The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1948 · Page 3
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WKDNKSDAV, AI'K1I,21, IM8 CABK.V COURIKK MOWS Truman Names 5 AEC Members Lilientha! Is Again Appointed Chairman; Terms Are Staggered WASHINGTON. April 21 IUPI — President Truman, after a switch in plans, lorlny nominated five members of the Atomic Kncrav Commission for irappointmeiu in terms ranging from one to five The nominations were .scheduled to be sent to tlie Senate ye.stcr<tnv morning. Hut were delayed nmil RUcr the President lalkeci yesterday aflernoon with Sen. Hourke llick- enlooiier. I!.. ] a .. chairman of the Senate Atomic Energy Committee Prospects for Senate confirmation looked uncertain. Rermbltcnr hopes of winning the presidential election in November may lead the .Senate to block confirmation of Die atomic nominees so that a GOP president, if one is elected, could name his own men. Mr. Trillium nominated Chainnai Dnvid B. LilieiHhal for „ five-yea term as chairman of the comniis sion. The proposed new terms of ^/ic other members were staggered ^sroin one to four ycnrs. Last August, when the rammis- sion was crcatert, all live members were named to one-year terms, 'I hey were confirmed only after a long Senate bailie over" Lilien- tha). (.'niitiiiuing Commission Sot Up By staggering the reaprjointincnts, Mr. Truman laid the groundwork for a continuing commission, with ihe tej-m of one member expiring each year. He named Sumner T. Pike for a new four-year term as a mem- tier of the commission. Lewis Strauss was appointed for « iien three- year term. William W. Wnymack Morse Flays Unification of Armed Forces WASHINGTON, Apil 21. IUP1 — Sen. Wayne L. Morse, R. Ore., yesterday described the armed services indication law as "a flop" and called on Congress to abolish Independent departments for the Army, Navy and Air Force, He lold the Si>j>,it« thill Hie armed forces "have made a Brand record of utter confusion" in their proposals for .strengthening national defense. Morse Is a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee. "They have failed miserably to give an integrated program," he suid. He introduced a bill to put the Armed Forces under a single department nf Defense and a single chief of staff. The unification law enacted last year created separate Army. Navy and Air Departments under a defense department. Blytheville Musician to Present Recital in Jonesbpro on April 29 A single roost near Baltimore, Md.. is estimated to contain 230,000 crows. for a two-year term and Robert i F. liachcr for one year. All of the new terms would begin AUK. 1. Chairman Robert A. Taft. R., O.. of the Senate Republican Policy Committee said there is a "growing feeling among Republican Senators that no one nominated ibv Mr, Truman i should be confirmed." There was no explanation for the White House action in starting to send the nominations to the Sen] ate. tiostpoini; the action and then i going ahead later in (he day after Hickenloopcr called on Mr. Trii- man. • Taft said the inclination of Republican Senators is to slow down • in confirming any more nominations by Mr. Truman. 10-Year Rescue^ Missco Council Program for Of Rural Clubs X* • c i . ' ° Meet Saturday Navajos Sought y PAGE JrlVTt WASHINGTON, April 31. IUI>> — Secretary of Interior J. A. Knur asked Congress yesterday to start r. 10-yenr iilO.OOO.cm |ii : <i|>ri<iii Io rescue the Nnvjo Indians from "nb)e<>t poverty" ,ni.l to meet this country's "I'ciivv moral oblltiiilion' Io lh<> trliie. I consider (In- liiceplitin or 11 comprehensive Naviijo piutnam one of the major lesimnslbilittes of til • Interior Dejiiu'tiueilt, ttii- CniiKr 1 -.'.; mill tin' nation." Knii; said. He was [lie first witness at Jouit llcm.se-8i-imle healing on n lull to promote n habiiii.atlon of both Nu- vnjo niut linp Indians. Knit; xnlil ills plan* Ini-lndrd botll tribr.s, tun. his remarks werf devoted main'.y to tlie Navajns. ' ( They live on a reservation l'i Ari/.iiiui. New Mexico mill Ulu.-i. ' I not:tl)li- for both Its henuty anil poor land. Kruc salrl Ttie land alforrt'i I lie lii.OOO Nnvnjn families un live-. nge yearly illi'ome of only $100, '1'liey [nek iideinmte lienlth, rducj-. linn mid welfare fiu-lluies. Or th" 3-1 .oao Indian children, only 7.M10 [can attend school, Knit; .said. Royal Service Program Held by Baptist W.M.U, OSCKOLA, Ark.. A'llil 21—The ' Women's Miviioiiury Union of tlie ' Kirst Bnplisl Chim-h met Monday attcrnoon tor ll;e Royal Ker- llcr pioRi-ain al the ci.ilicl]. M;-.; It. J. Kearney was in charge, of the |)i'o;.-i'iiiii mid KIIVC the devotional I Moore is a pupil „, M ,.ss Margie, „„,.„„„ al Arl(imsns Kl , Ue c ^ f i ™™ f ?*$* TrU!""*""^* ' llooflvl l-ir.i^l nT Mm-*., .... ' ' ' " ll:i - ' *. l > I h'iriie. Mrs. Kussc-11 J. ciubb nud Mrs. R. 11. Jones. A mnslcai renrljui: iva.s Kti'eii by ! MIM Corn llnt-nti. She wns acconi- ' pained by Mrs. Gill Mastln, or- nsawbn. will g^'c a denioii.straUon on reflnlshliiR old linoleum, and Mrs. Meil Wnhl, Diirlleld. will lend 11 discussion for the tlnlry projcol li'iulcrs on the cure of milk, hi connection with n lender Irnlnlnii pro- »t 1):00, and gfl«r a po(-luek lunch, the demomitrillon* will b* jirc.sented., ' ' Two (leinonstrntions mut one eiuler tttilnlni; si v ssioit are .sehe- tilled fur the nll-itny meellni; l)|.,,i. i«l loi- tlie Nortli Mississippi (•„„„. y HoinV ncinomirailon c-liilw 1 •piinly eoiniell. Saturday .it the •'Inl l.nke elnb house, Mls.s (ier- rndc Bond, honie (lemony ration OKent li;is :iilnoil»recl. Keith Hllbicy. county numt (or Norlli Mississippi County, win m v e a demonstration on raulnei makniv I and woodcraft In Rcneral, UK rip- ' iiUMlslriitlon Is to famflfarl/c an- ! men In the clubs of tlie usefulness of old flu nlluiL', anil some pmetieal putnlers In the const met ion ot smuli ' nllllly in tides for the lu>me. i Mrs. ». A. niiRR, -.(inn \v. chick- I . The meplliii! w l mlltee mceiiiiRs l begin with com- nn ( | A CARTON OF GOOD COOKING There are practically only !•• dlsllticl kinds of wolves In America—the large gray timber wbU and the coyote, or pr»lrl« wolf. GRAPHITE IHHSTY ~ KOI Larry T. Moore Jr. of lilyil-eville. will present, a senior ,,inno recital. H-ll 29, 8.00 |). in., in (he Ji. E. l.ee Wilson Auditorium in Jcneslinro. Mr. i Departinenl of Music. Spring i* a grand time to travel in Dixieland — and Greyhound is THE way to go. Through your wide Super Coach windows you see all the fresh beauty of the countryside. Greyhound's low fares are as welcome as spring itself. You enjoy the courtesy and dependability of Greyhound service, too_. So, on your next trip—nearby or far—relax in Super Coach comfort; enjoy travel at 1(3 very best ... by Greyhound. Greyhound Bus Sta. Phone 1441 IflS North JKlIlh . 13 Mt NV w .Mian .liu'l; A I l.i r Chal m -— t THAVtL fCOMOMT Onf RouiitJ nation Wf.y Trip Orl.^.irn, La. S" I') ?1i l.i '- Fl.i. _ IT.fiu j] TO nn, .Miss . j -irj 3,;5 M. c:a, B.iu n.nn •Til'Ka, Trim, 5.6(} UUO •U V lo, c.ua, Mr. Moore studied organ in Memphis before attending Baylor University in Wnc.o. Texas While in Itaylor. he studied piano with Dr. Ro.xy Grove and Daniel .Steriiberf;. He returned io Hlylhcvilte, where he taught in the Junior Hij>h School before t-oitiK to Arkansas State to complete his decree "ml study with President Regretfully Vetoes Bill to Pay U.S. Employe Injury Damages WASHINGTON. April 21. lUPi — President Truman yesterday rcurct- | fully vetoed a bill to pay $25.1100 .to a government employe who lost both arms in an explosion while he was engaged in an Army eliem- ical experiment. Edward T. Rogers, a chemical engineer from Raleigh, N. c., WHS severely Injured in 1046 nt the Edgcwood Arsenal In Maryland. He remained at n mixer of explosive material beyond the time IhniL established by fiovciument. regulations. lie-has since returned Io work at the arsenal at a salary of S4,Q02 a year. From the time of the accident until he ret-urueri to work, he re- GREYHOUND I)r. \V. A. Tiiylor VETERINARIAN Calls Made—Farm & Town Day Phone .1<18I Night Phone 2138 Dr. ncKinal Mnrlin and ,Mlss llon. Following his graduation, lie will Hive nn organ conci-n to dedicate a new organ in the l-'irst Baptist Church tit Ridi;c!y. Tcim. Miss Itaydon will play the orchestral pans [irrungcd for a second piano dmiim the prosram, which will be given in thru 1 parts. ! ; State Senator Byrd i To Seek Re-Election ' LITTLE ROC1C.. April 21. iUPi Veteran State Semilor Clvctc E. Byrd of El Dorado filed his corrupt practices pledtie ns n candidate for re-election yrstcrdnv and immediately found himself In a two- man race. His opponent. Wnync . Je'.vell of El Dorado, also filed ves- ' terday. Byrd. who is also secretary of the Arkansas Livestock Show Is the incumbent In the 18th Senatorial district, S L Richardson of Lawrence County filed his pledge as a candidate for state Senator in the lllth District. Eagle Street of Cave city iileri his pledge earlier. ceived compensation of Sllifi n month. The President's message vetoing the bill s aid lhat when Rogers is no longer ablp In work, he will again receive I lie compensation. Mr- Truman said that while there is a "natural impulse" to give Rogers every possible assistance, there was no evidence of any government ncRliccnce in the accident. Members of Circle One who we:'« !ioslej,5i-s for the .sorinl hour ill- elude- Mrs. Hndnev Anders. Mrs. W ! T. Tonic. Mrs. n. A. Siler and Mrs. j Jake Tlirclr.ill. There were 34 mem- j bers present. Program Meeting Held By Methodist W.S.C.S. OSCKOLA. Ark.. April 21—Tlie Woman's Sii:-ietv cif Christian Service of Ihe First Mcllicidist Chnrc'i I me'. Monday nlternoon in Ihe i church to continue Ihelr study on | "We. the People". Mrs. Sam Cnrlfs WHS course leader. Opening prayer was Riven bv Mrs. C. M. Mill-well, iiuil Mrs. Claude , I.loyd spoke on (he subject, "Free- 'dnm Prom Waul". ( Mrs. !!. \V. rianniKau dfmlssed the group with [nayer. Presbyterian Auxiliary Has Meeting at Church OECKOLA, Ark.. April 21 _. The Ladles Auxiliary of the Kirst Pies- liyteriiin Clmrcli met Monday i>l. Ihe church with 27 members and , one new member. Mrs. l-'ay Maicnm present. Mrs. A, W. liowen. prcstdeul. was in chai'Me of the business session i Mrs. Harold ohlcndorf wns chnlr- maii of the program on "Chrlsllaii , Homes" and was assisted by Mrs. Joe Crnmcr. Frtllon-ln? the lueetnij: a sochl hnnr was held with Mrs. Bob Crcmier nncl Mrs William Mnllcr as hosl- The experts 90 overboard time A N nnto-«-i.=c Detroit rdilor wrilrs Hudson . . . >vill slit] l, r ;„ R s( ,|| rr .,- mnrlicl nflcr Ilir Imycr?' injirkrl rrlnrn<'" A ( li-vrliind m.,lor-r;ir writer. "Tlit- pnl.lir is in for « tlirill!" |.- r ,,, n a Sa|) l.-r,,,,^.,.,, «»ln "I. tor's roll,,,,,,, "Hud,,,,, |,, 15 tl ,.,|| v tut Ilir j.ick|>,il.'" Ami M. il S ocj-ri s li| nroinirl Ilir i,;,li,,,,' Xlrn <U«, have "jori, rvrrylliii 1B inobilrs p , for Ilir. NW i 1B " m anln- It ii the only Ainrri.-.iii.lnnll n,,,l,,r<-nr von sl.-j, <lmn: inlo wlirn ri,l<-rii,,.. , ' I Ins lic\v (li-\-rli)|>iiirnt li lioinl a<lvnrila!<-s eucireles yon. even otilsirtr tile rear n-hcelf, "ill, a rilled. l,,,\..-tcrl fomufii I in,, frimie -and !lii> l.rin^- yi,n n new ineii-uie of ailileil safely. You ride within Uii< fr.iinp—cradlril lietween av),..,-,,,,! „„ i,,,, „( ., fr .,, m , a ^ ; (] f(]( . |>(i ; ( _ HinlMin s riew. lower <cn|er .if grnvily anil ni^ceil linsir- .st rTK-ture yi\ e Iliis <-ir t]i ji-lit fill ro:..lal,ilily_ n l.us-llir-roa.l w.-ij" i,f Soin... especially on runes, tliat is x-'.-aFc. s" sen-lie. MI Mim.illi. it is nnlite at yon'vi- known hefore! Illing irn.;, you M"' lir m|irnctic-al. '0/9 the only car you step down into ! " This new kind of molor r-np i< 011 |y five fn'l from jjroiind Io lop. ycl l>y stcpji'iri" ( |<. ( ,ii you gr.l ,,, orr he.-ul rm,,i, an,! m ,»uifr ><-.•. Is than in .niiy nthrr niaM-prodiiccd car l>iiill today-anil Illerr's S c«ici road elr.nralK e Ion' Bccamo you ste|. down. Hud,,,,,', new. nil etccl Monoliill liody-and-fratnn" completely Sec Idc new inolnr ear (lie experts , deer. I In- ncarol HII.IMIII denier will s|,,,w il j» .'•»!"'"'•! llml-on.Mot orfarfonipiniy, Del roil H. •I.^.r.a.k ond p.,.,,, p ., di ^ AT THE HUDSON DEALER NEAREST YOU: Glin Harrison Motor Co. 517 West Ash St. Blytheville, Ark. We're Opening Friday, April 23rd See Thursday's issue of the Courier News for our Grand Opening announcement. HEUER'S 421 W. Main 3lytheviile Only Ihe famous FLORENCE OIL RANGE gives you this exclusive wickless type oil burner Foods Taste Better -cook better i'sjjms It's the Florence exclusive wicklcss-type oil burners in this good looking range that give you that clean, dependable focused heat . , . makes your cooking taste so much better. That big Florence oven bakes to perfection! Sparkling porcelain-enamel finish wipes clean in a jiffy. Backed by over 70 years' experience in building America's finest ranges. See this famous Florence Range at our store now! Florence Upright Range 69 95 Exclusive in Blyiheville at SOn Furniture Phone 4409 Blytherille

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