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June 10, 1948

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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THURSDAY, JUNE 10,1948 BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.V COURIER NEW! Rivers, Harbors Funds Approved Senate Committee Okays $132,444,000 For Water Projcti WASHINGTON, June 10 (UP) — The Senate Public Works Committee yesterday approved a rjill to authorize $132.444,000 of future rivers and harbors and flood control project*. The total was $40.566.000 more than the 582.888,000 authorized under x House-passed bill. A comparison of the bills showed: House Senate j_. Commute* * Rivers and Harbors $20,888.000 $30.444.000 Flood Control 25,000,000 05,000.000 Emergency Work & Surveys 37,000,000 37,000,000 Total ... 82,888,000 132,444.000 Congress must appropriate funds later (or the projects authorized In this legislation. The Senate Commute did not knock out any authorization in the House bill. The Senntc Committee added additional projects. nivers and harbors projects approved by both the House and the Senate committee, and estimated costs included: Deep Creek, Warwick County, Va. $153,000; Southern branch of Elizabeth River, Norfolk Hnrbor, Va. $1,730,000; Inaldn Waterway from Beaufort to Jacksonville. N. C., and New River to Jacksonville, $196.100 St. Andrew Bay, Pla., $80.000; Arkansas Project Planned Rivers and harbors projects ad ded by Senate Committee and esti mated cost include: Wlnyah Bay, s. C., revisions t save $100.000; Gulfport Harbor £,*Mlss., $496,900; Harrison County (^Mlss., Shore protection, $1,133.000. Flood control projects approved by both the House and the Senate committee, and estimated costs include: Arkansas River Basin at Carthage and Monett, Mo.. $740,000; special provision concerning approaches to highway bridges across the Arkansas River at Morrillon and Van Buren-Fort Smith, $200,000; and Mississippi River below Cane Girarcjeau, Mo., $7,700.000. Flood control projects added by Senate Committee, and estimated costs include: Calooshatchce River and Lake Okeechobee Drainage Areas, Pla S16.300.000; Arkansas River Basin Devils Swamp. Baton Houge I,a $2,000,000; Languille River, Ark., $5,100,000 They Beard Congress in Its Den president-elect (or the past year succeeds M»gr. Maurice K. Griffin of Cleveland. At yesterday's session o( the organization's. 33rd miniul convention, the Rev. John W. Uarrett, Chicago trclKllocesan director of Catholic hospitals, was selected president-elect. Under the association.'! constitn- lon, the president-elect serves for n year as a member of (Ji« e.xecu- llvp boiud. then a year »s president, followed by a year as past-president. U.S. Treasury Concludes Simplified Income Tax Form Is Too Complicated WASHINGTON, June 10. —(UP) —The Ircnsuiy lias come to (he PAGE THRO conclusion that IU "simplified" income tax form used by wage eunicri U too confusing. It will b« abolished «, a Ux form next year. Treasury Secretary John W. Snyder said Unit a four-year lest of the form—W-2—hns proved It has "caused much confusion." Form W-2 is the one wane earners receive from their employers showing ihelr total eslary and withholding (nx for tlw year. They i-ouUl fill II out, mall It In and let tho government figure their tax. Most, of (ho contusion, tne treasury snlcl, inmp from the fact that to many wage earners worked for more than one employer during the ycnr and had difficulty deciding how to 1111 out tbo forms. Hereafter, 11 will serve merely as a receipt (o tho employ* for At all drug ttorei cmrvtMn _ Blythevllle, at Kitty Dn* With banners denouncing Congress for spending billions for Europe and wars, "but not a penny for the aged," the National Convention of Townsend Clubs met in Washington. Founder ot the old-ag« pension plan is Dr. Francis Townsend, center, shown with Vegetarian Party presidential candidate John Maxwell, left, and William Parrnely, Ovid, N. Y, farmer. Spotted Elk, It Turns Out, Ho$ Spotty Army Record and a Good Imagination MONTGOMERY, Ala., June 10. — (UP)—Oh Spotted Elk, the Great White Father Is displeased with you. Pvt. Lee Orange, who says he's a full-blood Cheyenne Indian and called Spotted Elk by his tribesmen, told Arkansas newsmen that he bailed out of a c-47 transport plane Sunday, en route to Carnegie, OMa., to see his new-born son. Orange, who said he was a corporal, told reporters that he couldn't get a furlough, so ho caught a ride on the C-4T ship leaving ounter Field here Sunday. 'Dixie Downs' Is Target of Bishop'si re -,* MEMPHIS, Tenn., June 10. — (UP)—Bishop William T. Witkins of Louisville. Ky., cited gambling conditions in his home city yesterday in speaking out against the proposed $2,000,000 "Db:ie Downs" race track near West Memphis, Ark! Watkins, here to preside al the 110th annual session of the Memphis Conference of the Methodist Church said that he has "lived for four years in a city where the race track and associated gambling have been an established custom for more than half a century." "I think any minister In my city " he said, "would testify that bookmakers create problems in his nar- Jsh by taking the small wa «e earner's bets. This depletes family incomes to the point of making the family social charges In many instances. In other Instances, it leads to crime and tragedy " j, Watkins said that he "knows no =city where a race track Is an asset." Law enforcement agencies have never been able to control the bookmakers in a city where there is a race track," he said. "It Is against the law but bets can be placed anywhere in Louisville." City officials have engaged in a controversy with Gov. Ben Laney of Arkansas over the proposed track Laney claims that he was pressured by Mayor James Pleasants to tt:>;.i down an application for the racinp plant. B Laney is expected to consider the construction permit at a hearm° June 23 at Little Rock- in connection with the first sentence. To further ruin a good story, officials said only one c-47 left either Gunter or Maxwell here Sunday. Lt went to Lawson Field, Ga and back. Additionally, C-47 men question that parachuting from that type of ship is a one-man Job. It would lake superhuman strength In flight to open the hatch. Besides, how did he stick around to close the door back, once outside the plane. Had the hatch been left open, by Air Corps regulations, the pilot would have reported it. Such a re- Orange said he thought the ship • . , ......... — was California-bound, when it I ' ]0rt h!ls not bccn received. headed out into the wild blue j In addition. Orange, 21, has for yonder. several days been "recommended ,,.. ' ,, ,, _ for separation ns an inapt soldier." wt iIf MI ? , ' P rane ? £[U(I he the Air Force added. hit the silk, in his first—and last— parachute pump. He landed a few miles east of Memphis. Tenn., and hitchhiked to North Little Rock, Ark. Police picked him up there and turned him over to the military at the Hot Springs Army and Navy Hospital. He told the provost marshall that he had been in the Air years and liad had a 10 at the conclusion of his basic training. He said the child was born to his 23-year-old wife three weeks ago. The Air Force version of the saga of Private Orange differs. Three weeks ago, said the Air Force, Orange was given a furlough and a $40 cash advance, to make the Oklahoma trek. Where he went isn't included in the official record. But he reappeared without the $40, and with a hangover. That is in the record. The furlough was rescinded. ; The AAF said Orange : h"«a been at Gunter Air Force base since January. His record shows two court martials. One for drunkenness- The other for violating his restrictions, South Carolina Priest To Head Hospital Group CLEVELAND, June 10 —(UP)— ThcRcv. George Lewis SmIV, director of Catholic hospitals lor the Diocese of Charleston, S. C., yestcr- Corps two ! dil 5' assumed the position of presl- day leave dent ot tne Catholic Hospital As:_ . • j^nHnlEnn AT DREIFUS FOR YOUR JUNE BRIDE... 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