The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1955 · Page 6
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PAGE MX BLYTHIVILLI (ARK.) COURIER NEW» THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1955 Multiple Turncoat Otto John Slated For More Quizzing WIESBADEN, Germany (AP) — Otto John, turncoat former West German intelligence chief, was reported Jransferred today from Bonn to Wiesbaden for further questioning. Hermann Dullien, head of the criminal police, refused to confirm Commodity And Stock Markets- N«w York Cotton Mar May July Oct 3336 . 3235 3123 2988 3345 3336 3245 3235 3129 3123 2988 2984 3343 3241 3127 2985 N*w Orleans Cotton 3346 3338 33« 3247 3236 3236 3131 3124 3126 Mar 3340 May 3241 July 3124 Oct 2986 Chicago Wheat Dec .... 2"i4 212 May .... 205'A 2° 5 % Chicago Corn 1251/4 133% Deo .... 125 May .... 135% 209'/ B 204'/, 134% 132% 204V. 124% 133 V, or deny the report. John, 46, deserted to Communist East Germany July 20. 1954. and returned to West Germany Monday. He has been questioned intensively in Bonn. He has been held Incommunicado since his return. In a copyrighted story, Hendnk Bonde - Henc;riksen. the Danish newspaperman w h o arranged John's flight to the West, quoted the former intelligence chief as saying he had to keep talking under questioning by the East German Communists, but "didn't disclose any secrets." He indicated he had been drugged and taken across the border to the East a year and a half ago. Claims He Was Drugged The reporter, Berlin correspondent of the Copenhagen paper Ber- lingske Tidendc, said John told him he had tea with a friend in West Berlin the day he disappeared from the West, and then quoted John as saying: "What happened after that time I don't know. I woke up two days later in Karlshorst (in the East zone.) There was a woman doctor at my bed and there were Soviet DULLES Chicago Soybean! I intelligence agents around. I was jan 23T/ 2 231% 236% 236'A 1 given an injection and later anoth- ,? "" <nm- ?4<li/ 23S3i 2391/j'" one - W head was/not clear. I Ma a y""< 'A 2 2E£ S&thtak there Is a Mexican poison jS?::::is7!4 ^ »% awi*™- " .. 178 5-8 .. 81 1-8 .. 71 1-8 .. 164 ,. 88 1-2 .. 125 .. 53 .. 46 S-8 .. 93 7-8 .. 43 1-2 .. 36 3-4 .. 56 1-2 New York Stocks AT and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward .... N Y Central Int Harvester Sou Pac Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Studebalcer - -Standard of N J 147 1-4 Texas Corp 1" 3-8 Seats 108 l ' 2 i U S Steel ...: 5 ' 1-' Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. John told the reporter the Russians flew him to Moscow after he was "almost questioned to death." took him to the .Soviet Crimea for two months. A year ago, he said, he was returned to East Berlin and placed under security survlellance. He told Bonde- Hendriksen that if it had not been for between - the - lines encouragement in letters from his wife In England, he would have committed suicide. John's wife left her London home "° J-i shortly before her husband return- 49 1-81 ed to the West, and It was learned 45 i she would take up residence in an 60 1-8 apartment In Cologne. CAVE-IN 150 head largely No l arounc*u£ { 216 Ib 11.85; mixed srade 230-2 0 ^ ^ ^ lb mostly 8.76-11.00; small lots down to 9.50; 270-300 lb mostly No. 3 and 3 grade 9.00-75, few to 10.00; 140-170 lb 10.50-11.25; sows 450 Ibs down"~8.QO-75; heavier sows 7.508.00; boars over 250 Ibs 6.00-7.50; lighter weights to 8.50. Cattle 1,800, calves 700; about steady on commercial and good heifers and mixed yearlings 13.0017.00; cows utility and commercial 9.00-11.00; canners and cutters 6.509.00, largely 7.00 upward; bulls utility and commercial 12.00-14.00; canner and cutter bulls 9.00-11.50; vealers few high choice and prime 27.00-30.00; good and choice 20.0026.00; commercial and good 15.0021.00; slaughter calves commercial and good largely 14.00-17.00. At the time of the accident, Dnggs and his fellow workers we/j digging the hole inside the plant of the Arkansas Waste Paper Co., to hold a concrete foundation for a huge paper baler which the firm planned to install. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature — AND — 'HUMPHREY «.oo PETER IOGART RAY eSTINN ALSO CARTOON (Continued from Page 1) Almost 81 per cent of all vacation trips in the United Strtes are by automobile. SIGNS OF THE TIMES—A CIO and AFL merger took place in Cleveland, Ohio, just before Thanksgiving Unions gave fice turke\s to striMng emp'o\e of tl » ^eitner Electric Co Members of the independent United Electntil ttorkcis, tnev had been L. ^ing lor 17 weeks. The turkey handout was hailed as a preview of the upcoming CIO-AFL mer^r. (Continued from Page 1) seems to have" been repudiated by the Russians, he said. What Are Reasons? What, he asked, are the reasons for this year of Soviet "zigzagging?" Dulles suggested three possibilities: 1. It might be due to the element of confidence, flowing from a belief in Russia's increased strength. 2. It might derive from the Soviet's fear that new ideas would affect the compact structure of their system. 3. And it might be the result of a recrudescence of Stalinism which he believes is by no means dead in the Soviet Union. Dulles argued that the Russians have been a ble to pose new threats In the Middle East and South Asia by playing' on the emotionalism of those areas and by offering "apparent aid." Although Russia lacks consumer goods, she has big surpluses of obsolescent arms and has no hesitation about using them to further her own political ends, he said. No Quick Answers The council will discuss the prob expected to come up with any. quick answers w those massive' problems in their three-day meet-, Ing here. They are expected rather j to state the big questions they face and then look for the answers in the coming weeks and months. The current meeting marks a real turning point for the ministers. It is their first get-together since the Big Four heads of government agreed in -Geneva last July that hydrogen-atomic bomb war is unthinkable — then failed to agree on anything else. Higher S tikes The' "Western view is that the Soviets, convinced there will be no atomic war, have since Geneva been playing for increasingly higher stakes In the global power struggle which they call "competitive coexistence." In a modification of the "lick 'em or join 'em philosophy," the Russians are expected to intensify their drive to persuade, cajole or bribe as many non-Communist states as possible to adopt neutral roles. But the Russians are not trying exclusively to lure the uncommitted countries into declared neutrality between East and West, as valuable as that course is for propaganda purposes. They , also . are making a strong pitch for support of the Middle Eastern powers through offers of arms and other aid—for pay. The NATO ministers here are acutely aware of that Soviet tactic. Their major debate is expected to center on whether their previous policy of building up military strength is the way to meet this new challenge. Accidents Listed Two accidents were reported by Blytheville police today. Cars driven by Bertha Bales, 517 S. 2lst St., and a cleaners' truck driven by Elmer Smith, 2300 Kenwood, collided at Main and 10th. Slight damage was reported- Officers listed a collision at Ash and Second. Damage resulted when cars, driven by ivirs. Hilda Lee, 1129 Willow, and R. E. Rhoads, 318 S. Division, hit. will be as much economic and political as military. 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Con* in, be fi " edl ° <la > rl 'C,,»NOV Mildred Apnleton Dies; Rites Set Services [or Mrs. Mildred Appleton, 50, lifelong resident of Blytheville were to be conducted at 2 p.m. today at Cobb Funeral Homo Clinpel by the Rev. Harold Eggensperger. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Mrs. Appleton, who was born in Blytheville. died at Chtckasawba Hospital yesterday at noon. She leaves her husband, Irby Appleton; one son, Steve Brooks, Houston, Tex.; four sisters, Mrs. C. A. Hovey, Mrs. J. E. Crook, Mrs. Henry Humphreys, all of Blytheville, and Mrs. Ned Ayres, Osceola. Delia M, Sipes Dies at Childress LEACHVILLE — Services for Mrs. Delia Mary Sipes, 15. of the Childress community, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Church of God at Childress by the Rev. S. S. Dean, pastor. r'':'ial will be in Lynwood Cemetery in Paragould with Howard Funer.i! Service in charge. She died yesterday at her home in Childress. She was born in Tennessee but had made her home in Childress for approximately 70 years. Surviving are her husband G. W. Sipes of Childress; two sons, Aaron Sipes, with the Navy in Dodge -City, Kan., and Eugene Sipes of Monette; four daughters, Mrs. Gracey Baldridge, and Mrs. Mary Kennedy of Leachville, Mrs. Ruth Riggs of Benton Harbor, Mich., and Mrs. Ida Irby of Paragould; 29 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren. C. S. Dowdy Rites Today Services for Clarence S. Dowdy, Blytheville automobile salesman who died early yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital, were to be conducted at 3:30 p.m. today at First Methodist Church by the Rev. Harold Eggensperger. Masonic graveside services and burial were to be in Elmwood Cemetery with Cobb Funeral Home in charge. r EARLY BRIDGE BUILDERS Masonry arch bridges of crude construction appear to have , been used first by the Chinese and by the prehistoric Hittite and Pelasgic tribes along the Mediterranean The Etruscans and Romans improved these bridge forms. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature — AND — "GYPSY WILDCAT" Starring Maria Jon MONTEZ & HAL1 ALSO CARTOON "Uncle Tom's Cabana" FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature — AND — ATOMIC PICKLE BARREL A physicist takes the radiation count from Now York University's sub-critical nuclear reactor—: Iwo tons of uranium rods in a pickle barrel. The sub-critical reactor- -so culled because it cannot sustain a full chain reaction- is used in N.Y.U.'s nuclear engineering education program. Experiments are marie b.v hoisting a neutron source among the uranium rods. Water, not vinegar, as some gagstev suggests, is used to shield the experiment It is the first nuclear installation, in New York City. Herb Rhode, First At BAFB, Leaves Capt. Herb Rhode, the first Air Force man assigned to Blytheville i Air Force Base,' has received a new assignment and is expected to leave j today. i Capt, and Mrs. Rhode will go to ' Victoria, Tex., where Rhode will re- ' port for duty at Foster AFB. He will be assistant installation engineer there. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 Serial "Capt. Africa" No. 1! Cartoon "Mite Makes Right' BEST BUYS Christmas Cards Personalized with Name K 5 1 50 LJ for | up Samuel F. Noiris Across From City Hall New! Used! HOUSING PROBLEM? Right Now, HERE in BLYTHEVILLE You Can See Mobile Homes • Low Down Payment • Low Monthly Payments • Lowest Interest Rates GRASK MOBILE HOMES Of Blytheville, Ark. Highway 61 South Franehlsed dealer for over 50 NAME BRAND MOBILE HOMES NEW! USED! 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