The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 13, 1950
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TWO Bf.TTlttm.LE (ARK.) COURIER KEWB THURSDAY, APRIL. 18, G 0 P to Oppose Change in Group To Check Crime ' ! By O IJ|: WASHINGTON, April 13. W) — [ 1 Republican Senate leaders.have de- 'jjdecided to come out fighting against '.pi Democratic mo*e to shift a crime ^investigation Into the hands of a "ilve-man special committee. }','The OOP Policy Committee iireached this decision lite jesterday i'jat'a conference which boomed the ' J )mea[igatlon into a major political I Issue. !i Senator Taft (R-Ohlo) made It 'clear the Republicans are suspicious 3lfof the Democrats' motives in pro, Ipbslng that the crime inquiry be taken from the Judiciary committee. f He said the move apparently >i'as •made to keep two Republicans off "Hhe committee "who know most 7»boul It and are most interested In JJlt" He was referring to Senators nFerguson of Michigan and Donnell ^bf Missouri, : both judiciary commit- Stee members. y Political Propacanda ^ - But Democratic Leader Lucn.s of frIllinois retorted "that's Just political •j propaganda/' He* declared no one ; was trying to bar anyone from com- Lmlttee membership. , fi Lueu Insisted the special commlt- ,; tee was proposed as a sensible means ij6f merging separate investigations i by the Judiciary »nd commerce ;« committees '* The OOP decision made It cer- S.taln there will be a fight when :,'resolution Is offered to set up the c five-man group £. Some Republicans want the Invest: tigatlon to Include the outbreak of 1= violence 'a'nd: vote fraud charges .iri J Kansas City. Senator Kem (R-Mo) "called on'President Truman yester- j»day to break;up what he termed "an I Ainholy, alliance" between politics £ mnd crime In Kansas City. ',' ReWtaUoB Drifted s Senator Kefauver, (D-Tcnn), who V probably will direct the crime In- ij vestigatlon, has drafted a resolu- J tlon to aet up the special commit- J •«. He plans to bring It before the !* Senate tomorrow if possible £ "The resolution was not conceived Eon political lines," Kefauver told a 1: reporter, "and It won't be carried I out as a political matter. There is rtno Intention to damage or to aid jelttwr.pmrty." 5j Kefauver has Mid as far as he fife concerned there are a number '•of cities including Kansas city J,wher« investigations should be made gas soon as posslbls. g K«f»\i«r said, his resolution ? would auHwrlae Vlc« President aB«rHey to select the committee J membership and would authorize pthe taTM«gating group . to spend t»lJ«,OOe tat its Inquiry. P , C«ra«t* JM . Broad' ,.. TiM'-resolution is-broad enough, r h» said, to cover the operation of J'criras syndicates In interstat* com- f mere« : and what "corrupting influ- i:«n«s" 'they might have on local *ilaw tntorcement agencies. * J, Luc«s has said that Barkley JprobaHy would choose the two Re- E publican • members on Jhe basts of J.their -eommltt** * seniority This Jwotild .give the posts to Senators •iWiley-of Wisconsin and Tobey of fNew Hampshire. ", Th« i Bepublicans don't like the .-.power of appointment being placed feiri Barkley's hands. Taft said the gOOP senators take a dim view of £"the growing tendency on the part ?,of the Democratic leadership to try «?to select Republican members of J committees." = Lucas replied 11.seemed strange ,%to him that Taft.and the other ^Republican leaders "should Imply ?:that Wiley and Tobey aren't capa- rble of carrylngf on a proper Investl- P gation." Officer Trainees Are Sought Here U. Herman W. Kacwr will b« In he O.S, Army ind Air Forc» rt- rulllng station it City Hill here Vednwdiy to Interview applicant* or pilot ind navigator cadet train- ng. Lieutenant Kaes»r will be avail- ble for Interviews from 10 a.m. to p.m. and will also examine men nd women applicants for Army nd Air Fore* candidate schools. Cadet training require* two year« ollege «nd a single marital status •hlle high school graduates can pply (or officer candidate school. LEADS RED TROOPS-Cen. Lin Fiao, aboye, called ''th« Reds' best field general," commands the Communist troops massed in southern Kwantung Province for ah assault ori Hainan Island. Hainan has already resisted a series of small-scale Red Invasion attempts.. General Lin reportedly has 200,000 troops and orders to finish the Job of ^ conquering Hainan. Reds Claim Japan ecoming Arms Base LONDON, April 13. W)—The Sov- Army paper Red .Star asserted day General Douglas MacArthur "turning Japan Into a military se." ;The American occupation •util- ities.have established a dense net- ork of air nnd : naval bases," i article quoted by Uie,Soviet news eno7- TI.SS, 'American engineers. 1 have recon- ructed 33 Japanese aerdromes king them suitable for the land- g and. taking off of ,the moat 'werful modern bombers.-" The article declared MacArthur i» vivlng Japan's navy "camouflag- ' as naval police" to guard agalnsl UBgltng. , ; FFA Youth* fo Meet "; At Arkansas State I» JONESBORO, Ark.. Anrli 15. .J t — Some 1200 youths from Northeast ; Arkansas are expected to trke rtart -In district Future Farmers of Amcr- f lea Judging contests here Frirta jand Saturday. K George Sullards. district vocatton- agriculture supervisor, said 50 n ."the 60 FFA chapters in the dlstric -plan to send representatives. Dairy -.beef, poultry and meat Judging con Jests will bo featured in the competition. The contests will be held rat Arkansas State College. FOR SALE Concrete calTerts. 1Z Inch u W Inch, plain or reenforced A|MJ Concrete Building Blocks cheap. er thin limber fot b*m>. chicken hvnes. pump bones, tenant ho«5ti. ioo> sheds We deliver Call n f»r fr«c ntimale. OSCEOLA A CULVERT CO. TILE Phone CM The State Financial Responsibility LAW Is Very Strict! Before you have an accident, call 3361 for automobile Insurance • protection. For small premium, we include $10,000 Personal Liability. W. M. BURNS Imiirancc Agency \ ritish Increase utter Rations \, LONDON, AprlJ 13 (S^The food InLstry'has ordered the Brltlst utter ration Increased by on nee weekly and : the bacon ration duced by one ounce, effective'Ap I 23. Food Minister Maurice Webb an ounced yesterday the butler ratloi ill be five ounces « week which th a margarine ration-of fou unces and two ounces 'of cookin t,.wlll give the largest'fat allot ent since rationing began 10 years 50: - . •:'•'• The'reduced bacon allowance wl i quarter' pound weekly pe erspn. . Butter and bacon will cost rriori utter will go up four pence (4 2 ents) and bacon up two pence ound. ,287 Reward for Waab, : uzzy-Wuxwi» Character KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP>—The Futzy-Wuzrles of the Red Sea hills the Sudan can win a. reward of 267 for capture of a live waab. The vaab Is « legendary creature of Fuzzy-Wuzzie folklore. They say It Is an enormous crea- ure In the shape of a man, living the hills. It is supposed to be covered with thick red hair snd e5S the ability to speak all cnown languages. The waab, the Fuzzy-Wuzzics say, ha-i no Joints so t cannot He down. So It goes to sleep leaning against a tree. It can't scratch Itself since Its arms have no Joints, so it rubs It«l against a tree. . EJ.N. WallLs, governor of Khar- .oum, told a recent luncheon club group that many of. the, wilde Fuzzy-Wusles still believe In thi waab. He said that * governmen olfer of 100 Egyptian pounds posted years ago for capture of a Jive waab is still unclaimed. Nor ha anyone attempted to claim the 5< pound reward offered at the. same Ime for' a dead waab. : NOTICE OF PETITION TO ANNEX tERRlTOKY ; Notice Is hereby given that a pe tltion has been filed in the Count. Court for'the Chtckasawb* Dlstric of Mississippi County, Arkansas, b H. Noble Gill, Gladys Gill, hU wife J. E. Stevenson, Jr., Mary K. Ste venson, hi 1 ; wife, and Builders Sup ply, Inc:> who are .the owners of th property described herein, for th annexation of the following de scribed property to the City of Bly thevllle: All of the east half of the —Courier News Photo ASSIGNED HERE — Quartermaster First Class Bert Warblng- ton has been assigned here to open U. S. Navy recruiting offices. A native of Bradford, Ark.,-he conies to Blytheville from the Naval Air Station, Quonsct Point, R. I, Tills month marks the cpen- ing of Navy enlistment* which make It possible for recruits to begin service Immediately on enlisting without being placed on a walling list. northwest quarter of the northeast quarter, and all of the east half of the southwest quarter of the norttieast quarter, of Sectfon nine (9), Township fifteen (15) North, Range eleven (11) east of the fifth principal meridian. Dated at Blythevile, Arkansas', on thi-s 12th day of April, 1950. 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