The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1955 · Page 8
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FAG« SIGHT BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS McCarthy Hurls Charges at Two SenateCommittees By G. MILTON KKLLT WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) today accused two Senate subcommittees of deliberately trying to discredit anti-Communist security hearings by means of ndi- eule unfair emphases and downright misrepresentation ' ' — 1 McCarthy referred tn snbi U.N. (Continued from Page 1) names of Yugoslavia and the Philippines were put in a box. Maza drew Yugoslavia's name. day voting its '$48.800,000 budget i'or the next year and approval of President Eisenhower's "open sky" plan for aerial inspection as a disarmament prelude, came back after a recess. Assailed H Maza announced the lottery compromise. A dozen speakers immediately assailed it. On the next ballot Yugoslavia received 34 votes, the Philippines 19. The required two-thirds majority on that ballot was M. Pleading tiredness, delegates then demanded adjournment. After wrangling on procedure the Assembly finally decided to change its closing date to midnight Tuesday and start voting all over Monday morning. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.. chief U. S. delegate; Vasily V. Kuznetsov, Sovie' deputy foreign minister; Sir Pierson Dixqn, head of the British delegation; Mates and Romulo all joined in a huddle after the session broke up. Mates said that he was sure that the contest could be solved by the Maza lottery and that the Yugoslavs would remain in the race on that understanding Delegates of Australia, New Zealand, the Soviet Union and many Latin American countries called the scheme illegal, unconstitutional and beneath the dignity of the "O. H. East-West differences cropped up again in the Assembly's final action on the disarmament program, adopted 56-7. The whole Soviet bloc—it now numbers nine but only seven countries were present—voted against the Western-sponsored resolution which called for the disarmament commission and Its big-power subcommittee to renew a study of disarmament plans. It would; ask them to give priority to the filscn- hower proposal for an exchange of aerial reconnaissance between the Soviet Union and the United States as a starter toward disarmament. The Soviet bloc argued that the plan was faulty because it omittec specific arms reductions and a ban on nuclear weapons. Luxora Church Plans Program "No Room in the Inn," a Christmas presentation, will be given next Friday night at First Assembly of 0od Church, Luxora. The public has been invited. The program will bey in at 7:45 p.m Christmas carols will be sung. Rev, Cecil S. Howcll is pastor o! the church. Safety Measure ALBANY, N. Y. (If] —The New York State Thruway Authority is buying safety belts for use in cars driven by .state troopers patrolling the toll superhighway. subcom- headed by Sens, Hennings D-Mo) and Olin D. Johnston (D- SCl which have been conducting companion inquiries into the government's employe loyalty-security Obituary Mrs. Roberts Dies in Chicago Services for Mrs. Wilma Rowene Roberts of Chicago, formerly of Blytheville and Reiser, will be held at 2 p.m, Sunday in Howard Funeral Service Chapel here with the Rev. Bill Cook officiating. She died Tuesday in Chicago where she had been making homo. She was born in KPU-.CT lived in Blytheville for of years. Surviving are her husband, Isaac Roberts; two sons, Kenneth and Timothy of Chicago; two brothers. program '' Travis Clark of Los Angeles and S'charges hi a letter to Joe Clark of Gresno, Calif.; .six Chairman McClellan (D-Ark) of sisters Alberta Clark of Chicago the Senate Investigations subcom- Lula Bell. Moiia Faye Allene and mittee McCarthy urged that group) Rejina Joy Clark all of Fresno; ana own study of the security] her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James A. procram. I ' _" The Wisconsin senator said he has been informed that "ridicule I^L,. LJ and intimidation by Senate com-: JOfln II. mittees and the press has caused;— . a general relaxation of efforts bVj jOrVICCS the executive departments to es 1 - j pose and get rid of Communist j SerV | ees suspects." McCarthy te senior Republican and former chairman of the investigations subcommittee. There was no immediate comment from Hennings, Johnston or McClellan. Hennings heads the Senate subcommittee on Constitutional Rights. Johnston has been directing a Civil Service subcommittee investigation , for John Henry Neely, 77, of Manila were conducted at 2 of what termed some Democrats hav Republican "numbers game" in listing totals of government workers fired as security risks. A special bipartisan commission of 12 members in and out of Congress is organizing now to start an independent study of the \tfiolc j security program and to recom- 1 mend ways to improve it. McCarthy said McClellan's group, , has a clear duty to attempt to| repair the damage done by the Hennings and Johnston subcommittees." He said this should be done through hearings of a type "other than that of a ''kangaroo court'." He recalled that the Senate last Jan. 10 passed n resolution declaring that "Its appropriate committees shall continue" to investigate and expose communism. He said the resolution looked then like an effort to "offset" the fact that Senate Democrats hud joined solidly in the Senate's vote a month earlier to condemn some of McCarthy's conduct. Since the resolution was adopted, McCarthy said, ."not a single Communfst-in-government has been exposed by a Senate committee No attempts sives made p.m. today in Manila Methodist Church with Howard Funeral Serv- imd number ice in charge. He died yesterday sawba Hospital. afc Chicks- Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Tom Bunch of Bald Knob. Mrs. Gordon Lorren of Holland and Mrs. Don Turin ton of Dixfield, Maine; two brothers, Will Neely of St. Louis and Jim Neely of Mt. Vernon, Ala.; and one sister, Mrs. Ethel Harrington of Marked Tree. Mrs. A. R. Casper Dies in Illinois Services for Mrs. Amanda Ramey Casper, 87, will be conducted at First Methodist Church in Cypress, 111., tomorrow. . She Is the sister of the late C. W. Ramey of Blytheville and died in Cypress after e lengthy illness. J. P. and Preston Barney of Blytheville plan to attend the services tomorrow. ARABS (Continued from Page launched the attack to knock out Syrian gun positions that menaced Israeli patrol and fishing vessels on the sea. During the tense session, Israel and Syria tlcmpts to uncover subver- and Syr | a exchanged threats to in government are beinoj lise force in defense of their posi- by a Senate committee." tlons. Shakalry declared Egypt';, DULLES Population of Mia m i, Fla., jumped from 1681 in 1DOO to 240,883 in 1950. (Continued from Page 1) ly and unanimously by the whole council. All the emphasis In the talks was not on military defense. Canada's Foreign Secretary Lester B. ^ear- sou .summed up the new approach when he said "NATO can no longer live by fear alone." He meant the Western Alliance has to fight on new fronts—economic, social, and cultural. U. S. Secretary of Slate Dulles. Iho headed the American delegation, spent the last day of his Paris visit talking with "the Rood Europeans." He apparently hoped to inject new life Into the United Europe idea which some have feared is dyinR. Dulles arranged to meet in turn tnrtay with French Foreign Minister Antoine Plnay; Jean Monnet. architect of the six-nation Euro pean coal-steel community; Bel Rian Foreign Minister Paul-Henri Spaak; and West German Foreign Minister Heinrlch von Brcntano. Can you imagine buying 22 pounds of milk, cheese and butter for one dollar? Well, you can ... if you'll buy it for someone else! Our government has made available through CARE millions of pounds of American food surplus to be used in another FOOD CRUSADE which proved so successful last year. 4'Albs. 4%!bs. 7lbs. 6 lb». 22 pounds of nourishing food will be delivered overseas for just one dollar. Join the FOOD CRUSADE and send as many one dollar packages as you can. You can be just as sure of delivery as you were with the famous CARE $10 package. Do it today before you forget. Send your dollars to CARE — New York, CARE - San Francisco or your local CARE office. SEND A FOOD CRUSADE PACKAGE TODAY MND YOUR CONTftlfiUIlON TO CARf~NIW YORK CAR I-IAN FRANCISCO Of YQUt LOCAL CUt OIMCI icoo ciuii* ncritn HD mi it um u i wcirie IHDIIIDIIII 01 mi t*oi(f Thb U ran M a p*MI< Mrtta br M» Ctwlw recent reprisal threats against Israel made the issue war." Eban replied that if Israel is attacked, "it will defend Itself with every ounce of its strength." He warned Israel's Arab neighbors to 'leave us alone." Russia's Arkady A. Sobolev leveled the strongest attack on Israel. He declared the council must condemn her action. U. S. chief delegate Henry Cabot -edge. Jr., said the United States opposed "such acts of military vio- U.S. 8ATURDAY, DECEMBER IT, 1956 Weight of the Liberty Bell hM been recorded at 2080 pounda. (ConUnued from Page H sents Red China's interest in such matters here ,has not made a single complaint since the arrangement of Sept. 10. 39 Have Left Of the original 128 Chinese students barred from returning to Red China, 39 were reported to have lefl this country. Officials said the evidence is that the test are not interested in going home. On the other hand State Department .officials charge that of the H Americans In Red Chinese prisons only two so far have been allowed by their jailors to appeal to the British diplomatic chief at Pel-" ping. Con O'Neil, who looks ailei American interests in this matter in Bed China. The two who got their appeals through were identified as John Downey of New Britain. Conn., and Dr. Homer V. Bradshaw ol New York City. But so far the Reds have not let them go. YOUTHFUL VOLUNTEERS—These younj men, all from Indiana, are taking their Army basic trainin? under the new R«erve Forces Act at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Here they father around a mock-up of the M-l rifle a* another Hoosier, Master Sergeant Basil B. Moss. Indianapolis, instructs. The reservists are, left to right. Private Dennis Bruce, Indianapolis; Private Maurice Blackmore, Gary; Private Gerald D. Blackwell, Franklin; and Private GeraM L. Brown, Garrett. Whiscnant on Honor Roll Joe Whisenhunt. Blythevllle, has been placed on the honor roll at Arkansas A. and M. College for ligh scholarship at the end of the second report period of this se- r?iester. An average of B or better is required for inclusion on the roll. GOP (Continued from Page 1) question of whether he will enter the May 8 Ohio primary against Gov. Frank J. Lausche, who has .id he wants his state's "favorite son" designation. Last night, Kefauver attended a Baltimore dinner with 85 Maryland Democratic leaders. He heard Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro of Baltimore say in a speech that Maryland Democrats are keeping "on open mind" on their party's presidential nomination. Aother Ohio favorite son aspirant bobbed up yesterday when Republican Sen. Bricker announced he will run in the primary as a stand-in for Eisenhower, if the President decides later to seek a second terra. If Eisenhower doesn't run, Bricker said the Ohio delegation will "meet as often as necessary" to decide whom lo support. Bricker said his action was designed to relieve Eisenhower of any embarrassment from demands that he make what Bricker called an "untimely" decision on whether to run again. The filing deadline . in Ohio is Feb. 8. In California, Gov. Goodwin didales could defeat, a. slate pledged to Nixon if both were en- tred in the June primary. A dispute over labor's role in national politics erupted again yes- tev.day with Republican Rep. Hiestand of California calling Walter Reuther. vice president of the AFL CIO, "public enemy No. 1" and GOP Sen. Ooldwater of Arizona accusing Reuther of "vilification." Hiestand. who predicted Reuther would dominate the Democratic convention next year, said in Los Angeles that Reuther had studied communism l.i Russia. Hiestand called Reuther, president of the United Auto Workers, "a Socialist with a Communist-Russian background." Firing back at Hiestand, the UAW issued a statement in Detroit denying that Reuther is a Socialist or that he had studied communism in Russia. The UAW said Hiestand had "identified himself v.'Hh the reactionary elements of the Republican party." Goldwater's blast came in reply to a previous UAW statement that the senator, chairman of the GOP senatorial campaign committee, had "maliciously, wantonly, and Velocity of light! s about 186,000 miles per second, so it will travel 5,880,000,000,000 miles in a year That distance is one light year. Knowingly c ~.tf about our , d the tvvith l activities." , . Knight said at a news conference yesterday that he would wdcome! 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