The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1953 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO VILLE (ARK.) COURIERNKW* TUESDAY, .TUNE «, 1958 Symington Says His QuestionsThwarted WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Symington (D-Mo.), former secretary of the Air Force, complained yesterday that Republican senators had shut off his attempts lo quiz Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson about military budget cuts. He made the protest in a letter to Sen. Saltonstall (R-Mass) chairman of the Armed Services Commit- Symlneton. a member at that, committee, said he wanted to qurs- ton Wilson nnd had asked Salton- staU to call the defense secretary before the Eroup. The chairman advised him instead, Symington said, tx> nsfc his questions when Wilson appeared before an appropriations subcommittee on the military budget. Refused The Missouri senator said that Sen. Ferguson (R-Mich), chairman, of the subcommittee, had first': aqreed but Inter rrfused to let him ask questions. Symington Is not » member of the Appropriations Committee. He told Siillonstnll that in view of Mils he wanted Wilson. Gen. Omar Bradlev, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and Gen. Hoyt Van- clenfotTK called before the Armed Services Committee. SyminRton, long an advocate of strong air power, said he con.Mder- rd Wilson's testimony before the appropriations subcommittee "at substantial variance." in plates with the iratimony of both Bradley and Man Crawls Half Mile to Save Kitten in Hollywood Sewer Line HOLLYWOOD UFl — Residents of* cSW°iira° 0 storm drain Saturday. | MorOCCO It was still crying yesterday. i They called the humnne society. , Two men went into the drain and come out without the kitten. Next three men from the denart _ DOOIT1S RABAT. French Morocco Next tnree men irom uie uuuau- ment of public works wont in. Thsy j Wartime shortages led Morocco to came out and said it was danwrous: S [ ar t exploiting the output of its to go farther because of stormriraln | nl iin nll oc ,. ra O f cnrk onk trees. Now gaies. The kitten was still ci-yinc. | it . s bic business and last year Bill Kierulff. 36, a landscape con-1 59400.000 worth of cor* was extractor, attached a 150-foot wire lo I po ,. t()(] himself. Neighbors held it. nnd he j „„..,. went In. It was steep, downhill (ro- inK in several inches of'muck and water. He spotted the kitten and reached for it. It backed away. His wire gave out. He unfastened it and kept going. The kitten kept backing. This kept up from one drain to another until, finally, the kitten surrendered. Kierulff put It. inside his shirt and climbed out the nearest manhole. It was more than half a mile from where he had started 3'.i hours earlier. He gave the kitten to 8-year-old Robin Way, who bathed it and reported It ,w»» black, white, beautiful ; and green-eyed, with a freckle on its nose. It was a boy kitten but Robin named him Sue — "because he came from a «ewer." Cork is the hark stripped from the trees. It is removed every year, nnd prows back In the next 12 months. The stripping tends to Improve the quality of the cork and the tree may live for 150 years. Much of the cork is used for local wine and bottling Industries and large, amounts are sent to Prance for bottling wines. A special veined variety is used to used to make the expanding chninpagne corks. Lower ciunlities are ground up. and with a binding medium, tinned into cork board for commercial u-ses. Read Courier News classified Ads. The Kids Will Love "Frosty" Bell Statement Is Challenged Witness Indicates Equipment May Be Smaller LITTLE ROCK (#*)—A witness for ritles opposing Southwestern Bel] Telephone CO.'R application for Increased rates chamrd today that the company doesn't, have as much money invested In Arkansas intra- st.ate properties as it witnesses have claimed. Likewise, James Honaker, Frankford. Ky., rate expert,-told the Arkansas Public Service Commission he believed that 1952 earnings which should b« ch^VRPri to intrn-sLate operations as contrasted to Intra-state operations were higher than the company had said. Roth factors are significant because PSC must fix a rate based on ii , •, nfajjc (,'. [.Kit ran oi the company's investment In the. state which ifi used in intra-state operations. The Iou r rr the intra-state investment, the less money needed to meet a certain rale of return. Honaker was the first witness as hearings on the Bell application were resumed Bell is fiecking to make permanent a 2.35 million dollar annual increase now being collected under bond, nnd nlso to have the PSC fix an additional "reasonable" Increase for the future. This latter proposed increase was not specified but at a previous hearing, the Bell attorney said it, should be at least 1.5 million dollars. RHEUMATIC PAIN? KIDNEY-BLADDER IRRITATION? 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