The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 13, 1947
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PAGE BCT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.). COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1947 U. S. Court Bars Judge from Trial Prejudice Cited As Reason Jurist Won't Hear Contempt Case WASHINGTON, June 13. (UP) — The U. S, Circuit Court of Aj:p;als yesterday stood pat on. its order .barring Federal Judae 'Alexander Holtzoff, on grounds °f prejudice, from..hearing a contempt of Congress case against members of the anti-Fascist Refugee Commute;, an alleged "Communist front," The prejudice charge was brought j aitainst HollZDff by Novelist Howard Fast and 15 other defendants who wen; 'accused of contempt of Cnngress because they refused to submit rerords demanded by the House UiiAinerican Activities committee. •Hoilroff refused to bar himself, but the appeals court agreed with thn defendants. Today il rejected a Kovermnent plea, supported 'JJ' Holtzoff's sworn denial of prpdu- dicc. that it reconsider its action. V. s. Attorney George Morris Fay said he would not carry the appeal to the Sunreme Court. The prejudice charge was based on the contention that Holtzoff was "a Justice Department attorney at at time when the FBI was investigating the anti-Fascist committee. Refugee Relates 'Russian Nightmare' Atlanta Bus Liner; to Share Profits With AFL Drivers •ATLANA, Gh., Juno 13. (UP) — Two suburban bus lines opera ting ir the capital city area lofiny signed profit-sharing contracts with SO 'AfL union bus drivers. The agreements set, aside 2"> per cent ot net operating profits before taxes for>division among workers who arc nfliliatcd with the Atlanta local of the Street. Rail; Workers, union. Terms were announced by Jesse TJ. Walton, union president, and J. C. Stcimnetz. transit, company prcs- irlent. The lines involved are the t Suburban Coach Lines and Atlanta Northern Lines. Inc., which transport, thousands of surburban residents lo and from Atlanta. Tbe plan provides a point system with varying amounts of credit allowed for seniority. ap.ilkation to duty, accident record, appearance and ability. Point credit fur workers Is determined Jointly by the union and company. Maria Noell, 20, native of Philadelphia, Pa., caresses Ihe American flag; upon arriving in New York uflcr (wo years of wiial she falls a "Russian 'nightmare." She was living with her parents in lio- inania when "liberated" by the Ilussians, who, she says, shunted, her across Russia in calllu cars, starved and beat her, forced her lj work in Soviet factories. CJeiaki Makma, U. S. consul general in Cicrmuny, icscudd lu-r and tent her back to her iiiiUk'e land. Klic [Iocs not know whut hyppcncd lu her parents. Occupation Money Loss, *atterson Says WASHINGTON, Juno 13. "he Wur Department said yester- lay Hie American taxpayer won't :jo "one thin dime" by the o;> 'patlon currency transactions in ioriimiiy despite tlic (car s voiced y Republican SenaUirs. Sen William P. Knowland n.. Cal., jinrt several oilier GOP scnn- lors fear American taxpayers will ho slurk with a bill Tor J400.WM,- 000 to $!) 00 ,00 0.000 through redemp- llon of nusfian-prlntcd occupation notes flowlnp into the U. s. si-nun. Srcrclnrv of War Robert P Patterson repllni that Army expenditures fnr German labor and Koorts will liquidate ill! the occupation currency "In about one .var," aiut 'Tn cost tnxnn.vcr<; nnlhlnK. He snid he would welcome the hive-;- tiuatlon planned bv Ihe Senate Ai>- i:rm>ri;iti"ii.'i Committee. Son Styles Bridges, n N 1! chnlrmnn of tlm Appropriation; Committee. sal,) the hearhiRs wouli (.•el underway nrxl week with to.s- litnonv from "top echelon" official? ol thn stntc, War and Treasury Dcpni (.merits. Hindu Leader Visits Trouble Spot Strong Domestic Policy Necessary, Arnall Says . June 13. IjT'PIE RCCK. Ark.. . IUP) — Former Gov Ellis Arnall of I- Georgia said here last niyht that a strong domestic policy is nce- essary lo An-erieii's .slirngth around the council tables of the world. "A working democracy at home is cur 3)?st defense against Communism and all forms of totalitarianism." Arnall declared. Ho described his .strong domestic policy as belter educational oppor- j tunHics, improved health comli- [ tions and economic opportunity. Tile former Bovernor wlio ousted the political regime or the laic Eu- gene Talmarige national problem tiic housing sit the government lead." aid Uic big at this tim uation In w should take gest e Is hich the Parliament Heads' Approve Truman-] King Peace Ideas OTTAWA. June !3. *Upt — Spokesmen lor the chief opposition parties in Parliament approved today Hie Tduman-Klnq policy of collaboration between Canada and the United States for n new world order of peace and prosperity. Gordon Graydon, M.P. for the official progressive conservative opposition (Mi matters of foreign pul- ic.v. Canadian co-opernlivo federation leader M. ,1. Coldwell, and social credit leader Snlnn Low, Joined in the indorsement which assured the Truman-King cooperation proposals a green light in whatever concrete form they may come before parliament. The form was uncertain. The expectation was that the cooperation would be mainiv til the highest executive level,'with Parlhmenl kept Informed of plan s for joint economic and defense action but with a minimum of legislation. Main parliamentary debate was expected lo b^ on the general principles of cooperation and it was considered ilkely tlmt it would take place in the major external affairs debate scheduled to occur when the treaties of peace with Italy. Hungary, Finland and Romania come up for ratification. Court Ruling May Revolutionize VA Policy Payments CHICAGO. .June 13. (UP) -The U. fi. circuit. Court of Appeals yesterday handed down n ruling which upheld by the Supreme nilKlil revolutionize the p:\ymcri 1 . of benefits to ice men. heirs of deceased Sailor Dies of Injuries MFMPHFi, Tenn.. June 13. (UP) —Navy Aviation Machinists Mate Robert K. Crowder, of Seattle. Wash., died late yesterday of ln-| juries received ijine hour,; earlier when his car plunged off a highway North of here. The death was Shelby Counlv's 12th traffic fatality of" the year, outside the Memphis city limits. Field May [or Cats EASTCN, Pa. (UP) — The cair, had their day iij Easton. A runaway milk fruclc sped down n hi ant'."crashed into a building, sluu- The court granted $4B,C8 a month to Mrs. Tillic Za/ove. beneficiary in n $5.000 government In.snnuicc policy taken out by Adolph B. Scliwail*. who <lied in a Japanese prison camp. The ruliiiK reversed an earlier decision by District Judge John Finnic;! who had held that the regulations of the Veterans Administration pru- vidcd that she be paid only $20 5n n month. Mrs. Zamvs, 57, appealed on the ground that her life c.xp.'c- tiincy was shorter because she was over 30 years old. tcrini; ?AQ quarts of milk downtown street. This lalesl picture of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, sealed at right talking to Hindu and Sikh <lclonnlcs in Lahore, was taken when the Hindi! leader cl the all India Congress Parly visited the Tun- jab 1'rovince areas damaged in recent religious rioting. U. S. Court Supports Attempts to Jail Mayor WASHINGTON, .June 13. (UP) —Thn U. S. C-Jiirl of Appeals yesterday supported government attempts to put Mayor .J.imc:; M. Curlcy of Boston in jail ioon to serve Ihe sentence imposed lor mail fraud. The Appeals Court ru'.od that Curlcy's lawyers must file in the Supremo Court today their rc.]Ucst for reconsideration on me Supreme Court's recent refusal lo review his conviction. This means that the high crmrt will be able lo issue its final order in the case before adjourning for tiie Summer. This order probably will he forthcoming nexc Monday. Cuilcv's lawyers hail hoped to have until June 'il to i"le the reconsideration request in Ihj Supreme Court. In that event, the case probably would have hu fire all Summer without further Wallace Hits at House Group's Plan to Send Observers to His Talk NEW YORK, June 13. (UP) Henry Wallace charged today that "tiie real purpose" of the Housf UnAuierican Activities Committee's announced, plans to send observerr lo hi 5 Washington niccling ncsi Monday night was "to scare government workers so that they wil not attend' Ihe meeting." "If (ho police .state has not arrived in the United States," Wallace, editor of the New Republic sairi in a statement released b. his office, "the government worker? wil: rebuke, these tactics by turning out in force." Read Courier NCTS Want Ads. COCOANUT CAKE - - - BAKERY SPECIALS to Give the Family a Treat 79c Pure Sweet Shredded Cocoonut 100% Pure Cone Sugar On Sale Saturday Only! GRAND OPENING Club Velvet Presents: Support Mead's Blytheville Tigers playing Armorel at Walker Park Sunday afternoon Star of stage and screen, Kenny Sarycnt and his world-famous voice and orchestra, features the voices not only of Sargent but of Bob Roper and Mary Jane. Slruble. Coming Direct From The Pan-American Club, Mobile, Ala. FOR ONE WEEK Beginning June 25, through July 1 Four hundred seating capacity, air coiulitioiu'd, most beautiful cocktail lounge in., the state. Catering to ladies and gentlemen of distinction. 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