The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1949 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 31, 1949
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PAOIHX BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1949 THI NATION TODAY Lilienthal, Hickenlooper Battle Certain to Leave One of Fierce Combatants Wi't/i Ugly Wounds By JUMI Mariow WJUmMOTOM, May Jl. (JP)—The fight between David E. Llllen- thal, ..i.-iimm «{ tb* Atomic Energy Commission, and senator Hickenlooper, Iowa Republican, has now bur«t wide open. Thi« if no'peanut fl(ht. It has now become one of the most bitter B t,t, Cit>)n Quarrclt IB recent Wuhlngton hUtory. It revolves around to* wtaalc atomic entrty program and the way It'c being handled. HidBOlooptT ttuiei It by at-« ^i-Ung uUenthal, making chargeg, urging be be tired. Now Ullenthal want*'to Jlsht It to a finish, hai attafttd Blekenlooper .and demand* he put up or shut up. The dispute Vtween the two m»n —although other Republicans have Joined In criticising Lilienthal—can be boiled down to thU: Kickenlooper— 1. A week ago ne cnargfd Lilienthal with "Ircredible mismanagement" and "maladministration" of the atomic energy program. 2, He says he wants the Joint Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy, which could investigate his charges, to let him confront Lilienthal with proof. Lilienthal— I. He wants a Ions, public hearing on Hlckenlooper's charges Since the atomic energy program belong to the public and the charges were made publicity, ho says the public should not be left with doubts. J Lilienthal says this fight goci beyond any "political scuffling.' He labels Hickenlooper's charpfs a "cynicism," a "campaign of smear "Calculated to *rous and distrust." •' With two such head-on allacK. as these men have made on eac other, it's hard to see how ellhe now can retreat from what he ha, said ,i( either should wish to. But if there is a public hearln it's almost certain one of them wi suffer Injury in the public niln either to his intentions .his judg-, . ment. or his ability. It isnt very often that a high- placed public official takes off the gloves as completely as Lilienthal has now done and publicly tiles to take the skin off a United States senator. Senator* don't let that pass easily, U they can help It. But Lilienthal My« now he is "damn mad." At« LlllenthaJ Is pretty bald, but •turdy. He's held important govern- ent Jobs for 16 years, over since 933 when President Roosevelt plclc- hlm ft director of the Tcnncs- e Valley Authority. He's been praised and applauctcc Idely. He's been attacked anc ritlcizcd orten. As chairman TVA's public power, he hnd a long ght with the prlv&lc power inter sis. Critics of President Roosevelt am he New Deal hnve blaze.-! nway a Illenthal tor years, culling him an rch-New Dealer, which lie may ave liked, and n lot of things lie ertplnly didn't like. When President Truman picked ilm three years ago to head the ici?t important of all government irojecls—the Atomic Energy Commission—he hntl a Ions battle lie- ore the Republican - controlled Congress approved him. At that time the one who gave htm the harshest noing-ovcr—It 6 Union Men Ask Tribunal For Release FOR "FLEA-WAY"—Andre Vaucelle, manager of n auto cpany in PoitieVs France, displays the "Flea-Way" midget car his company is producing. The tiny aluminum car has a one-horsepower engine and » top speed of 45 mph. Cost is $4»z. .asted for days—was not a Ttewbll- can at all but a Democrat. Scna- lor McKellar of Tennessee, a long- lime foe of Lilienthal. Hickenlooper. at that time, was a Llllpnthal defender, Through most of his Quarrels Liltenthal was pretty restrained rolling with the punches. Retting the job he wanted or staying In the one he had. He's going all out now. McCrory Man Named Head of Bank Group LITTLE ROCK, May 31—(fl>)— Otto Miller of McCrory has bee elected president of the junior sec tlon, Arkansas Banker's Assoclatloi Other officers Include R. J. Dai Bherty, Magnolia, vice prcslden Jerry fuess. pine Bluff, treasure Howell N. Dfwls, Helena, sergenn at-arms. The section closed Its annual con vcntton here yesterday. Read Courier News Want Ads Newsmen Start r our of Battle Sites in Europe NEW YORK. May 31. (Ift— Forty- our former war correspondents who ovcred the original D-Day land- ngs In Noriniindy June 6, 1D44, arc oing back on the fifth anniversary o report what progress the year avc brought, The men will tour World War 2 battle routes in Europe to commem rate the anniversary. Details of their trip—called Beachhead Revisited"—were an lounccd by American Overseas Air incs The correspondents, who rcporte on the European war for newspaper wire services, radio networks, niaga rfnes, picture services and newsrecl will retrace the routes of America armies through France. Bclglun Luxembourg, and Germany. They will be decorated In Par by the French government ior war time services. Included in the group are three Associated Press men: Ed Ball, now chief of AP's Nashville bureau; Hal Boyle. AP columnist; and Peter J. Carroll, photographer, of Boston. .ittle Rock Man, : iancee Drown n New York Lake BOLTON LANDING. N.Y., May 1. (IP> — Searchers dragged Lake Georgp Uxiay in the hunt for a Jnion College sophomore and his pretly fiancee. Missing since they shoved of Sunday morning on a canoe-trip picnic are: Cuthbert O. fjerry) Walker, Jr 31, a native of Little Rock, Ark who entered the Schnectady College after four years In the Army Signal Corps. Miss Alma Gattl, 24, of Schnec- tady, a former Union College em- ploye. The canoe, half full of water and containing an empty knapsack, was found yesterday afternoon along the east shore. LITTLE ROCK, May 31 -(/Pi— raced with an ultimatum fron Washington County Chancellor Join K. Butt, six union, members Ixeld In contempt of court In Fayelte- villc yesterday applied to the Arkansas Supreme Court for release. They asked the high court to keep them out of jail pending ai appeal of their case. The Suprem Court treated the matter as i motion for a temporary restraining order by taking It under submls slon, but Indicated It might ente and order later In the day. After their regular Monday ses slon, the Justices went Into confer cnce to study the Issue. Attorneys for the six men, charge with picketing in violation of Chancery Court injunction, told tl Supreme Court that Chancellor Bu lad warned them: "You had better have some kin of papers from somewhere by a.m. May 31 or your clients will b n laII." The six union members. C. Carries, J. S. Ki-eltzer, J. M. Thorn icri'v. Jnrk Winters, Je^sif rv-" Robert Eaton, were fined $ nnci sentenced to ten days in rach. They were arrested on charges of picketing a construction project on which Carl Tune is the contractor after Chancellor Butt had Issued a temporary order prohibiting picketing. .ack of Storage pace Hampering Farmers in State \ LITTLE ROCK, May 31—</P)— \rkiuisas fanners do not receive .ill benefits of the federal price edernl marketing requirements. That's the information supplied upport program because of lack of torage facilities and failure to meet ounty agriculture agents and their nsslstants at a meeting here yester day. Dr. John White of the College of Agriculture, University of Arkansas said that only cotton and rice were covered. Only these have commerx- al storage facilities. No machinery has been si;t ur lo support egBb, milk, oatt. con: and other commodities, Dr. White said. The situation will net be changed under a new support plan scheduled to become effective Jan. 1. Associate Director Aubrey Oate. of the State Agricultural Extension Service presided at the meeting. Handicraft Students Meeting it Postponed The Blythevllle Handicraft Class, cheduled to meet Monday In the lounty Agent's office at the Court iousc will not meet until June 0. Mrs Gertrude B. Holiman. home lemonstratlon agent, announced orlay. Mrs. Holiman. Keith J. Bilbrey. county agent, and E, E, Chandler, assistant county agent, be in to at 11, 'Inthe Fayettevllle from June 6 where they will attend an Service-Training" seminar University of Arkansas. Names Commissioners 'LITTLE HOCK, May ai-w- Mrs. J. L. Taylor of Coming, Grarry Holland of licbcr Springs and Red Larimer of Green Forest have been appointed to the Arkansas CWr memoratlve Commission by GovtT- nor McMath, Carnes Is business representative of the International Hodcarrlers Building and Common Laborers Union (AFL) ad the other five are members. Two Convicts Escape From Oregon State Pen Read courier News Want Ads Wins Yale Scholarship NEW HAVEN, Conn., May 31. lift —Prof. Albert B. Crawford, director of Yale Student Appointment Bureau, today announced one of six special scholarship award winners for the I9«-50 academic year at Yale University is Bobby T. Eskrid?e, 1941, of Little Rock, Ark. SALEM, Ore., May 31—Wl—Two convicts went over the state prison's wall In a hail of gunfire early yesterday. Deputy Warden Gene Halley said both were dangerous. One was John O. Plnson, 20. serving a life sentence for the murder of a state policeman n the Dalles, and the other William P. Benson, •II. serving five years for armed robbery. Hallev said they were aided by a saw and a wrench apparently, smuggled in to them. . As they went over the south wall a guard saw them and opened fire. was not known whether either Negro Church Group To Hold Agricultural Chautauqua June 16 The Negro TnterdenoniinMiDivil Alliance yesterday voted lo sponsor an agricultural chautaquua 111 All- gust and to ask the Blylhevillt. Min- sterial Alliance to participate In he installation of new o(Iicci> tnr the negro group *Iune 16. Rev. B S. McFaddcn, pre:,ulen of the Negro alliance, said that thr installation will be conducted at the True Light Baptist Church on (he night of June 16. Yesterday^ me*'- ing was at Carter Tempi.- The agricultural lecture ylcs «'ili rotate among the negro churches and they will Invite white at'ricul tural leaders to participate In the series. The tentative plans call for the chautauqua to be held Augus 8-12. The minister's group will try to obtain the services of both white and Negro county agents and home demonstration agents for the lectures. 6 YEARS OLD STRAIGHT IOURBON WHISKEY • THIS WHISKEY IS 84 PROOF • REtMONT DISTULINO CO.. IAWREN CE BUBG. IND. was hit. Halley said both were lightly dressed and neither wore shoes. Pinson, who entered the prison May 24, 1947, failed in an escape attempt last November when several prisoners set fire to the flax sheds. Benson started his five-year term May 5, 1948. W/iy Shouldn't June Brides Be Happy! The game of auction bridge originated in India. We Wish to Announce That J. H. "Jimmy" McCall is now associated with us as Service Station Manager Langston-Wroten Co. Walnut & Broadway Exclusively in Blytheville at Hubbard & Hoke NOW! i You Can Buy an ABC Washer LIVE ^'ELECTRICALLY AND ENJOY THE 'cV For Only Nowadays when a miss gets married she doesn't have to worry about marrying a rich man who can afford to hire a lot of servants—'cause Rcddy Kilowatt, her electric servant, will automatically he at her home performing a host of daily chores. She knows that Roddy will do the family wash easily and quickly with the latest automatic washer, dryer, and ironer— plus furnishing all of the hot water for her every need. She knows that Roddy's handy too when it comes to cleaning the house and sewing. And in her all-electric kitchen, Retldy is her super servant. Cook ng the meals with an electric, range, roaster, pop-up toaster, coffee maker and waffle iron; supplying ice and keeping foods safe with an electric refrigerator and deep freeze. Te even carries out the garbage for her through an electric sink •with its dishwasher and waste disposal unit. All time-saving, step-saving performances. Remember too, Reddy's on duty 2-1 hours a day every day; and, best, of all, his daily wages amount to only a few pennies. No wonder June Brides are happy. 95 Pay Only $5 Weekly Beautiful, Easy-to- Clean, Lifetime Enamel Finish Durable, One-Piece Electrically Welded Steel Construction Ark-Mo Power Go. The ABC Washer Is designed to do one thing better than any other washer of it's type . . . WASH CLOTHES CLEANER AND FASTER/ Exclusive French type non-tangling agitator. Giant capacity. See the ABC quality today , . . HUBBARD & HOKE Appliance Co. Ntxt Door to Hubbard Furnitur* Co,

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