The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 25, 1951
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1951 BLYTHEVIU.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Senate Crime Probers Eye Narcotics Traffic in Renewing 4-Months Work Group Heads for Limelight Again; O'Conor to Take Chair : WASHINGTON. April 25. Wi — The narcotics traffic looked today like a prime target of Senate crime investigators armed with $100.000 criminal activity that should be investigated. Senator Wiley (R-Wls), another member of the committee, likewise and four more months to pry into (has stressed narcotics and prosti- underworld activities. In eclipse recently as it worked quietly on legislative proposals, the crime committee headed back into the limelight yesterday with turn of events: 1. Senator Kciauvcr (D-Tenn), the committee chairman, yielded lo the demands of party leaders not only that the crime probe be extended but nisei that he stick with tt. At his own request, however, he will hand over . the chairmanship., to Senator O'Conor (D-Md>. 2. Democratic members of the crime committee quickly compromised their differences with the Republican members, who had been calling for continuation of ,lhe investigation, and an extension resolution was whipped through the Senate without objection. Group lo Have Expired The resolution provided for continuing the crime committee until next Sept, 1 and gave it $100,000 on top of the $265.000 It already.has received. It was to have expired Monday. C After Sept. 1, its records are to be turned over to the Senate's regular commerce committee. That group then will have authority to keep underworld operations under scrutiny and use any of the £100.000 not spent by the crime committee. O'Conor Is slated to be named formally as chairman on Tuesday after the crime committee submits its findings and its legislative recommendations to the Senate Monday. Until the committee files its report and he is elected chairman O'Conor told reporters IL was impossible for him to say xvTiaL course the dramatic investigation will take In the next four months. A former prosecuting attorney and a former governor of Maryland, O'Conor said in a Senate speech only, two days a?o. however that the sale and distribution - narcotics required thorough Investigation. Senate Vote Reiterated EJe reiterated after the Senate's vote extending the crime commit. tee that he felt the field of nar- j colics had not been-fully explored i because of lack of time. ' O'Conor also has mentioned organized prostitution AS a phase of tution as among the matters whtcli the crime prohers should turn their sp3tltght. With Senator Tobe.v (R-NHK the this other GOP member of the committee. Wiley introduced a resolution .ast week to extend the investigation until next Jan. 15 and to provide $150.000 ro finance it. The outcome was a victory for he Republican members. They had repeatedly called for continuing the probe while Kefauver and his Democratic colleagues had nropo.sed setting up a special Senate-House committee and a federal crime commission to carry on the work. Corn-on-t/ie-Cofo Eaters Con Fxpect More Fury, Less Fuss in Future PHILADELPHIA. April 25. f/lV- You fanciers of corn-on-the-cob can look forward to more fun am! less'fuss with your favorite food. Dr. Donald F. Jones, expert on foods and plants, says he's found out what causes the annoying little pieces that stick In your teeth. They are "glumes, little cups of skinh'ke tissue around the base of each corn kernel. Now, the magazine Country Gentleman says, he's working at the Connecticut agricultural "experiment station to develop a new strain of corn. "If we can get rid of the glumes, and keep the skin of each kernel tender, you'll be able Lo forget the toothpicks once you've wiped the butter off your chin," says Dr. Jones. Mon Wailgren 'May Resign' WASHINGTON. April 25. (AP) — Mon Wailgren, former governor of Washington and clcse friend of President Truman^ has announced he will resign ".sometime this summer" a,s chairman of the Federal Power Commission, He said In an interview yesterday .his reasons are personal and private. He .said he would go back to Washington and "look the situation over" but that he had not decided about re-entering politics because "I'm not sure the people want me." Washington elects a senator and governor next year. Dawes Funeral To Be Held Today OHICAOO, April 25 MV-Funeral .services for General Charles Gates Dawes will be held today in the First Congregational Church in suburban Evanslon. Burial services in Rosehill Cemetery will be private. Dawes, 85-year-oM former vice president ot the United States unler Calvin Coolidge, died of a heart attack in his Evanston home Monday nighl,_ He had not licen ill and last week 'had accepted honorary chairmanship of the committee to greet General MacArthur at the fieneral's arrival In Chicago tomorrow. Real Estate Dealer Sees All But Red in Closing Property Deal DUBOIS, Pa., April 25. fAP) — Attorney Leo Brockbank sow everything but red while closing a deal. ' Here's what happesed: Holland and Mary White sold their property to John and Nancy Gray. John Green, William G. Brown and Charles Black witnessed the transaction. Brockbank says blue ink wa5 used. PAGE FIVE Airline Pilot Winging His Way To Education as a Physician GOME DOG—When Ihe '.vcrd won.' out on the U. S. minesweeper Mainstay for all hands to "lay down lo the sick bay for shots," little Ghiisai, a Japanese-born pup, showed up, too. So Seaman James Thomas of Cleburne, Tex., held the pup, while Hospitalman Icl. Gerald "Doc" Magic of Preston, Minn., prepared lo do his dirty work. The scene is somewhere oft the Korean coast. (U. S. Navy photo from NEA-Acme.) NEW YORK (NBA) — Eugene Grleder, Jr., U working hts sviiy through college, but there Isn't any 'anger he'll try !o sell you magazine subscriptions. When Greider runs out of cash for his college bills (or for his wife and four-year-old daughter), 'he climbs aboard a four-cngined air freighter and pilols it across the North Atlantic to places like Brussels or Cairo, or across the Pacific to Japan. A 31-ycar-pld veteran of Navy patrol plane and transport duty, Grclder spent 350 hours and covered 70.000. miles last year, flying his way through New York Medical College. He hat! completed a three-ynai pre-mcilical course before the war and found himself broke. So he joined the Navy, cot his win«s. and Hew anti-submarine patrol in the Atlantic, air cover for the Norinnn- dy landings, ami later piloted hospital transport planes. When me war ended Gielcier still wanted to be a doctor—and he still needed money to finish medical training. So he signed up with Seaboard and Western, a cargo airline. Between studies he has skippered one of their DC-4s called the "Singapore Trader" over both oceans and in two famous airlifts- Berlin's "Operation vittles" and the Pacific run to Japan to supply Korea. When he started the long climb toward becoming a doctor, Greider decided he wanted to be a pediatrician. Now he's thinking about 'rogue Mokes Plans ! or Women Barbers PRAGUE (in—U everything ROCS iccordln? to plan, the time will •orne when there won't be a man jarbcr left In prasue. The men vho now work in the barbershops vill be in offices or mines or fac- ories, and women will be working n their places. The women already have a (oe- hold. They make tip the entire staffs of three of the 1,620 barbershops in this city of a million people. The plan—In line with a broad I'AY AS YOU FI,V: IXlRonc On-lit ?r, Jr., ulth (laughter Cheryl, flies his way through college. switching to flight medicine w he finishes Internship nnd residences. Ills daughter, Cheryl, four, thinks he'd be a wonderliil children's doc. tor. (.hough. She says the kid. would never mind the pills—or evci castor oil—if they could listen Greider's flying stories at the sain time. manpower program In Communist- let] Czechoslovakia—Is to cut the number of shops to 500—all staffed by women. Girls of !5 are now being trained as barbers in a technical chool. Wednesday & Thursday "Bombardier" "Amcricii Winged Fury in Action". I'sl O'llrien • Ann Shirley li:uul<il[.li Scull Vourift lobsters are so transparent (hat only their ayes art vlstbl* when they are placed In a dlih ot water, Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center* MANILA, ARK. Alalinecs Sat. & Sun. Ph. 58 Wednesday & Thursday 'Belle Le Grande' John Carrol Friday lust for Gold Olenn Ford tr Abbe Lane Sues Mrs. Xavier Cugat For Invasion of Privacy in Hotel LOS ANGELES, April 25. (/Pi —. this way: avier Cugat's singer, Abbe Lane,I She wants $100,000 believes the things Mrs. Cugat has said about her are worth half a million dollars. She filed a damage suit for that amount yesterday, breaking it down Bergman to Start Movie in France ROME. April 25 (/P)—Ingrid Bergman is due to begin a new movie early next week, her first major role since 1949 A representative of the Swedish actress announced she would so to Paris for exterior scenes for "Europe 1951." Husband, Roberto Rossellini, will prodtice and direct the film. Miss Bergman two years ago said Stromboli," her first picture for Rossellini, would be her last film. nee then she has borne Rossellini & son, divorced Dr. Peter Lindstrom inri married Rossellini. She and Rossellini also appeared .ogether In :onc movie, last July, «ting as extras a s a gag In a pic- ;ure shot at the Italian seaside re;ort of Amalfi. Kids Under FREE With Parents , PLAYGROUND Kiddles TIMES TODAY Double Feature Real Boxing Thrills Due to Public Demand We Are Now Offering DAY and NIGHT Television Service For Daytime Service, Phone 2642 For Night Service, Phone 4851 We Service All Make* and Models! FRED CALLIHAN Phone Radio Service 110 So. -642 Your Motorola »nd Admiral Dealer FORD . FORDS PHILLIPS MOTOR CO Hroadway & Chickasawbi Biythevillc, Ark. for "invasion privacy" the time Mrs. cugat nd some private detectives found er in the bandleader's hotel room. Irs. Cugat said Miss Lane was nude nd Miss Lane denied It. She wants $100,000 on trie grounds lat Mrs. Cugat and (he detectives ngaged In a conspiracy to conduct he raid.. She wants $50.000 because she as bruised and pushed during the aid, she says. She wank $100.000 because Mrs ! ugat wrongfully named her aj o-respondent, she says, in a sep- rate maintenance suit. Mrs. Cu- at was not legally divorced when ie married the musician, says Miss ane, so actually she and Mrs. Cu- at were merely competing for his ove. She wants 4150,000 punitive dam- Res, claiming Mrs. Cugat has shown lallce. GRABER'S Your Favorite Store of Budget Prices! JUST 3_DAYS ONLY1 THURSDAY • FRIDAY •SATURDAY APRIL 26-27-28 BUY YOUR ENTIRE SUMMER SUPPLY OF MEN'S SLACKS AT GRABER'S LOW PRICE! A wide selection of ploalod or plain fronH and confinuoui Hollywood waisf bands. Zipper flys, sizes 29 to 42 waist. Price 5.00 pr. PRICE THEATRE Shnw Starts 7:00 Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 Always a Double Feature RAYON CRUISE CORDS SOLID COLOR RAYON LUANAS FINE COTTON CORDS. SELF STRIPE RAYON LUANAS Last Times Toda WHEN THEY WALK IN.,. • ... love walks out and Ihe most rioto-i «venfj commence! 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