The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1951 · Page 5
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• THURSDAY, 'AUGUST 30, 1981 (ARK.V COURIER NETfi TASK FTVI Crime Group Requests Probe of Washington WASHINGTON. Aug. 30, (AP>— lorcement, called today (or s probe The Senate Crime Committee. end- Ing a dramatic crusade against gangsterism arid lack of la» r en- Holiday Death Toll Forecast 390 Highway Fatalities Expected en Labor Day CHICAGO. Aug. 30. (Ifi— The Iji- bor Day week-end, this summer's only three-day holiday, m»y produce 390 traffic deaths, the National Safety Council estimated today. Labor Duy Is second only to The report probably will call (or i Christmas a« the most dangerous contempt citations against a num- ] holiday for motorists, council rec- ber of reluctant witnesses. The group, headed by Senator into crime In the nation'* capital Itself. But it'guarded well the secret of oth'er recommendations It will make to the Senate In a report which will officially end its 15-month career of searching Into dark placet in big and Vttle towns across the land. India Defends L Treaty Refusal Nehru Pledget Not T? Sign Conflicting Pact with Japanese NEW DELHI. India. Aug. 30. I , In ft hard-hitting note to United States India today defend- j ^oniinTe" th7 stud7"and"'surveil- O'Conor (D-MdJ, pushed to complete the report in time to hand it to the Senate Friday or Saturday and then turn over to another committee its unspent funds, recordings and investigating powers. Staff employes said the commerce committee — under senate orders to lance" of organized crime and now to destroy iw-will find the wallet ed her refusal to attend the Japanese peace conference in San Francisco. I ncar i y empty. At the same time Prime Minister ^ le commerce Committee, led by Jawaharlal Nehru pledged his gov- j Sen ator Edwin C .Johnson <D-Colo>. errnnent not to sign a separate pact; agreed yesterday to take a look at with Japan whose terms would con-' the recc ,rds and check with the Fed tratiict provisions of the American- eral Bureau of Investigation before sponsored treaty. j deciding its next step. The Indian note was In reply to 1 one from the U.S. Stale Depart- j ment Aug 26 expressing displeasure j with India's decision to boycott the : San Francisco conference. It was' marie public in parliament here. j The note asserted that, contrary to American claims, the people of I ords shotv. "We hope our estimate Is way too high." Ned H. Dearborn, council president, sain. "But with nearly 40.000.000 vehicles on the in o v e during the summer's last holiday, plus the taack-to-school rush frnm vacation spots, a 390 toll—or more— likely unless everyone drives and walks sensibly. The estimate covers immediate deaths onl.v and i.s for the period from S p.m. Friday to midnight Monday. Lawrence May Merge'Two County Sears WALNUT RIDGE. Ark., Auz. 30. iff*) —Civic leaders have proposed consolidation of the two counts' that Formosa would be turned over seats in Lawrence County and er- Head Courlej Nexs Classified Ads the other here. Henry Rainwater was named chairman of a comriuttee studying the idea and Sept. 17 was set [or meeting to discus:> it. JAPAN: Rebirth of a Nation Illustrated by Ralph Lane MeewM her overage form i« oflh; 2.5 acres HI size, Japan has hod tohorveK rh« MO. At *e end of the wai, However, !»€' fishing industry, *orld'i largest, suffered critkol shortages of petroleum, fishing nan and ropes, as well as large boots SCAP'l rush-old program, however, restored tHe industry to pre• oar levels by 1943. In the ywr» btfore (He wor, Nipponese fisHer- men hauled an average or 9,300.000,000 slippery pounds o( tish aboard tfteir wtselv Almost 1,500,000,000 pounds, however, were caught in areas now controlled by Russia. A recent decrease in sardine ond herring runs works still another hardship on the one million Japanese exploiting the deep- • One talutiofl wcim to b< nt " 4*9 H»e )r»eW m the ovthortied fisb- wg «*o. SCAMirected whding •«. t*p*di*KHH havt boosted the pro~~ dtfctWt y«W pei blue whale from II ~ t« 48 to*H, Another is to giv« the M*efHWfi mwt If»«fttjv*. A step i» toward this hos been the revision c4 ] J* feudalist* lov$ governing the m- ~l| — dttttry 0*1 *** brmottoit o* japan's biggest hop* for topping j*t*qr pw* duction lies in the removal of reitrietioM •* the SCAP-autSorired fRhrng o*w ifc<*« above. In September, 1949, the are* «M em- tended east to the international dote fat (left), indicating that the Japonew how ot lest corrected Those abuses which Ie boring notions to cry "Pinrtel Crackdown on 'No Money Down TV Set Ads Planned by Agency enough bo meet the lowered requirement for a 15 per cent down payment. The new economic controls act permits trade-in allow- I ances to be counted toward down Board members discussed the pro- j P a S' ments osed regulation yesterday with in-; Officials said In some cases ads i SINGAPORE. Aug. 30. (API—A Malayan Teacher Loses in Attempt To Regain Wife WASHINGTON. Aug. ^0. CAPJ- The Federal Reserve Board is alw: lo crack down on the practice 'ifjtcreslcd senators and reported they have promised the allowance of j Malayan school teacher's Una] cf- advprttsinp "no money dowij" sale 1 8ft n sympathetic response. 540 for an old radio set nol worth I lorts to set hack the pretty 13-year- r,[ television sets, refriecralors and' As officials explained It. the. ":io M. Tlicy said the boarrl i-pusrriv nld Dlllch S irl he married anrt then held a lower court order awardinf ! custody of Moslem-reared !kfsrl« | Uertha Hertogh to her mother and annulling the marriage to Inche I Mansoor Adabi. The court unani- i mously dismissed Adabl's appeal of ! the order. Japan did not approve of the treaty. It insisted [hat the treaty should contain a declaration reaffirming to China and failed on the U.S. to hand Okinawa back to Japan. India \Vas Chiiinl The U.S. note had chided India for insisting on the return of Okinawa to Japan by the U.S. while as- j senting to continued Russian con- j trol of the Kuriles. The Kuriles are a srroup of islands between Japan proper and Siberia. ' ! India's reply tcday said this arrangement was worked out at Yalta and "the government ol India can not be held responsible for an Inconsistency which is a result of the Yalta agreement-" While vigorously defending India's stand, the note appealed to the U.S. no! to let differences over the treaty affect friendly relations between, the two countries. US. officials have let it be known that India's attitude might bring about a tougher American policy towards India. courthouse. television sets, refripcralors and' As officials explained It. the. ":io *5. Tliey said Hie board regards , other upplianres subject to federal money down" ads usually say trade-i Mils as |)rlre nilting lather than a (^S^"^'^ 0 "" 1 " c " tl "' Uc mntl ' TPdit restrictions. 'in allonaiioes will be generous i Eri"d-faith trade-in. ' — The case touched otf racial-religious riols last December between police and fanatic Moslems who supported the husband. Four per- ; sons were hilled and more than » hundred - re Injured in-the three- Ttie supreme court or appeals up- -Jay melee. at Powhatan. U.S. Says Rubber Demand Will Be Filled Jan, 1 WASHINGTON. Auc. 2fl. (API — The government today notified Ihe nation's tire and rubber companies .their demands for rubber may be 'met in full starting Jan. 1. I I The. National Production Authority said stepperi-up production In the government's synthetic plants should permit rubber allocation "on • the basis of need" In the first quarter of 1953. - Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center MANILA, ARK. 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