The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1947 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 8, 1947
Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN BI/YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1947 ITU President Raps Congress '. Criticism Voiced ' During Session of ' Senate Committee WASHINGTON, May 8. (UP) •Woodruff Randolph, president of the- International Typographical Union (AFL), injected into !\ discussion of newsprint yesterday the declaration that Congress is not competent to regulate union shops }n testimony before Ihe Senate Small Business Subcommittee, Hnr.- dolph denied charges that his union's closed-shop regulations restrict production and force smal newspapers out of business. -'•Unless Congress wants io adoi> regulations for the operation of a) shops, union or non-union alike and hire enough people to tee; track of the regulations and en force them, tlicn the Congres: should make no laws effecting un ton shops," he said. "We respect fully suggest that the Congress i not competent to make such res illations." Chairman Clarence J. Brown <> the House committee said develop . ment of a newsprint industry v ' the South would "no far towards solving" the shortage. Newsprint Situation Studied Brown said 'it is estimated 2,- OOOCCO tons of newsprint a year could be produced from Southern pine. "A Southern newsprint Industry would also have loni; range beneficial effects for this country." Brown said. "It would make >is independent of foreign sources in lime of war and it *onld t!o far - towards solving' the Southern economic problem." iA-NPA Secretary Cranston Williams s aid development of n Southern newsprint industry would solve many problems. He pointed out that it would be possible to operate through out the year in a Southern climate. "Generally spKikinc. a tree in the South will grow in 15 years to a point where it can he used hi ' the production of paper whcvcis it takes a minimum of CO years in Canada." Williams said. Brown told reporters that steps also would be taken to encourage the establishment of the industry in Alaska. In tills way. lie said the West Const would be assured of a source of supply. Brown said 11 had proved!) difficult therefore to launch the newsprint industry in the South The principal mill established so far ha s been at Uifkin. Tex., he Said, and this required cncour Igeincnt by the government. Father Adopts His Own Daughter nit reason, lie ssiiel, he thouijlit general provision would l)e siif- -i'cnl stalliiB thai the present nciioMS of the armed services are be continued. Ilulscy Hesitant Eisenhower al- c .o said lie conspired a single executive "far sispar- lo Hie committee system. Adrn. ;mcst J. King, former chid ot nvii] operations, lold a Senate uminilU'i.' that he preferred a o;ml to lite single executive. Miilscy nt lirst hc.situletl to ox- rcss Ms opinion a'oout a separate ii arm—a proposal that Kison- icvcr lin.s warmly endorsed. Uiulor uit-.stiotimx hy Chairman Chan jiirrney (he wartime fleet coin- j itnr.v iiandei- lolii the .Senate commit- that "it really is none ot my ;nsines-s." Hut outside of a strategic air- force for distant bambliiK." Halscy led, "1 fan see no excuse ior an iiutonnmous air [irce. And I don't know that that's necessary." lii nddilton to what he believes to be the ICRislfUion's failure to i'Biiard tlie Marine Corps, Halscy said that: 1. There appears to be "serious" differences ill the way Army and Actor, Serving 90-Day Jail Term, Gets Taste Of Solitary Confinement IXD3 AKGBbES. May 8. <UP> Actor Ijiiwrenrc Tierney, serving 90 days in county jail for violation 01 a drunk probation, landed in a solitary cell today because lie didn't hear the alarm to gel up at K:'M a.m. •When the film portraycr of Ganfe'stcr Dillinscr still was on his mattress at 7:03 a.m., Deputy Floyd n. Huston reported Ihc movie 1-cior to LI. E. A. Haiscli. Tiorney was ordered into a sol- cell for lh» day with :ill privileges suspended — no candy, cigarettes, or visitors. Hereafter 'f he doesn't got tip when the alarm noes off, he might be put in solitary for the remainder of his sentence, wllu no llir.e off for gooil | Tierney's excuse was he didn't behavior, officers told him. hear the summons. N:uy officials interpret the unification plan. 2. The stalus of naval aviation is not clearly defined, lie said tlie Navy "mnsL control" its iiiaii 1 for reconnaissance, anti-submarine work, and the protection of ship- pi'u;. Margery Dunn, 18. who had was recently adopted by lier in Welslon, Mo with another 1 iniily lather, Everett Cunn. since her mother's death when she was 4, He she pours coffee for him at their home Ha/sey and Eisenhower Differ On Merits of Army-Navy Merger WASHINGTON. M*y 1 (UP) — Hie Marines arc concerned there is ildm William F. llalscy, retired, j no inlcnllon of abolishing Uici Gen. Dwiglit D. Elsenhower j The Army chief !)f atp over the neeil for,! hail been accused of and disagreed today ami tlie possible effects of plac- ,ng Lhc armed forces under a le secretary of national defense. Halscy testified bclorc nice Senit Armed Services committee. Eisenhower before the House Executive Expenditures Committee. Both committees have before them President Truman's proposed legislation to make the Army, Navy and Air Forces co-equal units under one department. iHnlsey said that except lor a long-range bambini; force, he could see "no excuse for an autonomous air force." 'He, also said that in his opinion "the Marines cou'.d be totally abolished by the Secretary of " National Defense merely pulling them forms." Eisenhower said that !)f staff said 1 being of the -Marine Corps. B t exchange of letters ai I memoranda with Navy offlcia Eisenhci.ver satd. he had "recognized the necessity for the Marine Corps." lie said lie had proposed the poslwiir sti'ciiKih of the Marines he three times its prcwai strength. Elsenhower said lie would nol rcconniiend that specific provisions lie written into the legisla tion definint: areeas ot operatioi lor the Army, Navy, air forces aiv Marines. Gen. Alexander A. Van- (iGriM'ii'l, commandant of tlie Ma- liat it sometimes Is necessary fnr service to perform functions isually performed by another. For BLADDER Thousand-; [lave round Itrlief in the Natural Mountain V:illuy Mineral Walci- from rumpus Hut. Sprint;*, Arkansas. A iiurc, southing aid in relieving irritation of these delicate orgiins. helpful in stimulating; kidney action and eliminating sys- lemic wastes. Doctors have prescribed this pleasant, water for over fifty years. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blyluevillc, Ark. Twin Gables — Qsceofa, Ark. 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