The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1950 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, JUNK 28, 1990 BLYTHKVILLE. (ARK. 1 ) COUTtlER NEWS PAGE 1HKRB House Offers Citizenship For Aliens in U.S. Army; >y Protest Gets Brush WILLIAM F. ARBOGAST WASHINGTON) June 23. (if) — Congress held out » promise of citi- tenshlp today to hand-picked aliens who enlfst in the U.S. Army. The lawmakers brushed off protests that the aliens might, spy either for or against this country. Under a provision approved by the House yesterday, 2,500 foreigners would be eligible to become Americans after serving In the Army for five years. A bill previously passed by the Senate sets the total at 10,000 but provides no time limit. A compromise will have to be approved by both houses before the legislation goes to President. Truman. Before passing the measure, the House heard some of its members voice opposition on twr counts. A few lawmakers expressed repugnance at the thought that the aliens might be sought as spies for this country: others voiced fear that they might -spy !or Russi«. Presumably, those enlisted under tt> e bill—which lias Army backing— would be refugees from Iron Curtain countries Be Mlwtl .Among other changes, the House . iffce into the Senate bill a re- qmrement that the aliens shall serve in established units with citizen soldiers and not in separate organizations. This requirement, Chairman Vtn- son (D-Ga> of the armed services committee said, was designed to remove fears that the United states was preparing to set up a foreign business." The House pasted th« bill by » 201 to M vote. A, Little Learning Can be a, Etc. PASADENA. Calif., June S3. (*1— Twice denied an auto driver'! license, with instructions to get more experience, Mrs. May A. Fegan came back the third time. She got the experience ail right, but not the license. Mrs. Fegan showed up with her temporary permit to make another trial run with an inspector for the state motor vehicles department. But right at the very back door of the department office she ran her auto.into the cow-catcher ol Santa Fe freight slow-moving rain. Attracted by th driving examiner crash, George state Bray talked over and relieved Mrs. gan of her,' temporary permit. Onlj her feelings were hurt. Mediterranean Polluted TEL. AVIV, Israel (/Pi— All bath ng on the beaches of Tel Aviv — sracl's "Riviera" capital — has bee >anned by public health authentic rhey said the order was issuec jecause of the polluted and unhy gienic state of the Mediterranean LEND-UEASH N ITALY—All on'one leashf'teV' wiry" aclive greyhounds present * problem in direction to their mistress as she walks them in Rome's Borghese Gardens. Five seetn to want to go hither but the other five seem headed for thither. Pooches were among 500 entered in Rome's summer dog show. t Worked, Sign Sot Grad Job CUrCAOO, June 23. W|—The lKn Arthur II. Miller. 24, a recent Michigan Slate College graduate, lad put up along a highway near "insing, Mich., has landed him ob. It advertised Him to motorists as a mechanical engineer "trained in better methods." It worked. His mother. Mrs. Hary A. Miller, of Chicago, said yesterday he accepted one with a consulting engineering firm !n Lan- Berlin Gifts Continue BERLIN —<O>i— Gift packages from Hie United States continue to pour into this city, an American official .says. John II. Gayer, communications advisor to the U. 8. authorities here, suld that more than 83,000 .such packages, valued at $750,0(M were received by Berlin families during the first, four months of this year. Postanesihetic Unit Set Up in Michigan ANN ARBOR, Micll. (AP>— Last summer the University of Michigan Hospital .set up a special poslan- esthe.sia recovery unit, to aid better care of patients recovering from ane.sthellc.s. In Its first four months, t. cared for 1,640 patients, the University HcwpiUil Bulletin reports. There were only two deaths, both patient. 1 ! who had operations for Incurable brain ailment-s. The unit has a special slaff, and complete equipment, to give various tyix's of emergency treatments If needed. The unit receives patients who liarai't recovered anesthesia, or tho.se who need constant early care because of shock, hemmorhngc or other cendiUons. • fCA Program Liktd ATHENS CAP)— Four American /arm leaders, following a four-day Inspection of Marshal) Plan agricultural projects in Greece, have commended ECA's "grass roots" approach to farmers and their problems. "There seems to be « very genuine, and successful, attempt to bring the American farm program right, down to the Individual larmer most IntimaWy concerned," declared Allan Kline, of Chicago, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation. Included in the group with Kline were James G. P.itton, of Denver, president bt the National Fanners Union; Je.« Sanders of, Washington, special assistant to the president, of the National Grange; and John H. Davis, of Washington, •*- ecutive secretary of the National Council of Farmer Cooperative*. /tool-Aid ATHLETES FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN ONE HOUR, a NOT PLEASED, jour Me buck. Ask any druggist for till* STRONG runficlde. TE-Ol.. Mad« with M p«r- venl alcohol. U PENFTrNATKS. R««ch- ,. »iui kllli MOHK f^m* U»Ur T<* At KIK1IV DHIKt STORES BEFORE YOU BUY ANY NEW CAR Stil' & Young Motor Co. legion. The Senate would have provided quick citizenship for any enlisted alien entering the United States or its territories under military orders, regardless of length of service. The House decided that the alien must have completed fi years of honorable military service and be "otherwise qualified" before being allowed to make che United States his permanent home Vinson told the House the Army .wants the legislation because it needs the specialized services of thl men to be enlisted. He assured hi: colleagues that all the aliens "wit be hand-picked" and none of them will be Communists. Alleni Needed The Army needs them, he said, for their special knowledge ol the terrain, language, philosophies and other characteristics of the countries "we may have to deal with." He didn't name the countries but left little doubt that the enlistees come mainly from Russian- countries and will be val- tfkliie If they ever have to reenter thuse countriei with other United States troops. Rep. Tackett (D-Ark), who opposed the bill said the 2.500 aliens will be "spies" and would be of no value to the United States. Anyone who would "sell out his own country for citizenship in another country and a few dollars Isn't worth a hoot anyhow," Tackett said. The money reference was to the regular Army pay the aliens would receive while in service.- Rep. Allen (R-I11), another opponent, said he was fearful tha the aliens picked by the Army, with the approval of the Secretary State, might turn oiit to be spying or the United States. iince they don't have to become citizens, he said, there Is no wny of guaranteeing th t they won 1 turn over to their native countries the Information they pick up whil in the United States Army. Rep. Abernethy (D-Mlss) said h opposed thi use of U.S. cltisenshi ag "a lure." "Let's be honest," aald Rep. Shor (R-Mo), top minority member c the armed services committee. "Th 1 Is dirty business, but war is » dirt waters. <»•••! S.S.S. Tonic go* Mtrai*ht Lo work, wbera wwk nnw oft™ h^gin*. tiv« Juicwa *o the Mood jr*U rt*l kelp from UM food jo« —I. 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