The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 29, 1950
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me BLYTHEVTLLE. fARK.) COITRIE1 KIWI TUESDAY, AUGUST », 19W House Studies Anti-Reds Bill Crack-Down Act ' B« Passed By Nightfall By KARL B. BAVMAM WASHINGTON, Aug. W. •(*) — With strong bipartisan backing, t bill to crack down on Communists and subversives In this cpiintry came up for Kou« debate today. Prospects were it might p«s« by nightfall. .'• ,Llke: several companion bills which the Senate Is scheduled lo lake up shortly, the legislation goes beyond recommendations President Truman marie for dealing with my Internal threat to the nation's security. " : It "was drafted after lengthy hearings by the House Un-American Activities. Committee. In a statement accompanying the bill to the Hoar, the committee declared Its Investigations over a ten-year period had established: Control from Abroad I, That the Communist movement in this country' Is controlled from nbrbarl; 2. That its ultimate objective Is to overthrow- free American institutions in favor of a Communist totalitarian _dtct*torEhip; 3. That It works by- secret conspiratorial methods; and 4. That Us activities constitute an Immediate and powerful threat to the U.S. security. Primarily a registration hill. It also Is designed to tighten up laws against espionage, and to require Communist and Communist "fronts" (o label their propaganda. President Truman recently asked for legislation requiring the registration of foreign-trained espionage agents and saboteurs. Committee Goes Further The committee went further. ILs bill would require the Communist Party to register, list Its membership, and .report In detail on its financial operations. Communist "fronts" would have to register, list their officers—but not full memberships—and report on their financial dealings. Attorney General McGrath has called such legislation unworkable. Opponent* contend the effect of compulsory registration would be lo drive the Reds underground. Proponents contend they already are underground and that making a crime of failure to register would provide an effective weapon for dealing with them. The bill would also: , Provide stiff penalties for any government employe who gave foreign agent secret Information without specific authorization to do BO; Extend from three to ten years the time In which prosecutions for espionage may be started; and Make It unlawful for CommunlsUs to hold government or defense Jobs. /(•man* Cut Win* UM ROME— i/Pi— Wine growers of the Rome urea say that average per person consumption of wine in (he province has dropped more than «0 per cenr «lnce World War II and have asked the government for a drastic reduction In taxes. The request it being considered by Ihe provincial council. .NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION IN AKMOBKI, SCHOOL niSTKlCT NO. t OF MISSISSIPPI COUNT*. ARKANSAS Notice U hereby given, that the nnual school election In the above named District will be heM on September 16, 1»SO, for the following purposes: The election of a member of the County Board ..of Education for a term of 5 years. The election of one director k-r a term of 5 years. To submit the question of voting a toul school tax of 29 mills, as set out In the District'* budget, which shall Include, in addition to the mlllage for the operation and maintenance of the schools, 14 mills which shall be a continuing building (und tax lor the purpose of paying the principal and Interest of A!I now outstanding bond issues, Including an Issue dated June 1950. Any surplus revenue rcmi the building fund mllbgc, after the payment of principal net interest, ol the bonds ma- urinB that year and provirtiiiK or the next six months' inter- .st on all outstanding bonds, may be used by the District for rV>»4c{Buyfng Draws S-O-5 from T»l Aviv TEL AVIV. Israel. Aug. 2». (/Pi— An'Israeli government S-O-S today brought a n unofficial American mission flying here to help stop a runaway inflation, Whl!; crowds stormed stores In panic buying and banks for heavy withdrawals, black marketeers did • thriving gouging. Men's suite, without ration con- pom, we selling for 'us much as 4280 each. Shoes bring fM a pair. A package of American cigarettes, »1.M. Soap is 70 cents a bar on the "free" 'market. The almost hysterical rush to convert cash Into goods apparently Is due, for one thing, to a public fear that the government Is about to extend Its rationing decree. BLYTHEVILLE'SONLV ALL WHITE THEATOF Open Week Days 6:45 •Show Slart s 7:00 Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 Tuesday & Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE HED RIVER HOWARD HAWKTRED RIVER' Km wiwte mil* MOWN .MONTQOMtl wwoowpcc w on «v tiif olher school purpose. Th« polls will open at >:00 o'clock A.M. and will- clou* «t «;so o'cloilt P.M. on S*pl«nber 36, 1950. at llic following polling placu In the District, to-wlt: L« Wilson ind Co. Store. GIVEN lhl< •» da)- of August, 1«*0. -.: John Mayps, County Supervisor Wllllim Brrrymnn, County Shfriff 8K9-J-I2 NOTICE IN THt PROBATE t'Ol'RT FOR THE CH1CK.A8AWBA DISTKICT or MISSISSIPFI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. IN THK MATTER OP THE ESTATE OP ISAAC R06ENTHAL, DECEASED NO. 1932 lAst known addre.u of decedent: 1610 Holly, Blythevllle. Arkansas. Dale ol death:: August 11, IBM. The tmtierslKned wax appointrd lulinmls'.ratlx of the estate of the above-named decedent on the 25 day at Augiul, 1060. All persons having claims against trie eslite must exhibit them, duly verified, lo th« undersigned within .six month.s from the date of the Mrst pvlbllcation of this nollce, or they shall be forever barred r.nd precluded from any benefit in Ihe e.stste. This notice first published 29 day of August. 19M. 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