The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1951 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, APRII, 10, 1051 Mississippi Pro-Trumanites Charged With Using RFC Loans to Bolster Party .TACm-snM mi,._ . „. i. . ^ * (AKK.V COURIER NEWS JACKSON, Miss., April 10. (/]',-* An attorney told a Senate subcommittee at a hearing here that pro-Trumanitcs In Mississippi wanted to build up their Democratic faction with influence in RFC loans The HFC's political role was discussed at the opening of public hearings before a Senate cxpemli- lures subcommittee yastcrday Into N 7» charges that the pro-Truman Democrats had sold federal jobs. The faction was organized in 1048 to support President Truman after Mississippi's regular Democrats switched to the Slates' Rights ticket Francis Flanagan, chief investigator for the Senate committee, introduced copies of correspondence between Forrest Jackson, locul attorney, Clarence Hood, former act ing national eommitteeman and Washington officials. Hood was deposed as eommitteeman after Sen Eastland and steimis <D-Missl aired the Job charges of Job-solllnp and demanded an investigation. Members LMed The investigating committee <s composed ol Sens. Clyde 'I^ev in NO), chairman. John McClellrm (D-Ark) nnd Karl Muudt IR-ND) One of H'-d's !ett«r! asked t<n Information oijoul a 13.500.001) RFC loan implication from the Mis^U- sinpi Chemical Generation of Va- zo" City. '•TNs is controlled by the Missi.s- si'Jm Farm B"n>-.u. a F:\scM- D'v.ecraf orRaii.iz'itlon." the letter said, "it m'«rht be n-ccsKary to ..he them lhi> snme Ire-uncut 'as plim- ","! '". REA ' on its P' 11 " 1 at c °- f^ The R.E.A. oroposal to build a - steam generating plant at colum ma has nut bee-v nuornvert. Jackson J.etfcr Quoted A Jackson Ietf-!r quoted by Flanagan said that "the loans had gone through Ihe senators and congressmen without discussions between the RFC and the Democratic rom- m"tee which was supnnseM to have rnfsn-al on federal funds in Missis- si'uii." Flanagan asked Jackson if he thought RFC loans should be made on a poJitical basis. "If RFC loans are going to have at>v political color—if I hey are "o- ing to consult the sen-'tors raid congressmen—then Mr. Hood certainly should be consulted." Johnson replied. Ford Theater Ticket Is Among Auction Items of Mark Twain HOLLYWOOD, April 10. ,„,-.„ collection of 3,000 of Mark Twain's own books, manuscripts and letters '" being auctioned off today. More than 800 persons, including New York Railmen To Be Laid Off NEW YORK. April !0. <AP) — Several thousand employes of the New York central railroad in 11 e.'stern states are to be laid off later this week. The New Ycrk Central says the layoffs are caused by a combination or reasons, Including a decrease in freight business, wage increases 'uglier material costs,'ani!-'losses from a switchmen's strike. ' No exact figures oil the number lo__be laid ol! were given in the ranroad's announcement yesterday but a spokesman said most would' be non-operating terminal em- ployes.. A check of other principal railroads indicated that only the New Yfrfc Central has ordered reductions of personnel. MAN WITH A DRUM-A South Korean laborer struggles up a snow-covered hill carrying ;i 55- gallon diesel oil drum on his back. He'll be able to lay down his load when lie reaches a relay station neat the front lines. (U S Army photo from NEA-Acme ) Rescuers Continue Hunt For Second Trapped Man In Minnesota Mine EVELETir, M:i,n.. April 10. ( ; 7>, — llic iMirly of Ibc second of two iriners trailjn-:! in a cavc-in al Hie Spruce iron ore mine here I'"ilay was brought f o the surface foday. EVSLETH, Mii m ., A|)rn ]0 (AP) — Rescue workers today searched for tile bcdy of a second miner trapped in a cave-in at (he Spruce Mine here shortly after noon P'riday. Late last night—more than 82 hours after the roof col!;i|«ed in tunnel 504 feet below the earth's' surface—workers found the toe of a bcot worn by Frank Ptitzei, Earlier yesterday, the body o f Putzel's companion, 53-year-old Prank oKrclia, was recovered He was badly crushed. Three shifts of 30 miners'each had been, laboring night and day I" the hopes that Putzel and Korcha would be found alive. **tS$&5l,7/£JS!3*»~ — . Here ore designs convcniionol enough !o harmonize with your furnishings. ..yd with o flair, an inspired styling Ihal l,as bfouahl Ihsm Ihe Faihion A-orlcmy Av/ard. 6-Pc. Settings Hnrifiis ... Wn;ir IJSiiinnnil;; *TOR£S IN BtYTHEVIUI, MEMPHIS AND devotees oJ the great Ainericflii humorist nnd professional collectors, attended the opening day of the three-day nticlion yesterday. Pel-Imps the liugcsl collection of furnishings and belongings of the writer ever to go on the block is heliiK sold by his sole surviving daughter, Mr.?. Clara Clemens Sam- ossoucl. Also being sold Is the 12-room mansion belonging to her ami her husband. Jacques Siimossoiid, symphony conductor, which Includes a five-acre estate and swimming pool In the Hollywood hills. A high bid of $40,000 lias been made for the estate so far. It, is still open for bid. Several paintings ant! etchings seme owned by Twain, were auctioned last, nii'ht at prices rancitJE from $50 to $450. A James McNeil! Whistler etching went for 575. Top Painting Sold The top pr'-e painting was of n Biblica! subject done by Undo Reni SamoMoii.1 said Twain purclinscd U in Italy f or S1.000. A painting of Marfc Twain, whose re» name «-as Samuel Clemens was sold for 890 io L. D. Norris. Perrv f 0 ,; ""I" dCalcr ' Noi ' ris is a m-mbcr of the Mark Twain Research Foundation, which plans to build a inn scum al Florida. Mo.. Twain's birth- piJice. Norris purchased for another romidalion member. Editor Burncy Pishback of the Perry Weekly Fn- S°So me> °" C ° f Tw ' ain ' s d «ks for Samuel Fuller. Los Angeles, motion picture director, bow-lit a bronze: bust of the author fo? $105. That Mark -nvain himself W a.s a collector was disclosed by a nur- chase made by Capt, E. 'Hamilton Lee, Los Angeles, K-lio said he' is one of the nation's first four civill "in air mail pilots, and a "rent Twain fan. Capt,. Lee bought for S15 a ticket to the Ford Tiratcr in Washin"- ton. D.C.. <iatcd April H, iscs The ticket said that President Abraham Lincoln was expected at the theater that mrrlit, tile night the great emancipator was fatally shot, Gov. McMath to Talk At Memphis Ciub Meet MEMPHIS, April 10. W|—Arkansas' Gov. Sid McMath will address the Kiwanis club at its noon luncheon here tomorrow. He plans to fly here from Little Rock by private plane and return PAGE TlfREB cw dirrerem problem with his six-mom -"id da photogi-anlicd at home c GM :, c -," " ' K ' S al> cm ' (lcl - v Wasliin-lon The mil, mn.,m i ' V °' CCS n< " C " 1 "^^°^ '" "fins ^^ Sight-fess Triplets Take Trip in Plane To Seek Treatment BOSTON. April 10. (AP) — One city must be pretty much like nny other fcr the small Terry triplets ,.. - born blind three years ago next i V Sunday—but tilings may be differ- i f eiu for them in Boston. j [; Larry, Harry and Barry Terrv ' \' Arrived by plane here last night,' V from their Stearins, Kv.. home via f Cincinnati and New York. j (. In Boston they will be examined ! f to determine if there Is any hope ; | of restoring their sight. If there ' f isn't, they will undergo treatment nt tlie Boston nursery for the blind to make them as near normal possible. Their trip here mid three years training at the nursery was injule possible by an appeal for funds by the Rev. Morris Cocrs of Covington, Ky. The boys' parents .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Terry, who have eight oth- — children, said they could not financed the trip La Prensa's Fate To Be Decided Forced Sale Appears Certain .for Paper Closed by Peron AIRES, April 10 (APl— Argentina's government - controlled congress meets tomorrow to settle the fate of L:i I'reiisa. causlic critic of I resident Juan D. IVron and one of <hc Americas' sn-ntcst newspapers. Forced sale of the paper to the government appeared certain. The joint rongressioiiiil committee investieailni: the silenced Journal yesterday recommended Its ex- propriiUion and us,, by Peron -for JTOilp 0 " 1 l " leresls Df t)le Ai'Semiw This committee, on orders of the- PCI on-dominated Congress, seized the La I'rc.isn offices, priiuing ,,i mu and other properties on March 20 Hie paper ceased publication .lan •> because of a boycott by the KO v'. crnmeni -backed DOH-S vendors union t-onsross was summoned to a special session Wednesday to act on the committee's recommendations, which house speaker [lector Cinnpora said would be embodied in a bill An provnl appeared certain. Auriol and Wife Stop in Ireland SHANNON, Ireland. April 10. (API _ France's President, Auriol and his wile stepped In Ireland lo- day, on the way home from a state RED TARGET - Msgr Bela Varga. president of the Hun-, Kan.-in rVntiminl Council in Ex- ill', is on Ihe death list of international communism, according l<> Hit National Committee foi a i'Veo Km-opo. The 48-year-old priest, former speaker of Ihe Hungarian parliament, expressed defiance and said he would continue to work in this country for a free Hungary visit In America. A 21-gun salute, \ military honor guard nnd Presiiiem and Mrs. Scan O'Kcllcy grcctctj tiiem at shannon Airport. Auriol'.s special Air Prance plant landed here II hours after it left Montreal yesterday. Auriol bad planned a direct return to Franco but changed hi.i route when O'Kclly suggested their meeting here. Pnces Slashed! For Quick Clearance! to the capital Immediately after his talk. The Wevy worltless washer that fits any where i DOWN NO WRINGER • NO SPINNER NEWBENDIX DlflLAMATIC WASHER IOVV DOWEJ PAYMEIM EASY TERMS Se wciful untferlow agilator wattling 00 ' 0 *"^'"''"'W'.y Dr 0 ir,ir, g -,h e di,, drain, down o hollow og.tolor-nol down through the c l O |h ss . APPLIAt.Cl,, INC. 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