The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 26, 1947
Page 2
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PAGE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNK 26, 1017 (jehNewSfWort •" !b*Mocratic'Senators !Joiitm» Republican* ! Favoring Jan. 1 Cut Cover Girl to Star ' \ Vf VEX. (United Frees 6t»ff WASHINGTON, June M. (UP) —I Hojise Republicans were encouraged ' by, new Democratic" siiimort for Uwtr revised income vax reduction 'bilf today but' showed 'nu disposition to rash It lo another \olc There was,*iin., fact, evidence to indicate tiiat th«: Republicans, wcie hummed to continue slUiiit; tight to ,await,;dej-elopruei>is. They want to'be certain they have the votes to'pass the bill over n prcsiden- tia) veto before .Uicy make (•move. Sens. Harry P. «Byrd, U. Vn., an$ Ed* In C Johnson, D, Colo, were the "ne»est recruits for Ihe Republican plan_to inako an in- di\ f iduar'tax"cTit~"dr from' IKS to 30 per cent effective next, .!(in 1 Both 'supported "President Tvii- man in his veto of tlv> original Republican plan to make a Isx cut erteclive this July 1. But both said they 'now would, support .tho proposal to fntke^a Ux cut ef- feclive next JaiT 1. House Republican leader Charles A. Hallcck of Indiana welcomed these expressions^ of ." Democratic support. But he pointed out thai To Give Contempt Case To Jury Today Since 1943 Karen X. Gaylord— Hie X, she says, sliimls Jor expensive—bus been a model, cover eh!, and Goldwyn girl. But she wanted to he a dramatic star.. Now she jjcts her chance opposite Franchot Tone in the •.'•..^coining detective, Ir. 1 " "I Love Trouble." Bishop Says DAR Should Hold Their Patriotism Up for Good Inspection unAmerican activities cojninltlce. j li/ ,1J KriKlrlck March and Ills wifc.jTVOUlO Florence Eldrldge, stage and , s creon 4. , nftft Ann TTW A U:us, headed a B«>U|> of witnesses 3>4.UUUjUuU I VA who testified yesterday to the good character of a number of defend-: anls In the mass contempt I The defense also called Drew, Piyr.son, columnist and radio commentator, In r.n attempt lo attack Ihc conslllullonality of the coin. mlttce, liitl the court halted his (testimony shortly after he Identified WASHINGTON. June 2G. (U}') — Two contctupt of Cont' IrialJi Mred Ihc Jury stage in federal lUrL toda5 '- 1 himself. Piiu" argumcnl-, were underway ,p ea rEons was allowed to place in n one courtroom In the proceeding KiifjiMic Dennis, secretpry of he U. S. comniuni-it party. In au idjacont room, 10 int-mbar* of the joint Anli-FaclRt re.'uijce commltlee ivere winilinu up tlielr d(?fPnRC. In Ijolh cuses crew out WASHINGTON, June 2G. (UP) — TVA chiilrnian Uurdoti Clapi) to- inurrow icsuini's his fluht to have tliu Ki-nnlc restore $4,000,OOU of the $1,9H,OUO cut Iiojn TVA's fiscal IU18 appropriations by the HI/ILIC. Clapjj'wlll coni|):ele his cnse when of alleged defiance of the house j from Ihc Jury. the record n stntemcnt, charging! a Ki'iiate appropriations sub-coin- Ihat Rep. John E. Rankin D., Miss,Imltli'c wsnines licni'lncs on TVA had defended the KU KMJX KJ^AN I funds, which tin: house trimmed as nn "American TnsUtutUm" andl from the reiuiested S27,0. r >8.ri()i) to had 'peranaded the houw; uroiip U) I $122.14:1,500. abandon a proposed Inquiry of Ihe He told the subcommlltee yes- KKK. The slulemenl v.-nfj withheld lordiiy that the lludcet lint-can had $l(i.C(JO,COn off TVA's ori- (jinal request even before .the estimates were submitted to Congress. Most, of the cuts affected new projects, he said. Of the $4,000,000 which he seeks lo have restored, CJniJp said half ivus needed for ccmstrustlcn of the ilh Holslon iiitl Wutuusa Dams apd the balance for chemical plants. ; Hubcommittee Chairman Homer Fwuuson, R., Mlcli., and Sen. Henry Uworshak, H., Ida,, asked Clapp why TVA payments to the Treasury did not Include iriteri'st on the Investment. He said TVA objected lo fixed payment, because it wanted enough flexibility to lake ad- vnntaiie of new business opportunities. He also snid the 'i'VA act icmiired only Hull surplus revenue IK allollcd far.uuwer business and payments lo Ihc Irensury. Bids for Ouachita River j Contented Calves' Milk Dam Work to Be Accepted • How Comes in Cans •HOT SPRINGS, Ark., June 2(1. MICHCEOES, Tex. ili) 11 — Eco(UP)—The Vickshurj! District Corps r.dmics has hit Ihc cr-.lvcs of tho of Engineers will receive bids July] Lower Rio Givindo Valley. No 11 for construction o f.-i !.pimvuy | | OJU , el . ( i, lcs a calf i^ct lU milk iho of the Blakcley Mountain Uani. jinlur:il \vnv The $^2,030,050 dam will be built, Valk . y Clllv(>s nov _, (|Jllc „„ mil ,. from Iho can—while :jinmma'.> milk (joes hilo botU..-s for hu- inans. ( "Canned milk Is cheaper," <iai- J rymeii Pole Melton explained. | "The whole milk n calf uses In ::\ | day can bo :;olil for r>0 crntA J*R ( (,n!y coKls yrj cents t>> foul«|iin |rnnned milk. "He's a victim of ^ulhmctic.' on the Oiiachilu River LWO miles' west of Mountain 'Ph'ie and 10' miles 'Northwest of Hot .'Springs. 1 Contracts for Ihe dam will tei awarded about August 1. | Osceola ARC to Elect Officers for the coming year wl'l bo elected at the mer-liii.; of the Oscrola DL-.ti-icl Chuplcr "I the American Red Crass tomorrow at the Cteceola Oouit House. Read Courier New.-, Want Ads WASHINGTON, Jiini! 2C. (UF>) A Catholic bishop paid today the :onsiderable more supuoit will IMVC Daughters of the Amcilcnu Hevo- to develop among "Senate DCIIKJ-pullon would lind tlicir "patiloUsiii crats for the bill bejoic It could slipping" if they'd "put down lhei< becime law over a''))r&sldent!al veto. . One Senator who : -voted against the first tax bill said-, lie;;now. flfi- \ired there would, lie CO '.Semite votes for the new Republican proposal. ;This would be two voles tlwrt or the necessary Iwo-thhds lorgneltcs long enough" for " look. Bishop James A. Griffin ol Springfield, 111, chidcd the bar nti-ii other organiv-atlons whicli oppose legislation to penult displaced Euro peons into the United States. "The only Inhabitant ot thl r to o\erride a presidepttal veto If [country who could, with any grac 93 senatois voted as occiuie<l In whatsoever, protest npatnst the pro the recent overriding at tha later ! posed Immigration of Europe's <lls- bill veto placed persons is the American Jn- Although the : house sustained dian," t:>e bishop stiid in a slute- • Mr. '• Truman's veto of the "flvjt meiit lo a Catholic i filer conference tax ^bill, there were -ilnin^ indi- ] "The rest of us." lie said, "were cations it would override him on either dlspliiced persons ourselve the revised bill. The House margin to sustain was only Uo 'voles and , the , revised tax bill is" muoh more attractive to m.inv Dcnio- ocrats than was' the" bid bill. at one time, or etec our forefather, "were." Read Courier News Want Ads. National Director Lauds State's Home for Cripples UTTLE ROCK, Ark., ( . .June. 26. (UP)—The executive director ol the National Society fo r Crippled Children and adults has labeled the newly built crippled children's home at' Jacksonville as "the largest 'and .most complete in the southern states." ' ' Director. Lawrence J. Lincic o( Chicago^is in Little Rock to ad- diess the fourth annual trieeting of Uie (Arkansas Association for tlie ^crippled today. He.. called the construction a "major step, in the ca'.iipaign to care-for: handicapped pevsons " The convalescent home is scheduled to open Aug. 1. It will hove 65 beds open to physically handicapped children of the ''state. meeting tonight of the Ark-La-Tey section of the American Chemlun! Society. A. H, Weil, general superintendent of the gasoline department of the United tins Corporation will speak on "Dehydration of Natural Gas." A forum will follow. Chemists Open Meeting In El Dorado Tonight EL, DORADO, Ark., June 26. 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