The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 21, 1956 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHKYILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 195« 7 Previous Lobby Probes Produced Little Results By JAMES MAKLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — In the past 102 years Congress has investigated lobbying seven times. The result: a lot of bad publicity for lobbyists but no law to control them. Now Con- gresi seems ready to start an eighth investigation. There is a law requiring lobby-" Ista here to register with Corigres and report on their spending. It did not result from an Investiga tion. It was passed without much examination In 1946 when Congress was reorganizing Itself. There is nothing illegal or wronj about lobbying. Every individua or group has a right to try to ge Congress to pass the kind of leg islation It wants. But lobbying can cross over Into the corrupt class by the way money Is used to in fluence voting. This is an election year and whether this new inquiry does a real job or shadow-boxes depend: on: (1) The willingness of the nil Senate to make an all-out inquiry an attitude which will be revealed in the authority the Senate give; its committee; and (2) whethe: the Democrats and Republicans on the committee let their investiga tion degenerate into a pdlitica fight. The Senate is expected to ere ate a special committee made up equally of Democrats and Repub licans. The first such investigation b; Congress was in 1854, when lobby ing had become a national . dis grace. The last was in 1950 when a House committee, also made up equally of Democrats and Republi cans, got involved in intense pi tisanship. The chairman of that committee the late Rep. Frank Buchanan (D Pa), descriged lobbying at the enc of the inquiry" as a "billion-dollar industry." A report by his committee dis closed that 152 corporations spen $32,124,835 on "activities relating to attempts to influence legislatioi between 1947 and 1950" although they had reported only $750,000 under the Lobbying Act of 3946. Thirty companies refused' to tell whal they spent.' Congress did nothing then to make the Lobbying Act stronger. There are a lot of defects in the present* law but the basic one seems to be this: Congress required lobbyists to register with Congress but did not appoint any individual or group to police the law and the lobbyists. Death Telegram Followed Letter WAILtJKU, MATJI, Hawaii (if)— Mrs. Victoria Gomes got a letter and a telegram Sunday. The letter was from her son, saying he would be coming home; the telegram reported that he was dead. Cpl. Herbert Mamaril mailed the letter shortly before the Marines transport plane left Camp Pendleton for Oakland, Calif., saying: "We'll be flying over Friday morning." The plane he was on crashed south of Oakland last Friday afternoon, killing all 40 Marines aboard. "May the good Lord bless you and keep you and the family as you are now," said his letter. Master Mix Feed 16% Dairy Feed ?4.05 cwt Beef Concentrate 4.63 cwt Pig & Sow Concentrate 4.94 cwt 35% Hog Concentrate.. 4.98 cwt Pig Wormer 5.14 cwt Chick Starter 6.01 cwt Chick Grower 4.45 owt Egg-els 1.35 cwt Egg Mash 1.60 cwt Rabbit Pellet 1.58 cwt Horse Feed 3.94 cwt Shorts 2.95 cwt Shelled Corn 2.50 cwt Farmers Soybean Corp. "Home of Sudden Service" Blytheville, Arkansas Rebuilt Bikes For Sale We Carry All Paris And Repair Bikes & Tricycles CULLISON BICYCLE SHOP All Work Guaranteed Across From Kroger Ph, 3-6122 THIS BEATS WAITING ON OTHERS—The gal said to be America's most beautiful waitress is waited on by others of her calling as she relaxes at Las Vegas, Nev. Diane Hall, 21, of Long Beach, Calif., is her name, and she's been elected "Queen of the Cuisine." Duchess of Windsor Tells Of Romance in Autobiography NEW YORK tfl—The Duchess of Windsor says she was "unprepared and unarmed" for the storm stirred up by her romance with former King Edward vTLT more than 19 years ago. In the first installment of her autobiography published in the current McCall's magazine, the former Wnllis Warfield Simpson writes: 'Rather late, in life I found myself not only in love but loved as few modern women could ever expect to be loved, with a great throne at stake, a vast empire seething, and with the most obscure details of my previously unnoticed existence reverberating in the four corners of the earth — when these extraordinary happenings overtook me, slowly at first, then with the rush of an avalanche, I was unprepared and unarmed." Edward abdicated the British throne Dec. 11, 1936, for "the woman I love." His romance with the Baltimore divorcee had produced a crisis throughout the British Empire. "Nothing that I had known before or learned seemed to apply to my —w circumstances, the duchess i •ites. "I stood quite alone and de- new wr fenseless in the eye of the storm Mistakes were made by me and b others whom I might have infh enced but for the lack of commun cation and understanding. "Had 1 had my way, when at th eleventh hour full understanding f nally came to me, this story woul have had a different ending, if in deed there had been occasion t write it at all." A sidelight in the first chapter 1 the duchess' admission that sh rarely looked before she leapet She writes: "With me, however, it has been base of just landing, and more of ten than not in defiance of the max im of never leaping before taking prudent look. Quite apart from oth er differences, women seem to b divided into two groups—those wh reason and those who are foreve casting about for reasons for the. own lack of reason. While I migh wish it to the contrary, the recor of my life now that I have for th first time attempted to see whole, places me -with the seoon group. And I see something more this has been, if not my persona tragedy, my continuing folly." HOT PRICE FOR COOL COMFORT! Admiral AIR CONDITIONER Formerly $369.95 NOW 95 Complete With Thermostat. • Model IOOD76—IHPcooli room arw up te 675 , q .«. • Double-Duly Air Filler • Built-in Dehumldifler • Adjustable, No-Draft Air Flow Grill* • Inttallt flush with windowtlll • Flt« any standard sash-type window ever 16 1 /*' widex 14%* high • Written 5-Year Protection Policy Limiltd Offer/ Buy Now Whil» Supply Latlll We Give Quality Stampt Adams Appliance Co. Inc. We Service What We Sell 206-08 W. Main Phone 2-2071 New Suit Filed In Track Issue LITTLE ROCK (ft— A suit aimed at stopping the Arkansas Racing Commission from granting a dog racing franchise to Southland Racing Corp., at West Memphis was filed yesterday In Pulasltt Chancery Court. The complaint challenges the constitutionality of the 1935 law under which the track would operate. It also contends that the Racing Commission Is authorized to act only on horse racing franchises. The suit, latest development in the year-old squabble over proposed dog racing at West Memphis, was filed by four Crittenden County residents. They were the Rev. Ralph Hlllis, E. W. Bigger, J. C. Johnson and Malcolm P. Scott. The Rev. Mr. Hlllis, a Methodist pastor, Is president of the Crltten- den County Ministerial Alliance, which has fought Southland since plans for the track first were announced. Southland recently won a round in the battle when Chancellor W. Leon Smith of-BlythevlUe ru the Racing Commislon overstepped its authority when it rejected Southland's franchise application last December. German Reds Eye China Phosphate TOKYO Wl — Feiping radio said yesterday East German experts are surveying and will develop "the vast phosphate reserves" of Communist North Viet Nam. The broadcast also reported East Germany has en route to North Viet Nam a gift of "complete equipment for a 400-bed hospital, including . . . beds, operating theaters, medicines, instruments and a staff of 35 doctors and medical personnel ..." IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP CLAUDIA RAE GIFFORD, A MINOR No. 2,371 ADOPTION NOTICE TO — G. W. Gilford: Take notice that on the nth day of February, 1956,. a petition was filed by Sarah M. Willson and Robert R. Wilison in the Probate Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas for the adoption of a certain person named Claudia Rae Gilford. NOW, unless you appear within thirty (30) days after the date of this notice and show cause against such application, the question shall be taken as confessed and decree of adoption entered. SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, Clerk. By RUTH C. BESS, D. C. DATED: February 17, 1956. 2/21-28 WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERX COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Mary Crozier, Pltf. vs. No. 13,221 Robert A. Crozier, Dft. The defendant, Robert A. Crozier, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Mary Crozier. Dated this 13th day of February, 1956. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Cleric, By OPAL DOYLE, D." C Percy A. Wright, Atty. T. j. Crowder, Atty. \<i. Lltem. 2/14-21-28-3/6 NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. — H. M. Wallace, deceased Last known address of decedent: 2328 West Rose Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death: 25th day of January, 1956. The undersigned was appointed administratrix of the estate of the above-named decedent on the 16th day of January, 1956. All persons -having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the • — of Early Times Superiority OVER 50% Of AMERICA'S WHISKY IS PRODUCED IN KENTUCKY AND EARLY TIMES STANBS ALONE AS THE ONE WHISKY KENTUCKIANS CHOOSE FOR THEMSELVES. IT'S A CLEAN FLAVORED KENTUCKY WHISKY OF SUPERB MELLOWNESS WITH * TRADITION ALMOST A CENTURY OLD. JPint I \t, ft. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY-88 PROOF EARLY TIMES DISTILLERY CO. • LOUISVILLE 1; KY. It's every ounce a man's whisky date of the first publication of this notice or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In the estate. This notice first published 21st day of January, 1856. STELLA IRMA WALLAOB. '2388 W. Rose Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Ed B. Cook, Attorney for Admlnlstratrli. 2/31-3* Let Us Tell You Why The Automatic Means No Half-Clean Clothes Only the Maytag Automatic has double-spin tubs that never let dirty water strain back through the clothes. 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