The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 12, 1946
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THURSDAY, DKCKMHRK 12, 1946 BLITHE VILLE (ARK.); COURIER NEWS lne< Man Control 'ue foi Shake-up Republicans Win Promise of Support From Southerners 1SV DEAN W. DITTMKR litcd I' Stuff Correspondent 'WASHINGTON, nee. 12. (UP) — "sional Republicans won the T ,^._-- of an influential Southern mocrat today for any campaign outlaw the closed union shop d infiu.stry-widc bargaining. Sen. Harry p. Byrd. 13.. Va.. said e new Congress should abolish th "to prevent one-man control • the essentials of life." | He said .however, that he would Pose the OOP lax reduction pro- iiin until the budget is balanced roiiKh reduced federal spending. 'Uie Republicans arc talking of I come tax cuts as high as 20 ] r cent. Byrd. chairman of the Joint. Con, cssjonal Economy Coniinitlee. told Porters tie would oppose any tax 'I in 1017 and insist that any Unction in 194H be made "only in "oporticm to the extent of econ| ines." Ho said lax euts and lahor laws e closely related because: 'Yon can't c'Ut the tax rate until up know the amount of national iconic on which a will be levied •id Bet an i-ieu of the revenue Inch can be expected. And you in't estimate the national income ji^lhc face of strikes and crippled House postwar economic pol- v committee asserted unanimously ie.imvhi!e that labor control legis- ition is "mandatory" to head off a serious business slump." This •Kislntion, it said, should be "cor- :c!ive" but not "punitive." Committee Chairman William M. •otincr. D.. Miss., added that Con- rcss must never again permit | the repetition of such unfortunate iislfmccs" as the recent c oal strike. For Reduced Spending, Ton "Mo economic plans of Congress. r the business of Hie country arc .'orlh anything if the country is | o continue to u: stymied by sucl •aralyzing blo»-s." he said . The committee said the budget ould be reduced safely to $30,000.00 for the next fiscal year, will 1 further cut the following year t foresaw "danger for the future' f the budget could net be balance! I indcr present high incomes am lipli tax rates. Byrd said that even with a na ional income as high as S100.000. 103.050, the lux yield under presen .•ales would finance only a part )f the government's fixed charges. Li.Thc government's return from PJ30.0I)0000,COD Of national income f would be about siD.CCO.COO.OCO. Byrd I compared this amount with esti- I mates that it will cost the govcrn- I incut So.OOO.COO.OOO to finance the I national debt, f 12.000.000,000 for na- I tional defense and $7.000,000.000 for I veterans benefits a total of S24 I oco ooo.coo. He recalled that, the highest national income before World War II was S83.000.00a.000 in 1929 "and (his ended in a bust." The 1928-11 | average was S63,000,000,COO. Former Pastor Here is Cited For War Work Dr. Alfred Carpenter, inslor of First Baptist ciMi'dl lere, hus been awarded a Gov- •rnment citation for mcritortous lersonal service rendered Curing World War II. Minister in the First mplisi 31uirch here for seven years. Dr. Sarpenler .served as dir?e/or ol Chaplain's Comiuission of lt;e Southern Baptist Convention cinr- ing the recent war. lie :s now superintendent of Indian tind Por- piBii Language- group of Baptist! Home Mission Board in AllAiUn, On. topi. J. A. nriggs presented Hie citation til the Georgia Tcch-Niivat Armory in behalf of the Chief ol Bureau of Naval Personnel. Dminq liis service with the Chaplain's commission, Dr. C«i- ;>entci- approved 1.254 Southern Raptisl. ministers for service in he armed forces during the war. Twelve chaplains were casualties. At present there tire 317 .Southern Baptist Chaplains on duly. The citation also was in recognition of Dr. Carpenter's global lour to forward areas in ID45. including the India-Burma. China and West Pacific theaters of operation. AS special liaison messenger, Dr. Carpenter strengthened the link between chaplains uncl civilian diuretics In the truce areas visited. An engineer sounds 19 different signals on his train's whistle. New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday Boi Opens Week Days 7:011 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 1 Cont. Showlni Last Time Today "Wife of Monte Cristo" willi John Lodcr A ho Sluirt Skeleton Found I Near Fort Smith taffies Officers SALMSAW, Oklu.. Dec. 12. flJPI Authorities here todiiy still i:-id I Jio now clues as to the identity of a skeleton found last week 200 yav.-ls olT (he highway between Saiiissv; and Vian, okla., just across the | :;1ale line from Ft. Smith. Ark. SheiifT Henry Jones of .SeqiK County, Okla., sniri jit (he lim^ of | tlir ilisi-civery thai the bones were ^hor-e of a man about. 40 years old. uncl other inve;,lipalor.s esli- trd (lint, tho man had been [l (lr«ul about two mnnth.s. I.nbels on the tattered clo' have failed to [;ivc Oklahomn jind Arkansas officers a lead, and sev- crnl attr-inpts of Ft. Smith ivr,i- denls to identify the remains have proved unsuccessful, ihe shc ipi !T said. An empty bill..fold nearbv bore the name of "Job G. Luvallc," and :• tie had a tag that read "mcn'd [store. Slix, Uaci- and Leslie." ». The i-rniair.s will be kept in a Tnoi-liiary here peixlmg further hill vrsligation. Guadalcanal Diary with Boh Stcclo Open 6:39 p.m.; Show SUrta 7 p, Caloric I-'i"crgy A c:il<iry i s a unit of energy nl- equal to the eiierKy. in the form of heal, required to raise a ivcichl. of 300 pounds to a height or 10 feet. 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