The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 13, 1952 · Page 7
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August 13, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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BAT, AWJOTT «, Ml Communist Plot To Infiltrate Boy Scouts Is Bared Sworn Testimony It Made Public by SenaU Investigator* Bv 0. MILTON KELLY WASHINGTON M>, _ A commu- mst scheme to Infiltrate the Bov Scout movement and feed Its youngster - members "communism "i'h sugar coating" was described m sworn testimony rmde public today by Senate investteators. The Internal security subcommittee m a.report to the Senate termed It part ot a Moscow-inspired plan Ranchhand, 78, Held in Sex Slaying of Young Babysitter SANTA ANA, Calif. <#>-Wil!1am f. Rupp Jr., 18-year-old ranchhand captured after a five-day hunt, wax booked on suspicion of murder today In the sex killing of a 15-year- old babysitter. Orange County Sheriff's Deputy Jess Buckle said the youth, admitted shooting Ruby Ann Payne last Friday after she resisted him. He surrendered without a struggle shortly before midnight after being recognized ordering food in a cafe at Brea. about 15 miles north of here near the Los Angeles County line. Young Rupp was employed as a beekeeper at the ranch of Harry Dyer of Yorba Linda, whose chll- W. C. Field's Liquor to warp generations of teen-afters! - -••,-to the Kremlin's views. In the! Stock Will Not Go s.hools. collets, churches and, T~ T j *-i n/. , To Teetotaler Widow youth organizations. "I can conceive of few greater crimes," said Sen. McCar'rnn (DN=v), the subcommittee chairman in a prepared statement re!e3«»d with the report.. MCarran now~ Is in Reno, NEV. The report inlurirs a transcript nf • sworn testimony given last March 5^ by Harvey M. Matiuow of Dayton i O.. a self-styled former Communist' now an aeent of the Ohio Commission on Un-American Activities The hearing was brh'ind closed doors. One Effort Falls Matusow, said the Communists, sfter a futile effort in the. 1930<i to undermine the Scout movement, switched to the infiltration p! H n under which they hoped to mix dren Miss Payne was watching when fatally shot with a 22-coli- ber rifle. The ranchand was the object of an intensive search throughout Southern California since the girl's body was found with her clothes partially ripped off, apparently the victim of a sex attack. Two Brea policemen took Rupp Into custody approximately 10 miles from the ranch. Earlier last night his abandoned car was found. A cali'^r rifle, its chamber Jammed was inside. Lawrence Echines. a cafe em- ploye, recognized the bearded and unkempt youth when'he walied in and ordered two hamburgers. Sen. M'Clellan Is 'Humble' In Victory LITTLE ROCK. Aug. John some McClellan. t target lor Oov. McMsth'i Jharpest barbs In the recent gubernatorial campaign, tonight said he was "humble and reverent in victory." While McClellan wasn't seeking ollice. It »-aa speculation that had McMath won a third term In the governor's office, he would oppose McClellnn In the 1954 Sennle race. McClellan had supported Francis Cherry, the new Democratic nominee /or governor. "I am now. as I a ways have been, with the verdict ot the people ot my state." said McClellan. "There- agents • among the .secret Red Scouts. "Now they are apparently attempting to Infiltrate the Boy ScoutE, rather than set up an opposing organization?" he was asl^d by Donald D. Connors.a subcommittee investigator. "Yes." the witness replied. "I might cite the example of Don West." Matusow said, naming West as a Baptist clergyman and Communist organizer in Georgia who formerly lived at. Bethel. O. LOS ANGELES «>) — \v C Field's widow, an admitted teetotaler, Isn't going to get the SI 533 stock of lirjuors the comedian had at the time of his death Christmas D.iy, lute. Mrs. Harriett V. Fields laid claim to the liquor by virtue of the previous court order that gave her half of Fields' $171.428 estate ( Otner heirs maintained, however that the widow already had her half. The court yesterday ordered Fields' former agent. Charles Byers, and a brother. Walter Field' to divide the liquors that hart been stored in Byers' cellar alter the comic entered a sanitarium a year before his death. Echines told a waitress to delay! for( "' ' let ll! ' 5 v "°lct speak with- filling the order. Then he left I ollt f " !ther comment." through a backdoor to telephone' 5 MeMnth hnd the "conll- police CJ """ u " e I dence of the penple" hut was "un- ura-r'.^^ with a hammer and shooting when I she ran from his advances He said I he'd never seen her before th-t Amer ' M n engineers recently comment. '- | pleted a 350-mile railroad in the ' Middle East, linkim; the Persia-! U.S. Solons Set For Korean Trip WASHINGTON W - A group of congressmen will leave for Korea Friday to seek answers to two of the main questions they say «re puzrJIng Iheir constituents: 1. How can the Korean cam- P." •> -<".!]<"|" 3. Is there a. shortage of American turnnumtion? The party, including nine members of the House Armed Services Committee, will return Sept. H. Y«rtftod to th* wdentgned within six (6) montru ot th« <i«t« ot tbe first publication o( thl» notice or tiiey will b« forever barred and precluded from any benefits in said estate. This notice first published this the 13 day of August. 1652. CharlM R. Moore, Administrator of the estate of Walter Ro.v? Moore, 1113 Ash Street, Blythevlllf, Arkansas H3-20 IN THE PROBATE COURT KOR THE CHICKASAwm DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF WALTER ROSS MOOHE, DECEASED NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ,M»H.\ISTlMTOR Last known address ot the decedent: 1113 West Ash Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death: August, 4. 19S2. The undersigned was appointed Administrator of the E-itate ot the above named decedent on the 12 da;- of August, 1952. All mr-Mis bavin": claii-is nqainst the e.s(.<ue must exhibit them duly COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE i« hereby given that, the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with Hie terms of a decree 1 rendered by tho Chancery Court for the Chlckasawha District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, on the 14th riay of July, 1952, wherein Referring ~to"onTo"un"Wric»n P Commission hearings. Matusow testified: "I am taking this from (he testimony of John and Martha Ertston and they stated that Mr. West had seven churches under his jurisdic- racketed the tank, broke' the"ice rovering the river, and caused the tank to sink. I,""" ~"J "" "•""•-• '"» junsnic- Reed, who hart been horerln'c lmv otanlzed In f°h S ?"» 'T" WBS ° Ver (he tank for aThour radioed organized In each of the churches, his base: "Sighted tank sanV and his plan was to indoctrinate same •• "I met him (West) at a meeting of the Communist party in 1951 " The subcommittee published photographic copies of Communist literature Matusow said was used in 1930 and later In an effort to set Up a Communist-led organization known as "Young' Pioneers" as rival .to:the Boy Scouts. "The Boy Scouts Is an oreaniza- tion for capitalist wars!" read captions emblazoned on the covers of this literature. "Smash the Boy Pcouts! Join the Youm; Pioneers!" The document was larried with slogans that "Boy Scouts ore for bosses' wars" and "Bov Scouts take part In murder of striking workers." Israel Report-s Flying Saucer JERUSALEM WV-Tsrael got Into the flying saucer act today" The Jerusalem Post reported that a resident of Haifa had spotted a bright green elliptical object with a hroad, rapidly revolving belt around its middle flying through the sky. Rhee Inauguratio To Be Tomorrow PUSAN, Korea OT _ President Syngman Rhee will be Inaugurated for a second term tomorrow in the old capital of Seoul. At the ;ame time, south Koreans will observe the fourth anniversary of the republic and the seventh year of independence from Japanese rule. p/Cotocvsei fe"., VOU WEVER CAW GET ANYTHIH6 FOR A SOWG - YOU ALU/AVS HAVE TO &VE AT LEAST A PEW MOTES FOR IT You'll sing wilh satisfaction, once you learn ahoul the fine service al THOMPSON Credit JEWELER. Give us a trial real soon! T CREDIT JEWEIER5 f-no<r* t cptPir ten ice At Pf--p. f BV LOCAl ffCP.f GIFTS 114 W. MAIN Men Wins DFC; 'Sank a Tank' WITH irmi CORP.-: Korea UP,— Lt. James F. Reed, Tulsa, Okla.. has been awarded the Distinguished Plying Cross for sinking a Red tank. . The loth Corps said todav ™---"^ pil.-' ' on a — an Army observation plane. )cccmber directed artillery fh'e Communist tank crossing rossng a frozen Driver. Three artillery rounds WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Cblcka- sawba District, Mississippi County. Arkansas. Shirley Snyder, Jr., Ptf. TO- No. , • DolUe Snyder, : Dft. The defendant, Dollie Snyder. Is hereby %varned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Shirley Snyder. Jr. Dated this 21st day of July, 1952. Harvey Morris. Clerk . By Anita Sykes, D.c. Fietz and McAdams, attys for ptf. H. G. Partlow, atty. ad Iltcm 7-23-13 The claws of the California con- rtor, which has the widest wing span of any North American bird, are so weak it can scarcely walk on them. The bird needs a lurching run or a sharp cliff to make a good takeoff. 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Burnett, Judy Burnett, et al were defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest nnd best bidder, for cash, on a credit of three months, at the south door of the court house, between the hours prescribed by law, In the City of Bly- thevllle, Arkansas, on tho 301h day of August, 19.M, the following real estate, to wit: Lot Two (2) of the re-plat of Lots T«TOty-two (22). Twentythree 123) and Twenty-four (24) of Irregular Lots in the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest. Quarter (NW-1 NW'i) of Section Sixteen <16). Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Eleven (11) East. Snld sale will be bad to satisfy SEVEN said d«;re4 In thn sum of $10«».25, with interest on J7.T44.M there- ol from the date of said decree at 4Vi per cent per annum, and with merest on »2,10533 thereof from the ctate of said decree at 4 per cent per annum; nnd costs. 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