The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1950 · Page 12
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f AC* TWKLV* BLYTHEVl'LLK, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Berkley Spurns Investigations Vttp Reminds Senate That it Doesn't Comprise Grand Jury WASHINGTON. June 19. W> — Vice President Barkloy today tartly reminded the Senate Hint it Is not a grand jury and said he doubted the propriety of any Senate Investigation of public officials that might result In an Impeachment. Hartley made his comments in referring to the judiciary committee & resolution signed hy 21 Re- - - --,• rmblicnn senators demanding a sep- " onal - 'he Senate wanted a six- arate Investigation of the Justice Department's handling of the 1945 Amerasla secret, documents case. Barkley sent the resolution, introduced by Senator Oapehart (U- Ind) for himself and 20 others, lo the judiciary committee which would be authorized to conduct Ihe Inquiry. Chairman McCarran (D-Nev) al ready has turned down a persona reqvest made by Senator Ferguson (R-Mich) for such a probe. McCarran told Ferguson that he saw no reason for the inquiry because a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee already has the case under Investigation. Report I'ossibilllv Today's Senate exchange came on the heels of a statement from Attorney General McGrnth that the Justice Department will decide soon whether to make public a full report on the Amerasia matter as recommended by a federal grand Jury. McGrath's comment to a reporter came after a weekend bristling with new developments involving the charges of Senator McCarthy (R- WuO that the State Department harbors Communists and Communist sympathizers. A key part of those charges. McCarthy has said, concerns the flve- • year-old episode In which six persons were arrested after the FBI had found hundreds of secret government documents In the offices of the now delunct magazine Amer- asia. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses Saturday from the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: Vergil Briley and Miss Ruby Johnson, both of Manila. William Foster and Miss Betty Stacks, both of Dell. .Vallee Cralton of Dell and Miss Rent Controls Extended for Six More Months WASHINGTON. June in. (K->- Scnate and House conferees agreed today on a compromise bill extending federal rent controls for six months beyond June 30. Tiie compromise, subject to approval by both chamboi-s of Cmi- yress, gives municiiJiililics power to keep the federal controls for an ad- dltionfil six months, or until June 30. 1951. In communities where no such action is taken, controls would end automatically on December 31. The House had voted for nu automatic, seven-months extension, with an additional five months op- months automatic extension, with six more optional months. The conferees accepted a House provision giving counties tiio right, lo remove control;; before December 31 in unincorporated areas. Cities already have (hat authority. Masons Initiate 7 at Osceola Tiie largest conclave al (he York Rile Masonry In Arkansas In several years initiated seven candidates Fridny night In O.sceola. The candidates were Roy lang- slon, Ira Wright and John IV. Brown of Osceola; Merrill Crawford of Dye.is; w. A. Hosoy of Joiner; Bill Gentry of Blytheville, and Poster Bowdcn of Jonesboro. Distinguished guests Included the oldest living pnst grand commander of Arkansas, C. A. Cunningham of the Olivet Commandry of fllythe- viHe, who served in 11*23, Commander Jack B. Conham and 26 members of the Hugh de Pavens Commandry No. •] of Little Heck, initiated the candidates. Giant Mars Flying Boat Takes 144 Marines 2,000 Miles Supreme Court to Rule On Tax Commission •LITTLE ROCK. June 19. UP)— A case that may decide the fate of the three-man Arkansas Tax Commission wns submitted to the State Supreme court today. A decision is likely next week. The Tax Commission asked the court to, set aside a chancery court order prohibiting the commission from reasse^ng city property in Saline County. Chancellor Sam Garratt of Hot Springs issued the injunction after Saline County Judge Arch Cooper refused to order the county clerk Polly Grant of Van Buren, Mo. to reopen the tax books. SAN DIEGO, Calif., June 19. (/P)t> —The giant Caroline Mars ended a 2,f!0fl-mile flight from Hawaii yesterday with 144 men aboard. Nevei before, the Navy said, had so many been carried so far non-stop in one aircraft. A little later, R sister flying boat —the Hawaii Mars—settled down on San Diego bay with 105 men. Stic had taken off two hours and five minutes before [he Caroline Saturday, flown 2,400 miles to Alamcda. Calif., added 5,000 pounds of cargo and Ihen hopped on here. In these two four-engincd craft, which spread their wings 200 feet, the Navy had ferried nn f-ntire company of Marine reservists in full combat kit from the Islands for training exercises at nearby Camp Pcndlcton. The lift made by the Caroline— which has more powerful engines than the other Mars flying boats--wasn't a world record for passengers. That was made by the Marshall Mars last year. She carried 308 men —but on the short 450-mile hop from Alamcrta to San Dlesjo. The Caroline's effort cleanly topped the Hawaii Mars' old Hawaii- California mark made In 1945 witli 118 tin 1 !! aboard. Lt. William Nelson of Augusta Kan., brought the Caroline over in H hours 18 minutes in R flight he described as routine: "The takeoff was .smooth. The ride was smooth. The landing was smooth." The Marines aboard the Caroline weren't too happy f o ,. „ while, however. They, were jammed into lift plane's lower deck before the takeoff, it was hot and stuffy. After the craft was airborne, the upper "smoking" deck was opened Some slept through the night on mattresses spread on the decks. The Hawaii Mars was commanded by Lt. William Barllcy of Calhoun, ill. With the Courts Chancery Pcarline Brown vs. Harvey Brown, suit for divorce. Lester A. Giles vs. Marilyn Y Giles, suit for divorce. Common Pleas Hannon Supply, Tnc. vs. William Fraser Plumbing and Heating Co, suit for collection of $64128 debt ..Circuit (Civil) Hussell and Gladys Cooper vs. James Berry and John Hood, suit for Sl.837.13 personal and property damages arising from collision April 29 on South Highway's!. Certain types of the sulfa medicines now are being widely used to cut down disease fatalities a- niong poultry. Obituaries Maybell Haley Dies in Little Rock Hospital Maybell Huley, n year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carson M Haley of Lost Cane Community, died at the University Hospital in Little Rock Saturday at •! p.m. She stepped on a thorn June 10 at her home and became ill Friday morning. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Holt Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. P. II. Jcrnifian. pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church. Burial will be in .Memorial Park Cemetery. She is survived by her parents, five brothers, C. M., Charles. Jimmy, Wesley, and Carson, jr.; and one sister, Betty, » * * Rites Tomorrow For Mrs. Ayers Services for Mrs. Lucy Ayers of St. Louis, former resident of Blytheville, who died at 11:30 p.m. yesterday in St. Louts after a short illness, will be held at Cobb Funeral Home chapel at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon by the Rev. P. H. Jernigan, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Chinch. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Ayers moved to St. Louis from Blytheville about 15 years ago. She was 81. Pallbearers will be Joe Williams, Bob Barnes, Walter Steele, Arch Lludsey, Joe Waddy and Jess Province. Survivors include her son. Ein- metl Avers, of St. Louis and a brother, Bill Oakley, of West Plains Mo. Services arc Held Fcr Green Infant Services for Jlmrnie Wayne Green, .-. .....y (j.u son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Green, who died at 8 p.m. Saturday at his home In Gosnell, were held at 1:30 yesterday afternoon at the Dogwood Cemetery by th~ p."v. Kinsr, pastor of the Pentecost Church of Gosnell. He is survived by his parents and one brother, Larry Green. Cobb Funeral Home was in charge. Top dollar style Never before could you get so much car beauty for so little money ...only Ford has l>een selected for the New York Fashion Academy Award for two successive years. Top dollar "Go" Only Ford in its field offers you a choice of "Go" power . . . either the smooth precision-built 100-h.p. V-8 or its companion-m-quality, the advanced 95-h.p. Six. Its aTop Dollar MONDAY, JUNE 19, 19BO VOGELER Continued from Page I. it present. The British government has been legotiating for Ihe release of Sanders, who was sentenced to 13 years No 'lit*r American officials have denied that any deal was made to swap Vogeler for Valentin Oubitchev, Soviet United Nations employe, convicted with Judith ( Coplon in New York of espionage. Gubilchev was given a suspended sentence and sent home. Observers Interpreted the move then as a bid for similar treatment for Vogeler. T.f Vogeler were released, he prob- ibly would be escorted lo the Aus- .rinn Hmmarmn border. American officers probably would meet him there and bring him to his home in Vienna. Both Vogeler and Sanders confessed in court that they had turned Hungarian economic secrets over lo American Intelligence services, that they had sabotaged I. T. and T.'s Hungarian subsidiary, Standard Electric, and sabotaged delivery of equipment from Hungary to Sor iet Russia. Their .confessions followed a pattern which had been repeated frequently in Irials behind the Iron Curtain. The u. S. Slat* Department branded the trial as "devoid of jus- lice, inadequate as to evidence, and replete with falsehoods." No Cook, But Left Hook WORCESTER, Mass., June 19. —Waltei J. Brosnan told Judge George E. Rice today that his wife Unnca had been "brought up like a boy. knew how to box. and delivered some blows that counted." Brosnan asked for a divorce but the Judge took his request under advisement pending a hearing on custody of two children. Bond Forfeited In Driving Case Matthew Mullens forfeited a S35,?5 cash bond In Municipal Court (his morning on a charge of driving while under the Influence of liquor. Tn other action James Ooolsby Negro, was fined »10fl and costs on his plea of guilty to a charge of exhibiting a gaming device. He was arrested several weeks ago when officers raided a dice game at his home. Playground and Park Directors to Meet J. P. Garrott, director of the niythevllle 'Y', announced there will be a meeting of the 'Y- playground and park directors tomorrow morning at 9:30 at the 'Y' to discuss the first two weeks of Deration of the playgrounds. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111, June 19. W-tUSDAj-Hogs 13000' active, 25 to 50 higher than Friday's average; bulk good and choice 180-240 Ibs 20.25-50; top 20.50' ''50210 Ibs mostly 1 19.50-20.00- 270-300 Ibs 18.75-19.50: 140-170 Ibs 182520.25; 100-130 Ibs 14.50-17.75; good and choice so» s 400 Ibs down 167517.30; 410-500 Ibs 15.25-16.25- heavier weights 13.75-14.75; stags 10.50- Cattle 4500; calves 1100; opening slow on steers; few good kinds near steady at 30.00-50 but undertone weak to lower; few good medium heifers and mixed yearlings steady at 25.00-29.50; cows opening steady to small interests; big packers Inactive; bulls strong to 25 higher; medium and good bulls 22.00-23.50: cutter and common bulls 19.0021.00; vealers unchanged; good and choice 25.00-30.00; common and medium 19.00-25.00. TONI Home Permanent brings you ' MIDGET SPIN CURLERS •1.50 Volu. Mow All 3 only $133 twrfi f« Mf Special 3-in-l Value ^ l. Ton! Horn* Permanent for * »oft,'^ rmiui Mooting wive—enough for * complete permanent. 1. 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