The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1949 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 15, 1949
Page 15
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THUBSDAY, DECEMBER is, 1949 Witness Hears Hiss Called Red State Department Official Calls Rumor 'Utterly Preposterous' Hy diaries .Mcrrcr NEW YORK, Dec. 15-(AP> - A second defense wllixas te.stified today, throueli a statement read '". hls Absence, that he heard Alecr "lis ascribed as a Communist wnen Hiss held higl, Stulc Department office. "1 Iceard (hat rumor just before nc severed his connection with the department." said Joseph C. Green. «fc«xccut[vo direclor of the State De- •"parlraenfs Board of Examiners. Orccn's statement was read In Hiss 1 second jx-rjury trial only 24 "firs after another defense witness said former Ambassador Will's"! rj. Dullitt referred to Hiss as a Communist In 1947. The earlier witness, who testified In person. «a$ Dr. Stanley K. Horn- bec-k. former ambassador to the Netherlands. Oreen said hi his statement that he regarded a rumor of Hiss' associating with cx-Comnnmist Whittaker chambers as "utterly preposterous." He said he expressed this view to Hiss himself. Hiss, the witness said, "didn't make a n } . answer., except to say that he had heard something of that sort himself, and thanked me for telling him." .Character U'iliu's.sps Heard Green said he heard the rumor from two Stale Department associates who got their information from some member of Congress—I think someone in connection with the Dies committee." Prominent national fl s ures were among those called as character witnesses yesterday, as the defense sought to convince a federal fury that HISS hart been «. loyal public servant, enoying the respect of his ap-soclalcs. John w. Davis, one-time U S ambassador, to Britain and the 1924 BLYTHEVILLE (ATCK.) COURIER NEWS Student Freed on Bond LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 15. W) — A 22-year-old college student Is dec on bond pending trial on a charge that he attempted to kill the husband of his former girl friend. Joseph M. RuLsky, 22, of Little Hock, a student at the Missouri School of Mines, Holla, posted SI.500 bonrt Tuesday after he was returned here from Rolla. He is accused of an attack oti Gerald Pilcher of Little Hock last Saturday. Pill-tier said his assailant beat Inm with R pistol butt, shot at him. •set fire to his automobile and tried to throw him Into It. Pilcher said he jumped Into » lake near here lo escape. I testified yesterday that Hiss hat] I an excellent reputation for loyalty. I integrity and veracity. Another witness. Gerard Swope Jr., attorney for the International General Electric Company, said he had known Hiss since 1932, and that Hiss possessed an excellent character. USD.A Answers Critics On 1950 Acreage Plan WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. (Al>) _ The Agriculture Department said today it Is without legal authority lo do anything about reported Inequities In a 1D50 cotton acreage allotment program which has stirred grower complaint. But It added there .-.till is plenty of lime before the planting season 'or Congress to correct the sitiri- tion. The Department's position wa.s stated by Administrator Ralph Triug of the Production and Marketing Administration, who administers the cotton progrnm. His statement came a day before growers vote ill a referendum cm the proposed return of rigid prewar marketing quotas designed to cut the 1950 acreage about 23 per cent to prevent surplus production. Dimkeique. Prance, a famed battleground of World War II. also Is remembered for the 51-mnnlli sic B e it endured under the guns of World War I. IX THE 1'JI.OJl.Vri; COURT I'Olt THE CiilCKASAWllA IIISTIUCI OF MlSKlSSll'l'l COUNTV, ARKANSAS IN TUB MATTER OK THE ESTATE OP MRS. ANNA WETSEL, GATES, DECKASKI) NOTIC'i: TO CHKDITOKS Last known address of decedent 500 West Walnut, Blylheville, Arkansas. Date of death, November 17. low The undersigned wa.s apjxmiled Administrator of the estate of MIS Anna! Gales on tile 7th day of Derember, 1949. All perrons having claims the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, within six (6) months of the dutc of the first publication of this notice or the same will be forever barred anil precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice published the 8th day of December, 1049. W C. Gates, Administrator Holland and Taylor, allornens. 128-15 Sffi( /// The pelcian Congo | s so times the sue of Delgliim. Sugar-cane * = •* 'GOOD says Brer Rabbit /TON: HOT CAKES, WAFFLES, FRENCH TOAST to rnaka a good mornina faeffer! BREAD "What'lto • B VC.U r Rl. Ji" when Mds toy, HOT BISCUITS Butter 'em—»yrup 'em—fall to! J S?*- »§?r& *.x-«<« ^v-, &'"''-*- :?' o «-'.v, no , fD •""wooi', 0 """ %3 %!•*%%*>* >»>, UltF • il^^'^S^ ^.tr^^'^^S Jn ni 0 ,/"?'.' ''•••*;„; "f<""ir,,|., ™; ""« iv ( .,, -"^^i >^'«^ ^^{^^S?'^^'-" 0 This syrup glvei you real old-plantation flavor • • i plus IRON —needed for good red blood! 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