The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 24, 1948 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 24, 1948
Page 12
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PAGB. TWBL>B BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWg TUESDAY. FKBRUARY 24, 1948. Wallace Brands Marshall Plan A Colossal Hoax on Americans And Also a Blueprint for War By SAM>OR S. KLKIN United Prew SUff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Fob. >4. <U.P,)—Henry A. Wallace today denounced UM administration'* European recovery program M ft "blueprint for war." He Mfd It would open Western Europe to Wall Street control. Th» third party presidential candidate offered a« a substitute A 150,000,000,000, 10-year "New Deal" rehabilitation program to be run by the United Nations. His plan, Wallace said, was » "plan for |>eace." The former vice president told*" • the House Foreign Affairs Com- mlttxse that ERP was a "colossal hoax...on the American people," "While it Is being sold to the American people as i peaceful plan for cooperation and recovery." he »atd In a 10.000-word prepared statement. "It will use- the lux dollars of the American people for the benefit of private capitalists at home and abroad. It Is a plan cloaked In docent language which In de«Igned to suppress the democratic movements In Europe " The third party lender was Just another witness as far as the committee was concerned. Despite cries of "censorship" from Wallace's campaign manager, the commlltrf stuck by a decision which bnrrort ' Regional College Policy Discussed Southern Democrat* Accept Suggestion From GOP Leader WASHINGTON. Feb. 24. (UPI — Southern Democrats took a Republican tip today and tacitly agreed to divorce their plan for regional colleges from any proposals to get broadcasters and newsror-l' photo- fe.lcral money lo help nu. them, graphers from the hearing room. I «<*• R°-« lUzley n., okln warn- In h" statement. Wallace P.I Id «' 11)(! Democrats they "had bettor Far East Bound. Special Brace Provided for Pupil in Hospital With a Fractured Heck Tommie Lyn Brycans, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Bryeans of Gosnell, remained !n Walls Hos- >ilul today where he was reported n fair condition after being struck jy a, car Friday as he alighted from a school bus near his home. He suffered a broken neck and fractured leg. Hospital attendants said a special-built brace for the youth's nock wa.s being sent here. The accident Friday was termed unavoidable- French Assembly Votes Confidence in Schuman PARIS. Feb. '24. IUP>—The National Assembly tonight gave Premier Robert Schuman a vote of confidence, the sevnth In the three montlis since lie look over during the Communist-Inspired crisis late Inst year. PALESTINE (Continued from F«f« 1) to look (lie adverse realities squarely In the face—and not having the courage lo slate our findings lonely ever ' "tout the contents of Aus- and In time." ' tin's statement. Llslcky opposed suggestions that I Time for Action la Short IS.jM^finS-S,^; ^s «3KL S^.^S \voulcl turn the Holy city Into "an Inland enclave" cut off from the of arnu to Palestine. The UN grapevine sprouted rumors that the United State.; would maneuver for a delay In the partition timetable »o fresh attempts could be made at an Arab-Jewish compromise. The American delegation maintained super secrecy, liow- Arab opposition unless the council provided an adequate international force to keep peace while Palestine is cut Into lnde|>cndenl Arab and Jewish slates. Otherwise, the commission said, war will break out as soon as Great Britain ends it« Palestine mandate. The council hat until mid-May to agree on the means of enforcing partition, and, If it decide on a i to the Arab world. ' Each of the big live powert «', veto any proposal H does not ll' Any combination of five big ai small powers can prevent the :j curlty council from taking a' action In the case. ' Recalling past disputes til i| Security Council, diplomats expcJ e( j n._. . i . i that weeks would be rcquli] debate the Palestine proble "•-'•- at any Important de rest of the world by fig iff fro shtln: Arabs Jews, he said. H was understood that Austin would disclose only part of the United Slates stand, perhaps proposing UN action which would make possible a lifting of the American embargo against shipment Hear Adm. Russell S. llerkey, commander of the New York Naval Base, lias In-en ordered to the Far Eiut, white he will take command ot the Navy's Supixirl Group. During tlie -yar the admiral partii'inat- ed in all campaigns In the Phuip- pinep. ERP would not "»sr Inmae.- In Europe but perpetuate it. FMn Wall Sired Inthrrmc "ERP will not promote recovery " It. keep thrlr lips shut" alxmt federal Intervention in the South If thc-y plan today to set up regional schools and a-sk the government Two Fined for Violating City's Traffic Regulations Mack Williams was fined $2S ami ro.sts in Municipal Court this niorn- IIIK when he pleaded guilty to a enlarge of driving while under the inllncnce of liquor. Raymond Taylor forfeited a $15 bund In court today when ho failed to appear to answer a charge of .speeding. Public Library Lending Phonograph Records he but Indefinitely postpnne f ^ "^ERP^would open ,Vrv--rn Eu-1 n">y was amound about 50 roe to the control of Wall Street. I Home *"« Senate members, moilly Tt sldwtepi and will destroy the 1 Demociats, who met with Southern tomorrow for help lo keep them j FORT WAVNE, Ind. i UP)—The Fort Wayne public library has op- pened a phonograph record department enabling literary patrons to borrow albums and single rccord- vastaTed*'nations. " 'he Southern congressmen agreed 2 Financing the fund by coniri- to introduce at once n joint re.solu- bulibns appropriated by the U. S. tion legalizing the state compact al Congress and hy other nations ready signer! by governors of six 'that have the appropriate means stales and expected to be approved for this purpose." He snld $50,000.- shortly by 000.000 "should be sufficient to fi-1 others, nance a 10-year world plan." (The " cost of ERP over n 4JJ year period Li estimated at about $17,000.000.000. 3. Priority by the UN agency In allocating funds to those nations which suffered most severely "from the executives of sis The governors swung nuickly behind Rizlcy's suggestion. They sQnclchcd a proposal hy Rep. Brooks approval of Woodrow Wilson used 6221 words in 15 public addresses and more than 60.000 worrls in his books. Livestock bride of a week. The principal prosecuting witness to appear yesterday was Henry petty, hired hand at the Bobbins place near Clinton who was present the night Bobbins' 54 year old wife died of [HMsoninc. He is accused of beinj; an accessory after the fact. Petty testified that he heard agotil/.ed groans coming from the room in which Rohbins and his wife were staying, and when he finally rushed in to sec what was the matter he found the woman dealt. Robbins and the former Mrs Sadie Sue Dudley of Abilene, Tex.. had bcon on a honeymoon, after their postal romance culminated In a Christmas Day marriage. In his opening arguments, Prose- i nun' R. K. Rush of Harrison In- riH'rUfd that he would prove that only Robbim could have been responsible for his wife's death. How- rvrr. DefOLUO Attorney J. K. Koone faid he would show that Mrs. Robbins poif-oned herself. Hays, D. Ark., the compact be coupled with "long range planning" for federal aid .for higher education. the aggression of the fascis', axis, j Sen. Spessard Holland, D., Fla., None of the funds should be used | predicted no difficulty In wlnnViB lor anything of a military nature. 4. A UN world food granary plan under which American farmers and all other surplus food-producing nations would he encouraged to produce to the limit with n guaranteed price floor. Speed-Writer Dies NEW YORK, Feb. 24. (UP)— Dr. congressional approval for the resolution to authorize the Southern compact "unless somebody from some other region raises an objection on the grounds that this Is a racial question." The regional school program Is being pressed partly as an answer to Supreme Court rulings that Negroes in the South must be offered educational opportunity equal to that available to whites. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Feb. 24. (UP) —(USDA> — Livestock: HOBS 12.800; salable 12,500; market uneven: mostly 75c to SI lower than average Monday. Fairly active on de.cliue. Bulk good and choice 180 to 230 Ibs. $21.75-522.50; top. spar- Library officials say some 900 I illgly $22 /i5; few down to $21.50.. albums from a collection ot^ 3,250 2 30 to 250 Ibs. $20.50-22; 250 to 300 Ibs. $19.25-820.75; few $21; 300 to 350 Ibs. $17.25-19.25; 160 to 170 Ibs. $21.25-21.75; 130 to 150 Ibs. mostly S18-21: 100 to 120 Ib. pigs S12-1G.50; good 250 to 450 Ibs, sows S16.50-17; few'Sn.25-17.50; weights over 450 When Black Is lied NASHVILLE, Tcim.lUP)— Sometimes Red Sanders, Vandcrbitt University football coach, and Red O'Donncll, Nashville Tenncssean columnist, having trouble convincn; people they really are the persons they say they arc. Both are black- haired. are available to the public for a deposit fee of 55 remitted at the end of horrO',ving. The remainder of the albums mid some 4,200 single records, nil vauble and Irreplaceable, may be heard at the! library only or at private concerts | n >s $15.75-10.50; few to S16.7S; stags arranged by the library. $13.50-15.50. Cattle 4,300; salable 4,000; calves 1,600. all salable; supply of cattle moderate and market generally steady on steers, heifers, cows and bulls, although an undertone of easiness in evidence. A few loads and lots of medium to low good steers S23.50-26.75; medium, S9.50- 23.50; good cows 520-21.50; common $17.50-19; canners and cutters 514- S 17.50. Witnesses Are Heard John Robert Gregg, 80, ivish-bovn Fivra move of the Southern Inventor of the Gregg system of! slates, in the event the pact is rat- shorlhnnd, died yesterday ot a heart ailment nt his home. Class A medical school for Negroes In the nation. Caldwell said he firmly opposes • n--,i, ii A~. r federal aid, either in this proposed "> UzarK /Warder Lose program or any in other phases of I higher education In the South. The Florida governor said the Read courier News want Acls. ificd, will be to take over Meharry Medical College, a Negro school In j Nashville. Tcnn.. which the governors snld "Is one of only two CLINTON. Ark., Feb. 24. (U —The stale was expected to con_ plan envisages not only regional ! chide its first, degree murder case schools for NCRI-OC.Ssuch as Me- [ against Lonnie A. Robuins toila; harry—but top crude professional \ in Van Buren Circuit Court. Robin: and technical schools students as well. for white ! and his 70 year old mother nn charged with the death of Robbir.:; RESTOCKING! Brand New Merchandise For Spring: Capps Suits Manhattan Shirts Manhattan Ties Partis Hats The Doctor Shoes Manhattan Sportswear and Many Other Famou* Brands, Made-to-Measure Suits by Kahn Rugs Cleaned We clean any type rug'with g\iar- inteed correctness. Your best Is safe here. We have a -specialist At work always. Blylheville's only complete rug cleaners. PEERLESS CLEANERS Plione 2433 would b« impassible in the face of equip forces for possible war against | slon LUXURY OF SCHENLEYS .< ScKtnl.j- Jfa,l c/.UtnV Ski.l.y Ran Pie-Wjr Quality Blended Whiskey 86 proof. 65% grain neulral spiiHs. O1948, Sctienley Dislilleis Op., N.Y. C. ~-O7-^ •' -^J^v' HUDSON CLEANER TAILOR Blytheville, Ark. CLOTHIER Stcele, Mo. * It aWfe "Ilicre ou'glita be a law! Everything in our house runs by electricity—but this!" Poor Bulcli has to do things (lie hard way. Mother lias cheap, dependable electric service lo help her conk and clean, wash and iron and sew. l),id runs his razor, and his workshop, too, by electricity. 'Vhe \\liolc family enjoys light, comfort, and entertainment at the flip of a switch. Never before has electricity done so much to make life comfortable—for so little! Yes, in spite of sfiarpjy rising production costs, the average family sfil! gcfs twice as irtucli electric sen ice for its money as it go.t 20 years ago.' The skill and cxpciicnce of your friends and neighbors in this company have combined to keep the price of eleo- tricity low —and its usefulness greater ever bcfora. • Listen to the F.lertrir Hour—the HOtTR (IT CHARM. Kv«rj Sunday. 4:30 P. M., CST, CBS. Mo.-Ark. 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