PAGE EIGHT •BLYTHEVII-LE (ARK.) C.OyfUER -NEWS Tighter Control M TVA Opposed Ex-Chairman Raps Bill Asking More' Restrictions by U.S. WASHINGTON, March 22. (UP) -The first head of the TVA Is opposed to tighter government control if the power agency. Dr. Arthur E. Morgan, first chair- nan of the TVA who was fired by he late President Roosevelt in 1938, laid a bill to put more restrictions >n the TVA operations would be .% 'backvvaid step." Morgan testified before a Senate Public Works Siibcommitlcc which * considering a bill proposed oy 5*n. Kenneth McKcllru, D., Term. Worgan cited among the provisions :ie is opposed to one that woilkt >utlRW Communism Among TVA of- licials. The educator saltf the provision is ; 'too vague." He also crillcized a i provision whlcli would change the i ;enure of Ihe directing board of i ihrec to four-year tenn.s, all of j vhich would end in the same year. ' Die board would "lose public confidence" if that were adepted, no laid. Asks Single Administrator Morgan recommended that the agency be run by a .single administrator rather than a tlm-e-maii | jo.-u'rt,. If board direction is retained, , he said if would be better to liavo 'five or seven members rather than three." I He also criticizi'd a provision ol the McKellnr bill which would make ; It necessary that TVA directors American Arms for Turkey Til"' "- - 'I ^ .,....,...:.•• . . . . . ' MONDAY, MARCH 22, l!MS Ho ns Tn Z YlVi' a M 't tllc . f0n ; Sr , 0l "; d lo b = l°ad<"J on the Turkish freighter Yozgat in Brooklyn N Y ' '" ^0^^^ Bradley Urges Observance necessary a recors-^ - , _. nave five years business experience, fjf A m\\i ttft\i "The only presidential aspirant |VXf f+lllly L/U)r lhat could qualify under that." he j laid, "would be President Truman ' Non-Swim Suit WASHINGTON, Mar. 22. (DPI — Gen. Omar N. Bradley said today the U.S. Army Is engaged In building lasting security for all people who have suffered "the tragedy of aggression." Tile army chief of staff called on all Americans for "constant, aware- ess and generous support" in the Four Hurt as National Guard Plane Crashes Pemiscot Grade Schools To Hold Spelling Bee CARUTHSRSVJLLE, Mo.. Marcil 22—Pemisjot County grade school .-•»,.,, . Fioyd HiimlcU. The contest is be- slana National Guard plane crashed . ing Kponsore d by the local Cham- and om-ned near here yesterday j bcr o } commerce, which is offering ™ l, 10I i?\^^T,^^d^i lhrce cn * h Pr'ws. **>- 525 and «5. ^"" n """ "" "" Winner of the county contest will go to Memphis April 16, to partici- imte in the Mid-South finals. The Memphis winner goes to Washing- Fofce, of St. Louis, and Nicholas Amnlo, of New Orleans, .sustained aerioiLS Injuries. The pilot, CapV. Donald H. But- •!cr, and Crew Chief Borer., ! ton, D. C., May 28th, for the na- WAA Winding Up Surplus Sales Government to Get Bock About Third of Original Investment WASHINGTON, Mar. 22. (UP)— The War Assets Administration estimated today that by Juue 30 It will have recovered about 30 cents on tiie dollar from the surplus properly it has offered for sale. ; Here's the way the War Assets 1 breaks down its figures on surplus disposal: It got property originally cost- Ing «9,000,00fl,000 for disposal. It put, up 57,800,000,000 of t for sale and icallzcd $3,890,000,000. It disposed of another $10,000,000,000 by "miscellaneous methods." That consisted of turning over property valued at $2,750,000.000 to locnl communities for education, recreation and hospital facilities. About $5,200.000,000, mostly In aircraft and aircraft equipment, was scrapped. The remainder was transferred lo other government agencies. That leaves about M.OOO.OOO.OOO still to ue'disposed of. About $4,000,000,000 is In real property. . Administrator Jess Larson estimated that all but the $4,000.000,000 will have been disposed of when tiic a?cMicy goes out of business June 30. Property declared surplus consisted of personal,'real .nnd industrial properly, including such huge projects-us the-Big. and Little Inch pipelines. • • President, Truman" has proposed Iransfrrrlng this remaining surplus war pro;x?rty to the Federal Works Agency for disposal when WAA goes out of business. Surplus property turned over to War Assets comprised about three- fourths of all property declared surplus. Most of 'the remainder was property declared surplus overseas and'disposed of by-the State Department. ., both of New Orleans, were hurt but < lionnl finals. . Army's task. His statement was Is- I not critically. I Superintendent- Hamlclt said -the sued in connection wilh the cciebra- Butler said one of the plane's contest was open to any pupil who tlon of Army Day. The 20lh alini- motors exploded and the other fail- j has not passed beyond the .eight,:) versary of the day will be observed led when they tidied to make a crash ; grade. However, no student who will . .. But don't go near the water! That warning applies to the case of Mrs. Elain McLauchlan, wife of a Hollywood, Calif., airline executive, whose S250 leopard skin bathing suit is non-swim- mable. Designed by E. II. Taina- rin, its sole purpose is to permit ample exposure to the sun. April 6. Bradley said: •"nils Army Day. more than two | landing. All the occupants crawled froin vcars EiTter the end of history's no:*i cnlnmitous war. fitids the ,s\r- ny of the United Slnte.s engaged n the task of building a firm, lasting security for all people who avc suffered the tragedy of ng- "The Army, both nt liome and In the occupied /ones overseas. Is charged with a Ri'cat share of the rcsponslbilttjr for mnlritnlnlng ft watchful peace. "To accomplish our*, mission, niciny soldiers nre stationed great overseas distances from tbclr homes. They nro performing their d\ities, in many, cases, under adverse and trying conditions. But they are undertaking thnm with llie knowledge that theirs Is a critically important duty. "And they hnve [iridc In their rolf ns representatives or B free and powerfu] nation"Tills Army has a single purpose —lo provide for the safekeeping of oin- nation. "It crm fulfill that assignment only with the constant awareness nnc! generous support of the American people." the craft to safety after it pancaked into u marsh and burst into flames. • reach the age ol 16 years before. June 1 is eiigible. About 30 COUIHV schools are eligible to compete in the contest. BOSTON (UP)—The first, Mtissn- j In Englrhd, parchment records chusette resident to lose .his 1943 may not, be sold for commercial automobile license plate was' Lt.: purposes unless they have been Gov. Arthur \V. Coolidgfi. j examined by R state expert. : Vet Training Hearing Hits Racial Problem WASHINGTON, March 22. (UP) —A House Veterans Subcommittee, out to tighten controls over GI training, ran Into a states' rights problem Saturday. The group Friday reversed a;i earlier decision and put Its okay on a controversial bill to wipe out most veterans' /light training and other so-called "leisure-time" courses, Then it, went to work on "language" to throw new safeguards around other GI schooling. The subcommittee hopes' to wipe out doubtful training that drains federal funds with little benefit to the veteran. Chairman Homer A. Ramcy, R., O., said one plan under study is :o give tne veterans administrator ft veto over slate-approved school lists. How tJ,r.- .states have the Jail word. Some members, it was learned, objected that this may lead lo federal control over education. They lear it also may open up civil rights questions. "A federal . veto might be all ri:%:t," said Rep. W. M. (Don) Wheeler, D. Ga., "provided we can keep the social angle out of it. Wlicii Old Grad at 80 Still Attends Lectures CINCINATTr, O. (UP)-AlthOUgh graduated nearly 60 years ago from the University of Cincinnati, Thos, J. Creaghead, Covlngton, Ky., still attends university lecturers. Campus authorities reported that Cralghcad, 80, has renewed his membership in Ihc university's 27th annual business and professional men's group, weekly current affairs • forum. j Creaghead, who received his degree from the university in 1889, Is the retired head of Hie CraiglieaJ Engineering Co., Cincinnati. the end of the line the driver noticed the package with (he owner'! name on it. On me return trip he slopped 111* bus at the school slrcel. He ran a block, gave the luncU box to the school principal and returned to his coach. Bus Passengers Defer To Child's Lunch SEATTLE (UP)~A Seattle transit operator is a candidate for the nation's thioughtful driver. A six-year-old school child Icfl the bus, forgetting her lunch. At you give a federal official the right to disapprove schools for GI train- 1 ing on the ground they are below standard, how do you know he won't also turn some down because Ihey don't mix white and Negro students?" Wheeler is author of the bill to loss out of the government-financed Veterans Education Program courses taken only for pleasure. HEADACHE Cipu'dm* rtli«vet hejdicht flit b«cau» il'i liquid. Itt in. Xredienlt tit ilreidy A —*ll r*ady t« begin ei ftin. tr ilso'tdothei jie due , tl» r'en- Di< pJ F n . lilt LET THE GCPC MAN CLEAN UP YOUR BILLS If you hare a tot of icaiiBud bill* or aid debt*. *•* lh« GCPC Man (or Ui« money you n*«d. H* Hket lo male* loan* lo h*lp people and you'll Ilk* hit prompt, friendly. cenfirf»ntial S«LYIC«* Repayment ni ranged ID luil your i«quii«menU. Phoo« or coma in. General Contract Purchase Corp, 122 West Ash Street Blythcville. Ark. Dial Ii61 Opens at 6:30 p.m.; Slarls 1:80 p.™. 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