The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1950 · Page 18
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PAGE K1UHTKKN Laws Adequate to Stop Rackets If Enforced/ Law Group Is Reminded MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Dec. 13. (A 1 ) —Most states have enough laws to stamp owl organized racketeers if they are enforced, the National Association of Attorneys general was reminded yesterday. Harold E. Fatzer, Attorney General of Kansas, told chief law enforcement officers of 43 states that two steps could bring about the end of gangdom. •» He listed these as local law enforcement, and education of the public to realize that violation of laws against morals is BS serious as violations of laws against persons, such as murder. "Organized crime is composed of a number of small gangs and no such organization can function except where officials have failed to perform their duties," he said. Fatzer recommended a federal ban on interstate shipment of gambling devices and on Interstate traffic in race horse information. Theodore D, Parsons, Attorney General of New Jersey, said the campaign in his state was headed Truman Planning To Spend Holidays In Independence WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. (AP)— President Truman was reported today to be planning to spend Christmas with his family back home In Independence, Mo. Mrs. Edith Helm, While House secretary, told a news conference Mrs. Truman and her mother, Mrs. David Wallace, will leave for independence probably Friday or Saturday. She said .she expects the Trumans' daughter, Margaret, to go there after completing a concert tour! Mrs. Helm did not say when the . President ' would go to Independence but others at the White House said they expect him to Join his wife and daughter at least for Christmas Day. Mrs. Truman will slay In Missouri through New Year's Day, Mrs. . Helm said. by specially-trained police, aided ay cooperative courts-, Ivan A. Elliott, Illinois Attorney General, also said federal ban on slot machines and horse racing information Is needed. 'Gambling can be ended In the local level," said Drew O'Keefe, special assistant to the U. S. Attorney General, "because there Is not a policeman who does not know where the gamblinghouses are on his beat. Tell hiinco enforce the law and back him up." Arnold olsen, Montann Attorney General, warned against legalizing any form of gambling anti said that serves as a door-opener to others. At a banquet last night, Judge John J. Parker of Charlotte. N. C. said America "must not allow reverses in Korea to blind us to the Importance of v.'hnt we arc trying to do." Parker, Judge of the U. S. Court of Appeals, said "we must continue the leadership of the free nation? of the world which has been thrust upon ns." Britain Feelt She I* teady for Rearmament Program Without Help LONDON, Deo. II, (AP>—Britain feels *he 1* solvent enough now to undcrUSci * $10.080X100,000 three- year rearmament program without American help. Informed sources •aid last, night. The program—set forth last August— hinged on the United Slates shipping in *1.500,000,000 worth of aid, but the VS. made ft plain It would be hard to sell Congress on (he Idea. Tlic Informants said Britain Icels her own finances have improved enough for her to undertake the whole program. Low-Cost Cleanser for A-Bomb Radioactive Dust, Described By WAI.I'ACIS WEEKS WOnCESTER, Mass., Dec. 13. Wj —A chemical to cleanse persons exposed to an A-bomb's radioactive dust at * cost of about a penny eacli was described Monday night by a Clark University scientist. In > paper read to a meeting of the Clark Scientific Society, Associate Prof. Arthur E. Martell snM: "This decontnmlnant. known commercially as 'versene,' does not destroy radioactivity but conce'rts radioactive metals to a form which can he easily rinsed away with wa ter." This, he added, Is a vast Improvement over earlier methods which consisted of washing contaminated surfaces with strong corrosive solutions. Dr. Martell said that the chemical, scientifically know as a com- ple-xlng agent, would be of no use in treating burns from atomic radiation. Its principal use would be at decontamination centers following a blast, when whole communities could be bathed in the chemical, which would be combined with a cleansing agent for easier use. It also could be used on equipment. The main characteristics of the chemical are (1) it combines very strongly with metals and <2) It is highly water soluble. Radioactive dusts of atomic blasts Is composed mainly of metals. The chemical would grip them and then wash off easily with water. After a person went through the chemical hath he would take a water shower and be rechecked for radioactivity with a gelger counter. It Is manufactured by the Bersworth Chemical Company of Farm- ingham. German Guards Ready BEftLlN, Dec. : 13. (Pi— U. S. forces in Berlin disclosed today a new corps of armed and uniformed Germans has snapped Into shape so quickly that it can be trusted with guarding the army's lifeline—ammunition and fuel. American authorities broke a long official silence about the German cadre in announcing'that the first Soviet Literary Men Hove Field Doy Over Truman Blast at Music Critic MOSCOW, Dec. 13. (AP)— Cw- toonists and poets had a field day today on President Truman's letter to Washington music critic Paul Hume, who panned Margaret Truman's singing. S. Marshalc,-noted Soviet humorist-poet, penned verses In the Literary Gazette, one of which went: "The rights of the President are enormous "And there may any minute perish by'the atom bomb "The crllcl who dared to raise his pen." units of a 1,000-man battalion here have completed their basic training. A cartoon In the newapaptr Trutf showed President Truman racing down the stai» of an opera theater, club in handj and socking th* music critic bri the' nose. The cartoonist's Idea of Margaret Truman stands behind the critic. The caption reads: "Papa blears the pMl tw touftt- ter." Too Hllh ^ Bird songs cannot be reproduced easily in musical notation became- most of them sing above the highest note of the piano and do not follow human rules of composition, according to the Encyclopedia Brlt- annlca. FOR THAT PRACTICAL MAN Freetown, Sierra Leone, was so named because It was set up in 1187 as a homeland for freed slaves. Proposed Korean Fund M^ Be Cut WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. W'j— The fortunes of war seemed likely yesterday to cut into n proposed $100.000.000 fund to rebuild Korea's shattered cities and utilities. Members of the Senate Appropriations Committee were reported to have suggested that such n fund be stricken from a pending $18.000.000,000 military bill. Noting that some of the money was to be spent to rebuild areas in North Korea, lawmakers said it might be a long time — if ever — before United Nations lorces saw those areas again, Reds Hurt New Charge PRAGUE. Czechoslovakia. Dec. 13. (/P/—The latest Issue ol the Comtnform Journal charged today that the United States- and Greece are raising an army of half a million men for war on Bulgaria and Albania. The charge, was made by Nicholas Zachariades, general sec- retar 'yof the Greek Communist Party. Give Hint man of yours a gift of clothing. He'll/really appreciate something lo wear es|>ecially)whcn it's from his favorite men's department! Firsl on any man's "want list . , . PLEETWAY PAJAMAS There's a world ol pajamas to choose from in our men's department! All sorts of patterns, colors tn broadcloth or flannelette! I'lace a' pair under the tree for him and see how much he likes his gift! colorful TIES By Arrow and Wembley Hundreds and hundreds of ties in ma/.e of patterns and a myriad of colors. There are foulards and solids, rayons and silks. ..a tie lo /. suit every man! SEASONAL TURNOUT—Even as your downtown department stores, London's famed "Petticoat Lane".-market on Middlesex Street is jammed with Christmas shoppers. Yulelide shopping along the bargain ro\v this year is expccled to break all postwar records. J[or friends at home... a whiskey that marks you a thoughtful Holiday host! Eor friends away ... a perfect rcincm- , brancc as hearty a's your Holiday wish! Arrow Shirts Sport Shirts By Arrow & McGregor Solids and I'laids In a Beautiful Gift Assortment. Give your man a gift of good looking shirts! What man can't use another? We have his favorite brand, in whiles, solids and fancy pallerns. Available in all neck si/.cs and sleeve lengths... a complete assortment. 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