The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1949 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 14, 1949
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PAGE THREE BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 14,1M» THE NATION TODAY Need for Limitation of Debate In Senate Emphasized by Fast Work of House on Foreign Aid By James Mat-low <JL<f WASHINGTON, April U. (/!';—I'd be a pretty puzzled pigeon It I'd been sitting out in the midille or tnc Untied States the past two weeks trying to figure out Congress. * The talkative Senntc, with only 96 members, took two weeks to ap- porve the Marshall Plan for Europe for another year; but the House with 435 members took only about 17 hours, For those two weeks. The Senate spent almost every minute haggling over the Marshall Plan; except for the n hours on the plan, the House used the two weeks to race through a lot of other thlncs, The reason: ill the Senate there's no limit on debate; in the House there Is Of course, if House debate weren't limited, Its 435 members could use up a whole session debating one bill. So gabbiness has to be limited there. The Senate, whose 96 riignifiet members bend over backwards being polite to one another, wants no gag on talking and feels it still can get its work done. That's debatable. If the Senate keeps up its present slow rate, it's doubtful much of the program President Truman promised the voters last November can get through. But, then, it's doubtful ^Jmich of it would be passed anyway. v2^ Altogether now the Senate hns 'aecn talking about six xveck.s. Except for a couple days spent on passing new rent controls, the Senate has used those weeks on jusl two main subjects: civil rights nnd the Marshall Plan. Everything else had to wait. It used up between three weeks and a month in a filibuster on the civil rights program. Thai was shoved aside in the end and probably suffered a mortal blow for the rest of the session. Then, alter a brief pause to vote for 15 months more of rent control the Senate turned to the Marshall Plan and talked till last week-end. When It got into the plan there were long discourses that touched only remotely on it. And there were almost endless discourses on amendments, of which there were plenty. Amendments are changes which Flood Control Plan Endorsed Arkansas Senators Join in Sponsoring Mammoth Project Senator suggests be made In uiU. For Instance. Senalor Taft, Ohlo.Repnblican, offered one to cut Marshall Plan spending 10 per cent. That was defeated—for Ihe lime being, anyway. So. besides talking for days on the Marshall Plan itself, the Sennle talked for days on the amendments. U was different In the House. There amendments were offered too. but on sonic of them each Congressman who wanted to speak was limited to about 5 seconds. But even after nil the talk In both houses. Ihe last word hasn't been said on the Marshall Plan. For fill both Houses did wus approve letting the Marshall Plan continue for another year. But—am: his is Important—it hasn't voted iny money to keep It going. It will get around to vottiiK or 1 the money In a few weeks. Thai will ccrtiiinly mean move Senate debate and more proposals to cu down Ihe money for it. The House of course, will do a quicker job. Some Elephants A race of people in India nellcvi Unit all elephants have two trunks three eyes, and 10 legs, in tlie 1 to which elephanls go after death. WASHINGTON, April 14. </V|A plan for development of the Arkansas-White and Hed River basins was proposed yesterday by 11 seniors. They joined In sponsoring a bill •end led for introduction hi the Senate. The senators Included Mc- Clcllan <D-Ark), and Fulbrlght (D- Ark). Their bill calls for creation of a k3-man commission, representing federal agencies and the eight states of the Red River basins, to uakc a comprehensive water nnd soil survey of the area. The survey would aim at the :levelo]»ment of projects through co ordination of the services of the Army Engineers Corixs. the Bureau of Reclamation, Soil Conservation Service, pish and Wildlife Service and other agencies. Sen. Kerr, (D-Okla) satd In « statement that governors of Arkansas. Colorado. Kansas. Loulsl ana, Missouri. Mc'.v Mexico, Oklahoma ind Texas, each has been sent a copy of the proposal. Five of them, Governor Carlson of Kansas, Gov. Knoys of Colorado Gov. Turner of Oklahoma and Gov Long of Louisiana and Gov McMath of Arkansas, have replied favorably, Kerr snid, while the others have "indicated far more lliai Arkansas and Qxarks .ine Enlarges Petition To Operate Part of M & A WASHINGTON, April H. (,!>)_ The Arkansas and Cttnrks Railway Co. yesterday onliuged its application for authority to operate portions of the old Missouri and Arkansas railroad, The Missouri and Arkansas trucks are scheduled to be abandoned. The Arkansas and Ozarks Company recently asked the Inlcr.state Commerce Commission for permission to ucqiiirc and operate about 70 miles of Ihe track between Harrison, Ark, nnd Sellgmcn, Mo., In- udlng a (iliorl branch bctweer rccniEin and Uerryvllle, Ark. The amended application tllei iday asked authority to Inrludc i vo-mtlc branch between Junction rk., and Eureka Springs, Ark. The company said the change 1. elng marie in response to demand if rail service on that branch. CAREY MORE THAN 1924,000 GRAINS TO THE POUND EXTRA REFINED CAREY'S CARRIES THE FLAVOR assing Interest." '•This bill will give Congress tuince to look nl a single plan o evelopment which has been full oordlnaled by all the slate an eclcral agencies," Kerr said. "Hy Issuing this plan, (lie Con ress can .see the are'is as it now I ,s contrasted to Its complete, ma* mum development In Ihe future Rend courier News Want Ads Out-ot-State Residents' ax Status is Checked LITTLE ROCK, April 14. W—All oyullios collected on Arkansas' etroleuni produt-l.s by oul-of-stnlc c.sldt'iil.s arc sublet lo slat* In- xmie Ux, (tic Arkansas Revenue Ji'parlmcnl said today. W II. Orion, director of (he dc- mrtincnl's slntc Incoino lax division said his ollicc Is conducting mi tivc.sMualion to delevmlne how uany pp]'.sons owe the stu r .« money on oil royalties. Only a (ew non-Arkansas rcsl- lenls iwc'lviiiR royalties have paid stale Income tux voluntarily, OrLon siiid, adding that in many Instances the 1.ix has not Ijcen puld by persons living iu Arkansas. Ho declined to estimate the tiinunul o[ money paid to oul-ot- slate residents. \>nt suld tlio Ark- 1 ; Geology Department roixnled J1.C85.0;<3 barrels o( oil valued at approximately S7R.57H.8tll were pro- durcd In Arkansas lust year. Orton said Ihul nil companies and operators enniiRCd til Hie oil producing business In Arkansas have been paying the state tax. "The out-of-state re.sldenls live the one.s who hnvc been avoiding It," lie dodprcd. Engineer* Meet, Plan River Developments IB/axe in Dry Goods Store Under Control PINK BLUFF, Ark., April 14, W) —Army Engineer! met here yesterday to continue planning multipurpose Improvement of the Arkansas River. DLitrlci engineer* from Little Kock. 'niLsa, Okls., nnd VlctsburK, MlM., nindo RII air Inspection of Uio river In a fltglit fix>ni LJltle Rock to the point where the Arkansas enters the Mississippi. They plnn a boat trip from Pine Uhifl several miles downslreani for liulhei Inspection today. The district engineers are Ool, T. A. Lnnc, Little Rock, Col. C. H. Cliorpeiung, Tuba, and Col. M. O. Uiveti, Vlcksburg. OALLATIN, Mo., April 14. A nre In the E. II. Elbert dry goods store wns brought under control shortly yesterday nltornoon. The (lie wns discovered In Ihe attic of the Iwo slory IjulWlns at 11:30 a.m., and a short tlm* l*Ur calls for help were sent to fire departments at Cameron, Hamilton and Trenton. Wood Is used in more than 400e ways. Normally, we use about 40 per cent of our wood crop for lumber, and about 28 per cent lot fuel. Men who were nine feet tall anr birds which weighed 5011 pound.' were among I lie things to Inlercs 1 scientific explorers In 1948. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearera of falae teeth have Mineral real embarrassment be- cnuso their plate dropped, slipped 01 wabbted at Just the wrong time I)o not live In fear of this happening to you Just sprinkle • little KASTKETH, the alkaline (non-acid) powder, on your plates. Holds false teeth more firmly. 50 they feel more comlnrlauli! 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