The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 28, 1951
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTrUIVlLLS, (AKK.) COUHIWI SATURDAY, JULY 88. Fourth CRC Bail Trustee Jailed For Contempt U. I. Pushes Horn* Offensive Against Top Communists NEW YORK, July J8. yP) — A fourth Clvi' Rights Congress bail fund trustee, Abner Green, was in Jail today for refusing to assist- the government's hunt for a quartet of fugitives, top-rung Communists. Jniltng of Oreen on a contempt conviction yesterday was the top development as United statos authorities pushed .» home-front offensive against domestic Reds. Another government, action was a motion to force William z. Poster, the ailing titular head of American communism, to supply a new *10,0oo bail or go to jail. He currently ts fre« on CHC bail, which has been outlawed by a federal Judge. KC.OOO Bail Fixed In San Francisco, ball was fixed •t fJO.OOO each lor seven of III 6ollfoRiia CominunUt leader: arrested on Thursday. Four others, unable to dig up 1*5,000 bail eoth, remained behind ban in Los Angeles. The 12th secondary OommunUt, William Schnelderman, failed to grit his $100,000 bond reduced before a federal commissioner here. Schnel- derman, the party's California chairman, reportedly has assumed UK national leadership with other Rod -bigwig* In Jail or hiding. Un- »bl« to put up the bond, he him- wtf remained hi 3 all. M An Indicted Altogether there are M American Communists under Indictment on charges of oonsplring to teach violent ovwttwow of the TJB. government. EtoVMi more, the party's "first- team" hierarchy, have been convicted on the lame charge; but only seven surrendered to serve prison terms at three to flvo years. The other four—Robert Thompson, OUB HaM, Gilbert Green and Henry Winston—Jumped a total of $W,000 CRC-supplied ball, starting the current legal actions against HM Bed*' ball "ang«lj." Ex-Wife of Red To Be Witness He«k Moeslng to Take Stand hi IPR Hearing , WASHINGTON, Alls' 38. ((PI—The. •enate's Internal security subcom- tolltte* win.turn ne*t to Hede Mau- ln«, former wH« of Qerhardt Els'.er, fci 1U wwcti f« any jubverelve In- fluencec on tfee nation's par Eastern policy. Chairman McCarran (D - Nev> described Mn. Manlng as an ex- Communtet who "operated on the higher level and who wa« In the know." A wttneai in »«, P«rJui7 Mai of Alger Miss, Mi«. Massing already has testified at clowd-door sessions of the auboommittee, McCarran told r*port*r« • tk» was "most cooperative and helpful." She ha* been called to appear »t a public hearing next Tuesday. Zisler, her former husband, was described hi a committee statement »• "»n International representative of th« Communist party In this country for several years." H« WM under bond when h« fled ttiis country or a Polish ship. Lntor he turned up &e an official in 3o- iriet-controlled East Germany. McCarran said that Mrs. Mais. tag's testimony will deal with the Institute of Pacific Relations and other more general matters. At the subcommittee's first twn hearings, much of the testimony revolved around the affairs of Iho IPR and various persons who are or have been connected with H CONTROLT (Continued from Page 1) get a larger share of defense contract*. tract*. «. Continue import controls on fats and oils, and bring dairy product.? under (he program in certain circumstances. 9. Continue the vage control program without any change in the basic niosisions of Ihe presn.t l.lw Obituaries "FLYING TRAILERS" FOR FAST FREICHT-Huge helicopters, each aa big as a conventional •UT liner, carrvintr removahi** "nnrfs" flitpH with fmiuVit aro Avnantari *« v.« i« ^,,«r^*t^« ^««4 ...__ _ . ... v . . .(-i.bkl^w i \JW~k f r**J I r rM_l\Jn b .._[,«. ..•..••-•wjot.^u, t..v>* MJ ui£ BJ « wurvjiuvr.Jm ii l? e u' carryin * removable "pods" filled with freight, are expected to be In operation next year. The helicopters are a version of the Piaseckl XH-16, nov/ being built for the Air Force. The artist's conception »hows > centrally located "heliport" In operation. At (1) nn XH-16 is ready to take oft W.h an attached pod, big as a cross-country bus, which a trailer-truer; has just hauled in. Another rwlicopter (2) has laid Its huge "egg." which has been coupled to a truck and Is being hauled away. At (3) a third helicopter prepares to spot-land in the circle with Its loaded pod. In foreground and background (4), trailer (rucks leave and approach the heliport. J€TS FOR EUROPE—Thunderjet fighter planes, bound for Atlantic Pact nations under th« Mutual Defense Assistance Program, art hoteied aboard th« USS Corretfidor at Port Newark, M. J. The Jets wiH add punch to the air and ground team General ftwohoww i< building for defense of Western Europe. Quakers Offer 7-Point Peace Plan to Malik MOSCOW, July 28. CAP)— A group ol British Quakers left for home today after hearing Deputy Foreign Minister Jacob A. Malik tell them Russia Is rendy for "businesslike" negotiations with the West on world issues and does not want to export its revolution. The Quakers told Western news men yesterday that these were among replies made to a seven-point pence program they presented to Malik at n meeting Thursday night Western observers are waiting witv Interest to see If the news of the Malik-Quaker talks are publishee In the Soviet press. A member of the . British grout said he was "both encouraged ana disappointed" by the Interview with Malik. He said he was encouragec because of the time and attentloi return testimony by such witnesses as Secretary of Stitc Aclieson Sec rctary of Defense Marshall and tin top military brass. Rites for Young Leukemia Victim To Be Tomorrow Services for Betty Louisa Hetler. tiny victim of leukemia who died yesterday morning, will be conducted tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. In the Lcachville Church ot God. The Rev. W. D. Wilkins, pastor of the church, will officiate. The gill, who would have been five years old Aug. 5, was stricken durinij the Christmas holidays last year and the doctors had predicted her death. She leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Hetler; four brothers. Mack. 16, Henry, 8, William, 6, and Philip, 2; and' two sisters, Silvia. 12, and Thclma. 4. Burial probably will be In' Nettleton. Howard Funeral Home of Leachvllle L« in charge. Holly C, Wyatt Dies in Little Rock Funeral arrangements for Holly Curlier, Wyatt. 1608 West Cherry St., who died this morning at University Hospital m Little Rock, were incomplete at noon today Mr Wyatt was 52. . Ife leaves his wife, Mrs. Grucc Wyntl; three sons, Harold Wyatt of Sacramento, Carl Wyatt and Charles Wyatt, both of Blytheville; one daughter, Mrs. Loy Arnold of Blytheville; four brothers, o. D. Wyatt of Blytheville, Lowell Wyatt of Bragg City, Mo., Otis Wyatt it Joncsboro, and Doris Wvatl of Grand Rapids, South Dakota; and two sisters, Mr. Murl Wright of Pascola. Mo., and Mrs. Myrtle Shaneyworth of DCS Moines, Iowa. Pallbearers will be Herman May. Ecb Copeland. Gordon Harris Floyd Sharp, Alby Jarrett, Hank Hayes. Cobb Funeral Home Is In charge >en. Douglas 5eg/ns Feud With Truman WASHINGTON. July W. (AP)— rmed with a quotation from Marin Luther, Senator Douglas (D-ill) was embarked on what he calls a struggle with the President" over wo federal judgeshlp appointments. Asserting that he has no personal esentment against President Trunan and Is loathe to make the fight, Douglas quoted in the original German, Luther's "God helping me, I an' do no other" In explaining its stand, Luther was the 16th cen- ury friar who rebelled against the minority of the pope of the Roman Catholic Church and set up the He- ormed Church. The Illinois Senator explained his land on the judgeshlp controversy o a reporter after he had announ- ed he will oppose personally the nominations of Joseph J. Drucker md Cornelius J. Harrington when :hey come before the Senate Judiciary Committee next week. The committee has invited Harrington to testify August 3 and Drucker to appear August 4 on their appointments to the federal bench n Chicago. The committee will hear Joseph S. Perry, Wheaton, 111., law- ,'er, a third appointee supported by Douglas, August 2. Wifson Girl to Enter Forrest City Pageant Miss Pat Campbell will be Princess of Wilson in a beauty pageant to be held in connection with the Eastern Aikansas Industrial Expansion Exposition in Forrest City Aug. 30, J. R. Porter, executive secretary of the exposition, said. Miss Peggy Bowen and Miss Martha Ta.vlor will be Maids of Wilson In the contest. Arkansas Boy Dies in Mishap Violent Death Toll Stands at 13 Today By Tbt As<x±»i«i Prre« The vllent deat+i toll In Arkansas this week stood at 13 Saturday. A freak auto accident near Mnl- vern Friday took the life of Donald CMn« Clark. Iti. of Harrison. Ark. Clark's car plunged off the highway and crashed Into the embankment of a rauroaci overpass. Hot Springs County Prosecutor Joe McCoy said Clark's car hit the embankment 85 feet from the point it left the highway. His companion, Miss Sammle Cox, 19, also of Hnr- rlson, was Injured seriously. A Mexican farm laborer was killed by lightening near Procter Friday. He was Zamora Lopez Erlindo. Two-year-old Harry Allen Ramsey drowned In a pit at the home ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Kamsey of Lavvson (Union County) Friday. Aid Testimony Repetition Seen Groups Apart On Foreign Aid Plans WASHINGTON, July 20. (AP) — Jockeying between two Senate committees threatened today to force double testimony by top government officials on the $8.500,000,000 foreign aid program. Chairman" Russell (D-Oa) of the Senate Armed Scj vices Counr.Utep told a reporter he had been unable lo make any satisfactory arrangements tor his group to sit in on Forolgn Relntions Committee hearings on the bill. Chairman Connally (D-Tcx) of the Intter group snul armed services members can sit In, but Indicated they can't ask questions or vote. None showed up yesterday. As a result. Russell said that when the foreign relations group concludes (csllmony. he Hill innve Ihnt the measure then be referred to Ills committee. He conceded this will delay Senate action on the program and fmcc India Reports Gat Import NEW DELHI (AP) _ India In 1950-51 his depended on Iran for 7C per cent of her gasoline and G7 per cent of kerosene, commerce ministry officials have revealed. Iran supplied India 140.800,000 gallons of gasoline and 156,300,000 gallons of kerosene, out ot total 1m- porls re.sepctlvely of 193,500,000 gal- tons and 227,200.003 gallons. the Soviet government had given to them arid disappointed because Malik answered by merely calling attention to past soviet stateinnts and actions on the subject. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE- WHITTLIN' - Unimpressed by ' • r i'niont of the Kaesung i ..«• ae lalks, a North Korean \\AC sergeant methodically tharpens a pencil for use by the armistice delegates. The young woman has a Red star on hei cnp and a paper Identifying her « > member o< the reception *«* at *• oMiwcet «ity, . SUNDAY & MONDAY SPECTACLE AS VAST AS THE WEST... mill nllll BRUCE BENNETT- BILL WILLIAMS NOAH BEERY - PETER HANSON Directed by LEV/IS R. FOSTER n fwth Wir,,!oo M.ll« • Produc Williom C. Ihomo» OUR NEW NAME! COTTON BOLL l'/i Miles North ol filythcville on Highway 61 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Formerly the Skyline SATURDAY ONE NIGHT ONLY family Nite: Only $1 Per Car Load Load Up Your Car & Get in on a Real Bargain. Treat Your Family & Friends !Big Western^ Jon Hull • Frances Longford "Deputy Marshall" Plus 2 Cartoons Pony Rides Children Free SUNDAY & MONDAY Free Play- Ground 2 Cartoons Also FLYNN OLIV1& DeH AVI HAND ANN SHERIDAN Free Pony Rides Kids Free Guest Movie Ticket Day Your opportunity to tnke a guest for the price of one! Ask local merchants for your free guest ticketsl .Attorney to Speak Jomes E. McDanlel. Jonesboro attorney, will speak at a meeting of the Blytheville Negro Democratic Club to fce held at the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church here at 4 p.m. Sunday. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday 'West of Rainbow's End Tim McCoy Also Serial & Cartoon rr NLRB Gazette Hearings May Be Ended Tonight LITTLE ROCK. July 18. OT—Tht ihre*-week-old National Labor Re- ations Board hearing of.unfair laser charges against the Arkansas Gazette may be completed tonight. Gazette Attorney Tom M. Davis of Houston, Tex., said he plans to call only one additional witness. That will be Edward L- Wright ol Little Rock, also an attorney for tin oawttt. With the Cowtt Gladys Hardln vs. 1- V suit for divorce. Common Pfea*< James Drlskel et a! vs. Jamee M. Ooodrich, suit for $250 damage* said to have been suffered in Mi automobile wreck. Read Courier News Classified Adi. Sat. Owl Show "DRACULA'S DAUGHTER" Gloria Holden SUN—MOM—TUBS "QUEBEC" John Barrymore, Jr. Corrine Calvet Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Ph. 58 Saturday 'Bononza Town' Charles Starred Saturday Owl Show "BACKFIRE" Virginia Mayo Gordon MCRae Sunday & Monday FIGHTING COAST GUARD Forrest Tucker — Brian Donlevy Tuesday 'China Corsair' John Hall EXTRA! EXTRA! Mosquitoes Are Being Killed by the Thousands \Ve are removing our screen doors! \Ve are spraying daily to kill these pesiy mosquitoes arid bugs, and arc doinff a K«H>d job of it. Our customers tell us they just don't find mosquitoes any more out at our Starvue Drive-In. Now you can really enjoy the movies out in the fresh air. KIDDIE ELECTRIC CARS Yes, Sir! Kiddies, the electric cars are here. They are ] on our spacious playground and in operation. Come out and ride FREE! Bring your friends, enjoy yourselves. BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Saturday MITE- icK __ M lifif.. YCWItARAKO lTC OCCUPANTS -' WIUK ABUTTED roft. ONE- BUCK! (AOOU«TOV-«U....) A DEM. MM**!.. A WEAT SMINtt It 2 Color Cartoons Radar Patrol Serial Plus "SINISTER JOURNEY" Hopalong Cassidy SUNDAY & MONDAY — 2 SMASH WTS 1 "OFTHEM ALL! i» A UNIVERSAL.INTERNAFIONAl PICIURE Popeye Cartoon & Additional Cartoon Latest MCX I'hone 4621 — Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 — Sat.-Sun. 1:00 Always a Double Feature An extra cooler has been added to our cooling system, for your comfort — You'll be much cooler. Saturday — Double Feature AlANLADD CAPTAIN CAREY, U.S.A Also Cartoon Under Sea Kingdom Serial Saturday Owl Show — Starts 11:30 \ EXPLOSIVE ACTION!^ Also Cartoon Radar Patrol Serial Sunday & Monday — Two Hitt " • stlrnrn Yvonne Richard Oe CARLO • GREENE 'Kid from Cleveland" Georg« Bient • Lynn Bar! Also Cartoon A Latest X

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