The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1953 · Page 8
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PAGE TWEI/VB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1958 Ex-White House Employe Won't Say Whether He Gave Reds U. S. Secrets WASHINGTON (AP) — A one-time White House employe refused today to say whether he had passed secret government documents to an acknowledged former Soviet spy courier. He did say he never engaged In espionage against this country. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open High Low Close July 3374 3378 3365 3378 Oct 3364 3379 3362 3379 Dec 3363 3377 3360 33T Men 3367 3384 3365 3384 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low Close July Oct Dec Mch 3365 3364 3365 3371 3372 3374 3373 3382 3362 3361 3362 3367 337 337 337 338! Soybeans Sep Nov Jan High 286% 270ft 262% 266 Chicago Corn High Jiy 156 3 /, Sep 154% Chicago Wheat High Jiy 210% Sep 214% Low 284 ft 268 V 2 26154 264ft Low 155% Close 285 >/ 4 269% 26214 265% Close 156% 154% Low 209% 21314 Close 210M, 21334 New York Stocks A T and T 155 i-8 Amer Tobacco 73 3-i Anaconda Copper 37 1-4 Beth Steel ' 523-4 Chrysler 75 3-4 Coca-Cola 1153-4 Gen Electric 74 1-8 Gen Motors 61 3-4 Montgomery Ward 61 1-2 NY Central 233-4 Int Harvester 295-8 - J. C. Penney 72 Republic Steel 501-2 Studebaker 35 1-8 Standard of N J 721-4 Texas Corp 54 1-2 Sears 58 3-4! U S Steel 39 1-8 Sou Pac 47 1-2 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. M— (USDA)—Hogs 8,000; active; 180 Ibs. up strong to 15 higher; lighter weights steady to strong; sows strong to mostly 25 higher; 180-230 Ibs. 24.75-85; several hundred head choice Nos. 1 and 2 200225 Ibs. 25.00; 240-270 Ibs. 24.00-65; heavier weights scarce; 150-170 Ibs. 23.25-24.75; 120-140 Ibs. 20.25-50; sows .400 Ibs. down 22.00-75; heavier sows 20,00-21.76; boars 15.0017.50. Cattle 4,000; calves 1.800; opening slow, few small lots o[ steers and mixed butcher yearlings steady; mostly choice at 22.00-23.25; bidding unevenly lower and pressure severe on cows; very little done; bulls about steady although heavy lat bulls finding restricted outlet and lower bids; few utility and commercial bulls 13.50-15.50; heavy fat bulls 13.00 down; vealers steady; good and choice 19.00- The witness was Julius 3. Joseph of New York City, an associate economist for the National Re- souvres Planning Board at the White House In 1940 and 1941, and a member of the wartime Office of Strategic Services—the hush-hush OSS—from 1S43 through mid-1945. Joseph refused to say whether he is a Communist. He accused the Senate Internal Security subcommittee, before which he appeared, of asking him questions at its public hearing that "are not American." He assailed but did not deny the testimony of Miss Elizabeth Bentley, acknowledged former spy courier, who had named him as a member of a Soviet, spy ring. Joseph termed Miss Bentley professional witness" which he defined as one "who commercializes on the general pattern of fear, of hysteria."' He said he never has denied her testimony under oath, and declined again to say whether he spoke the truth in telling the subcommittee last year that as a soldier in 1943 Joseph "pulled strings through friend" and got himself assigned to OSS. There, she had said, he served in "the hush-hush Japan division which was right next to the Russian division" in order to keep track of what this country was Obituaries WHO'S CRAZY? — Members of the Blytheville High School Masque and Gavel Society assume peculiar poses as they rehearse for "Stardust" or "Lile in an Arty Dramatic Academy," which is being presented at 7:30 tonight at the high school auditorium as the group's annual spring production. learning about the Communists. Liquor, Traffic Charges Aired Four Liquor and Traffic charges against Thomas Buchanon were Shown kneeling in the foreground are Merlene Johnson and Benny Hays. Others are (left to right) Carmen Cary, Peggy Taylor, Gailya Stilwell, Emadel Swearengen, Sammie Coleman, Merry Lane, Drane Adams, Kay Smith, Bob Black and Danny Cobb. Not in the picture are other cast members, Norma Davis, Pruma Bovowsky, Fred Abbott, Eloise Richardson and Calvin Czesohin. Aiding with the production are Gail Whitsitt, student director, Laura Hemby,, stage manager; Martha Bean, Ann Seay and Pat Partlow, props; and La Neal Sud- ''bury, costumes. Thurman Rowlett, sponsor of the society, is the director. (Courier News Photo) TRUCE (Continued from Page 1) not accept any armistice that would leave Korea divided—was not consulted before the plan was drafted. Nor was Maj. Gen Choi Duk Shin, South Korean delegate to the ruce talks, the sources said. Choi joycotted Monday's truce session— probably on orders from Rhee. South Korea's Cabinet met Tuesday, but government spokesman Dr. Karl Hong Kee snid there was no discussion of an open break" heard in Municipal Court today. The between South Korea and the 24.00; high choice and prime 35.0026.00; utility and commercial 14.0018.00. cases had ben continued irom May 18. Two of the charges, selling whiskey without a license and possesing unlicensed Whiskey were dismissed. Buchanon was convicted on uie other two counts, speeding and operating for hire a vehicle without chauffers license. He was fined $25 and cost on the speeding on the and cost on the speeding charge nd, on a pica of guilty to the other, vas fined $15 and costs. An appeal vas granted on the speeding convlc- ion with bond set at $50. Floyd H. Smith, charged with assault with a deadly weaon against driving while intoxicated, forfeited united Nations over truce negotiations. He said the cabinet did not discuss any phase of the talks. The ROK informants said the new Allied plan: 1. Drops the Allied May 13 proposal that North Korean POWs be freed in South Korea after an armistice. The Reds bitterly oppose this. 2. Retains the Red-proposed five- nation commission to take over the 48,500 reluctant prisoners alter a truce. Red agents would have 90 days for "explanations" to the balky captives. 3. Turns over to a post-war po- Minisrerial Alliance Holds Annual Dinner Dr. Harry W. Ettelson, rabbi of Temple Israel in Memphis, spoke to members of the Blytheville Ministerial Allance yesterday at Temple Israel here. The occasion was the alliance's annual dinner for wives of its members. Dr. Ettelson said faith and fellowship does not mean intolerance, condescension or inability to compromise but. rather an appreciative, affirmative and cooperative faith. Unity of spirit, not uniformity of belief, is needed, he said. He was Introduced by Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of the Temple here. WAR (Continued from Page 1) n intensity. The opening sky duels flared bond of $125.75. and the charg John Roberteon was continued Saturday. Taft's Condition Good CINCINNATI W)—Holmes Hospl-. tal reported this morning that oen. Robert A. Taft (R-Ohio) was In "good condition and resting comfortably." Tlie Senate majority leader entered the hospital yesterday for a check-up of the hip ailment which recently hos|ntali?.cd htm in \Vash- ineton. of'llticnl conference all prisoners who to still refuse to go back to communism. It was not learned how long the conference would take lor this matter. But the original U. N. plan Third Was Four PEARL HARBOR. Hawaii M 1 ; — Destroyer Division 91 was the first to complete a third '-• t- the Pur Kast since the start of the Korean war. "I IK of the destroyers Coflett, Lyman fixed a 30 day period. Finally the remaining POWs in custody would be handed to the U. N. General Assembly. 4. All decisions would be made by majority vote. The exact meaning of this provision could not be immediately determined but presumably it applies to the five-nation commission and political conference. The by Allied sources in Tokyo as n showdown plan, is similar to the Indian plan adopted by the United Nations Assembly last fall. The while Sabres were flying cover for 23 Sabre fighter-bombers which streaked deep into North Korea and blasted a troop concentration area on the West Const, 10 miles southeast of Nnmsi. The Air Force said 22 buildings were destroyed. Other Sabre fighter - bombers slammed 1,000 pound bombs into Red anti-aircraft guns northeast of Kmnsong, attacked rail lines and supply areas, the Air Force said. Allied warships pounded Communist shore batteries and ot'^.er installations on both coasts, the Navy announced. FORD Reds turned It down at that time. The new Allied plan aroused j bitter feeling in South Korean gov- Allied proposal, " described j eminent circles. An angry National "" ' Assembly in the provisional capi tal of Pusan appointed a six-man committee to fly to Seoul and confer with government leaders. Swenson. DeHavcri and Mansfield. 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The so-called "annual improvement factor" — a guaranteed raise to cover improved production techniques — will go up from four to five cents an hour June 1. About 21,000 skilled workers will get a 10-cent hourly pay increase. The new Bureau of Labor Statistics price index will supplant the tics price index will supplant the in the future. Brownell Orders Waterfront Probe WASHINGTON (If) — Attorney General Brownell today ordered a New York grand jury investigation of waterfront scandals. The attorney general said he has instructed U. S. Attorney J. Edward Lumbard of New York City to present before a jury there the evidence which some 150 FBI agents have been gathering for the 'ast several months on crime along ,he New York-New Jersey water- Ton t. Coffee was sold by pharmacists for medicinal use only before modern times. Tweedy Forsythe Dies in Luxora; Rites Tomorrow Services for Tweddy Forsythe 81-year-old farmer of Luxora, K 1, who died at his home early thi morning, will be conducted at p.m. tomorrow at the Baptls Church In Luxora. Burial, with National Funera Home of Memphis in charge wi be in Elmwood Cemetery here. Mr. Forsythe, who had livei near Luxora all his life, is eur vived by his wife, Mrs. Bertha Forsythe; his mother, Mrs. Scot Forsythe of Blytheville; two sons Robert and Lewis Forsythe, of the home; two sisters, Mrs. 0. W Davis and Mrs. Lola Forsythe both of Blytheville; and two brothers, Fred Forsythe of Blythe ville and Tom Forsythe of Ripley Term. Former Resident Dies in Memphis Services for Mrs. Cora Jamerson 73, former Blytheville resident wht died yesterday at John Gaston Hospital in Memphis, were conducted at 2:30 p.m. today in Holt Funera Home Chapel by the Kev.' Mr. Capehart, pastor of Second Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Memphis. Mrs. Jamerson moved from Blytheville to Memphis 18 years ago. She is survived by a son, Bussell Turnage of Memphis. Buria was in Memorial Park Cemetery here. Father of Blytheyille Man Dies in Newport Services for James W. Long, father of Carl Long of Blytheville who died Sunday in Newport, win be conducted at 2 pm. tomorrow in the Assembly of God Church at Portia, Ark., by the Rev. Joe Hoi- comb. Burial Will be In Portia with Dillinger Funeral Home of Newport charge. Other survivors include his wife, three half-brothers, a sister, a half-sister and three daughters. He was 51. Agri Officials Study Cattle RENO. Nev. W)—Equipment has jeen installed at the University of Nevada's South Virginia farm to study the efficiency with which cat;le produce meat and fat from a fiven amount of feed. Nevada investigators said this is :he first experiment station to undertake research studies of this kind. The studies are being conducted by Dr. M. Tran Clegg, animal physiologist. SIGNS OF UNITY-CarehUly printed (top) or loosely lettered (bottom) signs like these appear throughout Seoul, capital ot South Korea. Pledging "Unification or Death," they protest a possible peace treaty that would not guarantee the unification o£ North and South Korea. IN THE HAY 32 YEARS—One of the two 1916 model World, > War I planes still in existence, this relic was found In parts In a , Sextonville, Wis. hayloft where it had been buried since 192* I t Dwight Woodward, above, plans to fly the ship from Sextonville*! Lady's Aid ie (great for gentleman, too) OLDSMOBILE POWER jifcef the little lady with the "/ifo-fon-fouc/i'V Nonchalantly wheeling that liig Super "J>8" Olrlsmohile into a tight spot at the curb. • Gracefully maneuvering through a snarl of traffic. Serenely cruising the highway with all the confidence of a veteran chauffeur! What's her secret? Paiwr Steering *.' The. kind of Power Steering that, lela you control two tons of automobile with just finger-lip pressure. 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