The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 9, 1952
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THURSDAY, OCT. », 19SZ U.S. Raps Russia For Ousting Envoy WASHINGTON OR — The United 6tat** rapped Russia last night lor ousting American Ambassador G*org« F. Kennan and for "systematically" keeping foreign en- CENTURY SMOKER - Maximilian von Stephany, of Milwaukee, Wis., puffs one of his weekly ration of 200 cigarets, to ccle- brale his 100 th birthday. The centenarian, who says he has no secret for longevity, loves good food find drink, and imbibes quantities of coffee lie came to the United States from Berlin, Germany, in 1880. May Author Be Deported LOS ANGELES W) _ Reuben Ehip, who wrote the "Life of Riley" radio £how for seven years, may be deported to his native Canada under the McCarran Act. He was named by two witnesses who testified before the House Un- American Activities Committee here last week. They identified him as a member of a Communist radio, worker*' -on j n Hollywood." Ship refused to answer questions before the House Un-American Activities Committee here a year ago. He rtiri ten the committee that he came to the United States in 1944 but never became a citizen, but h« declined to say whether he had ever beer, a member of the Communist party. Immigration officers booked him at ths county jail yesterday. He was released later on S5.000 bond. The McCarran Act provides !or deportation of aliens who are found to be members of the Communist party.). voys In Moscow from contacts with the Russian people. A new American note to the Kremlin said the Imposing ol restrictions on foreign diplomats "grossly violate* the traditions and customs In international Intercourse developed over genera* tions." It said nothing, however, about retaliation ami authorities forecast that the Truman administration will leave it up to the new president to decide whether to expel Soviet Ambassador-Genrgl N. ZaruWn or hit back in any other way. , The note replied to the Oct. ? Soviet demand for the recall of Kennan on the ground that he voiced "slanderous attacks hostile to the Soviet Union." Kennan had said In Berlin Sept. 19 that an American's, life- i :; Moscow Is not much different from the experiences of American diplomats interned in Germany after Pearl Harbor. The Soviet demand meant that Kennan, then in Geneva, could not return to the Moscow post he had filled less than five months. The State Department told Moscow that "Ambassador Kennan's statement accurately and in moderate language described the position of foreign diplomats accredited to the Soviet government." The ao-ivord message, delivered to the foreign olfice by Counselor Elim O'ShauKhnessy, concluded by saying the U. S. government rejected the Soviet charges against Kennan. Although tlie administration R\I- paremly has decided against hit- tin!? back by other than verbal means. Secretary of State Acheson said yesterday that the U. S. Is continuing to examine "all as- pecls of our relations with the Soviet Rovernmnl." He said this in a message to Sen. Knou-land IR-Califi who had urged the expulsion of Zaruein and withdrawal of the recognition of the Soviet regime which tile United States extended in 1933. Overthrow Plot Found in Bolivia LA PAZ. Bolivia MV-Police announced the arrest last night of a number of former Army officers and civilians, charging them with participation In a plot against the government. The announcement did not say how may were arrested and gave no other details./ STATE NAME FUND FOR STEVENSON AND SPARKMAN «atft»» contritmUd Five Dollars ($5»> lo the (lection tt Ad!»i E. Stntntoa j Join J. Spwlnun •> Prnidtnl tnd lniledSbte of Amelia *£ nl^;,£ >U h9 0 CAMPAICNINC-Beardsley Ruml, father of the. pay-a.-you-go withholding for £?i. fi C , h . alrm 1 n ., 0 ' . th « Democratic fund-raising campaign, has come up with a unique plan iwav w?»«? w c ° mn ?- U "°? '° th t party ' s war <*"'• In ""«• he « X P«' S . »"* «chcme will do Entitled ^(K, »' ?°<r, /°f VT r ' Ch met)i Re P roduced ^ove '« «« receipt each $5 donor will get. Entitled (Name of State) Fund to, Stevenson and Sparkman," It attests thai h 8 has contributed S3 to the election of Stevenson and Sparkman. On the reverse side is reproduced > hand-written ^ H ,1 aP r, eC ' a '° n • Sig ? ed by Adlal Sleve " s °"- Two dollars out of each five collected rmaln" U e star. B irT'S" ons ', the ° th " thr « K° in « '"'<> W«°<<»1 campaign expenses. Because of tha late start, Ruml only hopes for about one million dollars this year, bui thinks thai at the next election, . full three million dollars can be raised for esch party with $5 contributions Kai-Shek Hears 66th Birthday Confident of Return to China By SPENCER MOOSA TAIPEH. Formosa (/Pi — Chiang Kai-shek is approaching- his C6th birthday still as confident as ever that hi* forces will one day return triumphant to the lost China mainland. Friends say the generalissimo is gradually delegating more authority to others, particularly to younger men. He is devoting more time to key persons he regards as future administrators of mainland China. The Chinese Nationalist president will be 66 on Oct. 31. Although he discourages them, preparations are being marie throughout free China to celebrate the occasion. His next birthday will be the third Chiang will have spent on this! island bastion since quitting the mainland. The generalissimo, who is generally called simply "The 'Simo." Is in very good health. He lives a ' spartan lite and despite his years, still works about 15 hours a day. Close associates say the years have mellowed him. He is considered "more understanding and more philosophical." Chiang eats simple food. He neither drinks nor smokes. 'Walking is one of his favorite pastimes. He reads a lot with strong preference for biography and history Chiang, a Methodist, is National- ist China's leading Christian and a regular church-goer. No matter how busj* he is, he never misses his pre- breakfast period of meditation and Bible reading. Stanwyck Denies She and Husband May Reconcile HOLLYWOOD, «|—Barbara Stan- wyck denies there is any truth to rumors that she and Robert Taylor are about to become reconciled—even though they were seen holding hands at Giro's Tuesday night. ' Miss Stanwyck, divorced from Taylor early this year, said yesterday that the hand - holding "doesn't mean a thing except that «'e remain good friends." "There has been no talk whatever of remarriage," she told a newsman. As /or Taylor, his studio said he had no comment. RAF Lists Three Dead in Crash INVERNESS, Scotland f/n — The Royal Air Force today officially your new listed three at its airmen killed and 11 others believed dead in (lie crash- al a four-engine Shackleton plane in the sea oft Northern ScdtJand. The Coa&tal Command plane was engaged In air-sea firing practice when it crashed into the water yeiterrlny near Tarbnt Ness. Three bodies were foxind amid floating wreckage. Prote of UN Activities " Starts Monday SALT LAKE CITY W>>—The TJ. S. Senal* Tntcrnnl Security Committee will open a proba Monday in New York into possiblo subversive influences of persons connected with the United Nations. Sen. Pat McCnrran (D-Nev) announced plans for the probe last night at a meeting in his honor give by the American Coalition of Patriotic Societies. Oardner Osi>orne of Now York, president, of (lie organization, presented him with a medal and scroll for his work in "promoting Arner- icanicM-. find national security." 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