The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1953 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, TOLY 9, 1953 Cartoonist Is Ordered Deported Jacob Burck, Pulitzer Winner, Was Communist CHICAGO Wi — A deportation order was Issued yesterday against Jacob Burck. Pulitzer Prize-Winning editorial cartoonist .for the Chicago Sun-Times, on grounds he was a member of the Communist pariy when he last entered the "United States in 1936. An appeal from the order by Jerome T. McGowan, immigration department hearing office, is being planned by Burck's attorney, William H. King Jr. Burck has 10 days in which to appeal the order to the immigration service's Board of Appeals in Washington. Burct, whose syndicated cartoons appear in some 35 daily newspapers, denied he ever was a member of the Communist party. He first entered the United States 38 years ago, K when he was 10 years old, from his native Poland. He last entered in 1936 after a trip to Moscow. He testified at hearings of his case that on his trip to Russia in 1036 la an attempt to sell the Russian government a set of murals ,} he carried a party card to aid his selling efforts. Attended Meetings Th« government charged he was a Communist before and at the time of his last entry into the United States. The government also charged Burck had belonged to Communist organizations and had been seen »t their meetings. Burck, who was born Yankel Bochkowsky, said he had never become a naturalized citizen although he had taken out first naturalization papers in 1937. He testified that at one time he had been employed by the Daily Worker, Communist newspaper, as a cartoonist. He said his salary was $40 BLYTHEVTLL!! (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS VA'GE NTKH FOREIGN AID (Continued from Page 1) said the U. S. standard of living is three times as high as the rest of the. world's average, and saw no peril to the domestic economy in continuing the foreign aid program. Secretary of state Dulles was on call for testimony to the appropriations committee later in the day. Be a Soldier; It Pays Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open Hteh Low 1:15 July ...... 3346 3357 3346 3351 ! Oct ........ 3415 3417 3410 3413 Dec ........ 3435 3435 3438 3428 Mar ........ 15450 3454 3445 3445 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low 1:15 July 3350 3357 3350 3354 Oot 3415 3418 3410 3411 Dec 3437 3437 3427 3428 Mar 3452 3454 3447 3447 Chicago Soybeans High Low Close Jly 2.75 2.72 2.73 Sep 2.63W 2.61% 2.6H1 Nov 2.58^ 2.54% 2.54 i >; Jan 2 BOM 2.58',4 2.58'-i Chicago Corn High Low Close Jly . -. I.56V6 1.55 155« 6ep 1.49% 1.48X 1.48 V, I Chicago Wheat High Low Close Jlj 1.96'4 1.94 1.94 Sep , 2.0015 1.9714 1.97% New York Stocks A T and T 154 Amer Tobacco 74 7-8 Anaconda Copper 34 1-4 «Bth Steel 51 5-a Chrysler 72 I-B Coca-Cola • 1093-4 Gen Electric 735-8 Gen Motors . 60 Montgomery Ward 583-4 Si Y Central 25 Int Harvester 27 7-8 J. C. Penney Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Studebaker Standard of N J 72 3-4 Texas Corp 53 3-4 Sears 59 U S Steel 38 5-8 i J. a 2.60 U "2.58',4 2.58 « Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III. W— (USDA)—Hogs 5,000; opened moderately active; later Glow; weights 190 Ibs up 25 to 40 higher than Wednesday's average; advance largely lost on few late; lighter weights and sows 25 to SO higher; bulk choice 190-240 Ibs early 26.25-50; lew later 26.10-15; bulk 240-270 Ibs 25.50-26.35; around 290-lb butchers 25.00; 110-180 Ib; 25.50-26.00; 150-170 Ibs' 23.50-25.75; 120-140 Ibs. 20.50-22.75; sows 400 Ibs down 21.00-22.50: few 22.75; heavier sows 18.50-20.50; boars 12 00 15.00 Cattle 20.00, calves '11.00, little done on steers although a few lots fully stendy; heifers and mixed yearlings active and firm; good and choice lots 19.50-21.50; cows active and strong; utility and commercial cows 11 50-14.00; canners and cutters 8.50-11.50; bulls and vealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 13.00-15.50; canner and cutter bulls 9.00-12.00; good nnd choice vealers held at. 18.0022.00: prime lo 24.00: utility and commercial vealers 13.00-17.00. 70 49 34 1-4 34 5-8 3(; 7-8 a week but said his pay checks "bounced"_ so frequently that the salary was about $20 a week. Marshal' Field Jr.. publisher of the Chicago Sun-TS—SAIWIPTII x 8bpd2po Spronlziifpbt . 3a ,l(AT HE SAID 7 /« t.9 W EMENT, P.. ..X Marshall Field Jr.. publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times, said he is confident Burck eventually will be proved innocent. In a statement, he said: ''When the government immigration service started its proceedings, we said that our own investigation had convinced us that Mr. the Communist party. We feel con- Burck was never a member of fident that Mr. Burck, will prove his innocence when he appeals the adverse recommendation made by the hearing officer." Burck won the Pulitzer Prize in 1941 for 'a cartoon published in the summer of 1940 during the bombardment of Poland. The drawing showed the ruins of a house with a little girl kneeling before a broken bed praying as three bombers flew overhead. HICKAM AIR FORCE BASE, Hawaii W)—Saluting paid off $9 for M. Sgt. Harry J. Ahlfors of Minneapolis. Walking down a street yesterday, Ahlfors saluted in rapid order nine Air Force lieutenants. Each presented the amazed sergeant with a dollar bill—the custom practiced by new officers receiving their first salute. I All nine were recent graduates of I the University of Hawaii who had just received their commissions and reported for duty at Hickam. Rites Tomorrow For Mrs. JPriest Services for Mrs. Amada Willis Priest, 86, of. Armorel. who died yesterday, are to be conducted at 3 p. m. tomorrow at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. William Edmonson. Burial will be in Dog- Born at Conway, Ark., Mrs. Priest had lived at Aromrel for 20 years. Survivors Include her husband, A. A. Priest: two sons, Guy E. Turpin of Little Hock and Carl Turpin of California; four daughters, Mrs. Essie Long of Rodono] Beach, Calif., Mrs. Bertha Pickens of Booneville, Ark.. Mrs. Mertie White of Wasco, Calif., Mrs. Ruth) Ashmore of Armorel; and 371 grandchildren. I Preacher Hits At Youth Center WAXAHACHIB, Tex. (/Pi— A Bap list minister assailed this town's growing youth center because he claims it Is financed by gambling and tolerates mixed swimming and dancing. Leaders of the Optimist Club, which sponsors the youth center, contend that the establishment serves a worthwhile purpose as & place or recreation for teen-agers. The Rev. Herman Rice, pastor of the Ferris Avenue Baptist Church, said yesterday his congreyation strictly opposes an annual street carnival at which funds are raised for the youth center. Rice also complained that girls and boys use the youth center swimming pool at the same time. AF to Try For Speed Mark SALTON SEA. Calif. (If)— The Ai Force is reported readying one o its hottest Sabre jets for a try a a new world speed mark of mor than 700 miles per hour. Two of the nation's sharpes pilots. Lt. Col. Bill Barns and Brig Gen. J. Stanley Holtoner, Edward Air Force Base commander, are a the speed course of the El Centr Naval Air Station. One of them i expected to attempt to surpass th record set here Nov. 19, 1952, by Al Force Capt. Slade Nash, also In an F86D Sabre. Veterans Home VA Home Loan Extended Progra m III The Ve Administration dl- Red Shore Guns Open Up TOKYO (If) — Communist shore batteries slightly injured three Navy men yesterday, including a captain, probably the highest rank- in? naval officer hurt ill the Korean War. I lie Navy reported today. Capt. Jack M. Maginnis of Alexandria. Va., commander of Destroy AIIC vciurans Aaminisirauuii ui- anra, Va., commander of Destroy- rect.loan program for the purchase i Pr Squadron 24, was hit. by shrapnel of construction of homes by el- u, lhl , )t , a 1( , g and sh ouUler as he glble veterans has been extended I directed a shelling of Korea's east to June 30 1954. A H. Hammann, i roasl „.„,„ lhp dcst i rwin Tne - Little Eock regional manager, nounced today. Some of the pertinent elements of the direct loan program pointed out by Hammann are that In no event may a direct loan exceed• • $10,00: a direct loan may not be als ° t w "<? hit. made for the purchase of a farm, j coast irom the destroyer irwui Tne j Irwin's Runs knocked out the Red 1 cmplarpinent. Ens. Peter Burke of New London, Conn., and Seaman Richard Donald Plisknner of Pittsburgh. Pa., but under certain circumstances may be made for the construction or improvement of a farm house on land owned by the veteran; that It must be determined All three men were reported in good condition. Pnod ft""' rt,. It' j ff fro 111 ! r S- rievert>lcW Plus All These Fin* FRIGIDAIRE FEATURES • Pull-width Food Fr**z«r holds ov«r 73 Ibi. frozen food • Two big porcelain Hydratort hold ntarfy bushel of fruits, v*g«tablei Lifetime Porcelain Finish on Inferior • Qulckub* let Trays with Instant Tray and Cub Release • Famous Meter-Miser mechanism with 5-Y*ar Protection Plan * Sliding Utility Tray for storing small packages Rust-proof aluminum Sh*lv« FREE THIS WEEK ONLY FREE PRIZES FOR ALL Measuring spoons or paring knives to all ladies visiting our store this week. Free balloons or banks to all the kiddies. SPECIAL PRIZES— the 25th, 50th and 75th lady visiting our store this week will each receive a large mixing bowl. And every 100th lady will receive a 64-piece set of ROGERS BROTHERS SILVERWARE! Nothing to buy. You don't have to register. Just come in and see the new FRlGlDAIRE! HALSELL & WHITE Main & Division FURNITURE CO. Phont 6096 Moon and Herring's Full moon is the time for the —- — "- "^-v^. ^— tlKxt best herring catches, with record within an elgible area the veteran calches occurring with a full moon Is unable to secure from private j .__ sources a loan to be guaranteed' or Insured by the Veterans Adnlin istration; that the metropolitan areas of Little Rock, Fort Smith, are not elgible for direct loans: and that application blanks for upon written request of individual veterans to the Veterans Administration Regional Office, 211 Broadway, Little Rock. Firsts /loans under the direct lonn program were made in Sep- direct loans are distributed only i (ember, 1950, it was added. NEPAL CHIEF-M. P. Koirala is the new Prime Minister of Napal. He was sworn into office in the presence of King * Tribhuvan, in Katmandu, Nepal, Read Courier News Classified Ads. Doctor Serves But 5 Minutes NEW YORK <m — Dr. .Raymond J. Nagle, dean of New York university's college of dentistry, was pres- (dent of the Massachusetts Dental Society for exactly five minutes. A year ago, Dr. Nagle, then president of the New England Association of Dental Examiners, wa» named president-elect of the So- c"'ty. In February of this year, he moved to New York to accept hi« present appointment. Returning to Boston to attend the Society's annual meeting, he was unanimously elected resident., at the same tlm« receiving the gold medal which Is the organization's symbol of presidency. Five minutes later his resignation was accepted. Negro Deaths Edna Blair Services for Edna Blair, who died at her home at Barfield Wednesday, are to be conducted at 2 p. m. Sunday at St. Paul Baptist Church at Barfield. Burial will be in Carr Cemetary with Caston Funeral Home in charge. Survivors include her husband, three daughters, two sons, 15 grandchildren and two sisters. 406 W. 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METAL SUMMER CHAIR— WAS 5.89 Newly designed metal outdoor chair in choice of cool summer colors. Tubular steel arms, legs. Perforated metal seat, back. 4 89 Enamel finish. * ODD BEDROOM PIECES— CUT PRICED Odd pieces to round-out your bedroom sets. Vanities, nightstands. chests, etc., in limed oak, maple, or walnut veneers 49 88 32.88 to ................................ .... ..... . . t'.ww HOME APPLIANCES 20-INCH TELEVISION—WAS 254.95 Smart Table TV — Handsome Mahogany finish. 254.95 REFRIGERATOR » JO.i cu. ft. 52 Ib. freezer. 3 door shelves. GAS RANGE—WAS 134.95 3(i in. divided lop. 18 in. oven has window. GAS RANGE—WAS 199.95 40 in. divided top. 20 in. oven has window. 199.88 234.83 117.88 174.88 FLOOR COVERINGS © 9 x 12-FT. WOOL RUGS ' Known for quality and service —Rugs are outstanding values at lliis clearance price. Discontinued damasks and florals. 59 8f Six only, V •** 9 x9-IN. RUBBER TILES "" ]?ig savings on odd-lots of this satin-smooth floor covering. Not all colors hut all perfect quality. Install it yourself — in- |9c I slrudions included. * LINOLEUM REMNANTS PRICED TO CLEAR 1 Assortment includes sizes foi"»kilchen, hath, dinetlc or hall. Vnricly of popular marblelxed colors. Standard weight. Now 7iOO priced at 1.00 lo

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