The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1947 · Page 4
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KLTfTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER.NEW!• THURSDAY, JUNE 2C, 1947 Cfearer Power AJML* PMcMent Asks i Congress >to Glorify PrivoM Utilities Stotus i.WASHtNGTON,. June 25. (UP) — Hamilton Moses, president of * the Arkansas Pow«r&,-L>Bht Co. yesterday asked Congress to lay down a cKar-cut federal jwwer policy io priv»le utilities .'can "know" where they';are going and what they can buili" Moses told '.•the House Public Worts Committee that present noll- cies.of the Interior Department will retard river basin programs In toe southwest, lie supported a proposed bill ; to transfer from Interior to the War Department control over all power transmitting facilities- at flood* control projects Former Secretary of interior HIT old )U\ Ickes in ,a, "strained" con structibn of legislation giving the department this control,."flung )n-to existence. the biggest political power,system in the world," Mosu; declared:-He vrefemvl-to the South- , ., . ,,., 1^.1,.-, IlUlliL' WajS iltl'l WiMOiiJ* WM»****V '" f.- '"',',M,11'»",',",, '" I tec 'yesterday re-Introduced a per- ompdt'.'.n-.ttlili-llie. p. Lit SOIJBl incoin [, tax rc< | Uc ti 0 ,, bill, al- westcrn Power Aflinhilsiratlon, covering an area nearly foil;- limes.cs large as the Tcrmf/wc VoMcy Ai(- thorlty. • "The people •)( the Southwest m' 1 ? definitely aijainst niilhcvliles . and ill favor of the Army Knylnrci t program," Moses ssilO. Moses chaw! that the li'.tr.'iu 1 Department uulfr a "wiii'licj slructlun'' plans coi •jiHUies. Companion Impossible "And.no private company cannot long;compete with Its government", he added. Moses snid that If the Federal government follows a program of competing with private Industry, Chief Justice John Marshall's famous statement that "the power lo tax,ls the power, to destroy" should be amended to rend, "the power of the government to compete with private, business Is Ihc power lo destroy, " Rep. James W. Trimble, D., Ark., said, that private utilities had opposed ' extension of facilities to sparsely populated areas ns uneconomic. He asked if this attitude was not responsible' for adoption of government policies to force such expansion. Moses said he did • noi-know the motive behind the policies but he personally had made a serious er- Jncome Tax Bill Re-Introduced In Lower Chamber WASHINGTON, June 25. (UP) — Chairman Harold Knutson of the House Ways anrl Moans Commlt- nost identical to the one which President Truman's veto -killed. 'The only change between the new 1)111 and the vetoed version is the iffectivc date. The new., bill would make the tax cut . effective . nejct Jan. 1.. The vetoed bill would have mule the tax cut effective July 1. 1847. . Knutson said the bill would he taken up his committee "when a'ml If.there is enough demand for il."'Ke explained- lhat he meant there would have to he sufficient domnnd to override a presidential veto. ' Big league Scouts Eye Trippi's Batting Work ATLANTA, .On., Jime 25., (UP) Benched for weak, stlekwbrk, tvro months ago, chunky Charley Trippi has come back-from the. shadows of Ihe bench to . paste . Southern Association.pitching for a ,305 mark and the big-league scouts ur e camped :away anew on the goklcn • boy's doorstep. Right now Trippi is committed to reporting,to the Chicago-Cardinals, In August for ills freshman year of pro football on a $100,000 contract. But: Charley is, smart. He.- knows he can-last longer -playing baseball than bucking thei line. And for a shot at the majors he'd forego the gridiron. Atlanta Club President Ear Mann's "All-American Out'' 01 only two montlis ago. appears to be the most valuable baseball propel ly among Dixieland diamond O p eratlves today. ror In failing to provide power to Trimble's home. v "If I'd known yon were going to be in Congress, Judge, you would have gotten it," Moses said.' "I've made a lot of mistakes, but f think that was the biggest mistake I ever made." Livestock ST.' LOUIS' NATIONAL STCCK- AYIIDS, June! as. (UP)— Livestock: Hogs: 9,000; salable K,CCO; mtirk- et fairly. active, mostly 25 to 5(ta higher than Tuesday':; average, with most good and choice ICO to 240' Ibs,. 24.50' to 2S.08; lop 25.00; 250 to 270'lhs 23.75'lo 24.60; 2TO strong- cutlers'13.50j- ie-.v common bulls -up - lo 17.50; o 310 jlis largely 22.2o lo 23.75; I3g and . medium.. beef • cows. 13.SD lo 1 17.00 down; vcalers, steady: cowl, to 150 ibs 22.75 to 24.50; 100 to 1«.JO; bulls, unchanged, good hccf and choice 21.00 lo 24.50.. Meclluin 120 II) pigs 19.7C to 22,W>; good 270 . • -lo 500-lb sows, 18.00 to 19.25: icavier weights 0.50 to 17.50; slaus, mostly H.UO to 1U.OO. Otttle 5.000. Salable 3,200. Calves ,BCO All salable; steer supply most liberal of current week, opening trade moderately active and showing further strength on. steers. Load of choice medium weight steers 27.50. 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