfce Ofceechobee area reported fields of beans, pepper* and tom&toM Hooding and feared considerable damage would result. AIOC Plans to Build Oil Plant in Australia LONDON, Oct. J. <AP>— The Allg- hi-lr«nl»n Oil Company, cut off from 1U huge Abndtn rrflnery by the Irftnfan government which nationalized the plant, disclosed plans tod*; to build an $84,000,000 plant -In Australia. •-, • A company spokesman said .-a t«am of expert* Is Investigating po.*:- sible sltM in th» vicinity of Melbourn*. Youth 17 Named As Bank Robber nOCFORD, III., Oct. 2. (/P;_The •"•BI snld today n 17-yeflr oW Rockford youth had been "identified as (he robber who escaped with $15.112 in cash yesterday from the Woodford, WIs., State Bank. R. L. Murphy, siieclnl agent charge of the Milwaukee FBI office said Althur Dredske. Jr., odd Jobs worker near Rockford, would be charged with violating the federa bank robbery statute. Osceofo Man Report! Theft of His Auto OSCEOLA. Oct. J,—Bearcy Mears Osceola construction firm operator repcrtetl to the shcrUf's ofllc hero this morning that his car, 1951 Plymouth, was stolen from il parking plnce here lost night. Mr. Menr.s told officers that h jmrkcd hLs car In the O.sceola busl ness district la.^t nljjht and who: he returned for It, It wn.s gone. Diplomats Reject Rumor Oatis Moved to Moscow FRANKFURT, Oct. 2. (AP) — American diplomats rejected toda a rumor that William N. Calls, As soclated Press correspondent, ha been transferred by the Czechoslo vak Communist government to Moscow prison. The rumor was published by a London newspaper Snndny (hat .Oatis,".sentenced In Prague July 4 to ten years Imprisonment as a "fipy,' J had been turned over to Soviet Jailers. last Arkansas Zotton Farmer >ies in Memphis MEMPHIS, Oct. 2. <AP> — A well nown east Arkansas cotton plan- ation owner and gin operator John 1ann, fir, of Mariarma, Ark, died: n a hospital here yesterday. He was: 9. ] Mann was a former mayor ol larEarma and hnci served as pres!- ent of the National Dinners' AMO- itlon and (he Arkansas-Missouri Sinners' Association. He WHS a director ol the Arkanas AKricLiltnre Council. Survivors Include his widow, three •ins, (.wo brothers and f\ sister, Funeral arrangements haven't jeen announced. *eds Jail West Berliner for Peace Threat' young BERLIN, Oct. 2. I/P,-A West Berliner was jailed by a Sovie cctor court today (or three anr ine-half years on a charge o hrowing anti-Communist leaflet i cross the border during (he Augus 'World Youth Festival." "Ilie sentence Imposed on Brwit Vjsc, 22, described him 'threat to the peace." Rose was dcnoimced and grab l>ecl on a recent, trip Into the Sovie sector. He denied the leaflet charg. LeochvilEe Man Fined for Attack Gilbert Hnncford o! Lcnclivll costs and sentenced to 30 days i Jail in Municipal Court thLs mon wa-s aASt'ssed fine* totaling $65 an Ing on charge* of assault/with deadly weapon. Hanelord was charged with i Raulttng his former wife, Mrs. Ion Green way, with a knife at Mr Greenway's honie In LenchvJIlc ye. terday. Mrs Green way wa.i not injure The 30-day jnil sentence was pended during soot] behaviour. In other action. Willie Hill wa lined $100 and costs anrt sentence to a day in Jail on a charge of drt Eng white under tha influence of liquor. Argentine Air Minister Quits BUENOS AIRES, Argentina. Oct. 1, (ft*t— President Juan D. Pcvoirv has accepted the resignation of hU air minister in (he second cabinet change since last Friday's abortive revolt, it was announced today. Minister of the Interior Angel Boi-lenghl said Air Minister Brig. Uen. Cesar OJeda has resigned and »as been replaced by Brig. pen. Iy- incio San Martin, who will he sv,'o rn t n to morrow, Yank Jet Pilot Downs MIG, Ho Shot Fired U. S. 5TH AIR FORCE HEADQUARTERS, Korea, Oct. 2. r/pj— A Jet pilot from Tennessee was credited with downing a Russian- type MICK 15 Jet today without firing a .shot. Capt. Paul W, Bryce of Law- rencebnrg, Tenn., said it happened when he squeezed ou t from between two Red Jets, He didn't know whether hU jet blast or /Ire from the second MLG knocked out the Communist plane. 'Two MIOs were closing In on me with the old squeeze play, one from either side," Bryce recalled. "I cut inside the one on the tiuhb and pulled up sharply, - '*It was a collision course and 1 didn't get a chance to fire at the MIG. "I passed over him so closely that my plane bounced and I thought we had collided. "I whipped over to the left and .saw that the MIG I had narrowly missed had blown up. either from my jet blast or from being hit by bullets from th< other MIG. "The second Mia headed for home. Lethargta Sails Past Mississippi Towns, May Extend Trip to Texas ROSEDALK, Miss.. Oct. 2. </Ti The two young men and two young women aboard the rait Lethar^ia planned to get off to a late start today on their Mississippi Rj trip, unperturbed by the tough currents they are meeting. They still had treacherous water ahead, taut they were heartened by an easy trip yesterday—so heartened that they kept traveling for a half hour after nightfall. They spent the night at a plantation rear Shelby. Miss, AA they prepared to get under way today, they were talking about possibly extending the trip in take In. Houston, Tex., via the intra- coastnl canal. Bruce Terminix Co. TERMITE CONTROL Blytheville-Osceola Eastern-Arkansas Southeastern Missouri Chisca Hotel Bldg. Memphis, Tenn: •'*•* Heater Causes Alarm An overheated hot water heater was the ctiu.se ol n (ire alarum shortly after noon today but no damage was done to the house at 615 Park. An apartment house, the building is owned by Mrs. Imogene Trumble and the L. M. Carney's live In the apartment where the heater was. FREE! W. a Svlr. r. M. Member Mtmphii Cotton fxchanyi Office and Plant 42-44 W««t Illinois Avenue Memphis, Tennessee Phone 9-9916 Correspondence Solicited. 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