The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1951 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLTfTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Foreign Aid, Military Construction ills Talked as House Seeks to Quit WASHINGTON, Oct, 11. WF/—Administration leaders driving for congressional adjournment, sought House approval today for an $3,299,255,006 foreign-aid money bill and a S4-440.559.420 military construction measure. But a big obstacle to quick action loomed in the. form of a Republican demand that the foreign- aid funds be cut to around $7,000,000,000. Wlih the Senate Appropriarioai Committee ape-ratine in hich gf-ar to get. both bills through that branch, House leaders were determined to drive the two measures through the Home at today's session H it takes all night. They called the Hotu-c into .session two hour. 1 ; earlier than usual. 'Chcy are aiming at final adjournment of Congrcr-s by the end of next week. The two big money measures :ir.d /i i:sx mcre-i-sc hill are the major unfinished business oJ both branches. Debate on Measure Completed Debate on the military construction measure was completed yesterday, leasing a formal vote today to send the measure to the Senate. Debate centered over funds Jor a military airport at Grand view, Mo., President Truman's home town. The $12,821,000 for the airport remained in the bill us It ncared passage. Of the SB,299,255,006 carried in the foreign aid bill, $7,<582,527.79Q represents new cash. The remain-; Ing $ai6,727,306 Is a re appropriation of funds previously voted for the aid program but. not yet spent. Without action by Congress, they would have reverted to the Treasury, Keappropriation Sought President Trurnan wanted the carryover reappropriated and originally had asked Congress to provide another $8,500,000,000. However, he scaled down his new money request to conform to the reduced amount authorized by Congress in' a separate bill. The House Appropriation* Com-1 mlltee npproved the bill shortly after the President late yesterday jigned legislation authorizing continuance of the economic and arms aid program until June 30. 19"i4 In his message ol approval, Mr. Truman noted inn', the nmn-.im o! j money recommended was ir*.-, tli;m he had requested but wai r* "very [substantial" contribution in the | campaign of free nations \j» build ' up themselves militarily end teo- nofnicaJly to curb communism. "We Must Nol Forget" j "We must never forget," he said,] "that we are just as dependent 0:1 j the effort.s of, other nations as !h>-y; nrc on ours. ... We .ire tmilaini; \ armament.*, of course—we would !>c fools If we did not, but '.ve art? (loins far more than thnt. We are Joining with and helping ths free nations organic Into stronger International associations than ever before." The White House said Mr. Tru- ', man will appoint W. Avercll Harri- mnn. Presidential foreign relations adviser, as head of a new mutual • ;ccur!ty agency to supervise the jn-ograrn. The Republican drive U) chop off by Rep. Taber of New York, top i the foreign-aid funds was touched OOP meml>cr of the House Appro- pi latlrins Committee. Hliortly after the committee approved the bill, Talrer started lambasting it. •It's about $ 1.500,000 ,<X>0 too lieavy," he toM reporters, "ft should be trimmed to about $7.000.000.000 nnd I will offer amendments to do that." MPIOYE Comely Brunette Likes Her Title Of MissSewer Cleaner of 1952' DETROIT. Oct. 11. t.V, "M i .s .s j Sewer Clennrr of Hf;>2" would t^ein to bo a tit In rno.-t comply yousr.; j 'A'ompn would nvnirl lik*j \x)i^on- j But brunette Ciaylh Davis, n, of Detroit- chiim.s it. thankfully. "What's In n n;tmr," she a^ks. "if you (-cb attention?" Gnylfii, you sec, lins ambit Inn 1 , for D theatrical career, "Ilollyv.oorl and Broadway, both." She pays publicity wiU help her. 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