The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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MONDAY, MARCH 17, 19-17 Big Battle Looms Over Agri Funds Wrangle Threatens Breaks Within Both Political Parties BV FKANT IHU.MAN United Press Staff Correspondent WASHrNGTON, March 17— (UP) —A sharp congressional wrangle — Which threatens to split both iiar- lics— is developing over the size of the Agriculture Department budget. jdA House Appropriations Subconi- rattce will begin closed hearings tomorrow on Hie department's request (or $947,000,000 to operate until June 30, 1948. Rep. Jamie L. Whitten, D., Miss., n member of the subcommittee, said thnt the Republican majority al- I'Ciicly lias decided "arbitrarily" to cut the request 40 per cent In line with the general OOP economy drive. He said this would wipe out the school children and cripple the Farmers Home Administration nrnl the Rural Electrification Administration. Whitten said the Republican intentions were disclosed by subcommittee Chairman Everett M. Dirksen, R. r ill. He conceded that some cuts probably should ije made in the department's requests. But he said he would oppose the sweeping reductions proposed by Dirkscn. He apparently will have some support from chairman Clifford R. Hope, ^, Kan., of the House Agriculture Committee. Hope said he would ask permission to appear be- for the group before it takes any final action. He was particularly concerned with reports that Dirkseii wants to eliminate nn item Of $19,000,000 for the department's new research and marketing program. The program is designed to find new outlets for farm products. Funds Asked for Re-search Hope was the co-sponsor and one f the strongest supporters of the measure when it passed the last Congress. "Research certainly is one of the greatest needs fo the country today with the threat of surpluses hanging over our heads in only a few years at best," he said. Whitlen said Dirksen's proposal would cut 5125,000.000 from rural electrilication loan funds, reduce 19-18-49 soil conservation payments by $100,000,000 and eliminate the S75,000,000-a-ycar school lunch program. He said the farmers home administration might be particularly •Vulnerable" to GOP economy demands. Tlie agency makes seed and machinery loans to farmers. It also makes 100 per cent loans to tenant farmers to buy their own farms in. certain instances. Dirkscnjs proposal • would slice FHA funds liy. S50,000,000 K . he said. I Crop IrTsurahce'also would •&£; eliminated with a saving of $20,000,000. Dirksen also uas said to feel that price support funds could be cut approximately $150.000,000. His argument was said to be that high prices and strong foreign demand will make large-scale price support ' unnecessary. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK)' COURIER NEWS Doggone It V» o paralysis during the war. O'Connor also reported Hint because of the ereut demand for post- griKtuutc tmlnliiK of registered physical therapists in the cure of polio victims, the foundation's eni'luHle school had eliminated its 13 months' training course nml now operates intensive three months' courses for lartrer classes of 12 students fur each semester. The report shows that the funrtft- llon ran slightly i» the red with total receipts uciiiK $460,445.3f tu> Bfiilnst $023,2:19/13 1,1 expenditures IJuring Hie 12 month period, Geor- Biu had 151 patients in the hospital. Hlorida was second wllli S4. The urn clglit stales were: Alabama mid New York, 41 each; Tennessee, |"; Ohio, 34; Texas. 32; South Curo- 22 "a f : Vll ' 8lnl11 llncl Pennsylvania, Pounded in 19^7 by President toosevclt. the hospital accepts pa- ticiiU from all over the nation and from some fon-i|;n liuuls in Hemisphere. Patients arc tip "". J ,!"' y> " ilrt "">' <"' f »" No distinction is made in ,r , , f i»'S'. PiU't iiltl, > lull aid jnitleiUs," O'Connor said ' cl)rt ""' ' rnn i , -. "iniu'lul clnsillli-nlloH Is known on- L ,° l ltc I'" 80111 " 1 ' if l»c fomuln- ¥°i In eliiii'dc of llnandul m- i!i"Rcmcnls." Thy average lemstli of stuy for d, .", ,''"! ls " 4 ""> >s ' '""""'Hi. Hie longest stay has been 755 days, - - — ' ;orn PlanUfcg M*<tc E«»j AM E8, la. and this the Boxer Lance, track mascot, I I r Lance, track mascot, tries driver Len Wofsev's coKHlcs em lor size at midget nuto races in New York's Bronx 'Little White House in Georgia To Become a National Shrine Health Officers Halt Selling of Dangerous Drug LITTLE ROCK, March rTT (UP) —The State Health Department lo- clay appealed to the press to help stop the sale of a drug that the Federal Pood and Drug Administration believes lias caused 12 deaths in the United States. In n prepared statement, Dr. T. T. Ross, state health officer, said it is known that shipments of the drug known as "nnnlbis" have been made Jo Arkansas, although not deaths have been reported In the stata duo i to its use. ' Dr. Ross said the shipments were bcins traced and the New York manufacturer has requested wholesale firms to return them. Arkansas druggists were requested to discontinue all sales of the medicine and to recall that sold wherever possible. Dr, HOss asks them to n-j- tify him if they have any stock on hand. By PAUI, F. ELMS • United Press Science Writer NEW YORK, March 17. (UP) — The late President Roosevelt's "Little White House" near the Georgia Warm Springs Hospital for infantile paralysis victims soon will be turned over to the State of Gcorgi-i to be maintained as a shrine, it was announced today. The modest dwelling will be preserved just as it was when 'the wartime president died there on April 12. 1945. Basil O'Connor, president of the Warm Springs Foundation which was founded by President Roosevelt recalled that Georgia already had' created the Franklin I). Roo^'velt Warm Springs Memorial Co-nm'--- sion, and that the transfer of tlio property awaits only the completion of details. O'Connor made the announcement in his annual report for the foundation. He said that during the Fiscal year, October 1, 1045 to September 30, 1946. the hospital's facilities were increased to 168, a E ain of 86. .. i In the 12-month' period* 'reported piVjW] patlcnts_ received jt J;Q{;II . 40.H11 hospital days' care. The average number of patients pur day was 128, including an average of 3d servicemen who contracted infuntiic ATTENTION VETERANS f If you served overseas, you shoulil join the V.F.W. now! Meetings every Wednesday nieh! 7:30 at the. Welcnkarap Cotton Office. Bring'a veteran .with you. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Farris McCalla, Commander Read Courier News Want Ads. 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Fire Damages Restaurant ?« c , to '">«». bmidin f s »•*« MI2.WII1S, Teiin,, Mure)) 17. (UP) l ,» tl cause<i —A tnrcc-nlni'in fire caused an estimated $10,000 damage to it res- turnant and slltthl harm to ad- Joliuns bulltlliiBs liore early today. iMiitoose -Arnold, .owner of the i-e-sliuii'iint, and h|s W lf. hud closed 111*' r-slivbllslntipiil wit liiul noL left vylicn (In; (ire inoke out. Cause ol HIB bluas hft.1 not b:en determined. 'Humes threatened to spreiul Vo three udJeilnlnK structures, butdnm- PAGE SEVEN *nd *»ter revolutionary Ueail Courier News Want Ads. FELIX A. CARNEY > Dominion Automatic Kledric Irons 1 Yr. Guarantee l,inc of ICleclrirnl and Itiittory Radinx • W« Pick Up tiiul Deliver li. Muln Phone M •See Jimmie First Musical Instruments Supplies - Repairs Radios, Office Supplies SPECIAL ORDERS SOLICITED Si-luxils, Cliiirchi-s, UnnclN, Ocliwlrus & Clubs (itvon SPECIAL PRICES On MiiHH'iil InstrnmciitH J.MellBrooksJr 107 E. 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"We Buy and Sell Used Furniture" See Jimmie First Planter lh»t o,n hwidlts »eeds •""'urn. varying In glze from Umi bMW to- Popcorn has been devtioOed by Iowa Btat* College, The mtcliiiw l» able to drop tw6, 'three or tour' s««a» per hill, depending ott.how it' set. * * ' BE THRIFTY! SAVE MONET! Bring your car to HOT'S BODY SHOP for all body and fender repairs, painting, and glats installed. HEAD-LININGS mllkcs thcr ». p. Guitranlccd to fit and Inok Ilko original upholstery. . 41 2 E. Math's*. Pnone WASHING MACHINES we have them for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHERS The FINEST Automatic Washing Machine Phone 3450 HUBBARD & HOKE Your G.f. Store in Blytheville . Di r GHAS. L CRAIG Dentist Wishes to announce the opening of his office Lynch Building Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2540 CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS (2 laclirt to tt Ine We ore Dealers for THf FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK i Busy Season Ahead! 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