The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1952
Page 9
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•AT, VK. S, BLTTHTTTLLB (AVK.f OOTTOTd KWV PA9B State Department Disagrees With Jury on UN Red Problem i <• , • ' • i • •no* Jury sad *4 SUt* Depart- BMOt • ibew*d apparent dlsagree- KMai today ov» ju*t bow much tfc* 4«p«rtnMnt !• doing to help fwiwt out American Redi^ on the VMUtf nation* hcadquarUrt itaff. • HM grand Wry, In a report oa*d* here jrmtcrday, said the M»t* Department gava "disloyal •MeUla a clean bill of health" in I'MB» { «("th« most flagrant and oVrtaw e*w* of disloyalty.", tTb* nport alao said the laUh Mot "stymied" the panel'* ..„ Into the matter; Last nlKhl of the Jury's members said ttwre even appeared to be stale Department pressure - to have the report withheld. ••The 'Stated-Department, in ' •Utement • Issued last night Ir Washington, >ald it had lib author t*y oVer U. N. personnel but tha It had drawn the attention ot th< V.. N. to - Americans whom i "believes to be Communists." 'In reply to the jury's contention it: withheld certain'names 'of de partment officials who reviewec and cleared four of the cases, tin < department said it did so becaus' questioning would have concerns confidential files. The grand jury report was adde fuel to the weeks-long debate ~o the question of suspected-America Communists on the U;.K.-staff. A U. S. Senate Internal.securit subcommittee, which has ben tr .vestigating .the matter, promptl made the panel's SjOOO-word repor part of it-s.own record. ,,,Sen. Herbert O'Conor .(D-Md sitting here as a subcommittee one,.said'his group -would consIde tjie report in the light of necessar legislation. ^j O'Conor took up th^ Jury's state~ ment just before the subcommittee adjourned Indefinitely its hearings here. "Definite Planned Pattern" -The federal grand jury's report,, handed up -tonJudge David .N. Edelstein, snld many disloyal Americans moved from one U. f 5. government. post to another anfl finally, infiltrated the U. N. as part of. a "definite planned pattern." .Making its report on the last day of its iiine-mohth term, the grand jiiry urged, that a new panel be ,'appolntcd to carry on Its work. ..No individuals were named' in report, which was not an Indtct- eht. The report 'made these allega- , among other•: " / .. 1. Many of th* jury's witnesses, mong them American employes the U. N., refused to answer uestloiis concerning past'or pres- rit Communist party memrjershlp nd In some cases past,or~iiresent spionage against the United iates. j; In some Instances ,"the State department did supply adveise eports against a V. S. citizen In he U.'N..but-the U. N.'failed to ake action." 3. The "infiltration" of Ameri- ans "closely -associated with the nternational -Communist: move lent" into 'the U. N. appears "Ip esult frorri the contrivance of cer- aln highly placed officials wll ave .surrounded themselves In ach (U. S.) government agency and then in the United Nations vith personnel who share their dis oyal convictions." 4. The; present 'arrangement be ween the State Department *nd n» U. N.- to exchange information b prevent U. N. employment of disloyal • Americans has "failed miserably." I - * ' , "S.. The Jurors' attempt* to discover the reason'for "misleading evaluations" by^the Stat« Department concerning-'some U. N,-env jloyes was blocked because th« 3tat« Department refused to fur ilsh the names of department per sonnel "responsible fQT the faulty evaluations." , Code Suicrtted Among Its recommendations, thi Jury..suggested that the U. S.-Vse up a code ot security rules tc which its citizens must conform before being permitted to accep employment with the U, N. or IU specialized agencies. •'. • In its statement, the .State De parlment'said In part: Th'e' Department of Slate is no Sn-a position to Instruct the Unite Nations Sccietarlat on the, appoint ment of 'any one, • riot--even American. "As/has been^disclQsedj. "v ., th of «Ut» has IdwtUkd or til* , (V. • N.)' *«cr«t«ry general U. 8. nationals on the Becretirlat •horn it believes to to Commun- iU. "to r«spous» to a request from th* (T»nd-jury, th» Department of State 'Identified for the (rand jury persons ' previously separated rom thi tj.'. N. or now suspended. cases ou^ of the 28, the de p»rtm«nt -had- m»4« an adverse comment., , . -• "Th» Department of State'did not disclose the names of people In' 'UWVdepartment :who,evaluated :he'cVses in which ho adverse com ment was made, as this could onl> result' in "their being asked wh» the'y thought of a confidential file Me ADAMS HOUSE OF FLOWERS Phaiu 45*1 1*« E. DavU • Poinsettic • Corf age* • Cyclamen*Cut Flowers Open Nights Til Christmas —something wfaleh fe*r **• •«*' authdrlied to Discuss." Lie had'no. Immediate comment on the grand' Jury report. Tlie grand Jury member who said the panel waa under pressure to delay 01 plgeonhol* Its report was Max Zimmerman, a New York trad* paper publisher. Zimmerman told newsmen the jurors . "had reasons to suspect" that'the Stat* Department, work- Ing 'through the Justice Department had started to exert pressure. , He said "Washington began to intercede" early : yesterday for some unknown reasons «nd that the juiors f became indignant and insisted on making their report "come :hell or\ high water." SEE WATER CLINIC ON Pace 9 Wagon Load of Toys and the Wagon tool Shop by phone CALL 8131 Five Piece Combination $20.31 Value Here's what you, get All-steel deluxe "Radio Flyer" coaster wagon. 71- pc. farm set—trees,'barn, implements, etc. Masonite black and white wallboard, 18x24-ir>. Roy Rogers harmonica with Id-note range. Roy Rogers holster set with 9-inch pistols. Come in and see this BARGAIN Junior's complete Christmas in one bargain bundle! Where else can you find » buy like this? SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Catalog Sales Office 217 W. Main — Blytheville or yourself! See why you can be sure you get the deal, you deserve here. See how you get more with ' Chevrolet... pay less with our low prices. ' See far yourseH .. •. ,.<.,• *- .' v \ - Trieres MO Vfolue lifea CHEVROLET Value/ THrOINAH SHORE SHOW ON TELEVISION Ev*ry T**e*ry vnd Thursday Evtntasi, NIC-TV Net*»rk Set what you gain with these Exclusive Chevrolet Features Sti what you save with the More Powerful VALVI-IN- HEAD ENGINE with Power- g/iVe Automatic Transmission A 'complete automatic power leatn . ; . .simpler, smoother Powerglide, with its own cxlra^ powerful engine. Optional on De Luxe models at extra cost. . . f SAfETY FlATt GLASS AU AROUND No other !pw-pficed car gives you safety plate glass all around ... or 'often E-Z-Eye plait glass as in extra-cost option. I BODY BY FISHI* Fisher Body i> world-famou« for smarter styling, for superior craftsmanship, for the strength and safety of Unisleel Construction. Only Chevrolet in iU field offers Body by Fisher. IARMST MAKtS Chevrolef't powerful brakes are the largest in the low-price field. Thi« m«m easier, safer stops. Bandtd brake lininp—no rivets —kst up to twice u kmg. CINTERPOISE POWK Chevrolet's great valve-in-head engine is centered, poised and cushioned in rubber by high-side mountings. Vibration and power impulses are screened out. Performance is smoother. UNMIXED KNEE-ACTION The only low-priced or to assemble and balanc* the front suspension system as a separate unit . . . one important reason, why the ride is to outstanding. WTN m,«M TIMT minium CfMf • ftl •WTOfS NTTfl H 1C*- WATS AWARDS. U2 avmreh totottinff $194,000. Com* \n far fr*« "Foch look" cortcin- Lowest-Priced Line in its Field! SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. i Be Sure to Come to Our Big FREE Water Clinic SATURDAY, DEC. 6th r Farm and Home Water Equipment Show LET US MAKE THIS TEST... / Bring a sample ot the water from your well. . . seal It in n clean pint Mason 'jar or bottle. W* will test it for hardness ... entirety without cost to you. If you have water that Is full of lime or Iron, and discoloring your fixtures. See how easy you can correct these troubles. YOU, MR, FARMER, know the importance of having on arnpl* supply of fresh, clean, drinking water for Uvt- *.tock and poultry . . . and every farm- woman knows the value of having a real "city" water supply throughout' her house. How often have you wondered how much work it would be, and how much would it cost, to equip your farm with a complete automatic pressure water system . . . with hot and cold wqter at the turn of a faucet . . . or to enlarge your present system. NOW IS THE TIME TO FIND OUT! By »p«cial arrangement. Planter* Hardware'will have a big water equipment show for you, with everything from well to. faucet to that you' can see, and plan, and compare, and get the actual costs of providing your farm and home with the most essential necessity ... RUN- KING WATER. Mr. Donald Rupp, water specialist with Perfection Equipment Co., will show you how you can put in a whole system at once, or just add a single convenience at a time, and make it all work together efficiently and be completely dependable. You'll get all th* information and help you ask for. You will be told, too, about the No-Money-Down PAY - AS-YOU - USE PLAN and how you can start NOW to live better and farm better. It's going to be an important show for you to see. DON'T MISS IT! Come early and find out all you want to know about water.' FREE PRIZES! MOVIES! FUN! Some lucky person will receive absolutely FREE a Beautiful PORTABLE ELEC.TRiC DISH WASHER. All you have to do is register, you don't have to be present at the drawing to win! 'FREE coffee and do nuts will be served s all day Saturday. FREE MOVIES at 10 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.) educational and entertaining. DON'T MISS! WATER SYSTEM F—- ,.' ?»- 1 .? - ', ,,H; -s- ; >;' . ,\ v^ ' 1 ' - ' -''1^ - "" *• r '• . % .j-'."'^ Illuslraled above is the GOULD compleU pump with air valve and built in relief valve. You'll sec it and can gel information about it Saturday at Planters Hardware. At the left is an illustration of (h* wonderful, all new, PERFECTION Water SoftntT. Ste it Saturday at Planters! See completely new bathroom fixtures on display S a (u r da y at Planters Hardware. Everything to furnish your bathroom th« modern way. 101 West Walnut Phone 457i Planters Hardware 126 W. Main Phone 4515

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