The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1953 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 9, 1953
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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER, 9, 1953 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUNTER NEWS PACT THKER Scientist Ordered To Hear Testimony In McCarthy Probe By C. MILTON KELLY WASHINGTON (AP) — Son. McCarthy (R-Wis), continuing a search for evidence of espionage at the Army Signal Corps Laboratories at Ft. Monmoulh, N. J., recalled today a suspended civilian scientist to listen to testimony about himself. The scientist is Aaron H. Colewan, 45. of Long Branch. N. J., who was suspended by the Army last September from his S0,600-a- yenr research job. Coleman, who said yesterday his position gave him access to secret material, at previous secret hearings had denied Communist or espionage activities. In advance of today's hearing by the Senate investigations subcommittee he heads, McCarthy told newsmen he wanted Coleman "to hear more major testimony" about himself before returning to the witness chair. The hearing is 'due to start at 11 a.m. EST. The senators did not name those called to testify about Coleman. McCarthy announced yesterday he will refer to the Justice Department, with a recommendation for a grand jury inquiry, a transcript of testimony by and about Coleman. He indicated he thought perjury had been committed. In a brief appearance yesterday, Coleman affirmed the accuracy of testimony he had given at a secret subcommittee session in October. In it, he denied Communist ties or association at Ft. Monmouth in the 1940s with Julius Rosenberg, executed last summer for atomic spying. Coleman then stepped aside and listened as Nathan Sussman of New York City testified he knew both Coleman and Rosenberg to have been members of the Young Communist League while students at the City College of New York (CCNY). Sussman said he also had been a member but later broke with communism. The subcommittee counsel, Roy Conn, read into the record an excerpt from testimony Rosenberg gave at the trial which resulted in his conviction. In it Rosenberg mentioned "Mr. Aaron Colemnn who, subsequent to graduation (from CCNY), I met at Pt. Monmouth." The excerpt gave no details of any such meeting, and Coleman later told newsmen lie had no recollection of it. Conn said at the hearing that Rosenberg's trial statement was "a direct, flat contradiction" of Colomi\n's testimony he had not met Rosenberg after their college days. McCarthy called it- "testimony from the grave" and said it probably wouldn't be "admissable in a criminal action for perjury." THE LITTLE TREE THAT TALKED LITTLE LIT- Some women are so busy raising funds for fhfs and that, they don't have time to raise their own kids. «NCA» Voorhees Case Appeal Starts Censorship Violation Charge Is Heard WASHINGTON WJ—The court- martial conviction o? Lt. Col. Melvin B. Voorhees for violating Army censorship rules in connection with a book on Korea came before the nation's highest military court today. The three-man U.S. Court of Military Appeals summoned attorneys f^v Voorhees and for the government for an hour's argument for each side. There was no indication when a decision might be reached. Voorhees. former editor of the Tacoma (Wash.) Times, ran afoul of his superiors with publication of his book, "Korean Tales," based on his experiences as chief censor of the 8th Army in Korea . He was convicted at Ft. Meade, Md., last February on five counts, and was sentenced to dismissal from the service and forfeiture of pay and allowances. He was found guilty of: 1. Wilfully disobeying an order to withdraw the book manuscript i from the publisher. 2. Violating Army censorship regulations in connection with the same manuscript. 3. Violating Army review regulations in connection with an excerpt from the book submitted to Argosy magazine. 4. Similarly violating regulations involving articles prepared for the New York Journal-American, but not published by it. 5. 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