The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1947 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, JUNK 12, 1947 Wallace Favors t JBLYTnEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Concessions Held Desirable, Former Cubinei- Member Says NORWALK, Coun.. Ji;,l" p .!'',-Ilenry Wallace c .irrie-l !K-;**J£ laiupaijni aiMiirit llio rilling nuch me into New Eii"- lllld last Might win, . t |,,. ai , oill | for ronccssiuns to Ku:;:;:.i j,, ri ._ "ni for a (.•Iran-lit statement. (J f her )X)lii:ies :ij»[ houiula.-jr;. The former Vice Pre;i<ti-rit and caumet member told IS.COI) persons «L a lowji hall furuin that' Ihe Unilrtt Slates hiul l.a':c:i "some Unusual SU'IW ill till' past lo.o weeks linviml war \vilii Uuss) i " lint said he did n ol aritici war in (he immediale fimirv lie ntlrirk'Kl the Ainrricn'i KMilion of the j'eron r<nime Argentina us an cuiiurtiinistic move "heeause we thought 1-e would tome in handy :ijjhiii»» " He crilcixed ,he fud-to-G: ecce program as weakening in,- unjtcif Nations. The United Stale; should 'nil money abroad, lie s;-.i:l "in prevent mi.-.ery which wnuhl irther- wisc enable Communism to sweep I ho world." but. ihe :uoui:y shou'cl be F.pent through Hie u\. To CliiTlc on \Vall.n-i> WASHINGTON. June U. CUP' —The House UtiAnioricin A.-IIV- ities "CojiunlltcD will 'V|>ot" ,;•,• servers nc\l Monday at a Wasii- ;ton rally at which nor .• \ Wallace will be Uie principal .sjleaker. CuiimMlrc f,'hui;mai] .1. 1'arnell Thomas disclosed urla,'. 'I hn NI-W Jersey Republican also aid'~^te cumimttre. win issue •! reiKiri this week un«ihc Southern Conf(*fcice for llum.in Wellm-? winches sponsoring UM Wallace address. lie said the rcpuri, will sliow the conference has been "manipulated" by Comuiumsi.;. Thomas .said the uonmiittce oh- crvcrs will check on persons -ip- pi'aiin;.; on Ihe. speakers plall'oim willi Wallace and -lual/xi.- :i:,y literature that may be distributed at Ihe rally, sen. ChuMe I'cpper. l ; la.. will introduce Uie former vice pre.sjdc-nl, '1 humus said it, was "poppycock" u> think ih,. report on ihe Southern Conlerence was timed to discredit Wallace. Ur. cinijc Furc- man. conference president, .sn/<! in; hoped the report would be bused fact atul would not trv i<> Jiv oredit Wallace by -'sue.'.-.-; of innuendo." Tho^i:is Defends T{t-\iovt Foreman said the rejmii could not possibly be fair because no public hearings were iicld and conference officials were not, (Tivcn a chance to present their side ' the American manner." - Thomas tlefended the rei/crt .vigorously. He said it was liie result of many weeks of haixl work by the cnMinittec' n was sLarieii two monlti.i ago,'hc.tairl, before Wallace was scheduled to speak at the capital's Watergate Aswrn- bly Ground'-;. He said- the only refcrenco lo Wallace in Ihe report wai lo include him in the |j.5l of conference officials for l£(47-i3. The commillee listed the - conference as a Communist front organization in a report to the niSL' in 11)44. H also iv'is described as Comimuiisl controlled on the House flcior two years earlier. Both times Ihe conference denied the chaises. I Southern Baptist Leaders I Plan Campaign /or Tithers NASHVILLE. TCIHI., Jim? 12. (L'Pl I —Southern Baptist leaders rctu'-ncd I M their homes today with plans lo nilist 6,000.030 persons in .1 "tithnis hamiiaign" that woulrl net $101).I 100.001) by next Fall. 3\'. 4 Louie D. Newton. Atlanta. :dt^&-n of Ihe spccl-il promo! inn I 'omrnutee. snld that :i DO-duy cam- jaign of Baptists contrilnilin.: 10 1 icrcenl of income lo th^ir c]i\H'ch vuulil lift lhal amoun'.. Plans were completed for Ihe pro- eel at a /A -day mcclins/ of the | ixenuivc (SWuuittee of Ihe Sou;h- •rn Baptist Convention hwe B-36 Has Press Preview Police Win by a Nose In Bedroom Search as Man is Pinched Twice •ATLANTA. On.. June 12. (UP) — It was bJillime when police .searched lor Johnny .Ad.uns lo arrest him on charges of assault with intent to murder. Johnny wiisn': in .siiihl but his wile wuj in bed" "No. Johnny isn't home." Mra. Adams .said sleepily. "Hee for yourself." Witli Dial she turned over In bed. A cry of pain came from underneath. The bcdspriuys hn c l pinched the fugitive's nose. WCTU~Head Says FourHi of U. S. Now on Dry List 'AE13UHY PARK. N. J.. June 12 'UP) —One-fourth of the UuiU'd Stales clllu-r i s dry or bans hard liquor and cifrht mr.re stales soo;i may be added lo the list, Mrs D Leigh Colvin, president of the National Women'i Christian Temperance Union, said today. •Mrs. Colvin said 503 communities were 'added lo prohibition ranks in 1510 by local option and that dry.s wer e orsanirini; to submit (he question of .statewide prohibition to the voters ol Alabama Arkansas, North Carolina and Texas. "Sentiment, for statewide prohibition, ulso Is tlcvelopins in Georgia 'Kchrucky. .'South Carolina and Tc'.'~- ncj.see." she told the 73rd Annul Convention of the National WCTU Mr.;. Colvin said it was "an eil- coura.gim> sign" that. Rep. Josrp'i Bryson. D.. S. C.. had introduced in Congress an amendment to restore federal prohibition. Truman's Decision on Tax Slash Has Treasury Head Wondering Auditor Opens Own Office Here Ai 109 Eos! Mam -larry Knens of Blythoville today announced Ihe openins; O f his public accomituiir and auditing office nt 10!) East Main. This office will provide payroll, income tax. bookkeeping and secretarial .service, Mr. Kneas said. Mr. Kneas was formerly with the J. L. Lcnli Co.. auditing firm here, iis'ii public accountant, ilo has been' in Ihe accounting and auditing field for eight years. He was chief accountant and assistant professor of auditing for two years at Benjamin Franklin University in Washington. D. C. Air. Kneas also w.is niidltnr-in-churgc of the Auclitinfi Division of the Farm Security agency in Washington for four years. He is secretary of the Hlythevillc Junior Ch'amhe- of Commerce. eaii Courier News Want. Arls. Put the Bee on Wichita Vlien 40,000 bees decided to take a fling at city lite, they picked rim parked truck for n swarming place in downtown Wichilo, Kan. Police roped oft the street, kept pedestrians safe indoors while a professional bee man collected them in a hive. WASHINGTON, June 12. IUH» — Secretary of the Treasury John W. Suvder includes himself i>"«>]]n. thi'sp who are wondering whetlu-r President Tniiuaii will «i^n or veto the HepuhMeau spti);*;oreci hica.nc' lax reduction bill. Snyder Indiealcd to newsiiicnlh.it lie had advised a veto. Eul amici liuishter in which lie jniued heartily, iie said he had no idea whether hir. view's made any impression on Die White House. The bill now 'jn the President", desk would eut income taxes '>.v from 10-1-2 tl 30 )>er eent. The 1"resident must sisn or veto it hr-- fcrr mxi Mniulny ir.idni|;lit or see h hceoine law autnuiatUaliy". In<li- eation.j are that COIIKITSS cannuL oi'iiTidc- the. Href idem i[ ] 1K decides on a veto. Snyder said he was not a'.'iiin.it the "principle" of lax reillletioii but that in; was thinking of the "(i- Ex-Bunco King Paroled from Life Sentence ATLANTA. On.. June 12. (UPI Grey-haired Floyd p. .Woodwar.l, ex-bunco king, convicted murderer and participant in a $!59,CCO mail] fraud was en route to the We a! Coast today free under a p-irole •iiT.ntccl by the Gporyja Pardon HU'I Parole Board. Woodward, under sentence of life imprisonment for an Atlanta slay- IIIK almost three decades ai;o serv- ^1 a total of ciL'ht yonrs. H-' hoped •« re.f.urn lo Monrovia. Calif. :n time to attend his daughter's j-rnd- •ution from Junior Higli Si'hool. Authorities r.pprehpnded Woorl- ward in 1940 climaxini; one of the 'ongest )nonlniiil s on record, pos'"I inspectors said. The liO-vrar-oH Woodward wa, iivins with iiis 'nmlly in Southern California. Woodward pleaded (iniltv to Ihe lederal indictment and served IB •nonths in the Allnnta Penitentiary before-local authorities prosecuted 'lim for [lie slaving (l f E(i Mills in, in Atlanta hotel. Up was convicts;!. UK! sentenced on April 21. I3i:(. Extilaimnir ils action, the parole board said ihril "it appears the! joroncr's jury on Anril 14 Ifil!) i returned tiic verdict 'justifiable', homicide.' "Now after a careful review of the information cbtained from members of the trial jury and other evidence submitted to 'the board. 'br- members harbor <,ome doubt a.s to the prisoner's guilt of piemr;l-| i.itcd murder." | The board also pointed to a ro-i port "from tile California author-[ itie s showing that Woodward has a law-abidim; and respected ireii of that state for a period! :>f 12 years." Members of Bulgarian Cabinet Face Expulsion KOPIA. June 12. (UP) -Twi-nlv- tliree Agrarian Orpa:sitionist members of the 'Eulgnriaii Purliament faced expulsion today on aeons;-! t ~ lancinl stability of this country." In this irjiard, heavler-than-an- '.L-jf^-'.'eil !;tiverniiu:nl spending wys llirealeiihiit chances for an estimated treasury surplus uf $1 .KQ.fKO.- (100 when the current liscal year ends June SO. Knyder adinitts'd that the surplus "may l,e a little Icsn' than the l liiidin't [•.slimate. The surpius rmehcd an all-time high ol SJ.2C1.C08.COO On March 3ii. lire iiisp of heavy spending since Ihcn. it i s now dowii to between j:ti:o.co.i.c:a and 5403,030,000. However, cpiarlerly income tax pa>- menls. due June IS, should offset much :>f the decline. ' One reason for Ihr 1 decline is hc.ivi.'r-thnn-i'xjjecli'd withdrawals by the British on their fS.VSU.KOJ,- ttf.' loan. 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