The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 18, 1949
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1049 BLYTHEVTLI.B (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Reds to Continue • «• 1,1 • HC Activities in U.S. Communist Leader Says Conviction of 11 Won't Kill Party NEW YORK, Oct. 18. i W)—Com mimlst National Chairman William Z. Poster says his party '.'will con tlriue to function as an America working-class 'political party" de spite the conviction • of eleven o Its top leaders. • The .statement was made after days of conflicting opinions, here and abroad, on whether the convictions would outlaw the party and lead It to go underground. Poster's statement said the party will continue, "defending Its legality f d its right to function as a politl- I pariy, which right cannot be abrogated by. the government or any court .without violating the Constitution of the United States.' The statement was issued by Foster in conjunction .with Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, a member of the Communist National Committee arid 14 state and district leaders i: the party. The eleven Communist. leader were convicted last-Friday of con snlcacy to advocate • violent over throw of the government after ; nine-month trial in fe'deral court They will be sentenced this Friday •• They face possible maximum pen allies of ten years In prison an $10.000 fines each. Foster was indicted with them but his trial was delayed becaus of Illness. Dejected Czechs Wearily Hunt Relatives Jailed in Red Purge *3&~*£~ fc'*.^ M^Z~ !.'•..H-»»^! Reports Say Russia Mining A-Bomb Ore SEOUL, Oct. 18. (AP)—Repor have reached both Korean American quarters • that the Rus Elans are mining uranium ore source of the atomic bomb-^in com munist dominated north Korea.. The (south) Korean informatl gpokesman said the radloactive,™ : terial Is being produced in t locations in Whanghal province a exported to Russia. He did not d close how this was learned. t American sources said the rcpo may be true but they lacked rel ble confirmation. The Romans spread the use iron through Europe. ' Nat« Foto»et«lt7 PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia, Oct. 18. —"She's not here. Try Pankrao Prison." The dejected couple stepped out of the queue at the police station and continued the hunt'for their daughter—just one .of the thousands arrested In the last two vyeeks by Communist 'government police. The scene was repeated .hundreds of times as anxious arid : weeping Cz.ecl« searched for rclalives and friends snatched up in the Red crackdown vcpoitcfly aimed at quidatlng the middle class and nationalizing small business. Ii\ this case,, the missing girl's parents took their food package and I went on to Pankrac Prison, Prague s bi?eest prison overlooking the city. Even before they got Into the taxi i p ar t nlen j "employe, will be repre the driver knew where they wanted 1 5C |, le() by Archibald Palmer, he to BO. Czechs carrying food, pack- • ...— ..•. . ... Conspiracy Trial Setter November 9 NEW YORK),Oct. IB.; M'J—Fed. era! Judge Vincent L. tbibell tins set Nov. 0 for the trial of Judith Coplqil and Valentin A, Gubitchcv of charges of conspiring to spy for the Soviet Union. Qubltcliev, a Soviet engineer who has been suspended from his United Nations post, told the court h would act as his own', lawyer. Miss Coplon, former Justice De TIS-AUTUMN - Little Penny IcCOTniack, who's younger than pringtime, almost, romps among [re autumn leaves in' London's lyde Park. The 2-year-old lot vho hails from Tramore, Eire, vas enjoying the warm autumn ages these days arc taking them to I imnrisoncd friends." "I've taken hundreds of persons out to Pankrac''this; week," the cabby said. "Everybody is .'looking for someone else. These ore crazy times, impossible days.- Everybody is frightened.'Last night I saw four overcrowded police>rlot cars arriving at a police station with arrested | people. ' •' "You know my opinion? The republic of Czechoslovakia Is one big prison." At Pankrac Prison the girl's par- I cnts squeezed through the crowd to policeman sitting before a list lawer in her Washington trial. That trial, ended: .June her conviction of stealing confidcn Ha! FBI documents' with the tentlon ot_ transmitting them Soviet agents, i She. was sentenced on that charge to 40 months to 10 years. An appeal is penning. Slifi Is at liberty In $20,000 ball on that conviction and an additional $20,000 on the New. .York Indictment. She and Gubltchev now are to ie tried on conspiracy charges In connection .with the' same alleged . - - . veather on her London vacation. | of names Th e policeman told them their daughter was there and the food package would be accepted. long wait they f ision Investigated After , reached handed ion from the. Bishopric of Bam- another long wait the reception desk and over the package. It was inc'd and thoroughly, searched Itten messages' were destroyed. ... • ,1 All vight. that's all," the police- erg arrived at the tiny village of man sa , d ,. You can bring ano ther Thurn, near Nuernberg, today to m- {ood package In two weeks.", 'estigate the claim of a group of , nie p aren t s turned away. Other children that they had .seen a vi- move d up ) n the queue, sion of the Madonna and Child. After the children reported they had seen the vision every night for a week, a crowd of some 15,000 devout Bavarians descended on the village last night. Once again the eakage of secrets. Gubltchev is free In $100,000 ball children declared they saw;the virgin. Visitors said they saw nothin Belong Together Pats Snd starch are chemical sob- stances belonging to the same group of hydrocirbons and go well together, hence the populrity of fried, potatoes. Report Albanian Revolt . TRIESTE, Free Territory. Oct. 18. (AP)—Astra, Italian news agency, quoted "reliable sources" today as saying regular army elements have revolted against trie communist government of Albnia in a "clearly anti-Russian" movement. The agency s'ald It was unable to confirm this . report. There have been no western^ correspondents In satellite Albania for several years. Brace Brown Elected Credit Group Head EL DOJtADO- Ark., Oct 18. (AP)— Bruce Brown, EI ; Dprado, was elected president of tiie Arkansas Credit Association' here yesterday. The Association; here for Its 25th annual convention announced election of the following additional ofticers: , J. B. Hnberer, Port Smith, vice president; R. W. Gentry, El Dorado, secretary, directors, William Arendt. Earl Wilson and C. W. Blackwcod, all of Little Rock; Oftie Lltes, Pine Bluff; John Stinsoh, Camdcn, and Yost McKinney, El Dorado. Swift Animal The cheetah ,has .been used for centuries in India and Persia for hunting antelope and other game, accordiu gto the Encyclopedia Biit- annica. Over short distances, the cheetah probably can outrun any other animal. ' > Now that you can choose any car you want DESOTO Today people ar« buying cars very diffet* enlly from (he way they did • year »go. They ore taking their time. They're comparing salucs. As a result, the demand for De Solo is breaking records. Tills is the car that thrives on comparisons. It gives you more head room, leg room, jinn room. More visibility. More cor* forl and luxury. And it lets : you dri»« without shifting. Come in and let us show you why thi» car is called ."The Car Designed with YOU in Mind." Compare it with any other car at any price. Then decide* 1 Lets you drive ivitliout shifting! Motor Sales Co., Inc. 110 W. 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