The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1948 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, MARCH 23, I BLYTHBVILI.E (AUK.) COURIER NEWS UMT Opposition Stems From Reds Former Justice of Supreme Court Urges Compulsory Training WASHINGTON. March 23. (UP) —A former supreme court justice laid today thai Communists ar» •the organized core" of opposition to universal military training Owen J. Roberts, chairman of the privately organized National security Committee, urged the Senate Armed Services Committee to an- .jprove UMT. He testified shortly af- £er Karl T. Compton. educator, asked Congress act this year because "llraf !s running out." Assorting that he van reluctant to inject, the "Red issue, Roberts said: "ft is my considered Judgment that the organized core of opposition to universal military training centers in the Communist Party." He said Russia was openly committed to the eventual overthrow of the U. s. government. While this country hss watched Communist technique of aggression against Russia's neighbors, he said, it IMS been less alert in recognizing them here. Roberts testified that the first evidence of Russia's campaign in the United states was the Communist c'rive to speed American demobilization. "The same scale is evident in the campaign against universal military training today," he said. "For the defeat of universal training is now RiLssia's objective in the field of our domestic policies. Just as our too rapid demobilization smoothed the path of Russian aggression during the last two years, the defeat of universal military training now will make it easier for Russia to carry out further expansion on that continent." Roberts said that only the heads of the armed services could determine whether a revival of the draft is necessary as requested by President Tnunan. "If It is necessary as a short term expedient, it has become necessary ^olcly as the result ot our unfor- |B|jnate haste in demobilizing and *our unfortunate delay in establishing universal military training, as the result, in short, of the two chief postwar campaigns of Russian Communism in the field of American domestic policy," he said. Pity the Poor Horse Palty Blac-kmon. 4. is an expert rider. The little daughter of an Ocalu, F]g., rodeo producer has been riding since she was strapped to Ihe saddle at 18 months. But she hasn't abandoned all pleasures of childhood—she combines horsemanship with bubblc-Bumship. Her horse. Buck, can probably tell which "pop" means "whoa." Chiropractic Board Fined Underl929Act LITTLE ROCK, Mnr. W. (U|')_ Attorney Arlluir G. Frankel was preparing lo file a motion for n new trial, prior to tnkhiR an ap- penl, on belmlf ol the llnee tneni- hers of tile State Chtrormicllc Board. T'he board meiubers. Karl Lhul- miist or Port Sinllh. and Oir, Smith and A. H. Green of Little Fiock. were found guilty of vloliit. ing the stale's bnsln sclenrc la« yesterday by Cirenil Judge GU.I Fulk and fined $1 apiece. ' Tile appeal would bring iiboul n test of the 192!) statute. The board B ran led a license to n chiropractor who wns licensed by another stnte. without renulrlnj; tliat slip obtuln a cerllficale from the basic science board. The bn.slc science law requires applicants who wish t,o practice a healing art In Ihe slntc to scenic a certificate of ability In anatomy, physiology, chemistry, bacteriology and pathology. Neatly Typed Manuscript Causes Arrest tor Theft MEMPHIS. Teiin., Miircli M. UJf'l —The finger of .Tuspicion fell on 17-ycfir-old Joseph HeiMy \Vad- linHlon only because lie came tn class with n typewritten life story of Leachvilte. Edward Chlsin nnd Miss lllcll White ol nlytlieville. To Wed Gl Gambling at New Club Under Investigation BKNTON. Ark, Mur. 23. (UP) — A Grand Jury Invesllgiillon of charges that gambling was KOlng on In the. new Colonlnl Club In county waj continuing to- Saline day. 'l'li« club, which remained for one day, Is located Just .v, u » Hie line from Oarlsiid County, on the lientoii-IIot Spring* highway. Cli-ciilt Judge Thomas K. Toler ojwn PAGE hi* placed the club under *•••_- ncnt Injunction to prevent K from operating, pending the outoMM M Die investigation. Matches consume a toUl of man than 100 tout of wood '['his general's dmiRhlc-r is goinK In marry a serRcant. She is l.ll- li:ni Chcnmmlt, daughter of (len. Clnlre ChcnnauU. The 10- yenr-clil girl will marry Sgt. Arlluir Reindle of M;mllowoc, Wis., now stationed in China. of Joseph in Ihe Bible. Joseph's neal Job mi the lypc- wiHcr brouj hi him prnisc from sUt- dcnis and teachers iinlll a fncnUy member reported Ihe thctt nl n typewriter (rom Booker T. Wnsh- inston Hlfih School. Joseph blnmcd Ihe tlic.fl. mi his mnbitinn ti) become an iiulhnr. Pol ire Siiiil he look Ihe typewriter, Inter hidinc It under n house. Police recovered the typewrite uml charged Joseph with Jnrceny. Scad Courier News Wan:. Ads. Nervous Bandit Robs Nashville Loon Firm NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 23. (UP)—Search continued today for a nervous young bandit who held up the Nashville Indorsement Company in the downtown section here yesterday and escaped with about $IOCO. The man walked into the small loan company alone and forced four employees and a Negro customer into the back room, telling them that a comrade ivas stationed in a car with a rifle just outside the door. However, when he left he Innrieri up the street on foot. Although he appeared nervous, ^the bandit wiped off a doorknob to Viliminate fingerprints, employees said. They said he carried an Army- type .45 caliber pistol. Mexican Draft Board Calls Men for Training TIJUANA. MCX.. Mar. 23. <UP>— Drafting of all men between the ages of 20 and 24 years In Baja California for two years military service will be started as soon as the necessary preparations are marie. Lt Fernnodo Espana Escu- dcro. chief ot the Juanata de Re- clulamaiento. (Mexican draft board) announced today. Espana Escudero said he had received orders from Mexico City to begin drafting men from the classes of ln'H through 1928. They will be pUccd under Bri? Gen. Juan Castelo Encinas, commandant of the Tijuana garrison, for training. The draft board chief estimated that about 2.500 men in the territory of Baja California are eligible for the draft. He did not know if the draft would cover all of Mexico or only the territory. Vet Reported as Dead Re-Enlists in Marines NEW ORLEANS, March 23. (UP) —Sgt. Lewis Ballard of Walker, La., was back in the Marines for an other hitch today after he, got an official order to convince recruiters that he is not dead. Ballard received news of his "death" from the Veterans Administration last January when he asked lor compensation for a 40-month Read Courier News Want Ads. ordeal in Japanese prison camps. When he attempted to re-enlist, the Marine Corps questioned his status. So he got an official order from the VA to prove, he is alive. Tiie 30-ycflr-old veteran said !ie believed he was listed "killed in action" when he was captured on Corregidor early in the war. "I don't ffel dead." Ballard said. $30,000,000 Newsprint Plant to Be Constructed BIRMINGHAM. Ala., March 2J! (UP) -A contract for the construction of the $30.000.000 Coosa Rive- Newsprint Co. at Childersburg, Ala was awarded yesterday to the Dan icls Construction Co. of Binning ham and the P. II. McGiaw Con struction Co. of Hartford. Conn. A. G. Wakeman. vice president and general manager of the new firm, said the contract award was the last step preliminary to construction. He said ground would he broken within a week. Details of the contract were worked out at a meeting of the executive committee of the board of directors. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday in the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythc, county clerk. Rudy Jaco and Miss Delia Brown of Blythcvillc. Thomas \v. Grjssom of Hermon- riale, A5o. find Miss Mona Sue Williams of Blythcvillc. Russell Bunch of Blytheville and Miss Bethel Kinley of Holland, Mo. G. W. Hill and Mrs. Llnnlc Cole PIN-WORMS 'romptiy relieves coughs of TIGHT ACHING CHEST COLDS GO! KUION New Treatment « Gets Real Results Don't let your chad aiifTer the torment of Pin-Worms t Today, thanks to a special, medically recognized drug. » highly rltVc. live treatment has been made possible. Ko watch for tht warning signs, especially the embarraasinp; rcctat itch. Get JATNE'S f-W tirtt »way and follow tie directions. These sroall. casy-to-taIce tablet* were developed after years of patient research in the laboratories of Dr. D. 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