The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1947 · Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN ULYTIIKVILLE (AUK.) COUUIEH NFiWS WEDNESDAY, Al'KH, J',0, 1917 750,000 Homes To Go Up in '47 Housing Official Sees Increase of 296,000 Units Over '46 Total BOSTON, April 30 (UP)—Federal HotishiR Explditer Frank It- Orccdon estimated yesterday that 760,000 new permanent dwelling unite will be completed in the Ulilted States in 1947. Based on permits issued prior to April 1, he told a meeting of the Massachusetts Building Congress, some 417,000 new permanent units already are under construction. If as many permanent units are started 'between April 1 and Aug. 15 as were begun In the corresponding 1946 period, he said, the total should approximate the 750,000 figure by Dec. 31. Only 434,000 new permanent 1111- i'.', were completed in 104G. Creedon said he'hoped to lift all restrictions on non-residentinl construction by the end of tilts year. The housing expiditer said Me was "convinced thai the time of over-pricing has been overlooted." "Anyone that is livini: in (he fairyland world that construction costs arc' goin^ to re-turn to the level of the five years preceding the war should study the experience after the last war wailing l« r pre-war costs is going to be-.. .a long, long wait." Creedon said he would sec nn reason lo expect a decline in rents (or at least live or six years. Buzz Bomb Awa$ ( l/. S. Treasury Figures 'Old' GOP Charges WASHINGTON. April :)0. (Ul'i The iidministintion was accused by .Sciiaiu Urpiiljla'ans today ol nsi'iK Inciinc'ct figures In its campaign to plc'Vcnt tax reductions. .Sen. Robert A Taft. K., O, char- tied Kccresary \)f ll"' Trciisury John ijnyder uitli refusing to linni! his fiscal 191H Ilgun-.s lip to dale; "tor fear they may «lu)w a surplus which would justify a tax cut by a He- publican Congress." The Senate Republican policy .>••<• to n Frderal Court. 'J'lie difendants wore charged I with attfinpliiig lo mimipiitaU 1 rye ! prices tliiini(;h a 2,flO(l,000-bushel i pun-hase by General Fixids. Fed! era I attorney said the object was I to k«-p i'jv i>rici'i from declining. chief said if congress could cut the • I'resUlenfs budget $1.000,000000 lo $5,000,000.000, "I venture to predict we can makt>. the prtiposctl tax cut of nearly $4,000.000,000 and at the same lime reduce tlic public debt by another $4,000,000,000 before July 1, 1U48," Chairman Eugene D. Mllllkin, K , Colo., of the Senate Finance Committee (old a reporter nn unofficial estimate based on Commerce !)<'- partmcm figures for February slujwetl national Income up to a Treasury estimates are based on a national income for fiscal 1U48 of m«'',000,000,000. The higher figure, If sustained, would bring In considerably more revenue than anticipated by the , treasury. j Meanwhile, the finance committee Is continuing hearings u n house apiH'm'ccl tax cut.s of SO per cent lor taxable income of $1,000 and under, M per cent for the $1.000- S302.000 brackets ami 10.5 per cent for higher Incomes- Patterson Seeks O.K. on Expansion Of ROTC Program WASHINGTON, April 30. (UP) — Siici chirp ol War Robert. I 1 . 1'al- tt'rsun yesterday a^:ed Congress lo- ;ipj;ro\X' an expanded reserve ofti- tcr.s training program for colli'i^'S whirl! ultimately would provide 20,0-0 to ^0,0.'0 olftcft 1 .-) a year. In ;i letter to Speaker Joseph W. Martin, Jr., puller-son .saiil the su;;- (•esK'd iirogram was all outgrowth til an Army study of the entire KO1C program, ite said it li;ul (li'iuonritraletl "conclusively Unit ROTC is mi Indispensable adjunct, to Hie Army." The program would call for payment of $1 a day to ROTC trainees in addition to thciv garrison ni- lion. Tin: |>resent allowance Is pei;- Ijecl ul Hie value of the garrison ration. Patterson said the allowance- was "extremely modest" compared with thai received by Navy KG'fC students. Itnn Over, Hut Unhurt PERU, Iml. (UP) — Donald Sin-eve. 40. <|as)icd across a road and slipped in thu path of an automobile. The car passed over both his less. Bill he picked himself up and continued on Ills way home from church, uninjured. Dr. Jack Webb Physician & Surgeon Announces the Opening of His Office Lynch Building Ulyllieville, Ark. For Ihe (JoiiLTitl I'rjii'Uce nf Off ice I'Jione 2131 Residence :>r>.'if> J Louis B. Mayer Gets $500,000 For Year's Work PHILADELPHIA. April 30 (UP) —Movie Maker Louis B. Mayer. ' filmdom's perennial top-salared executive was paid SoOO.CIDO In IDM US managing director of production fqr Mew's Inc., New York, and Us wholly-owned subsidiary, mctro- Goldwiu-Mnycr Studios. Mayer's salary was disclosed i» the (Urn company's annual report |o tlic Securities and Exch;uv:'> Oommission. At the same time Locw's said it paid Actor Robert Montgomery S28G.OOO last year, and to Nicholas N. Schcnck, president. $2,M.7G7. ' J. Robert Rubin, a vice, president, and director of Locw's, received |111,357 in'1940 while another vice president, benjamin Than, was paid je5,357, (he report s'nlrt. Other reports filed with Hie SEC showed that W. S, Gilford, president and director of American Telephone and Telegraph Co.. New York, was paid $2Q!),C50 last year. C. P. Cooper,-executive vice president nnd a director of AT&T received $114,093. W. II. Harrison nnd J. II. Rav. both vice presidents each received S82.500, while A. 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