The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1950 · Page 13
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TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN Senate May Cite Jaffe for Contempt Ex-Amerasia Editor Refused All Questions t 'ASHINGTON, June 13. (flV- ite Investigators today studied the possibility of bringing contempt proceedings against Philip Jaffe for refusing to answer questions about the five-year-old Anierasia magazine case. Jaffe was the editor of Amerasia magazine when Its offices were raided by federal agents who found government documents there. contempt citations already have been recommended against two other witnesses who refused to, answer questlins put to them by members of the Senate foreign relations subcommittee investigating Communist- Jn-government charges. Karl Browder They were Earl Browder, forme Communist Party secretary, and Frederick Vanderbllt Field, whom Senator McCarthy (R-wis) author I the Communist chmges, lias catted a "Soviet agent." Field denied the accusation under oath, but declined :o say whether he is or ever lias aeen a Communist. Citations ngniust the two were recommended by sul>conimittee counsel Edward P. Morgan, but no action has been taken on either. Morgan told reporters yesterday, after the subcommittee got a series of question lurmlowns from Jaffe behind closed doors, that he had been driected to draw up recommendations on the possibility of citing tile witness for contempt. JaCfc Declined Jafee. acting on the advice of O. John Rogge, his attorney, wns said to have declined to answer all but a few elementary question;. on grounds the answers might, be self-Incriminating. ' Obituaries BRITISH ntention In the Jaffe cast. Last year the u. S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a Congressional committee has the right to demand that a witness state'whe- ;her he Is a Communist, in Instances where the refusal Is based oil the argument that Congress can't inquire Into political beliefs. There has been no court ruling yet on "vhether a witness pleading a Constitutional ban against sel(-ln- crlniinatlon may refuse to answer thi; question. McCarthy Charges The Amerasla case, revived as an offshoot of Senator McCarthy's Communist charges, Involved the finding of . hundreds of classified government wartime documents '11 the magazine's New York office. The arrest of six persons resulted. Jaffe. editor of the now defunct magazine, pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to obtain Illegal possession of federal documents, He Morgan 'would not disclose his I was fined $2.500. TB 'News Notes 1 To Be Published Mrs. C. G. Redman, executive secretary of. the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association announced that an added educational feature of th tuberculosis association here was the publication of the "News Notes" bulletin every two months. ^hLs bulletin Is written by Mrs. nr'nian and Includes reports of the month's work. News Notes is mailed to the members of the executive committee, board of directors and county and state officials. Mrs. Redman said. Vacation Reading Urged for Pupils School authorities over the nation are advising a reading program of at least fifteen minutes a day for pupils during vacation as a means of better preparation for work for the next term. Miss Luna B. Wilhelm. teacher of literature at Blythevllle High School, is passing this recommendation on to the pupils. Miss Willielm added to the recommendation that such a reading program well-chosen and on the grade-level of the pupil couki yield a profit greater than that of increasing factual information passing the time plcasurably. Arkansas Lists State income LITTLE ROCK. June 13. <AP> — Arkansas received $34,5W,75e in federal grants — 27 per cent of the state's total income—during the revenue year ended May 31. State Comptroller Lee Roy Bessley, who released a break-down re- ix)rt oil state income during the year today, said 818,000,000 of the federal funds went to state welfare: $6,003,000 to highways;' $7,000.000 to public schools and $3,000,000 to public health. Bcasley said the state's total income was $128,175,503. The comptroller said the largest tax income of the state for the period was from sales tax, which netted $23.082,966. Gasoline tax income •x-as close behind at $22,809.918 State Income tax collections brought in $12,«8,551. Livestock Miss Wilhelm suggested that pulls have nccess in the home to a aily newspaper, a' weekly or nonttily publication giving a re- icw of world events, a magazine i typical current literature and a cneral reference book or encyclo- iedia. 'dded to these there should he ome copies of fiction, tales of ravel or adventure, biography, poetry, science. :eila!s in James Sanders, Former Resident, Dies in California Word has been received here of the death of James Sanders, 41, former Dlythevllle resident, In BakersfieM, Calll. It was reported that Mr. Sanders died at 5 a.m. yesterday after being injured in an automobile accident- He had made his home In Bakersfield since his discharge from the armed services several years ago. Prior to the war. he and his wife, the former Miss Carolyn Yar nell, made their home in Blytheville. He visited friends and rela lives here last summer. . Survivors include his mother. Mrs Jim Sanders, Mason, Tenn.; three brothers, Thomas Sanders. Blythe ville. Cecil Sanders, Haytf, Mo,, and Edwin Sanders, Somerville. Tenn. and three sisters. Mrs. Eva Mae Burroughs, Walnut Ridge, Ark. Mrs. Madge Lewis, Ironton, Mo and Mrs. Jimmle Tankersley, Utt! Rock. Thomas Snnflers left yestorda for Bakcrsfield where the funerri is expected to tie held today o tomorrow. History, Invention, and For the small child ma- his world, the fanciful Continued from Pago 1 on, political or economic," In Eii- ope Is neither possible nor desir- ble. Sudden elimination of Inter- al trnde barriers would ''In the liort term cause serious disloca- lon, unemployment and loss of pro- uction." 3. The Organization for European Economic Cooperation (OEEC) — he European planning group fur Marshall aid—"has so far signally ailed to make real progress In coordinating 'the operation of Europe's >asic industries," •S. "Socialists would welcome uronean economic union which vos based on International planning or full employment, social Jus- ice and stability. But Internationa! ilanning. And ninny European governments have not yet shown either he ivlll or the ability to plan their own economies." wimming Class Registration Ends Mrs. Hugh Whttsllt, water safety hatrman for the annual swimming lasses sponsored by the Chlckasaw- a District Chapter of the American ted Cross and the Chlekasaw Ath- etic Club, today said registration or the classes has been closed. Mrs. WhllslU sattl the reason lor his was that as many students as he instructors could handle safely already were registered. More than 40 children signed up 'or the classes this morning brlng- ng the total registration to almost 300. Mrs. Whltsitt said. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. June is. </i'i— (USDA) Hogs 12.000; venly steady to 25 lower than iverage Monday; good and choice 180-240 Ibs 19.8S-20.10; largely 20.00 few 20.15-25 early; extreme top 20.25', few 250-270 Ibs 19.50-15; 270 300 Ibs 18.75-19.50; 140-170 Ibs 18.00 10.75; 100-130 Ibs 14.25-17.25; good and choice sows 400 Ibs down 16.25 17.00; very fc\v i7.25; good 410-50 Ibs 14.75-15.75; heavier weight 14.50-15.50; stags 10.50-12,50. nettle 2500; calves 17CO; early Inquiry active; steeis and heifers strong; spots unevenly higher than Monday's close; cows strong to unevenly high; bulls 25 to 50; higher; vealcrs steady; mostly low and average choice yearling type steers 31.50; medium slaughter steers 26.00-38.00; good heifers and mixed yearlings 28.00-30.25; common and medium 23.00-27.50; good cows 21.50-22.50; common and medium I cows 18.50-21.00; canners and cul- i lers 14.50-18.50. ano imaginative, should be selected, Miss Wllhelm said. For the vacation reading. Miss Wilhelm said, pupils can have assistance also of city librarians, county librarians, public school teachers fn town for the summer, church librarians and others in the Unearthed Skeleton Said Animal, Not Humor Coroner B. M. Holt said this morning that the skeleton uncovered yesterday by dragline near Armorel was that of an animal and not a human. The partially decayed skeleton was uncovered by a dragline which was dredging a ditch on the George Lee far mone-half mile north of Arm Orel. It was first believed to have been McKellar Collapses Near Senate Chamber WASHINGTON, June 13. (IT) Senator McKellar (D-Tenn) col lapsed today Just after leaving.th Senate chamber but quickly revlveti He was assisted into the nearb office of the Senate sergeant arms by Senators Maybnnk fD-SC and Knowlnnd (H-Calif) and capitol policeman. They said the 81-year-old Me Kellar, <icnn of the Senate In sen ice. appeared to have suffered fainting spell. COURT Vovy Lowers Enlistment P/iysico/ Requirements Physical requirements for enltst- nent in the U.S, Navy have been lowered. 1,1. Commander Roy O. Parller officer In charge of the Little Rock district Navy recruiting station, announced today that color percep- tlou tests are no longer requlret for all enllstmcnU and that othe physical' requirements have beci lowered. No reduction In present .menta and character standards has bee made he said. Further Information may be ob tnincd at the Navy recruiting station at City Hall, he said. Continued Jrom page 1. rom April 4, 1948. O. M. Abbott vs, J. W. Lovelace and O. J. Speck, suit on note, ransferred to equity. D. Santi and N. Andreoll v«, O. Bulman Manufacturing Co., et ol, suit on contract for »195, dismissed vlth prejudice. Paul Richard Ray vs. 6.P. Stock- ng, suit for $460.40 damages for injuries received when hit by cat May 15, Judgment for plaintiff. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with thi Commissioner of Revenues of thi State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retull on the premises described at 2227 W. Rose, Blythevtlle, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application fs for permit to be Is- used for operation beginning on the 1st day of July 1950, and to explrs on the 30 day of June, 1951. C. S. Elaggett Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10 daj o£ June I960. 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