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II TEN. Dictatorship Fear Voiced Republican Urges Amendment to Limit Tenure of Presidents WASHINGTON, Feb. 4. (UP) — R*p. Ellsworth B. Buck, R., N. Y., slid today that there Is n very real -calculated risk" of dictatorship in pOTnltting a president lo serve more that two fpur yenr terms. Rep. John w. McCormack, D., Mass., replied that there was a calculated risk in everything. Ho said he was willing to let the people decide if individual presidents should serve more than two terms. The exchange occurred In House Judiciary Subcommittee hearings on proposals to limit the presidential tenure. The Republican leadership, which is backing a two-term limitation, had hoped to tring the issue to a Mouse vote on Thursday. But it seemed likely to be delayed until next week. Buck said that other "democracy loving people even as we are" have had dictatorships foisted off on them. Then he recalled that President Roosevelt In 1937 had urged the House Ways and Means committee not io let the question on constitutionality 1 interfere with their consideration of the Golfey coal act. "Above all calculated risks is the calculated risk of having a dictatorship—which already has been established," Buck said. "I think it's a very real risk." If both the House and Senate approve a proposed constitutional amendment—the only way presidential tenure can. be limited—it stil! would need the approval of three-fourths of the states. They would have seven years to act. The subcommittee opened hearings In the face of a demand by two House Democrats that Congress also unscramble its presidential succession laws. pthe>wise, they said, the federal government someday may find itself in a position "more chaotic" than Georgia's governorship snarl. BLYTHEVILLE (ABK.)' COURIER NEWS Better Get a Large Shovel After suffering through, one of Ihc worst blizzards In the past eleven years, Milwaukee citizens must now dig their way out. This Is a typical scene 111 the downtown section showing stalled cars completely covered by drifting snow. Traffic was completely tied up and many stores closed for the day. (NBA Tcleplioto.j r b-r-r-r~r! Shriners Plan New Hospitals For Children MIAMI, Fin., Feb. 4.—(UP)—The Shriners' board of directors, which meets here Wednesday, will consider expanded aid to crippled children, including construction of .wo new hospitals at Houston, Tex., and Los Angeles. Judge George H. Roweof Buffalo, . Y,, imperial potentate o! the Shrine, today revealed that he had approved plans for a $1,500,000 hospital iu Los Angeles. He said he expectctl the 13 members of the imperial divan, which functions as a board of directors would ratify the request. But the Shriners' chief reported that a request for a crippled children's clinic by the Houston Tyn- plc, which numbers 100 millionaire oilmen among Its membership, would hiivc lo be Investigated further. Rowc said the projected clinic would be part of the city's contemplated $70,000,000 medical center. , The New Year's Day East-West football clnsh in San Francisco netted $105,000 for the crippled children's fund, Howe said. He also disclosed that two trainloads of lodge members would leave St. Louis Feb. 28, to be present in Mexico City when President Truman arrives there. Both Mr. Truman and Mexican President Aleman arc Shriners. Capt BUI Evans, oJ Milwaukee,* ,iWis, is a member o£ the Armj 's' ''Task Force Frigid," on Arctic] maneuvers near Fairbanks, Alas-£ ka, and he knows now what' ^'frigid" means.*- He's pictured ? after two hours', exposure to 47- f degrees-below-zero weather, the £ fur of his parka hoed trans-*: formed Into a halo of ice from*i • frozen moisture in his breath.'ts . Read Courier News Want Ada. W. J. Pollard INSURANCE G/encoe Hotel Bldg. Phong 3545 Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes Open 8 a. m. Close 5:30 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday Nights Open Till 9 o'clock 323 North 2nd St. • EXPERT REPAIRS • GENUINE INTER- NATIONAL PARTS • CHEERFUL SERVICE! That's What You Get at Delta Implements INC, Your Exclusive International Dealer DELTA IMPLEMENTS '/ . INCORPORATED Jesse James Boys Liked Their Corn JBRSEYV1IVLE, 1)1. (UP)— The almost legendary James gang — hard ridln', two-gun trnln routers of the last century—were a hard drinking crew too. So says a retired school teacher who recalls Frank and Jesse when they maintained a hideout In Jersey county. Thomas Tucker remembers the Jnmcs boys a.s a child. He relates Hint the gang wore n path In the woods from their cave hideout to n still a mile or so away. Tucker became acquainted wilh Frank nnd Jesse through his grandfather, w ho was a cousin of the famous brothers. The pair of prairie desperadoes were frequent visitors at his grandfather's homo. Tucker said the James boys had a hideout in the dense limber along Macoupln Creek In Jersey county. The gang often hid there for several months at a lime. It was during these enforced CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We Buy and Sell GOOD USED CARS Bill Chamblin — Lex CtumbUn CALL "C fA" FOR Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 2195 everything in UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY V Over Guard jewelry Slofe • A. t. DIETRICH,^/- for a Taxi O. K. CAB FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. 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