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April 21, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1954 (ARK.) COURIER NEW8 PAGE SEVEN Ex-Red Petrov Accused Of Theft of Large Sums By Russian Embassy CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Soviet Embassy accused its fugitive third secretary, Vladimir Petrov, of stealing "large sums" of embassy funds by forgery today and de manded that Australia hand him over as a criminal. In a note to the Australian government, the embassy said Petrov's story of a widespread Soviet spy plot in this country was without foundation and the mass of "espionage" documents he had given Australian authorities might be forgeries. Petrov turned himself over to the Australian government early in April and was granted political asylum. Parliament authorized a royal commission to investigate his story of large-scale Soviet spying and the large mass of date he brought with him from the embassy, but Prime Minister Robert G. Menzies said top security officials were convinced his account was authentic. Contradiction The Soviet Embassy made pub- lic an "unofficial translation" of its note to the Australians. It said Petrov had charge of embassy supply affairs. This contrasted with Menzies' previous announcement that he was the chief in Australia for the MVD, the Soviet secret police. The government has surrounded Petrov with a strong cloak of police secrecy since his switch to the West and security police have been questioning him constantly. Soviet Ambassador N. I. Generalov had charged previously that the Australians kidnaped him, Two Commonwealth security officers also were questioning Petrov's wife today in Darwin, where she left a Europe-bound plane yesterday morning to join her husband in exile. McCarthy-Army (Continued from Page 1) times with McCarthy, has been supported by President Eisenhower. * * • . .Boy M. Cohn, McCarthy subcommittee's chief counsel: Now 27. Cohn is a trial lawyer with a gift for taking cross-examination. Gobn won his law degree from Coltmibki University Law School ki New York City at the age of 36, and had to work as a law c4e** Mflttl he was old enough, at 31, to be admitted to the New Torit Bar. 'Hie de-y he became a lawyer on Jifey 27, 1946, Cohn also be- ca«*« an assistant U.S. attorney in. New York ... In September 16&2 became an assistant to the attorney general here. He joined the subcommittee staff Jan. 14, 1466, as the chief counsel. Cohn was a member of the staff prosecuting the atomic spies, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were convicted and electrocuted last slimmer . . . Also helped prosecute other cases involving subversion. A slim man. with sleek almost black hair, Cohn often presents a Deceptive appearance of unsure nervousness. But in jousts with witnesses and opposing counsel he is swift in speech, impatient in manner, and an expert on scornful jibes. A bachelor, Cohn commutes by air between his New York City home and Washing-ton. • * a . Asst, Secretary of Defense H. Strove Hansel: A tall, bald, big man with the quizzical manner of lawyers, he is slow to anger but sharp of words •when wrathful . . . Accused McCarthy of "bare-faced lies." Hensel has been in government since 1941, when he organized the Navy's procurement legal division, then became Navy general counsel ... Held various other government legal posts until he was nominated to be general counsel of the Defense Department last July . . . Recently became assistant secretary of defense for international security matters (foreign aid). Now 52 years old, a native of Hoboken, N.J., he has been a member of two big New York law firms, first with Cravath, Degersdorff. Swain and Wood, then with Milbank. Tweed and Hope. He is Francis P. Carr, McCarthy subcommittee chief of staff: Carr, 37, is a quiet, roly-poly figure who came to the subcommittee with a reputation as an able FBI agent specializing in tracking down subversives. In 11 years with the FBI, Carr rose to head the security squad of its New York City office . . . Was virtually drafted by McCarthy to become chief of staff of the investigations subcommittee late last summer. Carr is married, the father of three children. * • * John G. Adams, counselor of the Department of the Army: A tense, intent man who works grimly at a job, Adams favors incisive language . . . Has once before been the target for complaints from Capitol Hill. He was accused of refusing to allow Air Force transportation home for some Congress committee members who were in the Middle East. He served as chief clerk of the Senate Armed Services Committee when Republicans held power in Congress in the 80th Congress ... A native of Ashland, Ky., bu-t later a resident of South Dakota . . . Married, father of one daughter. Adams first went to the Pentagon in 1949 as an attorney adviser in the office of the Defense Department counsel, then became deputy general counsel, serving until he was appointed the Army's No. 1 lawyer last October. * * • Pvt. G. David Schine: Schine and Roy Cohn, both 27. have been friends since 1952. It was Cohn who got him appointed in February 1953 as a nonsalaried special consultant to the investigations subcommittee on Communist matters, a position he held until drafted last November . McCarthy sent the two on a trip to Western Europe in the spring of 1953 to search for evidence of ommunist subversion of U.S. overseas propaganda and information facilities there . . . They were accused by the foreign press of brash and unfriendly conduct . . . Cohn and Schine insisted they had done a proper job. Schine is a tall, quiet young bachelor, Harvard University - educated. His family is wealthy, owns a chain of hotels ... No one aas publicly accused Schine of asking his friends to intercede for him. Two-Headed Baby Dies At Age 4 Months WASHINGTON. Ind. (/P) _ Indiana's two-headed Hartley baby. which has survived nn attack of a pneumonia, died yesterday of a respiratory ailment. The baby was 4 months and 9 days old. T -'-i' fatal ilhv'ss developed sud- donlv. \vtth a temperature of iof> drum's the baby was rushed 13 miles from its home at Petersburg t" the Daviess County Hospital, where it was born Dec. 12. The hospital said both heads were when ;t was admitted. The weaker side died first, the other 15 minutes later. The baby, child of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hartley, had two heads, two SHS of shoulders, four arms, three lui'.Rs. two hearts and two stomachs. Below the waist it had a single body. POCKETFUL OF SAFETY—Worn like a hearing aid, this experimental radio developed by J. J. Suren, left, and W. F. Chou, Is designed primarily for civil defense usage. It is tuned to a single broadcast frequency and will be used by radio stations in broadcasting civil defense messages to the public. Use of germanium devices, instead of conventional radio tubes, enables the radio to operate on two small dry cells for more than a month before battery replacement According to the Syracuse, N. Y.» manufacturer, the radio needs more study before it can b« mass produced. THIS FAMILY GOBOWS DETROIT (/P)—On her 90th birth- ray Mrs. Minnie Weitzel looked back at her motherhood of two families of nine children each. She had nine children by her first husband, who left her a widow in 1913. Then she married Martin Weitzel, a widower, who also had nine children. "It was like starting motherhood all over again," said Mrs. Weitzel. She now has almost 140 descendants and would like to have 180. She said: "That will be 10 times the children I had. 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SHIPPEN Continued from Page 1 to collect. • * * The houw is truly a lumberman's paradise and is a' living monument to a man who was prominently Identified with the lumber business. He was a worthy resident of Osc- eo lu during the years he lived here and scattered all over town are houses built out. of lumber Mr. Shippen coodled, because the timber from his will meant as much to him ns the timber that went into buildiriK the White House. There Is nothing which adds so much to the prestige of a town, in the estimation of strangers as act- ive woman's club one that its president on down to th« junior department that its members are striving to make * club a living example fcr tht generation! wbo are to follow. Without women like Mrs. Ship- pen.to keep trudging along, a club would soon fold up. I predict a big increase in che Progressive Club's membership during the coming year with it's ne'v president who has come up th« hard way. 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