The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1951 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 3, 1951
Page 7
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PAOB TWELVE Jessup Swears McCarthy's Charges Against Him Are Completely Flase BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WASHINGTON, Oct. I, (^-Ambassador Philip c. Jessup swore today that a charge by Senator McCarthy (R-Wis) "that I was affiliated with six Communist fronts is false." Jeseup mad* the statement to a Senat* foreign relations subcommittee considering his nomination by President Trumnn to be a United Nations delegate. His testimony was in reply to charges by McCarthy that Jessup has "followed all the twists and turns of the Communist line." LMt nlsht the subcommittee made public a finding by the Civil Service Loyalty Review Board (hat there Is "no reasonable doubt" as to Jessup's loyalty. McCarthy raised some question about the finding but was promptly contradicted by Hirma Bingham, chairman of the loyally board. Testifying under oath, Jessup denied—as ho did last year—McCarthy's accusation that he had "an unusual affinity for Coninninkt causes." The amba-ssador-at-lanjc, a top advisor (o Secretary of Slale Acheson, also declared: Evidence to Come "I will submit evidence which will demonstrate . . . that t have not been a follower of the Communist Party line." He added: "I wijl introduce evidence tu,-. ttie Communists have attacked mi with a violence equal to thnt displayed by the senator from WJscon sin and with far greater Justilica tion. "The evidence that I will introduce will unmask Senator McCarthy's alleged proof as « mixture of barefaced falsehoods. distortions and misrepresentations." deliberate or Not? Jessup suggested the committee "or some other appropriate government authority consider whether Nils disregard for truth, tinder oath, was or waa not deliberate." Like Jessup, McCarthy had testified under oath. At the outset of his testimony Jessup 5aid: "1 will begin with the unqualified declaration thnt Senator McCar th/s allegation thnt I was affiliated with six Communist fronts is false—his photostats notwithstanding." Jessup said he Is proud of his membership In "a number of organizations which I think do Indicate my affinities." Ho listed among them the American Legion, th this man.' Je.sstip said McCarthy's allcga tlons against him. were aimed a "trying to make people believe tha I have been and am ready to ,sel out my country to the Soviet Un Ion." Je.vup said he would, in Ihe course of his testimony, disprove American Bar Association, Carnegie Endowment for Internationa! Peace and Foreign Policy Association. Jctnip Arlds Agreement -Declaring that objective discussion of his activities should cover such organisations as he cited Jessup added: "For once I agree, with Senator McCarthy when he said to the committee last Thursday, 't am sure we must take the entire hislory of With the Courts Chancery: E. E. Stevens vs. Floyd Simpson, suit on note. But McCarthy, Jessup declared, "prefers to determine my affinities on the basis of organizations with which I have no active connection rather than those In which I am or have been a vigorous participant. Obituaries STAIR CHAIR-Wbeolchaircd disabled persons can now be eased smoothly down stairs, lhank, lo (his new Danish invention demonstrated by Mnnanno Guslafsson and Olot llultin al , hc World Con- Bress tor Help oi Distressed apd Disabled Persons in Slockho"m Sweden. Ttie calerpillar tread does the trick. Acheson Asked To Deny Action On China in '49 PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 3. //r/~ larold E. stassen flatly challenged Secretary of Stale flenn Acheson oday to deny that In lo-io he ecommended cutting off all mili- nry supplies for China. Stassen's challenge follower! a tnte deportment reply lo his tcstl- iiony before a senate hearing Mcn- •lay. He said then Ihnt the late =cn. Arthur H. v.inrtcuberg m- Ilch) had told hl m of n White louse meeting at which Acheson nd Philip Jessup hnd proposed ailing aid to the Nationalists. The state department reply was ssued last night by press officer fichnel J. McDcrmott who said "I r Mr. stnssen's memory Is plny- him tricks.' Power Line Fatality Lawsuit Is Appealed OSCEOLA, Oct.' 3 . - A Mississippi County Circuit Court verdict denying Gladys Poston Norrls $25000 damages for the death of her biollicr. Arthur Poston. Negro has been appealed to the Arkansas Supreme Court. Poston was killed Jon. 17 B .|, en he walked into a fallen power line Jienr Osceoln. His sister sued the Mississippi County Electric Co-Operative, Inc.. owners of the line The lower conrl returned u judgment In favor of the co-op. ".Vul Scctl" D'ltnnlcnlly speaking, the cashew Is not a nut at all. It is the seed attached outside the lower end of the cashew apple, which Is the edible /riili. born In clusters on the cashew tree.- Mrs. Ollie Walker Dies in Kentucky Mrs. Ollle Walker, former Mississippi County resident, died yesterday In Mayfield. Ky.. m the home of her son, Harvey Walker She was 70. Mrs. Walker was the .wife of the late B. p. Walker, yarbro landowner until the time of his dealh. Services will be In Mayfield. Mrs Walker was ill just a short time before her death. She wns mi active member of the Methodist Church. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Louis Ball of Blytheville; six sons. Guy Walker and Harvey Walker of Mayfield, Bailey Walker and Page Walker of Uetroit, Byron Walker of Virginia, and Ralph Walfcer of California; and four sisters and a brother who live in Kentucky. • + • Mrs. Roxie Crews Succumbs at 78 Services for Mrs. lUxie Crev,'S, who died yesterday at her home on North Franklin Street following a short illness, will be conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Cobb Funeral lome Chapel by the ncv. George I,. McGhehey. pastor of Lake Street Methodist Church. : Burial will be in Maple Grove' Cemetery. Mrs. Crews, who had re- slticd here for la years, was 18. A Dative of Gibson County. Tenn.. she was the widow 1 of Oeorge w! Crews, who died Oct. 18. 1038. She was active in church work. Survivors include two brothers. Jasper Alley and Osby Alley, both of Halls. Teun.; and four sisters. Mrs. Eula Golden of Friendship, Tenn.. Mrs. Winnie McDonald of St. Louis, Mrs. Clonlon Davis of Cleveland, o.. and Mrs. Ervie Elder Madison of Joplin. Mo. • * • Rites Are Conducted For T. T. Dildine, 63, STEELE, Oct. 3. — Funeral services for T. T. Dildine, retired farmer, were conducted nt the German Funeral Home Chapel here Monday nt 2 p.m. with (he Rev. .fames R Braswell, pastor ot the Church of Christ, officiating. Mr. Dildine died Saturday after an Illness of several-' years. He had retired eight years ago. He was G3. A resident of Pemlscot County for 33 years, Mr. Dildine came there from Tennessee. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Sara JJildme; Ivo nans. Will Dildine of Rives and Owen Dildine of Redlands. Calif.; and three daughters Mrs. Grover Davis of Steele. Mrs' E. T. Hnbbard of Blytheville and Mrs. Gerald Bradford of Haj-U WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1981 Benton Soys S«cr*cy Has No Part in U.S. WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. <AP)—«,. crecy has no part In the American government setup, Senator Bentou (D-Conn) told the senal* todar. He proposed In a speech for th» Senate that a "peoples' advocate" be appointed, with counterpart! in key federal agencies, "to fight aa hard to release information as som« officials have been known to fight to suppress it." Benton said his proposal i._, prompted by President Truman's executive order of ]ast Tuesday lor the protection of defense secret*. TV mmulcs to go." 3servc Uni.jrsi.y. Clevc and, O. The broadcaif, the college switchboard •»ge in the Midwest. Most of the nmount will be for ong-tcrm loans. Only so.000.0uo wa-, approved for direct relief under the "resident's emergency disaster relief und. Part of Flood Fund Gets Okay WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. fJP|_Thc House Appropriations Committee •>l>provcd today only $113.440000 of the S-!00.000,00() asked by President Truman to help repair "flood dam- etter - 1 ban orry For the nun or woman who wants a Cadillac, I here is no satisfactory substitute in the whole wi<le world! So, if your heart is set on sitting at the wheel of this Rrcat and distinguished motorcar-let us talk with you frankly about the matter. ' . J'irst of all, 5-oti should come in aiu! place your order- just as soon as circumstances will permit. Thereis now- as there his been for many years— a Zfi n8 f l" ™™? cr [ ul P TO P !c »'ho wish to own this wonderful car And the sooner your name joins this distinguished list-the sooner your hope will be rcalixcd. And otsce your signature is on an order blank-hold firm to your purpose. Cars without number mav l, c had tod.-iv— almost as soon as you agree to accept them. And, quite naturally, people who sell these available cars may ask you to shift your preference from Cadillac. n"»mic Hut, again, we urge you to hold firm-for the sake of your own wellare and your own satisfaction. Remember—it's Cmlillac you want. C«,////,,f_with its universal and pride-inspiring recognition as the Standard of the World! CW/y/rff—withi such ncrformancc'that owners actually think up excuses for taking to the highway! Crt,iW,, f _with such amazing endurance that its full life-span has never yet been measured! CWr7/ rt r-w-ith economy so extraordinary that few cars, at any price, will run farther on a gallon of gasoline! A ? fC h~' f y<M ! - Vimt * Cadill;lc . come in and o/der it. And then stand firm until yon set it. It's far, far better to wait-than he sorrv For remember, there is nothing that can take its place. Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Co. 301 West Wolnur Phone 4578 12th ANNUAL • ARKANSAS F LIVESTOCK SHOW art RODEO OCT.1-6 Surveys show that four out of ten U. S. grade school children have some type o/ vision handicap. Oysters can and tlo change their sex from male to leniale or female to male in middle age. (REMOVE DANDRUFF DANDRUFF TREATMENT *» * «* r«M> « ^ Ur£k.t?/r' $1 UaiM|»w. k*. | Sfolp • Money-fine* Guarantee Kirby Drug Store ROOSEVELT ROAD . LITTU ROCK $30,000 in Premiums <^..i-^~\ ^ cc r ^ c h'ncit live'^ "'Jf- ''«<:k in Ihc Stole \jf "'"Piling lor p,\t, wards! Get proc- brcedon and sfocltmcn. SPECIAL EVENTS Thurjdoy - Oct. 4th * Sla(e-W,de School Day •*• Ark Hereford Association Sole of ShowCanle Saturday - Ocf. 6th * "F F A Day •*• Auction Sale of Fat Stock RODEO TOUGHEST of 'em ALL! Sec man pilled against bcoil •n iplit-iecand stiuggles bctw e fop cowhondi and Brother, Can You Spare $ 12.45 A Month? Believe it or not, that's all the money it takes to buy a beautiful Admiral refrigerator. Just $12.45—let's see ... that's about 45c a day! Any way you figure it, you can have this beautiful Admiral in your home this very night as easy as pie. If you've got an old refrigerator, we'll take it as down payment (just as long as it works. . . and isn't obsolete) and you won's need any cash. Not a cent. Now, I ask you ... why don't you pick out yours tomorrow? tf J/,,,, Johnnie U;e Wills [ ,:.-:,~i!— -aejj »i V ~~"'~* 7.4 Cu. Ft. j _ .. Deluxe Model *. / Fomoui Hollywood Wtit- •. /«in Star, loved by millionl. Trade-in Allowance Monthly Payment $ FREE ACTS Sec ihe Flying Ononi, 1 10 K, ground without a net. Tht Cu^hings present "Piccadiltj Puppet Revue" ROYAL r,,« SHOWS Admiral HUBBARD HARDWARE

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