The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1951 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT CAR*.) IffWt TUESDAT, APRIL 17, 19SI GOP's Seek Senate Vote on Extending Grime Committee Bv JOH.V CHADWICK + "WASHINGTON. Apm n, <AP)— Republicans called today for a prompt decision by the Senate on whether to set In motion again the sensational probe of crime and the underworld. Senator Wiley (R-Wisc) said he would Introduce during the day a resolution to extend the senate Crime Investigating Committee's life to next Jan, 15. Wiley and Senator Tobey (R-NH), GOP members of - the committee, are sponsoring the resolution. Wiley told a retwrter he planned to ask the Senate to set aside next Monday to act on the resolution, without referring It to a regular committee. Falling In that, he said, he would ask for a committee recommendation no later than Tuesday. He pressed for a decision in the face of recommendation from a special commission of the American Bar Association that efforts now be centered on pa,ssSnR anti-crime laws. Wiley and Tcbcy argue the crime committee had numerous leads it should follow up and that investigations should be made in Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Washington and other cities not covered in the committee's dramatic touring inquiry over most of the past year. . Limited Extension Asked The bar association commission, headed by former Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson, recommended yesterday a limited extension of the crime committee only to help get anti-crime measures written into law. Patterson ' said the commission feels the committee's Job of expos- Ing the operations of interstate crime has been finished and that "no time should be lost In formulating new laws and securing their passage." •'.'' ' . The crime committee now Ls due to expire the end of this month a f t«r submittin g Its recomm end a - tlons; ., Kefauver Hnlds Comment Chairman Kefauver (D-Tenn) withheld comment for the preseril on the bar group's recohimenda- tion. He has opposed any further extension of the present committee. Its life was extended once, for 30 days. ; Patterson said his group felt the senate .committee should be kcpl •Hve' temporarily. He said bills the group wilj, recommend in its finn' report would' 1 have, a better chance ; ol enactment if they had the back- X big of the crime committee members as a group rather than as Individual senators. ""We prefer not to see the legislation left orphans," Patterson said. But he.added that once the leg islation Ls passed, the bar assncia tlon group would regard the crime committee's work as done. Patter' son also said his group did not favor a permanent Senate Crime Com J mittec. MIS GIRL 'N JAPAN—Leonard Bunch, 22, telephone cable splicer at Jonesboro, Ark,, wants to marry a girl he met while in army service In J-pan and has asked Cotiyre^s to help play cupid. Congressional aid is needed for Bunch's Nipponcese sweetheart to h& admitted to this country. Her name Is Izmvii Makiyoma. and, she's a 24-year-old physician in Tokyo. Bunch vows he'd never be happy wrllh any one else. (Associated Press Photo). DAR Plans Pot On Back Move For M'Arthur WASHINGTON, April 17. (AP) — The Daughters of the American Revolution took up a mn*s or resolutions today, one of which might give a big pat on ttie back to Ocn. Douglas MacArthur and his pacific policies. Members of the OAR board at management, who have invited the ousted five-star general to address their convention when he conies to Washington later this week, are reported to have voiced approval of his policies. It was a policy disagreement, which led President Truman to fire him last week. Mr. Truman told the patriotic organization in a tetter of grcet- ng made public last night this oimtry has taken the right course oward peace by fighting agression n Korea and building up defenses n Europe. "By meeting the assault with fortitude, by continuing: calmly and iteadfastly'to mobilize the forces ol 'reedom, we have taken. 1 believe, .he one road that can lead to lasting, peace," Mr. Truman said. "1 know that we. can continue on our course with confidence in the rightness of assuming these respon slblllttes." The President's letter, to DAR president, General Mrs. .lames B. Pa'tton, was dated March 24. Daughter Helps Execute Mother In Red China HOMO KONG, April 17. <>P) — The Red China radio today said a woman \vas sentenced and put to death in a mass demonstration at Chungking April 11 on the testimony of her daughter, who was described as "star witness." Rising before a rally of 70,000 people, the radio said, Chen Kuo Tseng. Identified as a student, denounced her mother as a "counterrevolutionary." "Secret agents are not human." the daughter said, according to the radio account. "I don't recognize her ns my mother. T ask the .government, to execute her so that she will be no longer a menace to the people." , A Red firing squad executed the mnthcr, whose maiden 'name was given as Hsueh Chlh-you, as a "woman special agent who had consistently sabotaged patriotic movements among students." At least five others fell with her, the radio reported, Adolph Bolm, Russian Ballet Master, Dies HOLLYWOOD. April 17. '&> — Adolph Bolm, last of Czarlst Russia's great trio of ballet masters, is dead. A leader En the world of the dance for nearly half century. Bolm died yesterday at the age of CO. Although he directed and danced with such ballet figures as Vaslav Nijlnsky, Michael Kokirfc and Anna Pavlova, he was proudest of his efforts to develop American talent. The ancienU believed the lop^z would relieve insanity, asthma, insomnia and anger and would cool tolling water. 'OUR IN Ml* POWER •••wf , Cleans out carbon and sludge. Renews engine "pop", protects againsl friction. 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Larry is rccn at the Irwin memorial blood bank being told by Red Cross worker, Mrs. Harold Messinger, thai he's still too young to donate bloorl 1 India Extends Peace Feeler Toward China NEW DELHI, India, April 17. (A*) —India has asked Communist China's reaction to General MacAr- Lbur's dismissal with a view to de- lermlnliTR whether the time Is ripe for a new attempt at arranging Korean peace talks, a foreign ministry source said today. India's ambassador to Peiping, K. M. Panlkkar, has conveyed the official Indian Inquiry on the response by Mao Tre-tung's regime to President Truman 1 . 1 ) action, this source said. He added that Panikkar was expected to "make his own'soundings" before assessing the situation. Heis expected to reply to the Rovern- mr-nt here with an estimate In a few days Prime Minister Nehru, through Panlkkar. In February attempted to reopen the subject of peace talks with the Communist leaders but was tmormed then the time was not ripe because extreme intl- Americap and anti-United Nations feelings were .then genera) in Red China. The only laboratory In th« wc*14' devoted to research on lignite, a low grade coal, Is operated by the TJ. S. Bureau of Mines n Grand Fork*, N. D. iT IA ie«t BOURBON THE AMERICAN DlSIIUtNC C YfARS OLD A REVOLUTION IN REFRIGERATOR VALUE AT HUBBARD&HOKE ... but a huge, convenient fr PHI ICO at this New Low Price! I T'S the biggest refrigerator value of 1951, with full 13 cu. ft. of storage space arid new advanced features. Built-in is a huge 2 cu. ft. zero zone Freezer for freezing and safe, long time storage of frozen foods. Yes, more features, space, value . . . hera at the price of smnller refrigerators. 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