The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 19, 1947 · Page 2
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hif, v if:" f 1 gAC% two BI.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS •• Snow Wrecks British Railway Station * i * HOWM Committee Urjp; Quick Action Against G. Eitlcr BY GRA.N1 DILLMAN ._., ... ., c^ropoa^,, - Tv-nbef of the Hovse UnAmerl- can activities committee predicted odaj that Gerhart Eislers con emit Itlal woulo. shed new light m Russian espionage In this coun- R"P Ri-hard M flxon R Cain aid the trial would give the Jits ice Department a chance to que / ion E-sler unaer oath on charges I 5~/ hat he \\as the No 1 -\genu ol I he CoJi"i]unist-Inter/iationai and' y k y link in i Russian vspy net .or* kislers tLStimonj—if he testi ic r — hculS be vtUuajlc in uncovering the peoole he worked \ull| ?J x3n said 11, siould steer the coirmUtee to others jfke him " ThO comnjittea cited fcisier ior contempt after fie Refused to be for testimqn> The citation -- -fpro^ed bj the House jester day on -a, iote pf 370 1 TJie'rale (,is enter was'Bep Vito Maiean tonio American, Laoor. Parti Ne« I York The cjta(ion was referred" to Bl IMliniSOtf ., Tj t> D <-fict Atlonnv Geor 0 e M (United J'rcss Korclsi. He will decide whether lo NE.VV YORK. FC'J. the CPSC to a Federal O-^ncl l en i offijn 1 naval •miy lor incli-iment or to place £ World Wn • before thf> court, on a criminal in ' Ihe Uin'cd Stale.; \\us iLimatkm *\hlch I tantamount to inol tir-ent Tlje practice in 1011'--»•, -Rations has been to ieeX jury Indjctmenls T'lrtu Earlier Convictions HistonanSays Great Britain Slow to Okay Normandy Plan [of sfiiff.'apparently "to needle'the "•••'•'-•' Xfonsou said, proposal thai If coivjicted Elsler would face •eiuines 6f from one month to a eii in jn| and n fine or from TO to 5.HCO Since 1940 there lu\e peen three comlctions lor oitc ip, of ihe UiiAmencan Ac tivitie, Committee One dtfemuni vas fined |153 and another »£>U Prison sentcnce-i ,rom ^0 days to ' x rncnvjs were suspended Meanwhile Assistant Altoniej Generil T Lsmar Caudle head ol the Justic> Department criminal duklon was studying the commit tee s Irequcst tliat E.S er oe indicted en several otheV charges Among them, tlje committee listed re\olu tioua« conspiracy pe i urj pass vart fram. and income tax evasion .Caudle said it was too earls jet to determine uhat a-tion woula Eliot Morison. ifotcd Harvard University 'historian, who v/ns commissioned In Ihi 1 Naval reserve ear- I) 'n 1912 to prepare a naval nis- toiy of Ihe war. Previous -war-tlmt? accounts Jia'l indlcntcd that Ihe second Irani wojjcl WM abandoned' 'because or t . - — ~....v.~..^i .^.<iu.^i; m ine ij[?mocraue minority In Hr» l^hu- 1 ^-, •' Wi "?" Chu "">- NC V York ,tate ]e,S "re wea ', n ill biu MDrij:oii f, report on "Oper- [ ;j >—»-'~~ - - • • - taken Nixon sald^Jne committee hoped tie Justice Dapartmenl would act Easier- m Et^i>f ^ case Lpan it, had -n cHie^ contempt citations brougnt ^i Congress The o\er»hclrnlng yote shoun be i'majidate that Congress wants ^omethtng done aoout this—an \ " H(5n P talA* fI; ^? l "^^ conl * m P l K B^rskyV and 2J other t' iJ-e Vobit Anti Fascist News Keillor) | nrilisli _. p _,.,,._., 13. (UPJ— 'A|\\e (oracl. noout Hit European war . historian tir until 1944 uiul • C(;n:cn!r.\te on Uie 31 reported today th.il pucilic. • forcctl lo Roosevelt mid Churchill' then iflcond 1 Ironl ngiueci liial somo hind of Ironl plfins for i\ -- - nice in 131' or 1943 became opposition. The revelation ol tin front decision was made .socou-.l must be cpjiie-.l in 10« uiul tossed Uic question fc to tile chiefs'"! VoV/c Legislators Stage Site/own Strike to. Protest Spectators' Ban ALBANY, N. Y... Fen.' 19. IUP)~- Tlie Uemocrntic minority In Grocery Firm Offers Plan to Pay Pensions ClNOlNNATf, O.. Peb.'io.—A re- til (Mient proBUtm lor the 22,0"U 'employees of liie Kroger company lias Ijcen ap;:iovcd by lliu Uoarci HI directors and will bo sub.iill^pd :to .'iharcholdein . :a lliu company s annual mcutinjj MV.rch 1 5, it was ,^miO(tn:'ed too^ay. •' " O:)e feature of the program" is thai no cojilri'jiitinno win be ma.de by cmpk-ycvs,. si!i costs 'b^lnij pai:l by t.'ic con:piny. ' : Desiftni-ii to pinvidc a regular •Hi'liiro ln:oine for veteran eiii- ploircs ulter Ihe close of their iiic- llvc .'justness 'vpnrs, the progrim sels ts C-; tho' normal-'aijC' lor ntlons in North Alrlaan Waters" nh'.ished b; Little. Brown & Oo presented the lirst iletailed lu'coiml of the uffnir. Morison revealed that in ih'cir Initlnr. chri-slmas conference in Dc- ctirbDi 1941, (Jhurchill find the late p.-esldent Raosevelt'ni;;ced tlnu a majDr military move must ije lain Lhcd against Ocrmany In |'j4a. The American chiefs of staff Itiv- ored ah invasion or Northern France ma Churchill opposed this, Mori•on reported. In April "p.fler a visit to Lona'on of. Gen George c. Mnrshnll nnii H8rry. Hopkins, planning for invasion cf Normandy in Fearuary 1WJ •\-v> st-irted. Morison saiti that Mr. Hboscvclt oriuinally had fnvorod an Alrlcan Invasion "but lie had to admit thai, the direct «a<! better ..., £" "sltdown" strike' today when bi>irc<! lo 1.000 persons "innrclieri" on Albany -to more homes ntul low' reut.s. •As tlii; "mnrcliers". wlio hnt! ,-oino to Albany [roni New York 15-;rr ;j): • ('ontlnucd frnm .•it.-vtc capilol wen: lo 11} llio i-nabliiit; «CL to the stiUc'K I nnrs mis wlm 3in r\ •<< ,.,,,,,1^,., i ,...i_.. , • . !i<wl."tn:Mlom-lo-work" aincnilnicnt. '['o deinnn'.l become u law, ihe bill needs,only Governor Luney's signature. ' ' The mcusiirc. cirlclnnlly Intrft- .,.„. (luceil in Die Senate by Sen. E J 1 L?";• S"' 1 .™ 1 " ^"! p !: or Po "^ C"*. would make Sennto Minority Loader Elniei- P Qlilnn announced Lhut the Demo- lBm , ,, lnl „,„ ,.„, .. ffi Bl «,^.^;,S^t>.:,^ !!-'""."«- "™-S. » IflBhlntlvc wa, admitted ,„ Lubor lendcrii \vei-e quick to coh- tlmt the 1:111 Is nnconsUtu- the cys liandllnj! or housing mid too •nneonstitutionnl" closing of legislative halls to the public, left liie cupltol stejjs and \vent (o n ncaioy »icellni; han uiHlcr a heavy state had Dew- vo'lc. )roaclv lo Germany , lian Une indirect and j )l;e (jimrel not sec Only five conntrie.s in Arkansas tele? th thc^e. cases Tht cojnmlttee hopes to 'sha nptul oflaj renRi ife case against Eis'er bi'quei i ' ' 'T^in"*? ""*.'•:'* "-''.• oj-quei dngton in June. 1S4'2. it wns' uel "So^'n ^ l^ 0 ", a " d &lm ' :t mpj:>r nlllltl "-5- «iov.. must -Lrtiff r ""^i 0 JiearmMOpcnctl ui) in 1942 -nedilFd lor next Mohoaj me ~ ; caivmi^tcB n-as told .hat Josepmoi i >V; i " lu ' u •"•"• -Josepnson and LJptzsn Jiejppd. ariange false pnsEf>orts /or Suislanf enteHnr hi> Uultea Euifts t 'h failea to an s\ver_ sTib^anns ty.o weeks aijo .Defense Counsel Offered MJW YGRK F'b 19 (UP)-The C v i Fights Congress said today it ft^uid be giad^ to defend Qer H't...Easier alleged Rust in agent cited, for cor'e npt of Cangres Tae Ci\4l Rights Congress said it 1 ad b en asked tjy Airs Eisle t-o cjand her husoard because he :s not In a. position to EM • ior hm S"If ~ I s«ld Eislcrs'arresC was co lou 1> for nothing but publicity "I> s &r<i his -citation for re «s ; to b> s>,om in as a witness t'lvTe. tn ~ C " OUAe Un4nlori<:a " A " Sen ed Mjrison reporled, alter the \fslts of cimivlilll and Foreign Minister^ v. iyf. Mololov to Wasji- de- bc The wiioln question of a r.eoond front in 1942 was threshed out They would liav c exempted firms pugnced in Interstate commerce from uppllcntlon of the- -b.111, niul would have given anttiorily lo courts of record to <ietei-m:iic nriiis «o enuaged. Only IB • votes were -cast in ' tlie House yesterday aj;n:nst the llnal (v,-o i,t Governor Laney's tax mens- urea, as income and severance •is n Morlsoii said, "b'tween the Frcsfdcnt, and the Prime Minis tci Mr Roosevelt wiis disturbed to find that Mr. Churchill who hid ah\a»s favored r.n indirect or imdcracJl/ cpproach to the heart of the ,\xis. did not relieve that Ko- r tii cross - h «»iiel Invasion ol Churchill doubted wiiether tr<xip,s rb i . cx;-,oit a bjaehhcad >r'htrn France \vculd be sivnll- o->fo c At this potiituic American chlels, Lemon Juke Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly Lloyd Godley Named Fund Drive Chqirman O O^OL-i AVk Feo 19-Uoxl s JKJ has oeen named chalrnifin •-- •-'• of the pncual Red Cross fuiu. ou^i! , , t '—«—» ivvw i^iubb 1UHU ciljtali cj n || 1C .,.].,• ,," ',, "•"-' •?•"« rae fa^c^cSW MlrCh ' ' l ^'iH^^SIiKHS Th= O eola cnapter made pnn-, K,_J^'.'"' ""'w-j'.!'* > tS™K'"C. < Fj lor th e dnje at en Exs ullve BOTXI " ""' '"'"'••""TOIM bj KEEPS HOiS CLEAN No liquids! No suds! 3Jb. can *1 Us« on any rug or carpet, including light colors and fwisls. Cleans entire room, or small •was without leaving ring. have less than !iO per cent of their boosts were approved, u wns csli Charles S. Lemons, Furniture THESE ARE FINE WARM RUGS, SIZE 9x12 WITH LOVELY FLORAL DESIGN. AVAILABLE IN A RANGE OF ATTRACTIVE COLORS WITH BLUE, WINE, GREEN ROSE AND BEIGE BACKGROUNDS. THEY HAVE LUSTROUS RAYON FACE OVER HEAVY FELT , ' $19.45 bring an additional $3,000,000 into the stale's tills. The chief executive Is expected to sign the 10 fiscal bills Into law tills week, as the House uovfi iippi-ova) to the other eight last Friday ami the Senate enrller iif/livncd all of them with a minimum of opposition IJehale J.iiiuui- Bill Tlie Benato yesterday made a special order of business for today a meusure setting u]> a Memorial .Stadium Commission, and another by Sen. llntler that would put the Kliite into the wholesale liquor business. The liquor hill has already been handed un unfavorable ree- otninendiitlon frpin the Senate Temperance Committee. The stadium measure was amended in u )e up- iw chamber yesterday, with (he stipulation lhat tlie structure would i'.ol be ljuill with state funils unless a specific appropriation was made by the loyisluf.irc. In other action, tiic Senate: Approved and forwarded to the Kovernor 11 House bill raising the maximum penalty for negligent homicide from 1 to 5 years; Kcrclvecl an election law revision measure that conflicted in part wilh « previous measure. The bill b" Sen. G. Liiwrence Blackwell of Pine Uluir, would delete that part of lh«> earlier measure providing for a revision of (he State Board of Election Commissioners; Also approved and sent Oovernoi l.nn;y a House bill providing, salnn ••a jcs for uuic Rock and NoMh LiUle Hock Municipal Court clerks Other House proceedings included: Receipt of )i ), u <!gcl bills, ln- idlns two for $21,600.000 a year for highway construction; 51,177000 for the State IJcvenue Department; $9,000,000 for old age asslsr- fl»ce; $542,000 a year for the Game and Fish Commission; and $181000 Kcceipt of u bill cstahlishinp n commission to plan for the construction of a governors mansion, and appropriating SIUO.OOD Jbi lhat purpose; Rtcelnt of another 1,111 tliat would piovide u state Income tax exemption up lo $3,500 for small coriwri- llons in Arkansas BRIGHTEN linn ynmr home 7.6 x 9 $12.95 9 x 10.6 $17.60 Charles S. Lemons, Furniture Home Furnishings Moderately Priced riinose CRUMP Made HASSOCKS for color • - . for lieanly . . ./or slylc . . . To M^nd perfectly ivilli J'our own ilocoraline eclifmc.. .Sri- llirm on cli-play today. Charles S.lemons, Furniture Girls! Women! Who BtTEMALE with its nervous cranky feelings... Do female functional monthly disturbances make you feel nervous, fidgety, cranky, so tired and 'dinegedout'—at such times? Then to try LydJa E. Pjnkham's Vege- rannuAuv^'j, lu-n Suffer Distress Of WEAKNESS lablo Compound to relieve such symptoms. It's famous for helping gills and women in this way! Taken regularly — Plnkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. Just see If you, too. don't remarkably benefit. Also a great stomachlo tonic. Worth tri/inat PREMIER CUA1R&! • They're here! Come in and get a iltnionsiratiOQ of out of [hese new PrtfiitL-rs —fatuous /or (op qualiiy-tlnie.proved in ptt formance f Frtnjk-r'i popularny f$ ;o great it may l>c some time before every oidcr ran be fillet]. Out we have provide*! a.way for you to Ret yours ^viihout uatiecessai y wui ci n g — i hroiii gh ilie . . Premier Priority Plan When you order jour new Premier we'll pive you a numbered . Priority Certificate /i "which eotitles you re ID the earliest Ijj possible delivery, ig FIRST COME- 1 —• V1K ST RESERVED.' ^~~ —— 'THE BEST IN HOME APPLIANCES You're sure of getting ihe best in vacuum cleaners when you choose Premier . . . and you can be just as sure of getting the best value and highest quality in all * the other home appliances we have to offer you. P. £.(PteMi&l £aix+Ufj Premier Vacuum Cleaners art sold by authorized retail stores only— ac $10 u> 520 less than they would cose if Premier maintained -is own house-to- houst salesmen! $59.25 tank type, complete wilh attachment, fi9.7i) Charles S. Lemons, Furniture WHAT A WONDERFUL PLACE I 'ef $274.50 HIW "*?-U/*W;W CONSTRUCTION Only Kroehlcr hai this exclusive feature—iwo compkle tcts of springs in ihe back anJ lv\xi com* p]<:c Jon of springs in Ihe seal. MX ONLV iuO PfR Your living room furnished wit?, this KROEHLLi; sun: wilh its new "Cusltioiii:ed" construction will give your home new charm and beauty. Nole its smart and different lines. Covered with rich and durable fabrics. IT'S OFTI N' SAID-" You gel more fa y n ,,r !,,nn< m ^M!a, thin any other ntamy ymi •. Other Suites $169.50 — $215.75 — $253.50 Charles S. Lemons, Furniture Home Furnishings Moderately Priced

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