The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1948 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 8, 1948
Page 12
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TWKLTB BLYTHKVILLB '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 8, lfl,jg Congress Hopes To Quit June 19 Many Bills Pending; Republicans Ey» impending Convention By George K. Kecdy. Jr. Uaii«4 Press SUff Cocreniwadriil WASHINGTON, June 8. (UP>— Congress swung into the last Iwo scheduled week.-! of the .w&ilon yesterday with evely prospect tlwt members will be able lo tuck their bags and depart June 19. leaders were confident they oould jam through their "must" legislation by that date. They pointed to the Republican anxiety to have the liecks clear for the GOP 1 convention on June 21. , | The slower moving senate fates & more crpwded calendar of l«st ! minute business than the House, i night and Saturday .sessions wer« the order of the day as lenders «t rove to make t he ad jou in incut deadline. Threa eontrover.sml pieces of legislation now dominate the legislative scejio. They are the dmft bill, appropriations for the European Recovery Program and the Tail-Ellender-Wagner long-range housing bill. House leaders are dutermintd to take no action on the draft until the Senate has pa>sscd a bill. Top ranking Senators hope they can do so by late tonight. The House already has slashed ftdiijinist ration request* lor ERP funds, But Senate Democrats and some Republicans think they inny be able to get some part of the cut restored. The Senate has ft uj) roved the Tait-Ellender-Wayner bill but Us I provisions for federal construciion ! of low-rent housing have drawn h*avy fire in. the House. The House M expected to pass a biH of different character. Other Bills Vending In addition to tlu'ie measures, ft number of important bills me Awaiting consideration. High on the list is the Rd.inlnLstrnt.on. request to extend the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act which expires June 12. The House has approved an extension with amendments that Democrats have criticized henvilv. Senate lenders have placed the bill on their "must" list but it is .s pending. Other pending bills; Appropriations—Two ilia to be •onsidered, by the House and five by the Senate. These must be pitss- •d. before adjounnnetit lo keep the government rutming In the fiscal year starting July I. R«peal of special oleo-marg'artne taxes—approved by the House but •till' pending in the Senate with backers worried over its fate. Displaced persons bill—Legislation to admit 200,000 into the United SUUs in two years parcel by tfc« Senate. A somewhat different btU'vill probably acted upon tcdaj bf the Hotise. Mundt-Nixon Communist, control bill—passed by the House but apparently hearted for a. pigeon hole in the Senate Judiciary Commute;*. Farm legislation—An extension «rf present price supports is pcndug before the House. Some Senators Are talking about a long-range farm ; bill at £htt session but prospects j •«m vague, i How Tailor's Camera Measures Longshoremen's Overtime Upheld By High Tribunal WASHINGTON, June «. (UP> — The U. S. Supreme Court ytsler- il:iy nnhcld H premium overtime pay formula for lonKtihorrnuM), and InMslcd that Jt does not give "overtime on lop of overtime." The court ruloci 5 Lo 3 thai lon- shoremrn, who now jjct t line-and- a-liulf pay for weekend ant) night, work, are entitled to 'additional timo-and-a-half pay ior all work performed niter I hoy put In H 40 hour week. The decision may the govern- | mcnt a.s much as JHUO.OOO.OOO for I • back pay claims under wartime contracts. It may cost private em- oyurs many millions more. And NOW! longshoremen wtios* claims were made In * test. 'Mill on the issue Justice Stanley F. Reed wrote the majority decision. He was Joined by Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson ami I;--------Justices Wiley B. Rutlecifc'e Frank Murphy and Hugo L. Black. | Justice* Felix Frankfurter. Rob- i erl H. Jackson and Hmold H. Bur- | Ion dissented. Justices Wllllain O. DoiiRlas stiiyed out of the cnse. Reed concluded Dint the time- and-a-half pay longshoremen already receive for nlfsht and weekend work Is a standard premium rale for working Inconvenient hours Therefore, he said, stevedores nrc entitled to the overtime prescribed In the Wage-Hour Act when they work longer than the 40-hour week- Courier Newi Want A<1«. | at FOUNTAINS Everywhere! This shows how "Photometric," new Eribtimm Kodak enmeni for mCMstitim* custom tailors' patrons, produces four different views of the customer on one; negative U is s;mi that the camera, just demonstrated rn New York, will clinunnLe lillings Michael and Princess Anne Move Into Greek Palace; Wed Thursday Dewey Backs Restoration of ERP Fund Cuts liy Krigar CEurk i UnUcd I'rf.M* Stuff C'orrcsvHmdpnt ' ATHKNS, June 8. tUl'j—Funncr King Michael oE Romania «nU. Princess Anne of Bourbon-Parma moved into the Greek royal palace yesterday, where they will be married on, Thursday. They arrived I rum Gcncvn Ht .lawn aboard s reyularly-schedulcrt TWA airliner accompanied by Michael's aide, MaJ. Jacques V»:r- yolti. Michael had cancelled without explanation his pi nils to pilot his private plane lo the scene of the nuptials. The youthful royal lovers ' were greeted at the airport by King Paul and Queen Fiedcrikn of Grecve; Queen Helen, Michael's mother; and Princess Irene, a sister of the Greek king. The government delegation on mud to greet them included Foreign Minister Theinisloch-s Sophou and representatives of the army, navy, air lorc'e and gendarmerie. The only foreign diplomat PIT \va-s tho Dunish ambassador to Greece. The stocky Michael, garbed in a, double breasted srey suit, V King Paul. Anne, wearing a blue silk suit and Liny white hat, kissed her future mother-in-law and. Queen Frcclcrika and curtsied lo the Greek kinji. Later the couple inspected the famed Evzones in their white ruffled skirts and red hats before driving the six miles to the palace behind a motorcycle escort. A local new.spaprr protr.sied LLgainst the wedding being held in Greece while the nation wn,s involved In' civil war. Police were .stationed alon^ the ionic frojiv the airport to the palace in extraordinary security precautions. All [x'r.<jon,s, except official. 1 ;, were searched MS they cnterrd the t>ir- \>orl. Greek photographers were barred from tlie field. The ci'Uplfi will honeymuon in the Greek Summer pul^icc at. Tatoi in the Northern outskirts of Athens, ciihninuting Thft romance that, be- Biin in London court circles. it 11 Lay affect industries besides .shipping. The decision upheld m ruling 1 by the Second U. H. Circuit Court I of appeals in tavor til 20 New York Si'ventoc-n-year-old Mrs. Mary Wit- iniii], a bride of six weeks, j said yesterday she ran off with n married man "winnhifjly because J love him so much." Mi's, Kalmoski waited in Jail cell to laco her hasband, Thomas In. Ktilinoski whom she dr.serled lo j no with Arthur 1.1. Dents, Jr., M, i KiPH.stoii, Pa., father of two children. "I went with Arthur willingly, 1 love him so much." .she toid [>olice. Di'i.'ts and Mrs. Kalinoski, of New York, Pa., were arrested nt. a hotel here yesterday nfitr an uniilentl- fi(?ri wornnn rec-oynixed Deets from j a newspaper description ami Iti- lormcd piilicc. Offirials snid Mrs. Kalinoski's hu.sbnjul of .six \vefik.i was expected WICHITA, K.An.5., June R, (UP)—j here to return his bride to York. Bride of Six Weeks Runs -. i kt • t * j Wtth Marrtea AlOfl ^ Family Shoe Store 1 5 "V weet and low- Sordon TINY50X Sweet Spring colors in low, hnltl*- hugging socks for tiny tots. Tender Iocs wiggle in x>ft Tinysox of fine goug« mercerized cotton thol weart afuJ ihc3 like a dream! n or fancy cuffi in &4Z«> 4 tO ' ALBANY, June 8. (UP•—Guv- Thomas E. LX'wey denmmkd yesterday that the $',».000,000.000 cut in the European »nd China recov-i, cry progrnms be restored by the ' RepdbUcan- controlled Congress. Dewey, contender Ior the GOP • presidential nomination, joined with] Sen. Arthur H. Vandcnborg, ft., Mich,, who is leading a fitjhl to have, the redtij^ii appropriation placed back in the recovery program. "The original auihori7.ntiotis for the European and China recovery i programs were. In my Judgement. ] the proper a mounts .reqiiirrd fur i the great, purposes of these pro- { grams," Dewey said. "J earnestly hone that the mno- ! lints which have been cut will be restored, thereby inaintainint: I he confidence ot the peoples of Ihe frf:t: \vtjrld In our good fsilth and lenders lii p." The house, by n vote nf 148 to 113. dicided last Friday .to hark np •trimming 'he program by two billion dollars. , THE BESTtrST FOR WHISKEY... 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