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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Thursday, April 10, 1952
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Thursday,. I). S. Delegate Sees Peri! In Africa, Asia Many Unprepared For Situation, Soyre Declares Boston-Wi-Ambassador Francis B. Sayrc. United States representative in the United Nations Trusteeship Council, tint a situation exists In large parts of Asia and inost of Africa which -he de- ncrihes as "perilous," In a talk last nlRht.lo the American Academy of Arts and Sci- enres, he said the problem arises from appalling human need, om- blitcrinE memories of cruel racial discrimination and exploitation, and surging forces of nationalists under which many are confronting conditions for which they are unprepared. He said: "Men end women everywhere are fjucstionlng the right of one people to govern and conlrtil another dgiiiiut the lattcr's consent. Since the second World War some 500 million people--a f i f t h of the population of the world--have won political independence." 60 Planes Search For Missing Bomber Denver-(/P)-More than 60 planes today renewed the search for * twin-engined B-Zfl bomber miss- Ing. Tuesday morning on a flight from, Kansas City to Denver. Nearly 40 persons were searching the area^nenr' 13,228-foot 1 .lanies f*i'- 30. »'" ml'.cs southwest, of Boulder,'Colo.; from the ground indi.v for tne'cralt with Its I I passengers and crew members. Advtrtitt In the TIMES--It p.yi. HIM Liki Sin! lot Haw I Iria Get uperdy r*ltef from mltrrr of pit*. Amatfor formula developed by famntii *S- ym-flld Rectal Clink Mn»i fmt palllal!v» relief from vartinc rtln, itching »or« new. Hilpi future Shrink ·wtliinr, ·often. ·»rj pj.ria. Mali* life watt* lUinc train --P-t the mHktllon proved hy e«Mrknee with 18,000 clinic raUcnti. Q«t IVmte* ·tn9tr-ln olntn-.rnt or luppmltorr form 1 -- · fromJfcur druislit Mir. You'll dUeewr ·ImM jelltf Kt once--flr your money refund;* A»)t inr It by name-Tlwritaii mn*t--~K goot crug iter««*. PILES legal RlgM Of Mure To Be Debited In (emjresi Washington - Ml · CongreM squired off today for » bitter fight over whether the government has the legal right to «elze the tteel mills. Some legislators cried "dictator" and "usurper" at President Truman for his order seizing the plants t o ' avert a nationwide strike. Others defended his action. The president fired back with « tart special message inviting the lawmakers to write their own law for handling such » situation if they did not like his methods. The fight sprawled out on many fronts on Capitol Hill: 1. Then Senate Banking Committee, headed by Senator Maybank (D-SC). called a week's recess in Its efforts to write a bill continuing authority for the government's wage, price, rent and credit control program. Maybank charged the president with a comedy of errors In handling the steel dispute, and Mid he feared "these' mistakes" had Imperiled the whole inflation-control program! 2. A. Senate Labor Subcommittee headed by Senator Humphrey (D-Mlnn) frankly favorinE the president's stand, won jurisdiction over the handling of any labor legislation that might result from the president's message. Humphrey predicted there would- bo none, but called to meet Monday and consider its slop. 3. The Senate and House utiKsefl bill extending the president's emergency war powers until June 1, but wrote into it a provision that nothing in its language should be construed as authorizing government seizure of.privately owned plants except public utilities. Whether It could affect the steel seizure remained In dispute. 4. In the House, Representative Harrison (D-Va) 'introduced a resolution urging Congress to declare .the steel plant seizure Illcrjal. But Senator Murray (D-Mont), I'hdlrmnn of the Senate Labor Committee, worked on a bill to give the president broader powers to seize tny plants as a strike- settling device. 5; Senator. Morse (R-Oro) beat Murray to the punch. He introduced i bill to write into the Taft- Hartley labor relations law a section giving (He government broad powers. to seize plants in industrial disputes. It would set up procedures for running the plants. Under the Tuft-Hartley act-which some believe the president should hive invoked--the government cm obtain an 80-day court order against · strike that would damige national welfare. Truman said In his message this i the Republican presidential nom- wnuld take too long and might not i inatlon, charged the president had bring about a final settlement. | "usurped" the powers he invoked Senator Taft of Ohio, seeking I to seize the plants. Embassy Announces Defeat Of Armed Revolution In Bolivia Buenos Aires, Argentina--(^)-. The Bolivian gmbassy here 5aid I loclny it has received a cable from ! La Paz, Bolivia, announcing defeat of the revolution in Bolivia. | i The cable was signed by Gen. j | Humbcrto Torres -Ortiz, chief o f ; j t h c 3.Dlivi»n general staff. It save [ i no details.'Humbcrto Palza Sol is, | j thr Bolivian ambassador to .Ar-} Kcntina, received similar information last nijfht by telephone. BALLIVIAN Fighting continued through the night in the revolt, trying to overthrow the j u n t a regime which scfKcd power 11 months ;igo. The rebels arc backers of Victor Par. fcstenssoro, exiled leader of the National Revolutionary Party ( M N R ) , whri won the most votes among six candidates in last year's presidential elections but never gained office. 18 rersotiH Killed Brig. Gen. Antonio Solcmc. Interior minister in the m i l i t a r y junta, turned against his fellow officers and helped lead the revolt, which began at dawn yesterday. At least IH persons were kill- 'ed and 60 injured during the first day's fighting. Most of-the army reportedly remained loyal to the military regime. But the rebels 'included some army and police officer?. Gen. Hugo Ballivian. head of 1 the military government, reportedly took refuge with his garrison at the airport. ' Little Response Kadio appeals for workers and students to join the rebels drew little response. Hesidents of La Haz, a city of 300,000. crouched in their homes behind tightly shuttered doors and windows. The streets remained empty except for troops and truckloads of armed civilians.' Pnz Estenssoro, leader of* the MNR. is the Idol of the tin miners in this tin-rich nation. Paz Estcnsson polled 54,129 votes out of 126.125 in the presidential election last May fl. Because he failed to got a .majority. Congress was In pick-a president from the three loading candidates. Before the legislators could act, Ballivian seized the government, threw out the election results and abolished Congress, Mclaughlin To Run As An Independent Hot Sprlngs-Wj-Leo ' P. Mc- I.aughlln says he'll pass up the Democratic primaries to run for prosecuting attorney of Garland and Montgomery counties as an independent in the November general election. The former .mayor of Hot SorinRR and long-time Garland County political leader charged last night that his "political enemies" bgught 4,000 poll tax re- ceipts.last.year to use against him In the summer primaries. "I've had enough political ox ocricnc? to keep me from fallin into a poll tax trap," lie said, new set of poll tax . receipts w: be used for, voting in the loner election. . Slim Chance For Funds Asked By Revenue Bureau Dunlap Says Money Needed To Enforce Gambling Tax Law Washington-f/PH/PJ-Two k'e y senators said today chances are slim for providing funds the Internal Revenue Bureau ' says it* must have to enforce the .new gambling tax law. Senator K i l g o r e (D-WVa), chairman of the appropriations subcommittee which h a n d l e s funds for .the bureau, said he iff sympathetic io the agency's request for more personnel. But he doubted the 35 million dollars cut out of the Internal Revenue Bu- Goodbye Heartburn -Hello TUMS! Qgiclc relief for sour nomad acid indigestion. ' " In Ike TIMKR--II tui ffjyow arc d·ftciMtf In Vitamin* ·,... I, or Nlotln TJi*iVf no MM! fo Miffw from H th«M lymptMiit or* tin* f« rftotairv d*Ac(«ficl«» which ·eewr only wh«n HM rfally Intak* ·* Vita- mini Ij, Ij, an* Nlacta to InivflltlMit »VM · pr*» l*ng*4 ptrlMl. Ttwy rf* n*t (n ttwmMlwt pr«« · rfifltary dvfkltncy mn4 m«y havi athtr «VSM »r IM ,diM f* fuftcttM*i conrflttoni.. 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Ecton said the Senate appears to be just as economy-minded as the House this' year, "especially those of us who are running for re-election." The Montanan declarej that in his view " impossible to enforce the gambling tax," InteranI Revenue Commissioner, John B. Dunlap wrote Kilgore that Congress should give his bureau to. enforce the gambling tax or repeal it. Dunlap said the entire federal tax system is "balancing precariously on the brink" of collapse through lack of f u n d s to enforce the new gambling,levy. The first Rotary Club was formed in Chicago in 1905. · Among the discoveries that Columbus made in America was rubber.' POWER CHAIN SAWS F. O. I. P O I T L A N D . O R E G O N »««lert Wtnttl! WOOD BOSS, INC. law s. i. UNION AV:NU£ P O R T L A N D U. O C E G O N KM, ·» with. rrtotti* mm tan. NOTICE The Retail Merchants Committee of the Chamber of Commerce Requests That All Fayetteville Businesses Close From 1 to 2 P.M. 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