The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 7, 1952
Page 9
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Senate's Red Probers Pbnder Future Under Reins of GOP By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON (Hi — A bfg question mark hung over the future of tbe Senate's internal security subcommittee today In an Ironio twist to th* Republican election victory. fci the last two years, under the chairmanship of Democratic Sen. Pat HcCarran of Nevada, the subcommittee has supplanted the HOUM Un - American Activities Committee M the chief congres- ktatul group probing for Coinmu- oi»t Influences In and out of government. A unit ol th* Senate Judiciary Committee, of which McCarran •Iso 1* chairman, the subcommlt- (*> has a number of Investigations , under way now. One of these Is a hunt for any American Commu- • nlsla working for the United Nation*. Republican control of the Senate wiM knock McCarran out of MB Judiciary Committee chairmanship, and the outlook Is that his successor will be Sen. William Lunger (R-KD). Langer was among tho sjnall band of senators who fought two years ago In a dramatic all-night session to uphold President Tru- man'i veto of the Internal Security Act sponsored by McCarran. During the night Langer collapsed and had to b« carried from the Senate chamber on a stretcher. After enactment of the law, the International security subcommittee was set up In December, 1050, to police Its enforcement. It also was given brond power to Investigate the espionage and subversive activities generally, Authority Expire* Dee. Jl Its authority will expire on Dec. 11, however, and It Is doubtful whether Langer, as chairman of the Judiciary Committee, would seek to have ft extended. ' Even If the subcommittee were given a new lease on life, Lnnger 1 would be In a position to change It* whole complexion' since tho chairman appoints the members: He probably could key It to a minor role at the most. Sen. Alexander Wiley of Wiscon- sin'is the top Republican on the Judiciary Committee but he also outranks all his OOP colleagues on the 'Foreign Relations Committee and has made plain he Intends to lay claim to the chairmanship of : that group. : Since * senator cannot be chairman ol two regular legislative committees, Langer is in position as the number two Republican on the Judiciary Committee to step In as chairman! Committee chairmanships are based on length of service and'lhis seniority custom la rigidly adhered to. - McCaran Helped GOP Republican leaders no 'doubt would be only too happy to devise isome way to prevent Linger, from getting the Judiciary Committee post, however, partly because 'he supported President T r u m a n's campaign trip through North Dakota and introduced him In glowing terms. Conversely, McCarran helped the Republicans win their thin margin In the Senate by throwing his Kup- pori to the re-election of Sen. George W., Malone of Nevada, R Pacific Volcano Is Erupting TOKYO (iP) — The new Pacific volcano Myojln was erupting violently this afternoon, belching imoke nearly 9,000 feet high, an Air Force officer reported today. Capt. John Ftihr of Chicago estimated the volcano 210 miles south . of Tokyo was about 500 feet above tha water. Republican who defeated the Democratic candidate nominated over McCarrnn's opposition. About half of all the legislation lhat goes through the Senate la landled by the Judiciary Commlt- !ee. It also passes on the nominations of all federal Judges and U. S. marshals. Should tho Internal security eub- commlltee die or become dormant under a Lunger-directed Judiciary Committee, Its work and much of Its staff might be lakcn over by the Governmental Operations Committee. Tills group also has broad powers of Investigation and Sen. Joseph McCarlhy <R-Wls) is in line for the chairmanship. Russia's Sub Fleet Largest, Britains Say LONDON Ml — Britain's author- tative . naval yearbook, Jane'r; Fighting Ships, says the Soviet Union's submarine fleet still Is by far the world's largest although It appears to be tho same stes as a yenr ago. The 1952-53 yearbook, published yesterday, reported the snme number of Russian undersea craft as In Its last edition—310 afloat and 120 others being built. Jane's acknowledged, however, that Soviet military security limited the exactness of the Information. Jane's reported the U. s. Navy's "colossal lighting force" Is the largest peacetime fleet ever mafn- :alned by any country—as big as nil the other nuvles of the world combined. The U. S. submarine force of 200 ships, however, was greatly out- clnssed by the Russians. Brltaln'» subs were listed at about 50. Thailand, which Is smaller limn Texas and larger than California, :ms a greater population than both those states combined. Academy Award Winner Jailed On Drunk Charge LOS ANGELES W — Brodorlck Crawford, Academy Award winning film actor, spent four hours In Jail last night after his arrest on a drunk driving charge, police reported, Lt. E. R. Evans, In charge of the West Los Angeles police station, identified tho actor. He said officers who made the arrest reported a cnr driven by Crawford smashed Into two parked automobiles near a Sunset Boulevard Intersection. Evans said the husky 43-year-old aclor told him he'd been nt a party celebrating completion of a picture. Crawford was released on $250 bond to appear In court today. Tho movie star won Ms best actor Academy Award for his portrayal In "All The King's Men" in 1949. Record Price for Bull A1RDRIE, Canada (IP) — Record purchase price lor a beef bull paid by an Alberta breeder was made ut Vaughan, Mont. Victor Wntson of the Willow Springs Ranch near here paid $35,700 for n 2-ycar-oltl Hereford. Sen. McCarthy To Press Suit Against Bentoh WASHINGTON «V-Counsel for Sou. Joseph McCarthy (R-Wls) said todny the defeat of Democratic Sen. William Bonton In Connecticut's senatorial election would n6t affect McCarthy's two-rallllon-dol- Inr libel-slander suit against Henton. "We intend to push this suit right to the Ijlltcr end," Warren Magee of Washington, one of McCarthy's lawyers told a reporter. "The cult will not bo withdrawn." McCarthy, who won re-election In Tuesdny'B voting, la suing on the basis of charges Benlon leveled at him before a Senate rules subcommittee. Bcnton had asked the Senate to consider expelling McCarthy on grounds of alleged fraud and deceit. Mngee said he expected the case would not lie ready for trial before next spring. Hiss Applies For Parole WASHINGTON (/!'j—The Justice Department says Alger Illss has formally applied for parole from the Lev/isburg, Pa., Federal Penitentiary. Hiss, a former state Department employe, was convicted of perjury (n ID50 In denying he gave secret documents to a Communist courier and began serving a five-year tern in March, 1BS1. He becomes eligible for parole Nov. 21, when he will have completed one-third of his time in prison. The five-man' parole board will hold n hearing next week, possibly Wednesday. If Hiss' application i: approved, he could leave prison Nov. 21. Head Courier News Classified Ads. Bitter Democrat After try at Burning House SAN ANTONIO, Tex. <ffy_A 45- year-old San Antonio Democrat resented the winning smirks of his Republican landlady yesterday and was jailed after he hud tried to burn her house. He barricaded firemen from his small garage apartment In the rear of the landlady's house and fought with them as they broke the door down. He was booked In city Jail on' a charge of arson. "I Just didn't like her attitude," he told Patrolman C. G. Ramirez as they rocte to the city Jail. BIRTHDAY PORTRAIT- Dressed in the uniform of a general, King Guslav Adoiph VI, of Sweden, poses for his birthday portrait, in the royal castle at Stockholm. The Swedish,monarch will be 70 years old Nov. 11. FRIDAY, KOVBMBEB T, IMt | .overs' Quarrel Leads to Suicide By Young Austrian Refugee Student Red Shell Scores Direct Hit but Yank Gl Unhurt KOREA (IP)— A Communist artillery shell hit a Second Division soldier In the leg. The shell bounced up and belted him tn the miU-sectiori, but did not explode, The soldier, whose name was withheld, went to the hospital with a stomach ache. Store Gets Kittens BOONVILLE, Tnd. M>>—A cat that got Into a store through a ventilator took over a doll bed to give birth to five kittens, then moved them into the shoe department. Live Shell Dug Up In Okinawa SHURI, Okinawa I/P)— Lt. Thomas F. Coots of Akron. O.. and his Army bomb disposal squad dug up a live 16-inch Navy shell the other day In an Okmawan garden. Mr. nhd Mrs. Tamwhak Ynko had been praying regularly to the 2.000-jjound shell since It landed in their garden more than seven years ago. For the post 11 years church membership in the United States has increased about 2 per cent a year. Come In And See Our New Coleman Super Performance GAS FLOOR FURNACE "Warm-Floor" Comfort in 4 to 6 Rooms Xou haven't seen what a gas floor-furnace can do, until you see the new Coleman SUPER PERFORMANCBlNewpower; new fuel-saving features. Ami — »n amazingly low price. Visit ui today I Up To 3 Yeors To Pay; Terms A» tasy A. $1.25 P.r W»ek Holsei! & White Furniture & Appliances MM The 'medicine' that's Another dramatic incident revealing how Radio Free Europe helps fight Communism behind the Iron Curtain "•"PHIS IS RADIO FREE EUROPE. Attention, people I of Tcplilz-Schonau. Tin's is to warn you about Dr. Horak. He has posed as your friend and sympathizer. Actually he is a Communist agent and informer, seeking information abou! the underground ..." What has b«en tha effect of this Radio Free Europo broadcast? Every day and every night since this warning was flashed through the Iron Curtain, Dr. Horak has received a mysterious phone call. He hears the same anonymou* yoice each timd And he hears the same haunting wordt—"Dr. Horak... we have heard Radio Free Europe .'. . Dr. Horak . . . Radio Free Europe." Eye-witnesses report that the Doctor has become so jittery, so fearful of reprisal, that he is bordering on insanity. And Horak is but one of hundreds of informers and traitors who are being exposed and rendered useless to the Communist regime by Crusade for Freedom through Radio Free Europe. Support ttre Crusade For Freedom Regular doses of such "truth medicine" arc helping to strengthen the resistance of freedom- loving people to Communist oppression. But Radio r. Morak mad Free Europe urgently needs more help from its sponsor—Vou.' A! least $4,000,000 is needed this year by Crusade for Freedom to support and expand iheopera- tions of Radio Free Europe and Radio Free Asia. This Crusade cannol succeed without your help. Your contribution is urgently needed lo maintain Radio Free Europe and Radio Free Asia lo help fight red lies with truth and lo win the cold war. Get behind this truth campaign now. 1 Help f==?\ 'bring to millions the promise ol future ] j freedom. Send your contribution lo)- Crusade lor Freedom, c/o your lofai postmaster. Help Truth Fight Communism Give to CRUSADE FOR FREEDOM Contributed in the public interest by COURIER NEWS CO ACTSTIK, Tex. (;P) — A refugee udent from Austria, upset after lovers' quarrel with his young merican fiancee, committed sul- de late yesterday by eating pol- med cookies, a city detective says. The itudent, 21-year-old Heinz ergcr, killed himself In a Unlver- ty of Texas science laboratory. His body was found slumped In chair by his fiancee, Miss Ellz- beth Tracht, 22. Berger and the Ft.' Worth coed ere to have been married next eek. After they quarreled yesterday fternoon In Bergers' laboratory, •liss • Tracht went to another lab o continue her own experiments. he returned an hour later with another coed to «• her again. Hto door, was locked «,, : the building superintendent wt called. ' • . :j Detective Merle WelU tald Bcrii ger, described by profeesora aj "very brilliant," had smeared - ey| anlde on cookies and ate them; ll He was working for t doet«r'' degree in • bacteriology. fi Miss Tracht wai hospitalised fc-i shock soon after the body wah found. A justice of the "pe«e« turned a verdict of lulcide. Cause of the lovers' quarrel wa not learned. Dr. John Gorris, of Ap»l»chJcoli Fla., is credited with having m ufactured the first ice In the t tn 1851. "' An Old Kentucky Tradition GIlfflORE KENTUCKY STRAIGHT | BOURBON $*86 (Flm Salei Tir) GLENMORE DISTILLERIES COMPANY • LOUISVILLE, ICY.?' 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