The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 29, 1950 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1050 New Immigration Rules Published Designed to Screen Alien Delegates Bl.YTIIEVIl.I.E (AHK.1 COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE By JACK ADAMS WASHINGTON. Nov. 23. (IP) —' The government has published new immigration rules designed to broaden greatly Justice Department powers for screening Hie retinues ot diplomatic and United Nations tions who cntei 1 this country, regulations took Immediate effect by their publication in the Federal Register, ofdclal government gazette. The action was taken under the new Internal Security law. enacted by Congress last September over President Truman's veto. Mr, Truman described the law, which sponsors said would protect the nation against subversion ami sabotage, as unworkable because or U. of A. Head Challenges NYU Economist's Statement LITTLE ROCK. Nov. 29. (m — The University of Arkansas president today "challenged the competence" of a New York University economics professor lo make a broad analysis of investment opportunities in Arkansas. Dr. Lewis the mi: W. Jones appeared at But he took issue with Dr. Herbert B. Dorau, NYU economist, who testified us a witness for the company that Arkansas was a poor investment risk. Dr. Dorau returned to the stand later to say that prospects for industrial development In e Arkansas Public Service Com- Ar ^» s!ls »« good but hat low tcl- mlssion hearing on Southwestern cpho " e ea '"i»8s Indicate it is not Bell Telephone Company's rate In- a go " d mBrlt o l 'or telephone Invest- Its numerous, complex provisions. Rep. Sabath (D-I11K House Rules Committee chairman, said yesterday It should be repealed. Immigrallon service • exports who have been working on the new rules since the bulky law went on the hooks more lhan two months ngo admitted lhat many fine points remain to be worked out In enforcement procedures. However, they said that the regulations, "following the statute as closely as it can be Interpreted." provide in general: "That nllons who seek lo --'l«r Ihc United States to engage in activities prejudicial to the public In- terr-sl or which would endanger the welfare and safety of the United States are mandatorily barred, except for nmbassndors. public ministers and career diplomats or consular officials" accredited by a foreign government recognized by the U.S.. nlong with members of their immediate families. None Excluded ^^one of this class may be ex- cJKdcd. except as the President may deem • necessary. This, according to the Immigration service, means that: Officially accredited diplomats, accepted by the President, may continue to come and go with their immediate families at the pleasure of the President, but their aides may be quest toned and barred by immigration officials if there Is evidence of staff activity endangering the safety of' the nation. Any delegate to the United Nations, inducting the Chief delegate, may be barred by Immigration officials if his purpose is to engage in activity against this nation's wclfaie or safety. Any "lower echelon" member of a U.N. or other international organization delegation may be kept out if there is reason to believe he would be likely to engage in espionage, sabotage, public disorder or oilier subversive activity. Top immigration service officials (Xmphasized that there are no plans for re-examining the numerous U.N delegations or diplomatic trillions In this country, but Lhat in the future such delegations and mls- *j|nns will bfi subjected to close Scrutiny under the new act. As to diplomatic and international organization groups, the regulations do not raise any bar to admission solely because of present or former membership in B totalitarian organization, as the law does with aliens generally. However, In the cases of advisory experts, clerical help, newsmen and photographers accomnanying foreign delegations her?, the Justice Department may place re-strict "ins on their physical movements because of such affiliation, and order exclusion upon evidence of subversive activity. Communists Barred For th& first time, the new regulations specifically list present farmer membership In the -Communist Party as an absolute- bar to U.S. admission for the alien private citizen. The law also bars prcscn: or former members ot "other totalitarian oar tics," but Attorney General McGrath has ruled that "nom Inal membership" ; in nart, fascls or Spanish Falangist groups wil crease application. He said he and Dr. Paul Brann, director of the university's Bureau of Business and Economic Research, appeared at the request of Governor McMath and were not talcing a partisan stand. Dr. Jones spoke on the genera economic prospects of Arkansas anc Dr. Hrann wa.s to present figures relating tn the stale's economic picture. State Health Group Wants $45,000 Available for Certificate Demand So Way to Divert j hlurricanes, Says Miami Bureau MIAMI, Flii,, Nov. 20. The Miami Weather Bureau says there is no known way of breaking up or di- vortlng hurricanes, Forecaster Cecil Gentry said that f there were d!o report to the stale, declared "w« rmist learn not only to detect d«- veloping hurricanes but to disintegrate, divert or deflect them." SKYLINE LITTLE ROCK. Nov. 29. (AP) — The State Health Department wants an extra $45,000 available in Snyder Estimate Of Expenditures Is 'A Low Figure' WASHINGTON, Nov. 29. fAP) — Secretary of the Treasury Suyder said hi.s estimate that the government will spend $45.000,000.000 and I go $2.000,000.000 in Ihe Red during this fiscal year is "a low figure as things look now." Siiydcr's new conference comment on the way "things look now" apparently was a reference to the dark turn in the Korean situation. The government's fiscal year ends next June 30. Snyder made the estimate of a $2.000.000,000 deficit for the 12 months before a congressional committee recently. At the lime, his figure was considered high by some officials. But Snyder said today the figure now seems more likely to be too low rather than high. "If military purchases arc stepped up. it would change the picture materially," he said. case another war brings another heavy demand for birth certificates. Dr. T. T. Ross, state healih officer, said th< amount included in the proposed 1951-53 budget, taken up by the Legislative Council today, would be held in re-serve. He retailed that the outbreak of of World War Two brought a sud- tlen heavy demand for birth certificates and that the Department's Vital Statistics Bureau was swamp ed. "We were caught without such } preparation and stayed months behind in our work," lie said. ! He said his budget of $676.000 a year from state funds is about $25,000 less than the'Department's current appropriation. The department will receive an additional S9DO.OOO from the federal government. OL' MAN WINTER TAKES OVER—These parked aulos ([ot a heavy while coaling of k-c as Chicago firemen sprinkled them \fkilc fighting a blaze in a nearby building. A Icnipcrnlnrc of two , degrees below zero that caused the f;isl freeze was typical of the cold wave that swept across nation. Submarine Mountains LA JOLLA, Calif. (A')— A bi|f mountain range under water in inid- Pacific has been found by a U. S. Navy-University of calllornia ex- pedition. It- extends from Wake Island to Necker Island and is 1,000 miles lone;. 100 miles wide and H,000 feet Mich. Coral was dredged up from tops of.the range at 0,000 feet depth. Since coral grows only above 200 feet, U Is assumed that the tops of Ihe range were OIK 5 above water. Canada leads the world in production of nickel, nsbcslos n n ri platinum. omctliiiiff about hurrlcnneji long jclorc this." ' Grntiy wa.s naked tvboul huri'l- nne.s lust night nftcr Governor filler Warren urged scientists at ?lorlcla imlvei-slUcs to seek ft way lo break up or rc-rouln Uie storms. We have hundreds of suggestions on file," Gentry explained, "but none of them are practical." Tim uovcrnor, in his monthly ra- RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Today & Thursday \ SAMUEL GOLDWYN / i OUR VERY A I OWN £ M *,„;., • • ANN itvm-fwin UUKH-IOU rvunlf DMnU^J b, txo UC«0 HCTVWJ. K. Warner News & Slioris fessM *33&f^ $1 Per Car WED.-THURS. DONALD O'CONNOR "Something in il I If J" the Wind ALSO DICK I'OWEIA, MAUTATOREN "Rogues Regiment" Also Color Cartoon not prevent temporary entries. He has defined nominal membership ns meaning an RlIiHation before 16 years of age, or p. Joining- up for reasons-of necessity, such as the obtaining of ration cards. To date there U no such "nominal" exemption for Communists, Nor is any Justice Department exemption provided for aliens bent on subversive missions. Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW ''Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. !'h. 58 Wednesday & Thursday "STELLA" ANN SHERIDAN SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M. LAST TIMES TONITE Big Double Feature Program M-G-M'i HOT-AS I -THE "HEADLINES HfTI Mfc*,. 2 Reel Comedy & Special Short 'City of Children' THURSDAY & FRIDAY ig Double Feature Program ALSO CARTOON Formosa Reds Executed TAIPEI, Formosa, Nov. 29. Iff}— Eleven more Formosans charged with Communist conspiracy against the Chinese Nationalist government were executed today. Fourteen were executed ycsler-1 day. More than 70 have been put to death sincft the anti-Red purge j of this tsland stronghold began last spring. Wednesday Only Marine Raiders Pal O'Brien—Robert Ruth llussey THEATRE 2019 West Main Op*n Weekdays «:45 Show Starts 7:00 Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 Always a Double Fealiire Lost Times Today MEB ¥* HURRAY. • tU»!EN O'HARA ' *»'•? '-'•'• --* A V^^"~~" iiisi)^ —Plus— • I WA«NF« MOS; >| NKNIUNTONlGNI Also Cartoon M n"*T^^--i ciw^o* jn» KISS IN1HE DARK _ vt >*<i -i no* mm mm m —PLUS— HUMPHREY BOGART i >jr .*i i*<»iaT» .*—M x VIVM! HjSUI .»-„ „ „ VyO.V\ Also Pop«ye Cartoon Women s Dress ^^ Casual Shoes More Than Pairs! DOORS OPEN WIDE AT 8:30 AM. THURSDAY! 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