The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1948 · Page 2
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PAGB TWO Approval of TVA Projects Advised General Accounting Official Recommends Congressional Okay WASHINGTON, Mar. 23. (UP) — Genera) Accounting Office tpokts- man yesterday recommended that all Tennessee Valley Authority project* except power production be approved specifically by Congress. The proposal wts mi.de by Stephen B. Ives, head of the accounting office's Division of Corporation Audits. He told * Senate public Worki Subcommittee this would require the agency to get appropriations from Congress for Its re- Murch activities, fertilizer projects and the like. Ives said the Comptroller General's office felt TVA should operate the same way as any other "busi- neu type project" which receive* funds from Congress. The subcommittee Is holding hearings of a bill by Sen. Kenneth McKellur, D., Term., to bring TVA under closer congressional control. Another • recommendation by Ives would require TVA to rcpaj' to the treasury periodically all surplus funds above those needed for operating purposes. He also suggested that no money received by TVA from the sale of power be used to build new power developments. The restriction would not apply to replacement and repair of existing dams, power lines etc. W. L Ellis, another General Accounting Office executive, said he was representing comptroller general LJndsay C. Warren. He said that agency Is "not (or or against TV At" He said the recommendations presented by Ives are "significant, Important, far-reaching and effective and will materially Improve the facilities for Congressional review of TVA." BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Alabama Official Testifies at Senate Poll-Tax Hearinq WASHINGTON, Mar. 23. (UP) — Alabama's Attorney General Insisted yesterday that the only legal way to abolish the poll tax by federal action Is to amend the constitution. Albert A. Carmlchael led off the Southern opposition to anti-poll tnx legislation before the Senate Rules Committee. He said attempts to wipe out the poll tax by mere Congressional action are unconstitutional. Alabama charges a »1.50 poll tax. Carmlchael said that "irrespective" of the merits or demerit*.. .when end if this poll tax Is removed, It should be done In the manner provided by law...by the legislature of the state...or an amendment to the Constitution." The bill under consideration was approved by the House and okayed unanimously by a Senate Rules' Subcommittee. But Sen. John C. Stennls, D., Mass., succeeded in persuading the full committee to -WEAK NERVOUS cranky 'every month'? ou troubled by dlstreia of J 1UD <"- 11 >n«l periodic disturb- e ' • i« ?K5 • h c 5 EXio SJ?" 1 *"" 1 * 1 ""•row— at such time*? Then no trr Ljdla E Pink- m£' lSSf*f bl< PoffPOU' « tortile?. SSSirt fflfS" 15 ' p '"l<hi>m'« Com- pciuod la made npectalfy /or ^oinen. 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At lower right, periodic treatments In the Hubbard-tank °.y teem something like a game to this brlghl-oyed youngster, but they also mean he will walk again. The ivalescent home, operated by the Arkansas Association for the Crippled, has a capacity o/ 65 patients who ne tram every section of the state. Security Council To Hear Deposed Czech's Charges LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., March 23. tUPj-The United Nations Security council voted 9 to 2 yesterday to give a nubile hearing to Jan Papanelc, the disposed Czech diplomat who contends Russia engineered the recent Communist climb to power in Czechoslovakia The council overrode protests by Russia and the Ukraine, whose delegates charged that Papanek was "a tranor" to his country and his people. An overflow crowd of visitors In tiie security council chamber applauded loudly as the Czech delegate strode to the council table and began a formal Indictment of th« recent political turnover in Pragjt, He announced In advance thai he was prepared lo produce a parade pf authoritative witnesses lo back up his charge that Moscow, by threat of arms, directly Imposed a communist government on Czechoslovakia last month. Southern atatet' official, an I opportunity to be heard before fur- I ther action Is taken. Starch for Couples Lost on Lake Resumed KNOXV1LLE, Tenti., March 23. (UP)—Search for two couples reported musing since Sunday on Bl" Cherokee- Lnkp near Jefferson City v-i« f '••• resumed shortly after dawn today Teiun-ssco Valley Authority police faid they planned to use boats and possibly planes to take up the search which wns discontinued last nMit brrmsr of d»rkne.s.s and fog. The four reported missing, nil from Kncxville, were Elinor Pcnlcy, 33. and Ills brother, Garvey Penley 38, Mary Phillls McCulley, 17, and Patricia Pierce, 17. The party left Silver Stnr dock, five mites from Cherokee Dam. ai 2 p.m. Sunday. Waters of the lake were reported choppy at the time, and pojice said they believed tha boat could easily have capsized. TUESDAY, MARCH 23,1048 F nnlict , Lal * st word " Lbou * "P yonder rifld I 1ST Is that atmospheric temperatures probably rise to about IWo dc- grws above zero, Fahrenheit, at 160 miles altitude. Agricultural leader* estimate that electrically operated equipment has enabled farmers lo grow a third more crops In 10 per cent 1«« tim«. Read Courier News Want Ads. Joe Mulr, Cai-uthersvllle High School senior, will represent the St Louis Zone in the stair finals of American Legion Oratorical Contest to be held In the House of Representatives at Jefferson City Friday. 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