The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1948 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 8, 1948
Page 16
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PA« WXTKKJT BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) OOUK1ER NKW8 Trade Act Gets Senators'Okay BiH for OIM Y«or Extension Slated F«f. Vot« Tomorrow WASHINGTON, June 8. (UP) — Th« Senate Finance Committee today jfoted 8 to 5 to extend the reciprocal frad« act lor one year after knocking out of the Honse- approved bill a provision to give Congress a veto over any new tariff cuts Chairman Eugene D. Milllkln, R., Colo., said he hopes to bring the bin up on the Sennte floor tomorrow. He .said he hopes Congre.w will complete action on the legislation before the present law expire*. The Senate Committee cliinin-j at«l entirely a provision In the Hoiis* approved bill which would have given Congress ft veto over tariff cuts greater tlisn those okayed by the commission Weakens Restriction It watered down another House- npproved restriction which would I hnve made the commission's re-1 commendations binding on the prcs- i Ident when he negotiates a tariff-] cutting agreement. Instead, it provided merely llmt the president must get the commission's recommendations before' negotiating such nn agreement. These recommendations would not" be binding but the president would have to explain fully to Congress within 30 days If he vent beyond: them. The administration wanted a- three-year extension of the law I with no charges. But the version okayeti by the Senate committee is certain to be more welcome to administration; leaders thnn the more restrictive House version. Secretary of state George C. Marshall SRid It would be better to let the law expire thnn extend It in form passed by the House. i Arabs Beg Passes at Acre Prison Arabs ben passos from an Israeli guard at Acre prison, so Ihcy muy visit relatives,held Ilicre. This is the prison where lha British imprisoned and executed Jewish terrorists. (Photo by NKA-Acme statT correspondent David S. Boyer.) Here's How Las Vegas Gets Plenty of Water TjAS VEGAS, Ncv. IUP> -Tourists who wonder why Las Vegas was founded on such an unsheltered spot are quickly informed by ni\- tive southern Nevadans that they are standing on one of the best artesian water sources in the nation. Two underground rivers—one 300 feet and the other some 600 feel below the earth's surface serve the city and surrounding • rca with pure artesian water. The rivers are about, five miles wide am 1 are believed to emerge below I! surface of the Colorado River t the southeast. Nebraska Primary Said Technically Illegal NEBRASKA CITY. Neb. f[JPi — J. H. Sweet, editor of the Nebraska City News-Press, says that "probably 99 per cent—pcrliaps all—of Nebraska's 2,024 precincts conducted Illegal voting in the recent presidential primary. "You didn't hear the ''Crier' yell. "The Polls Are Now Open, 1 nor did a similar voice cry out: The Polls Aie New Closed'," Sweet said, "yet that's the law. "The Nebraska statue books still carry n law requiring Unit a town [crier announce both the opening and closing of the polls. "A proclamation, says John Law, sh:tll be 'orally issued' when the polls are open in the morning, and 30 minutes before they close in the Fish Desert Black Sea, Glut Turkish Market ISTANBUL (UP)—Even the fLsn are fleeing from Russian doinina- tio ,according to Turkish fishermen, who cliilrn they "never had suc'i luck," Within three dny.s, Istanbul fishermen pulled in more than 1.000.000 pounds of anchovies and 70,000 pounds of mnckercl. When the sudden glut hit. the market, the whole sale price of anchovies dropped from 25 cents a ]K)imd to nine cents in one day. The next day, when evening. "Hut supreme court decisions say omission is only an error and errors do not Invalidate elections It takes a plain vlolntlon of law to do that." ', JUNK 8,1348 French Cabinet- Supports Six- Power Agreement By Joneph W. Orlcr United Frew SUff Cormpondrnt PARIS, June 8. (UP)—The Cabinet decided today to «lve Its full! and united support to Foreign Minister cjeorges Bldault lit defence of the Six-Power agreement on the future of Western Germany. By aligning Itself solidly behind Bldault the government thus committed itself to standing or fall- Ing as a whole In the storm of opposition touched off In France by the agreement . A board and varied section of public opinion clamored that the agreement endangered french security by making jwsslble a resurgence of German militarism, and that the French made too ninny concessions in the negotiations with tile United States, Great Britain. Belgium, the Net lierlands and Luxembourg. The Cabinet, was In session for more than four and a half hours. H heard a long statement, by Bi- danlt on the Six-Power Pact which was under attack particularly by the Communists and by Gen. Charles De Gaulle's rally of the french people. rt, decided (hat lildanlt should face the national assembly Friday and defend the agreement. If necessary he also would face a vote of confidence on which the fate of the enti/e government, would depend. Blythcville Girts State Delegate fleeted Mayor Mary Frances Gnines, a Biytlic- vllle delegate to the annual Girls Stutc sponsored by the Arkansas American Legion Auxiliary at Camp Robinson, was elected mayor of prices dropped la less than a cent and n half a pound, fishermen dis- gue.stedly began throwing their anchovies back, into the sea. Experts said storms and misen- ronnble weather changes in the Blnck Sen apparently sent billions of nrichovics in a mad dash through ttie Bosphotous. ' mythical Jefferson City Sunday. Aft*r studying th« theory of city government, the student* put their theory into practice by electing of- flcera for their four mythical cities. Miss'Gallies represented the Federalist Party In the election. ThU party won 15 offices, while th* Nationalists won M. Wort/tin g ton to Discuss State Realtort' Ray WorLhlngton will lead a discussion on the State Real Estate Convention scheduled to be held in BJythevJlle next October at the Northeast Arkansas District Real Estate meeting at the Rendezvous Hotel /n Paragould Thursday nl^ht. Robert Graves of the Blytheville group will give the response to the welcome address. Members of the Blytheville Real dilate Board who will attend the Paragould meeting include F. B. Joyner, Luther Gray, Russell Man. Joliimy Man, E. B. Davicj, Russell Hiales, w. M. Burns, J. E. Stevenson, Jr., Cecil Earls, and. E. M. Terry, Mr. Worthington and Mr. Graves. The board met Inst, night for a dinner meeting at the Hotel Noble, and Noble Gill, speaking on his "Learn to Live Education" program suggested Jor Mississippi County, was principal speaker. Jim* «. (UP)—(UBDA—Livestock: Hogs 13,500; Hl*bl< 10,500. Market 75-»l extreme* more higher, top 36,25. Bulk of 180-230 Ibs 25- M.SS; popular top as. 340-270 Ibs 2J.7S-J4.15; KO-300 Ibs 22.25-Z3.7J- 300-425 lb« JO-M; J30-160 Ibs 21.- 50-24; 100-1J9 Ib. 1I.H-M.MJ *OW1 460 lb*U.60-l»; heavier »ow» 17.2618.50. Cattle 4,000; salable 3,400; calve* 2,500; all salable. General undertone of firmness In cattli trade, but movement rather slow due to higher asking price*. A (ew load* medium to good steer*, 31-3 held higher, good and choice fers and mixed yearlings 31-3425- some mixed held abov« 35- medium kind* largely 27.50-30; a few «or3 cows 2460-15; common and nSSE urn beef cows 13-23; dinners ami cutter* 14.50-18. Livestock ST. LOUIS Nail Stockyards, 111. NOW! at FOUNTAINS . Everywhere! Delicious! Tasty! Fresh Fried CRAPPIE Served Regularly! --CATFISH Served with Corn Dodgers You'll Enjoy these Expertly Prepared Dishes Served to You In the Pleasant Atmosphere of Dixieland Cafe. Cold Beer - Served In Frosted Glasses We Now Feature Curb Service DIXIELAND CAFE Holland, Mo. Zealous Zionist Mis. 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