The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1949 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 23, 1949
Page 16
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FACE* SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURLER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1949 McGrath Softens Blast at Senator Democrat Claims Respect for GOP Foe Despite Attack WASHINGTON, March Democratic Chairman J. Howard McOrath said today he has "high retard and respect" for Senator Vandmberf (R-Mlch) despite a political attack on Vandenberg which appeared over McGrath's signature iri last, week's Issue of the Democratic party circular, Capitol Comment. McGrath told a reporter the art. Icle'B sharp criticism for the Michigan Senator's ar"ons In the fill- buster fight doesn's Indicate that the Truman administration has turned against Vandenberg. The latter served as advisor to two Democratic secretaries of state • nd shepherded bipartisan foreign policy measures -through the GOP 80th Congress. He is expected to take a leading role In Senate action on the European Recovery Program and the North Atlantic security pact. "I hold Senator Vandenberg in high regard and respect," McGrath said. "I d» not question his motives or his sincerity. I think he acted In entire good faith In the filibuster matter." Vandenberg defended a ruling lie nude in the 80th Congress that under its existing rules the Senate couldn't end debate on a motion to lake up a bill. When Vice President Barkley reversed this ruling Vandenberg took the floor to dispute the decision, which the Senate later overturned. Capitol Comment said that tin Republicans "felt they could bene fit by preserving the southern power of obstruction" and felt the; could thus deny civil rights to tin nation and blame It on the Demo crata." The party organ went on to sa. thit Senators Wherry (R-Neb) am MiUlkln (R-Colo) "alone were no enough to give the OOP the cynlca leadership it required to swing this political trick," adding: "Senator Vandenbers helped them out." He Sent the Next Best ST. LOUIS, March 23. (IP)— Now the Collector of Internal Revenue here believes that old saying about the absent minded professor. One of them sent In his Income tax return—accompanied by a marriage license instead of a check. Launches Easter Seal Drive Governor Sid McMath officially opcni the fifth annual Eailtr Seal tale of lha Arkansas Association for in* Crippled by accepting teals from iwo-year-old Connt* Crow. Conni*, a patient ai lh« Children's Convalescent center at Jacksonville, it. th« daughter of Mr. and Mri. Hugh Crovr of Berryvill.. Sh« is on« of 62 child paltenlt being treated in this seal-supported institution. Obituaries Funeral Tomorrow For Miss Bell Fogety Funeral services for Mi.s.s Bell Fogety, 64. will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Cobb Clmpcl by the Rev. P. H. Jcrnlgnn, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church. Miss Foycty, who marie her home with n cousin, E. G. Lovell nt 705 South Lilly Street, for about a year, died at his home at 1:30 a.m. today. She came to Hlytheville from Humbolt, Tenn., where she was born. She Is survived by a brother, John Fogety of Earl in Crlltendcn County. Bnriol • will be in Maplegiove Cemetery. Illinois Senate Outlaws Red Party in State Retd Courier News Want Ads. A war-developed substitute for mica in radio condensers, barium titanate ceramic, promises to give superior to specialised loudspeakers or submarine sound detection microphones. Senate Confirms Louis A. Johnson New U. S. Secretary Of Defense Succeeds James V. Forrestal WASHINGTON, March The Senate todny confirmed the nomination of Louis A. Johnson to be secretary of national defense. He succeeds James Forreslal The Senate acted with unusual speed at the request of Chairman Tydings ID-Mel) of the Armed Services Committee, which only a few minutes earlier had formally approved Johnson's appointment. Tydlngs told Hie Senate he considered It "urgent" that Johnson he confirmed without delay. Ordinarily nominations He over a day after heing reported out by a committee. Senator Ourney (R-SD) ranking Republican member of the Armed Services Committee Joined Tydings In asking Immediate action. Minority Leader Wherry (R-Ncb) offered no objection after being Informed by Tydings that there had been no opposition to Johnson by Republics/! committee members. The unanimous voice vote followed. Boyd (a Take Oath Meanwhile, Secretary of the Interior Krug announced plans for swearing In James Boyd tomorrow as director of (lie Bureau of Mines. He expressed pleasure over the Senate's action in conflrmins: the nomination which appeared to have broken a log jam on President Truman's appointments. The Senate put Its okay on Boyrt last night, 50 to 11, in the /ace of bltler opposition from John L. Lewis, chief of the United Mine Workers. The UMW Is out of the coal pits on Lewis' call. The announced purposes of the stoppage are mourning for mine casualties and protest over the long-pending Boyd appointment. Upon being' sworn in, Boyd will begin receiving his $10,000 salary 'I Wont Daddy! SPRINGFIELD, 111.. March 23. llf\ —A bill which provldfts a prison sentence (or being H member of a Communist organization in Illinui^ hns been passed by the slate Sen- : Also he will be paid lor nearly two Illegal Parking Charge Results in $10 Fine J. C. Hawkins, Negro, was fined »10 and costs In Municipal Court this morning on a charge of Illegal parking on the highway. M>«t*ry Solved FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP)—An American Legion member asked himself where he would go if he were a legion recruiting booth, and received the answer "nowhere." So, the missing legion booth wa» covered after Inquiry disclosed I nearby construction crew Inadvil tcntly picked up the booth, whll had collapsed from high win! and added it to their materials I ate. The Senate passed two related bills also designed to outlaw Communism ill Illinois -They would require loyalty oaths from tcaclicrs years he has served without a pay check while the wrangle over his selection went on. Brenda Combs, i\vo - year - old daughter of Police Chief Isnchar Combs of Evarts, Ky., sobs after n jury convicted her father of voluntary manslaughter. Combs and Patrolman Lewis Deaton were accused of killing an Evarts restaurant owner, Bryan Middleton. The jury recommended ten years in prison for each of the men. (AP Wirephoto). fiscal year ending this March, Britain's .socialized medicine plan began July 5. 1948, as n charge against the national income with a small portion of the cost coming [ from insurance payments and var- Ioi],s refunds. It provides without charge the approximately 50,000.000 Britons with medical, dental and hospital care as well ns false teeth, spectacles, surgical appliances and drugs. group advocating violent overthrow of the government from holding public office. The bills now go to ihc House.' The Srnnlc defeated a fourth iint[-Con,xnii[if5t ....ensure. It would make II mandatory for organizations of 20 or more members that require a secret, oath to file a, roster ol Britain's Socialized Medicine Program to Cost More than $ 1 Million LONDON. March 23 .(fTi— Britain's socialized medicine program will cost the taxpayers more than a billion dollars in its second year, Die Ministry of Health estimated today. The estimated cost during the fiscal year ending March 31. 1950, will be 259,727.600 pounds ($1,038,- membcishlp with Uie secretary of,,, 1040()K Tnls con , pal . cs wltn ?c8i . state. 338.142 pounds ($833,392,5681 In the A CARTON OF GOOD COOKING ALL VEGETABLE HEN HERE'S GOOD NEWS - . - CHECK THESE ONE WEEK SPECIALS FREE! ONE FREE GREASE JOB WITH EACH OIL CHANGE FIRESTONE TIRE SPECIALS 600x16 ...., r .,. t .,. .$11.75 600x16 (first grade) . $13.50 600x16 white sidewall $15.50 650x16 , ,.,.,...,.,.,.,.,...,. .$16.00 825x20 Truck Tires. .,. .$58.00 900x20 Truck Tires.,.,. .$68.95 12x36 Tractor Tires.......$64.00 (Only 2 left). 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