The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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Tuesday, September 12, 1950
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•LITHETILLK •,,-••- , '- ' ' ••••/•• ver Asks Missouri Mouthpiece Gamblers: Don't Embarrass Party COTTRIBR WEWS I iC~V ^ pt - ' 12; (*J—< Shenker, St. Louis at- 1 persons involved In a mbllng Investigation, in- •estlon .to stay clear of a •I cornmittee pott to avoid Jig, the party, •latlori to Slicnker to re- Imeiater of th« De. T^ -Inance Commit- |lrom' Chaliman Kefau- ) of the SeniU Crime : Committee. I resign from sorae- Jsvei- accepted?" Shenker Mm Jefferson city. Mo. lied further comment, but Tould have a statement 'e were lndicatio|is he down Ihe position, to I was named last Friday fatlc National Chairman • Boyle, Jr. . •. .any connection with I Shenker said he never 1 political activities with Jice of law and "never •; accepted a political eon- |ri>m any of my clients." said' In a statement |'it will not set well with and certainly may oe 'ig to the Democratic the attorney for prin- •>m ihe Senate Interstate • mmlttee is Investigating |iis to'be representtd by I of the finance committee Ity." \ Probe of SKenker amc time, Kefauver said w need to follow the of Senate Wiley IR- l«>mmitlee member, for igatlon ot. Shenker's ap- Tas a member of the De- fund^iplng committee. • the "attorney for fhe largest 'gambling in- J America." Wiley said in rnt that his • presence on le group might make some • cement officials loath to T his clients. replied In a telegram to It the senator's statement linsuU.to everv law en- offlclal In the united Ife accused Wiley of vlo- lal ethics in an attempt ^"political advantage." matter, of .public know. f do not now and never resented 'gambling inter- ]5henker said. "1 am not never have been on a pf ahy^ person, group or S engaged in unlawful ac- r s,aid. .there was no ques- It Shenker'a right to rep- "m^e choBe^He described sia.capable' lawyer and I St."_"Lo,uIB.(man's ..ethics /his committee Ts t any tie-ups be. . . md politicians. I Is ,no evidence.^that -Mr CENTER OF'ATTRACTION—The American Hag on the back of transport pilot Copt. Bill Boss of Memphis. Tenn.. holds a world of fascination for these Korean youngsters. Ross had just landed with e load of military supplies at an advanced air base in South Korea. (Photo by NEA-Acme staff photographer Richard Ferguson.) contributions." he continued! Seeks Avoid "Embarrassment" •However, in view of the fact that the committee will make further inquiry of mtiny of his clients, I hope' the appointment will be reconsidered and further, that in view of the possible embarrassment to the Democratic Party, Mr. Shenker will not accept the assignment." The national committee's Sept. 8 announcement described Shenker as a prominent St. Louis attorney who was a former member of the Missouri State Democratic Committee and a delegate. to the party's ' 1948 natfonjfi convention. ) j The Keiauver committee pre- ' viousiy had received testimony trom Democratic State Chairman i John H. Hendren that Shenker introduced him to William Molnsky. ' St. Louis race news operator. Hendren said Molasky contributed S2,OM to Gov. Forrc-st Smith's 1948 campaign. . Shenker said he never represented Molasky until IB months after the contribution was made. He said he was not. a party to it. i Casualty Report CASUALTY REPORT—12 PBORIA, III. <AP) _ F or more than five years Mr.- and Mrs. w. W. Johnston hove clun? to the hope thnl their son was alive. William Harrison .Johnston, naval aviation ordinar.ceman, was reported missing in action while on a bombing mission In thR Pacific. This week his parents were notl tied that, the bodies of their son Reds Chant As . Aiortqrs Pound Them WITH .THE U. 8. FIRST CAVAlr RY DIVISION IN KORKA. Sept. 11. W^-Sorrw 300 tripped Horth Koreans chanted drunkenly but night u they waited tot the American; attack they kruw was coming. Surrounded in . gully north ol T*egu they «!re«<ij. were getting mortar and machlnegun fire- from doughboys high on the rldgw on either side of them. Throughout the night ihe chanting cpuld b« heard whenever firing died down. Lt. George, w. Pelersburs 147* South 74th St., Milwaukee, told th* (lory. • V 6und«y nJght hta company •»lulled and secured a high ridge .Between it'and the next ridge, also held by American*,. the 300 North Korean were cut. oil by fire. . Soon after nightfall Ihe weird music could be heard coming from the gul'y. It got louder arid louder. "Where they got that muslc^ said Lieutenant Petersburs "j don't know. It was the darndesl thing ! have ever heard. They had some kind of phonograph, it sounded like one ot our American records played about 10 times • »s slowly as* It should be." About midnight the chanting jot still louder. The Americans dropped more mortar shells into the sulley "to shut them up." The Reds kept on singing. "They must have been having one last big Sake (rice beer) party." said the lieutenant/ "They kept that noise up until daybreak. 1 guess we will be going tn after'. them soon." - ' | Petersburs said the Americans ' wolUd not have minded the singing j so much but "they Just sins that i one piece over and over again. I'll remember it a long time." . PACE It has been estimated (hat more Ihan one-halt of the world's nowWs would vanish It there were no bees. and four crewmates were found on a remote. Island 1 in the Philippines. <o t iiu- ^»iuciu:e,;fcnai -MT. man .vessels now Kill seek ; any Improper of coastal cargoes! Coastal Trade Monopoly • -•'-•• .', . - i NEW DELHI (AP) — India Vns ' decided to reserve the coastal .sh:j>-' ping trade for Indian shipping. In- ; dian .Tes:eb; now , carry 75 percent,, ' j GAS - OIL - ELECTRIC Heating Equipment natural gai or buran* Automatic Heating Controls Wholesale Distributor MACK LEWIS Memphis, Ttnn. 464 N. 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