The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1950 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, MAT 11, 1950 (AH1C.T O0CKII/R ITEWB House Democrats Look to Senate To Restore Cuts in Appropriations WASHINGTON, May 11. (AP) — Routed by a last-ditch Republican economy drivej Hous« administration leaders looked to the Senate tot! ay to restore cuts In a one-package i23,894,lM appropriation bill. Just how much the House chop- pert from the measure, parsed last night alter a month of debate, was a matter of controversy. agiit Republicans claimed their HBfeleVenlh - hour amendments mean savings of at least a billion dollars—exactly what they had been shooting for. Democrats said the figure would be considerably smaller. If the Senate—which customarily adds to the Kouse totals—can figure out the exact effect of the amendments, it will do better than many Hou<c members have been ab'e to do. Rep. Taber (NY), quarterback of the GOP economy drive, cited a set of his own figures si vowing Hint an amendment he offered calling for a S^OO 000,000 cut might ly result in savings closer to $1,- OCOOO^OOO. S<:cs $400 Million Saying And Ren. Jensen <R-I<nva) claimed his amendment—which sets on the nutnbpr pf federal Job vacancies wMch may be fillet In the vr*r stnrtint July 1—woulr s^ve S^flOOflOOOQ even though it no specific cut In money allotments in the bill. Chairman Cair">n (D-Mo) of the Annrcnrinlioii" Committee c both claims "extravagant and preposterous." Onnon said many of the cuts in the Tnber Amendment duulient^d reductions, already made by the cr-pirrittee. ThM, Rronn tri^mnd sU"hUv more than Sl.500.C09 000 from the President's budget before reached (he H^TSR floor, •e is no way of telling how RELUCTANT ACTOR •'"' Rn ? r hp inr** 4r n rir<4 n-v diMprtu al Jllinni.c Institute 1 nf rrrl' r '"'nev ::J>'r-r^n. to plqy Ihp roll* nf » dear IP s -Jr/irnaitr sketch or^ppnT^rt q prnhlpm «n ^(?x»1ng joy Bn> A.VPT u[)sii!ir$ to the cpfnnH floor andllnrhirn qnitr willingly but Rttei hip nrl "he rofucprj tn so hark down All rh» might nf th°" sinrtppi? p.'nsn'l enniiwh to hurts? hfT» Finally, hi* o«m»r Peace Returns to Persian Royalty As American Takes Moslem Faith PARIS, May 11. (AP) — Persian* Princess F^temeh and her Atncri- _ . . can husband paved the way to mu-Yi the Jensen amendment woi'ld j peace in Inui's royal family with a save, Cannon added, even If the enate should acceot'it. But Jensen said the history of Job turnover in fctferpl employment Indicated a SWO.OOO.CCO savins, ber said it would re*>ch 5500,000001. The Jensen amendment \vo"'d prohibit the (tiling ol more than 10 per cent, of vacancies occurring in federal agencies next year, will) some cxce"Uons. j Some Excepled I " Among the exceptions would be i ;_""_': second — and Moslem — wedding : ceremony here yesterday. I Fatemch, sister of the Sh'Jh of | Irrn, revealed al:o tbat her 25- year-old bridegroom. Vincent. Lee =n: d &s r,--r i^*™ «* Harrsson Student Receives Honor Gene Henlon, president ol the '950 graduating cla:s at Harrison SCl1001 k t0 reCQlV <lr.y and accepted her own Mcslcm faith. The couple civil ceremoiv married first in LeMcyne. Institute, MemphLs Tcnn.. it was announced today. The Harrison student was award ed the scholarship on the basis o y in Rome early in | his de , ivery of Lljlcoln . s .. GBU angry Shah stripped ihe p, urg Address" at the annual ora military personnel, professional and" >' om '= and beautiful prints of her torjcrll contest for senior stud technical employes, jobs filled bv ro ^>' Prerogatives. He latei relented 1,, East Arkansas, West Tcnm presidential appointment, and all Jobs In the legislative and judicial departments. The amendment went into the bill by a 21 to 185 vote, with a stable group of Democrats supporting the almost solid Republican mein- bership. Tabcr's amendment got a 274 to 112 vole. In addition to ordering a flat $000,000,000 cut, it would limit 'ls..that could be spent ns such as travel, employment, transportation, communications, printing, rents and utilities. . The Taber reductions range from two to 20 per cent below the President's requests, falling least heavily on the Defense Department. Arson Seen In Blaze at Sanatorium PHILADELPHIA. May II. MV-A fire marshal said he found indications of arson after a blaze which early today damage the Belle Vista sanatorium- -scene of another fire In which 10 patients died March 29 A coroner's .jury ruled that Ihc March fire was started by Nicholas A. Verna, 29-year-old convicted firebug anil patient at the private institution. He since haj been committed to the Pair-view State Hospital for the Criminal Insane. Today's blaze was in the same building swept by flames in March Ten patients suffocated, some while strapped to their concrete slab beds according to testimony before the -ind salrt he would restore the priv- leees if the pair went through a Moslem ceremony. Among the guests at the wedding resterday was movie actress Rita udent. nesse and North Mississippi hlqh.schools Gene is the son of the late I,u cile Murry, who won the Crawler W. Greene award for oratory at th 17th annual liicrary and field mce Hay worth. She herself \venl] of the Negro schools of Missi'sipi through the Mc-slem ceremony last ! county several years ago. He live year with Aly Khan. Hitn took time out from the wedding to repeat to reporters denials of recent rumors in an Italian paper that she and Aly mi»ht divorce. . "It's not true," she said. Rita's father-in-law, the Aga Khan one o' the world's richest men and spiritual leader of the Ismaili religious sect—al:O was with his grandmother. Sally Mur ry on South Franklin street. Arkansas Poet Commits Suicide LITTLE HOCK. Art.. May 11. (if] ..... - A Pulitzer Prize winning poe present. He did not perform the j John Gould Fletcher, drowned in ceremony, however, although last I shallow pond near his countr nisht he said he would. Instead an ilpmc h "e yesterday. Iranian priest officiated. Coroner Howard A. Dishong „ „. , j , , , said the death was suicide. For the wedding loelay, held at | Dr . Dishon n sai(| PIcl( . llcr _ „,, the Iranian embassy, the bndc wore j , vas H ycsrs oW had ^, m ln , a white wedding gown fashioned by ! health about five months Maggy .Rouff's Dress Shop. Hillyer j Mrs pi c i cher , w | !0 writes chi wore a morning coat anrl striped , dren's books under the name I 1311 "- ! Charlie May Simon, said her liu Earlier the princess said her bund had gone when she awoi husband changed his religion at a short .simple ceremony last weekend. Vincent, she said, stood before':' 11 , the Mufti of Pri Si KPddtnir B-i yesterday morning. When he did not return,.a searc was started. The body was tmn New Envoy To Sweden Is Nominated •WASHINGTON, M«T 11. sl»nt secretary o( SUtt W.'Wll- n Butterworth hw been leleeted President Trum»n'i next »m- assador (g Sweden. His nomination robably will be sent to the Senate cxt week. For nuother key diplomatic post of primary importance In the cold ar In Asia—the administration has hosen Donald R. Heath, former merlcan minister to Bulgaria, to s envoy to Indochina. Heath, whose enforce^recall from ulgarla caused a break in rela- ons with that Communist latel- te state, Is expected to be U. B cpresentatlve to all three of the idochlnese Bovernments—Vietnam Laos and Cambodia—with his main endquarters at Saigon. At Stockholm, Butterworth Is slat- d to replace Ambassador H. Free- inn Matthews, whose appointment s deputy undersecretary of state i charge of political affairs in the tate Department U due to be in- ounced sooti. The deputy undersecretaryshlp ne of the top administrative potions In the State Department, Is ow vacant. The vacancy was ere- ted when Dean Rusk, one of Secrc- ary of State Acheson's chief ad- Isers, was shifted from that post o become assistant secretary ii harge o! Par Eastern affairs, . ot spot assignment In which he eplaced Butterwoflh. Hungary Balks At Reduction of Vogeler Term BUDAPEST, Hungary, May 11. (JP —Hungary's Supreme Court of Jus tice refused today to cut the 15 year-prison sentence of Robert A Vogeler. American businessman who was convicted last February on spy charges. The court also rejected the appeals' of Edgar Sanders, a Briton who was sentenced to 13 years on the same charges, and five Hungarian co-riefendahts. The government announcement also disclosed that Imre Clelger and Zolton Rado, Hungarian, nationals who were sentenced • to death In the. same case, had, been executed Vogeler, a vice president of thr International Telephone and' Tele. graph Company, and Sanders, accountant for the Hungarian sub sidlary of the same firm, both pleaded guilty to charges of espionap and sabotage. The United States unsuccessfully protested to the Hungarian govern•• ment. against Vogeler's . Imprison mcnt. After the Hungarian government refused to release the I. T. &• T. executive, the State Department ordered a ban on travel by U. s citizens ,to Hungary. .Vogcler's Belgian-born wife weni to London this week to ask Secre tary of state Dean Acheson, ther for Big Three conferences, to mat. new efforts for her husband's release. Professor Dies COLUMBUS, p., May II. (ff>)_ James Ellsworth Boyd, 8fl, protessoj emeritus of mechanics' at .Ohio State University, died yesterday al his home. He was the author of several textbooks In the field of mechanics and numerous technical.papers. Fletcher won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry In 1839 for his "Selected French Moslem-,, aged : afternoon after Fletcher's hat. co Poems." He was the first• Sou'therr l"n-Ohabiit, and em- nuti wn 'ch had been found nearby, i poet to be so honored, braced the faith by saying these coal •P< the F jury. <vard II. chew, fire marshal for the Fourth District of Montgomery County, said today's fire— the fourth at the private Institution In 1C words: "There is one G<xi and his messenger Is Mahomet." j Hillyer, a graduate student at the University of California at Los Angeles, Is writing a travel book on Europe and the Middle East. The book will tell of his trip to Tehran two years ago, when he first met the princess. Heads Veterinarians LITTLE ROCK. May 11. Wi— Dr. months— appeared to have been "set deliberately with gasoline." Attendants said there were no John R. 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