The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1951 · Page 12
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FACE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, Itfl Probers Seek Arrest Of Balking Witnesses In Hollywood Inquiry WASHINGTON, April 18. (AP> — The House Un-American Activities Committee (ook initial steps today in an unusual move to hale reluctant Hollywood witnesses before It under arrest warrants. The committee's legal staff cirait- ed a resolution, which probably will be pres en ted to the Hous e next week, authorizing; the arrest of nine witnesses the committee wants to question in Its Investigation of Communism In Hollywood. Committee Investigators said the nine were "deliberately" evading service of subpoenas for their appearance. Chairman Wood ID-Ga) told newsmen no similar situation had arisen during his service In Congress. Committee Must Approve Before the House is called upon to pass the resolution, however, it- first must be approved by the [nil committee. An official committee go-ahead seemed all but certain, The 'committee i.s to act eitherj tomorrow or Friday. I Under authority resting In Con-1 gross, 'either the House or Senate' can vote to have witnesses haled before it nnti require them to post bend. The Senate followed this procedure In the case of missing witnesses in the recent crime investigation. Legal groundwork for the Hou.se action was taken yesterday when Investigator William A. wheeler read into the record the names of nine persons he said are evading subpoenas. He named them as: Michael UrLs. free lance writer; Screen Writer Fred Rinaldo; Radio Script Writer Georgia Backus Alexander; Screen Writer Hii^o- Butler; Actress Karen Morley; Jack Berry, a screen director; Writer Lew Solomon; Writer Leonardo Rcrcovicl; and Writer Edward Huebscli. Three N'amcd Knrlicr Three ot the.se have been named by previous witnesses as one-time members of the Communist Party. They are Uris, named by Alcta Reis Rosenberg; Bercovicl, by screen writer .Richard J. Collins; and Miss Mor)ey by Actor Sterling Hayrien. The'committee also hopes to henr voluntarily from author Budd fichulberg, named by CoHins having quit the Communist Party In 1941. Meanwhile .seven more witnesses were on call for Monday to testify when the committee resumes hearings iTMct week. The committee yesterday suspended sessions for the retna inder of the week after hearing three witnesses—Actress Ann Revere, Radio script Writer Sam Moore and Screen Author Harold Buchman, •who refused to answer questions on grounds afforded by the first and filth amendments to thfl constitution, Schuman Plan 'Capital' Eyed Six W. European Nations May Set Up 'Pool' Headquarters PARTS, April 18. (>P>— Six West European nations which arc tx> pool their steel and coal today e visa god a .sort of European "District, of Columbia " for their operation hentlciuni'ter.s. One of the items still to be de- cirled i.s where the Schuman pool plan international authority, its legislative and judicial branches will be located. Llcge, Belgium, and Strasbourg, France, have bcsn pro- linsert. Sources cla^p [o the German delegation quoted Chancellor and Foreign Minister Konrnd Adenauer as K the six nations arc consider- the creation of a "European territory" for the plan, Tliis area, it was .said, would not belong to any single country but would lie owned and governed jointly by the participating countries as n symbol of their partnership. The six participating nations are Fiance?, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Their foreign ministers will hold a final .session today to approve the te>:t of the treaty creaiim., The coal-steel pool. They nre expected to sign, the document later today Jl then must lie ratified by eacl nation's parliament. Reds'Explain' M'Arthur Firing MOSCOW. April 18. (/!>)— Pravd? today asserted thai President Tru man dismissed General MacArthu because the former Far Kast com nmnrler liarl l>een unable to ac coinplish tile invasion of China. The Communist Parly nc'-vspape —in the first Russian comment. 01 MacArthur's dismissal—said Ih general had been given the jn' not only of taking all of Korea, bu also "of invading Manchuria t attack the Chinese People's Hepub lie." The U. S. president,. Pravda .in was tryiiiE to shin to MacArthu the responsibility for- American failures in Korea, Early Greek farmers are believe lo hnve been the first users of th fonr-wheeled wagon. REMEMBER MAMA?—A spectator at the independent arts exhibition in Paris is thrown (or a loss by this piece o( surrealistic sculpture. It's perfectly simple—the piece is titled "Motherhood," and it's by a sculptor named Muel. (NEA-Acme photo by Staff Photographer Rene Henrv.) "TAKE IT EASY. PAL"—The pet eat, Cauli, purrs consolingly into the car of her playmate, /iin's Debutante, a pedigreed Great Dane, after the dog was wounded by gunshot fired by an unknown assailant. The cut and dog. inseparable companions, belong to the John Zimmerli family in Salt Lake City, Utah. MacArthur Thought He Might 'Slip Quietly in the Back Way' By TAtll, KKKS' I.F.E -SAN FRANCISCO. April 13. lift - Nearinp San Francisco. General ,lacArlhur remarked: "We'll set.In after dark ami slip liiietly in the back way. That's what he thought! Arriving from Tokyo. MacArthilr andort at San Francisco liitcimi- .tonal Airpnrt at 8:2!) p.m. (11:29 ).m., F.ST) last nlRht. So boisterous was his spomaneous welcome, so unruly were the checr- ns crowds, that he arrived at his :iolel Iwo hours and ten minutes later. His 15 mile drive that normally would take about M minutes reriuirctl 100. Even then, so cluse was the crush of pressing shoving, wavina. clutch- ir>K. laughing and screaming iicople, that Mr. MacArthur and U-year-old Arthur did not reach the lintel un- III nine minutes later. How biR was the crowd? It vvns anybody's guess. There are abnut 2.000.000 people in the San Francisco Day area. Estimates—nil strictly guesswork — ran up lo half that many waving American and Japanese. "The Tokyo show u-as very significant, but." he said as his eyes glistened, "nothing can beat what your own people do for you." MacArthur's own pr-nple put on an uncontrollable demonstration. Waited Fire Hours His open car required more than five minutes to negotiate the last short block to the hotel entrance. There the crowd was thickest. It had waited with growing impatience for more than four hours, and not to be denied. At least five times It surged completely out of control. Numerous persons were knocked down or be came faint, but no serious injuries were reported, Hawke : rs;:pf MarArthur button, and smaTCllaRs were on the job early but found business poor be cause they could not move about. A handful of demonstrators idcti tifying themselves as, the "San Francisco Pence Crusade." attempt ed to approach the hotel, but coulr not get near. Their banners "Gc Out of Korea" and "Don't Dro| the A-Bo]nb." drew hoots, hoos an ribald laughter. Sailors seized some, broke sticks and hurled them after marchers. The crusaders retreatec A Chinese eirls' band kept th waiting throng moderately amuse but was almost ensullcd when Mac Arthur finally arrived. MacArthur Rave a quick wave ar. whisked Into I he lobby, where on lookers stood on desks ant! chair and clung to railings to impse, "1 saw only the lop of his tap- id after standing here for fH nirs." one woman complained. She was luckirr than most. Wise Ones Watch TV A wise few men stayed in tl ay bar, and witnessed via tel sion the tremendous speclac lat was going on only ten ste; way. : MacArthur was sped up lo 1: xth floor suite In a reserved el itor manned by Loreto Molldragc f Ccbu City, Philippines. "1 smiled and bowed but tl eneral didn't say anything." Mo FOR SALE Concrete culverts. 12 Inch lo 48 inch, plain m re en forced, Also Concrete Building ftlnrks cheaper than lumber fot barns, chicken hnusrs. pump tiousrs, tenant houses, tool slietls. We deliver Call us for Tree estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone 691 Don't Miss Our LINOLEUM SALE ROLL GOODS 12 Ft, 9 Ft., & 6 Ft. Lengths RUGS All Sizes And Grades Hubbard & Son Furniture Blythevillc Phone 4409 igon reported. "Alter all, he had - chance; the governor and the ayor were with him and I made quick trip." Once in his five-room suite—spe- ally lettered "M" hericelorth — acArthur got the chocolate milk jake nnd hot dog he had salri he anted, and all was silence. 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