The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1952 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, SEPT, 25, 1951 BTATHEVn,T.,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB Second-Team Reds Indicted for Plot » To Overthrow U.S. . WASHINGTON . Wl — Eighteen Eecond - string Communist party leaders, rounded up by the FBI lasl week, have been indicted on charges of conspiring to advocate the overthrow of the United SUtes government by force. Federal grand juries yesterday returned indictments against seven in Seattle, Wash., and five in St. Louis, Mo. The six others were indicted in Detroit last Monday. The action, announced by the Justice Department, charge violations of the Smith Act. This law prohibits the advocacy or leaching of the violent overthrow of the federal government. It provides years imprisonment, or both. The 18 party functionaries were picked up Sept. 11 by the FBI Midwest cities and on the West Coast. They are alleged to have inherited party leadership after the convictions two years ago of the highest Communist officials in tl country. Since it Degan moving against the party under the Smith Act in 1918. the government hafi obtained more than 80 indictments and has convicted more than a score of party leaders. The Seattle indictment charged the seven defendants with 16 specific overt conspiracy actions. The St. Louis indictment charged the five there with 15 specific overt * acts. The six Indicted in Detroit were charged with 17 specific overt actions. The 18 named in the indictments, the Justice Department said, include: Seattle — Henry P. Huff, 58; iVilliam J. Pennock, 37; Karly Lar- ien, 47; Terry Petlus, 48 ;Paul Miller Bowen, 30; John Shields Daschbach, 38; Barbara Hartle, 44. St. Louis — James Frederick Forest, 42; his wife Dorothy, 37; Marcus Alphonse Murphy, 41; William Sentner, 45; Robert Mane- wltz, 35. Detroit — Saul L. Wcllman, 38; Nathan Kaplan, -17; Thomas Dewltt Dennis Jr., 34; Philip Schatz, 38; William Allan. 45; Helen Mary Winter, 44. All but one of the 18 are beit>R held in lieu of bail, set variously at from 610,000 to $40,000 each. Pennock is at liberty alter posting a $10.000 bail. Presbyterians Hear Warning Of 'Growing Industrialization LITTLE ROCK (fl 1 ) — A M 111 e Rock minister last night warned Arkansas Presbyterians that the "growing industrialization" of the state is sure to confront the church with "problems of labor — in a n- agemcnt relations." Speaking at Hie annual conference of the Arkaims Synod of t h e Presbyterian Church In the United States, the Rev. Roy L. Davis said "(.he Presbyterian church has been nccused in the pas* of being on the side of management." , He said this was because "our churches are made up of people on the side of management," and added: "As more or less a class church, whether we like it or not, we are liable to find it difficult to maintain a true Christian balance in our thinking and our sympathies "We need to concern ourselves more about the men who toil." Mr. Davis did not say what specific labor-management problems lie had in mind. The Synod, governing body of the church, went on record in opposition to the advertising or alco- i hfilic beverages on radio or tele- People Sit in Cold Stadium; Act Ends for Nixon as They Expect vision, Kim Hedrick of Warren was nominated for moderator, tantamount Lo election at the closing session. He won't ti^ke office until the actual election at Batesville next year. WIIEELNO, W. Va. '.Tl — The :>cop!e sat in a cold stadium, chilled by a damp wind, knowing low this story would end. They knew that In (he .final act Ike Eisenhower would stand wilh Dick Nixoti as his running mate on the GOP ticket. But this was the dnunn of political history. It Jiad to be played to ils last emotional scene. The audience wanted lo see it acted oui. The final act began when Eisenhower left his special irain here last night to drive to the Wheeling Airport on the top of Cherry Mountain near the city. He wns going to meet Sen. Richard M. Nixon of California who hud been under lire because he accepted an $18,000 expense und uumtled by wealthy Cnlilor- ians. Some -said ii was "morally i Professor Has Long Walk on Old Trail WASHINGTON f/n _ A white- hatred, bearded retired college professor, George P. Miller. 72, is back home after a 2,025-tnile hike from Georgia to Maine along the Apala- chian Trail. He started the walk at Mt. Oglc- thorpe, Ga., April 18 and recently finished up at the summit of Mt Kalahdin, Me. He averaged 15 miles a day. On the trip he .suffered a cut leg, a sprained knee and sevcra Falls. His shoes were resoled three times. "I have no more plans for hiking the rest of my life," said the slim and wiry professor. He \vaU:e< from Missouri to New York City h 1013 when he was only 33. KELLEY'S / These END-OF-THE-MONTH-SPECIALS are not special purchases, hut come from our regular stock. They consist of some broken sizes and several numbers in full size runs ... as in the past, "a special from Kelley's is really a special." Don't miss out .. . come early! MEN'S SHOES Take your choice of over 200 FAIRS of Full Shoes . . . priced low for Friday anil Saturday OXT.V! You'll find many licltcr JARATAX shoes in tills Ing group. Sizes B tn 12 anil we have plenty S'.s, 8!4's, 9's nml OM'.s. Some H and C width loafers included. Suedes: blue and grey . . . crepe soles and sott leather black shoes for 'Top." vrong." Others A few hour Ouly those in the car behind saw him. Tlu'V :;i ;w Mamie put lier arm iirnuml him. She drew him lo her. And for a brief few moments K!H> held him close. | Thru :i nowcl .started toward ' their car, KLscnlmwer straightened' up. When Niy.ij,'* plane huided, the nmeral stepped out of his car ami sirndp bcuvecn tiimrib; to the ship. Ho Ff:i(i to :i u aide: "I'nl Mamie in another i-ar. I want to ride into town with ])ick." He walked up tho Tittup Into Nixun'.s pi;mc- ami there was a tc.irlul greeting between the two men — a brit'i moment of emotion in i he sirahi of u grinding cnm- <'.nr,e from the plane try The crowd cheered Its 1 of Nixon. They posed, j have, oilier, for the ower Jinrl told ji truinside defended it. j pIioiuKraplH-rs. Thou tliuy hurried u-lier, Klsra- | into nil ainnnxiliile and sUirtcd for the st.idti'tn. M:«mii« sat in iinolhnr car W i t ji Ni X(>n -, s W ife T»;it. When the curs rolled into Muni- ipnl SUulunn, iNJ>:un knew tlie i;t'ii- osc with him that lie had miule enil's drei'iir.n — thnt In 1 wns to ip Ins mind to beep Nixon as his :.stay on the lU-kel. But he Mild lit? unninf; iivate. j cixln'l e;n c; tn Kny anyt'iin^ -- he | \vanlod it to come from Eisenhower. t [) whistle stop In West Virginia r l«t Nixon u'sis the victim of a! 'smear." He left no doubt amon;;' hose with him that lie hurt made form Intently watering; th« general. Mrs. Elsenhower wU near him with a emilo on her fnoo. And beside her Mr«. Ninon listened with intense concentration. Eisenhower said: "Lndtes and gciittemen, my colleague in this political campaign has been subjected to n very unfair and vicious attack. So far fls I am concerned, he has not only vindicated himself, but 1 feel he bus acted nn a man of courage iuid honor. . . ." Anil he told them that the GOP National Committee — lliose members who rould he reached — had voted 107 to 0 to keep Nixon on tiie ticket as tbe GOP vice presidential candidate-. Thnt was it. Tim I was the decision the people had been waiting to hear, Then Nixon spoke. He said: "I want you to know that- Ihis is probably Die Bi'entesl mom:nt of niy lile. The man whom I think will nuke Hie greatest presidettt we had in many, many years has stood before this audience find has said we are going to stand lo- Ejether in this fight for the prim; lilt's in which all Americans be lieve." The flnnl act was ended. Teachers Group Asks Equality In Income Tax Exemptions LITTLE ROCK (/!•) — Equality in federal Income lax exemptions for retired teachers wns asked yesterday by tho SouOinrn Conference on Teacher Retirement. T)ie request was directed to the National Education Association upon adoption of a resolution urging the aclion to make their exemptions llio some as oilier retired groups, Officials from IB southern states attended the conference which closed here yesterday. The group also asked that: 1. Knch state help seek an answer to the reciprocity problem of toaoh- ers moving from state to state. 2. The National Council on Te*- C'lier Retirement make a continuing study on vested rlfihts of member* of teacher retirement systcmz, The group also was told by Congressman Brooks Hays (D-Ark.) (hat Social Security should fe* j supplement to rracher retirement plans and not a move to replace them. N. O. Kimljler of Frankfort, Ky., was named chairman of the conference. He succeeds Charles P. Allen or I.Htlc Rock. The 1953 meeting will be held in Frankfort. Motorcade Follows Ike A mo'orcane followed Eisen- lowcr out of Wheeling up the wincing mountain road to the airport. As tiie general's aulomo'.'ile cntne o a halt, he suddenly leruri-d over •*nci laid his head on the shoulder of his wife Mamie. Do impatiently The The c r o w li .^at through Eisenhower's F.ppltui-je w:;-; wvk r.ii The people were waiti net. Nixon sat on (lie speaker's plat* FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? t-'ASTF.ETH. en Improved pow lie bprltikltd on upper or lower holds false teeth more firmly In ptncr l>o not slide, slip or rock No gummy : •;cxx.'y. pusty rnstc or reeling FAS TEETH Is alkaline uinn-aciai Due.'? tioi four. Checks "pinto odor" ide (3rerah). Out FASTEETH at any BEGINNING SEPT. 28 A change in schedules of certain Frisco passenger trains will be made effective Sept. 28, J952. Kor complete information ask your Frisco Ticket A^cnt. COME EARLY — YOU'LL WANT SEVERAL PAIR! 1 Group Ladies' Loafers Reg. 6.95 Value! Available in Green & Beige Combinations. Sizes •1 to 10 in A A and B Widths. 2 90 1 Group Brown & Black Ladies' LOAFERS Values to 7.95 4 90 I Group Beige Crepe Sole Ladies' Loafers Also Com!;. Stvles! 3 90 MEN'S BOOTS 12" Black Engineer Boots . . . one of the vc ry best! A regular $16.95 Value! BOYS' SHOES 3" Loa f ers and Dress Shoes in Broken Sizes. Values up to $7.95. Only 1 GROUP MENS' SHOES This group includes sharp styles in .Tarman Shoes and our holler dress shoes. Wing-Tip?, Scotch Groins, Plain and Moc Toes. You'll find values up to SH.95! 9 90 Prices Good Fri. & Sat Only! DON'T MISS THIS BIG EVENT! KELLEY'S 'Tour Friendly Shoe Store" DrciTuj Jewflrv Co., BlvthcviHc, Ark. t"cloied find » i a , n poymonl. Pl«a s , Csmepd _ th« tpccial prico of only i?.^5 I *n'^ * balanc. 50t we»Uy. LA YAW AY NOW FOR Meet Breif MS . . . Wear Diamonds STORES IN MEMPHIS, ftUTHCVIUI AMI lYEftSIURI FREEC

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