The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 20, 1950
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THURSDAY, APRIL'20, 1950 Spending Cuts Run into Snag Crucial Stage Reached Yesterday On Amendment WASHINGTON, April 20. W 1 )—A drive to cut $1,000,000 from the $29,000,000,000 appropriation bill Is >>£.vfng difficulty getting up steam p the House. .'*" The big bill, financing more than 40 federal agencies for the fiscal year starting July 1, reached the crucial amendment stage yesterday with this result: Ten per cent was cut from the funds recommended by the House Appropriations Committee for the District of Columbia. Less than 1 per cent was cut from the budget for the legislative establishment, which Includes Congress itself, the government print- Ing office and related capitol activities. .';.Aggregate Reduction . The aggregate reduction was $1.100,000, of which $1,200,000 was In district of Columbia' funds a n d $500,000 in government printing-office allotments.' On the basis of a 'total of $12.000,000 considered for :t!ie district and $55,822,450 for the legislative establishment, the , cut amounted to about 214 per cent. A similar cut on the entre bill would mean a.saving of about $730,444,000, .which Republicans claim is too little. . Rep. Taber of New York, who i s spearheading the Republican drive to trim the • bill, sponsored the amendment to reduce funds contributed by the federal government toward operating costs of the Districts of Columbia government. Vote Was Close' A clue to the sentiment of mem- BLYTHEVIL1.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS _ ^^^™™r ^ * ^sSafcj^-Ji COP HORNBLOWER - Wil- nam M. Mylander, above, veteran olitica nam M. Mylander, above, veteran political wriler and Wash- melon correspondent, has been named director of public rela- ions (or the t Republican National Committee. Mylander is from Toledo, O. Fruits of Prison SAN QUENTIN, Calif., April 20. (iP) —George Vierta. convicted, forger, took good care of his prison rock garden. •"* He was sentenced yesterday to bcrs regarding cuts in the bill wns the closeness of Ihe vote by which Taber's • amendment was approved. It was 88 to 82. Normally ;hc dviision on moves to cnt funds for the voteless district of Columbia is. not that close. The $500,000. .cut in legislative funds was applied to the govera- ment printing office allotment' for congressional printing and binding. It left the allotment at $8,000',000 instead of the $8,500,000 recommended by the appropriations committee. Medics Revoke Doctor Sander's Medical License CONCORD, N. H., April 20. W~ The state board of registration In medicine has revoked the license °« Or. Hermann N. Sander for what it termed "morally reprehensible action In deliberately Injecting air" Into a patient. The 41-year-old country doctor was acquitted Ufarch B by a superior court jury of nrirder In the death of Mrs. Abble liorrolo, 53, who was suffering from incurable cancer. in'' 10 statc lllul char B e( l or. Sander killed the woman by four injections of air Into her veins shortly before she died at Hlllsboro County Hospital last Dec. .4. The board hinted (!•<«, ur. Sandci might apply for reinstatement In two months. A line in its decision said: "no application for reinstatement by Dr. Sander would be entered prior to June 19, 1950." The youii" physician politely declined to discuss last night's dccls- sion. His counsel, Louis E. Wyman said he would consider the ruling with members of his staff and Dr. Sander this morning. "On all the evidence," he "said "there is nothing against Dr. Sander's moral character In any way whatsoever." The ruling could be appealed to the state supreme court. Wyman would not say whether an appeal would be taken. The court would not act on an appeal until September at the earliest. Reginald' p. liorroto, husband of the woman Dr. Sander was chnsged with slaying, said the board gave seven years more In prison' for his piling. .Guards testified he was growing maijuana. Churchill Club Grows TOKYO, April 20. (fl>) _ The ;ChurchIll club" of Japan now has >5 mprnbcrs Including noted writers nul actors. • . . The club? it's' a group trying out Winston Churchill's advice that imateur painting is «n "enriching experience: Members sold 15 of 40 paintings at their first exhibit Plan another soon. the doctor "a raw deal." Horroto, w ho has stood by the Physician since >ie was first accused, said: ,.' If J ' 011 w «nt to know what I think about It, I think it stinks, llio poor fellow has been through He I and now they still want to extract more blood out of him." Ticket-Selling Gadget Designed DETROIT,. April 20. 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