The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1948 · Page 5
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IB, Federal Lobbying Charges Denied U.S. Grand Jury Indictment* Colled Rewlt of Politics WASHINGTON, June , 8 . <up) _ The Texas and Georgia state . rlcu tu» Commissioners yes erdav «1 Inhh°r'' nment ch " 11 "" ! ° ° illc- ?h«v«r°"iE Slld 1 "«'»»ted that t««y »ere the result of politics ^Tex^T" J ' E M «Do»»W »f Texas and Tom Under of Croi- «U maintained tliey were only hS" C "; JOb "' "*" g to •« ™"« .- '**.£'. P ric « possible for farmers i in their respective stales. The V *"•* indicted here Wednes- i /h ?"" wUh * New Y °'-* col- it. tr"?"' * Wasl "»««>» commod- Ifon. V" 1 two farm o'-sanlza- tont, on charges ot violating the 1 loth* 3W by >»'""* io ««*'"* ». lobbyist,. The federal grand jury £h /" e ", t , safd lhe >' Iol **d in ^t «™X^ own gain. .i«e« *TrT Irian* ,, _, had ••not nrnr, ,? de '' " lsiiiled h ' «nt in a,,y P wl •• He Pe c^, la11 ;? u"' • lie ••til-eat iTuerJI ct ^' ecd . 1 . h » t »re *™rsn^,,eCe'n,: H this time as this Is elroUon year »nd they know thai if I should B o among such International monopolies. known to be^coiwidTrtlu^'I'/Tnin'K RUMeM*'D B8a ' I1St Scn ' ^ lcnard B th 1 ." i.-^ 1 !**' McDon "W dismissed the iLiiictnieni us "ju.,t politics" He said the charge I s "evidence that I have been on the lob for ULYTHEVILH (ARI.y OOUSIBR NBWi elands for "Vandenberg and Vici lory Vote." Mrs. Gerry Youel <* Washington, D. C., wear, the symbo1 ' which ****** of Sen ' Arthur H. Vandenberg of Michl•» %",—, * the R , cpubii « a Na"°n<» Conver,t,on. State's *W OMic. Clerks To Me*t in Pine Bluff Rotariant Htar Beys' State Repriientativt M«mber« at the Blythevllle Rotary Club and >lx guests heard Prentlss Jernigan, delegate to the American-Legion Arkansas Boy's Stale who was sponsored by the Kotariaiu, tell of (lie activities at the camp at the Rotary meeting »t Hotel Noble yesterday. Mary Frances Gaiues was s|x>n- sored by the Rolarlans to attenil the Girls' State, which was ron- ducted « week-later than Hay's Stale. Both camps were at Camp Koblnson near Little Hock. OnesU Included Bruce Ivy, Ralph Woodman, Bruce Colbert, Melvin Wanner, all of Osc*o]a, the Rev, Billy Cooley of Harrison, and Judge Charles Light of 1'ara- goutd. O. Hamilton Moses, president of the Arkansas Economic Couucil- Slale Chamber of Commerce will speak, to the Club al Its next meeting, which also will be attended by the Blythevllle. Chamber ot Commerce members. . Coofcs Airplanes to Find New Recipes for Flying Safety 77 Seek Liquor Permits; Only Two Front Missco LTTTUK ROCK. Ark., June is.— (UP)— Revenue Commissioner Olho A, Cook revealed j'esteday operated by the Administration. civ Aeronautics ! lingiilshlng , BC11 i« , vcre rt evelo|wd". Mysterluus'nres In ulrcrnn. are Odk TanTy-lTwar^?" . P1 «r !"^L".^.^ *«".«" «• I «««. in the Municipal court of tti* Cltjr <* Blythevllle, Arktnu*, with- A LJttl., Ooldle F. LltU« and[ B. Q, otids; inch a tank would not e<- plodt, but. the iu«t would bum th'rough the hole. One of the most pressing need* * of the aviation Industry today In ', l)i« field ol (light safety, according to CAA engineers, la a lubricating oil that will not burn. Tend whyii they are now making here at th« Center indicate this Is a possibility. Accident report? show that about half Die fires In flight, are caused by oil that Is only supiwsed to lubricate, not burn. , T««l« showed that on tanks did not burn through imltl they had been exposed for ao inlinilej Io hot i flames, convincing the engineers that RII oil tank anywhere in the engine installation Is safe. linking oil causes the trouble. As soon as these hnporuinl discoveries are made CAA turn., over Ihe findings to the aircraft Indus- ' ry. As « result of work done at. ' ho Center it Is believed that, flying hns been made a great deal safer for u. S. citizeni. i I*- «,„ mh WorVur* 1M .. .ffiHS. 1& £'£* 'ft ' W. I^MAUN, Ol«rk Uxtur« and flavor. PLUBH, Ark., June 18. — (UP)— The 19th annual two-day convention of the Arkansas Federation of Posto/fice Clerks will open here today. : , The principal sneak.,,-* will be I ' r °™ Gilllalul Mrs. J. E. Einbry of Birmingham, j "™f Ala "'-e-president of the Na- he will consider between now and July 1. The commissioner said the 554 dealers now operating in Arkansas had filed for reuewn). Next to Pulaskl county, six applications were filed here from Sebastian County; four from Si. Francis and Carroll Comity: three two Federation's AuVtllnry- and' Washington: nnd' one each fro,,, — *.'"•" J- a " Q Arkansas, Ouachlta. . P h i 11 i p s, r, - IJiUltlol l >h Mlsslssl Pl». Jackson, Jefferson. Greene Admit T«dfvi,,, ' * ' i" le National Federation. y-treasurer of «'d so In line ol duty «nd not in I quest of personal profits Denials also were forthcoming from the other two Incilrfduais j named in the Indictment—Ralnli' ^: "°°™ of Washington and Rob- «rt M. Harnss of New York Declaring that "both sides of the! case have never been presented." Moore said he has never done any lobbying. His name was linked with that of Sen. Elmer Thomas D Okla., a few months aso in Union. Bradley, Conway, Crltten- clen. Cross, Franklin, Marlon and Poinsett. British Marines Start Survivor's Ration Test ST. rvES. CORNWALL. England June 18. — tUP>— Three Royal Marine Commandos, volunteers in a ration experiment, were put in a 17- foot boat and anchored off the. stormy Cornwall Coast yesterday. Hol| se. They will sit out the rough! More than 500 delegates and ad- weather for 72 hours and subsist onj viscrs from 57 nations were present French Uelegate Heads International LaborGroup SAN FRANCISCO. June 18. UP>— Justin Ciodart. of yesterday was elected president of the International Labor Organization at its first general session afire imrfer cxnct fllfiht con<lir,ons. To develop a ruol lank t| m t will not rupture nnd Inir.st into flninc In a crush landing, |j| fy 1H1 ( t links on a catapult nnd hurl liiein nRnlnsl a concrete wall while high-speed cameras Brim) Io record the things the human eye can't see. As a result, all new transport planes are being- equipped wllh n windshield nnule of layers of t;liis.s nnd plastic u-hlclt will withstand collision with a four-pound bird al noi-mal cruising sjwi'ds. It is believed Ihnl bird collisions have caused several major unexplained air accidents. Several developments have resulted from the fire te.sls. CAA experts found llmi n fluid, developed by the Navy for use in hydraulic lines Prance [will not burn when sprayed throiiKh to operate several dL,,^., „„ , llc planes, a clogoed valve would bullil up enough prcwme and temperature Io cause lire Inside the lines. '1'hey also learned tlmt an H lr ire burned through the ski,, of .») Inlecral u-lrtf; tank In 30 scc- NOW! at FOUNTAINS , Kvery where! •*•••"•••••»••-•—»——. and anchored oil the!' 11 ^ an ^^ancisco's Memorial Opera meager food rations, rain water aiid i for I'" 1 forma! opening of the sYst :atch. | annual conference which Is ex- Ihe congressional uproar over market | ..speculation by government ••Insid- '^"s." Moore already is under inves- '• tigation by the Agriculture De- • partmcnl. which accuses him ofi any fish they happen to c.,^,,. The experiment is expected to be of value to British fliers forced lown at sea. A physician will check the condition of the servicemen even- 24 hours. pectcd to remain three weeks. in session for ° Congress Appropriates $3,750,170,250 tor Nary Harriss also said the governments action was politically Inspired. He said he was; "glad to have been in this fight to try and save American agriculture from the destruction and the American farm- WASHINOTON, June 18. —(UP1 —Congress completed action yester- , , day on a 53,750,110,250 Navy nppro- The indictment also named two. D1 ' iatlon uil1 to operate the world's organizations: The National Farm I most powerful fleet during the 12 Committee, of which Under is' months starting July 1. 10: Moore, secretary; and i The House and Senate both a*op- •ornmissioners Council of i ted a compromise bill. It nr-.v goes ler and McDonall are I to President Truman's desk for sig- I nature. a hot electric arc. They kept a section or s flexible hose nt \vhitc heal for 10 hours, nnd dclcnnined thnt 11 coulrt then safely be put back- in a plane for service. Tlie fire tests discovered a cont- iiiR for fabric-covered planes which will produce the tnut Mirfnco required, but whlcli ivlll resist direct See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! I can programs." 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