The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1948 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 6, 1948
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nx Bl/TTHBTTLLB (AR1C.)' COURIER Divenion of TV A Funds Suggested Economist AdvitM Transfer of Revenue T« U.S. Treasury. "Middle South" Program Launched 'iWASHINGTON, April < (UP)— John T. Flynn, New York economist «hd »uthor, said today lh«t Tenn«*He Valley Authority revenue rtiould be diverted to the U. S. Treasury and not used directly to finance TVA functions. v Flynn testified before a Senate Public Worjcs Subcommittee In •upport of legislation by Sen, Ken- njeth McKellar, D., Tenn. The bill would Increase Congressional control of TVA purse strings. Myrin told the committee that 'Vnlrenched minorities" have become powerful in Die U. 3. because Congressional. control of spending has been weakened 1 by such organisation: as TVA. '"I don't see why a pgwer project should be engaged in the manufacture of nitrates or fertilizers these aren't essential functions of a power project," lie said. '; McKellar's measure also would require TVA to'obtain Congressional authority for pstabllshment of Laboratories and experimental plants. DttfpiJon Ch«rjrfii ; Mynn • -rged that TVA official?, have been "deceiving" the people for years. He said it started irtth a statement In 19*4 by David A. Ullenthil, then director, that power revenues alone would pay off the »109,000.000 cost In 60 years •> Flynn said his study showed a deficit of $130,336,000 for 1846 alone. t He Mid the government was pay- Ing the Interest of the »709,000.000 "borrowed" to construct TVA yith- but »ny contribution from the power agency, Sen. John S. Cooper, R., Ky.,. objected that Flynn co\ild riot say that the TVA funds were borrowed. Flynn contended that TVA contributed! to the deficit financing of the epression period and thtre- fpre the money was borrowed. He Mid that. Uves meet all ordinary of the government. AEA Junks Soviet Atom Proposals Officials of Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas gather In Greenville, Miss., to launch Ihe Middle South Area Development Program. Ciov, Fielding Wright of Mississippi signs the scroll, with Fred Lcnlanc, left, attorney general of Louisiana, and Gov. Ben Limey of Arkansas looking on. (NBA Telephoto.) ; Commission Members Agra* Russian Plans Ar« Not Adequate TUTOTUT, >rarL«, 1943 Arends Predicts House For Draft But Against UMT WASHINGTON, April «. (UP) HOUM Republican whip Leslie Arenas predicted yesterday tho HOUM will not enact Universal Military Training but will give "xerJOW consideration" to revival of the draft LAKE SUCCESS, -N. Y.. April ». „ Arencl :' wh ° Ls ", m «">ber of th» PJ-Mtmbers of the United NR- H< ?!; s f T ,™'" fd ,? en ' ces Committee, lions /Atomic Energy Commiittlon f ld U ^ rr .* ould not meet the 1> rob - volcd 9 to 2 yesterday to Junk Rus-1 lcm , oft , ""'"IT P«M>nl manpower sla's proposals for InUrjiational 1 P?" ls : " e sa 'J he ' lad not made "I 1 atomic energy control because the *« •»»* -n the mmlstratton plan majority Ouate. agreed they are inade- lo di&ft men IS through 25 hut that he considered it "more essential" than UMT. tried vainly with one" of hlVmoTt *>"' Edw ;"' d //, Robe"'"". *• conciliatory speeches in the UN Wyo. a member of the Senate Arm- I ed Services Committee, shared ArendV views on UMT but was all Soviet Delegate 'Andrei Oromyko to head off the vote, Vasslly Taraseuko of the Ukraine, Arkansas University Chemist Finds Way to Make Hamburgers from Milk 1T)« first comet of'1848 wns rtls- Obvertd In th« constellation of HerculM. Of th«. Uhth magnitude and thus too faint to be M«n with tii« n»k«d ey«, th« comet h«* * BotlcMblc tall. B PHiil F. Wlls United fm* Science Writer NEW YORK, April 6. (UPI — Americans some day may be eating hiimbnrgers made from milk, > according to Dr. Harnctt Sure, pro! lessor of chemistry at Arkansas ' University. It can be done now, Dr. Sure discloses iu a report to -the ^American Chemical Society. These symnetic .-lamburecrs are made from a powder, composed almost entirely from solids, he snM. The powder Ls mixed wllh wnitraiiil cooked. The taste Is said to be the same as ground beef. Furtheimore, according to Dr. Sure, the powder can be used for meat loaf, meat balls, and mince meat. He reports also that the powder has more, protein than beef, and that It Ls rich in calcium. At & recent demonstration. Dr. Sure downed" a laboratory smock, mixed the powder into R batter, and M:en cooks prepared croquettes, meat balU, hamburgen arid mince m«it. Dr. Sure's "synthetic bccl" has been served to Little Rock, Ark., school officials, he reported, and now authorities of flint slate are considering; the passiblliiy of adding the prepared powder to school lunches. . He also said trial representatives of the Arkansas Research Foundation are trying to intcre.u the federal government, pointing out that i the powder might be used to relieve | tood shortages in Europe and othf-r i countries, ! Dr. Sure said thnt powder, vised as I a food, might well help the house- i wife meet her budget. It costs much ; lhan even the,.'cheap cuts of meal, he said. . As of now, he disclosed, no American concern if. mnklrig the new food, but that it Is being processed In Cti.mda. Dr. Sure. 57. was born In Lithuania. His family emigrated to j Soulh Africa when he was a boy, and some years later Ihey came lo I America. They Milled in Milwaukee, and Dr. Sure learned his chemistry at the University of Wisconsin. , .. and to hear FM of /fs Best, be sure to listen with a new RADIO-PHONOGRAPH with Genuine Armstrong FM On Both Bands Models from $79.95 to $430.000 charging that the United Slates was "preparing for a new world war." snld the manorlty's decision brought UN atomic negotiation* "to a dead end from which It Is impossible to nnd an exit." Further Discussion Needles* The commission's members, sitting as a working committfe-of-tlie- whote, decided by llielr vole that ui'lher discussion of the Soviet nto- mlc proposals would "serve no use- "u! purpose." While Ihe decision still had to bo ratified by .the UN Atomic Coin- i nlsslon Itself, the vote amounted / Indefinite nbnndonmenl of one of the UN's two most Important atomic negotiating committees. A majority of the second group, he Atoml9 Commission's Committee on Controls, already has decided to quit us « result of its East-West bickering over framework "or a world atomic nyency which would control ththo development of atomic energy and apply nil measures by atomic control. for the draft. "The situation today calls for selective service immediately" he s»ld. "There is no time to wait for universal training." Sen,- Chan Gurney, R., S. D., chairman of Ihe Aimed Services group, said It would begin drafting legislation in closed session tomorrow nnd Iry 10 have a bill ready for the senate by Friday. He declined to predict what It would recommend. Chairman Waller G. Andrew.;, S. j N. Y., of the House Committee is expected, lo introduce n military manpower bill later this wcrX.. Areiicis predicted UMT would not oe Included. He noted Ihut the committee okayed UMT last year but Ihui it has been resting since in a House Rules Committee pigeonhole. cotton under government price tup- port loans to pjy back tht loam. At present market prices, the department said, farmers should be sbl» to Mil most of the cotton at price* setting "substantial profits" above the loan rate, Officials warned that July 31 is the deadline for redeeming the loans. A total of 160,- 1S6 bales now Is lander governmenfc loan. Read Courier News,Want AcM. J-n Yellowstone Park, you'll see "Old Faithful" geyser spout once every hour, year by year. And in Yellowstone Whiskey, you'll find the same unmatched flavor and excellence, year in, year out. ,'? V >\\ v Read Courier Mew« Want Ada Farmers Urged To Redeem '47 Loans on Cotton WASHINGTON. April «. 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