The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 23, 1947
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, Ai'iui, aa, tan- I!IATI1I>;VIM,E (AUK.) COUH1KU NEWS Operators to Get Coal Mines Back Government to Return Bituminous Pirs June 30, Bargaining or Not WASHINGTON. A]>til '2'.1 <Ul>>~Secretary ol Interior J. A. Knr; erday Ihe [;overnment will Ihe snft eoal mines back to private operators on June ;iO even if the miners and the operators do not return to collective I'iiiniiiB. "We are not [:oin^ to ask for extension of authority to operate j tile mines," Klll(! told a liovtsu The United Mine Workers and a mnnljer of private operators already have accepted a government invitation to meet and start wori; on a private sofi coal contrac:. The ncKotjaiiems are scheduled to si-ir', here April 2fl. Hot there is no assuranio that an agreement will be reached in the ui'xt two months. The UMW tra- (lilicnally does not work without a contract, ami i|,n contract with Ihe i-overmnellt will expire, on June ™. when present federal authority h) operate the mines exnires. Knii; told the committee that "'is! is Ihc (line to reesiahlish tolloe-ive unreining i,, uiis in- ""slry if we are ever going 10 reestablish it." Kriiu said !h;n a:>v "war" he.- i t'Acc-n himself and UMW chief I John i... Lewis is one-sided and I exist.-; only ;•> ;hc mind of Lewis. ' 'I am not ai wav with Mr. Lewis i.vone else." he said. -The op>n and welfare of the coal ^'4 industry i s far too import- llteir likes and dislikes." Perplexed PAGE FIVE : Hearing Is Set for Man Who Shot County Agent Cl.-KVEl.A'Nl), Tenn., April L'3. iUl'1- Preliminary heailnn will he hold next Monday tm Ployd C.>y <») (lie ch.-ircc.s lie shot C. U Doughty, Chaltanoe-KU District Aurivuliural uui'iit, near here Mtir. 7. Grin-by was reliuncd here Moii- day Ironi Itichmond, Va., where he was arrested Saturday by the I'ed- eia] Bureau of Investigation. John Deere, vilhme hlacksmlth nf Grand Dolour. 11!., made the llrsi steel plow In 1837. have ji serioiK recession or de- pre.-ion," .Snyder said. "All '.he elements tn the economic picture point toward continuance of the national Income at He leheriiled the iidinlntstmllon's position that (he entire amount of any .surplus for the pvesejil .should he 1 used '<> pay olf part, of the imhlie debt. Joe Anderson. Houson, Tex., Inlo the iKifcinciit at Texas Tele|)hoto.) , is battled by ii piece or boiler driven City by the force of the bla-.i. INHA Buying Slump Not Necessary, Snyder Insists ReuHier Raise Demands in! Face of 15c Hike WASHINGTON. April 22— (UP> Secretary of Treasury John W. Enyder predicted today that there will not be a serious economic recession during the next 15 months. He told the Senate Finance Committee yeslcrday that he thought industry would cooperate in lowering high prices. Hut he contended that, income tax cuts now would disrupt Prcsndcnt Truman's I paien to bring prices down. | Snyder was the first witness as the cotnmi.tce opened hearings on APRIL '"! _ (upi J income tax cuts. He said the trca- Waitcr p. Kcuther. president O [ the : SL "'- V stiu believes S38.8UO,Oljl).nQO CIO United Auto Workers, aban- i is :l "l"' t ! )or ' conservative" estimate; d"m-d his demamis for a' 2H-1-2' "" K"verniiieiit income during the eein raise from General Motors • lisici1 ' - vc 'ar starting next July 1. Corporation yesterday and reports i Wepnbiicans have been using uu- lie was willing to settle at or near nf 'iciiil estimates running as high Ihe 15-ccnt jncie.-ise now recon- j :1!i S4'!.OOO.OCO.foa as a major artll- "i-Td PS :he national wa«e |i,illern, ! mcn; lor culling income laxes. Heutiicr twice delayed v-ae.e ne-1 H:1 >'der said the treasury's revenue estimate was based on a national income of $168,000,000,000 instead of tile present annual rate ol around sno.OI.O.OOO.OOO. He said a general price decrease KCtlations with I,. G. !3.-;\tcn. 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