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Tuesday, January 6, 1953
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TUESDAY, JAN. 6, 1953 —————_____ Taft Agrees to Wide Open Hearing on T-H Changes By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (Jft — Sen. Talt (R-Ohlo) said today he and Rep. McConnoll (R-Pa) have agreed on "wide open" hearings on proposals lo amend Ihe 7'aft-HarHcy Act. Taft told reporters he expect: these hearings to begin simullan eously In the Senate and House about Feb. 1, with all interested parlies Invited to air Ihelr views. ^IcConnell Is the new chairman of the House Labor Committee and Tatt Indicated he will take over chairmanship 1 of the Senate £i group, In addition to his new du ** ties ni Senate Republican flooi leader. This decision might involve Tail's quilling the tax-wrlllng Senate Finance Committee l( he seeks a place on the foreign relation; group,, as friends have said he may do. The Ohio senator said it is his present Intention to introduce only amendments to the nallonal labor law he helped write In 1947. He said he will leave to others the sponsorship oi changes. Although Talt did'not specify what changes he has In mind, t he already has had dralted amendments under which (1) company officials would be required to take ihe non-Communist oath if they wished to use the law, as union leaders now, must do, and (2) strikers who have been replaced In their jobs would be permitted to vote in representation elections. Both these changes In the law have been advocated by President- elect Elsenhower. Taft also may propose amendments lo cure some loopholes in the secondary boycott section of the law, as well as lo alter the legal definition ol foremen and to clari/y the relationship of the gen- •ieral counsel with the National La- T " bor Relations Board, He sponsored similar changes which two years ago passed the' . Senate but died in the House. Overlapping State-Federal Taxation Cited WASHINGTON W) - A House Rub-committee concluded today that overlapping taxation by federal, state and local governments is a vitally important problem — but "rapid and sudden progress" in meeting it, is not to be expected. The subcommittee dug gingerly Into the touchy subject of what to do about inefficiency and unfairness caused by separate governments taxing in the same field- such as incomes, gasoline, tobacco and liquor—without too much regard for each other's programs. The House members came up with only one specific recommendation on what to do about multiple taxation, study the problem further. Taft said he had talked with George Mcany, new president of the AFL, about prospective changes In the law but had not heard directly from any of the higher officials of the CIO. "We will have wide open hearings," Talt said, "Any responsible person can come In and say what he wants changed in the net. "I believe that we and (he House members will come up with substantially the same bill, although it probably wll) vary in individual details, and that some amendments lo the act will be passed. Free China Is Facing 'Fateful Year 1 TA1PEH. Formosa (#»—There is distinct feeling in all quarters here that next year will be a fateful one for free China. That feeling was strong even before President Chiang Kai-shek re- cenllyf told the Nationalist armed forces to complete their preparations for a return lo the mainland In 1953. » On that same day, Maj Gen William C. Chase, head of the U.S Military Assistance Advisory Group hinted in a speech that 'the Nationalist forces might see action some place before (his year is out. The general Impression is that some time/in 1953 the Nationalists will he given a chance to prove whether, out of the crucible of defeat, despair nnd a' hope revived, there has been forged a new armj' potentially capable ol attaining the ultimate goal—defeat ol the Chinese Communists. The conviction appears strong in this Nationalist capital that events will somehow conspire to let the Nationalists demonstrate in battle that those who espouse their cause are backing a winner. There is speculation as to where they will meet the test. Some quarters think It will be in Korea. Others believe it more likely that in the absence of u. S. support to launch a full-scale invasion of the mainland. Chiang's forces at least will be put in a position to make powerful commando raids along the Chinese coast. One thing is-clear: Those whose BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS <,» na ,r*, REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS-Abovc'Newsmap shows parly division by Toy Balloon Flies 600 Miles MT. CARMEL, 111. (/PI— Farmer Adam Berberich says a toy balloon flew 600 miles to his barn tot He wrote to L. E. Kerbs, Otis, Kan whose name was on a.card with the balloon. He says Kerbs replied that he sent the balloon up in Otis only seven days before it was found. Kerbs Is a farm Implement dealer. Farouk's Autos To Be Auctioned CAIRO (/TV _ Ex-King Farouk's scores of luxurious automobiles will be sold at public auction shortly. On sale at the same time will be state- owned vehicles used by former ministers and deemed too luxurious for the present regime. China Liberation Urged • TAIPEI. Formosa to) _ A well. !, known Chinese scholar says the re turn of the Nationalists to the mainland Is the responsibility of th» entire free world. Dr. Hit Shin, one-time ambassador to Washington, spoke recently to an audience of more than 8000 in the packed Armed Forces Sla- dium. Thousands more heard his «ddress by radio. He declared liberation of China from Communist rule would deliver 450 million people from bondage and^spare them from being utilized for aggressive" Soviet purposes. Read Courier Sews Classified Ads is to train Chiang's business forces are convinced that the Nationalists will acquit themselves creditably when the test comes. a Notionalist Air Power Surprises MANILA lift ._ Philippine pilots who returned recently from a goodwill mission to Formosa expressed amazement at the gro-.ung stren»th of the Chinese Nationalist Air Force. Col. Benito Ebuen, commander of the Philippine force, said the Chinese Air Force should lie considered "the one bulwark in Asia that could turn back the tide of Communism " He asserted the strength of the entire Philippine Air Force is "only a drop In the bucket compared with their strength." The airman added that a Communist attack on Formosa would prove "very costly." Elected I Oth Time CAIRO, 111. W 1 )—Republican John M. Dewey has started his 10th four- year term as Alexander County's circuit. clerk. Dcwey says the « years.will give him the longest continuous record of anyone now in any elective Illinois office. Coroner's Jury Probes Fatal Struggle Between Man and Bear ANCHORAGE, Alaska (fl>) — The story of what appeared to be a fight to 'the death between an Alaska trapper and a marauding black l»ar at a remote mountain cabin was slowly pieced together today. A coroner* jury still has not ruled officially on what caused the death,of Rudolph H. Qaier. 50 the trapper, ..but new clues turned up at his wilderness cabin strengthened the. theory of n man vs. beast battle that ended in a fatal draw. Gaier, whose mother and brother live at Ciiippewa Palls. Wis., was India Town Is Asian Oasis GAXDHIDHAM. India <AP) — Wells reaching deep into this arid land plus the energetic work of 13000 Himtu refugees from Pakistan are fast putting tins brand new West. Indian town on trie map Gandhidham enthusiasts — t h e name means "Gandhi's Town" claim this is the only Asian com- mtmity with electricity and running water in every house. The abundant water has been marie pcesible by 16 new wells yielding 1,500.000 gallons daily Planned by Hindu refugees from the Bind area surrounding Moslem Pakistan's capital city of Karachi. Gandhidham has enjoyed the backing of the Indian government Re- fueee Rehabilitation Ministry. • In ttwo years, the population has jumped from zero to 15,000. Italian and American town planners, who have had a hand in the project, predict the figure will reach 100,000 within three years. Japanese Sh>c':.s Are Paying Off TOKYO W)_it was famine or feast for stockholders of 512 Japanese .companies over the past six months. Kyodo News Agency reports -170 of -he 572 companies listed on the Tokyo exchange paid an average 24.44 ler cent semi-annual dividend. The other 93 paid nothing. Six sugar manufacturers led the way with an average 35 per cent, div- dend. Pour tourist trade companies were at the bottom of the dividend scale with a 10.75 per cent average. Read Courier News Classified Ads. FOR IMPROVED KIDNEY FUNCTION Sukcorm.1 kklaey function ww im- prpTrd, Bladder ptin >nd discomfort reduced in rnoic observed c«« »/(er drinking Mountain Valley Water. Delicioui •— delivered rigl* » jm. ^HOTSPRWCi) RICHARDSON'S Super Market W. Main Thone ' Forget Washday Drudgery, Send Us "Your Laundry! LAUNDRY - CLEANERS found dead In his blood-soaked bed late last month, A bush pilot, Max Shellabaiger of Skwentna, discovered Gaier's body on a flight with supplies for the hermit trapper. He brought the body here. Later, returning to board up the cabin 100 miles northwest of Anchorage, Shellabarger probed In the deep snow outside the door and uncovered the body of a bullet-riddled black bear. U. S. Deputy Marshal T. A Langford. who made an on-the-spot investigation yesterday, said he believed Gaier was asleep in his cabin when tho boar broke in. The trapper then apparently threw a Inntcrn at the Intruder and jumped out of a window fired a , re a number of shots through the door and finally peeked In to see II the animal \vas riend. The tear, In Its death throes. Is , thought to . attacked Gaier er clawing him fatally before It dropped. The trapper presumably crawled to his bed, where he died PAGE THREB Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers One application tor a building permit was filed with ihe City Engineer and two real estate transfers were listed during the past week. Pearl Lane applied , for a build- Ing permit for addition ot three rooms to the easl side of a Irame house at 1705 Basin street. Valued at $1,000. the Job was contracted bv O. S. Rollison. Real estate transfers tiled Included: Lula Jetton'to Willie Rutherford, for J550,.lot 6 in block 4 of tho Allison Addition to the citv of Blythcville. J F. C. McKemle to Paul Lawrence Roy Springer and w. r. Franks $i and other considerations, a 50 by 150 foot parcel of land commencing 240 feet north of the Northwest corner of Block A of the H. A. Aslm- branncr Addition to the town of Manila. Ne$ro Doctors To Be Recognized LITTLE ROCK M>) _ Tile Plllaskl County Medical Soclely has voted to admit qualified Negro doctors to its rneinbership. Dr. Raymond C. Cook, Society president, said Ihe vole was unanimous by about 150 of the group's 301 members attending a meeting here last night. Negro doctors have complained that they could not practice in Mt(le Rock hospitals because they were not Society members. 12 A S O N " D STORY—Production ol steel continues above last year's image despiie two minor and one major work breakdown in he^s eel mdusiry. Above Newschart compares production os^' n mi.lion Ions for 1B5I and 1952. The 3,034,000 tons produced M September was the highest tor aoy 30-day month oaTocorcl Son Is Born To Polio Victim HOLLYWOOD. or) _ Completely recovered from an attack of polio last August, actress Phyllis Thaxtcr has given birth to n boy. Tlic- youngster, born yesterday. tipped the scales ill 6 pounds 12 ounces. Mother and son arc doing fine. Doctors had' told her the infant would not be affected by her Illness. Meat is graded choice! good, commercial, or utility by the U.S.' federal government. Why Just Heir About ft? Drive It Five-Cent Drop Won't Help Much ANCHORAGE, Alaska (p, _ Docs a 5-ccnt-a-loaf cut In bread prices sound good to you? it's been promised to Anchorage housewives on large loaves. There's only one catch: The drop leaves the price at 35 ceiits a loaf. Two Killed in Fight HAVANA lip, _ TWO men were killed and another was seriously wounded early today In a gun fight between police and a group ot men they Identified as gangsters. and Rate the New Dodge V-Eight It's something you must experience and judge for yourself. Red R am \ -8 power teams up with Modern Design to usher in a new era of driving mastery. Waste space hnn become usabla space. "Meaningless Metal" is no more. "Deadweight" ia done. So remarkable are the'results that a specially planned Road Test Ride has been mapped out for you by your friendly Dodge dealer. It's thoroughly safe. It's completely revealing. fj 1 Roominess . Check on the eifra leg-room, head-/oom. More Epace, greater visibility. Acceleration urgii Ama zing Gyro-Toi .j ue Hi iv e] Feel the surging power 01 new Red-Ram V-8 engine. . * •- — i-^_ ^ - < . Maneuverability (T] Cornering ;-££ 5 I y-7umnbilify fT| Hill-flbility Shorte,; turning radius No "deadweight" to ' lets you U-turn in limited space with less effort Attkm Just wait till you try the "Scat" gear 1 Really "digs in" for added power. — ~~u u ..o • haul. Outstanding performance with power to spare. Road Handling See how Dodge design cuts wind-wander, Bide-sway for maslery of the road. Smooth Ride See how Oriflow ride, control tames bumps. Road- leveling action always. Brake Safety Two brake cylinders in each front wheel. Slier stops st all times. S~~ fwouwU iHMtiiifl unjoin -f 3L j Parking You can "cut her sharp," slip into tight spaces with minimum effort. fJM E(onomy Performs on "regular 11 gas. Maximum engine efficiency at your command. Take A Power-Packed Beauty for- /\ pogd "fist Ride ' New-All Nev\/ 53 BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. Walnut & First • Phone 4422

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