The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1953 · Page 2
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PAW TWO Lovett to Report To Armed Services Committee Today By XUSSEMi BRINKS WASHINTTON OB— Retiring Secretary of Defense Lovett goes before the House Armed Services Committee: today to review secretly the world military situation and probably to worn against heavy budget slashes, Gen. Omar Bradley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will appear before the committee tomorrow to complete an extensive survey of the Korean War, the European buildup, American re• rmnment and other major mlli- itfi'y problems. They will be the first Pentagon officials to face, a unit of the new Republican Congress with arguments for what military officials have said Is a necessity for continued heavy spending. Several key congressmen already have talked ol making sharp reductions in the budget, to brinj? it in balance as .a preliminary lo tax reductions. .In a report marie public last week, Lovett cautioned (hat the United States should not Jeopardize the world-wide military buildup "by budgetary changes which would prevent the orderly development of approved programs," He said military budgets would become lower but a high spending rate of past appropriations would continue Indefinitely. Chairman Short <R-Mo) (old reporter the briefing was scheduled before the committee wns fully organized because "the war won't wait for .Congress to organize." One aspect of the briefing, however, may springboard congressional action. Lovctl said In Ills report that the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the highest military planning body, need reorganizing, along specified lines for greater flexibility. He added the matter should be taken up with Congress. The Joint Chiefs are the lop three service commanders and a nom-otlng chairman, now Gen. Bradley. Lovett also rccornmendcd a r«- vfew of the Unification Act of 1947, which set up the Air Force as ;i separate service and merged It. the Army find (he Navy under an over-all secretary ot defense. Br,YTHEVTI.i.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS GOP -Will Keep Byrd as Head Of Committee WASHINGTON (IP, - Republican Senate leaders said today they will ask one Democrat — Sen. Byre! of Virginia _ ( 0 continue as head of a congressional committee. Usually known as the "Byrd economy committee" [he group's imposing official name 1* the Joint Com- mltlce on Reduction of Non-essential Federal Expenditures, Byrd has offered his resignation as chairman. But Sen. Bridges of New Hampshire, dean of Senate Republicans, told a reporter: "We'll ask him to continue as Dogs' sight is Inferior to (list o! mnn in (hat they arc color blind according to the Encyclopedia Brliannlca. 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I ask you to add your own fresh eggs because testa i convinced me dried eggs can never give cake the ! rich, fresh goodness you get with fresh eggs." Bake a Duncan Mines Cake today! When you see how beautiful it is—how delicious it tastes- how quick and easy it is to make—you'll understand why.., Duncan Mines Cake Mixes outsell all others' in town after town where they are available You Add Fresh Eggs. CO You Get Finer Cakes GiMranteMJ th» b«ii mlxn you'v* *v*f ut*d . . . cr your m«n«y IMC It PICK TOW FWOHn AT TOUH OIOCES'S NOW chairman If he will." And Sen. .Millllcln of Colorado .said: "We Republicans want him lo keep up the good work he has been doing through the years." Told ol these comments, Byrd sold: "If they ask me to continue as chairman i probably will but I certainly am not asking (or it." . ,—_ t Costa Rica Quake injures Twelve SAN JOSE. Costa Rica W> — Twelve persons were listed as Injured today following the late-st in a scries of damaging earthquakes In Costa Rica. The severe shock toppled bnlld- THTJR8DAY, JAN. 8, 1959 Rate Rise Okayed ST. PAUL, Minn.-(fl»>_A general rate Increase of 15 per cent on railroad freight moved within Minnesota went Into effect ,/an. 2, 1053. The increase, granted by the Minnesota Railroad and Warehouse Commission on the plea of railroads, will bring rates on shipments within Minnesota to the same level as those authorized for Interstate shipment by the Interstate Commerce Commission on April 11. 1052, It Is estimated the new rate will bring In an additional $2,857,000 in revenue to railroads. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Ings and resulted In fires yesterday along the coastal area of Llmon province. Rainwater Talks At Kiwanis M*et The Rev. James w. Rainwater, pastor of the First Christian Church, was guest speaker yester.- day at the weekly meeting of the Blytheville Kiwanis Club. The Rev. Mr. Rainwater jpoke on "The Peril of Pfgeon-Hollng Christ." He was Introduced bj Fred Sandefur, program chairman for January. ' Preceding the Rev. Mr. Rainwater's address, Calvin Czeschln of the Blytheville High School Key Club spoke to the Klwanians on the March of Dimes. J. D. Faulkner of Keunctt, Mo, and Worth Holder of Blythevllle guests at yesterday's meeting. , " T Mur4*r*r PINE BLUFF, Ark; (ft>) — A con . vlcted murderer here waited until after he had been tried and sentenced to life imprisonment before "* was baptized into the Baptist church. The man, father of »ix, wu convicted in the slaying of hi* wif« on a Pine Bluff street" He said h« wished to wait until after his trial was over before being baptized because he did not want the public U think he was seeking tympathy. LOOK GRABER'S SLASHES PRICES DOWN TO COST AND BELOW! WE MUST Make Room For Spring Merchandise. .So We've Slashed Prices To CLEAN HOUSE...Hurry! Save Like You've Never Saved! Broken Sizes in Juniors, Misses, Womens and Super Sizes Reg, 12.98 , Reg. 15.00 . Reg. 19.98 . Reg. 29.98 . Nice Selection! Terrific Savings! . . Sale . . . 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