The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 22, 1950
Page 7
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TUESDAY, AUGUST L" 1950 Congress to Get Tough with U.S. Reds T?LYTHEVTU,E,-(ARK.) COURIER NEWS By OLIVES W. DeWOLF WASHINGTON, Aug. 22. f,!>,-Key ± llni ^ ratlon lawmakers conceded today that the Senate Is likely to Pass a more stringent set of curbs on home t ront communists than ^resident Truman has asked for. next w* 0 j !pr ° bably wlu l * gln early The House un-American activities commttlee meanwhile launched a drive to bring up for debate this week a bill imposing rigid eurbs on Communists and subversives. It needs clearance by (he rules committee. It. too, would go a lot lurther than the recommendations made by Mr. Truman In n special message to Congress last August 8. Mr. Truman asked for (A) registration of foreign-trained espionage —A GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP Rest •< IK sleep with refreshing com/on on a Resomc I riple Cushion Maitrcsf. You'll l w k *>, tcr because you'll fed Ueiler. * 1 ' "I «JT OF YOUR DAT! DEPENDS OK THE REST OF TOUR »tyl«d by SLUMBER PRODUCTS CORP MtMPHIt, TENNESSII ** Chas. S. Lemons Jit FURNITURE agents and saboteurs; (B) broader authority to protect military bases and defense installations and (C) closer supervision of aliens. Senate lieutenants originally had planned to call up a relatively minor House-approved Internal securitj bill and then move to replace with a bill carrying out Mr. Truman's recommendations. But a Senate Democratic conference yesterday decided Instead to call up the much broader omnibus Internal security measure sponsored by Chairman McCarrau (D-Nev) of the Senate Judiciary Committee. As a sequel to this action. Senators Mundt (R-SD) and Ferguson (R-Mich) abandoned their plan lo tack their Communist registration bill onto (he bill giving Mr. Truman power to Impose economic controls. No Red Paupwta Mundt totd reporters the McCarran bill will incorporate the Mundt- Fergnson bill as it now Is written. In addition to requiring the registration of Communists »nd Communist-front organizations, It -would outlaw conspiracies to overthrow the government by force and bar Communists from getting passports and government jobs. McCarran's "one - package" bill also would tiRhlen the espionage law and extend the statute of limitations on espionage set violations from three to 10 years: and broaden the deportation powers of the attorney general »nd give him authority to jail deportable aliens for six months. Senator Magnuson (D-Wash), who with Senate Democratic Leader Lucas of Illinois and others Is sponsoring the administration bill, told a reporter the Justice Department is now working over the bill to make it more drastic. The idea l.l to try la substitute It for McCarran's bill. Several key senators rho did not want to be named agreed that the administration bill has little or no chance nf crowding out the McCarran measure. There were some who doubted if It would even be offered. Korean Admits Cutting Cable NAGOYA, Japan, Aug. 3J. (JP>— A Korean surrendered And admitted he cut two 25-foot sections from a Japan-Korea telephone cable, police at nearby Yokkaichl reported today. The man was identified by police a* Bok Kl Man. 43. Police did not say whether the cable-cutting- was thievery or sabotage. The damaged cable was repaired Sunday. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained > marriage license yesterday at the office of Mis* Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: Garland Lavon Newsom and Miss Priscllla Smith, both of Leachville. you're fashion-right Samsonite Fashiontone luggage in 5 heavenly $hade» Most exciting, most important travel accessory you can carry! Lovely Fash- iontone Luggage in heavenly fashion colors to blend with your 1950 travel clothes ... Samsonite it bttter than leather, won't soil or scuff. Luxurious linings, solid bras* streamlined locks. Tram Coi« ladiei' O'Nitt (regulorl todies' O'Nile (converiible) Ladiei' Wardrob* .......... . 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They nre being housed at the tiny Eel Rock Church More than 200 state fire fiy.ilers are battling the blaze, most of which Is on private lumbering land. Another uncontroled fire n few miles to the south burner! almost •1.000 acres of scattered brush and timber. Flames that blackened 60.000 acres of lush woods in the ci?v-'- - ' National Forest and in Cuyamaca State park near San Diego appear ed to be Hearing control. Nfarco polo said asbestos was used In Siberia In the 13th Century. Check These Bargains! Demonstration m o rt e 11 In Washing .Machines »f greatly reduced prices. Fully guaranteed. Several lo choose from. The B. F. Goodrich Store '117 \Y, Main Phone 6.331 Puzzled Pigeons Have Foster Chick CHICAGO. Aug. 22, (Off _ Mrs. Ona DavRin hn s two puzzled pigeons and they have a foster chick. Because Airs. Dot-gin's pet pi- Reons. Mama and Pnpa Huzzy unsuccKsful In hatching their o»'J> I eggs, she placed a chicken ttf In I the nest. 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