The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1947 · Page 7
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JMONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1947 Way GOP Has 3- Fiscal Campaign Battle Continues for Tax Cut, Debt Payment And Balanced Budget BV SAN'DOK S. KLEIN (United press Stair Correspondent) WASHINGTON. Fc'.i. 10 — Congressional Republican;; expressed new confidence today over pros- peels for accomplishing their Ihree-pronuert fisn.il program — to I slash Income taxes 20 per cent. •make a sizeable payment on Hie "publl; debt and .still balance the budget. They said all three would lie poslble If (he House anci Senate approved the $31,500,000,000 cciliui;! en Kovcrnment expenditures agreed 1 upon by GOP fiscal leaders. That is $6,030,OOO.C05 less than President TruirmrTs budget, for llic lis- cal year starting July 1. Chairman John Tauer, R.. N. y., of tile Home Approprintioivs Com-' imttee was expected to call a mcet- ine of the Joint Congressional budget committee within a day or two for approval of the recommended ceiling. H must, be submitted to the House and Senate by Saturday Meanwhile. Chairman H a r o 1 ci Knut.son of the 3Ion.se Ways and Means Coiniuittce was undaunted 'by the loud OOP opposition 10 his 20 per cent across-the-'Mird Oil Problems Discussed JSLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIBU NEWS lax cut Ho .said he would push for passage "at the earliest, opportunity." Purtlicnnorc, the Minnesota He- publican said, he does not intend to deviate from his original plan to make his proposed tax cuts retroactive to Jan. 1. sen. .Robert A. Tart, chairman of the Senate Ke- rmblican Policy Committee, is opposed to any lax cnLs becoming effective before July 1. Taft, however, still supports the 20 -per cent reduction. "We've got to make It retroactive to Jan. 1." ;;;,id Knutson "be- you and the rest ot tlio world," suggested Ben. Ulen 'W. Taylor ol Idaho, glancing nt (he ladles »nd tlie gents of the press. "Well any how," snlit real eilntc necnl Blniu, "we nctually Iwvc made 11 Bient <|eal 0 [ nioney urid«r rent control la my office." Sen. J. Wllllnm Ftilbrlghl of At, kaiisfis wondered how come. Btiins j said Hint \yns casj'. Tlie OPA mddc so many house owners so sore IhSy quit renting same nnd luriied 'em over to him for sale. He made hfs money on five per cent coinmti- slcns. The commission.-; kept gelling bigger. "Houses jiave been sold nnd resold nnd resold again at nn ever increasing price." he sold. "Don'l Bet thn Idcn Hint we men In the renl estate business am going to die under rent control." Sen. Taylor, who once kepi III? wife ftn<i two children ) n hotel roams here for nearly six mouths while he hunted for a place to live, S(il t | he would not get that idea. Later In the day Mrs. Mnrle Codd Cook of Baltimore, one of Amer- lea's most successful realtors, dls- agreed with Blmis. | She snld keep rent controls oil. if rcnl.s go up. .so <I 0 |>ropcrtj! Navy Men Urged to File for Terminal Leave Pay I'ormev Navy enlisted men who •invi' not filed their claims for ter- nlnai ii'iive should do so us soon »!• possible. HC.-ordluu to tlie Veterans Aduiiiilstraliou. Nimil authorities have mlvlscM Arkansas VA ojflcliih l-hut although be terminal leave ctWour.sini; otrirn ;« lircat Lakes, 111,, is i'<iuliiped to .ii'ii<IU> mooa clahn.s jn-r d.-i.v, only K'Jout halt Hint number nr,j bi'lni; received dally. °>l>t. II. n. I-assitor. in cliaim- of iw tenniiiiii leave Ulslnirsnui ofriw fays It is believed some Navy Vol.- emus are delnyinK their nppllni- llop.i; Ijrcnii.'ip of minors (lint con- Bi'fss mny nuthoilz: cash paymcuH in the Hilure. Tills should cause o hesitation, he ndds. icrnui|e It IMI !i:iymciits eventually arc a'uth- rtzi'd. Inud.i nlrendy Issued could e rnsh.'d us readily as cheeks. Kx-N.uy men uiiil oilier ivli'jwns cmi obtain iippUciition forrus and Inloniii'.tlou coiieeniiiin unused leave ut the VcU'tiins Acliiilulstia- lion olflie, 110 South Second Street hero In Ulylhevillc, RB soon us forms are nviiilublo. Head Courier News Waul Ads. PAGE SEYJfc Navy technicians »re pianos (hat will jly | n Uw move under water_,Ulc« rlue. ' cmee. The memory Is 1'ir mi to sny more. loo Robert Cordova of Mexico, left, discusses oil production problems with J. D. Zcllerbnch of the Zcllerbach Paper Co.. Los Aj.gelcs. Caltfoniw Representatives from eleven major oil nations, are intending tnc IKlroJcum industry conference of the International Labor Organiktion in Los Angeles. (NEA Tclephotoj Othman Admits Having Trouble With Landladies, But Not His BY FREDERICK C. OTHMAN WASHINTON. ehP. 10. — I am having landlady trouble, r don't, , , mean with my own landlady, who cause we've simply got to Like up tn'costo^vin^Lrer^ceZ " " ™"<" 1 ot »° b * *""«"»• first of tl ,c year. Wth u™ : co « | ^ rou3 l ° " fault and "'*> ««•- . of living where it Is, taxpayers are BOing to be in a position of demanding relief either In the form ol lush wages or Joirer taxes. And 1 tnink I know— we can do it by reducing taxes. That's the soundest way." However, Chairman L>>o E Allen of the House Rules Committee renewed his demands for slidinp scale income tax reductions to give the largest cut to those with the smallest incomes." Allen would reduce taxes '20 per cent on in conies up to .52500; 17 per cent on incomes $2.500 to S5.000; 15 per cent from S5.000 to S10.0CO and 10 per cent from $10 - •COo up. 9 ' He contended that the Knutson 20 per cent across-the-board reduction was inequitable occau.se it would give taxpayers in the hi-riei income brackets the greatest rea savings. The landladies threatened to "op up the mnrblc halls with me, because they didn't admire an item I did aboul 'cm a couple of (lays ago, arc the militant ones now bending the collective ear of the U. .S. Senate. One testified that she'd rather die In her chair than do any more business with the OPA rent, con- .rollers. she shed a tear. Another said if sh c only could got rid of the bums now ruining her apartments, she's give a month's free rent to decent, tenants. As for Oth- niiin, the ladles said, nudginp him with their reticules, lie's obviously a communist, or maybe worse got out there alive because I fleet of foot; I mention my own Vane Thing Jo Anne Clark, 3, blows on the "pinwheel" of new-fangled kite shown at mnrtel industries show in Chicago. Kite has scl ot rotating vanes that furnish enougl- lift to tal;c it up 500 fee!. small troubles the landladies only to point up the fact that no matter what Congress does about rents. If!) be wrong. O r as Invui A. Hoff, former director of the OPA in Seattle, told the Senate Bunking and Currency Subcomnlttec: I'm clad it's your problem and lot mine," The senators sighed. They've got few million renters in the country who want rent ceilings kept on and wlui have indicated. In fact, (hat rents arc too high already. The lawmakers also liiivc a few million property owners Including the lady wiio wauls to die, who Insist their buildings are fall- inp into ruin along with themselves. The committccincn Ihought tlic> m.'ghl get some gooci advice t» calling in some leading real estate agents, but the experts couldn't agree, either. Arthur W. Hlnns, portly real cs talc man from Philadelphia, sail he thought all rent controls ougli to come off immediately, but no to Kct him wrong because he never hag had any troubles with th O E* A. lowering his voice. "H is just be twcen you gentlemen and me. TIGHT, SORE CHEST MUSCLES ARE My mean it is jast belweci GOT HIM DOWN? Poor little che.it nnisdes so light they fee! "squeezed" ... so sore from hard coughingit hurls him to breathe? Quick, Mcntliol.-il.um. Rub it on chest, back, nock. Us warm, Kently stimulating action helps lessen congestion laillt- md irritaling child'.-; delicate normal skin. At same time comforting vapors lessen coughing spasms. GEMWENTHOLATUM QUICK! THE REAL MCCOY! If you're dissatisfied with' the car service you li.ivc been Retting, (;tvc us one trial to prove that you get bcticr work in our shop. We have the lalcst post-war equipment, we do the job right, and \vc set it out on time. TIRES CHECKED Have your tires checked before it's loo latn . . . <\ bad tire, can cause yon liiUs of trouble and inconvenience We have new tires all size;! Lights Serviced Brake Lining J3attrrv Charged Pa inI Job Have it done now bclorc Ihc spring rush. Complete Repair Service? BATTERIES ALL SIZES — DELCO SHELTON MOTO 127 W. Ash St. COMPANY PHONE 438 "r am afrnicl ild. Tim assembled welly boo. Let'., JUBl ookcd down their noses, verged o;i me. All of inflation," xlfc landladies dtrtn't WANTED at ONCE VXperU'iirrtl nfrirc girl (» ilo l >'l>lii« a»d bankkn-pliiK '» Insiiralioc offlcf. Good salary. On nul up)ily unless Imvc of- fioc' f\|M'r!ence. Apply lo Mr. Dlelrirh, IIMTl',1) INSUIt- AXf:n AC1HN(;V. 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