The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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TUESDAY, JUNE '6, 1950 Lucas Gives Up Effort on FEPC Senator to Delay Move Until Later; Will Renew Fight WASHINGTON, June 6. <AP) — Anator Lucas (D-IU) gnve ui> tcm- V^rarily yesterday efforts to get a Pair Employment Practice.'; Commission (FEPC) bill before the Senate. The Senate Democratic leader to!d his colleagues .however, lliat before the present session ot Congress ends he will move again U get action on the measure. Southern Democrats have oppos ed the bill with a filibuster and Senator Russell (D-Ga) said ttilk will start again as soon as Luca renews his motion. Argument on Motion The argument over FEPC brok out when Lucas formally withtlrc' hi5 motion, which has been pend Ing several weeks, to take up th bill. He then moved to bring before the Senate a House - approved measure increasing the borrowing power of the Commodity Credit Corp <CCO) toy S2.COB.OCO.OOO. I>ccision Regretted Senator Wherry of Nebraska, the Republican leader, said he regretted Lucas' decision to give up now on FEPC. He said the Senate ought to agree unanimously to let the mo- lion stand while it goes ahead with vftther business. ^f RUTsell jumped up to say there wouldn't be any business transacted by unanimous consent so long as the PEPC motion were pending. KT-V rTU'VTTTH! fAKK.Y WGB SEYKI* RED-HANDED? — 1'rincess Margaret, on an official visit to Canterbury, England, shakes hands with Dr. Hewlett Johnson, right, the "Red Dean of Canterbury" and an open champion of communism. Making the introduction is tho Archbishop of Canterbury. Or, Geoffrey Fisli^r. Arkansas GOP's-Dix/ecrot Merger Question Is Raised Airman Given 3 Life Terms SAN FRANCISCO, June 6. (fl>) — Lyle Buswell, 33, an Air Force sergeant, yesterday was sentenced to three life terms in prison. ' He was convicted June 1 of the rape-slaying of Mrs. Fairy Decker. 44. sergeant In the Women's Air Force. Buswell, formerly ol Rutland. VI., flushed as Federal Judge Louis E. Goodmun pronounced sentence. The U.S. attorney general will select the federal penitentiary to which Buswell will be sent. Sgt. Decker's body was found March 25 near the women's barracks at Hamilton Field. Her home •was to York, Pa. Buswell was convicted of murder, of murder In the course of rape, and of rape. LITTLE ROCK, June 6. (AP) —I The possibility of a coalition between Arkansas Republicans and States Rights Democrats was raised yesterday by the GOP Leader O.sro Cobb. But former Gov. Ben Laney. national chairman of the States Right 1 ; organization, and a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor, said he hasn't heard of such a thing and hasn't discussed it with Cobb or anyone else. As the Arkansas Republican convention opened.here this morning with a closed meeting of the executive committee, Cobb. state committee chairman, said the question of an alliance between Arkansas Republicans and slates righlcr: probably would come up for consideration. The OOP leader said he didn't think the matter would come to n actual vote, but added there is a Mrs, Lu Boulware Home Economics Expert Of General Electric will be in our store Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and will be glad to give free demonstrations on washing and ironing the modern way. Now you can buy this Beautiful White Porcelain, Reg. 99.95 sood chance that it will bo discus? ed. He also satd that "we might ha\ some big news tonight." Tne Re publican state committee is to me lonight to consider convention j plans and other matters submitted by the executive committee. Cobb said it has been suggested that the state Republican committee delay it's party nominations iv until after the democratic primary elections. GOP candidates now are named at the annual state convention, which precedes the Democratic elections. Scientisis do not altogether discount the possibility that the giant sloth, generally believed extinct, may still exist in the wilds of South Former Camden .Man Dies at Texas Home HOUSTON, TeK., June 6. OT- J. Bracy Benson. 54, general sales fcianHger of the Houston Oil Com- M^any and • iormer Cam rich. Ark., Masonic leader, died at his home hero yesterday. Benson was a native of Camden, «nd a past master of the Cnmden Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife and a daughter, both of Houston, and a brother, Fred Benson, Camden city clerk. Funeral services will be held In Houston Tuesday afternoon with burial in Camrien at 5 p.m. Wednesday. CHEVROLET OWNERS!. CHECK THESE CLEARANCE SPECIALS! Complete new Chevrolet Lilock Assemblies for 1935 and 1936 models. . .now only .. Large Chrome Truck Grill Guards. 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