The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 8, 1950
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FA« TWO counmn THURSDAY, TOW* I, 1M» Passage of Rent Control Predicted Senate to Pass Extension Bill, Maybank Says WASHINGTON, June 8. W) — Senator Maybank (D-SC) today predicted a Senate vote Monday to extend federal rent controls despite a one man filibuster by Senator Cain (H-Wash). Maybank Is chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, which sent the rent measure to the Senate by sn eight to five vote. The present rent law expires June 30. The bill would extend the curbs to December 31. It also would permit an additional six months of control tn communities where affirmative action was taken through referendum or by local officials. Cain's Debnte Cain, an arch foe of rent controls, spoke against the bill for nearly three and a half hours yesterday. He was given permission to resume his lengthy speech today after the Senate disposes of a number of non-controversial bills. "You can call this a filibuster if you want to. but at least it is a filibuster of iF.sues," Cain said In an interview. He added: "I am confident we can continue this debate until some time next week, and by then I hope the House leadership will have reconsidered and faced up to its responsibility to get a vole on this measure." House Plans Debate The House originally had planned to debate a rent measure Monday. »nd vote on it Tuesday. But Senate Democratic Leader Lucas (Till interrupted-Cain at one point to tell the Seriate the House had postponed action. Lucas said House Democratic Leader McCormacfc (Mass) had informed him that "under no circumstances" would the House take up rents until after the Senate had acted. Cain, In his initial attack, called President Truman and Lucas reactionaries and "outstanding among the prophets of, disaster and defeatism" for seeking to extend the present law. He suggested that the bill was one of "political expediency" aimed primarily at Illinois where Lucas is up for re-election, State Control Issue Cain said he undersiooo chat if Congress passes an extension bill, Governor Adlai Stevensc of Illinois will cancel plans to call a special session of the legislature to con- tlder a state rent control bill. He said Illinois should take care of llself and not lean on Congress. Cain -contended that no national emergency exists which would justify 'any extension of rent control. 1 !. Senator Lehman (D-Lib-NY) said he thought t \tfj,»Kiqus dtua tlon •ouM,»^ ) t»ilB,- r e«jlM if curb* w*re no£ m«lnt«n$d >He.sug -•might 'VlM .(Tmuc DISTINGUISHED' GUEST- Yukio Ozaki, 91-yoar-old Japanese legislator who in 1911 donated Washington, D. C.'s famous cherry (rees, arrived in New York by air, along with his daughter, Mrs. Yukika Soma. Ozaki served as mayor of Tokyo for nine years and has been elected lo every Japanese Diet since tbe first one in 1890. He is In the U. S. on a goodwill tour. Baby chicks eat no food or drink no water the first 24 hours or so of their life. Co* Trapped in Well; Well Filled with Water; Bossy Floatt Like Cork GEORGETOWN, Mass.. June. ». (AP) — Durlelgh Fernald's cow floated out of a tight spot yesterday. She fell through boards into » 20-foot-deep abandoned well in her pasture. Bossy was stuck Fernald sent for an automobile wrecker to hoist the cow but she WJLS wedged so firmly that they couldn't get a chain or rope around her. Neighbor Fred M. Morse saved bo-s-sy and the day when he suggested that the well simply be filled with water. This was done promptly aud up she floated like a cork In a bottle. Her legs were a bit shaky after her water elevator ride but she ambled back to the barn under her own jiowcr. Anthony Eden Wins Divorce LONDON, June 8. Ifl't— Former Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden won a divorce decree today by testifying that his attractive brunette wife descried lilm In 1947 to live In America. Eden, whose political ambitions as deputy conservative leader may be Jeopardized by divorce In strall- Inced Britain, v as granted a decree nisi in a five-minute hearing before Justice Francis Hotlson. Cotton Study Planned • At Experiment Station MARIANNA, Ark., Juno 8. (/Ft— The University of Arkansas' Cotton Branch Experiment Station here will have Its nnnunl youth svmly day June 16. John ij. Daineron. assistant director of the station, said about 1.000 boys and girls ol East Arkansas are expected to attend. Dalton Trumbo Leaves Hollywood for Jail fX56 AN'OELES, June 7. (AP) — Five hundred sign-waving sympathizers sang songs and listened to speeches on an airport taxlway tonight In a 30-minute farewell demonstration for jail-buund Dai- ton Trumbo. The screen writer took off for New York to Join John Howard I-.nw.son. The two members of the "Hollywood ten" will fly to Washington tomorrow to begin Jail terms Friday. They were convicted o( contempt of Congress for refusing to state whether or not they were Communists. Trumbo spoke briefly, over a public address system set up for the occasion, thanking friends for their moral supiwrt. The crowd bore signs will such legends as: "Free speech, free thought, free people, free the Hollywood ten." Eight other film figures, similarly cited, are due for court appearances later this month. Most of them were present at the airport. Red Koreans Call For New flection SEOUL. June 8. MM—Communist North Koreans, terming the May 30 election in South Korea fraudulent today called for a general election throughout North and South Korea In August. Radio Pyongyang, mouthpiece of the Northern Reds, voiced the an- nouncenient. It called for the elcc (ion to be held In the United Nations sponsored republic ol thr South and the Soviet backed Northern sector for eight days beginning Aug. 5. 'Eleanor' to Stockholm OSLO, Norway, June 8. (/ft— Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt left by plane for j Stockholm this morning. Mrs. Roosevelt, who ts accompanied by her son Elliott and his two children, unveiled a statue of the late President Roosevelt yesterday at a ceremony attended by King Haakcn and ">,000 Norwegians. DO YOU OWN A HOME? HERE IS A SPRING SPECIAL: Any ordinary house treated for termites - 50 \Ve don't have lo practice or experiment on your job-—we have had 12 years of experit-nce. All our work is Hone according (o • regulations, our work is licensed by (lie Arkansas Slate Plant Board. FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE—IF NEEDED SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. H. C. Blankenship I,. J. Zeller 303 Bast Kentucky Phone 2350 or 3579 Portageville News By Mr*. Raymond Toombi rbonc Moody-Kane Vo»« Spoken Miss Juanlla Moody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Moody, became the bride of Herbert Rone, son of Mrs. Jackson Foster and the late Mike Rone. Sunday at 2 p.m. In (he Methodist Church at Hayward. Tile Rev. Clark Leonard officiated at the double-ring ceremony.\ The bride was given In marriage by her father and Miss Etna Rae Moody, sister of the bride, was her attendant. Misses Barbara Shaw and Geraldine Moody were vocal soloists. Wayne Myracle was best man. Mrs. Rone attended the Southeast Missouri State Teachers Col- lege hi Cap« Glrardeau »nd U a teacher In the Hayward School. Mr. Rone Is a graduate o/ Central College, Payette. Mo., and ts now engaged In farming south of Portagevllle, A reception In the Moody home followed ceremonies after which the couple left on a honeymoon trip to Lake of the Ozarks. Garden Club at Mllrm Home The home of Mrs. Hubert Mllem was decorated with tloral arrangements last Thursday when the Garden Club met. there. Mrs. C. A. Dacres. president, presided . over the business session which' was followed by a program presented by four pUno stu4«el« of Mr«. Robert BarkoviU. After the meeting the lidlec toured gardens at the boom of Mr*. Aaron Carnahan, Mri. Ben Segal, Mrs. Ouy DeLtsle and Mrs. Junt Ransuurg. H. H. Flnnell Honored Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Finnell of CSoodwell, Okla., were nesU in Portagevllle last week. They riiH*d Mrs. Finnell's sister, Mrs, Bernard' '""eLlsle. Mr. Finnell was en routa hor from Washington, D.O., wher* received a Soil Conservation mission award for his work In erosion control methods. The present*, tlon was made by Secretary of Agri* culture Brannan. Mrs. Flnnell is the former Mlw Constance Cooke of Blythevilla. Only about 1|1S of Afrlct h»« n« ties to Imperial powers — Egypt, Ethiopia and Liberia. as 30 to 40 per cent. Woman Biochemist Charged with Lying To Conceal Red Birth SAN FRANCISCO, June 8. Wt— t. 38-year-old woman biochemist a( Stanford University today Is charged by & federal indictment of lying to Immigration officials to conceal her Russian birth. She Is Dr. Bertha Barkan Luthy. wife of a Jackson, Mich., spar,k plug manufacturer. , The grant! Jury Indictment was returned yesterday. It charges that Dr. Luthy lied when she told Immigration an Inspector at Palo Alto last Feb. 13 that she was born In Chicago Oct. 4. 1916. 'Hie Immigration service maintain? she was born In the Russian Ukraine In 1912 and entered tbe United States through Seattle in 19H with her mother. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained n marriage license yesterday From the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythc. county clerk: Howard Carney and Miw Dolores Donner, both of Blytheville. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given [hat the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner ol "" —emics ol the State ol Arkansas for permit to sc'.'. and dispense beer at retail on the • premises described as West Hiway! 18. Blytheville. Mississippi Cou'.ity. i The undersigned states that he' is a citizen of Arkansas, ot good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony o: other crime involving moral tuv pitude: that no license to sell lici by the undersigned has been re vckcd within live years last past and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating th( laws of this state, or any o'.'.ici slate, relative to the sale of aico- rolic liquors. , Application Is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 rtay of July 1950. and to expire on the 30 day of June. 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