Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on June 2, 1955 · Page 3
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Morgenthau Gaims White Not Suspect WASHINGTON (J) — Henry Morgenthau Jr. has told Senate investigators that during his long tenure as secretary of the Treasury he had no reason to suspect that Harry Dexter White was a Soviet spy. Morgenthau was a witness Wednesday before the Senate Internal Security subcommittee. The portion of his testimony made public after the closed-door hearing dealt with White, a former assistant secretary of the Treasury, now de?i. Atty. Gen. Brownell asserted in a speech Nov. 6, 1953, that former President Truman promoted White early in 1946 after the FBI notified the White House that White was a Sorter spy. Truman accused Brownell "cheap political trickery." He said he had permitted the promotion ot White to U. S. director of the International Monetary Fund so that White and others accused as spies could be kept under surveil- N In subsequent , hearings before the Internal Security subcommittee, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover testified that he had not agreed to such an arrangement and that it hampered the FBI's watch on White. Morgenthau, who left the Treas- I free """""llTilil, ]D*Y CARDS GILETTE JtAZOR^ .ooS5'5] 5« KOOL-ADE 3° 10' s0 FOOT GARDEN HOSE 4 iear Guarantee 5^49 Bridgeport SPOT WEED KILLER No Mixing. No Stooping J S J78 HAMMOND'S Dust t§*fC Pli lerro oCCi knt KillerUW I ?E^Uiy / yjr Triple Tube jjr Lawn \ I Sprinkler J RL^ Re49S34' Am lllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll The Dixon Evening Telegraph | T Anrrelpe Thursday, June 2, 1955 l^OS S±llgeieS Page 3 ury before White's appointment to the monetary fund post, said "no security agency, and no individual ever reported or suggested to me that there was any doubt about White's loyalty." Morgenthau testified that had the charges been brought to his attention while he was secretary, he would have suspended White ediately and ordered a full investigation. If the charges had been sub stantiated," he added, "I should ice have removed White from Prepared POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. W— Presumably looking to the future thieves broke into a monument works here and stole two heavy tombstones. DO IT NOW! Trade in Dad's old electric shaver on a new one for Father's Day, June 19. We'll allow up to $7.50 for his old one on the very latest model. Remington 29 0 Schick ?285 Sunbeam 27° Norelco 2495 Come in today for details. Have it laid-away and surprise him on his day. Police Hold Witch Doctor LOS ANGELES (.*> — Police are holding a man they say claims to be a witch doctor. Bunco squad officers said Florentino Morales, 54, had been treat- ailing Los Angeles residents with an assortment of equipment including black candles, effigy dolls, black silk scarves and plaited hair switches. ■as arrested after an ailing housewife said he agreed to cure pain in her chest for $300 with treatment including a candle light ritual dance. Morales was iled Wednesday or. a warrant charging him with practicing med icine without a license. The woman. Mrs. Geronima Banuelos, 42, is in General Hospital. Her ailment has hot yet been diagnosed. SQUARE DANCE PARTY Sponsored by the Dixon L.O.O.M. 727 FRIDAY NIGHT, JUNE 3rd 9:00 to 12:00 — at the Moose Club Donation 50 cents — Public Invited GRADUATION GIFT IDEAS Toll Commission Members Pass Up Pay; Treasury Low CHICAGO (.*)— Twc staff members of the Illinois State Toll Road Commission have passed up their salaries because the commission treasury is nearly depleted, a spokesman has announced. He said Wednesday Adm. Francis Old fret.) had foregone salary due on his $15,000-a-year job ai executive director, as had George Jackson, a staff engineer drawing 512,000 a year. Old said the commission treasury contained only $4,208.87 on Mav 16. This money wouia De needed for June salaries of sec- ! s s •ies and 'for font and inciden tal expenses, he added. Litigation brought by 30 property House Bill Would Alter Law on Libel SPRINGFIELD, 111. (J)— The Illi nois Hous»e Wednesday advanced to passage stage a bill changing the law dealing with civil libel against newspapers. Legislators first adopted by voice vote an amendment to House bill 439. The amendment permits libel suits to be filed by a person in the county where he resides if the owners in .western Chicago suburbs has held up the sale of 400 million dollars in revenue bonds for the toll roads snd a legislative appropriation of $436,000 is running out, it was added. V.F.W. DANCE VFW HALL DEMENTOWN SATURDAY, JUNE 4th ADMISSION $1.00 PER PERSON FREE ENTERTAINMENT MUSIC BY THE POZZI ORCHESTRA w^kWmBBkm HJ^g^B * VA*W WW W WlF 24 Hr. Photo Finishing - Album Style Prints No. 1 Gift Request BROWNIE HAWKEYE FLASH CAMERA OUTFIT Here's everything they need for perfect pic-tudes indoors or out. 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