The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1956 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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PAGI SIXTEEN BLTTHEVrLLB (ARK.) COURIER HEWI WEDNESDAY, APRIL M, 19M US Denies Knowledge Of Berlin Tunnel Used For Tapping Red Lines By ROBERT TUCKMAN BERLIN AP) — The U. S. Command in Berlin yesterday denied knowledge of a tunnel the Russians charged was used by spies tapping the Soviets' main communication lines. A IT. S. spokesman said, however, that the Soviet accusation "Is being Investigated." Another American official described the Soviet charge as "ridiculous." The Russians announced last night that their signal and intelligence officers uncovered a long and elaborately equipped tunnel running from the American sector of Berlin into the Soviet sector. They accused "American military authorities" of digging the tunnel and equipping it with an intricate system of listening devices, switchboards and recording apparatus. The Soviets claimed the Americans tapped three main en- bles which supply communications for their forces in East Germany. Said Found Sunday The Soviets claimed the tunnel was detected Sunday by their signalmen. The East German govern- ment news agency ADN said Americans were in the tunnel and withdrew in a "great hurry." It added that lights In the tunnel were burning and listening devices were turned on. Col. Ivan A. Kotsibua, acting Soviet military commandant in Berlin, accused the Americans ot tapping Soviet lines for "criminal and espionage purposes." He complained first to Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher, the U. S. commandant In Berlin, and then MoJ. Gen. I. L. Zarenko, acting chief of staff of Soviet forces in Germany, sent a protest note to Gen. Anthony C. McAullffe. commander of American troops in Europe. Zarenko demanded that a joint Soviet- American commission investigate his complaint. McAuliffe's headquarters in Heidelberg hud no comment. 11-Year-old Lad Shows Remorse For Killing 3 Members of Family PRKSTON. Conn. UK— Isolated in a prison ward at the state mental hospital here, 11-year-olci Robert Curgenven broke down and cried. A psychiatrist said it was the bespectacled farmboy's "first sign of remorse" since he rattled out the story Sunday of how he shot down his mother, father and elder brother because he couldn't get along with them. Dr. John E. Morrison, clinical director of the Norwich State Hospital, said -Robert "broke down twice" Monday. He said he seemed "more depressed" and "apparently has started to brood." The boy was ordered committed to the hospital for-a 30-day mental •xamlnatlon. Robert told state police he killed his father, Richard Curgenven Sr., «, and his mother, Beatrice, 41, because they spunked him. He said he killed his 14-year-old brother, Richard Jr., because he picked on him. Whether he Is found to be sane or insane by psychiatrists here, Rob- ert cannot, under current Connecticut law, be prosecuted for the slayings. 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