The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1968 · Page 6
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Jrl Twelv* — BlyliieviDe (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, Mirch 4, MM Push on for Riot Control Funds By GAYLORD SHAW Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Members of (lie President's Commission on Civil Disorders arc joining big-city mayors in pressur- ready caught In the fiscal | sibly, than those already experi- crunch caused by the Vietnam enced." war, are openly dubious about "If large-scale violence result- financing Hie commission's sweeping employment, education, housing and welfare programs. tag a cost-wary Congress to take prompt, multibillion-dollar _ _ , ,. ,, , steps toward solving the na-i"'™:' of lhc House Appropria. tion's racial crisis. Four commission members ed," it said, "white retaliation would follow. This spiral could quite conceivably lead to a kind | of urban apartheid with semi- WilKins, executive director of I look upon this as a war agains the National Association for the! Hie ghetto," he said, "I think w Advancement of Colored People, urged a shuffling of the nation's priorities. "1 would rather .be safe on the streets of New York than to contended and a half-dozen mayors appeared on nationwide radio-television broadcasts Sunday and urged what one mayor termed "an infusion of billions of dollars to correct" conditions that spawned last summer's riols. The panel's landmark report became involved as well in the campaign for the Democratic particularly Negroes," Lindsay put it this way: 'The cost of inaction ... will far outstrip Hie cost of taking positive realist action which the Congress has got to do." While Lindsay was appearing on CBS' "Face the Nation" radio-television program, three presidential nomination. Sen. 18pt to make up its mind, and the Chairman George H. Mahon, j martial law in many major cit- ma k e a i r j p to the moon," Wil- -Tcx., of the House Appropria-| ics i enforced residence of j kins said, lions Committee which must ap- j Negroes in segregated areas, j Thc prove all money measures, said ' an .d a dl '» s(ic reduction in ' the panel's proposals could cost hundreds of billions of dollars. This. Mahon declared, makes them "wholly unrealistic." Mayor John V. Lindsay of New York, vice chairman of the 11-mcmber commission, acknowledged the recommendations "will be costly" to implement but said "the country has the conditions that have | triggered riols in their cities. "There must be massive spending on the part of the federal government and on the part of slate governments," said i Mayor Hugh J. Addonizio of Newark. "I have practically spent our need something that parallels a Joint Chiefs of Staff, starting a the top and some modes of coor torn." In a speech at Dartmouth Col lege as he campaigned in New Hampshire's presidential pri mary, McCarthy said Presiden Johnson's budget "was nothing more than a signal of surrender a sign of abandonment. Every major need of this nation was underfinanced." The nation cannot solve its domestic problems, McCarthy Eugene J. McCarthy of Minne sola ciled it in a New Hamp shire speech as he criticized the Johnson administration's priori ties. The commission made public during the weekend its 250,000 word analysis of last year's urban violence. Like the 12,000- word summary released two days earlier, the mammouth document was almost silent on how to meet the costs of (he proposed programs, suggesting only that higher taxes may be necessary. Key members of Congress, al- Economy Move LOS ANGELES (AP) - Benjamin Garcia Marin, convicted of bigamy, has filed suit to divorce his wife Jennie and annul marriages to six other women. The six occurred after he,and Jennie were wed in 1947, Marin contends. As part of his probation Marin, 49, a truck driver, was ordered to clear his marriage rec- ods. The suits wee filed Friday. By naming all his wives in one complaint Marin paid a single filing fee of $35.50. Seven separate suits would have cost seven times as much. Congress must make up its mind, that the cost figure is relatively unimportant in terms of what we have to do in order to save this country from the possibility of chaos." "Congress must lead and the country must push Congress," Lindsay said. "Both must happen and unless it happens we're in for trouble." In a move to generate this lublic push, commission members plan scores of appearances across the nation in the months ahead. other commission members' cily bankru P t '^ing to meet the were being interviewed on ABC's "Issues and Answers" and a half-dozen mayors were problems in our community," Addonizio added. Unless the federal government and participating in NBC's "Mect! sl f e S° vcrnment sle P s ' n and the Press." The commission chairman, Gov. Otto Kerner of Illinois, said one step the nation can take—"just treat people as people, forgetting the color of their skin"—will "not cost one cent" yet will "remove a lot of the an- get and the frustarlion and the hate that exists." * * * Sen. Fred R. Harris, another /panel member, agreed and Bin- After the panel approved the g i ed out the civil rights bill now '"""•* *"" ™""""' m stalled in the Senate. "It doesn't cost anything to pass an open- housing law," the Oklahoma Democrat said. "This is not a question of legislation or of money, but of will," Harris said. But he Rabbits Galore SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - A growing colony of jackrabbits at the Salt Lake City airport is causing consternation for pilots. Joe Bergin, airport manager, said the rabbits attract eagles •eport, Sen. Edward W Brooke, R-Mass., told newsmen and other members have commited themselves to travel- ng around the country "to give wide dissemination of our views and to do all we can for the im- ilemenlation of the recommendations." The gist of the commission's ecommendations were dis- losed in the summary report eleased Thursday night. The nil report also included propos- 1s for: —Another hike In the federal minimum wage, which climbed to $1.60 an hour only last month. —Broadening the 7 pen cent investment credit to give industry a tax incentive to locate new plans in poverty areas and train unemployed slum residents. —Starting a system of government income supplements for any person—employed or jobless—who exists on substandard income. The commission said this "would involve substantially greater federal expenditure and dogs, adding to the danger than anything now contemplal- of landings and takeoffs. "At times, you can see tinn- ed in this country." 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Lindsay also urged "a reo- riehtation of our priorities," LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions ol Probate Code Section 152 notice is hereby given that the accounts of the administration of the estates listed below have been filed on the dates below shown by the named personal conceded that if Congress were I saying "the sickness of our cit- ready to supply the money needed to meet urban problems, ies is as much an important part of bur foreign policy as are "there wouldn't have been a events that happen beyond our ;reat deal -of need for our com- I borders." nission. It would have already! Milwaukee Mayor Henry W. been done." JMaier called for better coordi- A third panel member, Roy '• nation of slum programs. "If we 1 All interested persons are called on to file objections to such accounts on or before the sixtieth day following the filing of the respective accounts, failing which they will be forever barred from excepting to the accounts. No. 454$. Estate of Christopher Columbus Elmore, deceased. Accounting of Velma Elmore filed on February 21, 1968. No. 4548. Estate of Burl Grimes, deceased. Accounting of Jewel Grimes filed on February 27, 1968. Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk this the 1st day of Marqh, 1968. SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, County & Probate Clerk. By Hattie P. Stanfield, D. C. 3-4 Hid, "if w» persist in wasting manpower, money and moral energy in the war in Vietnam. NOTICE OF NEW ESTATES ON WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN COMMENCED Notice is hereby given that the following is a list of estates on which Letters Testamentary of Administration were granted during the month of February, 1968, with the date of the issuance and the name and address of the administrator or executor. No. 4625. Estate of U. W. Moore, deceased. Letters Testamentary issued to Glen Cook and Robert Moore, P. 0. Box 548, Blytheville, Arkansas, on February 6, 1968. No. 4627. Estate of Daisy R. Hill, deceased. 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