The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1952 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN McCarran's Committee ]ly JOHN 1 OIIADWIC'K WASHINGTON — Chairman scoiv.s of plants rrilically needed in the defence effoj L Move From One (o Other lie alsn said Unit several of those McCarrnn (D-Ncv) of t)i<> Henri! Internal security BUbrommit too said today even a few Com-1 named as Communists In the hcnr- munlsls In labor union t<"«dor.<.!i,]i j in;;.',' lire or have been nt-llve In posts can disrupt defense produc-1 olhrr unions ami appear to be l0 "- j "professional agitators in o v I n if Mccnrran's statement accompanied the subc-cmrr.'tteo's publication of testimony th;u Communists U'<?re .icim; In various' Joculs of the United Klerti ie.il. Radio ntiil Machine Workers of America (U.K.) j;i (lie Cleveland, O-, HUM. Almost all of ilu> testimony uiimii t'.ie muclt-lnvcsliiisitcd u. F:.--excelled from t!ie CIO on grounds it was Communist-run—was Inker) lit public hearings In Cleveland last Apri!. The subcommittee's report listed nine persons who, it said, are active i;r tire U, E. in tiro Cleveland area and who, it atlded, were Identified in the hearings us Communists. Krtelr of them refused (o «n- swer questions nbout Communist party membership or activity. They said that to do so might Incriminate them. McCarrnn said that from one Ktun to another, from one union to another n:i Communist party requirements dictate." "If would seem obvious that such people owe no allegiance to the union or la its members but only to (he C'ommunist party," McC'ar- liin said. "To inein. the union Is nothing more than an actual or potential Implement of column- Two organizers for Local 735, U. l-l. iu Cleveland, were questioned at close-door hem-Ings here about testimony identifying; them n:> Communists. They were I'anl .1. Shenard and James K. Marino. Both declined to answer numer- con- pos- ous questions, invoking tlielr stiuilioniU privilege against sible Hclf-liUTiminatlon. Siiepnrd wns asked If he ever had In "only a very small percentage of the union membership Is tainted with communism" but that tho lew who are have positions enabling them "to disrupt the operations of probably Cleveland Mint he was n Commu- ' BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MOKDAT, OCTOBER 80, '" nisi. He .s;il<l he had. "VVns thai truthful when you snid tll.it?" he v:ns linked. Slicpiird re fused to nnswer, contending Hint he nilghl ineriminute himself. Egyptian Underground Formed To Fight British Domination CAIRO, Egypt. MP)-An c.'Lll(d former colonel In Jordan's Arr.b Legion says "liberal" Legion officers have formed an underground Rroup lo fight "Hrltlsh domination" of their country, nnrt the Legion's IJritish commander, Brit'. .John Glubb Pnsha. In the ralcsllne War, likened bis llnderRrnund milt to the K«vpti:m Army group Hint overthrew Egvnl's Kim; Fnrotik. •'Murrnl officers and strong pol ItJnal opposition fire leagued ngnlnsl (he liritlsh-conlrolled administration under Premier Hurts," said The report came from Col. All- [ ™' "*"»« <hat "It Is hl K 'h time dullnh e! Tel, who fled to Cairo June. 19-10, and Inter wns sentenced to death in absentia by Jordan for allegedly nEsistlng In the plot thnt ended In the assassination of Kiiic • Abdullah. Tel said he and the officers, nlong with sympathetic Jordnn politicians, had sent nine demands to Premier Twefik Pnsha Abul Hutls. These Included expulsion of Olubb Pnsha and other British officers of the Legion, inauguration of land reforms antl n cleanup of alleged government corruption. The colorful colonel, who commanded the Arab Legion unit which captured the Old city of Jerusalem for the liberation of Jordan throufh n movement similar lo those which have occurred in other Arab stales such as Syrin. Lebanon antl Eirypt." He refused to disclose the identities of the other dissident, ofilcers siiyinc Olnbli would take reprisal-, ngninsl them. The demands which Tel said the uroup hart made on tlin government also Included renlaccrnent of the "rmmllinthiu" Hrillsh cash subsidy to Jordan, reportedly $22,400,000 n year, by similar grants from the Arab League ami abolition of defense regulations which Tel said" Klve Olubb power to jail without trial any persons suspected of tinti- British sentiments. FOP-BILLING THIS TIME-Adla, Stevenso t-,rover Cleveland campaigned tor the nresidr 1802, when Reds' Say Allies She!fed Peace -, . jmesseij ret Customs Agents Confiscate 111 Pound Parley Site Of Narcotics from British Tanker PHILADELPHIA Vn—U.'S. Customs agents swarmed aboard (lie British oil tanker Silverdatc when she docked here yesterday nnrt confiscated 111 pounds of opium- valued at more than one million dollars on the narcotics black market. Michael J. Bradely, collector of MUNSAN. Korea l.fl—The Com- nnmislT today accused tlio Allies of shellim; the neutral Pnnnimijdm armistice talks site yeslenlay. The U.N. Command did not Africon Police Quell Race Riot PORT ELIZABETH. South Africa (if) — Heavily armed polite rinr-erl New Brighton Township loilay (' o i- loiving n-cek-end rtots which left l II persons dead, at least 27 injured nnd great property damaia- in the the Porl of I'hilailelphln who led the raid, sniil two ChlllMc crewman were arrested and churned wllli nttemiitlus ( 0 sinuate and IKBSCS- sion of narcotics. Thy are Ah Tay a seaman, mid Choy I'CHR. n fire- »-<•. man. Two other mr-mbnrs, also Chi- I\SW neso. are belnif held for qncstlim- ! F% If t ins. Bradley said. i rlf&f ISh<»r Tile ]inrt co'.lentnr Jairl (:apl n ! n. Edftnr found 511 pounds of orvium ' diirmi: liie List Irrr of the voyav- and placed It in l.is safe. ' ' I Bradley's men Were alerted b> a 1 radio mussairc from the Silverdalcl on Saturday and were stationed on the pier when the ship dnrkecl. Brmlley declined to romrnent on reiiorts lh.it some of tin- crew wen- iimi" uiul had atle] NKW ORLEANS M'l - Funeral services for Leonard K. Nicholson rhalrinnii ot the board of the Tints-Picayune P[ib!Isliin a Comiia- ny. will lie held today. Nlp.lwlson. 71, tiled here early vesterday. He liad born in failins lu'.i!!!i for some mouths. At the time of his denlli. he l-"-'d"(l tin' comiranv which pub- ilisbes tlir morning Times-Picayune i and tiie afternoon New Orlcan? A giraffe can run at the rale of more than 30 miles an hour. MORE POWERFUL WITH 2 YEAR WBJTTEH GUARANTEE Rebuilt with Capifol Parts "See if Ocfober 23rd s Jap Minister Wont Reveal Campaign Fees TOKYO UPl — Foreign Minister Katsuo Oka/akI refused today for n second lime to report to police headquarters to explain his campaign expenses In the Oct. ] neneral elections. He said "pressure of stale affairs" prevented his Appearance. Police yesterday arrested two influential members of Prime Minister- Slrigeru Voshlda's Liberal party, members of the Diet (parliament). Yonezo Maeda. 70, prewar commerce and Industry minister, was allowed to go home after nearly 12 hours of questioning. Police doctors said lie was ill. Tomejlro Okuoo, 65 prewar mayor of Tokyo! was still in custody. Six other Liberals and one Progressive party Diet member have been arrested on similar charges since. Japan's election laws limit expenditures to about si.OOO for each candidate. Okubo and Macrta are accused of spending $H 000 to $'J8 000 each. Children Rescued By Coast Guard BriADENTON, Flu. (ff) _- The Coast Guard early today rescued 40 children stranded since yesterday afternoon when a pleasure"boat ran awround. The boat, Hanger II, struck a standbar at the mouth of the Manatee River In Tampa Bay on the West Coast of f'lorida. The children and five adult chaperones—all from St. Petersburg— spent anxious hours waiting to tie rebelled while the Coast Guard rounded up small craft that could reach the boat, stranded in shallow water. More Korean Vets Returning SAN FRANCISCO W}—Two mill, tary transports, the Marine Ser- Pent with 2,537 servicemen, mo.v of them from Korea, and the Sgt Charles E. Mower from HawaH, arrive today. The Gen. Nelson M. Walker arrives tomorrow from the Par East More Prayda Claims MOSCOW «•) _ Pravda claimed today that the Japanese govern- uient Is preparing to send units 01 Its police reserve corps to fight ir Korea. STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY «HI 4MESICAH OISIIUIKG COHPAHr. 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In pioneer America i( look cash to close a husincss deal. An inconvenient way, of course, hut it certainly was safe, for with families (recking across the country credit was an almost impossible thing to check. But now, with our modern hanking system, business deals are made easier and more convenient. A check is enough to close the biggest, or even the smallest of deals .... and then act as legal proof of payment. THE FARME BANK & TRUST COMPANY The Oldest Bank In Mississippi County "TtMK TRIED _ PANIC TICSTKD" I'.D.l.C.—SIO.OOO Kach Deposit Member Federal Reserve System

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