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PAGE TWO BI.YTIIEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, l»9t Eisenhower Won and Lost In Congressional Session TAX (Continued from Page 1> Ho snid he thought it rath- By JKKRV T. HiU'l.OH WASHINGTON (AP) LSix months ago President Eisenhower laid down to Congress what he called "a sure and substantial beginning" toward the kind of program ho thought j,,, best for the country. |u<m. Congress in the session which ended yesterday, adopted some of his proposals and re-;cr unusual," however, that M iectetl others.'still others outlined in the President's stale of The Union Mesagc Feb. 2 were I™;* « sk , ( ' < , ltr ;; i ' vm ™ i , ln ca f M never presented to Congress by the administration. "' """ " The President <;av(j his own es-1 2 Extended Ihe Reciprocal timate .last month when he told;Trade Acr.-ements Act for one his news conference he felt pro- : year until next June, gross had been made, but not fast enough. New ideas and ne.w people need time to pet frointr! and there is always some friction. Eisenhower's first bic victory Former Resident Dies in Missouri Services for Mrs. Flora Allen, 73, bribe or political contrlbu- j of Pisk. Mo. former Blytheville res- testified yt'stonliiy he paid Maycock $(15,000 cash le-KR than three months nfuir May cock took the cnse on a contingent lee basis. "Unusiml" Lascfon denied "any suggestion Domestic Field fdent who died in Fisk Sunday, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow In Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by McPeak. __ i Kaid William Solomon oi New i ^ 1P York arranged a meeting with ! Burial will be In Maple Grove iMaycork after I,action's own attor- i Cemetery. : 3. Approved admission of some he said I- 1 ' 1 ." 00 "''ens d»rin« the next three •vears above regular quotas. The. ; O f In I he domestic field, measures | ticys hud, failed to obtain a tax Eisenhower proposed in his moss- - ruling, and, in fact had advised j age but which were not. acted on 1 fully by Congress included; Statehood for Hawaii; revision ment of a now farm price support law; broadening of social security against, pressing his application on grounds it would be rejected. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Brooks of Fisk. Daniel Reed (H-N'Yi and winning six-month extension until Dec. Denounced mistreatment of 31 of the excess profits tax on , minority croups by Russia and So- The administration let economic I relief abroad. business. ' [ viol satellites. The stunninc setback was in los- 5 Amhori/.ed use of Kid million [ controls die and, as ing an llth-hour plea to raise by j riollars nf surplus goverment-held proposed, kept rent 15 billion dollars the 275 billion : ( 00( |s for dollar limit on how much the gov- j ernmem can be in debt. Eisenhower had said, in his State of the Union message, that taxes should not be reduced and the statutory debt limit should be raised. May Vets Move The Bill approved 10 presidential plans for phond him urKinif "all haste" in reorganization of executive agen- j consideration of Lasdon's tax ap- i. now in private law prac- cies. plication. | German to Die I For Fighting Reds in Indochina lical defense are.v AIR BASE t Continued from Pajie 1) has But Congress did vote to reduce | a tax, by passing a bill to'repeal j RERUN Ifi — A the 20 per cent levy on movie Communist court reportedly theater admissions. It went to Els- sentenced a young German to enhower's desk for signature days death because he fought the Reds ago and there was some talk he in Indochina as a member ol the might .veto It. |French Foreign Legion. The administration moved to- 1 West Berlin's anti-Communist; ward his goal of a balanced budget j League ol Fiee Juiis s, wnci^ las ^ but it still faced a deficit this year j^o^um CM^^m^^co.mec^ns^.,,, wanted to confer with Arkansns: Missouri Power Co. officials on ob- Rtissian zone' tn i nin|? natl , ra j Ra .s for the base. Postponed once, this conference is scheduled to be held at 10 a.m. Thur."--day in Little Rock, according Lo Ark-Mo officials. Eisenhower j tl( '< ! ln Washington, testified Foley controls in ! Kflic ' J () bn Snydcr, then secretary I of the Treasury, had inquired about it. He said Foley asked him to dis- . cuss the case immediately with j Char Ins Oliphant, then chief revenue bureau counsel, ^nti report "whether you would approve the application." Reduced Rate Price fold the committee he recommended against the ruling, hut that it was issued aflcr Oliphant ordered him to produce a justification. Tobin fold the coinmitf.ee that | the rulitit; in Liisdon's favor in- Jack Cunclrn, chief engineer of J volver! income tax savings esti- he utility's ga.s department, will I mated at between a half-million it tend, aloiif; with representatives I and a million dollars. 1 Strategic Air Command. Con- The ruling involved Lasdon's de- estimated at $5,800,000,000, includ- j demjied .. for espionage and "USJIIB struction and in.stalhition details I sire in sell patent licenses to ing many items left over from the Canons against a peace-loving are .scheduled to be discussed. j futility-owned, tax-exempt chari- Truman administration. Eisenhower ran into hented fight but won an over-all victory in getting approval for 6'^ billion dollars in foreign aid outlays, Here 's how f nr Cong ress went in implementing other major foreign policy proposals in Eisenhower's State of the Union message: 1. Authorized the President to spend 200 million dollars for reconstruction in South Korea. weapons people." | Hasfreiter is a West German who If, following HIP g bids already taken ts conference. on the two joined the Foreign Legion in 19461 buildings are opened and contracts and was captured by the Commu-! let, some actual work could be start- nlst-led Vietminh in Indochina in j ed in September. ]!)-!9. lie was sent back to Soviet' As a rule, however, bids must be EnsL Berlin and released there in j advertised for 30 days, sn other con- 1951, but when he. returned later; strurlion work probably would not to the Russian zone to visit his wife, he was seized by the secret police on charges of spying. Commodity And Stock Markets- Mobile, Ala., was the first pure- finish design plnn, ly commercial town founded in t,he j here. bPRin before October. A delegation from the United States District lUngincfir's office in i j )Cl . cent. Little Rock was in town today, to! . Higginbotham Child Dbs; Rites Tomorrow Sorvicps for Sandra Darlene Hlf?- ginbotham, otie-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Higginbotham of Chicago, formerly of BlythevillP, will be conducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Bob Petrovich. Burial will be Voorhees Named To European Post WASHINGTON (/Pi—Secretary o( Defense Wilson has appointed former Under Secretary of the Army Tracy Voorhees to a dual pout in Europe. The New York lawyer, whp resigned his Army office. In 1950. will represent the Pentncon in nrrnnc- ing military procurement In Europe and will .serve as defense adviser to the U. S. permanent representative on the North Atlantic Council, Ambassador John C. Huphes. Gen, Clark Flying To Washington WASHINGTON I/ft — Gen. Murk W. Clark, United Notions Fav East commander, will fly to Washington i today for an official welrome and; conferences before returning to j Tokyo. j Gen. and Mrs. Clark arrived in I the United States last week and went on to New Orleans to attend • In Maple Grove tne W eddinR of his son. The Pen-1 Cemetery. The child died Sunday ,„„„„ 6ill( | clnrk w m return to the 1 in Chicago, where her parents had moved recently. Other survivors include a brother, David. Special Tailor On Hand for PWs SEOUL «P—A special tailor will sec to it that Americans returning from Communist wnr prisons will get the best tit possible In army fatigues. A fitted and two sewing machine operators will tie stationed along the processing line for repatriated U. N. POW's in Operation Big Switch, the 8th Army said. K;u:h former prisoner will receive one pair of tailored fatigues and low shoes as well as underwear and socks at the Freedom Village reception center. Reds Plug Schools SAN FRANCISCO M>>—Pciping radio says there are more than 110.000 students enrolled m technical schools to become specialized technicians, particularly in heavy industry, to meet the heeds of Red China's five-year plan. The broadcast, heard here by The Marriage Ruled Valid Even after Divorce MANILA </F) — A Filipino Judg* has ruled the marriage of a Filipino girl and a U. S. serviceman "Is still valid and subsisting" even after a United States court grant«d » divorce. The decision was an offshoot of a child support suit filed by the divorced wife of Alfredo Javier, retired U.S. navy man. The support claim was granted by the Judge. Javier obtained in 1941 a contested divorce decree from the circuit court of Mobile County, Alabama. Hs charged desertion by his wife, Salud Area, whom he married In Manila in 1937. Blyrheville Man's Father Succumbs Services for Mino P. Dover, 72. Movie Star Pays Fine BEVERLY HILLS. Calif. IIP)— j Arrested July 17 on a charge of; drunkenness, former movie actress; Barbara Bennett has paid a $50 i Yukon Territory, Canada, sends one member to the Canadian House of Commons. The territory covers an area of 200,000 square miles. Associated Press, said the government was Riving ever more and more attention to such schools. . ••••••••«•««••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Phone 4621 Show Starts Weekdays ISE 7:00 p.m. Sal. & Sun. i§== 1:00 p.m. father of Mino F. Dover, Jr., of, fine. She was to have appeared ' for trial yesterday when the pay- Blytheville, who died at his home in ParaRould Saturday, were conducted at the Methodist Church in ParaRould yesterday. Other survivors include three sisters. Mrs. Glenn McFarling of Memphis, Mrs. Jean Stimson of Parntfonld. Mrs. Harold .Williamson of New York: and another son, Bob Dover of Paragould. table foundnlion so as to benefit $111 Bond Forfeited For Drunk Driving ti'nm capital uain.s taxes on the ' Mrs. W. F. Klinl: was charged In patent royalties at less than in- Municipal Court this morning with driving while intoxicated in connection with a traffic mishap yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Klink's car ran Into the rear of a propane gas truck causing Ihe rale of 25 per cent instead of a small amount of damage to the the income tax rate of up to 80 I front of her car, police said Bond of $111.7.5 was forfeited. Alvin Wilson was charged with ment was disclosed in court records. come tax rates. By selling his patent licenses to the foundation as capital assets. Lfisdon was able under the law, with Treasury approval, to pay at New York Cotton Oct O.ien High Low 33SO 3385 3316 States. for the base ! flrer. nintle up the group, which had ; misuse of vehicle license. The case j I lunch with Mayor Dan Blodpett at was continued until Auc. 8. I RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. •••••••*•*••••»•*•*•••< TUBS & WED THE MARKSMAN Wilh Wayne Morris Elena Verdugo AiR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION I •«•*•••*••••*•*•*••••••••••••••••••*••*••••••••• See Our Mew Giant Wide Circle Vision Screen. The Picture Looks SO REAL! TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature ALANLAID-DEBOMHKERR (SAMS BOM-COME MLYET A MOST EXTRAORDINARr FILM! •ROYAL JOURNEY* ,Th. Full li"9*. OHIdtil Rrard =1 lU Vllll tl \ QnB«n ELIZABETH . DUKE ot EOINBUR6H ALSO COMEDY Seven engineers. Including one of- ' noon. 3383 Dec 3-:05 3413 3433 340" Mar 3«0 3435 3425 342 May . 3135 3443 3-130 343 New Orleans Cotton O;5en High Low Clos Oct. 3382 3382 3312 33, Dec 3435 3410 3390 3431 M flr 3430 3438 3425 342C May 34C2 3435 3427 342 Chicago Corn HIGH LOW CLOSE Bep 1.4G> 2 l.W, I.4.V, Dec 1.37.'> 4 1.3G :I4 J.37 ; ',, Chicago Whear Sep Dec HIGH LOW . 1.96'u 1.93' a . 2.03 2.00 1.84' 4 2.00 1 , Chicago Soybeans HIGH LOW CLOSE .... V 2.54 :14 2.53'., 2.54'j Sep Nov Jan Mar 2.43 2.51 New York Stocks 154" A T and T Amer Tobacco 77 Anaconda Copper 33 ! Beth Steel .«•>. Chrypler 73 Coca-Cola 112 Gen Electric 73. Gen Motors fil) 1 Montgomery Ward n<) • N Y Central 24•' Int Harvester 1?,V J C Penny 70' Republic Steel 49 Radio l!f>' S'icony Vacuum Studebfiker Standard of N ,1 Texas Corp Soars U S Steel Sou Pac SB''; 38" 441 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. W—(USDAi—Hoes 7.500: barrows and gilts 75-1.00 lower, extremes 1.50 loU'er on weights under 170 Ib demand lii(;h!y s e I e c t i y e: woluhts 210-230 li) r e c e i v 1 n R marked preference; anything under 200 Ib sharply discounted; choice 200-240 Ib 23.50-75 largely; two loads early 23.85; late top 23.60, with popular l»te price 23.50180-190 Ib 22.00-23.00: some loads 1BO-HI6 Ib 22.50: 150-170 Ib 19.5022.00; '20-'40 Ib '675-1875; sous 25-50 lower; bulk 40 Ib down 11)5021.00; heavier weights 17.00-18.75; boars 12.00-15.00. Cnttle 8,000; calves 1.900; very little early selling; few commercial and good butcher yearlings 14.50-19.00: lightweight canning offerings down to 7.00-8.00; fnirly active selling on cows nt fully steady prices.; ulility and commercial cows 9,50-12.00; canners njjd cullers 7.00-9.50; hulls and vonlers steady; utility nnd commercial bulls 11.00-13.SO; dinner and culler bulls 8.00-10.50; few prime 24.00; pood and cholo; venlers 17.00-22 00; utility and commercial 12,00-16,00. CM. Smart's MIDSUMMER SALE Continues Stocks Are Complete—Buy Now at Substantial Savings! Round-up sale! v m j U Toleman: AUTOMATIC on your old heating equipment no matter what make or condition when you buy a FLOOR FURNACE Coiemmf OIL OAS LP-OAS FITS |N FLOOR-TAKES NO SPACE A complete in-floor furnace lliat needs no air ducts, no hasniKMit, no nllerntions. Heats 2 to 4 rooms with cimiliitiny warm air. OAS LP-OA* WALL HEATER OAS FITS EASILY IN WALL- Takes no spare. No basement needed, no air duels, no even vating. 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