Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 18, 1952 · Page 5
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March 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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NORTHWUT ARKANSAS TIMIS, tayttttvHI*. Attorn**, T»i|»y, ton Senators rotttr Mil Bom,."-., Checking Up On Communists A Tedious Job Court Actions Hold Up Decision; Final Decision Far Off Washington-yPJ-Smoking o u t the Communist narty has been a long dreary job.which will take a long time to finish. It was understood the job couldn't be speedy when Congress in the fall of 1950 passed, and then re-passed over President Truman's veto, a law intended to crack down on Communist activities in many directions. This story deals with only.one phase of it: Forcing the Communist party to register as a Communist-action outfit--meaning, a Moscow agent--and list its sources of income, with the names of its leaders and members. Ever since April, 1951, the Justice Department has been presenting evidence to the five-member Subversive Activities C o n t r o l Board, appointed by the president, to prove thj Communist party Is a Moscow agent. The board itself was appointed October 23, 1950, one month after the law was passed. But the board couldn't start its hearings until the following April for various reasons. The Justice Department needed time to gather evidence, in .the form of documents and witnesses, and the Communists tried to wreck the machinery by seeking court injunctions, which were denied. So far the government lawyers have offered a ton of documents and 19 witnesses a: ind still have the board to show the party is working for Moscow. May Finish By May The government hopes to finish its case by May. Then it's the party's turn to produce evidence to- refute the Justice Department. It could use a year or two doing that. But here in Washington it's thought the party, whose top leaders are in jail or fugitives, may not require more than a couple of months to offei- evidence in its own defense to the board. Then the board will require more time, months probably, to reach a decision. If the board agrees with the attorney general that the party is ' taking orders from Moscow and (ells it to register, then-The party can appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals to overturn the board. If it loses there, the party can appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. All that will take many months. . Assuming that the board rules against the party, it's not expected that a decision from the Supreme Court can be expected before late in 1953, at the earliest. Springdale , Hex Underbill, seaman recruit. USN, is receiving his training al six more witnesses to bring before the U. S. Naval Training Center at San Diego, Calif. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Underbill of Springdale. Qive. Colwifyld Pnaieciive. Kecudu TO YOUR HOME WITH THESE COOK'S PAINTS For the PERFECT COLOR SCHEME In Deep-Toned Colors In Either Sheen SHADOTONE FLAT AS tow AS SATIN ENAMEl · AS $145 · Quart ENAM M 65 Quart s^hbabh ENAMELS COOK'S SHADOTONE FLAT ENAMEL--a flat, g!arefree finish. 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Root of Fayetteville, state Parent-Teacher Association parliamentarian; was the g u e s t speaker at the Robert E. Lee P.T.A.'meeting Monday afternoon. Mrs. Jim Wilson presided. The St. Raphael Altar Society sponsored a card party Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Highfill on Maple Drive. The proceeds will be used for the parish. swcred by giving the name of flowers they were planting.- Mrs. L. M. Rlggs spoke on "Waking Up the Garden." Refreshments were served. Guests were Mrs. Dean Allen and Mrs. Boycr. both of Springdale, and Mrs. Thompson and Mrs, Hart of West Fork. The April meeting will be held in the park to plant flowers. The Booklovers Club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. P. Hail on Allen Avenue. Mrs. D. E. Eichcr presided. Mrs.. Howard Henry was in charge of the program and introduced the guest speaker, Mrs. Rosa Marinoni ol Fayetteville. At the close of the meeting a social hour was held and refreshments were served by the hostess. The St. Patrick's Day motif was followed. Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Cook of Edwardsville, Kqn., 1 were cuests over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reed. Mrs. Cook is. Mrs, Reed's niece. Mrs. Paul Condra was taken in a Callison-Sisco ambulance to the County Hospital Sunday morninj after suffering a heart attack at her home on Highwy 71. The Friendship Sunday School Class of the First Christian Church met Monday night lor a St. Patricks Day party 'at the church. Hostesses .for the 'evening were Mrs. Raymond Langford and Mrs. Benjamin M. Mayo. Several guests were present. Refreshments were served by the hostess.. The Sprin'gdale Iris Garden Club .met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. C. Struebing. | Jr., southeast of Springdale on Highway 68. Mrs. Percy Braun presided over the business meeting. Mrs. S. E. Williams, brought a short devotional, and the club members repeated 1 the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Carl Hewitt called the roll and each .member an- The Junior Chamber of Commerce met Monday night a t ' t h e A. Q. Chicken House on Highway 71 North. Ellis Stafford presided. Representatives of the' Benevolent and Amusement Association explained the concessions plans for the 1952 Rodeo of the Ozarks. All stands, booths, and other money- raising affairs will be handled by home'town groups and will be inside the" rodeo grounds. H was voted to discontinue the practice of allowing a carnival to operate. Buckner -'.Mr. and Mrs. Otto Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunlap and Mrs. Cordia Drake visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester House in .Harrison Sunday. ' Milton 'Boyd of .Wichita, Kan., visited Mrs.' Boyd and children last week. . . Mr.- and Mrs. John Kelly and daughters, Mary .and Elizabeth, and Mrs. Florence Stroud of.An- derson, Mo., were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs..Fry Davis and Mrs. Myrtle Wagner. Mrs. Wagner has been ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Couch visited I Mr. and Mrs. Bird Ritchie. at Crosses Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ballnrd Drake entertained Sunday nt luncheon for the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Brazil Lcd- ford and daughter, Betty Jo, of Elkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robbins and son, Larry. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Elzie visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith at Parks- dale Sunday. Sgl. Clinton Combs of Camp Chaffec spent the weekend w i t h , his mother, Mrs. Ada Combs; Mrs. Mary Daniels of Vlnila, Okla., last week visited her ulstor, Mrs. Nellie Brooks, whom she had not seen for 3(i years. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Longstrrct of Pawhuska visited Sunday in the Ernst Von Erdmannsdorff home. The Buckner Home Demonstration Club will meet Friday with Mrs. Cordia Drake for a cooperative luncheon at noon, Charles Jackson, son of Mrs. Tom Paris, is ill with the measles. Bromfield Gives U.A. Work In Panama Praise Louis Bromfield, novelist nml experimental, farmer. Has commended the accomplishments of University scientists ' who lire working with technicians in Pan iitmt under the Point Four Program. The author Mild of the Divlsa Agricultural School, where the University staff .members arc working, that "the work they are doing there should eventually add $100,000,000 ycnrly to Panamanian income," Bromfield visited the project while In Panama for about five days. He declared' thut the possibilities for agricultural and economic expansion are u n l i m i t e d In Motorists' dollars go farther when pavements are CONCRETE 'T'HE DOLLARS you pay J- in gas taxes and license fees go farther when they are invested in concrete pavement. Concrete usually costs less to b u i l d t h a n other pavement of equal load-carrying capacity. It serves longer and with less maintenance expense. Concrete stretches motorists' gas and tire mileage, reduces wear and tear on cars and drivers. 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