The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1947 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1947 GOP Proposes New Committee Close Check Urged On All Applications For Loans to Europe .BY KI;X OIAXEY Unitcd I'rfss Staff Corrcsjinmlonl WASHINGTON, July 15. (UP) — House Rcpub!lro.n -leaders expect Hie projected sp3c|:' com:nlKec uu loreien relief needs (o to one of .„,,.., t , HIE "slroiificst" congressional Russian nolle v groups ever cientcd. It was Icaru- for the better cd today. BL;YTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS 'A.' si lit . nfcing •HepubMcnn deiramls for assistance fro:n Eur- oj:i*an iKUions promised to b« £0 1'fVvy iiiut to continue fcr so lon-.j llvit only a sDccsilly-ercuicd committee \vil.li IjiwHl j;o\vers couicl perfrrm !he r«Ulc!|Mtcd -'isk. j The decision to osfib!lsh a sp?- Fult-ScaleWar On Propaganda Of Reds Urged WASHINGTON, July 15. (UP) — I!:-irold E. -Stnsson. n ccnlencler for I he 1048 Republic)-!! presidciithl nc:nipcition, Is calling for « "well IhotiRlit out. effective pi-ogi-m" to <le!i!on",KUc to Russia that '•.Ccxmrittiii.--'..? crvnnot succetvfu.'ly sabotage the American svstem." Tlio ex-poi-ein-JM'. ol Minnesota, who recently inter.viev.-cd Premier Jcief ev.illn ( i,t the Kremlin, Mid would not clianjo until etnltn <nvl ether meiubrij-s of (ho i-olitiiiro • - -~ — • fire convinced tihivl country iir'Riu-3 to ftny significant in- filti-Rlion bv Communists. sen. w-lio outlined his views n '.lio address (»BC) Inst i nl<thl, r'r-i h'rf;Wy rii-'oisod tl-.c vl-'.'.-.'ibiill Pli"i for aid t-i Em-ope. • i !''• I''-' discussion on Commnn- ocmmutc? .'--> oatalcsue U. S. ism. Stis'd, r.-id noven-mcnt c- ri"-:.R and determine foreign re- i,or.!s shewed t.hal 40 n-r -cut of nef nerds was reached at a GO?, known enrolled party ncn-b-Wirr sIcerlnR crvramKee meeting l.ils in Now York. unltinc. t'l-i ,,'',, j'OF'enlav ^'lor J—--.'etl .•'ebal/.v | ir-.poVs t.';s "CHUT of O-'ii-um With ,thc COP leadeir'iin tcihintl 1st. nr-Uv-: y ; : , t.-« Oniicd "W^e"" .the co"nuitlce's is rrrtiiii. The only real question Is wrn will b«i on it,. The 'Rcpub'!- cvn lender snici Snenker Jc.-.-'-.'i W. IVf'Tl'n. Jr.. could bi^ expected to mine , snv! "l-ard-headc;l mciii- \inrs who wiV, go to the cere of He nrectl President Truman .„,„ G~v. Thorn n-i E. Dowcy lo work, nut, n coordinated, hi-p-n'tiran prn- Pix?tn to c'-^ir in i-his "Coivniunist renter." And lie listed (he follow- ii-r r!e])i for c-rv—nv.nt C ffi- FCT All the-World to See IT'S HERE! WARDS As n means of curbing Ircqncnl Iralllc law offenders, a l.os Angeles jiicluc lins uivcn recipients (if Iranie lickels a choice- jail for live days, or .1 sticker, sayinj! "Ti-allic Violator," on their cars for a month. Above, Worm Garrison, who chose Ihc slicker, watches police Lieut. Hubert A. Wood apply one of the bhck-and- ycllow "brands" to his car. "-i private is who seek to C---.IKII . 1. '"Exncfr. thorouelily t!io idc.iil- il.v of nil known Co.-' m i;nists o.;id fcll?v. p travelers." S'^sscn c iicl S r.)i» ncwsivBcra -had '^ineic "an - dhcv I f: 2. "Insist t.tvi *-d br cnnnted i nrt 1-ide i)-'-.i m i M^ fronts. '••" p.-'me.s or fiilse i c snrs." 3. Trnwaitc them viijnroiislv fnr hc;r vi'-'atlcns of tile taw. mnk- i"i <;erlaln Mi it l.he are nr,t, nl- 4. , qUarCV> economic or Chnirniiin Clerics A Eaten, R., N. J., of l-lin Home Foreign Affairs coirmlttcc and Rep. Ohri.i- Hpn A Hcrtrr H.. Mass.. wer^ 'ns- .•^iened key roles in drawing up IcjfslMirn to Create Ihe spe^i-.il fonnnitleo. Hnrtr.r prevlnrsly had Hnnrorc-i a bill in csU'clis'i such n ccmmittcc but tl was i?t aside 'If>in^cnrVv when II I'on objected th^t, il wcu-'fl cn^rcarh CTI d-io preserve of f,!i2 Pjreign Affairs Committee. Eatim Changes IMincl Eaton -.was won over by t.'ic st'crin" cormiittce when it was •nr^ur-d l-'-at t-!'o jrft \vas too bit; Siandlc. When the Herter b^l first cnn-,o up fr r disnisslonl-i 'Repub- lioiin councils sonio weeks ai?o it rreat-d ruih i» s'ir t:r?-t t-he -?n•tire GCP mc-n-bershin of the For- eieii Affairs Coniniitice Uireate]i- ec] lo rcsipn. Tl-e srcrial con^re'-s-rr.vil cc-Jll- mittec will hi pfr.V^T to. an-,1 prestTr-bly will work in ccirimc:- ti^n \vi!-h. thrrs snrcial '••>m,iniUce r > er^-led -»" J"-rs^;eiit Trun:an lo ir^kn s^ilf- studies. The Rcp"b'in n - p'--i to set im tile sur"" foreien offaivs c^inirit- tne in I'-e House dnvulcpcd after TJcp. Fvpro 1 '', M. Dirk.=nn. R., JY.. I 1 ?/! crT f'eri conoidcrr-oln t r 'lk with • a rrooo.-nl t-o prcJiibit. nr^."rri-u or ^Ll'.er ns.si.s^inc- to ^.tions which '<lo iwt rirli-inatc m t-'ie Marshall -Plan for EurcptiTi "C- covrry. St-^lc Dcp?Ttment ofliciils op-j pescd mv Vongr'-Fsin.-^i b^n <m Hp/cno Officer Diec .->'d to Fr-^cific foreign countries.! **»«?» said a c^nrre^sio'Tal nTn- Change Urged In Act Curbing Labor Unions WASHINGTON, July 15. (Ul>) — £en. Robert A. Tail, R., o.. co- ri'ind up author of tlic Tart-Hartley ] n w •that, tliey recommended loday thnt the new non.ee-Srnate inbor eommiiiee :iiu- dy the advisability of crmneing the laws restrictions on political activity by labor unions At the same time, he declared his opposition to the pending Aiken- restrictions to Bive*iinious a irjc • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Americ?n social t'cal i-ifhto." 5. "Ds n-t liehtlv charse of 'Ccmn-.unisf ne imlc'-, \ve arc c'.'idr-nc?." acians! Taft told a reporter he object to allowing union newspapers to would "bona com- the cians! ,.„„.certain of "' O11 campaign candidates and j issues. He said he would object, I however, to allowing obje union to Julv 15. .. ... . (UP) pn| gn literature. «,m,'"h r t ?v£?"\ "o 1 ! J " S w Ol "' Hc s "SB«tcd that uuion neivspa-. n,H i w < . n CTl< ' ls "' 1 Mc '"- I )c '-s mlelH be allowed to 'ake » dn,n-,ter ,-t, th= hosn ,i " ° s W!S «>™>arkcd for The b,b, ,,rn yesterdav. . nd •iib'ishcr C-jnrlei 1 -News: Wi'.'.i Llic very sijlcndltl publicity Kiven nil;- nx-cnl X-ray clinic by joio paper. 1 feel licit' a spec ! .nl Ir'.tci of thanks is (-::a very l<:\st we cr'i cio to sho.v cur np- |:m-i:U:cn for tlie coopcrnllcn we icccivrd. •In ti-.-j Hire? years I have U <in|>'oycd by the association to fet up a program In our county I have seen these clinics i>row from nvnunc! ->n to 2.MO. Tim repre- ;cnls n 1st of Ixird work mid educating the public as « whole lo be mor? tucerc\i'osis-mi:i(led. Your r-ircr -)>-s <-orl.aln]y irivcn Inviihi- ;blc r.s<-:ist"nce to' our work by dloti:if> '[-laipla r.pp.cc for it. Tills form of cducalicn Is in-possible to ;v:-nial(- and llinillcss In its scope. A^-'uin our sincere lhanks for Helping to m:;ke l.his clinic such i success. Vei'v (nTy vnurs, Mrs. C. G. rfedmnn. Exee.iilive Secretary its were ar.r| Mrs. Mitchell were married a year ago. 15-year-old mother, Siiirlcy, reporter! rtoin? nicely. Mr. support c!' raft said he thought the joini congressional committee created by the Tjift-Hartley law should study the political restriction and recommend clarification if it round the act "ambiguous".. ,,,.. _ . '-- I Rc P- Fred A. Hartley. !i.. N. .1 _ HELENA, Ark., July 15. (UP) -Who co-anlhorcd the acl with Taft elate to ignore the needs of cer- f u . nc ™ services will be held here snW he was .satisfied it would not — ' •' " lls af 'crnom for L. A. Webster, i prevent iinioli newspapers supporl- 50-year-old police chief here, for ed by dues from tahinp- a stand on -Fights'Eviction Mrs. Llbbic Rubinoff. 85, mother of Dave Rubinoff the famous violinist of stage and radio, ha:; ashed Ihe Pittsburgh courts to prevent her son from evicting her into the 'streel. (NEA Tclcphoto.i political candidates. 18 years, who died'at, his home Sun~clay. He is survived by his wife and Uiree children. tain countries ^nujht. serve only lo force EHstcrn European nations to lie Ihemse.yes even closer to Rus- LONDON, ,;uly 15. <UP) _ T ""' jsecrctary j)fjvinston Churchill re Churchill improves ROOFING 45 Lb. Rolled Roofing $J.85 55 Lb. Rolled Roofing ...... $2.25 65 Lb. Rolled Roofing $2 75 Green or Ret) Slate Y 90 Lb. Rolled Roofing $2.80 160 Lb. Hexagon Shingles .. $4.98 210 Lb. Square Butt $6 75 1 05 Lb. Brick Siding, all co i ors $3.35 ported today that the 72-year-old wartime prime minister wns recovering slowly but steadily from his recent operation, and was able I" be. up nl. least part of each day. Tile secretary , declined to reveal whether Churchill had resumed wrilin ( ; his memoirs. USE IT AS A MOBILE POWER UNIT OThc power of the VPillys-Ovcr- laml "!cc|) pl 1-nghic and selective 2- and •!-whccl drive make the Jeep" a vehicle of amazing versatility, performance and economy. Jeep GET A POOLE MOTOR CO. rhonc SUcIc 4 PEALERS-for FUTURE profSfs get lined up Ttotv wish KRESKY _ riOOR FURNACES Oil BURNERS fORCED AIR FURNACES' WATER HEAURS' RANGE BURNERS Wise dealers sec in today's shortages the handwriting on the wall of tomorrow's profits. 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