The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1956 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 12, 1956
Page 5
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MONDAY, MARCH 12,19S« BLTTHEV1LLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE On Lobby Probe; Question Is: Will Senate Committee Do it's Work? BT JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — The special eight-man committee picked by the Senate to investigate lobbying has its work cut out for it. The big question is: Will it do its work? There are four Democrats and four Republicans on this committee. If they play politic* on the direction the investigation takes, splitting along party lines, there won't be much Investigation. — Nixon Will Get Chicken- Beef Council Chief Beefs on]y a - £ter ma j or jty approval. Once again a 44 party split could wreck even this elementary effort to get started. iterating to Watch • This is going to be an interest- They've already shown signs of employes of the committee will be pirty splitting. From the time ' ' '' ' '" --<-" they were appointed Feb. 23 until Saturday they, were so badly di-, vlded they couldn't agree on rules for doing business. Now they have agreed — with ten. McClellan D-Ark) as -chati" m»n and Sen. Bridges <"R-NH> as vice chairman — But the kind at »gr»-ment they made leaves th« door open for party splits and paralysis, To Full Committee. McClellan as chairman may is-' sue subpoenas for. witnesses, documents and records but only after telling Bridges what he intends to do. If Bridges objects, then the problems must be submitted to the full committee for .solution. Any time they split on party lines, there probably will be no solution and no action. The chief counsel and other staff ing committee to watch, whether it does a real job, shadow boxes or blows up in confusion. This is an election year and a real investigation might cause political explosions. This committee will not have time for a thorough study of the whole -field of lobbying in the time given it. The .Senate instructed the committee to finish its job by next Jan. Just getting a 31. staff together, and then letting the staff dig into the field and prepare the groundwork for public hearings, will take a lot of time. McClellan says now he can't tell when the inquiry will begin. Finds Bridge Wasn't There WATERBURY, Conn. (/P>— Norman A., Lezotte, 28, was going to cross the Washington Avenue bridge when he came to it yesterday, but the bridge wasn't there arid he and his car plunged 20 feet into the water. After he climbed out of his wrecked car with cuts and bruises, "he learned the bridge was washed out in the August floods. Lezotte told police he saw signs warning of the washout. Police agreed there weren't any signs, warning of a washout but added there was one which said: "One Way—Do Not Enter." Read Courier News Classified Ads. Carefree lawns ... MEYER Z-52 ZOYSIA together! Plant now with plugs . . , right in your lawn of other grass. Aggressivt Meyer Z-52 crowds out other grasses and weeds. Planted now in newly prepared ground, you'll have a carefree, beautiful, weed-free -lawn of Meyer Z-52 this summer . . . next year if planted in an existing lawn. "Sprig" planting in a lawn of existing grass is no* refommertded. < PlAttT MOW ... you lay a permanent, self- renewing, durable carpet of blue-green splendor on your lawn when you plant Meyer Z-52 Zoy- sia. It's a dependable grass that actually costs less to keep looking its best . . . requires less mowing, less care. What's more its tough, fibrous root system does tiie weeding for you. BUY THi UST . . . champion of lawn grasses, Meyer Z-52 won its title after years.of grueling tests, •winning round after round from other hybrid grasses. It proved it could be grown in hot and cold climates ... in a variety of soils, even sand and clay . . . and in the shade. Meyer Z-52 was recently released as a superior hybrid lawn grass ideal for lawns by the Turf and Lawn Grass Section of the U. S. 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Please send Meyer Z-52 Zoysia grass to arrive on for which I enclose my check or money order. <hy of wetk Muck row* plifi: Q $15.00 pk«. »f 140 (Mutt a > 27.10 pk«. of 320 ><•«• 0 » Sfl.00 >k«. of 440 plufi a sioo.oo P*». o< i2to ft*n (p<ii99li>4 KKit fn* wtik 1100 «rd*r —$8.25 wit* MMllw «T<*«n) G $10 pkf. (wrar O $25 •*». (*T*r D $SO #1. («« tM •ta All shipments PREPAID (for plug ihipping, plcaK specify: D Railway Expmi, D Parcel P«t.) D NAME- ADDRESS- CITY. '. JZONE _STATE_ LINCOLN, Neb. Ift— It wu the lack oJ beef that made th« pred-- dent of the Nebraska B«ef Council beef. Chester Paxton of Itoedford sizzled Saturday because Vice President Richard Nixon Is going to be served chicken »t the Republican party Founders Day dinner her* March 19. Now Nebraska's license plates this year carry the slogan "The Beef State" as & result of the heat the beef council put under the State Legislature In their campaign to boost the state's reputation as a prime cattle area. To Paxton the idea of no prime steaks at a top grade banquet Is a slur to that slogan. So when he got a look at the GOP banquet menu and saw chick- en a* the main course he felt seared. He fired a letter to State GOP Treasurer Joseph Wlshart saying: "Nebraska the beef state being honored by a visit of the vice president of the United States, so what do you feed him? Chicken? "I shall await your apologies for serving anything but choice Nebraska beef." Wishart replied in i treasurer's manner. He wrote: "No apologies. "A beef dinner would cost $5 Instead of $3. Last year's Pounders Day established that the Sand Hills center of the cattle country boys wouldn't pay five bucks for a beef dinner!" Horses Lead Him to Trc LONG BEACH, Calif. (#)—An ex- fireman who "couldn't keep away from the races" has been granted 10 years' probation for writing (2,000 in bad checks. Hugh M. Dillon, 27, resigned from the fire department last Jan. 30 and walked into police headquarters where officers said he admitted betting the money on horse races. In deciding against a prison terms, Superior Judge Beach Vasey said yesterday: "The state is as much to blame as you. It certainly put temptation in your way by allowing race tracks to operate." Medical School To Move Patients LITTLE ROCK W)—The University of Arkansas Medical School plans to move its patients from the present University Hospital to the new Medical Center June 18, Provost P. Douglas Lawranson said Saturday. Lawrason told the - university's Board of Trustees that June 7-11 had been set as inspection dates for the new facility, and equipping and supplying the center would be completed June 13-17. The provost had said previously that delays in construction from bad weather forced postponement of the moving date originally scheduled this month. Sydney Symphony Director Quits SYDNEY, Australia (fft—Slr Eugene Goossens announced today he is giving up his duties temporarily as conductor of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra because of 111 health. Goossens announced he had been relieved temporarily of the symphony post at his own request and also as director of the New South Wales State Conservatory of Music. Customs officials and vice squad detectives questioned the noted 62- year-old British musician lor seven hours Friday after he arrived from a European tour. Subsequently they seized about 1,100 photographs, three books dealing with sex matters and four soft rubber half-face masks found In his luggage. The Chinese train cormorants to catch fish and bring them to the boat of their owner. Bufford Shoe Shop Expert Shoe Repair Good Shoes at Good Price* 112 S. Broadwav SHOW CASES Heavy Hate Glass—515 anfl 520 Glass Enclosed Wall Cases—50 to choose from. EMIL M. DAMON Phone 2-2272 After 6 p.m. Ph. 3-3631 Vandals Fancy Old Carriage LOUISVrtiE, Ky. m — W. F. Williams can't understand the peculiar fascination his once-fine old carriage holds for vandals. Ten times they nave broken into a barn and attacked it with a vengeance. The top has 1 been torn away, the upholstery ripped out— and once it was set afire. The fire was discovered quickly and did little damage to the landau type vehicle—which once was used to carry a governor to the Kentucky Derby. Williams thinks he has discovered a cure for the vandalism. He will move the carriage to his home at Elazabethtc-wn, 40 miles away, next week. Music Director HOLLYWOOD W)—Andre Pr«»in MGM composer and conductor, wa» named today as music director for tije 28the annual Academy Awards show March 21. He'll be aided by Murray Gerson, also of MGM. Bead Courier News Classified Ad*. STRAWBERRY PLANTS State Inspected BUkemon $6.00 per thousand Express Collect V. C. HUETER Leachville, Ark. 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