The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1952 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1952 faff Proposes UMT Be Delayed For Three Years GOP Candidate Thinks Draft Now Serving the Purpose WASHINGTON l/Pj - Son. T;tft propowd tcday that the start - cf universal nillitnry traftiEnf* be postponed "for nbout dirce years." "I can't PPP why \ve should try to start UMT ns long ns Mie draft now is taktnp most young men for two years active duty," the Ohio Republican told a rrporlor. "I could not vnte to do it now." Other protests were cited by RPD. Short (R-Mo). ft le.idinq opponent of UMT. short predicted that Northern Democrats from l:\bor fftrm districts would help Republicans kill the measure. Passage Predicted But Chalrmnn Vlnson (O-Gal tit the House Armed Gcrvlcrs Committee continued to prcdtcl pa.ssago of the hill when H comes to n vet*?, probably next week- A UMT bill is also before thR Senate, The House Is in Ihc second day of debate on the controversial measure to Rive 18-year-olds six months 1 trRlninfc, followed by 7H years In the reserves. Tn.il, candidate for the RopnbH can presidential nomlnntion, fa he wants Congress to toll the military that before UMT Is started Pentagon lenders should come in and offer "to cut out Tour or five divisions." Xo Offers "Heard of" "I have not heard any such offers by our military leaders," he edded. The Senate bill lias n provision requiring a gradual scale-down In the regular force after 300,000 men complete -six months' bnsie training and KO into the reserves. Taft said ho believes men who have served two years under the I draft, or n.«; volunteers, would comprise necessary reserves for the next few ycnrs. But Senate sponsors of UMT say It is unfair to restrict the »n I Ion's reserves to combat veterans. They say UMT should provide trained reserves from non-veteran ranks Some legislators were talking today of introducing a motion lo sfmd the UMT measure back to the House Armed Services Committee. If passed, this would kill It .for (IKs session, hut it would mean Individual congressmen would not have to express a direct opinion. UMT is a hot issue, particularly In an election yenr. Senate lenders' have salrt they will wait for th* 1 ttwnc to net before taking up UMT. The; measure has approval of the Senate Armed Services Committee. ALL MY SONS—Paul Kolcmla, f>9 of Detroit, hearts up what Js perhaps the nation's largest family business partnership lie is scon "falling out hjs platoon" ol 10 sons with the tools of their Iradc—home sanitation None of Ttolcn&i's partners draws a salary, but each shares equally in the profits. Nine of the sons and o daughtcr-m taw occupy the family home in Clio, Mich, Sink to Check Plumbing COLUMBUS, Ga'. 'm— Columbus' new piuinbing Inspector Is C. W. Sink. 30 Nations Eye Germany's Old And Ne\v Debts LONDON f AW — nc()rCKCi:c:illn>.s of M nnll«i:s begin nn iitlen);it here tomorrow to sort mil Wcs: Gio- inany's old and mw delns :nid sot-It a practical -settlement. it is n complex problem. Sume of the del>ts date batk to the days after World War I. Others represent money pumped in Westorn Cicrmnny otter World War II l>y llic United States. Britain and fi-uiice to lesson the tmnlshlju of a defeated jxviple. If (he conference succeeds, the Honn republic. V.U1 take a lon^r step Kerr Schedules 3 Key Speeches OKLAHOMA CITY in; — Three] •:ey ^jjpt'cties nrr frhoditled by Sen. I Roljert S. Ken- for N>lir;irk;i cillcsj ne.il »™it!i— p.irt at his fiif! re.il hid tor deleR:it« to ihe n:ition.ilj i:)£'n\ocrntif crjnvcjition. t In addition to the Ni'lnastai I sjircchcs, Kerr will visit nlraaM every state west of the Ml«i«lppl Rivor on !\ tour tor dele^iites. Mo.'.t speeches will bo dcliverrrl at Jefferson - Jackson Day dinners alonK the wny. Tax Consultant Under Charge U.S., Russian Air Forces— A Yardstick NEW YORK r/Ti— How docs the fulled States' Air Force stack up against Russia's? Air Secretary Thomas K. Finletter, in a speech before the New York Patent Law Association last night, had these com- rnenM on the subject: PRODUCTION — Russia Is ahe.id, hut the U. S. Is catching up. FIGHTER - BOMBERS — America is "definitely ahead." MEDIUM AND LONG-RANCH BOMBERS—The V. S. Ls "well ahead in the quality." LIGHT BOMBERS — The two Air Forces arc about equal. The newest Russian bomber, known as 'Type 31"—Not as Rood as our n-36 heavy bomber, hut capab!fi of increasing Rod capacity Eor a direct attack on the U. S. This Amazing NEW 1951 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER FREEZER'Gives You a Vacation Every Week. 1 fo]-\vard in ren mic relations world. hiR Its econo- the Western MOBILE, Ala. I API — A Mobile tnx cnnsultinu is chargctl wuh I;ul- intf to file tax retmji.s on his income. A MlmimHis MT.TC! yr>:or<L:iy hy a U. S. ik'puty nmshnl directed Albert Klmore lo nni\'. cr the charges In Federal Court ut B£r- minshim. .March 2.1. He Is charged uith failinn lo file a return on income of SH.Q-n for IfllS; $0,033 for 1943; and 58,650 .'or 1050. Srassen Blasts 'Missouri Rule:' Would Clean-Up MILWAUKKR f/Pj — The Demo-' rratlc administration, pays Harolrt E, Stassfn, is a "mismanaged Missouri misrule," and if elected president, he promises n "thorough hoiisccieanine" in V/ashin^ton. i "I woulrt fire 200.000 loafers from j the overloaded [rclenil payroll,' j Sta.s. c t'ji lolcJ about 1.000 poisons at n Rep-ibl lean rally in suburban 1 Sh:>rev:ood last night. "I Mould have in the adniitiistrn- tion an unusual number of young men and women devoted to public service and of hteh integrity. "We would develop greater harmony between groups and encourage the spread of voluntary profit sharing with employes throughout American corporatlons," NAVY'S>"COUGAR"—Slashing through the sky over Bethpngc, .|f;,V,,:is tiie Grj4pifnnn.|;9F-Q,VCouga i r, 11 ;la ! te5t,Qddition to the Inst cdnin'^ny of Wavy'fighters.' '-Trie swepl-wltig Coxif-nr, ralctl al'"uvcr 600 mph" Is the successor to the battle-proved Grummnn Pantiier, first jet used in combat by Ihc Novy. Its low Innding and takcoK spec<T tnoVp it ideal f[ir nircrnfi rnrrier operation. Cows Asked for More VIENNA W>i — Hungry >:chcd" the proWcm of its horfagc by milking co\v.s four times d;iy, according to the liucinpcst In n recent edition thr Coimuml, 1 orpan urged farmers to follow vlet practice" imd niilk cows every j -six hcur.s to obtain more milk. Rend Courier NPU'S Classified Ads How fo SAVE A DAY A WE£K wit/i a Freezer ffi SHOP AHEAD Buy «very:n!ng on STORE AHEAD COOK AVUAO rip \lrJreftfi Ereih balctd goodi MaVc triple recipei —ierv« cer. eacri do/ ai needed. one meal — ilore Iwol This big HI Freezer holds months of meals—cliniiniues dozens of shopping trips- saves Iwitrs that add up to a vacation every week! 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