The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1953 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 28, 1953
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•C TUBB1MT, AMtlL 88. 1998 M/rfir!ETTU.Jl /AMC.T COURIER NEWS PA'OT BLBVHf •Hbase Members Averaged $584 For Stationery in Six Months WASHINGTON (AJ) — House 'members drew (128,684 in cash during the Ust >ix months of 1952 from 1 th« $481,800 fund they voted themselves for stationery^and similar expenses. • The cash withdrawals, Controller General Lindsay Warren reported In an audit of the stationery room, were; 220;members of the 82nd Congress and averaged $584 for each of these members. Warren's re- port,.d»ted April 24, was made available .to The Associated Press today. . _ , —— -* The report, covering the period from July 1. 1952, to last Jan. 3, RED EXTERMINATORS—Arriving at Singapore to ioin in ftift A r ar against.-Malayan Communists, these Queen's African Riflemen icem to put a tot of stock in their native Angoni shield and spear. But-ibey're onlv joking; they.'H be packing British rifles when they . !'-.,"... meet the Reds. C. Industrialist Urges C. of C. Hot to Support Lower Tariffs By STERLING F- GREEN < WASHINGTON !#—A prominent 1 industrialist today sought to per- tBiia'de the U. S. Chamber of Com- )merce. not to take its proposed ietand in favor of lowering tariffs ; antTrepe'alirig. the "Buy American" 'law'.. ...•"-' Leland.' I. Dqan, president of ;Dow Chemical Company, told the j Chamber's 41st annual meeting here- that,,,in an extreme .liberal- ;ization, of .tariffs; some industries • "would -be most .seriously dam: 'aged .or ..even destroyed." ] "Much as we dislike—and are [trying to circumvent—its necessity, ^ there is- one thing in favor of tax? supported foreign aid," Doan de- Boy Scout, Lost In r -Mountams,fcr 38 Hours, Found f CHOTEAU, /Mont. &F) — Fifth ader Jerry Monkman was catch• ingv'tip on his eating and sleeping! : today after soending two nights j and n f .day lost Jn the mountains. The frail 11-year-old was de- Rc-ibed a? little the worse for his experience despite the fact he suffers from asthma. . ' Young Jerry wandered away from a group of Boy Scouts while on an overnight hike Saturday to their campsite -at the edge of rueged j TetOiv Canyon' in the foothills of the Rockies. h As most of Chateau's 1,600 residents Joined in a search, lie WHS found 38 hours later—not by the search ; parties but.,by 8-year-old David J. Waldner. .Riding" horseback, David came upon Jerry, as he stumbled across a field. Glared. "The burden falls equally upon the American people and upon American industry." The "Buy American" law requires U. S. firms to be given preference in government purchases unless foreign suppliers submit markedly lower bids. The Chamber's Policy Committee has prepared resolutions for a convention vote tomorrow, calling riers io foreign imports. Doim, from Midland, Mich., argued in a -prepared speech that there is "plenty of evidence" that American tariff revision will not boost' friendly nations to economic self-sufficiency or substantially relieve the U. S. tax. burden. Granting the desirability of helping other nations out of their economic difficulties, Doan said, "Tariff reductions are something to be worked out slowly, judicially and very selectively by. qualified experts' using economics and stability, rather than emotion, as their guide." Each U,' 8. congressman Is allowed to make four U. S, Naval Academy appointments. GAS Installation Hi" Black Pipe Ft. 2Sc 1" Black Pipe Ft, 19c >/," Black Pipe Ft. 14c !i" Black Pipe Ft. lie V-i" Galvanized Pipe .....Ft. 13c y," Galvanized Pipe Ft. 17c GALV. & BLACK FITTINGS List Less 50% IV, Gas Stop JZ.05 1" Gas Stop 51.68 •11" Gas Stop .". S1.27 !4" Gas Stop $1.16 ORSBURN SUPPLY 1916 W. Main Ph. 3208 m SHOULD &$( WHEN PAINTING i jfc \ V. Rubber-base Velvet flows on 3 SO easily, you ' can't help but t ; get professional- looking results. ''9 Velvet dries f ID less than an hour with no **painty" odor ftnd without lapi cr briuh tatikt. i i i i i i i i i i i ^* No messing with turpentine, water or other thinncrs . , , Velvet comet ready* to-use. O You can scrub Velvet- painted surface! year after year without banning iti beauty. A Product tfNUnONU. OYMOM COMPANY ARKANSAS PAINT&GLASS CO. 505 East Main Phone 2272 Ready-Mix Concrete ' Concrete Culverts & Blocks x JOHNSON BLOCK CO. 9. HiKhwxy 81 Phone 2380 didn't show .what the members did with the cash they withdrew. They don't have, to use it for stationery, and they don't have to account for it. Several members listed as having made cash withdrawals said they had used the money for various office expenses. For example, Chairman Lecompte (R-Iowa) of the House Administration Committee said he believed he had bought two typewriters for an office he maintains in his district. He noted that the only requirement Imposed by the House is that the money be used for office expense. Appropriations Each fear Rep. Thomas (D-Tex), in a separate interview, said he withdraws the stationery expense money as fast as it becomes available, and then pays his expenses by check. He said that method makes it easier to keep track of office 'expenses. Each year an appropriation is made for stationery, and it stays in the fund until used. Heavy withdrawals in cash came after the House voted an additional $300 stationery allowance during the 1952 session for each of its members on the ground there had been an "unanticipated increase in expenses." Previously it had voted ?800 per member for the year. As of Jan. 3, Warren reported, 80 House members had overdrawn their stationery accounts by a total of $7,575, and former members owed 82,407. For the present 83rd Congress, each member started with a new stationery allowance of 8800. That amount could be Increased later 'i the year. Ten Peron In Argentina BUENOS -AIRES, Argentina yp)— At least 10 opposition party leaders reportedly have been arrested, presumably in connection .'With' recent bomb explosions that:, caused .'the deaths of six persons, among a vast crowd listening to a speech, by President Juan D. Peron. ,: Progovernment newspapers said those taken . into custody ' included chiefs of the Radical and Socialist parties and "possibly some ComV munists." The repbrts. said they were "assumed to be working jointly." . • " ' - - '. .; ' The' newspaper La Razon said it had "been able .to ascertain that working 'under the directives of a highly placed politician,. they :<those held) probably were connected with exiles in Uruguay." The paper added that many materials' used "in criminal attempts were introduced from Uruguay, where they had been sent Up to Americans, Pravda Writer Soys of Truce PANMUNJOM M>)_The Korean correspondent for Pravda—the official Communist party organ In Moscow—appeared at 'pnnmunjom again today and disnppcared'imme- dlntely Into the Communist truce tent. Sergei Borzenko drove up for the third straight day in a tan-colored Russian-made automobile. Asked what he thought of the negotiations, he replied in Russian: "The situation has been clear for a long .time, a .very long time". Now It's up to the Americans. Isn't that apnarent? Isn't that apparent?" He then drove away with a North Korean correspondent, from a northern country." Two bombs exploded April 15 while Peron was speaking to a huge labor-sponsored rally In the city's central Plaza de Mayo. The President himself was unhurt. Opposition parties Have denied any connection with the bombings. Hirohito 52 Tomorrow TOKYO «P) — Emperor Hirohito will celebrate his 52nd birthday tomorrow. The 1200 shoe factories of the United States make nearly 2,000,000 pairs of shoes each day. Like the balance of your favorite rod, CABIN STILL is balanced at 91 — to evenly combine mildness of proof with richness of flavor. OLD C OLD f* ABIN STILL mild in proof. ..yet rich In flavor Southeast Asia Standing Up Well, Stevenson Says RANGOON, Burma (/!') — A d 1 a I Stevenson, 1952 Democratic party candidate [or the U. S. presidency, says Southeast Asia is "standing up well" against the disruptive campaigns of the Communists and has a "Rood chance" of combatting and defeating: communism in the area. Stevenson made his observations yesterday at a press conference. The former Illinois governor is making M wtoutr* tour H tht Fte Eui ROKs Demand Unification SEOUL (ff) — South Koreans marched through Seoul again today demanding unification of all Korea. About 3,000 members of Korean trade unions and the Dai Han youth association displayed signs saying, "Give us unification or give us death," "Peace without unification is death to the nation," and "Let's march north for the unification of the motherland." It's TV's Turn To Try Out 3-D WASHINGTON MV-Mow VJt Ut- evlslon'i turn to try out thm-41- mensiorml ImtgM. The Federal Communlettloni Commission yesterday authorized American Broadcaitlnj-Ptramouot Theaters, Inc., to make public tetU. As in the recently Introduced J-D movies, the system to b« teittd at KECA-TV in Los Angelei require* special equipment and gliuei to b* worn by viewers. The teits will and May 15. Mslribllied by MOON DISTRIBUTING CO. 1 Little Rock, Arkansas -»_ •acen.a.-- Kvery drop made, mellowed and bottled solely by •••inn £-2 STITZEL-WEUER DISTILLERY, ESTABLISHED LOUISVILLE, KY., 1849 "550 Million eaten last year, Gentlemen! Good, but let's do better this year I" DONT BE THEIR NEXT VICTIM! 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