The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 28, 1950
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1TIIDAY, APRIT, 28, 1930 •BLrrHEvn,LE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS FACE Th« Notion Today: Earl Browder— f x - Communists Call Each Other 'A Liar By James Marlow ' WASHINGTON, April 28. (If) — Earl Browder'a cheeks hail a high pink tinge, as if from suppressed excitement. And the pulse under his jaws beat rapidly. • Nevertheless, he started straight Inijipnt of him, occasionally brnsli- mustache with the back of his hand, as he sat In a chair In the Senate committee hearing room, waiting to be called, He was dressed plainly, almost poorly. He says he is unemployed, nut tor 26 years he had been a member of the American Communist Party. And for 15 of those years he headed It. The party kicked him out In 1946. As they drummed him oat, his onetime party comrades heaped abuse and ridicule on him. What had happened? Why had they turned so violently against him? After the war Browder look the line that the Communists could get along with business. His party comrades didn't seem to think there was anything strange about that. Then n French Communist, Jnc- qucs Duclos. sounded off in Paris. He said he thought' the American Communists were making a joke of themselves." Terribly embarrassed that they hadn't thought of that themselves, selves.' Maybe that was In Browder's mind when he thrust aside questions he disliked. Or, maybe Browder just hud disdain for the whole proceedings which at one point he called a "silly mess." At least, he looked bored as time went on. Browder was called In because of testimony given the committee a week ago by Louis Budenz, Budenz Is around Brooder's age and had been a party member from 1935 until 1945. For five of those years he tiad edited the party's newspaper, the Dally Worker, while Browiier was his boss. Then in 1945 Budenz quit the party. Budenz had told the committee that Owen Ijattimore, a writer on Far-Eastern affairs and an occasional consultant of the State Department, was a Communist. How did Budenz know that? Well, lie didn't know it first hand. But lie said a number of Communists had told him so. (Lattimore has denied this.) And Budenz said ne Hew Yorkers Reach Dwellings by Way Of Slow Knee-Action NEW YORK. April 28. (/PI—Man- hattanites like to ride—«speciaUy up. But they were using knee action to reach their skyscraper dwellings as the strike of apartment house service men entered Its second day today. There's a dearth of heat, hot water, mail and phone service and grocery deliveries in 1,000 apartment buildings. Much of Manhattan is afflicted by aching feet. About 12.000 APL elevator operators, janitors and other service workers struck at dawn yesterday, to tlie consternation of more than 200,<XM New Yorkers who were forced to become mountain climbers. The union said all of its 18.000 members would join the walkout. . had heard Earl Browder praise Lattimore for hclpini; Communists. Bul--liudcnz told the committee that if It called Browder to ask him about this, Browder might the American Communists did another flip-flop and became anti- business' again. They put the blame on Browder for their embarrassment and threw liim out. But he says he hasn't changed any of his lifetime thinking. So, although no longer permitted to be a member of the party, he apparently continues to think as a Communist. T^n Browder was called from his chA to appear before the Senate subcommittee which is investigating the charges by Senator McCarthy, Wisconsin Republican, that the State Department is loaded with Communists. If he had seemed nervous before, he didn't seem nervous when he began to talk. He was composed and at limes even angry when he was asked questions which, he said in effect, were none of the committee's business. If any senator thought Browder was going to inform on his onetime party comrades, he was mistaken. Browder didn't tip his hand once about the Inner workings of the party, although asked plenty of questions that went up .side alleys. Of course, some day. Browder may once again become head of the party. That wouldn't be stranger than some of the flip-flops which have made the American Communists look ludicrous, even to thein- Browder. brought in yesterday, re- tuincd the compliment by calling Budenz a liar. Browder said he never had discussed Lnttimore with NOTICE OF FILING OF AITLICATION FOR LIQUOR FEKMIT Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sel' and dispense vinous or spirituous anyone and that Lattimore not only ivas not a Communist but was anti Communist. So here were two ex-Communlst calling eacli other a liar. Our Telephone Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. quors for beverage at retail on he premises described as 420 West Ash, Blythevllle, Ark. . Application Is for a permit to be sswed for operation beginning on he 1 day of July 1950, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1951. N. S| Rossle N THE CHANCERY COURT FOX THE CHICKASAWRA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Alice Crockett Fletcher, Pitt, vs. No. 11,282 Leonard E. Crockett, Mrs... Leonard E. Crockett, Jennie Crockett Williams, Gladys Crockett Smith, Edith Crockett Cox, Napoleon M. Crockett, Mrs. Napoleon M. Crockett, Arthur E. Crockett Mrs, Arthur E. Crockett, Elgcrnon & Crockett, and Mrs. Elgemoii K. Crockett, J. C. Faulk. Jr., Mrs, J. C. Faulk, Jr., Vaudine Parker McKlroy, Maggie Parker, Mrs. Eliza Poiw. Mrs. R. E. Edwards, J. V. Pool, Mrs, J. V. Pool, Thomas M. Poo), Mrs. Thomas M. Pool, Mrs. Kslell Green, Mrs, Lulu Whcclly, and the heirs of H. \V. Cunningham, Deceased. Who and Whose Names Are Unknown To Plnintirf, Dfts. Warning Order The defendants, Gladys Crockett Smith, Arthur E. Crockett, Mrs. Arthur E. Crockett. 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