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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1954 McCarthy, Army Battle Boils Over (Continued from Page 1) material was given him by an Army intelligence officer. He refused to name the officer. The senator swore too that he had believed it was in fact a letter from Hoover to Boiling at the time he offered it to the investigating committee, but had learned after offering it that it was no a letter. He said this information came to him from Roy Cohn, general counsel to his investigating committee. He didn't say how Conn learned this. In today's exchange, McCarthy charged Symington was "trying to punish those who dare to give out information about espionage in 'secret radar laboratories" (Ft. Mon- Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton (lt:St quotation!) May 3457 3457 3452 July 3441 3447 3441 Oct 3390 3393 3389 Dec 3386 3388 3386 3452 3447 3393 3388 New Orleans Cotton May 3450 3450 3446 3446 July ........ 3440 3447 3440 3446 Oct 3391 3391 3390 339 Dec 3387 3389 3385 338 Chicago Soybeans May ... 398 400% 393% July ... 393 395% 388& Sept ... 278 279 274% NOV ... 255 256 251 Chicago Wheat May ... 202 203% July ... 199% 199% Chicago Corn May ... 153% 153% July ... 153 153 201 195% 152% 15214 394 391 \ 275 251 201 Mi 195 y 4 153% 152% New York Stocks (12:46 «««U«M«) A T and T 168% Amer Tobacco „.. 61% Anaconda Copper 36 Beth Steel 63'/ 8 Chrysler 59% Coca-Cola .t 119 Gen Electric 118% Gen Motors ..-. 71% Montgomery Ward , 60% W Y Central 22 Int Harvester 31% Republic Steel 55 Eadio- 28 Studebaker 14% Socony Vacuum 43% Standard of N J 88 1 /:, Texas Corp 70% Sears 63V. T7 S Steel 46 " Sou Pac 43ft Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. W~ (USDA)—Hogs 7,500; trade active but irregular; barrows and gilts 180-240 Ib weak, 10-15 lower; lighter weights 25 to extremes 50 lower; weights over 240 Ib steady; sows 25 lower; boars 50-1.00 lower; 180-230 Ib 26.75-27.00; sizeable number choice No. I and 2 grades 27.00; main bulk 26.75-85; 240-260 Ib 26.00-65: occasional sales 240 Ib to 26.75; 270-300 Ib 25.00-75; occasionally higher; load around 290 Ib 25.25; choice 150*170 Ib 26.2527.00; sows 400 Ib down 22.25-23.25: heavier sows 20.25-21.75; boars 16.00-20.50. Cattle 1,500, calves 900; hardly enough steers to test trend; few yearlings and steers about steady; cows opened steady to weak; some bids lower: bulls and vealers steady; small lots good to low choice steers 20.50-23.00: few good to low choice heifers and mixed yearlings 19.50-22.25; commercial and low good 16.00-19.50; utility and commercial cows 13.00-15.00; few at 15.50; canner and cutter cows 9.50-13.00; utility and commercial bulls 13.50-15.00; cutter bulls 12.0013.00; good and choice vealers 19.00-23.00; few prime 25.00: commercial and low good vealers 14.0018.00. mouth, N. J.) Symington retorted he would not take the subcommittee's time to discuss with McCobb whether "my record for building forces against Communist advances is equal or superior to his." Symington was first secretary of the Air Force and later chairman of the National Security Resources Board. Symington repeated that the letter brought out by McCarthy was "fraudulent" in that the information had been altered to make it appear as a letter when it was not. He said he did not question whether the facts in the paper were accurate. Waste of Time Ray H. Jenkins, special counsel for the investigating subcommittee, brought an end to the outburst with a demand that no fur- her discussion be permitted. He said the letter was explored fully yesterday and further /'charges | and counter-charges would be a waste of time." Before the senators dropped it, however. Symington said every effort should be made to find out who gave McCarthy the information from the FBI report. Symington said the government agencies represented on the intelligence advisory committee "may have in their midst someone who is willing to distribute secret information to unauthorized people." McCarthy rumbled that when Symington and Jackson walked out from his subcommittee las year, along with McClellan, he had considered it a loss. But now, he said, he thought th return of Symington and Jackson to the subcommittee was a loss There was no argument over McClellan's proposal to send the transcript of hearings to the Justice Department. Chairman Mundt (R-SD) said the committee already had planned to do so, but had not sent the transcripts to the department yet. McClellan proposed 'hat each transcript be sent to the Justice Department in the future as soon as it is prepared. This was part of his motion as adopted. While McClellan offered no explanations in the hearing of his rnpve, he previously had questioned whether any violation fol was involved in connection with McCarthy's receiving the FBI ma ;erial. McClellan told reporters ,hat was a matter the Justice Department should decide. McCarthy vs. Army Word Count: 432,000 WASHINGTON UP! — A rough ount of all the words that have )een said in the McCarthy-Army learings in the first 10 days adds up to 432.000. That's the total number of words significant and insignificant, pleasant and angry — that have been taken down for the record. The Associated Press has used approximately 200,000 words in reporting what has happened since the beginning on April 22. WARNING OEDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. William G. Fleming, Pltf. vs. No. 12,665 Christine Johnson Fleming, Dft. The defendant, Christine Johnson Fleming, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, William G. Fleming. Dated this 14th day of April, 1954. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Cleric. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. William S. Rader, Atty. for Pltf. James M. Gardner, Atty. Ad Litem. 4/15-22-29-5/6 Von Fleet on Tour SEOUL (#1 — Gen. James A. Van Fleet arrived today on a tour to assess U. S. military aid to South Korea, Japan and Nationalist China. The former U. S. 8th Army commander was greeted at the airport by scores of dignaitaries. including President Syngman Rhee. and 150,000 cheeriag Koreans lined the road to Seoul. Who's the Customer? MARSHALL, Mo. (>P)—A group of rural residents got together, formed a fire protection association, bought a fire truck and got ready to operate. Then a call came in. But things were delayed 15 minutes to make sure the caller was a member and deserving of the organization's help. So by the time the pumper rushed up to the farm home, volunteers had .the fire out. Cotton Carpet LOOP or TUFT 0 Per Sq. Yd. 100% Rayon-Twist YARN DYED CARPET On/y Ray's Floor Center 107 E. Main— Phone 3-8650 OUT OF THE PAST—This volume, believed to be the oldest typographic book known, probably turned out by Johann Gutenberg more than 500 years ago, Is now in New York's Pierpont Morgan Library. It's a 376-page book containing all the major masses and was printed for the Roman Catholic diocese of Constance, Germany. Frederick B. Adams, Jr., director of the library, holds the Constance missal above a case containing a Gutenberg Bible. Adams says it is the most important printed book ever acquired by an American library. New Test Gives Quicker Check On Vaccine PITTSBURGH OR—A new test will make possible a quicker check on the effectiveness of the Salk polio vaccine. Dr. Jonas E. Salk, who developed the vaccine, and Dr. J. S. Younger, both of the University of Pittsburgh, explained the new test at a session yesterday of the Society of American Bacteriologists. They said the test employs color hanges to show whether the blood of an inoculated child has developed sufficient antibodies to kill live polio viruses. Dr. Salk said the new testing techniques has already been made available to laboratories cooperating in the current nationwide field rials of his vaccine. Briefly, the test consists of placing blood sample from a vaccinated child in .a test tube with polio virus and other substances. The test tube is then placed in an ncubator for seven days. If the mixture turns from red to yellow, t means the child, theoretically t least, has developed sufficient ntibodies in his blood to kill the iolio virus. The test, says Dr. Salk, will help n determining the number of in- culations needed and the best pacing of the shots for maximum ffect. Harrison Gets Navy Award TOKYO (/P)—Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison Jr., today was awarded the Navy's Distinguished Service Medal for "exceptional diplomacy and tact" during the 14 months he served as chief Allied negotiator of the Korean armistice. The gray-haired, Bible-quoting Harrison, chief of staff for both the Far East and United Nations commands since the armistice, was decorated in farwell ceremonies at headquarters here. He and Mrs. Harrison will leave tomorrow for the United States on the first leg of their journey to Panama, where the general will become Caribbean commander in chief of U. S. forces. More than 52 per cent of all to- acco products manufactured in ne United States are made in Carolina. -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat,. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen BEGINNING MAY 9 SCHEDULES A change in schedules of certain Frisco passenger trains will be made effective May 9, 1954. For complete information ask your Frisco Ticket Agent. THURS., & FRI. Double Feature JOHN ARCHER DOUGLAS DtCK A COLUMBIA PICTIRF —AND— monster? PLUS CARTOON AfiTHKITK) HCTIMS A *Mtai Intttie Cotted Tmbtot, Quhfc. % «««•• blood ttrtam from !n*Mti«M. W 9tt n«tre«*t«. R«fac«* dri« »cf4. fivtac qufek, longer katlnr relief to deep. M»M p»ln«. Get **nmn« A.R. P»in Rdlrf Trtftt*. 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Double Feature —AND— * im»T htTUWJ r«SCHTATIO« Serial: Mungle Raiders" No. 6 Cartoon: "Sliphorn King" Paraguay Revolt Reported BUENOS AIRES, Argentina Paraguay was blanketed under official silence today, but unofficial reports trickled out that army elements had staged a revolt against President Federico Chaves' regime. It was unclear who held control. Government radio stations in Asuncion, ihe Paraguayan capital remained off the air, but private sources gave varying accounts o: the revolt which apparently broke out yesterday. A private radio station said loyal government forces succeeded in quelling the revolt. It added that Police Chief L. Petit was killed in the fighting. An account from Clorinda, on the Argentine side of the Paraguayan border across from Asuncion, said the insurgents held the capital. It said Chaves and bis ministers had taken refuge in Asuncion's military academy after the rebels seized control of communications. 3 -Man Government The Clorinda report said the rebels had set up a three-man overnment in the capital. Other reports said several government leaders were killed in ighting yesterday including Gen. Alfredo Stroesner, commander of Paraguay's armed forces. These reports said a cavalry division, about 500 men, had sparked the revolt and that loyal troops and police had rallied to Chaves' defense. Paraguay had enjoyed relative calm since 1950. There have been reports of harsh government measures against political opponents. Chaves, 74, took over as pro- r isional president in September 949 after toppling Felipe Molas jopez in a bloodless coup. Chaves' rise stemmed from discord in the ruling Colorado party, Paraguay's the democratic faction. Chaves was confirmed in office in 1950 elections in which he was the only candidate. His 1949 takeover had been the sixth administration change through revolt or bloodless coup in 17 months. Forfeits Speeding Bond Garvin Hatley forfeited $10 bond this morning in Municipal Court on a charge of speeding. British Queen Reported Slim But Healthy LONDON M*—The British press assured its readers today that Queen Elizabeth II—although somewhat skinny—is in sound health as she nears the end of her long Commonwealth voyage. Two papers said she lost only five pounds. Another speculated that she had been deliberately slimming. The Daily Sketch threw some subjects into a tizzy yesterday by remarking that the young monarch had lost weight and "looks fine- drawn and tired." It drove home the point with two pictures—one taken before the six-month royal tour began and the other Tuesday at Malta. In the latter photograph the Queen looked almost angular. The Daily Mirror reported • from from Valletta, however, that at the royal ball last night Elizabeth "looked positively radiant." "Since the start of her gigantic tour, it's true she lost five pounds in weight," the Mirror said. "And she had a little chill at Aden a few days ago which she has shaken off. But the Queen is not tired in any sense that can cause alarm." The Daily Herald also estimated that Elizabeth had lost about five pounds, but said this "isn't surprising in view of the heat during her strenuous tour." The Herald quoted a member of the royal entourage as declaring, "The Queen is feeling perfectly fit." BRITISH With the Courts CIRCUIT— (Criminal) — State of Arkansas vs. Glennis Hill, involuntary manslaughter. (Civil) — Mrs. Jacqueline E. Glo ver and William Ray Glover, a min or, by his guardian, B. T. Jackson vs. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Patton suit on promissory note, $1,575 an interest. COMMON PLEAS— H. L. Blake and A. C. Cobb, d/b/ Blake Supply Co., vs. P. E. 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"A plan to intervene in the Indochina war was never clearly defined," the Express declared, "nor was it probable that the American Congress, let alone Britain, would endorse it." Direct Aid Ruled Out U. S. administration officials have virtually ruled out any di- Irect American intervention in Indochina unless Britain agrees to join as part of a coalition to protect Southeast Asia against Red conquest. Britain served notice she opposed such an alliance in advance of the Indochina negotiations with the Communists at Geneva. Prime Minister Churchill also told Parliament his government opposes any united military action in Indochina while the Geneva talks are still on. The British attitude spelled defeat for U. S. Secretary of State Dulles' hopes of confronting the Reds at Geneva with a united front committed to possible intervention in Indochina. The American proposed parley ; Blythevilk Druggists Homed to APA Group Sam Owens : owner of Owena Drug Store, and Charles G. Sef- crs, Jr., of Kirby Bros. Drug Co., have been appointed to the nominating committee for the 72nd annual meeting of the Arkansas Pharmaceutical Association to be held in Little Rock May 17-19. The appointments were announced today by Frank Headlee of Searcy, president of the state organization. of air, land and sea force chiefs is expected to seek to overcome some of these differences. The Moscow broadcast heard here said the "complete and final defeat of colonizers" is shaping up in Asia and "the situation has developed far from what the U. 8. secretary of state wanted." "Representatives of many countries taking part in the conference prefer finding ways of agreement which lead to a peaceful settlement of disputed international problems to that of agreement regarding new, aggressive ,plans," the broadcast said. "In particular, the British delegation prefers to adopt a more careful attitude than that which the State Department has outlined." 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