The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 6, 1953 · Page 10
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PAGE BIGHT BI/YTHEV1LT.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULT 6, IMS Condon Was Banned From Atom Blasts He Was Only Congressman Not Invited By JERRY T. BAULCH WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Condon (D-Calii) said today he w a s banned from witnessing an atomic test on security grounds and, although since cleared, he wants to know "just how far is the bar in the political climate for liberals." All members of Ctngress were invited to witness one of the atomic explosions conducted In Nevada last May, and nearly 100 accepted. Condon said he went to Nevada 'on a special plane with other congressmen, and that; "The two men I talked to at Las Vegas told me I could not see the test because of security reasons. They said they could tell me nothing further, that I would have to see Gordon Dean, then chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)." Condon said he was "outraged— I didn't understand what scared them." , Since returning to Washington, Condon continued In an interview, he has had two meetings with Dean, who retired June 30 as AEC chairman. He quoted Dean as say- Ing It was "some sort of mistake" Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open High Low Close July 3J97 3328 ~ "" Oct 3375 3401 Deo 33116 3421 Mch 3417 3444 3296 3314 1395 3415 3323 3400 3418 3444 New Orleans Cotton July Oct . Dec Mch Open HiKh Low Close orj; Girls Have Their Big Air Race LONG HEACff, Calif. & — Feminine crows of the first three planes to finish the seventh annual Powder Puff Derby awaited today th arrival of the 40 to 42 other alrcra still in the cims-country dash. Two of the contestanst stoppe for the night at Winslow, Ariz six at AlbuqufTCMio and 14 at Am arillo, Tex. others apparently wer scattered ail the way back to Pe Edson 3305 3375 3395 3416 3400 3421 3443 3373 33U8 3392 3420 3MU 3443 Chicago Soybeans High Low Jly 2.14 2.70' = Sep 2.62 1 /, 2.50"!l Nov 2.55 2.53 Jan 2.58U 2.50! 3 Chicago Corn Jly . Sep High Low I.S4T4 1.58=, 1.48V4 1.47-', Chicago Whear High Low 'ly 1.92',<; 1.90', Sep 1,95% 1.94 7 » orla ' in " nccor(li »8 to ; cin!s herCj , rhp crcws Ainurillo complained of heav he;iduim!s and tli under storms. Officials >,ay that 43 planes ar fit ill in the race, plus two mor Possibilities. Forty-nine started One plane was forced out b engine trouble near Palmyra, Ny All tho.su not yet arrived wer expected to lake off at dawn U report to iheir next landing polm The first arrivals here are no necessarily the winners of th< 2,078-mile race that began Satur day i\i Lawerence, Muss.' The vie! Lors v.'Ul hi 1 announced Wednesday after handicaps are figured. In the first plane to land hen yesterday were two Californii Iv.iiK u'ive.s, one a grandmother ! Mrs. Isabelle McCrea, 39, of Lem- Closc | on Grove, wa.s the pilot and Mrs ' Close 2.10T, 2.58 K 2.53 Close 1.54 1.481, that Condon was clear to wit-' ness further atomic tests. Will Raise Question Nevertheless, Condon said, he plans to raise the question on the house Door. "I am very concerned whether any executive agency can control the -.actions of congressmen," he said. "I also want to raise the Issue . whether hearsay charges which the people of my district are full acquainted with can cause me be denied my full rights as legislative representative and jus how far is the bar in the politica climate for liberals." Dean could not be reached fo comment, and AEC sources 1m mediately reached said they knew nothing of the incident. Condon quoted Dean as tellini him the FBI had a report on th' congressman. Condon said he as sumed it stemmed from "a rehas! of stale political charges thrown' when he ran for the state Legis lature in 848 and 1850 and when he ran for Congress last year. First Term The congressman, who is 40, is serving his first term in the House He served 'in the State Legislature from 1948 until last year. An attorney, he formerly was employed by the National Labor 'Relations Board and the Office of Price Administration. He enlisted In the Army as a private in 1942, serving until 1946 and becoming a staff sergeant. He saw combat In Germany and was awarded the Silver Star. At his home in Walnut Creek, Calif., his wife commented that "there's no more loyal patriot in • the country than my husband." Condon said that during his election campaigns, opponents accused him of connections with left-wing organizations. He said he was criticized because he served with law firm which represented the CIO in the San Francisco area and that he made a number of speeche; before trade unions "which people didn't appreciate." Condon said he has served attorney for the CIO steelworkera and oilworkers and some AFL unions. Condon said he argued In his conversations with Dean that he had never supported any Communist movement and that his whole record in Congress was utterly opposed to all things Communist. >4ew York Stocks i T and T mer Tobacco Anaconda Copper leth Steel hrysler oca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester J C Penney Republic Steel Radio 1.91- LOST; 153 7 ;, 75 108'i BO' 58' 25 2P 71 = '1824',;, Betty McNeil, 41, of La Mesa, thi co-pilot of a 185-horsepower Beech- craft Bonanza, one of the most powerful aircraft in the race. Mrs McNeicI is the mother of two children and the grandmother of three Their unofficial elapsed time from Lawerence wa.s 19 hours and 5( minutes. Socony Vacuum ............ 34 ': ( Studebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp — Sears U S Steel 31!', T> 53 sir 38- TRUCE (Continued from Page 1) is clonr that anyone who supports Hhee is world public enemy No. "Further American failure to take drastic steps and action against the Bhee plot will only reveal that the American command is continuing to connive at and encourage Rhee's criminal plans against peace." At Pusan, South Korea's Defense Minister • Sohn Wun II said strict orders were issued forbidding 27,000 anti - Red war prisoners released by Rhee to enlist In the ROK Army. Previously, the South Korean stand was that any Korean could enter the Army and fight for the republic. IV and RADIO SERVICE Irons and Small Appliances Repaired Sonny Mathis ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. JCfi w. Main Ph. 2071 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111., Wl— (USDAl—Hogs 0,000; moderately active; 100 Ibs up moslly 10 to 15 higher, Instances '25 up; other weights steady to strong; ROWS mostly 50 higher; few up 75; 190240 Ibs 26.50-75, mostly 20.00-65; 240-270 Ibs 22.85-36.60; 170-180 Ibs 25.75-26.25; 150-170 Ibs 23.75-25.75; 120-140 Ibs 20.75-22.75; sows 400 Ibs down 31.25-22.75 with few nt 23.00; heavier sows 18.75-20.60; boars 12.00-15.00. Cattle 5,500, cnlves 1,300; little done on steers; goncnilly asking higher; heifers and mixed yearlings opening fully steady; good and choice mostly 18.50-21.50; cows active 25 to 50 higher; bulls strong to 50 higher; venlers steady; utility nnd commercial cows 11.00-13.50; cnnners and cutters B.00-11.00; utility and commercial bulls 12.0015.00; canner and cutter bulls 8.0011.50; good and choice vciilcrs 17.00-22.00; few prime 24.00; utility and commercial 12.00-10.00. With the Courts CHANCERY: Services Held For Mrs. Briley Services for Mrs. Ida Briley, who died at the home of her chiuithter, Mrs. M. J. Humphrey, at 501 East Cherry Friday at 4:15 p. in., were conducted yesterday at the First Baptist Church in Savannah, Twin. Survivors include her husband, Horace Briley; two daughters Mrs, M. J. Humphrey and Mrs. Glenn six sons, Glenn, Claude and Max Briley, nil of Blytheville, James L. Briley of Adamsville, Term., Hor- ncc Briley. Jr., of Savannah, and Douglas Briley of Los Angeles, Calif.; two brothers, Tom and Earl Spears of Savannah, and one sister, Mrs. Maude Falls of Savannah. Burial was in Savannah cemetery. D, B b Anderson Rites Tomorrow Services for David Blair Ander son, 91, resident of Luxoni for 40 years, will be conducted at 10 a.m OMiorrow at Swift Funeral Home Uhapel in Osceola. Mr. Anderson, n fiirmer befori ils retirement, Is survived by his laughter, Mrs, E. J. Baker of Lux- •ra; a son, James H. Anderson o; Green Belt, Md.; a .sister, Mrs. Ed die Robinson of Anna, 111.; 13 *, r nimli:hildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Divorce degrees—Shirley McMinii vs. William McMInn. Arthur A. Biby vs. Norms Jean Biby. CIRCUIT: Wins Again Civil division—Lonnie Boydston vs. Rube Carson, suit on note, Mrs. Josephine Rollison, saleswom- COMMON 1>LEAS: ;i n nt thp Darling Shop here has, C. V. Sebiuigh. et al. vs. H. C.; Wnn her third consecutive $10 prize Thompson, et nl, replevin. j us n )e loading sales person in week- Criminal Division— j ] v p,,nto.st. conducted In the 46 Darl- Clty of Blytheville vs. Jerry Un- intr Simps in this area, store officials derwood, driving while intoxicated, said this morning. for as low as More power, higher compression, finer interiors, an even softer and steadier ride — plus real big cor room and equipment. That's what you get in this spanking-new 1953 Buick SpECiAt for just lillle more than you pay for the "low-priced" con. See it now I delivered locally And look of the "extras" you get at no extra cost) Hiryclion Signals • Lightor Dual Map Lights • Twin SuniHadot Trlp-Mitoago Indicator Automatic Giovo Box Light Oil-Bath Air Cioanor full-Flow Oil Filter * Vacuum Pump Bumper Guards, front and roar Ivan (ho lactoryinjtotlod extras you mciy wanl aro bargains, sue It asi Htxilor A Defroster only $&7.2i •2-doo/, rVpau«mj»r Sedan, Mocf«! iflO, III OfltJ Htvniliti du» lo dipping Langston-McWaters Buick Co. Continued from Page 8 highest officers In the careci U. S. Foreign Service. They wer men with brilliant mlncls and ex ceptioiml records. They had beei devoted public servants and ther has never been any suspicion o charge of disloyalty placed agains any of them. As of this writing, all 19 of thi 21 have been separated from gov eminent service or are on thci way out. Five of the 19 were for mer employes not In the state Do partment at the time. John W. Ford, Director of tin Office of Security In the State De partment, says that since Jan. 1 1947, there have been 485 case reported among State Departmen employes. It was only in 1947 thai Uie department began keeping rec ords. Many of these records are now Incomplete. Many of the Individu als have died, or retired or re signed from government service. When a separation took place, the record was closed, even if Incomplete. So there is no accurate check of the number of cases Etill in service. .Many Resignations It is announced, however, that since March 3, when Scott McLcod :ook over as Security Administrator, resignations have been cepted at the average of one a day. That would mean'over loo in four months. Mr. McLeod says that every al- !egati9n is now being investigated. He is realistic enough not to predict that the situation will ever be completely eradicated. McLeod, an ex-FBI man, now promises to run down every lead and not to Ignore such aliega- lons in the future. Now, for the irst time, President Eisenhower's lew security order of Apri 29 sets up the criteria which make it pos- ibe to separate a pervert from government service. Ex-Leachville Man Suicide A former Leachville resident, 'unous E. Garrett, Little Rock em- lalmev, yesterday killed his est- anged wife, Mrs. Mary Alice Hoye Oarrett. and then committed uiclde at her home, a pulaski corner ruled. A note indicated the 52-year-old uneral home employee had plann- d the death following unsuccess- ul attempts at reconciliation with Is 33-year-old- wife. A daughter, Marilyn Nadine Garett, 8. and Mrs. Garrett's son by previous marriage, Joe Brooke, 12, •ere mentioned in the note left by jarrett. Additional survivors Include Mrs. NO PASSING HERE—Tb* Iron Curtain can be a pile of stones across a street or highway to stop traffic. This barrier wat built by Russian-directed East Germans in Berlin and automobiles and wagons no longer can move along the street. The sign at left reads: "Beginning of the Democratic Section Berlin." Negro Deaths Ida M, Ban Services for Ida Michel Barr, 6' wlio died at her home at 136 Ea Mathis Street Thursday, were to b conducted at noon today In Walm Grove Cemetery, , Survivors include one sister, Em ma Grace of Paducah, Ky.; jrother, Wilbert Washington Milwaukee. Wis.; one daughte Mary Renshaw of St. Louis, Mo. Traffic Charges Are Heard Three charges of driving whil ntoxlcated and one of reckles riving were heard in Munlcipa *ourt this morning. Clarence Howard was foun ;uilty of drunken driving and fine 100 and costs and sentenced t ne day in jail. An appeal wa ranted with bond set at $150. Woodrow Smith forfeited bone f $135.25 for driving while intox cated and a similar charge again t Dewitt Jordan who pleaded no uilty, was continued to Wendes ay with bond set at $200. L.C. Kelt forfeited bond of $36.2! n a charge of reckless driving. Sarrett's father, A. B. Hoyle hief of police at Tuckerman, a son and two daughters of Garrett by previous marriage, Robert B. Gar rett and Florence B. Oarrett Caldwell, Mo., and Mary Garret of California; his mother, Mrs, R B. Garrett of Leachville, and fou sisters, Mrs.' John F. Bearden ant Mrs. Jess Langley of Leachville Mrs. Robert Overman of Arbyrd Mo., and Mrs. Ernest Speakes o Campbell, Mo. CALL US TODAY ! AND ENJOY COOL COMFORT ! x^-- •'" YOU'LL FEEL BETTER Air Conditioner with these Famous RCA advantages: • "Henrt-of-Cold" compressor • Directionnl grille • Concealed Climate Tuner panel • Easily replaceable filter • Five year warranty covers entire hermetically scaled cooling system You'll work better and feel better In cool, refreshing air. Str«n htoittifut mod fo cheat* from $229.50 Up fo 7> wt.ii to pay 61 IMPLEMENT CO. N. Highway 61 Phone 2142 "Your Massey-Harris Dealer" The Best Family Reference Work Available is: WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA Parents: The time to answer their questions is the time they are asked. Can you do it easily? Do you have an up-to-date, pictorial set to refer to? They so«n learn to look up their own answers with WOIU.n BOOK. Order it now to give them confidence 1 Bill Patton A. A. Adams CALL Blytheville Osceola 8890 836 Home charge. Funeral Home was in Mary Yates Services for Mary Yates, 83, of Luxora will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Gosnell Temple Church by Rev. C. A. Neil. Burial will be in Sandy Ridge Cemetery. Home Funeral Home is in charge. Walter G. Turner Air Search Seeks Uranium Deposits PHOENIX. Ariz. W>) — Search for uranium in Arizona is being aided by an air survey of prospective uranium fields. The survey is being made by light aircraft equipped with devices which detect as high as 100 feet. Already nearly 3,000 square mile of Coconino County in northern Arizona have been surveyed and mapped. The map is brought up to date on the 15th of each month. The Services for R*v. Walter G. Turn- work is , bein K done ^ tie!d seons- er, 78, who died Wednesday at his | lsts of the Atomic Energy Commis- home on Hose Street, will be con-1 sion ducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the j West End Baptist Church by Rev. I O. C. Johnson. Burial will be in Mt. j Zton Cemetery. | Survivors include his wife • Pauline Turner, and four daughters, i Juanita Sambro of Preeport, 111., [ Margaret TolHver, Jewel "Wilson and \ Bobbie Jean Turner, all of Blythe- j ville. Caston Funeral Home is in; charge. ACCIDENTS (Continued from Pago 1) south sideswiped Mr. Cline'o car aud struck another vehicle parked at the wreck scene. George was charged with operating a motor vehicle with defective brakes. The third car was owned by Herbert Fanner of Centralia, Mo. Two collisions were reported In Blytheville over the weekend. D. K. Tatum, 312 Holland Street driving a pickup truck was involved in a collision with Boyd Melvin or New Boston, Tex., Saturday after-^ noon at Main ana Lilly Streets. Cars of Ruth Rorie 803 West Ash, and Irby Appleton of 314 North sixth Street, driving an ABC cab collided at the corner of eighth and Walnut Streets. A Blytheville man and his parents were involved in separate accidents over the holiday weekend. E. E. Van Bibber, 705 Clark Street, reportedly sideswiped a truck near Marked Tree Saturday morning in an accident that was fatal to a 13- year-old boy, Marvin Swaly, of nea Wynn, who was riding in the back end of the truck. The truck driver, Gus Legon received minor injuries. Mr. Van Bibber's parents, Mrs. and Mrs. W. C. Van Bibber of Dyess, were injured in a headon collision ir Sikeston July 3. Both are in Sikeston Hospital but are not believed to be critical. Details of the ac- year-old boy, Marvin Swaly, of near Idaho ranks second in natpnal forest land with 21,500,000 acres. Mabel Pryor Services for Mabel Pryor, 42, who died Wednesday at her home at Roseland, were conducted yesterday at the Green Grove Baptist Church by Rev. E. H. Davis. Burial was in the Green Grove Cemetery, with Caston Funeral Home in charge. Survivors include her husband, John Pryor; her mother, Rosa Johnson of Detroit; her father John Wills of Sumner, Miss.; five daughters, one son and one sister. FOR RENT MOVIE CAMERAS and PROJECTORS All New Kodak Equipment Offered in a Large Selection BARNEYS DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Phone 3647 Parts and Supplies , . • .•' .:?>;''• tot ;.-i i-ii^... • All Cars, Trucks^, WE MEET ALL PRICES WHOLESALE OR RETA5L HOT or COLD A Slice or a Truckload Special Prices For Picnics and Parties Money has a way of going awfully fast when it's on the loose. 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