The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1948 · Page 1
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tAOII TWO, Agreement Near On Trade Law BLTTmCYILLl UMC.) COURIER HEW» Act Tariff lUvisiofi, for • Y«ar WA8HINOTOH, April, J7 <UP)~- Republlcsux leader* - arc near a- ifeeBient on a eompromlM plan la nrite the reciprocal trade lav and extend it for a y*»r, an Informed source said yesterday., Unle«« eitendM, the saw will expire June 12, 'President. Truman . hu urged Congress to extend the act "In Us present form" for three yean. But many Republicans, particularly some Hou«e members, have been opposed to any extension. Th« compromise proposal would provide 'a* a safeguard 'to American Industry that any trade agreement muat be »ubmltted either to Con- ftttf or the Tariff Commission before It can become effective. . A trad* agreement might be submitted to Congress under either of two conditions: 1. It would become effective automatically on • specified date If both, Houseea did not vote it down before then, or 2. It would die on the specified both Houses did nol vote it down proved It. Some opponents of the proposal th«t agreements be submitted to Congress charged such procedure would reisult In revival of Congressional log-rolling on tariffs. Its : supporters disputed tills. They said Congress would have to accept or reject an agreement "as if": The reciprocal trade agreements law was enacted tlrst In 1934 as part of the late president Roose- Tflt's New Deal program. Wrettltr't Daughter Finds Good Use for Tricks He Taught Her CHICAGO, April 27. (UP)— When' «-year-old Prudence Tolkach was Just a little girl, her fnther tnught her a couple of lessons. Miss Tolkach Sunday taught them to a young man who. forced his altenttons'upon her.! ! Miss Tolkach's father was an amateur wrestler. She is a conimer- £l»l artist but has always reinem- * the "*" de(ens * her fftthcr ' h * n tnt young man, vtio posed a salesman, suddenly made «d- ces to Mls» Tolkaoh, she applied J&'uU nelson arid pressed a burning aret to the back of his neck. Jrt she slapped on a hammer and heaved with all her KM ds. The man dropped to the floor. ! Ther« was a little fight left In him when he struggled to his Jeet. But Mia Tolkach grabbed him by the ahoulden and finished him off with a mighty body slam. I 8h« bounced a clock off the young Ban's head M he fled. t Courier News Want Adi. Royal Bonnet Princees Margaret, younger daughter of King George and i Queen Ejiabeth, looks like a i breath of spring in her latest 1 veil-covered bonnet. She watched j tb» King Scouts march past at ' Windsor Castle. CONSTIPATION MINI* MBtLf DlSTREs" -MMTU-Tt<0*0««H ?"«»*° >»!p ht. fti-it r.. r^rFTS'"*- <Not Dr. CaldweU's con- ve Senna, medically tr«o for children.) Tim— lu "~~ help* i " a Mt of 3 be a ,,tifd, of fce box bowt ,' c*or^. Limited Simply t», r oul t(li , ^ •rfdrM. to Dr ontiodlo, III ' W.CAIBWEU'8 •MttMHHnMI^... 'British Guards Go in the Reef Benrskin sjiakos nnd nil, Ihe old fractional uniforms of London's Brigade of Guards are coming out of mothballs. Th« colorful scarlet tunics, which have been in storage since 1939, will be worn for all future slate occasions, beginning with June It, til* king's official birthday. Here, Corporal A. n. Tilley brushes the bearskin worn by Guardsman L. Cook. Read Courier News Want Ads. / Read Courier News Want Ads. Soybeans , Have Your Beans Cleaned Be/ore Planting! Our Cleaner Removes All Grass and Weed Seed Doyle Henderson Soybean Company Highway 61 So. Phon. 2860 Nazi Saboteurs Are Returned To Germany WASHINGTON; April- 27. (UP)— Th* Whit* HOUM disclosed yesterday that two nazt saboteurs seized here during the war have been permitted to return to Germany They a»e living in the American tone there. President Truman recommended suspension of the sentences of Ernest Peter Berger and George John Dasch, provided that they return to Germany to live under conditions specified by the American Army commander. Six other saboteurs who were landed here by subarine In 1842 w«re «xe«ut«d. President Roosevelt commuted Berger's death sentence, to life imprisonment and Dasch's to 30 years because of the i assistance they gave the govern • I ment In supplying details of the ( conspiracy. j Th« eight were rounded up by the FBI soon after they landed : They did not get a chance to -ir- ! ry out their mission of sabotagln" key American industries. [ Mr. Truman acted on recommend-' atlons submitted by Attorney <3en- I eral Tom O. Clark. Berger and Dasch, after serving approximately live years and seven months of their. sentences, arrived back In Germany Jast week. SenteneM Suspended Their sentences were suppended, according to a memorandum by the president, subject V> condition* directed by the commanding general of the American zont regard- Ing "travel, employment, political and oth«r activities." Berger and Dasch landed from a German submarine on Ling Island (he night of June 13, 1SM2, wild Richard Qulrln and Helnrlch Harm Helnck. A second party of four Nazis landed from a submarine at Ponte Vedre Beach, Fla. All eight were sei- ed by FBI agents In Chicago and New York. After their arrest, Berger and Dasch gave what the White House called "full and complete" inden- tlflcatlon of all connected with the sabotage plot, and also assisted the government In the treason trials of those who assisted Ihe saboteurs. Clark said that Berger and Dascl- In addition to helping Jit together details of the conspiracy, later disclosed "valuable information " or: wartime conditions Inside Germany He said It was the view of the Justice. 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