The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1946 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS —— House May Kill President's Plan Move to Streamline Government Agencies Hits Tough Snag WASHINGTON, June 21. (UP1 — The House Executive Expenditure; Committee today asked Congress to reject President Truman's initial proposals for streamlining the Federal government. A majority vote by both HOIIJOS of Congress is required to block the three plans drafted by Mr. Trumun for reorganizing various branches find agencies of the Governmenr. Tlie committee .voted to turn down all three. The plans covered numerous proposals, Including n recommendation to consolidate permanently int/i one national housing agency all Government activities relating to housing. This was the focal point of tho committee's hostility to the proposals. Another called for transfer of th™ children's bureau from (he Labor Department to the Federal Security Agency. The third dealt wllli parts of the Treasury. War, Navy, Agriculture, Interior and Commerce Departments and the National Labor Rehui >:is Board, the Smithsonian Institution and the U. S. Employment Service. Committee action was in the form of a vole of approval on a resolution by Rep. William A. Pitt»ni;cr, R., Minn., calling for rejection of the three plans. : The vote was regarded as n setback for Mr. Truman, who strongly urged acceptance of his reonjjni/.,!- tion proposals when he sent ilicm to Congress May 1C. He described his reorganization plan as a "broad ind firm foundation" for the conservation and development of the Nation's human resources. Tlie resolution now goes to the House floor. Committee members expect their action to be upheld there. If no resolution of disapproval is passed by Congress Iwforc July 15 the plans would become effective automatically. dritish to Blow Up German 'Gibraltar' FRIDAY, JUNK 21, 19-16 Proposed U. of A. Structure Puyellevlllc, Ark.—An architect's drawing of new classroom building at the University of Arkansas, which is expected to be com- plclcd In time for use during the 1910-47 school year. The building will remain 2! classrooms and n number of faculty offices. Slight Acquaintance BOSTON (U.I'.)—Though catcher Clyde Klutlu anil pitcher Jim Tobin were on the Hostun Braves team together for three years they were battcrymatcs ;or" just one inning. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret D«n Smith, Owner fnrram Bldj. Phone 3274 FRANCE To remove n mililnry Ihreat of long standing, Great Bril.im is reported planning lo blow up, with thousands <i[ Ions of explosives, the rjreal Gc-rina n naval base on Helgoland, heavily fortified island in the North Sea. AL'ovo is ;in mrview of llolfjolntul, laken during the war. Inset map shows the location of the German "Gibraltar" and of Kylt nnd other Frisian Islands naval bases whiclr Bi-i.- ish also plan to destroy. Film Actor's Son Accuses Guaidians HOLLYWOOD. June 21. (UP) '. William S. Hail, 75-year-old pioneer cowboy star, vvns strapped In his ted. drugged, and left In the rare of a drunken male nurse, his son charged yesterday in a bilter court, battle over the actor's inHUmi dul- lar estate. William S. Hnrt Jr.. 24. said he found his father "danusruusly ill under shocking conditions" when he flew here from Wash-nylon last June 3 to care for him. He is souk- ing to be appointed guardian Instead of two of the cowboy artor'.: old friends who have been caiir,-' for him. x "He was in a coma ami under the influence of drugs." he said. "He was strapped in bed with cloth nmi . guards at ehch side. The night m_ae was druiiik.; ' ' I ' ' • "My fathcir : recognized nv 'afi;l said, 'Hello, .Bill; 'I'm glad you're here.'; He couldnt say much more." Young'Hart said he dismissed Ihe male -nurse ; a>irt look his father to California Lutheran Hospital, where he is now in serious condition "as » result of increasing age." "I assumed authority to move my ialher," the son told a Superior Court hearing yesterday. "Even-one else seemed to bo indifferent about him. Dad didn'l want to 50 but I persuaded him to." < Witnesses at the licarlnR praised young Hart's virtues. "He doesn't drink, smoke, chew or swear." said Mortimer O. Smith, NBC executive who worked with him In Naval Intelligence. "He is a brilliant and unusual student." Japs Deluged WifhPropaganda Agitation Centered On Distrust of U. S. As Prelude to War TOKYO. June 21. (UP)— The Japanese people were deluged with propaganda designed to aiiitute (hem into a war afalnst the United Stales and Great Urituin. tho former chief of the Informal ion bureau testified today at the trial at loading Japanese war criminal sujpftls. Nobufumi Ito lulcltlic U man military tribunal hearing tiie (rial ilia! the propaganda barrauc pictured the t\vo countries as a "^reat obstacle" lo Japan's "progress" in l'ie Far East. In an affidavit, he (esllfird th.il Inflammatory propafianda was disseminated through the Board or Information as a means of justifying Japan's position In world affairs ami lo prejudice the people against, her "potential enemies." Jlo was asked how he could continue to put out propaganda describing America as an enemy country at (he verv lime Japanese diplomats were in Washington, supposedly try- Ins to keep the peace. "The propaganda was not primarily designed to make enemies of II- Americans.,.hut . , to promote Hi- esc leaders ruthlessly suppre-,M';i and censored Illicrnl writers, by force if necessary. He said military olli- ccrs often called upon any writer or paper Hint printed anything "iuvj.it- Wheat Yield Estimates Move Upward WASHINGTON. June 21. (UP! — The Agriculture Department in the first of a. series of special estimates today predicted the 134S wheat crop would us 1.033,139,000 bushels. The Winter wheat crop was estimated at 809,067.000 bushels and the Spring crop at 224.072.000 bushels. The new estimate was an incrt-asa over the June 10 prediction which placed the total crop at 1.025.,-,0_).00a bushels, including 774.588,000 bushels of Winter wheat and 250,921,00: bushels of Spring wheat.. There was a drop of 27.030.00t> bushels in the Spring whea". prediction, but this was more than offset by the Improvement in Win wheat prospects. Ho replied: . • . lie admitted, however, that (he nctivitics of Ihe Information toirnri were "\msuoctissful in p.omotin" friendship^' ;:',:,- i , Ani.thbpMWy.' Sl_i|;eiHm_i 1|.<- shuna. Hiiiei University professor testified that when Mnr.jms ro>ii-hi Kidu, our or the defcndimts. bec.uno education minlstrr in 1D37 tile selu.ol system was reurgantzed to qi-.-i. more em])hi!sis to military traininp. The prosecution Inlrocluced a rlr- tailcd blueprint issued by tin. i-du- calion ministry in 1811 u-hi.'h told the Japanese how to behave and what lo think when Japan should become master of East Asia. Tnmon Mncda, former education ininjste|-, lold the court (hut Japan- Head courier News Want Ads. |IF IT'S <INSURANCE B,., 2311 [For Complete Protection • ACCIDENT & HEALTH • HOSPITALIZATION • FIRE • AUTOMOBILE • LIABILITY • BURGLARY • PLATS: GLASS *TORNADO • SURETY BONDS • AVIATION FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 N. 2nd CIIAS. Bll'iNER "MAKE IT A MSLIIOM!" RETJRE WITH A LIFE INCOME AFTER 20 YEARS; The new Regular Army has one of the besl rctiiemeiil plans on earth. You niay retire al hall pay lor Hie alter 20 years ol service; three- quarter* pay alter 30 years ol Mr- Ticc. Over Ihroe-quarters o* a million have joined up already. MAKE IT A MILLION! Got lull facts al your nearest Array Camp Room 305 Federal o, I'^t, rr U » Army Rocr J!..ib- SHI'on, A .OOOO JOB FOR YOU U^S. 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