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December 10, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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/AGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1953 UN Session Closes; Apprehension Rife By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Delegates headed home today from the eighth U. N. General Assembly hopeful that President Eisenhower's call for an atomic power pool might lead to peace, but apprehensive over the chill blast it brought from Moscow. As the Assembly recessed last -f night, many delegates admitted privately that HIP hopes Eisenhower's speech had inspired were considerably dashed by the Moscow Kadio charge that the President's address "threatened atomic war" and proved that the Western Bi£ Three "do not want to ease international tension." Russia's Andrei Vishinsy also lowered .the general morale last night when he indicated to the Assembly that Russia would reject Eisenhower's call for an atomic pool for peace. Vishinsky declared that "without the adoption of a decision on the unconditional prohibition of atomic weapons, no strengthening of pence and international cooperation can be achieved." Delegates tried to derive some Probe of Radar Spying Continues McCarthy Calls Ten Witnesses In Ft. Monmouth Case WASHINGTON W—Sen. McCarthy (K-Wis) called 10 witnesses for another public hearing today in his quest for evidence of Soviet spying on radar secret at Ft. Monrnouth, N. J. McCarthy told reporters in advance he hoped some of the wit- comfort from the fact that the nesses would shed more li<;ht on Moscow blast was not billed as I the case of Aaron H. Coleman. a official Kremlin reaction and that Vishinsky had not given a flat turn-down to the Eisenhower plan. Mrs. Vijaya Lnkshmi Pmidit, the Assembly president, disclosed that at the U. N. reception following his speech Tuesday, Eisenhower asked her what Vishinsky thought of the address. She obligingly walked over to the Russian find asked him. Biter Than Expected Vishinsky reportedly replied that it was a better talk than he had expected, but "where is the han?" This was a reference ot Russia's radar scientist suspended in September on security grounds from his job tit the New Jersey fort. Army Signal Corps research laboratories are located there. Coleman swore yesterday he has violated no espionage luws. But McCarthy told the scientist he has asked the Justice Department to have a grand jury investigate wohthcr Colenian violated espionage Jaws through careless handling of secret documents dealing with radar. No Clear Memory "I may say that on the question perennial demands for an im- of espionage, we don't have any mediate prohibition of the atomic bomb. At last night's closing: session, Mrs Pandit told the 60-natlon assembly that Eisenhower's speech had affirmed "man's desperate need" for assurances of peace in the atomic era. She added thai she hoped the chiefs of state of Russia, Britain and France also would have a chance to address the world forum. Despite the cold wind from the East, most delegates looked for some development In the Eisenhower plan when the U. N.'s disarmament commission meets next month under U. S. chairmanship. Read Courier News Classified Ads LITTLl LIZ— * Why do girls suddenly become left-handed fust after they get an engagement ring? CNt A9 witnesses to sny they saw him (Coleman) turn any documents over to en enemy agent," McCarthy told Colenian 's lawyer, Francis F. Green of Elizabeth N. J. The senator repeatedly referred, however, to Coleman's concession that he "might have" left some classified PL Monmouth clocu- ' incuts unguarded in an apartment i Coleman shared in 1943 at Brad- 1 ley Beach, N. J., with a man iden- j tittect only ns Harvey Sachs. 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