The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1947 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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VOL. X1J11—NO. 26:S Blythcvllle Dally BlythevUle Courier srss-^E^^- 3 - 2 :^^ *** ™ ™ ^ f M # f " Herald Mississippi Valley Leader Laney Submits Tax Proposals To Lawmakers Members in Senate Launch Early Study C>f Sweeping Changes I1Y .IO1I.N' IMSLAM (Unite.i I'ri'ss Slaff Corrcspomlcnl) UT1L-E ROCK. Ark., Jan. 29.— Taxation and revenue committees in the House and Senate considered separately, toclav tile sweeping rhmiRr-s in taxes and in the revenue stabilization act. as recommended by Gov. Ben Laney yesterday in advancing his legislative program for thc next blennium. The Senate groups vent inlo session at lo o'clock this morning, while the corresponding committees in the illoiisc v:ill start after mast of today's house action is completed, at 4 p.m. Included in the governor's legislation was a plan to boost income lax and severance tax rates in Arkansas, as well .-is revise existing rstes on liquor and cigarettes. Also, the state's share of the ad valorem or property tax would be abolished, thereby incurring a loss of some $4.0CQ,COO a year In revenue. A third provision—one that the governor lias termed "complex"— would revise the revenue stabilization act to pay off (h c noil-highway 'banded debt; set up Uvo allocations for levemie distribution instead of the present lour; and release surplus i lm( | s totaling over S4.COO.C03. I.uiy Submits Tax Plan ifie proposed alterations in other taxes would, said Laney, makeup •or the Joss of revenue in doing away with the ad valorem levy Here Is Laney's plan on that Sailor, Whose Smoking In Bed Brings Out City's Firemen, Fined Heavily MEMPHIS, Tcnn.. Jan 23 (UP) -Marvin Standriclf-e, 40, Bai-i- bndge. Mil., sailor, was fined $1')H yeslcrday In connection w ilh a fire in n ilcnvniown liotel rcoin StunrtrlclKc was arrested after hewas pulled from « smoke-filled notcl room here yesterday. Mro- mcn said hc had -been drinking and smoking in b"d 1- Add a 56-ccnt lax on n Ballon of liquor, bnostins the tariff P?r gallon, and bringing to m SI.C03.000 in extra revenue-' 2. Add another one-cent tax on «i JiS, °- f dGarct(cs ' bringing in Sl.200,000 income. (The move would five 'Arkansas the highest ciRa . iclte tax in the nation.) 3. Allow an In severance lax on oil and timber-ifrom 26 percent, to 4 nerccnl on oil. and from 7 to 10 cents per l.ODO board M uur ber> ' " csiBncd to 4.. Juggle the income tax collection schedule In -Arkansas, brinc- »>B in. an additional .U,800.0oo revenue Laney advocated rai emptions $1.000, thereby JR" 1 ™ ' T 5 f° *"*"» "it .1,^. Then, he would raise the rates on the higher income brack- e Sums for Education u ,„ , ( I.ui, the state paid off S2.400COO "i non-highway bonds and took «-re or n sioj.OCO cleric at the Ta.'bot Field. Jr.. of Hcmpsteaci Co., emicd yesterdays meeting with a c, cm,ra (; n lf; 1Iotc when ,,£ t ed. in view of the fact that thr ? r '™ s " " w " " m « ™« mo't 2!!' S ', dCni ." OI t mo.^t fair Hearing.' 1 'is certain* '»s a prelude to any of vcslpi- day's discussion. Gov. Lanes' cx- pie.ssed the idea that the entire .should be lia, K llcfi strict- Appraisers To Check on BHS Fire Loss nh.»"' S -ii 01 ' rcconst ">cSion of thc Blythcville High School's Voca- !'c.nal Agriculture building. g imc cJ r£r -i Mo " cla y "'ghl, remain indefinite pending full dctermina I m Of tbc damage by insurance aPPrai- *>«. ; superintendent o r Schools W. B. Nicholson said !nst night Appraisers n re expected to Invcs- liKatc die damages this week. rjn- ?in™ nn /* tlmatcs " ldi «"«l about S10.MO damage to the building. a ,,d canning and shop equipment in it i firi-"" practicnl P'n-poses. the building wa s a total loss, Mr Nicholson jaid. Fire Chief Roy Head plans further Investigation to determine thc cause of (he fire. Judsonia Man Returned To Face Charges Here Ernest Billiard of Judsonia was returned here early this morning following his arrest yesterday in Fort Wavne. Inrt.. O n a warrant Issued charging him with the sale of a mortgaged car. Bullard was arrested on complaint O f Russell Phillips, whose motor company held a mortgage on a car allegedly sold by him. Fort Wayne police were notified of nis presence In their city and detectives there made the arrest. He was returned to Blytheville by State Potictmsu otto Griffin. Date for a hearing has not been .M>' as <H. 11 Missionaries InPlane Accident Chinese Airliner Falls In Remote Area After Leaving Hungkow SHANGHAI. Jan. 2!). IIJ.P..-A Chinese airliner which .rashcn ^ n i >ers ° ns ubo: "' tl ' »"'ludin« n Methodist hishop and U) other American and Canadian mlsslon- anes. «- as sighted today so h-ullv wrecked thai offielals believe ,h may have perished The plane was a China National Airways Corporation craft MI route to Chungking w i lh a,,: Amer can pilot, Ca|)t . j h;1 p k of New York city. H disap- roiitc to thc crash site about 1\, miles west or Hankow. ;\erial warrficrs reported the plane "b-i;lly burned. One win,; was seen a Inli mile from the wreckage. A !a>-gc crowd was seen around the Claris Tlic airline w as sending a pj'iiei- Cub plane which will attempt to land at the scene of thc crash lo ascertain the fate of the nasscn- Ecrs. it was believer! that the jeep convoy might not be able to rear-h the wreck for t wo days because- of poor road conditions Bishop Schuyler Garth and Mrs Garth, representing the Methodist Missionary Society, wcrc among the listed passengers. They are from Madison, Wis. Scare!) parties still sought another CNAC plane, missing iu thc Chungking area since Saiurrlay with in persons aboard. This plane also was piloted by an American. Tlic missionary plane was ;'ie fourth CNAC plane down since Christmas Day. Small Economy Bloc Rebuffed by House Members Crirrcnden andPoinsctt Representatives Offer Tax Stabilization Bill $15;000 Damage Suit Goes to Trial Litigation Involves Taxicab in Accident On Highway 18, West Testimony \\-a.s being prrs.'nTect tills afternoon in Mississippi Oniin- ty Circuit. Court here iii a civil suit in which Norman Onilia-n is scekinf; damages ?of $15,1100 tor personal injuries suffered In an accident in July. 1945, while a passenger in a taxicab. Defendants in (the case include David McC/regor, cab driv.-r. Sin ISrycans, Jack Marsh and o C Tompkinr.. Graham claims dam- aRes for a broken leg r.nd tthcr injuries suffered in an :iccid'",i when the (axicab was hit. by an nutoinobilc west of Blythcvillc on Hichn-ny 18 after the cab haa .stalled. A jury in ,-inoihcr case, yesterday returned a verdict r.wWcliiiR Paul Kirkendall judgment !«;• sisu against I.onnie Gilbow. Thc case involved damages resulting i.-r.m an automobile accident and was heard in Circuit Court en appeal from Common Picas Court. July commissioners appointed by Judge Zal B. Harrison reporlcn this morning on their sclwi.lon 01 pent jurors for the June term c.t the civil division court, Serving as jury commissioners were-: J}rti c Nabcrs. B. F. Fitzgerald and .1. u Swihart, William W. Nail Of Gosnell Dies; Rites Tomorrow William Washington Nail. G2. died yesterday afternoon. 12:15, at his home near Gosne!!. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon, 2 o'clock, at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. p. H. Jcrnigan, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, olfic'il- ing. nurial will follow at Elmwodcl Cemetery. He Is survived by his wife. Mrs. fcva Nail: two sons, Douglas Nail and Clinton Mall, and two daughters, Mrs. Louise Helton of GO.S- nell, and Mrs. Denilce SnUon of El Dorado. State Police Recover Car For Blytheville Man Fred Callilian. operator of a radio repair service here, returned from Jonesboio last night where <-e :iad'gone to recover a 1936 Ford •stolen from him Sunday night. The car «-as found there yesterday morning by state Police. Weother ARKANSAS — Partly cloudy LO cloudy, warmer today. Showers' aiul colder loni[;ht am) 'lluu'sdny. n.v lion Ui,ilr,| I'rrsji Staff Corr<v.|ioiiilrnt LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Jan. m — (Ul'i—K.forls of n .small economy bloc in the House were stymied today when features of the general appropriations bill were approved. The House was silting as a committee or the whole. Rep. Carllon Currle or Jeflcrson County Jed the fight to irini salaries of employes of stale constitutional officers to $3,000 or less. His amendment to the Ircnsurcr's and state auditor's aproprlallons were defeated by voice vote. The House received (| B first in-i- jor proposed change In the slate election laws. Rep. Lynn Wilson of Yell county introduced a bill that would eliminate the assessment of a poll tax as a qualification lor voting. Wilson explained that the bill would not effect the purchase of r, pall tax, but would do away with complications and Irchnicaliller; in nsscsslne. Under hl s t,i||. which would go Into elfcct Oct. 1. electors could pay their poll laves IBI"1 Sept. :w, 11)48. ciiiil'.in K them to vole through the period or Ocl. 1. I9'1S to Sept. 30. 1049. liird Offers KCVCIIIIC Hill Thc second attempt in Ihe. past two days lo amend the 1945 revenue stabilization act was Introduced in the House. The earlier move was made by Gov. Ben Laney who announced details of his proposed revisions at a joint meeting of (he revenue and laxatlon com- jnillecs yesterday. Today's proposal w as introduced by Heps. Marvin Dird of Crlltcn- dcn County and Rep. n, A. Lynch of Poinsctl Coimly. The bill would provide all estimated S8.000.0QO annually from excess general revenue for teachers' salaries, stale colle-e.s and publi cinsiitutlons. Lynch said' the bill would allocate M.7 per cent of the surplus to the public school fund ,for teachers' salaries. ;i r f"uS l<10 r^a£m2s^ the ,vlale--app'6ni crued h 0 "" ° f ^SWW'^ft? ciued in any one-rerenue yenr. It would make available for the A i- posed purposes funds now nrcrii- Ing to the $1.500,000 annual ta.x reduction fund and the general surplus fund. AEA Measure Inlr,i,lucril Tile measure is being sponsored by the legislative committee of Hie Arkansas Education A.ssociation. A similar measure was scheduled for introduction "In the Senate, but n recess prevented its reading. The upper chamber reconvened at 1 p.m. following a discussion wilh administration.leaders,on Gov. Hen Lancy|s proposed legislation. Before recr.ssing the Senate-received two bills, one a community property l aw introduced by Sen. Ellis Faean of I'ulaski. The second was a school bill by Sen. Ernest Nicholson of Harrison. NicTiolson's inenstirc provided for voluntary annexation of one school district to another, it vm ,\ d sc( . ,,p :. petition signed t >v 10 per cent o f the electors in the district, wishing to be annexed. The state Board or rrducalino would certify the petition niicj ivi election would be arranged by the county school („>- ervisor. A mnjor% positive Vote would bring a boul anncaxtlon Slany Bills Jiilrndurcel Bills flooded Ihc hopper in the House yesterday, while the Senate was more deliberate. But In both Sec LEGISLATURE nn Pace 3 Registration Opens for New College Semester Resist, ation for the spring -c- meslcr of the University of A-k- ansas al Hlytheviltc High school is under way this week, w jj Nicholson, superintendent of schools said today. Students may xrcgislcr today tomorrow and Friday but rcgislva- lion must be completed by the end of the week. Mr. Nicholson aclricri. Hc pointed out that no classes will be continued with less thi/u 10 students. All of the present, classes will be continue;! until spring If each has 10 .st.flcnis enrolled, "H enough students wish in take Commercial Law. a new clavs will be added tn |ii R t subject, We hope to have this class." Mr Nicholson said. Jf anyone desirf-s lo take this course even If he -s not. interested Hi college credits, he may do so. RcgislraUcn recs are thc same- ns they would be it llic pupils wore enrolled us .-cg- ular college students. Weather Moderates Following a chilly day, temperatures took an up-.wing during last night as indicated by a low of 55 degrees, the highest- low of the winter season so [ar according to Robert E. Biaylock, olticinl wcuthor observer. Guaranteed Annual Wage Plan Offered for Industrial Group 1H- CIIAKLKK u. iiKRKOI.I) Unllril I'm* Hlatf nirrr-spondi-nl WASHINGTON, ,j f in. 20. milled lo much "'•''tfe The study Is u siimniavy'of nn 18 months .survey m acte by Murray W. La timer, chairman of n committee crealeil by iho Into 1'ieslrVni Icoosevelt. Thc report was submitted last night to President 'JVu- man's advisory board nn recon- version. There was no announcement «hen the report would be nuule public. Guaranteed : U a| , va se plmis aro possible, avcurdlng (it Ihc re- Port, but should <«< worked oul llirniiKh collective bargainlne will, unluns on an inrtlvldnul cnmiiaiiy basis, it was [earned. Thc wa|;e plans could be established most easily In public utili- ses and communications Industries, ihe report finds, in such fields, regular production and employment have been .substantially achieved. The plans arc possible also In coal, steel, JUKI automobile Industries and other maw; basic fields, mil considerable further study would be necessary with ncgolla- uons between companies and 1111- inns. The unto industry, for exam- OfficercNabW In Auto Thefts 75 Cars Impounded In Tcxarkana With Probe 'Just Starring' TEXARKANA. Jan. 20 (UP) Texas officials today continued heir investigation inlo an alleged half-million dollar stolen auto VIIIB :ifter rawing i,i nc used cur dealers and impounding 75 automobiles "ere Monday and Tuesday Officials made 25 arrests. dipt. Guy smith .of tlic Texas .I". 1 ? 0 ": snitV Ecri:l] "'"libers on al) Ihc :ni)H)uncled motors had been cblilcratc;! or changed and that numerals had been switched to certificates of ownership attrf.'hcd' .lo stolen cars told jn the' iu ,\ Tt».^B*k» . iii'iniM a'""''-" -i 'flics 'charges "or car 'trTeft; rcHow.nct their Indictment b y a Bmvic County. Tex.. Grand Jury. They are .lonmiy o rr . S r 65 JOlmny Thompson, 27. and Maxic Lntt. M. all of Tcxarkana Bowie County Sheriff w. II. Pie. mlshl have to change sales methods to spread salon more evenly over the year. On ihe other hniul, unions would Have (o make concessions. SonioVty rules would have to be revised m Dial workers could he moved-from Job to Job In i, plant | O iegi<lfirte employment, the study shows. llim-cvrr, a guuraulrod aiinuul "••K« iil.ui U mi iKinacra for rllmliullon of ilc|iri-ssluns, Ihr 'Hie study w « s said lo find that Ihe cost lo the nvcriigc employer lo guaranlcc annual wages womd uc six per cent of his payroll 01, lie basis of average 111:17-11 pro- (liic'lfnit mid cmplyomcnt levels. Some companies, llic report .said, cannot, afford liny plan, but for others the cost would be less ihaii DIP six per cent Increase In pav- ™>- Employes could be Kiiurantced emnlng.s under Ihe wage plans, the- study was reported lo show Ilicy could be made even more- inclusive If ihey urc dovetailed Into i icmpioymeni compensation and J^cscnt tax laws, the study xnln. Legion Unit Here Is Second Largest Present Membership bf 1121 Outnumbered Only by Little Rock After ranking rMUl ,„ u t t ("r membershlD in IfUG Dud Ca- snn ro,M 2-1 has moved U p to sec- mid place in MI47 membership llst- week'i nie'enn-' 0 '""'" ° llt " l till! nlejit in liic Leuion lint. "'' "' Sl M. M. Eljorts post,' Dud' Cason ! °rou U has a membership M , flll . thi , percent, o™^™* ™ lt ^ «» i£. r '" ^ 41 , B - "2 per cei,l""of 'last \fji total. Warren Townscnd Posi KWOI Sprinps Is ir •• • • ' - tiie Texa k W ' clll " Si '" District Attorney Maxwell Welch "J«i tas]A.- illvrallBUlto " w;ls Georgia's Two Governors Face New Suit ATLANTA, oil.. Jsn 20 lUPt- Heinian Talmadee and Mclvyu K Thompsnn wielded cxeKiiMvn pouter from suite capitol nflicrs lodav unmindful of new litigation arising from their Rovernorship feud. Both how-over, appeared concerned iis the deadline ncarcd for mcclini; state payrolls Saturday. A 1 ax-payers suit tn withhold nav- rnr-nls until courts force one of tiie two governors to abandon office uroiiRht to six the number or suits .scheduled for hearings early next. MOlltU, Attorney General Kucene Cook who filed the first suit at Mic siiir- Bestion of former Gov. Ellis Arnall in. Henry County Superior Court said "there's a probability or other suils bring filed." Conk's Miit involving Thompson vs. Tahnadec will be hc.-ucl nt Mc- DonniiBli. Ga.. Feb. 7. Arnall believes that a win reac) , lilr Slalc Supreme Court within 30 clays Another court test was reportedly bcniE drafted at Home. Ga . lo force the Pardon ami Parole Hoard |,, Cotton Counci) Invites Truman To Mississippi -WASHINGTON, Jan. 25. <UPI- f resident Truman was invheil today to visit Mississippi in Way. He was asked lo address a meeting of the Delta Council al Slonc- villr. Miss., on May s. Thc invitation was rxlemlrd by Sen. James o. KisLlanrl n Miss and Hep. William M. Whittinglon. D.. Miss. They said Mr. Truman tool; thc invitation "uiuicr advisement." The council is made up of col- ton, agricultural and business representatives O f thc Lower Mississippi Valley. lvo-,1 1™", ° f " lnmlre|i s. Uud Case,,, ' legistaflo!! secklii CC ° rCt '" rilvor "',« mei enlist the me men a.-, terminal p,,y i " iS ( ™ S int ro'lu<.-cil at ing as a new member N. Y. Cotton 1:30 Quotations M »r 3115 3H6 3100 3HB May 303] 2067 2527 3957 July 2870 2900 2859 2000 Oct 26-18 2067 2633 26«7 Dec- M03 2(110 2515 2000 New Lessees To Refurnish Glencoe Hotel I'tani; for the rcdcc-oralion antr iTiui'nlshlng „, mn ,,,. in t|l( . t . |( . n ; CTC nolrf, rccenlly leased lo I),,, Anderson ]f,,tci .System of nail,., Texas, was imnouncccl ye.;,c.clav by Ivor BillbciR of KIlKore, T.-as. hot I " :l|>l> "'" IC(l " 11 "' <r ' i;cr °f '-'i"' fiernrnitliiiif,' v ,i!l include t|,,. 'ayuig of new carpet in llic roonv; Mr. ulltocrg said. The Glencoc is the laleu o| more Ihan a score of hotels m in- t>Kcd by Mr. milbciH, w i,o specially is renovation of accommodations. Hc took over his managerial duties Jan. is. the date thc hotel was leased to th c Anderson Sys- Mr. Hillberg bus been in Ihc hotel business with the Anderson System since It.s founding 12 -'ears "go. Previous to that time he v-as connected with (he White Hotel IntcrcsU in Texas. He came Here from managership of a Charlolte- ville. Va., hotel. Hc was accompanied here by his wife and they are making their home at the Glencoc. 'J hey | m e Iwo married children. n son in Illinois and a daughter in Kllgorc. Lcgis/ofive Council Idea Wins Approval UTTLK KOCK. Art:.. Jan. ••:) <UP)--Comniltlcc approval of a bill that would create: a le-ixl.i- llve council in Arkansas was ex- peclcti lo hit the Huusr flr-or to- dry after |[ s approval by ihe House Judiciary Committee, Section B last night. Originally iatrorlu;-ccl bv R C ,} Jau-.cs Campbell ol Garland' County, the bill provides also (or a bureau of Legislative Research lo operate under the council. The council would be made up of 11 representatives, six senators and H citizens appointed by the governor. In other action last night, the committee approved a bill by Reps. L. M. Speck and E. C. Plecman of Mississippi County which would require that a person be tried before the Justice' of the peace in thc township hi which he was ar- rcslcd. Banker Still is Captive Of Underground ., Martial Law Believed Near for Palestine; Judge is Released JHRUSAI.KM, Jan. 20. (UT)Thi' Hrlllsh nave the ,li>\vl»u inider- «round niinlhirr i.-l?imn- lodiiy to re- IraM' M"J 11. A, I, Collins, kld- napcii Hrlllsti banker, before 1m- ro.'.lni! statutory nuullal law in IMle: line, A high novcinmciit source un- nmma-d that sir Alan Cimnlnj;- liimi. l)i<> lilRh conuiilssioner, hiul "xlrndcd the deadline u( ihn ulll- nuitum for the ri-Jnise ol Collins or 11"' imlltaiy lake over, Tiie itUlmnlum expired al ft p,m The new deadline was not imnmm- ceil. H was believed In be nol later than sunrlsi: tomorrow The extension was designed to BUT IJu- IIT.IIII Zwi u-iiiiil tin. hem-lit »l imolhrr night to free Collln-i I Another olflrla! annoiiiiiwinrnl saw I hat "subject to conMnna- llon l) ( ,v Onmd. Iri-.unlsl under death sent.-ni'c. h,,,| agreed |.<> SIS" «n application I,,,-, leuvc l.r. iijilicnj (o tlic London Privy Conn- P. M. Barton Re-sells Traiiback Plantation In Big Missouri Deal "Vft,?i . fj n I m . • l ' wiis ,,,,,u,i,nm| Uiis aiiornoo,,/ - B ' r ° m '" "* ^'t" Included In Ihe (|ei| was the P t *l t S''V"i'> eoltoji (;in, $125ooa alfalfi I ftltllTinilia '^hyrdailnjj plant mid -, Glore all i kyiynUTO «' «'H'ch were purchaU alon" | j w,ih the plsnlatton seven dnyi, a[fj i Oollin.s and n wccmcl prom Union, who wns released last we,,, soiij;,,! 1)S hosl.-iKes In, Hie of Clruuei', An anoujmoun lolcjihon,. r •vlio said ]„. w , Ui |in Ir| spckesman, told the I'aleslliie flit»;nit that Collins would be "shortly." The mysterious caller told ilnurclz Nuwspipor nurciin ;mve been unnbl,? I,, release inent li>ht ~ ••nllcr, unisl Nown freed the "We Col- wi's' 1 ' '"'""• >:|1 " llnl l !l| y. mid there Ajd'iiey, ivhirh onoiwously annou:i- ci'd Collins' rcloiise last nlisht. told a press TonfonVicr. loday tlml. hc iKipi-d Oolllnti would b: treed "very Mion." ' 'I Me i'noiiyn)oiis nhone call wns maiic only a fc w hnurs liefoiv the at f> p m. pi a nrltlsh ultimatum for the rclfuse of Cal!li>.5 iind JiirtK,. u»l|ih Wlndham. me tud t -ej,vas rulensccl unharmed. StrikeControlBilt fo Be Speeded Cong|pssmcn Seek to Hood Off Possibility Of New Coaf Walkout WASIIINtri'ON, ,,„„. 29 . (U ,,,_ Oliiiirninn Fred A. Hartley n N I said Indny |,l.s iiou.w Labor" Coiii- mUtee will try | O RcL „ , |v "intrul bin to the ii,>u., c floor bv M;irch If, with the l,|,.a ot heading "If any piiorl J )y job,, t, LC^.J., ,„ cull aimther soil coal strike April 1 /'"'•"cy, nniiouncitiK thai his cotn- ulttro will Btnrl. hearings on labor legislation next Wednesday said he "pcrsoimlly S rl, the March 15 deadline to prevent another coal alriVe He snlcl he W;JN onifldenl, hit, coiii- niitloc would wrilc a bill u> arrom I'lish this objective. He !i|wi said he wa.i cnnlldent II, would approve a hill (hat coulrj i le ciiar-led over presidential veto "if that Is" Harllr.y's aniirniiuTiiiriit rime »>• »«! Si'iiah- l.abnr t'oinnil'llef: [irard i,,,,,, s | ri . „,(,„„,,„ ,, sk f(pr "•Rislatiou lo niillaw srrnmliirv tmyroll,, (|,c rlosril sl,,, p „,„, ,„. illistrv-uidr cip|| r |.(j v ... i, .,„.,]„:„ ""Is I,, |, lvohc sucl , , Mns K * r ""£*Ins cm.stdcrcd |,y thc cnmmillci-. Hartley said hl.s coramlllrc would open its hearing wl ,. h i r!Mln "™ irorn Hoii:;c members who have in- trodurrd ninciidniRiiUs lo the "-'• Labor Relations Acl. Hc Ccri'" M wftl " > '' is< ' s wol| ld be ueps. WIIR- K. Hdirnian, It., Mich " "•"•I'ey Indicated that his com- mllec would ,, ct (ndcpendentlv ,,f the .Senaln. but HK.I. "we will' ,-<>- said . _. -~ I" Jii(.:<iim ||(|(< ;e»rd rt. Kliim.rd Kdwards. president of the Electrical Mannfaclm- er« Association, complain that (he industry can sell its products in large city market.-* only , m terms dictated by ihe international Bro- •rrliciod of L'lcctrical Workers Higher Taxes on Liquor Get Okay by Committee t.rrn.n ROCK. Ark.. J,i:i. 2n (ll.I'.i—7hc Ifonse and • senile ground relentlessly toward hlpher linnor (axes today following committee approval last night of a 2A per cent gross profit.* tax O n wholesale liquor Iransactior.s. The proposal was introduced by Rep. Carroll liollcnswoi'.n ol Bradley county. It called crit!lnnl T l.v ror 33 per cent of the proms but was revised downward. A similar measure has been Introduced In the denalc by Sen. Ernest, Mancr or Hot springs. Some kind or liquor tax nppear- cd Inevitable with Oov. IJen Laney asking a 5G-ccnt-a-gallon Increase, nml Sen. E. j. Butler plaiinlna (o inlroriucc his wholesale liquor monopoly bill today. Arkansas Queen Duo In City Tomorrow; Visits Osccoln Today rial seven narlon rrom his son Sta'n 1 w. niirton, who had previoiis,!} imned mid oporiiled the propfr lies for the past, eight years The deal traViafcrrlnr the p'opcr- es lo his son, David and Mr laker '-'"s closed yesterday, s'ntdd "• M. nilnm, the formers father- in-law, who announced the antlon. The new owners w rre '- The 5C3(lii M-irch ol Dimes ..- .. for North Mlssisslniii County this 1 o'!l-n-.s mu.1 slocitholdcri' In the Ion. campalLtn ehnirman, toW fp.';c-j | m , wn s " l p Br 'eM,inif 0n *'ri I)0 M5 Ir ""^ T r-ollecllon (ahen'ui) nrihWim'c 1 ^tioM""?,'.'!?, -"!? P l . a " ti '»o« »•* 1 milled $4«520, all or which wa- „,,.,. V-nn ' ljilvltl - Barton iKo '-'.pljf' 1 owr '" lll ° M " rch "' n " llcs | continue townk? u* 1 """ """ "'"' I tlicrn. 'Mr This f,s , n''' is one hir iv" niglrly ••es in T 1-i a : ; ilcr b'.'lwccn-lmlvos n«.u-..-vi I SL rl-'-l. Mi. Cmfton pointed nut II m I iisnn was needed tor tical- •ei.t of each ol the 2)001 c;'scs or iiolto recorded In Atkansus last year, Mr. CrnUoii iKknowlcdiicd last nlKhts conliiliiillon and thanked spectators, nlayers and Mnroh ol - •,-,, Ulmes nlhlctlc committee Tor tllclr M.II,,'. -imc and eflorl. Thc athletic rom- .,'it L . •••Ittce Is con-nnsed ( ,r Joo Whltley. '.,,,: Mil ClndA'ln. Firnam llynum iiivl ,,f S. IP pt Mnsley. Iicferces rj. .1 Wilson and Ted Fishrr contributed their offlcliiUnn servlrcv, wlllimit cluir-e. <!m'cn [l;,r llrru 'I'nnuirrnw Lendlnp Impelu.s lo Hie drive, Mlvi Doris je,, u Rufl, :!l-year-old Mivich of Dimes Cjuccn for ijj-n, will nppcur here tnmoriow. visiting fchools and civic club incclhips She is in Osceoln lodav , a • ! " lntCLtlon mOVC to to by I nlcintntloii . is rei'iirdcd i-'-nrn Mi.wouri farm lemk-.-,, ot the most fertile tn thLl s v.el!. ar. one of thc nui-hiinlzort faun enlcrpri- tlic area. HSii.'k is located looul nincl southwest, of Slkaston Its! iincl .vc-salc, accompllshedl ':m a w.-ick, are rclRardcci as two! tlic largest land tills territory. . Youth Confesses Brutal,Murder .,..- -,, as.occn ttylci' ji vit.- i.;in of infantile pai-nfyals, rccclvlnir licr first treatments rro m the Sl'nle Chapter last AtlRust at '„ Hot urn "," hl>M ' U " 1 ' sl) « now walks with briiccs aim, cnilclics nnct Is lilniinlng to undergo additional cor- -r"ri VD s urgcry. Daughter or Mr. and Mrs. n. H. [luff or Harrison, she b n .student . laboratory trchnclan n t the Unl- ycrsllv of Arkansas Medlcii! Sc'iool In Little Iteck. Early this afternoon. Miss R'ifV.s .fcliedule ror appearances here had nol completed. Quick Solution Sought in OP A Sugar Tangle WASHINGTON. .Ian. H). im>,_ The administration may ask Con- Ems.- for fiulck relief from the Ic- r.iil t.ani!le lha 1 . Is llnralciiint! in- (liintria) sugar rallonlnK, n. lili-M OP/\ official disclosed today. He said that In any event Con- press will b-? urjjed Ui remedy Ihc quirk, hrlorr present latloniiiK ir-wers are cxlentlcd. as expected. They now are scheduled to ex- pirr Marcd 31. Meantime OI"A warned that su- Rar rnlloniiiR remjiln.'i in fui| force pondinx outcome nt u novcrnnicnl jumped' in River by Co Id-Blooded Boy KVEHETT, Wash., Jan 29 <yr>>-HaroU! Cameron who hnl Hcinilttctl Ihe cold-blooded slijinJ of u middle-used rancher, spe na today iu solitary confinement whiH lie and the stale's prosecutord iiivnl. .',•(! Jils 18th birthday or] Ihursday. Cameron, cnlmly dlalatcd ; and s'Biicei a confcs.slon for police lasl niBlU in which ho lold how he emptied ,, .32 .caliber automatic al Jesse. L. sislcr, B3. rf ud then reloadj cd it and emptied another fdf-, roiiiui Into the dying man's-rJodyVj I roseciilor I'hil Sheridan said ri!'| »<iii!ri BO before Ihc Juvenile Court which now has custody of CiimeW on, and ask for authority Vo "pr'ii^ cento thc youth as soon ns he be comtvi 18 Dnd no longer"a juvenil I" tlio eyes of the. law. • | Sheridan snld that Canieron' 18-year-old girl fricml, Sonla -Brtl McDonald, who slood by ' wiffi Caineroii pumped Ihe 11 slflis'lnti Slalei-s body, would be held on ai open charge. • ,• «. Camcrun's slatcmenl told litiw li and his new girl-friend went' t' his er's cabin "to spend the wei* fid, and how hc and Sisler be came involved in nn argumen Monday night. After making sure (hat Sisje. w;i.-. <lcad. the youlh wrapped hlr. hol;ls it !i!r Ra i "Bin, Congress can move awfully last when it har, to." he addedL Andrcscn's house food invrstiuai- ing subrommittcr is oxjictlctf to report tomorrow thai, housewives should pet an extra l;j pounds nt sugar this jcar and that industrial users should be raised from present 60 'to 80 per cent of 19-11 use. | icoteri aricr four companions,'I '"•horn Cameron h a rt bragged _ j -Vliig up a man and .leaving I ml It" fW-CM lo death," tipp' M off pc| Republicans Want More Room in Capitol Building WASHINGTON, Jan. 29— (UI'I— A group ol senators may soon propose a new :ind blpger U. S. c.ipi- tol building. If they do, Ihey also will sucgcst Hint the present building, tirsl occupied in 1800. be preserved as a national museum. Sen. styles Bridges, n., M. H., who favors an enlarged if not a new cnpilol. said that key senators Kill meet wllhlu a few davs to discuss ways to . meet the space shortage. Congress has outgrown the present building. He said David Lynn, rapltol architect. ha s been asked to ojJrnit "some rough ideas" on how to expand U)e present capitol and its satellite office building facilities. Alaska, with ah area only t'vio. that or Texas, has 15,132 nines of shore llne,.\v'iib thc United States li!»s only 12,877. . President Truman Plans { Mexican Good Will Tripl WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. tUP)j President Truman plans to fly J Mr.xico City early in March forl "good will tour" of thc neighbe inn Latin American republic. White House Press Secret^ Charles O. Ross said detailed plal had not been completed, but till Mr. Truman would be thc gucl of 'Mexico's new president,- Mig.l Airman. Alcman will return tl visit later. N V 2 p.m. quolations: A T & T Auier Tobacco . .. Anaconda Copper . Beth slccl Chrysler . , j Gen ilolors . j Montgomery Ward . Int Harvester . ... ! North Am Aviation Republic Steel, .,. Socony Vacuum . \ Studebake'r ! . ....... Standard of N a .. Texas Cbrp.' Packard . U S.Steel , 113 S3 ll 40 l| 95 9T 1| 59 : 60 : la 10 : 28 : 14 23 67 ' 58 : 74'

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