The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 7, 1948
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7,1948 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Anti-Red Probes To Be Launched House UnAmericon Activities CommUtc* Has Full Schedule 7 By Gruit Dilln»n United Prnu CUCf CorrMpondeit WASHINGTON. April 7. (UP)— Chairman J. ParntU Thomas said yesterday his House UnAmerican Activities Committee has evidence that 30 Communists were allowed U> enter this country because of "pressure by prominent government of- ticials." The New Jersey Republican made the charges to reporters in outlining a packed committee schedule for the rcst-of the year. It .includes resumption of the Communism-in- Hollywood investigations "iu ioon as possible." Thomas, Just returning to work after a several weeks illness, said the committee also plans hearings on Gerald L. K. Smith, on Communist infiltration of Negro groups and on its own charges aganist atomic scientist Edward U. Condon. To Recommend Law* , The committee expects to recommend definite legislation to the house late this week to put a tight- U. S. Troops Guard Berlin Rail Center Cotton Council to Meet n Los Angeles in Fall MEMPHIS, Tenn,, April 1, (UP) —President H»rold R. Yount of the allonal Cotton council announced od»y that the organization will old II* lllh annual meetlnj in U>s .nsflcJi from Nov. 30 to p«c. I Ills year. The North UUle Rock, Ark. fo- Iclal said the Pacific Coast eon- erence would mark the first lime tie council has ever convened In he cotton-producing »re» of tin nr West. U. S. military police stand guard in front.rf |h* Russian rail control center In the American zone of Berlli er halter on domestic Communist.'!. The 50 MP's prevented all Soviet military and civilian personnel from entering the building, from which In W ''cl™ C sulx:r?m re {tt rt "wh* V ) '"has Russiam had dlrectetl lhelr blockade on rill traffic into the zone. (Photo by NEA-Acme staff corresponds 'studied the question the last several months. Thomas did not name the 30 Communists or the government officials who allegedly helped their entry into this country. Some of the cases, he said, date back to the *'ar and some are more recent. But he said ihe committee has "conclusive evidence" in each. Although not Included in the 30, the case of movie composer Hanns Eisler was ctted by Thomas as typical. Eisler is a brother of Gerhart Eisler who has been described By the committee as the one-time top Communist boss in the U. S. Laney Speaks At Probation Conference Gainings' Bridge Bill Wins Committee Okay WASHINGTON, April 7. (UP)— A House Public Work* Subcommittee has approved a bill to Increase the Arkansas-Mississippi Bridge Commission from six to It mem- To Give Concert persons are now notified to be pic-' Ing sent in said court on Ihe dale so fixed. Given IhJs 6 day of April, 1049, KLZIE WKUKEll, Agent [or Petitioners. BUCK and SUDBimv Attorney! for Petitioners, 4;7-H-21 to the Mle of ilcohollc liquor,. 1 m * th " ****<*, J. C. LYNN j (BEAL) My c 19SQ. Read Courier Mew< Want NASHVILLE. Tenn.. April T. UP) — Members of the Southern Statei Probation. Parole and Prison 3onferences headed home today af- er hearing two state governors *peak in their final meeting last night. » Gov. Ben I^ney. of Arkansas, tolrt ihe conferences that a reallxatlon that punLsKment will follow crime is one of the most important fac tors in crime prevention. He said education and economic stability are important aids, also. "I seldom interfere with-the judgment of tho courts the governor declared. Tennessee Gov. Jim McCord also spoke to the conference during the final "governor's banquet." During the final business session yesterday 1 the two conferences voi- ed to hold their sessions next year at Little Rock, Ark., on April 24, 1*49. L. B. Stephens, of Montgomery, Ala., wax elected president of the probation and parole conference. Burr Beeves, of Speigner, Ala., will head the p: t :m conference for the next year. Chennauit Warm of New! w^/ 1 . 1 - f* id . '". »" A ™y °** , \A/ + a 'A* * T- , I dress last night that the people of FT Or to De At Any lime 1 this country "know we must prepare for another war." | MONROE, La.. April 7. (UP)— Chcnnault-sald in » nationwide Ma]. Gen. Claire L. Chennauit, radio broadcast that "the only al- famed Flying Tiger leader of World ternative to enslavement by Communist masters is the defeat of | Communism by the force of arms " press conference he said Russia IK ! He directed his speech to "the younger generation who didn't lake part in World War II." "You..must prepare for a war which tvmy be forced on you »t any time." he said, "a war more terrible than any that has ever the only nation now capable of waging aggressive war and accused the communist regime of deliberately making Its people hate the Western allies. The American people have the choice, of bowing to dictatorship or providing the means to keep it at bay, he said. been." Read Courier News Want Ads. Nolle* of Hearing on Petition for.-Annexation Notice Is hereby given that (here has been filed In the County Jourt (For the Chlckasawb* Di»- rlct) of Mississippi County, Arkansas, a petition of Elzle Welker, K 3. Shannon and others, claiming to be a majority of the owneri real property in Ihe herehuftei described territory, a majority o the owners of real property In the hereinafter described territory residing within Mlsslsslpj>l county- Arkansas and * majority of the qualified electors (numbering more than six) residing In said herein after described territory, asking and petitioning the said county court to make an Order for the annexation to the Incorporated Town of Leaehvllle. Arkansas of the following described territory. to*lt' The West Half of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section n, Township 15 North, Ranpe g East, Including within said area the R. L. Hayes Addition to Leachville, Arkansas, same belli] further described In a plat filed for record April 19, 1923 In the Office of the Circuit Court Clerk and EJC- Officio Recorder of the Chlckasaw- ba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and also all of the remainder of Ihe tract originally described herein which is not included In said addition. A plunt of the territory describ ed, which is contlgous to said Town, Is on file with said Court and the undersigned has been {limed by the petitioners as the person authorized to act for them In the premise; Tlie Court has fixed lh« 11 day of May, 1948, as the date fnr a hearing on. said petition and all Interested NOTICE ', ! Notice U hereby given that the undersigned will within I lie time 'ixed by law apply .to the Cominls-' Moner of Revenues of the sute of Arkansas for • permit to sell beer at retail at Main St., Manila, Mississippi county. The undersigned stales Hint he a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, Hint he hns never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by tlie undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and Hint the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of Heartburn K4J.I.4 U * -!~IM «« J~H. W bf II f icrw fin olarh trio rJMU* 4lribiii>Arli Hciilhrutljii III* fft<tM-»l », . o,-(iin mu*lly j fciumit (or we Ml mil-*I* Tkblni. NolM'ilLvc. Hf)l-*tia brings romlurt In ft )l*r tx rKu/o Ixtfi le to <M lor rloubk moil r-v IMC k 'J&o BOJL-WtS far Add Mfeestion 25* SEE YOUR KAISER-FRAZER DEALER G«t A New Car RIGHT AWAY! .IN BLYTHEVILLE IT'S "" 61" Motor Company (Home of "01" Implement Company) North 6th Street Phone 2142 Donald Dsme, Metropolitan Opera tenor, will sing in Jonesboro Thursday night. April 15, at Arkansas State College as the concluding program in a series of four sponsored by Ihe Jonesboro Community Concert Association'! IM7- 48 season. Mr. Dame presents the American Album of Familiar Music each Bun- cay over the National Broadcasting Company's network of station*. Bradley Says U.S. Must Place. Re/iance on Power NEW ORLEANS, April 7. (UP) — Gen. Omar N. Bradley, Army chief of staff warned today that the United States must "rely on power" to guard against a Russian menace to "our precious freedom." Bradley, an Army Day speaker here yesterday, did not name Russia in His address. But in an earlier bers. Tlie commission has been established to supervise construction of a toll bridge across the Mississippi River to connect Helena, Ark., and Friar's Polnt / Miss. The bill to increase the member| ship was sponsored by Rep. E. C. Oathings, D., Ark. He told the sub- i committee he believes it would ' gain more support for the commis- ' sion's work. 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