The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1949 · Page 2
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FACE TWO BLYTHEVnXE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Former US Envoy Critical of Hiss ; State Department Official on Stand in New York Spy Case . YORK, Dec. 14—<fl>)—A former superior of Alger Hiss In the Stnte Department testified a former U, S. ambassador in 1947 had referred to Hiss os a Communist. • The witness .was Dr. Stanley K. Hornbeck, former 'ambassador to the Netherlands, caJled as a defense witness in the second Hiss perjury trial, Hiss once served as assistant to Horngeck when the latter was pol- • Uical affairs advisor in the State Department. ' Hornbecn testified his friend, William C. Eullftt, former ambassador to France and Russia, spoke of Hiss as a Communist two years ago This was the second conversation Hornbeck had with Bullitt In which Hiss' name came up. Monday, Hornbeck said that in the early 1940's BiiUiit had told him Hiss was s "fellow traveler." ' However, the witness upheld Hiss 1 reputation and declared "there Is absolutely no question" the defendant did nol take the papers he is accused of passing to a Russian spy ring courier. Hornbeck's 1947 conversation with Bullitt was brought out by the defense on re-direct examination.' The witness sain he dirt not report Bullltt's remark because "what Mr. Bullitt told me simply hearsay." , Hornbeck said he asked Hiss about the charge the defendant was a "fellow traveler" and that Hiss "Said there was none." Earlier the prosecution tried to show that Hiss rad not handled appers properly when he was in the State Department. } Assistant U. S. Attorney Thomas F. Murphy cross-examined Hornbeck concerning the handling of ^memoranda when Hiss was the witness 1 assistant. Census Taker Will Gather Income Data • WASHINGTON, Dec. U—OF)— The Census Bureau decided yes• terday to ask questions about personal Income in the 1950 census /despite . protests from some Congress members• • Acting Census Director Philip M. 'Hauser announced that anyone who prefers not to tell his Income to :the. census enumerator will have -the privilege of mailing in the -.Information on A speical form to -the census Bureau. • " •* , i >'- In a statement, Hauser emphasized that personal income data will .be kept confidential, and expressed belief people are perfectly wlll- 'tee to give It. Hauser stressed that the Income _dat« is needed as useful economic Information. He said the bureau has received "a persistent flow of requests for income data from ' * cross-section of the American public." Such figures are useful to business men and advertising agencies, : for instance. In planning sales cam- -paigns. Hauser said they are also ^useful to labor organizations and -to the government itself. -•: Under the plans, the Income questions will be to put to every fifth household. ,6 Fingers on Each Hand •Identifies Negro Fugitive . PINB BLUFF. Ark.. Dec. M. <AP) ..—Officers said they had no trouble •identifyinf Johnny Parchman, 35, Neero. here yesterday. He was arrested by sheriff's deputies at the reo.ue.st of Chicago officers in connection with the slay- 'ln? of Ben Daniels. Negro, in Chl- -caeo. Dec. 4. 1 The deputies reported Parchman .has fix fingers on each hand. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14 , "JAKE" AND JILLS—Arriving In New York on the SS Atlantic, Jacob ("Long Jake") Nacken, a seven-fool, eishl-inch giant from Germany, got a chance lo display his muscle. Comfortably perched on his arms ore showgirls Siri, left, and Rosemary Kiltleton, who are themselves over six feet tall. Jake's real mission to the U. S. is to play the part of (he "world's largest Sanla Glaus" for a New Jersey motor car company. McMoth to Keep Hands Off Race When He Retires LITTLE ROCK. Dec. 13. fAP) — Governor McMath declared yesterday he will not support any one for the governor's office after he retire. 1 ;. The governor previously had said he hopes to serve tvko Urnis and tlien go back to private law practice. Yesterday's comment arose when newsmen asked McMalh if he would back a candidate who would pledge to support his policies. McMath said he would take no part in a race not his own and said he didn't believe ths "people elect governors to tell them who the next governor shall be." "Anyhow," he said, "no governor has ever been able to name his suc- i Mrs. Marshall Blackard Notary Public My Commission expires: 3 9 53. cessor." McMath has announced that he will be a candidate for re-election to a second term next year. Once Fabulously Rich, Hungarian Count Now a Penniless War Refugee NEW YOIiK. Dec. 14. (AW-Only* five years ago the future looked rosy' to Count Ls.-slo Paul Efitorhazy. The (all, blond nobleman, then 26 years old, lived on g ?reat Hungarian estate that has been In 111* family for 400 years. It was t. fabulous eMate-3.600 horse.s, several cognac plants vari- cnis textile mills. But in 1944, the Geimans took. Eszlerhaiy »way. as a |X>litical pvls- oner. That same year, death claimed his father, a former minister to the United Stales. And alter the war, the Russians confiscated the estate—valued at $8.000.000 to $10.000,000. Today the count, his u'ife and three year-old daughter arrived with 1,200 other displaced persons on the Army transport M. B. Stesv- art. "I am coming here." the count said, "as a penniless D.P, "I want to thank tlie American people and the American government for giving me a country where I can be a free man and have good future with a normal life." The Esztfrhazys planned to go to Washington in a few days to meet the count's stepmother, Counters Frnndska EMUerhxy, who lias been living in this country fliid in Cuba for 15 years. The count said he hoped the United States would te able some day to restore properties coafiscat- cd by the RiL-sians 10 their rightful owners. 5«ld, however, that "there has been no appreciable chance for Improvement" since la.it July when she re- Ported she was »ble to count finger* held a few inches from her eye. Rebecca's foster mother. Mrs. John C. Masslngill, said the girl "has been staying up too late at night i-eacilng her braille bible. She'll have to rest more, v/e still hope she'll b« able lo see." IN THE I'HOBATE COURT, OHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI CO I/NY, ARKANSAS Estate of Gus Chltwood, deceased Last known address 512 North 6th Street, Btytheville, Arkansas. Date of death November 21, 1949. An Instrument dated May 12, 1949, was on the 8 dny of December. 1949, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent and the undersigned has been up-. pointed Executrix thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can b« effected only by filing i petition within the time provided by law. All persons 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 was published December 14, 1949. BEAUTON STILES, Executrix of Estate of GILS Chit'A'ood, deceased. Address 513 North 6th Street, Blythevllle, Arkansas With the Courts Chancery: John George Hardesty et al ITS. Kenneth Hardesty et al, suit to partition acres In Section 23-15N'- 12E. Opal Cochran vs. Virgil Cochi'an, suit for divorce. Lila M. Milks vs. Frank W. Milks, suit for divorce. Francis Money vs. Luther P. Money, suit for divorce. Jess Allen vs, Beatrice Allen, suit for divorce. Circuit: W. W. Hyatt as administrator' of the estate of Pedro Salazar vi Boss Puckett and Raymond Oarda, suit to obtain $19.118.57 damages in connection with fatal ac cjdent November 1, for widow and T. U Lewis vs. Addle B. Houchlns suit to regain possession of lot 75 of the original survey of the town of niytheyille, Section 13-I5N-11E, and to collect »500 damages. Orange trees are evergreeni. Frank C. Douglas, ally. 12-14-49 12-21-49 Blind Girl, 17, Hopes for Sight After Operation CHICAGO. Dec. !4—oT'i—A blind girl's hopes for normal vision went glimmering yesterday. Rebecca Arnold, 17, of Ringgolci. Ga., who had cataracts removed from her right eye lasl .spring and saw her first hazy view, came to Chicago for a checkup. The doctor who examined her WHEN nYOU FEEL WELL! WANT THIS FAST RELIEF . OF. lumbaqe Sciatic* Mulct. AcK«i And you net il with wonderful C-2223. 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