The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1950 · Page 6
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PAGE KX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1950 Y!M Bvdcni — McCarthy Finds Self In Hole in Red Hunt • 'BT'JMIMI Mirlow ! WASHINGTON, April 18. W)—A man who has had a deeply troubled inner life will fake the witness stand here Thursday. He Is Louis Budenz, W, a former Communist. :'. Senator McCarthy. Wisconsin Republican,' has said Buctenz will testify that Owen Lattimore was known to him to be a Communist. Lattbnore, • an expert on Asia, has been a consultant of the State Department on occasion. Budeni will appear before the Senate committee which is Investigating McCarthy's charges that the State Department has hired Communists. When he first made them. McCarthy's charges were very •weeping. Since then, he's narrowed them down. Nine people he named as pro- Communist-s or poor security f isks not only denied his accusations but most of them denounced McCarthy. "To Stand or Fall" Finally. McCarthy said his whole case would stand or fall on what he had to say about Latlimorc. At first. McCarthy called Lattimore the "top Soviet espionage agent" in this coi'-'-y. .Lattimore, ' Appearing before the committee, denied McCarthy's charges and challenged him to make the charges publicly where he could be sued instead of in the safety and Immunity of the Senate. Since then McCarthy has spoken publicly of Lattimore but has never called him a Communist or a spy. He has said since the challenge that Lattlmore's thinking- parallels that of the Russians. . Budenz has previously testified lor the government when It tried 11 top Communist Party officials. They were'convicted. . Budenz Keeps Mum Budenz has kept mum about what he'll say Thursday. ; ; Budenz had been In a good position to know a great deal about Communists and their doings. He was one of them for 10 years. Bii- ideng was raised as a Catholic In the mid-west but later broke with the church and WRS Dx-communi- c&ted for marrying a divorced woman. .'•''. • . H* became active In organized labor and remained In that for years. The publishers of his book— "This Is My Story"—say he was arrested 21 times In labor disputes and acquitted 21 times. In 1935 he Joined the Communist Party, rose to be a member of its national committee, and from 1940 until 1945 was editor of the party's paper, the "Daily Worker." On Oct. 10, 1945—ten years after jolnliiB—Budenz quit the party and his job and went back Into the Catholic Church, a step he had been planning for two years. The excommunication ban on him was lifted. Soon he wrote the story of his life, "This Is My Story." That book opens on a very religious note, for Budenz dedicates it to "Mary Immaculate, patroness of our beloved land." "A Sense of Peace" Deep in the book, writing of his decislon'to get out of the party and back Into [he church, Budenz said he "experienced a sense of peace such as I had not enjoyed for three stormy decades." Budcna' testimony probably will be of much Importance to the whole McCarthy case for over the weekend criticism of McCarthy sprouted out in different places. Tlie Catholic Review, official organ of the Archdiocese of Washington and Baltimore, called on McCarthy to "put up or shut up," to "cut out the talk and come up with facts." Senator Tydings. Maryland Democrat and chairman of th, committee investigating McCarthy's accusations, said the latter had offered no proof to back up his charges. And even one of McCarthy's fellow Republicans. Senator Bridges of New Hampshire, said McCarthy "went too far" In the extent of his charges although Bridges called the Wisconsin senator a "great American." ' The University of Arizona swimming team will face six opponents —two of them twice—during the 1950 season. The VS. began to export Ice In large quantities In IMS. "HOWYA GONNA KEEP 'EM DOWN ON THE FARM?"Aristocrats of their breed are these pedigreed Holstcin bulls and heifers being led into a Seaboard & Western Air lines DC-4 air freighter at New York's International Airport. From Carnation. Wash-, th« prize herd is being flown to Milan. Italy, to help rebuild herds devastated by the war The Seaboard line specializes in moving animals by air. Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toombs Winters Services Held . tomy. Funeral scivices lor Robert I Mrs. Joe Christian gave birth to Robert Crockett -Winters, 69, were 1 a daughter in St. Francis Hospital ast week. The daughter, Mary conducted by the Rev. B. G. Corn Child Ostrich Stomachs Jacks, Pins, Cartridges SPRINGFIELD, Mo.. April 18. (A*»—Last summer, little Freddie Miller swallowed & .22 caliber cartridge. Last week, he gulped down one of a pair of jacks—the kind girls use In sidewalk games — but coughed it up. Yesterday, little Freddie — now 30 months old—swallowed B safe- ty pin. It was open. So now Freddie is In a hospital here, while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Miller of Mount Vernon. Mo,, and doctors ponder a way to remove the pin. The pin. an Inch and a half long, is lodged point downward in his stomach. Surgery may be necessary to remove It. Oh yes. Freddie had a bout with pneumonia a couple of months ago, too. In First Baptist Church April 5. He died at his home near OUfegn on April 3. Survivors include Ms wife, the former Elizabeth Check; five children, Mrs. Winnie May Brecheen of Grensburg, La., Ruben Winters, Richmond. Calif.. Walter Winters and Mrs. Murel Mattery of PorUge- villc and Daync Winters of Richmond, Calif., one brother. Monroe Winters, Hayti, Mo.; and 11 grandchildren. Final Kites fur John Montfomrry Funeral services were conducted In the Warden Baptist Church April 10 Jor John Montgomery, 50, who died on April 8. He had matte his homo near Portageville and Warden the greater part of his life. Burial was in Portageville Cemetery with Osburn Funeral Home In charge. / Hospital News Mrs. Kate De Lisle entered St Francis Hospital in Cape Glrardeau last week. Lloyd Stewart was released Friday from St. Francis Hospital where he underwent an appendec- FOR SALE Stale Certified DPL No. 15 Blue Tag Cottonseed SO'/o Germination — • — OGDEN SOYBEANS 89% Germination EARL MAGERS Dell, Arkansas Phone 2811 or 2161 Fish were shipped frozen in blocks of ice in 1868. , Kathryn. weighed eight pounds, two ounces. . , John Parries entered Kennedy •encral Hospital, Memphis, last week to undergo surgery for broken x>nes in his ankle. Health Unit Meeting A county-wide meeting of the New Madrid County Health Unit will be held at Shannon Theater n Porlngcville on April 25. Election of directors and adoption df constitution and by-laws are scheduled Tor action. < Social Notes Revival services are now In pro- ;ress at the Baptist Church with >oth afternoon and evening serv- ces. The Rev. J. ' M, Damron is bringing the message and Robert L. Sanders of Memphis is directing singing. Home from school for Easter holi- days were Mary Lynn Marr, Mary Ellen Merrill, Joslyn Osteen, Helen Killian, Dianna De Lisle, Morjan Casey, Qerald and Paul Adams, nichard Ellis, Dickie Killian, Susie Powell, Sadie Powell, Russell Bets, Bob Napier, Leon Gowans, Jack Merrltt and Betty De Lisle. Miss Billy Jean Kubbard whose icnt to Tunkey Sherrlll has ist engagetni been announced, was honored Thursday when Mrs. Lots Teroy entertained with a shower for her. Mrs. Jim Richardson was honored Easter Sunday with a dinner on her 63rd birthday. NOTICE OF GRANTING OF UQIJOIl PERMIT IN'ollce is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas has Issued a permit, No. 641 to Norfleld Scln Rossle, to sell and dispense vinous or splr- "Say It \V'ith Flowers" I!I,VTIIEVILLE FLOWER MART .Mrinjilils Iliwaj Phone 6MZ Are You Protected Against TERMITES? Your house is worth a lot of money so don't lef Termites cause expensive damage. Get protection now.. . but... BE SURE YOU GET THE BEST! H. C. Walls, a charter member and director of the State Test Control Association, can do your job right. Here's why: ]. Licensed longer than any operator in'Mississippi County. 2. Longest continuous satisfactory record of STATE inspections in Northeast Arkansas. 3. Your individual needs honestly diagnosed. 4. Conscientious workmanship. 5 Sane plan of upkeep. WALLS 924 East Main CERTIFIED TERMITE SERVICE H. C. Walls Phone 3792 Ituous liquors for beverage »t re- Ull on th£ premises described a* UO West, Ash, Blytheville, Ark. 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