The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1956 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 4, 1956
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FACT TWO (AKK.) COUHMSR NEWS WBDIW815AT, AWIL 4, Arkansons In Washington Despite President's Opposition, Arkansas River Fight not Over By GORDON BROWN WASHINGTON (AP) — The battle of the Arkansas River is far from being lost even President Eisenhower has reinterated opposition to the Dardanelle and Eufaula dams. Either the appropriation bill funds start the Arkansas River projects, and prospects now seem favorable that the Senate will take such action. Sen. McClellan (D-Ark) member of the Senate Appropriations subcommittee handling the bill and In a good position to convince his colleagues to override the president's adverse recommendation. And Sen. Ellender (D-La), chairman of the subcommittee, is favorable to such water projects. Last but not least. Sen. Hay- Favors Project den (D-Ariz). chairman of the full Senate Appropriations Committee, sat In on the, Arkansas River hearings recently. He Indicated he favors the Arkansas projects. At least, he said he was "surprised" at the President's position. The situation isn't quite so good in the House Generallv the House Appropriations Committee seldom accepts any item not previously proposed in the budget. This means that money for Arkansas River projects most likely would have to be added on the floor, if the House is to vote money for them. This Is a little more difficult to do. It also has this added hazard: If the move fails, .then when the bill goes to a Senate-House con- compromise the House conferees might feel they .were bound by the adverse vote. However. Reps. Trimble Hays, »nd Norrell. Arkansas Democrats, haven't given up hope. Arkansas members of Congress lip for re-election this year — everyone except Sen. McClellan— keep one ear tuned to news from "back home" these days. The news they're all interested In, at course, is whether anyone him. But the others can hope they'll escape a campaign which would take them away from Washington about the time numerous legislative pots are coming to a boll. Pratt Remmel, former Republican mayor of Little Rock, said while in Washington recently that there is virtually no chance he'll run for the U. S. Senate seat of Sen. Pulbright (D-Ark.) this year. "Why should I run" he asked "We've got an awfully good Senator from Arkansas. Two of them in fact." Ble Day for Tyronia Dr. Larry H. McDanile, of Tyronza. Ark., is planning a- big day for his town May 24. On that day he expects a crowd of 2,000 to 3,000 to jam Tyronzu— a town of some 500— for a day's program devoted to Insprational phases of medicine. Dr. McDaniel, Arkansas State President of the Medical Society. was In Washington recently for a medical meeting and lined up a little program talent. He hopes to have Sen. Pulbright (D-Ark) and Reps. Gainings ID-Ark) and Judd (R-Minn) on hand. Winthrop Rockefeller, chairman of the Arkansas Industrial Commission, Is billed as principal speaker April 22 at the annual Brunch of the Arkansas State Society In Washington. At that meeting Mark Hollobaugh of Marshall, Ark., is slated to be announced as new society president, succeeding Cmdr. Scott McCuskey. Hollobaugh, who ha! fine record with the made Anti-trust Division of the Justice Department, Is planning to leave that post Tht Moit Complete Selection of GARDEN & LAWN TOOLS Blytheville'i Most Complete Hardware Store! General Hardware & Appliance Co. 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SUPERIOR SSS N. «th State IJcenM Blythevilte, Ark, Pho»« 2-2350 bill this week granting Wilhelmus Marlus Van der Veur the right of residence in the United States The 47-year-old native of the Netherlands was admitted to the United States as a visitor in 1953 after having rendered valuable assistance to U. S. forces in the Pacific during World War II. He was described in a congressional report as now living at Cave Springs, Ark., as a guest on the farm of Cot. Collins Stafford Myers. Couo'e Held For Abandoning 2-Year-Old Son MILWAUKEE W—A couple from Delaware was held here Monday on n New Mexico warrant charging them with abandoning their little son last, February. Police identified the couple as Karl Trout. 29. and his wife. 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