The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 2, 1947
Page 5
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^WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1047 " - • --- - -Truman Critical Of Budget Paring President Soys Cuts To Prove Expensive To Federal Government Ju , 2 _ <•"< Tnimill) slgncd Ulc lrca _ s»> ami |)o s t of/ice dc|)artmcp;s' "' ''"I"' 1 ; 1 "'"' biM yesterday, but cut lawn whl<t he CJlJ ] C(i ,. t) «<«Hiacy" of funds made available for colleclins; revenues. In a statement. Mr. Truman said file reduction of $20,000,000 in Die nieniiil revenue bureau appropriation would mean a personnel rc- ^ deletion of 4,000 lo 5.COO employes I nud a direct loss of revenue of not Jes.s than $400.000,000 In the nevl fiscal ycnr. "It will lake ycnrs lo restore the <iainn Bn ( io,, n by (he failure of the COIIBK-SS lo support the damn»c clone by the failure of tlie Con-iess to support ihc ciiiTcnl effort! of our tax collectiiiK agency," the president fnid. ' The bill, cavryillf; $12.«2 0881171 was the first, «encrul appropriation measure for fiscal 1018 to become While signing QIC bill, he said, he would be remiss in his duty » li" nid not call the attention of the CoiiRi-ess !!m i the nation to lt<: •inadequate" provisions'. "The administration of the l;ix- niR statutes shoulil never be influenced by political consKicra- tions." Mr. Truman said. "People of all Political faiths are railed imu • o support their government through Inn payment of taxes and are entitled to adequate adminisUa'.ivc controls to insure I lie dishonest do net shift their share to the honest," Most departments a no agencies tcEaii the n-M- fiscal year tr«l-<y with their appropriations st'H huv>- In" fire in Congress. ° The House tried lo bent the di. id- line yesterday when it piwd" a , stop-sap measure to provide (i-nds for specific activities of th/- A-ri- ciildiral, Interior and Labor dr.vnt- mcnts and (he Veterans Adminr,- Irnlion. But it failed to B ct im-nc- diate ccnsiclernticn in the Senate. SHORT LIFE SPAN' In Ihc eione Aj;e, there wa s no need for old age security, for no one ever reached old aBe. Studies of skulls from that perio:) .show that few persons lived over 40 years. Easy Way to Buy Travel Insurance A quarter is deposited in the slot, and out comes A travel insur-mcc- rnlic-y for pretty Aileen Wnarkh in Unn.fio If t o S ae ,'u finca Board approves, the machines will be- put in operation K Illinois. New 25-Cent Airmailer AIRvMAIL ^"5. _> IT ED STAT matter how new or how 1 • smart the rest of yuur clothes! Jarc yuur slmcs inn spoil the' • whole ensemble if thdr heels are' Jrun-dmt-jl flr llicy'rc in nefd ofj m 'A shino. Hely on us to keep your 1 • shoes looking smart. ! I HALTER'S I J Quality Shoo Shop • LiMJe Rock to Get Adorns Field Back from Army LITTtE ROCK, Ark., July 2 (UP) -_ Apprasials are-being made this week on the Improvement ] made by the government on Adams I Held prior to its return to municipal ownership-. . : | The field has been declared surplus property by the War Depnr 1 - nicnt and turned over to the w^r Assets Administration for rtispos-il Negotiations for the transfer we,-c started last week and will be completed -as soon as possible uuik- governmcntal regulations. Little - nock is expected to re ceive fire an.i mainlenancc equipment on the transfer. The Army took ovci the opcrat-on of most of the fteM du:ing th- war. but joint -civilian \K,- vas continued. Blytheviile, Ark. Now is the Time for SKIPS For active wear! Men's lacr-to-toc 5! vie of heavy brown ducV. ^Inuiy rubber soles. 8Ji-ll. 2.29 Panic iluratilc "ski|io" in ' sized 2} 2 lo 6. 1.98 Many New Business Firms Obtain Charters LITTLE nOGK, Ark.. July 2. (UP)—The indiistrial.'intloii of Arkansas continued '.it :\ record i:acc dnrins t!;c first six n:onth.s of 1347. according lo records in the office of Ilic secrelary of stale. The'office reported, that 475 foreign and domestic . corporations filed articles of incorporation during the first hnlf of the current year, comp.ired with 421 last year, th p highest number up to that tijnc. 01 the 1017 total, 337 were do- _BLYTOEVILI4S (ARK.)' COURIERINEW8 Rescue Crew Battles Jungle To Reach Stranded B-17 Crew I'y M'il.UA.M t-'. MCMKNAMIN ICniti'iI 1'ifss Staff C'iirrcs|xjndml) WASHINGTON, July -i. lUI'J — A |>arachutin|r doctor "of the army air-sea rcscin; service today told a hail-raising stoiy of n Imille a- Kiilnsl the junxie, snakes and pnn- tliers lo rescue iho survivor;; of a 11-17 bomber crush 175 miles North- cast of Manai;ii:i, Nie:ira;;ru. lie is Cupi. I', n. liollldiiy, Jr., 20, of Athens, On., who tool; an active pui i in ( !ie rescue ot 13 men Iiom the "i;iven hell" of tiie Ni- ciu-HBUiiu Jungle. One unin died mul tlu> 15lh i.s- .slill iiiij object of mi intensive air search. The li-n caiujht fire iiliilc cn- i-oute Irom IMniuna In the Unicc.l Slates with 15 men on furlough. umJ ihey were forced to bull out over the jum;le at about 1 a.m. May ''2 U wa.s iwo weeks later" the lust rescue was made. The Air forces useil l\vo hell- copters and several transport planes in the rescue wtii-l:. rushed lo tin; acciu! from Weslover Field, Muss, and I'npi' Field. K. c. liolilday win, 10 the inlnliiKMil- fine «( Al.uuacomlia, Nicnrnmia. wltn a ri-si-ue team. It i.s situated in ilv.' jungle, !>'•> miles from thr- M'.-i-coasi. and lifj miles ircm where the survivors were found. The doctor said air observers spotted i he p.ivachulcs of the sur- vlrcrs over a M .s-juare mile area tin UK. jungle was too thick to land ii h'.'lH'oi/jei- ne.-irby. The plan laud juuRle U-uius liiitlvc |;uk!es as nenr as possible '""!. lhC ", CUt " |Kllh U) tllc siirvi- "I made an ob.scrvalion flishl over the area ami picked out one .nan who nm-.eared to be. the wcnkesl " Holildiiy said. "Then i parachuted drum to ill,,, flom , m |,:iuudc of l.iJUO feet." HoUidny said iiu landed in n mass of biunbix) nji.-l thorn.s nboul IS .viird.s from I lie man and cut his way UiroitKh lo him with a mn- clirte. The survivor was i.t. Kobeil S. inch, the iiilot, of Baraboo, wis "Hich was shocked, dehydralcd and llH-ohercnt," nolliday said. "I K:<™ him .some watc!r frcm my canteen and Ihiil revived him. Tlvi" wrre survivor klt.s droiijicd within a lew yards of him bid the Jungle was s o (hick be lore his hands try- mi! lo gel Ihrou'ili to them " Holliday .snid they both ivcro .shoic "I water and had to drink dtstilled wnler from a blood plasma kit, bc- loie they, could cut their way lo i\ creek only -10 yards away. "Rich kept alive by licking Iho me.stic companies and 85 were foreign. WANT LIGHT ELUFFY BJSCLMTS THAT MELT IN VOUR MOUTH »w ",„'"' fl ' oll <l s ." llolllilay «c killed some birds aiul' them and ate 'K' rations." U. Hurry I,. i tmTm!U1 ,, r |j o foiin ° °' l " C ' '"- ralwl >"'»«• *•'» found by a urou|> of rescuers who were looking for iiolliday ami Rich •Bon-man hud lest his icinu-hulc nud pi-obitljly never would have be 'n found If no „„„„.,, bcon lu>;11 . u ^}. Holilday S1 ,ld. -Jle wits Invisible from the nil" nt:ri)innii Imd |i a[i llO (iilii B (o o.a except the head of a turtle, 1( mln- <'lays' tnibs '""I e/lckels In nine NO'l'Kt; OF (iKANT1\<i Ol- I.KJUOK rKKAHT Notice is hi'rcby ulvcn thnf the Commissioner of lit vt nur. s of iho Slat., of has 'issued a permit. No. Iil7 lo Ii. s. .Simmons lo .veil ami illsrifmr vinous or s|)jilloiis liquors for Ijcvrrui-e :it I fi'tall on the desciirji-l as 110!) Sdiilli »h'blon iitiwi. Jiiyitu- vlH.', 'Aikansas. I Tills |)IM'JI!lt iKMll^l Ull (In- w day ot July, 19-n and expires on I - . - .. V Ihc 30 day of June, 'II. S. Simmons Permittee Ginger nlu Is the drink of" senses — !(, ,can be smcllcd, touched, »nd th» DON EDWARDS On the way b.ick ( 0 the the sniiatl ran Int M, 5 C n"'' Uvo b " 5 ' kllU ' lu r K ,. ot . One mnn died aflcr anoiher Jim- Bio team lui,t cut ILs way throu ( fi o him and was carvln,; a landing field out of ibe jungle for a hell'. copier lie was Sgl. David J, y/ll-y of ChleaRO. ' "He had „ broken l ( . R „,«) W!1 .| lyhlR for five days In I lie JunM- Just lo y;,rd.s invny Irom „ H..SIII:;. packet sluvk In (he brinu-hes of ,, tr' f lii | VhC '' C '"' 1Mllllcl11 ' 1 rt-at-li il, • irnllUluy said. "1 i!m ..s.s It broke his si'"'}. He died just ,, s we were loaditiR him on I he belie iplrr " he last , lK ,i, rescued wa>; Master &Sl. KIclKird ,y, Mct;raily ot't. In, Ky. 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