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TUESDAY, JUNK 10, 1947 Congress to Keep Eye on Russians Turmoil in Europe i; Figures in Vacation Plan of Lawmakers , B > r "EX CHAKEY ,(unllf,i press Staff Correspondent) i WASHINGTON, June 10. (UP) — "' ' ikcr Joseph W. Martin, led today that Congress at nipnth with the un.. „ that, it may be called •Hack at any time. One factor which may be important i n determining whether the cotii congress is called back before ' ; the second session in January is i the course of u. s.-R«ssiim relations in lh c next few months. If ; there is a distinct turn for the i worse, congressional leaders would :v;ant to be on hand to deal with the situation. • Martin told reporters that Republican leaders "have the responsi- ; uilily for legislation" and there,. fore would not b e included to ad: jmirn sinp die for fj ve months In -•case or sine die adjournment, only I President Trumnn would have nu- ; ihonty to call congress into sne- ' cial session. • "Under nrcsent circumstances, where wr have a Democratic president and a Kcpublican-controlled . Congress, w e ictl that II l s our re; sponsiblHly to bo able to call Con- Kivss into session at, any time we > consider it necessary,'" Martin said. ' Present plans call for congress to complete its first session work on or jibout July 2B. The second ses- • sion will be convened next Jan 3 The technical procedure under : which Congress will quit next , month work/; this way: Atournmcnt will be with'the pro- ' visidH):liat the speaker of the house : an<| thr. president, pro lempore of , thc ^•W" 11 '' or tlle ma Jorily leaders | ; of boili houses, or the minority leaders of both houses, are authoi n- ed to summon congress back into '"session. Steering Committee KEtTs "f Martin said that procedure had ;been followed by the Democrats in y-ecent years while they were in Control of Congress and that it, had forked out vcr v well. -. Martin called the Republican iSteerlng Committee of !,n e House :logullier yesterday to discuss Ihe .'future legislative program. Chairmen of sf^-cral of the important legislative committees, as well as appropriations coinmit'.e" Cbaii- nian John Taber. R., N. Y., discussed their problems witn the steering committee. Other committee crmirn lsil are to ,be called before the steering committee within the ney.r. few days so that the legislative program for the remainder of this session can I be worked out. 1 Two of the major republican mea- £i(ures — the labor conlror bill and j j.the personal income tax reductioii I ?bill — have been approved bv Congress an/^are on President Truman's ci/JH|- Bub tliere are a number of otner important measures, including several appropriations bills, which still must be acted upon. The steering committee hopes to have a clear-cut idea soon of the work that must be done before the "session ends. BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Wind and Fire SeV the Stage Huge.piles of old tires burning in a waste rubber dump, plus a high wind which spread the Tiro JO yards every five minutes, produced this spectacular scene in Mitchain. England. .Firemen in foreground try to extinguish the blaze against a backdrop of dense, black smoke. 'Less Accidents' 'Memphis Movie Censor Bans Charlie Chaplin Film, 'Monsieur Verdoux' •• MEMPHIS, Tenn., June 10. (UP) [ —The number one guardian of Memphis morals, movie censor Lloyd T. Binford, today banned ;;Monsieur .Verdoux," Charlie Chaplin's first picture in seven years, i because: 1. Or "Chaplin's reputation." 2. Murder is not a joke. ,' Uinforci said the picture, the seventh banned by the Memphis censor board in recent months, is "a Coinedv that makes a joke of mur- cler.W.He did not expand on his I reference to "Chaplin's reputation." Chaplin plays a modern Paris | Bluebeard who makes a business of narrylng women and then disposing I at them iii the picture, his first | since "Thereat Dictator" in 1040. | Murder Suspect Held MEMPHIS, Tenn., June IJD. (UP) I —George Lee Mullins. 22. of Phoenix city. Ala., was hold here today tor questioning by Mississippi au- '.horities in connection with a blud- ;eon robbery-slaying near Holcomb. Vliss.. two years ago. Private Inpestigator Park Sum| ners said Mullins admitted he kll- cd Clinton Carpenter, 24, with, a ack handle .and then robbed him. LEARN TO i j We will teach you how in I ;!glit o.\i»^lessons. Helpful I for "Regulars" as well j is "Beginners." | Single "Refresher" Lessons Complete 8-I.csson Course SINGER SEWING CENTER 414 W. Main St. Boys Under Suspicion in Babes Deaths FACT TIY* Rocky Graziano to Meet Finazzo in Bout Tonight •Mf-MPHIS.. Tenn.. June 1. (UP) T -Hockhbye. .Rocfcy. Gruzlano meets club flghtor ,Kcldic Kiim/zo, IBalti- niore, at l^iirgrounds Outdoor Arena hore tonight and the rintiwlse today were beltinu that Rocky would stop. ,1115 man _ in less than five rounds. The id-round match is pne of the lasl .scheduled for Ci'iixlaiio before he makes his second challenge for Tony siiilij'.j middleweiglil" crown in Chicago July 16. MAS91MX3.V. O. June 10. (UP) —'Police Chief Stanley Swilter ov- clri-ed questioning O f four child patients renewed loduy and snUt all eviclourc Indicated nl loust <>»« of them was guilty of. the double slaying of (wo infants In the ped-1 lulrics ward of city hospital. | The murder liugiilrv .sWking back; to the children's ward, next (o the room where I he two bnble.s were] found dviiift In their cribs, afler lie di'Kvlor tests Klven to tho-ex- soloier futher of one victim proved inconclusive. Chief Ewltler snid mental strain snflereil by Harry K. Morton, youiiK futher 01 nine-wecks-old liose Miu'y Morion, made "not at all conclusive" M'Miiijj of u ]|,. detector te.st to whkh he .submitted voluntarily hi Cleveland yesterday. Morton, who married :>|s brother's widow, snid he would submit to another tc.il later. Police luinonncecl. however, thai a i.'iuvk had ronflnued his story ihat lie was visUInx relatives :u the lime of Ihe »lnyini!<i. •Swittcr snld he Wiis convinced that one <ir more l)0y patients 'Threw away my harsh laxatives" "Out they went, all hnrsh. cmbiimiss- 1"K i>uri(Atlves. Fur my constipation turned inn to lie due to Int-k cf 'bull:' in the dirt --mid b'entle AU.-UII proved llu> n Kwer." 1C yuu huve this Iroiilih', toil, ejit an ounce of K E I. [. IMl 0 ' S AI.L-IH:AK every day In milk (or sprinkled ovei other coieids. ur bukf'd ill AI.I.-LIKAM jnuffhis) — nnci ilrlnk plrnly of watcJ 1 . KKi.rocn's- AI.L-HHAN is p,unronleed to keep you ii"(iilL»r niLUivaUy.oi 1 [Jotd>(c your money housed on the same floor -slipped Into Ihu pediiitrlcs wind I'rldny nltiht while Die nurse was om, pulled baby Hose Mary—who hud club feel and hands—and elKlit- week-okt Dliino limud IhroiiKli tlw filaUs of Ihelr cribs luul Infllctod lue tutid ( wounds, One small K\\-\ patient was re- ported to have told police she saw a boy patient cnler the pediatrics ward on the night of the .sluylnsc;. Aitpl* Varieties There are approximately vls.o'X) dlflercnt varieties Of apples grown In Ihe United States, but only (iboul fCO varieties have been utli- Club 61 niythcvllle, Arkansas -- Hlyhway Cl North Dine and Dance Couples and Parties Only Open 6 Nights Weekly Owned liy W. A. <H('d> Utckmlaff mul Cleoriw For liesfivatUms Telephone «•!•) zed i/wiiinci dally and piily these are well kno'An. i , Fngland. produces more tii^n a billion gallons ot milt a year.,:, j PIN-WORMS NOW CAN BE BEATEN- The mlicrlcj of .Fln-W6rm» '*»»'' bfra Known for ccnturln, onj million! o< vlti llnu hove Kmiiht cwir to if«L wKk th[« liral that lives liuhle Hie hum«n bolr.' lu.lay, ttmnks to n nwlil, fr.«<ft*»lty »coi:i>Jr.c<! druu R highly niTi-rtivt ttfU- '"''«', i»» Ix-cn tnailc jio«lbk. TKIs drag I, this vll. InureJIvM In f-W, IK. Pln.Wor*. iftliMs developed in tlic bboralorl«» of Dr. I). Jsync & Son. llic urnnll, cniy-lo-lnke P-W tulltui irt In a ai.cclul >vny to tianan Pln-Wormi. Bo i on I lulTk-r with llui rmtwrruifiiit r«ul £oil by this iii-ly pctt. A»V your ' A police officer inspects (lie wreckage of an automobile wr.lcli. \vliilr speeding 70 miles per hour, crashed head-on into n streetcar in Chicago The driver of the car. Gerald D. Fisher, 32, n steel company salesman, was critically injured. Note the "(era accicleuU" sjyn on -iront of Hie streetcar. (NBA Tele|>liolo.) Granddaughters Of Irurbi Objects Of Custody Battle NEW YORK, June 1C. (UP) — The two young granddaughters of concert- pianist Jose Hurbi ijl.iycci todaj' with n new cocker spaniel puppy in the Long Island ho;ne of their father, violinist Stephen Hero, who said the next move in n battle for custody of the girls was "P to Iturbi. Hero salfl he "abducted" his own children from Ittirbi's California home yc-sterday and brought them to Ne«- York by airplane because they were unhnppy with their famous grandfather. Antonia. 0, and Teresa. 10. had no comment but posrd willingly for photographers, holding the puppy. Friends of Hurhi in Beverly Hills said any legal action in the case would await return of the famed pianist from n European concert tour. Hero said he had lived "in fear of violence" In the Iturbi household Utility Asks Permission For Large Bond Issue •LITTLE KCCK, Ark, .lunc 10. 'UP) -The Arkansas Public Service Commission today granted Ihi: Ar- 'kansas Power and Light Co. j>cr- mirsion to issue $11.0:0,000 worth of first mortgage bonds to be sold in competitive bidding. In its application, A. p. and L. said the proceeds would be used in liart to carry out n 522803,000 expansion program in 1947 and 191P, to reimburse its treasury for funds already spent, in expansion' and to pay off a s horl-term debt of Sl,- 750.CCO. The Public Service Commission ordered that the bonds must sell ai not less thnn par value and must bear interest ot not more lhan 3 1-8 per cent. for n year and decided to brine Ihe children to Nc« p York and the hnmn of his parents "so we can be happy." Hero, a protege of Iturbi. married Maria rtiirbi in 1S3C. She committed suicide a year ago. A fight, for cns- I tody of the children began when the parents separated in 10-11. Hassell's liquor Store Quitting Business — Lease Expired Special Closeout Values $6.25 3.95 Old Granddad Old Taylor Old Crow Walker's Deluxe Canadian Club Four Roses Seagrams Schenlcy Calvert Philadelphia Hill & Hill Old Sunnybrook Fifths Pints 5th $4.75 5th $5.35 5th $4.25 pints 2.65 Fifths .$4.00 Pints 2.50 5th $4.15 pint 2.50 5th $4.15 pint 2.60 Not Moths Is the Greatest Enemy of your FURS Certified Coid Storage Send us your woolens, tco! The cost of storage is so slight you cannot afford to be without this protection. Absolute Protection We Invite Your Inspection. Blytheville Steam Laundry Get o on the Job • Almost every hour in the clay you will find a good tise for the "Jeep" as n truck, light tractor, runabout or mobile power unit. Wilh ii.s mighty Willys-OverLincI "Jeep" lingine and powerful -f-whccI-Jrive, you can go most anywhere in n "Jeep," on or off the road ... in fair weather or in Toul. Get a ''Jeep" on the job. It wilt pult plow?, harrows, seeders, mowers; tow 5,500-11). trailed payloads; haul 800 Ibs. The -"Jeep" will carry men and tools Kcross town or to hard-to-gct-at places in * jiffy. Wherever it goes, its power take-off is ready to run your machinery right on the job. Come and sec what the amazingly versatile 4-purposc ! 'Jcep" can do for you. SEE THE MIGHTY 'JEEP' AT POOLE MOTOR COMPANY ELLIS POOLE, Owner and Operator Stcele, Mo. Phone 49 M-M-M-M-M-M-M Plentiful—Economical! THAT'S HO W.YOU WANT IT THAT'S HOW YOU GET IT— With Automatic Eleciric Water Heating Turn a faueef-that's all there is to it! Electric Water Heating is automatic and dependable 24 hours a day. Controlled tempera-' tujo means no scalding. .. no \vaiting. Economical, loo-Ask RecWy! Soo your electrical conlraclor today. Ark-Mo Power Co. 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