The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1956 · Page 11
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MONDAT, APRIL », 1»M BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COtlRTBR NEWS PAGE ELKVEH Southern Democrats Hold Unproportioned Power in Congress By JAMES MARLOW AP News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP). — Southern Democrats have a power in Congress out of all proportion to their numbers. against him, it would take a sturdy fight in the full Senate to get him confirmed. Here are the nine Senate committees headed by' Southern Democrats, with their states and years ol service In parentheses: George iGa-34), Foreign Rela. lions; Russell (Ga-24). Armed Services; Byrd (Va-24), Finance; Ellender (La-19), Agriculture; Hill (A1&-1B1, Labor and Public Welfare; Eastland (Miss-13), Judici ary; McClellan (Ark-131 , Government, operations; Fulbright (Ark- 11), Banking and Currency; and Johnston (SC-11). Post Office and Civil Service. Here are the 12 Southern Democrats heading House committees: Vinson (Ga-411. Armed Services;- IrT CoiwreWwhere advancement j Cooper (Tenn-27>. Ways and by seniority, chairmen get their Means; Smith (Va-25). Rules; One of them — Rep. Roberts of Alabama — recently reminded the country that Southern Democrats are chairmen of a majority of Congress' standing committees. He said "we are in a position to do something about" the "manifesto" signed by over 100 Southern Democrats against the Supreme Court's ban on racial segregation in public _ what Roberts meant: "Congress has 531 members and only 121 of them — or 22 per cent- are Democrats from the 11 Southern states. But they hold 60 per cent of the committee chairmanships. They also hold the top party posts — Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn and Senate leader Lyndon B Johnson, both Texans. schools. This is is by seniority jobs by survival. A new member st?rls at t'-e foot of the committee ladder and moves up to chairman when he outlasts all those who were before him. Big Advantage This does not mean that many committee chairmen aren't able men. Some of the most respected members of Congress are from the South. In the one-party South, where Republicans are . a minor voice, Democrats who once get elected to Congress have a big advantage in political longevity over those from the two-party states. The Senate has 96 members, with 22 of them Southern Democrats. Nine of the Senate's 15 standing committees are. headed by Southern Democrats. The House with 435 members, has 69 Southern Democrats. They head 12 of the 19 regular committees. There are seven Southern Republicans in the House. The committees headed by Southerners are almost all imporatnt ones. For example: Sen. Eastland of Mississippi Is chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Eastland is a leading foe of the Supreme Court's ruling against Segregation. Five of the eight Democrats on the committee, which also has seven- Republicans, are Southern Democrats. Must Face Committee It's this group which considers proposed constitutional amendments and the appointment of federal judges. Anyone named by the President to fill a Supreme Court vacancy must face this committee. If the committee recommended Richards (SC-23). Foreign Affairs; Cooley. (NC-21), Agriculture; Barden (NC-2U. Education and Labor; McMillan (SC-17). District of Columbia: Bonner (NC-16), Merchant Marine and Fisheries: Priest (Tenn-15), Interstate and Foreign Commerce; Murray (Tenn-13), Post Office and Civil Service; Teague. (Tex-lOt. Veterans Affairs: Burleson (Tex-9), House Administration. Adloi and Stuart Win 'Nomination' LOS ANGELES tf) — A studentsmock: Democratic national convention has' nominated Adlal Stevenson for President and Sen. Symington (D-Mo) for Vice President. Both were selected on the first ballot by some 650 students from 40 California colleges. The day before a students' mock Republican convention nominated President Eisenhower and Vice President Nixon. Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers The following real estate transfers were recorded in March in the Circuit Cleric's office: William Lee and Roberta M. Walker to Herschel D. and Betty Joe Wilson, L4, B5 of Walker second subdivision. Max and Annie Laurie Logan to Clifford C. and Helen C. Patrick, Jr., L5, Bl of E. C. Adams subdivision. J. E. and Mary K. Stevenson Jr. and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to Charles E, and Carolyn R. Mosely Jr.. L 12, B'3, Country Club Heights addition. Ethel Wheeler to Ellis Wheeler, part of S33, T16N, R11E. Lola Milligan to Luly (LuliO Powers, part of L5, B7 of Davis third addition. C. M. and Pauline Abbott to Beatrice Hargett, Lorene H. Calvin and Belva Hargett, part of Sll, T15N, RUE, consisting of 28 acres. Nevada S. Bryeans to William N. and Grace O. Shannon, L10, B "A", of Barron Lilly addition. J. J. and Hermie Mae House and Richard R. and Ruth Brown to James B. Johnson, part of N'A, N!' 2 , SB'/,, S10, T15N, RUE. Walter O. and Mary M. Penny to Lillian Dorcus, LI, B5, Park addition. R. C. and Mabel H. Farr and W. S. and Doris Allen to Leon J. and Betty J. Hanlon, L9, B4, Dixie Garden subdivision. Clem H. and Alice Kiech Whistle to T. A. and Lottie Mae Bourland, S'.i, Sii, S33, T14N. R9E. Roy and Anne Ruth Worthington to Eldora Malone, L7, B3, Elliott addition. Bertha Corlew to T. W. and Lillie Neil, L5, J. W. Bader addition. Ruth Pinkerton Ashley to Edward and Betty Barnes, part of W!i. NEVi, SI, T15N, R10E. Edco, Inc. to Jack and Gaynell Tapp, LJ. B2. ol East End Development. Ralph and Marl« Benton to James L, and Joan Carter, L2, Bl, Willie Beasley subdivision. Frank H. and Viola Pop* to J. W. and Lily May, L7, B3, David Acres subdivision. M. E. Crawford and oUiers to Janws C. and Helen J. Gray, part of S36, T16N, R10E. Roy J. Bishop to Lyman H. and Opal Inez Green, S\' 3 , L2, SWU, S19, T1«N, ME, consisting of « acres. LeRoy and Mary Odessa Carter to U. S. and Mildred Blankenshlp, N',4, SI, TMN, RBE. B. Frank Highfill, adminitsralor of the estate of H. Highfill, dcd, to Magnolia Courts, Inc., parts of L15 it It, Bl, Highland Place addition. Harvey Stewart to Hays Store. Inc., property adjoining Hays Store. Edco, Inc. to Cotton E. and Judy Blankenship, L8. BS, East End Development. George N. and Elzoria Johns to Steven N. and Wanda P. Johns, LI, B2, Farris Simon addition. H. V. Hlgley to Walter Barnes, L10 of LIE, Barron and Lilly subdivision. E. B. and Kovena C. David to Burl Davidson, Li It 7, Bl, David Acres subdivision. Steven N. and Wanda F. Johns to George N. and Elzoria Johns, part of L10, BIO, Oosnell Estate addition. Frank and Mary Lou Merrill lo Bessie C. Powell, .L6, B2. Miller and Greenlee addition. Virgil L. and Janle Geneva David to William Eugene and Fred M. Thompson, L5, B5, David Acres addition. ' Anna Shields Maloney lo L. A. and Bessie Santz, part of NEVi, SEVi, S15. T15N, RUE. 0. T. and Norma Welch to Thomas Davis and Violet Marshal, L6, B "A", of O. J. Heieter's first ad dition of Leachville. Clyde M. and Fannie Lee Young to R. Lawrence and Vera L. Henson, L4, B3, Country Club Drive addition. Burl and Vettrus Davidson to E. L. and Geneva Farmer, LI, B3, of Chicago Mill and Lumber Co. third addition. J. R. and Kathryn Marr Jr., to British Actress Weds Writer PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (Pi — A ; London romance led to marriage 1 for British actress Patricia Owens, ( 24, and Hollywood writer-producer i Sy Bartlett, 47. j They were married in a civil ceremony Saturday at the home of oilman-producer Jack Wrnther and his wife, actress Bonita Granvillc. It was the second marriage for Miss Owens and the third for Bartlett. Attention Farmers! Proper seed treatment helps to control cotton disease — so for better yields and more perfect stands . . . Get Your Cotton Seed Delinted, Cleaned and Treated Now by— Blytheville Delinting Corp. S. Highway 61 Biyiheville, Ark. Phone 3-6258 Day — 2-2518 Night Brighten Your Kitchen With This Terrific Gas Range Buy! Check these features: • AGA Approved for Natural, Manufactured, and LP Gases • Plush to Wall Installation • Universal Values for Natural or LP Gases • One Piece Welded Frame Construction • Acid Resisting Titanium Porcelain Enamel Finish • Fully Insulated Oven • Roll Out Front Drop Broiler • Life-Time Rapid Heat Burners • Top Burners Automatically Lighted Sec it today at- MOORE FURNITURE CO "Save More at Moore's!" 306-310 E. Main Phone PO 2-2660 Loreue Horsley, L4, BT, Country Club Drive addition. Johnny P. and Shirley E, Atkinson to James R. and Euls Mae Nebhut, L14 4; 16, B "A", D. M. Moore addition. Luther L, and Nettle Lancaster to Johnny F. and Shirley E. Atkinson, L 14 J: 15, B "A", D. M. Moore addition, Eric and Clastine A. Johns to T. W. Webster, ^ij. LI, B2. David Acres subdivision, Prances M. Ward to trustees of First Christian Church, L2 and N'i of L3, B3, Biyiheville Lumber Co. addition. Richard R. and Ruth Brown to City of Blythevllle, land for street right-of-way of Ruddle Road. Transfers between Ava \V. and Ethel Sanders Schoeppel and Betty McAllister, making Sohoeppels joint tenants of L18, B "B". Barron Lilly addition and L6. BIO, Highland Place second addition. William and Elizabeth R. Morris to Vernon Q. and Leola F. Smithson, L2, B3, Country Club Heights addition. David E. and Mildred Boren to James B. and Shirley Bratton, L6, B3, Walker second subdivision. Leonard W. and Jessie B, Carson to Howard and Hazel Spencer, L3 & 4, J. M. Jontz subdivision.. Carrie Hires and Robert Eberdt to Clarkland, Inc.. W!i, NU..S22, T15N, R11E, consisting of 80 acres. Cecil and Mary Lucille Berry to J. B. Cunningham, L9, B "D", Barron and Lilly addition. Edco. Inc. to D. Fred and Alberta S. Taylor, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, & 8, B7, East End Development. Ben and Mary Craig: to Tnnna B. Freeman, L9, B2, Chickasawba Gardens addition. Kenneth P. and Leona Short to Nurse Gets 73 Years for Shooting Rival MORJRIS. 111. HV-A 54-yonr-olft Orundy County hcnltli nurse, tins been sentenced to 13 to 14 years nl prison for shooting n woman she regarded as her rival (or the love of a stute official. Circuit Judge Robert E, Liirkm sentenced Mrs. Rulh U-yc'S Olson !\f(er a hrariiiR on determination ol her penalty. Mrs. Olso previously had pleaded guilts' to a charge ol assault with inten to murder Miss Elsa Kussler. 43. Both women testified at thfl hearing. The shooting took place Jan. 14 In the la wofflce of S. J. Holderman, chairman of the Illinois State. Industrial Commission. Miss Kussler was his secretary. The victim said Mrs, Olson shot her twice in the should and once in the chin. She said she was beaten with the pistol about 15 times until she pleaded she, was dying and asked to be "let alone," Mrs. Olson said she felt Miss Kussler had won Holtierman's affection. Holderman, a widower and former Grundy County state's attorney, denied any romatic Interest in either woman. Th« camellia was named for a Jesuit, George Josei' Katnol, who brought the oliuil to Europe from the East. Longest straight stretch of rtll- ronrt track In the United States U 78.86 miles between Wilmington and Hamlet, N.C. The snapping turtle never feeds out of waler because It cannot swallow unless Its head is submerged. Carl B. and Jenna Lee Selby. L7. a. 9 and 10, B "B", Smith's addition. CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picktd up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested. ^^ -— ^ Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service «""" LAUNDRY-CLEANERS S-Mll It* I. Zn« -PLANTING SEED- DELFOS 9169 (Pedigreed) . . .,.„...,.,. .Ton $180 DELFOS (1 Yr. from breeder) . .Ton $100 DP&L-15 (1 yr. from breeder). . „.„. .Ton $100 RED TOP GIN CO., Inc. N. 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