The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1952 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, NOV. IS, 1952 Demos Should Welcome Morse, Humphrey Says fcLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS By JOHN CHADWICK , WASHINGTON (*>_ Sen. Humphrey (D-Minn) said today Democratic senators should welcome Ben. Wayne Morse of Oregon into the!; party caucus If he wants to come. Morse, turning against President- elect Dwjglit D. Eisenhower during ihe presidential campaign, quit the Republican party to support Gov. Adlal E. Stevenson of Illinois, the Democratic nominee, and declared himself nn independent. Whether Republican senators will take reprisals against Morse In the new Senate convening Jan. 3, possibly depriving him of his present choice committee assignments, is uncertain. Morse now holds places on the Armed Services and Labor Committees. Humphrey, a leader of the "New Deal-Fair Deal" wing of ihe Democratic party, told a reporter the Democrats should throw open the door to Morse. On the other hand, Humphrey Bald that Democratic senators who "(urn their backs on (he national party ticket also ought to receive their reward"—in less preferential treatment. X The matter of reprisals against Democrats who "supported the opposition" should be considered in connection with committee as- .signments. Humphrey said, at the caucus of Democratic senators early next year. In a separate Interview, Sen. ' Hunt (D-Wyo), said anyone who used the Democratic parly to get nominated and then, support the Republicans "doesn't belong in the Democratic caucus." Neither Hunt nor Humphrey called any names. Senator-elect Price Daniel of .Texas, a Democrat who had Republican endorsement, campaigned openly for Eisenhower. Sen. Harry F. Byrd, Virginia Democratic leader, stopped short of urging Eisen, hower's election but he disavowed • the Slevenson-Sparkmarj ticket. In Nevada Sen. Pat McCarran, another veteran Democrat, worked for the re-election of Republican Sen. George Malone.and also exchanged barbed remarks with Stevenson. MacArthur's Documents Go to Army WASHINGTON W _ Thlrty-Uv, packing cases of documents Gen Douglas MacArthur had brought from Japan and stored in a Brooklyn warehouse have been transferred to Army custody in New York. Brig. Gen. Frank Dorn, deputy chief of Army information, said yesterday the transfer took place about two weeks ago and, as far as he knew, was not the result of anv political pressure. Demands had been made thut MacArthur turn the papers over to the Army after It was reported the general was retaining possession of them for writing a personal history. Dorn announcing the transfer, said it followed an agreement •worked out "amicably", between MacArthur and Lt. Gen. Willis Crittenbergcr, First Army Commander. He laid MacArthur still has access to the documents. The Washington Times-Herald tn a copyrighted article said Secretary of the Army Pace had ordered Critfcnberger to take over the papers. MacAiihur was not rearced for immediate comment. A Long Shot? FAKENHAM, England (fl>) _ A perfect whist hand _ a complete suit to all four players _ was dealt at a local whist drive last night - '*jKC2.t^v &*&&& f iraa .- , • just "peanuts." Judge Rules Self Innocent on Gaming Charge; Court Orders Investigation DAYTON, Tenn. (/p t — An investigation was scheduled today In connection with a verdict of innocent which Sessions Judge Harold Duncan gave himself and five others on gaming charges. The investigation was ordered yesterday by Circuit Judge Alan S. Kelly of South Pittsburgh. Tenii., who said he also had revoked an order by Duncan to return 21 slot ma- by baker Edward Parker. Slide rule experts calculated the odds against this were 2 235 197 406,895,366.368,301,560000 to one ' chines to the owners. Sheriff Mack Thurman of Rhea County reported yesterday that Duncan was arrested at a poker game by his chief deputy when the deputy was sent to get a warrant for three men charged in the slot machine seizure. Duncan had been seen at the game earlier, Thurman said. The judge said he was "only told to come in" and was not arrested He admitted he signed a $250 appearance bond. . "I presided at the hearing and charges against all six cited, including myself, were dismissed . The other five testified they were not playing poker but were playing rummy. They also said I was not playing. . ." he added. Thurman.said he testified he saw all the defendants : playing. Judge Kelly said he asked the district, attorney general's office to investigate both matters. Duncan charged the raid was "political" and stemmed ' from his statemenl to the County Court that he was "going to stop the sheriff from drawing fees from the General Sessions Court." Thurman denied both charges. "There Is very little truth In It," he said. Abel Janszoon Tasman, Dutch navigator, discovered the island of Tasmania in 1C42. PAGE NINB AfricaParliament Is Ruled Illegal High Court Dismisses Government's Appeal Of Court's Ruling BLOEMFONTEllf, Smilh Africa M'l~Sonth Africa's Appeal Court today unanimously branded Prime Minister Daniel p. Malan's Hleli Court of Parliament as Illegal. The court's action posed new threats of Brave civil strife for the race-torn country. The five judges—their country's highest court until creation ot the parliamentary tribunal _ dismissed the government's appcn'l against the Supreme lower Court's ruling tliat Parliament acted unconstitutionally in setting Itself up as'the highest court to rule on constitutional questions. Parliament, In which Malan's Notionalist's have a small majority, took thnt action after IDc courts struck down a key law In the premier's ''While supremacy 1 ' program. The Appeal Court's action left Malan two possible courses of action: 1—He could defy the verdict and call on the High courl of Parliament to rule itself a legal body. 2—He could - accept the verdict and call an early general election In which he would seek a large enough majority to re-enact his disputed rnce laws within the framework of Hie Constitution. The nation already Is torn by recurring bloodshed nnd violence and a NeBtf) civil disobedience campaign against restrictive laws. nole reading: "Act nat- -—..*. A u,^> vi, J<7U, Give me all your money and giv. me three minutes to get away." 'Grandma' Robber Strikes Again LOS ANGELES Ml — Grandma has struck again. She got »1,212 In a Wllshlre Boulevard holdup Oct. 17, and yesterday she held up the Union Bank and Trust Company on South Hill Street, getting $2,000. I* 1 " 1 He knows who has the cleanest, freshest wash in (own . . . who is satisfied with halfway, old-fashioned methods. How'do you rate? Do you know our delivery man? 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