The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 18, 1948
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PAGE .TWO Bill to Extend US RoadAidOkayed Tentative Act Would Maintain Government Program 3 Yean WASHINGTON, March 18. (UP) —The House Public Works Committee yesterday opproved a tcii- litlve bill to extend the federal lOvemment's postwar highway con- »truction program another three rears until July l, 1962. Rep. P»ul Cunningham. B., la., author of the proposal and cliair- ninn of tlie Public Roads Siibrain- niltte, said the vote was "iiiaclicni- ly unanimous." Two or three members, he said, held out for a two- year program. ' He uid a new bill will be Introduced today. The measure, which calls for the federal government to contribute up to $500,000.000 a year In highway junds lo the states, "will continue the same matching and allocation formula. The original program was set up to enable the states to i.jii-,Uucl and repair state nnd federal highway networks neglected during wartime manpower and iimterlul shortages. It was scheduled to expire next July t. Only One Change Cunningham said the only basic change In the program is township roads now will he continued with county roads under the farm-to-market highway program. The period of grace in which states can qualify for federal a:d also was extended from two L-.I three years. This means thai the states will have until July 1, 1055. V) qualify for funds under the 1952 tro;rirn. Under the program, federal highway funds ate allocntcd to the states one-third on the basis of area, one-third on tho busts on population and one-third on the basu of rond mileage. The program earmarks $'225.000,000 a year for federal highway?, S150.000.000 for farni-to-marktt roads and $125.000,000 tor city highways, Living Beouty for Easter BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS In Bermuda, workers plucked blossoms from a field of while lilies so as lo leave this cross for the dehyht of visitors on Eiistfr Sunday. Consolidation Of Air Route Hearings Seen WASHINGTON, Mnrclj 15. (UP) —The Civil Aeronautic. 1 ; Board snW yesterday it may consolidate nil airline applications for Southern East-West routes for a single hearing this Spring. The board said that n pre-hear- Ing conference will be heltl April 15 on Branlff Airways' Amarillo. Tex.- Los Angeles application, it said (lie following applications may be considered at the same time' in a so- called Southern Transcontinental Route case: Eastern Air Lines tfcw Orleans to San Francisco; Chicago and Southern Air Unc.s—Ne.v Orleans to •Los Angeles; National Airlines — Kcv Orleans to San Francisco- Branilf—Oklahoma City to Los Angeles; Delta Airlines—Fort Smith to Albuquerque; American Airlines — El Paso to New Orleans, and Peninsula Air Transport—Miami, Fi.i., to Los Angeles. New Orleans has protested to th° board that delay in acting on applications affecting it might postpone service to the West Coast until WAKMXG ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chtcka- «awba District, Mississippi County Arkansas. Ruth McDaniel Phillips, pitff vs. No. 10,415 Aubrey Phillips, Deft. The defendant Aubrey Phillips is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Ruth .McDaniel Phillips. Dated this 10 day of March 1M3 HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk By Betty Peterson. D. c tlf *"' Coopcri aUor "£y lor plaiu- 3 11-lB-M-i 1 House Sidetracks Oleo Tax Bill For Rest of Session WASHINGTON, March 18 (UPl —The House Agriculture Committee yestcniay voted 14 to 10 to set np n special .subcommittee to Investigate the entire oleomargarine tax scm- ahhle. The j!roll|> will report, hack to Congress before next Dec. 31. The vote, It was learned, was strlckly along party lines with Republicans voting for the investigation. The committee yesterday voted to .sidetrack all oleo tax legislation tor the rest of the session. flKDKK In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- .sau-ba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Dorothy KirUy. Plaintiff vs No. 10.414 Olan Klrby, Defendant The defendant Ola:i Kirby Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named !n the c:ipllon hereof and answer the complaint of the plulivtlfr, Durothy Klrby. Dated this 10th day of March IMS. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk By llotty Peterson. D. C Attorney for plaintiff, C. F. Cooper. 3 11-18-25-4J1 Truman's Talk Will Not Alter Tax Cut Plans WASHINGTON, March II. (UP) —A Senate Republican leader said President Truman's foreign policy pronouncements yesterday will not alter GOP plaru to cut taxea by M.800,000,000 Chairman Eugene D. Mjtljkin of the Senate Finance Committee tald "no reason has been presented" for not going ahead with tax reduction. "We'll go ahead the first thing tomorrow," the Colorado Republican said. The Senate had postponed from yesterday until today the opening of debate on taxes. The delay gave the Senators some time to think over Mr. Truman's proposals. Apparently GOP fiscal leaden didn't think Mr. Truman'i request for « temporary re«toratlon of th. draft and Universal Military Train ing would make It necessary to change their tax thinking. MUllkln'i view* al*o were JUD- ported by a leading Democrat. Sen. Walter F. George, D., CH., aald tit did not think the president's proposals would have "any special effect" on the plans to cut Hue*. Many Democrats were reported In favor of a *4,000,000,000 cut Jn income taxei. The House ha» voted smaller cut of M*»,003,000 would Republican Senators relt that the smaller cut of $4,80,000,000 would attract sufficient Democratic votej to over-ride a presidential veto, To Takti Somp/e Ceniut CAPE OIRARDEAU, Mo., March 18 (VP>— The Bureau of Census announced that an official »nd I through sample censu* will be taken in Cape Girardeau and Perry Coun- Attorney Accuses JVA Officiots of 'Mis-Statements' WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP) —Arthur L. Davis, Tennessee Val- iey Authority attorney, yesterday ccuwd TVA directors or "mfsrep- utf 1 !* 11 .'?"*" on pollc >' •"" »5- inlstrative matters. He made the charge In testifying at a senate Public Worlu Sub-corn" JnlUee hearing on a. bill by Sen Kenneth McKeJlar, D., Tenn The bill would give Congress closer con- trolI over the authority's administration and finance. He cited what he called conflicting statements In an authority publication on fertilizer, "food at SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY! Served-ond enjoyed- in homes from coast lo coast and in Central and South America. Rich, ripe flavor. Soft corbonaHon. Six full ounces of true hospitality in a graceful, quick- chill bottle. Demand the original. A«k for it by n*mei "A GRAPETTE, please." G'uipette THIRSTY ~ NOT Ever Chart Your Moods? C.&W. CLEANERS l'"ew ,,coplc tin, but like simck- "»K "I 1:00 and music while you slcpinc mil In freshly ntul pressed clothes K ivcs a lifl In y ( ,iir spi,i( s , [{•,. nn PRS.V-to-KCt lifl. 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