The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1956 · Page 8
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PAGI EIGHT BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER KEW8 THURSDAY, APRIL M, 1M4 Poles Said Planning To Investigate Katyn Forrest Massacre •By TOM WHITNET NEW YORK (AP) ~- A report has seeped across the Iron Curtain that the Polish Communist government is investigating the Katyn Forest massacre. —————————— •• '•' -4 Analyst* here doubt the suggestion the Polish Reds might dare raise this hot .Issue. Still, the report deserves attention because the Polich Communists are going much further these days in their denunciation of Stalin and his works than other Soviet Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Mar 3253 3254 3244 May 3582 3583 3580 July 3321 3327 3320 Oct 3229 3231 3226 Deo 3238 3241 3234 New Orleans Cotton Mar 3255 325S 3253 May ... 3582 3584 3582 July 3323 3326 3323 Oct 3229 3232 3229 Dec 3239 3242 3235 3323 3226 ! 3235 satellites. Katyn Forest, In western Russia near SMolenslc, was the scene of the mass murder in 1940 of more than 4,000 Polish army officers ' wno na ^ been missing since the Pollsh de 'eat in 1939. 3253 3582 3326 3232 3235 Chicago Wheat May .... 238% 240?i July .... 214i/ 4 215?i Sep .... 216>A 217!i Chicago Corn May .... 149% 151 July 153>/ 8 155 Sep .... 153Vi 154% 236% 213% 215',:, 149'A 153)4 153)4 213% 215'i 154J4 309'/, 312% 2721,4 Chicago Soybeans May ...: >MM 309% 306!/ 4 July .... 309 312% 309 Sep .... 271% 272'/3 37014 N«w York Stocks AT and T 181 Xmer Tobacco 81 7-8 Anaconda Copper 76 7-8 Beth Steel 185 Chrysler 703-4 Oen Hectrio HO 1-3 (Sen Motora ** Montgomery Ward 93 1-1 N YCmtral « SitHarreeter 181-8 Kepublic Steel 48 1-8 Hadio . « . Socony Vacuum 7* 1-4 Standard of N J 5« 1-4 Texas Corp 131 1-4 •can 31 5-8 V 8 Steel . M Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. W— (USDA)—Hogs 10,500; steady to higher; bulk mixed U.S. Nos. 1, Land I 180-340 Ib 19.25-50, largely 16.38 down; several loads mostly Nos. 1 and 2 around 190-225 Ib 1B.90-78; few small lots No. 1 1S.BS and about deck 16.00; mixed gradei 2SO-290 Ib 14.75-15.25; 150-170 Ib ^4.28-15.00; 120-140 Ib. 12.75-14.00; aows 400 Ib down 3,00-50 ;heavier «OW« 11.W-1S.WJ boars 8:00-900. Cattle 2,500. calves 700; generally steady; choice yearlings and medium weight steers 20.00; others choice 19.00-50 with few consignments low and average good 17.00-18.00; cows utility and comm e r c 1 a 1 12.00-13.00; individual head 13.50 or better and some low utility down to 11.50; canners and cutters 8.50-11.50; bulls unchanged; utility and commercial 13.00-15.Ci 1 canners and cutters 10.00-12.50: choice and prime vealers 22.0026.00; good and choice 18.00-22.00 with cull and cimmercinl 10.0017.00; good and choice slaughter calves 18.00-20.00. Said RuiilaiH Did It The Germans, who first rep9rt- ed the massacre during World War II, said the Russians did It. The Soviet government blamed the Nazis, An American congressional committee held hearings for nine months in 1951-52 and laid the massacre at the door of the Russians. The new report from Poland says the Warsaw government has established a roup to Investigate and can be expected to make report in June, which might be made public. To Whitewash Russians If the report is true, it could mean the PoleR intend to whitewash the Russians. Such a step would stem from the fact that the denunciation of Stalin and revela tlon of some of his crimes has wakened bitter memories in Poland. Many Poles nowadays are asking questions—some of th«m no doubt about Katyn. It 'i» also conceivable—barely— that the Kremlin, having admitted so many of Stalin's purges and massacres, has decided to blame hi mior Katyn Forest also. 'Such an action would arouse strong passions in Poland and could be dan- geroui to the Communists. If th« Polish Reds are delving into the Katyn story, it seems certain It is being done with Moscow's approval. W.C.Martin Services Held LEACHVILLE —- Services for William Cumberland Martin, who had lived in the Leahville-Monette area for 33 years, were conducted at 3:30 p.m. today in Monette B.sp- 1M Church by the Rev. Roy Nelson. Mr. Martin, who died suddenly at his home at Monetie yesterday, was a farmer. He leaves his wife. Mrs. Alice Puckett Martin; one son, John W. Martin, Senath; a stepson, Charles Mobley, Monette; and a stepdaugh ter, Mrs. Jimmle Cleveland, Mar maduke. Howard Funeral Service was in charge. SOVIET (Continued fiom Page l) newsmen the gel-together wa cordial and "ended on a frlendl note." But authoritative sources sal neither Khrushchev nor the Brit ons Indicated any change in thel feelings about Jews and Socla Democrats (Socialists) Imprisonei behind the Iron Curtain. ' The Monday night dinner row was one of the dramatic highlight of the Russians' 10-day visit. A the Laborites' suggestions tha Jews and persecuted Socialists were being behind the Iron Cur tain, Khrushchev angrily brushec 112 Birthdays Are Plenty WIQHCTA, Kan. (*$— "I'v« celebrated mj last birthday," aiid Mrs. Lucind* Mallory, 112 yeart old yesterday, "I'm ready to pass on and make room, for someone el*e," said Mrs. MtHory, who pride* herself on "a strong «eh« of prediction." Janet Blair On Caesar Show HOLLYWOOD (ff\ — Janet Blair says she is "thrilled" at the chance to work with television comedian Sid Caesar. "We became great friends and have our own mutual admiration society," the Altoona. Pa., actress said yesterday. "He* has to work with people he Is very fond of and I DIPLOMATS (Continued from Page I) nesses have testified that the five seamen were kidnaped by 30 to 25 "soviet thugs" under the direction of Konstantin Ekimov, first secretary of the U.N. delegation. Ekimov was not mentioned in the U.S. note. I'm the same way." Miss Blair was chosen as Caesar's new TV wile after a month- long search. She will replace Nanette Fabray, who left the show in a salnry dispute. Sun Vertikal Panel Drapes Linen-Nylon-Plastic Phone 3-4863 For Free Estimates Hope Young Blytheville, Ark. Protect Your Fine Garments With Beltway STORAGE Safe - Convenient and Economical Guaranteed Summer Storage Phone 2-2408 BESTWAY CLEANERS 2012 W. Main :£** TOURIST QUEEN - Lovely Jackie Bourbonnais has been elected the 1956 Valley of the Sun Tourist Queen at Phoenix, Ariz. Eighteen-year-old Jackie hails from South Hadlcy, Mass. Read Courier News Classified Ads. aside the questioning as "mm sense." He said there were no So cial Democrats in the Soviet Un ion, and the fate of any elsewhere was no concern of his. Deliberately Provoked Soviet reaction to the .clash in dicated that the Russians felt Khrushchev had been deliberately provoked Into language which .shocked even the extreme left wins of the Labor party. From all signs, both the British and Russians throughout the past week's talks stood fast on previous policies toward such major issue? as the Middle East situation, unification of Germany and interna tioiifil disarmament. Informants said the communi- que would dwell on achievements in relatively minor I'ields—prob ably increases in nonstrateglc British-Soviet trade and cultural contacts. Reports also spread that the two powers made some progress on ruble exchange rates. The Russians now peg the ruble at four to the dollar, about 2V 2 times its value on the free market in Europe. Revived Geneva Spirit The British and Russians were expected to hail the conference as having revived a measure of the "spirit of Geneva." And Britons feel the talks have g(ven them a chance to assess the trend of Soviet policy .that has followed Moscow's downgrading' of Stalin. , There was a possibility the visit might have given a slight push toward reconciling the U.S. and Soviet disarmament plans now being discussed here by the five-nation U.N. Disarmament subcommittee. President Elsenhower's special disarmament adviser, Harold Stassen, talked for two hours with Khrushchev at the Soviet reception Tuesday night. As a result, Stassen arranged for a special meel- ing today or tomorrow on the arms question with Soviet Deputy j Foreign Minister Adnrei Gromy- j ko. The entire Soviet and U. S I delegations to the five-power talks were to participate. Informed sources said, however, the StnsKcn-Khrushchev chat did : not seem to reconcile any out- j standing arms differences. | The Russians, meanwhile,,' Says Red Attack Is Doubtful PASADENA, Cllit. OFl — Ntvy Secretary Charlei 3. Thomu uyi Red China "no doubt" U in a petition to »ttack the oJfahore liland* between Formoen and the mainland. But he queitloned whether the Reds would make the effort and "lose the men." Thomas, addreulhf a Junior Chamber of Commerce banquet last night. Mid at lonf ai the U-8 7th Fleet continue! to patrol Allan waters he didn't think the Reds would attack. dropped a hint they may be-on the threshold of harnessing the H- bomb for industrial energy production. Dr. Igor Kurchatov, who came here with the Kremlin leaders, told scientists at Britain's Harwell Laboratory that Soviet scientists have produced temperatures of around one million degrees centigrade by sending electric currents through gas-filled tubes. Such temperatures are almosl high enough to touch oft fusion of heavy hydrogen atoms, the reaction that makes the H-bomb possible. All fusion blasts thus far presumably have been triggered by the atomic bomb, a method that cannot be controlled for Industrial use. Disappointment The Influential Times of- London, which often seems to have authoritative guidance for its predictions, appeared to be preparing the Brit- "sh public for a disappointment on the Russian-British talks. "It should be said," the Times commented today, "that there were never real hopes of startling esults of outstanding importance, 3ut R start has been made. The visit evidently was worthwhile." The talks ended yesterday after an unscheduled overtime afternoon session which was believed devoted to phrasing of the joint communique. Issuance of the com- munique was deferred until the return of Bulganin and Khrushchev from their flying trip to Idinburgh today. The Kremlin chiefs are sched- zled to leave for home tomorrow aboard the cruiser Ordzhonikidze, which brought them here. NEW RUSSIAN JET—These recognition drawings, published in the Navy's official Aviation News, show three views of Russia's sleek Flashlight, a swept-wing, dual-placed all-weather jet fighter. Underslunj nacelles, a large, round, solid nose and • large swept, vertical stabilizer are distinctive characteristic* 1 Womtn's City LOS ANGELES (&}— Los Angeles is a women's city, at least percentage-wise. The federal census shows 76,259 more women than men; 1,160,080 to 1,083,821. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Man in Office PITTSBURGH 1*1 — John M. Schissler of suburban Shaler Township is a triple threat man, He's been appointed a deputy constable. He already was a deputy sheriff and township commissioner. Not long ago he held the police chief's job in the township. 28 Persons Dit in Fires At leaat M persons, 23 of them children, perished in North Amtrl- c*n 'Ires since Tuesday. Today teven children were burned to death in their Michigan home, a few miles north of Ohio village of Sylvania. The parent* of the children, Neiroes, were not at home at the time. Other victimi: In Philadelphia early yesterday: Six children and three women, all NegrOM, died. Coroner Brook, Nfld., Tuesday night: Eight children loit their lives. New York City, Tuesday night: Two Negro children died In a tenement blaze. Warren, Pa., last night: Two guests died in a hotel fire; two other guesU still were missing. NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS • IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF NO. 3.24S JOHN KERAT, deceased Last known address of decedent: Manila, Arkansas Date of death; March 15, 1956 The undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent on the 25th day of April, 1956. All per so n s having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 26th day of April, 1956. JAMES W. STEINSIEK, Administrator, Box 845. Blytheville, Arkansas. 4/26-6/S HOW TO RELIEVE IT. IN JUST 15 MINUTES! if not pleased, your 40c b»ck »t any druf »tore. iniUnt-dryin* 1TCH-ME- NOT dtndtni itch and burninj; 'tills terms ON CONTACT. Vse day or AlffAt for tciema, Insect biles,, foot Itch, other surface rashes. Now it Klrhy Bras. 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