The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1954 · Page 7
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May 20, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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THURSDAY, MAY JO, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN McCarthy-Army Probe Has Taken Many Strange Twists and Turns By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON (AP) — Even Thurston the magician would get eyestrain trying to watch the rabbit to see what hat it was in in the Senate investigation of the Army-McCarthy fight. The hearings, which started April 22, seemed all but dead last Monday after they were- shut down for a week. They're supposed to start up again next Monday. That's no sure bet. The inquiry began as an attempt to find out who was lying- Secretary of the Army Stevens and his aides of Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) and his aides—in their bushel basket of charges and countercharges. But now McCarthy says that .from his viewpoint "the all-important thing is the motive—who started this, who is responsible for the Army charges." After some confusion on who did v start it, Stevens yesterday said he was responsible. He'll probably have to repeat that under oath. If and when he does, McCarthy may say he's still not convinced. If he insists finding the motive takes precedence over finding the truth or falsity of the charges, he may use it as a reason for walking out without testifying. Can't Ute Force No one yet has explained how the Senate subcommittee making the investigation could force McCarthy to testify or even attend the inquiry if he didn't want to. He couldn't be arrested and brought in. McCarthy is in Washington on Senate business. And under the Constitution no senator can be arrested while serving as a senator except for treason, a felony or a breach of the peace. However, he has never said he wouldn't testify, and he has taken the stand once briefly already. Yet after all this time only two HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Voris Workman Holland News A total of 783 people of the Holland district had chest x-rays made Thursday at the mobile unit. This lacked 7 of meeting the quota set for the day, the quota being 800, or 100 per hour. Baccalaureate services for Holland school were held Sunday night with Truman House, Church of Christ minister, delivering the sermon. Other parts of the service included songs, by a senior group and a pinao solo by Rae Lavonne Cohoon. The Rev. Marvin Niblack minister gave the invocation and benediciton and Mrs. T. R. Wilkins played the processional and recessional. Grades 6, 7, and 8, accompanied by their teachers, Mrs. Clarence TJtely, Mrs. Clovis Fowler and Joe Lester, went to Hayti Monday on their class picnic and roller-skated at the rink there, eating a picnic lunch at noon. The Brownie Scouts, accompanied by Kathleen Swift, Genevieve Avis, Mrs. Anderson Nicks and Mr and Mrs. T. R. Wilkins, went to Memphis Saturday. The Women's Society for Christian Service met at the Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon with 10 members present. Mrs. V. Workman gave a discussion on the study course "Alcohol and Christian Responsibility." The Town and Country Club met Wednesday night with Mrs. Arnold Moon. At bridge Mrs. Lewis Hester won high score. Mrs. Virgil Utley won 'second and Mrs. Donald Long, bridgo. Mrs. Moon served refreshments. Mrs. Porter Harris was a patient in Chickasawba 'Hospital last week. She was to go to Memphis Tuesday for futher medical treatment. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Erase and daughter of Jackson, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Volkerding. Judy and Jarie Volkerding who have been visiting the Hinders for several weeks returned home •with their parents to Gordonville. Mrs. Onedar Smith of Blytheville visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilferd and Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal Smith last week end. Mrs. Noble Capehart returned to Memphis Tuesday for further medical treatment resulting from an eye ailment. Voris Workman went by train Saturday night to St. Louis to visit Randall Workman and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hampton and three children of Arcadia, Ind., visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Avis- drove to Parma Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allison. Orbee Harris and family were in Maiden Sunday visiting relatives. Jerry Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Payne is a patient at Walls CUTTING CORNERS-This iron has a pivoting front point that enables the ironer to swing around corners, and reach parts of the garment which a conventional iron couldn't get to without changing position of clothing on the board. It was shown at an exhibition at Wiesbaden, Germany. The gadget is controlled by a fwist of the handle. ' hosiptal because of a liver ailment. He expects to be home within a few days, Benny Joe, Barton and Dorothy Harris were at home over the weekend with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Porter Harris. Dorothy was accom- pained by a friend, Marilyn Mallette, of .St. Louis. Miss Maggie Harber spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Albert Prince in Caruthersville. Mrs. Minnie Marshall of Steele, and Mrs. Ivy Samford called on Mrs. S. J. Workman Sunday. A son. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Casey at the . Kennet hospital last week. Mrs. Casey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Wilson. A/3c Kenneth Weaver is still cri- tivally ill at the naval hospital in Newport, R. I. He expects to be transferred to Memphis this week. His wife, Jennie Sue Pritchard and his mother returned to Houston, Texas, after having been with him the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Holly were in Memphis Monday, going down for a medical checkup for Mrs. Holly. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harris of Fort Worth, Texas, are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Moon. Mrs. Harris is formerly of Kennett. of the main witnesses—Stevens and Army Counselor John G. Adams—have been called on for full testimony and neither of them has finished yet. Four main witnesses remain to be called: McCarthy; his subcommittee's chief counsel, Roy M. Conn; his chief of staff, Francis P. Carr; and H. Struve Hensel, assistant secretary of defense. Before they ever finish, if the hearing lasts that long, squads of other witnesses undreamed of now may be pulled into the case. Nevertheless, Sen. Mundt (R- SD), acting subcommittee chairman who said the hearings will begin again Monday, predicted they'd wind up in about 10 days after that. That may turn out to be as dreamy as the predictions made before the hearings started the first time: that they'd be over in 10 days or two weeks. Many Hours Lost This investigation has taken strange twists and turns, including the many hours lost by the investigating senators in their search for a way to save time. The strangest came when President Eisenhower got into the picture: He refused—on the constitutional grounds that the Senate had no right to nose into private conversations among his advisers—to let the Senate subcommittee question some of those advisers. Adams said he had talked with them about alleged improper pressures from McCarthy's office, and was advised to list them in writing. The chronology later grew into the Army charges now before the senators. McCarthy cried, in effect: "Who really pulled the strings? Did Stevens and Adams and Hensel make the charges against me and my staff on their own or were they pushed into it? Whom am I fighting here?" The other senators said that was a good question. They wanted to find out, too, and suspended the hearings last Monday to see if Eisenhower could be persuaded to let them question his advisers. He still said no yesterday and Stevens jumped in to say the Army alone was responsible for the charges. 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