The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 24, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 24, 1950
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1950 (ARK.) COURIER President May Appoint 3 Republican UN Delegates Dulles and Lodge ' May Join Austin At Assembly Meet By JACK BK1.I, ^VASHINGTON, Aug. 24. </P) — ffVcss President Trutnan changes his mind, he may put Republicans In a majority among the nation's five front line representatives at the next United Nations Assembly meeting. Chairman Connalty (D-Texl of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee told a reporter he understands tlie President now lias In mind the appointment of three Republicans among the five permanent delegates to Ihe U.N'.'s November session. Besides Warren R. Austin, ilre chief American representative, Republican, Connally said he expects John Fos'er Dulles. Republican adviser to the State Department, and Senator Henry Cabot Lodge. Jr.. Massachusetts Republican, to be named. The Democratic delegates are ex pet-ted to be Mrs. Eleanor noose velr and Senator John Sparkmai of Alabama Achcson Probable Hearl Secretary of State Acheson probably will head the delegation for the opening of the assembly session, with one of the permanent delegates serving briefly as an alternate. Other alternates are expected to include John Ross, aide to Austin: John Sherman Cooper, Republican adviser to Acheson; Benjamin Cohn, now on the delegation; and Mrs. Edith Sampson, |toicago Negro lawyer. *rhere have been some reports that Senator Qrahani (D-NC), defeated in the recent North Carolina primary, might also be chosen as an alternate. The President's anticipated move (o give the Republicans prominent roles at the next U.N. session was regarded in some quarters as an administration answer to recent criticism thai the GOP has not been consulted fully on foreign policy. Lodge was a signer of a recent statement by GOP members of the Foreign Relations Committee which accused the administration of virtually inviting 'the Communist attack on Korea. Mir B« Part of New Plan His probable choice as a delegate, however, appeared to be based on a new plan to put two members of Congress from opposing parties on the U.N, delegation each year, with the House and Senate alternating Candidates for re-election would be passed over. Senator K. Alexander Smith (R NJ) first was offered the post on a seniority basts, but begged off Senators Wiley (R-Wis) and Hick- ; Blooper (R-Iowal both "have re raction campaigns and aren't eliji ble. Senator Vandenberg (R-Mich . Is ill. That Sparkman may be named surprised some colleagues. An ad ministration supporter, he hasn'i participated much in foreign af fairs except to urge that moves be laken to bring about an Atlanti union of anti-Communist, nations The anticipated selection o Lodge may be an ddmlnistratior olive branch to the Republicans But Wiliiam Boyle. Jr.. the Demo cratic national chairman, made I plain that the Democrats will figh the sort of criticism Lodge and hi colleagues fired at the admlnistra tion. Seorgio Town Boots Reds MACON, C73., Aug. 24. (/Pj—Tills nirtdle Georgia city has given card- carrying Communists 48 hours to get ont of town. An antt-Rpd ordinance was given peedy unanimous approval by the Macon city council. Tlie council waived the usual procedure of send- "ng it before the full council. The maximum penalty upon con- action would be six months In Jail and a $100 fine. The council left the door open for an amendment Tuesday which would outlaw Communists for time. Mayor Lewis B. Wilson expressed some doubt as to the constitutionality of the ordinance, but he approved the step. A similar ordinance and an active police campaign against Communists is in effect In Birmingham, Ala. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Five Arkansans Missing in Action LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 'M. M'J—Five additional Arkansans. all Army personnel, have been listed by the Defense Department as missing In ac Lion in tlie Korean fighting. They arc: * Pfc. Billy J. Armstrong, son of Mrs. Ella M. Craun, Route 4, Ber ryvllle. Pvl. James W. Hoeue, son of John D. Rogue, El Dorado. Corp. J. D. Floyd, Jr., son of Mrs Cora M. Smith, Brinkley. Pfc, Charles P. Tyler, son of Mis Lola M. Tyler 1 , Reyno. Pfc. Elvis J. White, son of Mrs Viola Render, Lake City. PAGE FIVB 3oc/y of Wave Found in Park At Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 54, M')- — A pretty blonde Wave who dLsap- )eared iMonday night was found Head last night in a lagoon nenr he Philadelphia Naval Base with anuses Indicating she may have been slain. The body of Ann Victoria Barrett, •_>;(, Denver, Colo., was found Moating on Ihe lagoon popularly known as "Cnnoe Lake." Coroner Joseph Omtnsky said the girl's Hjxs end nuse were bruised and two blood-stained handkerchief.!; were stuffed in her yellow blouse. Coroner's Detective John Fenton said Miss Barrett disappeared Monday night after visiting a tavern with several friends, all members of lire Navy women's reserve. Last night, her- body was found i by George Metzler, Sr.. and his son. I George. Jr.. 15, and daughter. Kath- leen, right, u they wen einoclag on Ihe liroon In Leagu* Island Park, Tlie dead ffrl'i mother, Mrs. Catherine Barrett, «ald at Denver Hint she hud not been notified up to last night. Mrs. Barren said her daughter had been home on furlough earlier this month. Gas Companies' Assessments Up LITTLK ROCK, Aug. 24. 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