The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 24, 1949
Page 9
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FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1M» BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER KSWt PAGE KTN« Hiss Reiterates Denial of Charge Delivery of Secret Data ta Chambers Refuted Once More latesville Cops Justed after )river's Death NEW TORE, June tt. i/fi— Alter Hiss reiterated today his denial that he had turned over secrei torernment document* to a tied jto ring u he returned to the •Knew stand at his trial on perjury charges. Ttie former State Departmen official, under direct questionlnf denied specifically that he passed any restricted documents to Whit Uker Chambers, confessed forme courier for a Communist esptonaa group. His« began his second day the witness stand by detailing th high honors that had come U> him during his brilliant legal career. Chamber*, whose earlier test mony consumed a full week of th trial, fs the chief accuser of His The perjury charges grew out Hiss' flat denial before a spy-prqb ing grand jury that he had fe<i Chambers State Department pi pers for transfer to Red unde ground agents. Hiss also dente that he had ever seen Chambe after Jan. 1, 1937. After questioning Hiss regarding the high positions he had held •ince leaving his State Department post. Defense Counsel Lloyd Paul Stryker swung his line of question- Ing to the testimony given By I chambers. Met II Yeara A»o Hisa laid he first met "this per- I ion who now calls himself Chamben" either late In December. 193*. or early In January, W3S. At that i Urn*, the defendant related, ne I waa counsel to th* Senate Muni- Committee then brought out that knew Chamber* *i one [ -Oeort* CroaUy,* a free lance writer, and not rimply M "Carl 1 Atlontan Found BATESVUAE, Ark., June 24. Itfi —Two Bat«ville policemen have >een dismissed after one o( them waa charged with first degree roui - ler. Mayor Hamey Chaney said yes- erday Patrolmen Jess Long and Ernest Broolterson had been dropped tram the force. Long was charged with' murder after Tom Williamson. 27. tilling station operator, was shot to death lere early Tuesday. There U no charge agalrut Brookerson, Chaney declared he would ask he City Council next Tuesday night to authorize a "thorough rfialceup" in the police department. He did not elaborate. Alvts Bell, 27. of Batesville. testified at a coroner's inquest that Lori; and Brookerson stopped him and Williamson and their wives and that Long shot Williamson as the latter struggled with Brooker- Soldier in Hotel MEMPHIS, Junt M <»)— A Crl minftl Court Jury yeatcrday convicted Albert I .Cheaahw o[ Atlanta of awault with Intent to murder. Punishment waa filed at from three to 21 year* to prison. Mr« Betty Jean Orte'ja. dauth- ter of the Atlanta aaleaman, was found Innocent on • charfe of belnff an accessory before the fact Both char»es were the outtrowth of the hotel room shootini last April of Army Sgt. Henry Glen Hyndi of near Amarillo, Tex. Kynds is partially paralyied a> a result of his wounds. Both Chfsshrr and ht< daufhter claimed aelf defense. Hynd! testified that the shoot- Ing occurred durint a discussion regarding his proposed adoption of Mrs. Ortt'ga's six-year-old, daughter, born after a wartime romance with Hynds. Race Clashes gain Flare In St. Louis Playground Areas Termed Economic Asset for Any City by Civic Leader son. Long is in jail at Newport for safekeeping. The belief that chiggers or red bugs don't bite at night is fallacious. as Chambers had testified earlier. Htxs testified that .Chambers came to see him at the Senate Office Building In Washington There, the defendant continued. Chambers told him .he wanted to write a series of articles on the munitions Investigation In vrogress at the time. His visitor. Hiss testified, evinced particular interest in information about aircraft companies and the T>u Pont interests. ."Did you at that time or any other time transmit and deliver to him any restricted documents of any kind belonging to the government?" Stryker asked. "I did not," Hiss replied in an even voice. Bank Robber's Aides To Testify at Trial MEMPHIS. June 24. f/T;—Attor- neys for accused bank robber Clyde Milton Johnson have filed petitions for two witnesses to testify on Ills behalf in his trial here scheduled July 11. Johnson is charged with the 543,000 holdup of a bank here last Feb. 8. He was captured by FBI men at Indianapolis after a nationwide manhunt and severely wounded in a running gunbattle acro&s downtown Monument Circle. One of the witnesses requested ST. LOUIS, June U. t/Pi— Isolated disturbances ' between Negroes and vhilec broke out again last night as an aftermath of trouble that flared In a St. Louis park Tuesday. The violence began when city-owned swimming pools were temporarily opened to membws of both races. One white youth WAS seriously hurt and several other person* suffered minor injuries in separate incidents in scattered sections of the city. Chief of Police Jeremiah O'Connell said extra police and squid cars will patrol the city tor an indefinite period in view of the tense situation. He attributed all oi the trouble to teen-agers. John Tabaka, 1«. suffered a skull fracture and was in a serious condition .at city hospital. He told polio three NeRro boys threw bricks at him and several companions. A Ne^ro youth was hasnitalizcd with passible internal Injuries suf- 'ered when he was attacked by three white youths near his home. A clt.inina company truck driver reported he. was attacked by a group of about i« Nesvo youths. He was not seriously hurt. Two persons were struck by rocks thrown at streetcars, and a bus passenger was cut on the arm when a knife was thrust through a window of the bus. Several street disturbances were Importance and progreu of tht city'a new playground areas were discussed by J. W. Adam*, president of the Blytheville "Y". in an address to members of the Blytheville Rotary Club yesterday. He said citizens of the town who attended the Community Service Clinic last year put new playgrounds high on their lists of projects for city betterment. "This proved the Intereat ,of the community in the project. Recreational facilities are also important from a commercial standpoint," Mr Adams stated. "Men who investigate possible factory sites always inquire as to tlie availability of recreational areas," he continued. Other Areas Show Intern! Improvements in tile form of ad- ditional equipment, h* an id. art slated for tb« DivUton, Maloney and D«vld Acroa park*. "The Blytheville project U being watched cloaely by ether Arkansas town* which have plans lor similar developments," he added. Mr. Adams prefaced hla remarks pertaining ta the playgrounds by pointing out the Importance of youth activities, Noble Gill, president-elect of the club, reported an the International convention of Rotary which he attended In New York. Cue.-!* al the meeting included Ed Vail, Clinton, Mo.; R. W. Nichols, A i morel; John D. Gray, Jr., and Frank Woodson, Brownsville. Term ; Rll* Melton, Little Rock; and H. A. Halne*. Cooter Baptist Church Scene oi Singing Meet Pemltcot County's Singing Convention will hold its monthly meet- Ing at the Baptist church In Cooter Sunday, R. E. Smith is president of the group and S. L. Robinson U secretary. Us* of the water clock Greece In the fifth century bcloro hrist, at about the time Jlippb- rales began the development of medical science. is John E. Anderson, now serving a 20-year sentence in the federal penitentiary in Atlanta for his part [n the robbery, '"he other Ls Billie Frances Hayes, identified by police as the womn who helped Johnson escape from a Miami jail wheu he first was robbery. LOOK!. Guaranteed f COAL SAVE ON FUEL 10 DAY SALE e Guaranteed First Line Coals With the Courts Common Pleas: Henry Fain, et al, vs. Laverne •warlord, suit for damages In (he amount o( (1000. Chancery: Theodore M. JViwIer v«. 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