The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 5, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 5, 1950
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILI.E {AKK.) COURIER NEWS THTJHSDAY, JANUARY B, I960 Criticism by Congressmen On Truman's State of the Union Message Follows Party Lines WASHINGTON, Jan. 5. (#>}—Democrats Republicans much to criticize in President union message to Congress yesterday. . But not all comment followed'* party lines, especially on civil rights | and foreign policy. Sample reactions: Rep. McConnack (Mass), House Bemocralic leader: "H is a courageous message consistent with President Truman's leadership, internationally, It shows his determination to stop Communism and aggression; from the domestic side, the strengthening of the family life of America. 11 -Rep Martin (Mass) House Republican leader: • ' "It is tlie same old political hash warmed over in she hope o( fooling the people. It fails utterly lo come to grips iviln two sreat vital needs of the day - cutting down government spending and lowering the tax bimler American people. found much to praise, Truman's state of the on the must be done if we are to have prosperity and jobs for the workers." 1 Rep. Arends »JU». assistant Re- | publican leader in the House, -said | the message opened "the JUiiO [)ol- ' itical campaign." Arenas added: "President Truman once again comes before Congress u n d the country appealing to classes and groups" OE our citizens, asking for special legislation to onlv certain segments of our soc-' iety. "He cares nothing about the cost ftt during this session." Hep. Burke (D-Ohio): "A good message, but much a.s \vc desire repeal of the Tafl-Ilarilcy law and enactment of the public health bill I'm afraid we're .still shy some of (he votes needed." Hep. Tabcr <NY> Republican economy .spokesman in the House: "President Truman's optimistic prediction of a trillion dollar national economy sounds good but in actuality, It means Inflation higher prices nnd diminishing rc- iiirns." Rep. iiuson (D-Ga), chairman ol the House Armed Services Committee, ackiiowcUlgcd ".strong leclings' on draft extension foul declined direct comment. From past expression.;, however, it Ls evident hi?"feelings" are op]x>scd to extension [ Vinson said only: | "We will have n heating on the Prc'.sktont'.s for extension o the 1 draft nnd then the Aimed Services Committee will reuch ii decision." Hop Short. (Mo), rankiLit; Republican, member of the committee: " don't, think a Selective Service ac is needed," of his proposals. deficit financing involved, the enormous and burdensome public debt, nor docs he seem to care what may eventually happen to our federal treasury." Hits "I'lous Phrases" Rep, Eaton <NJ), top Republican and former cliairm ,n of the House Foreign Affairs Committee: "I'm strongly in favor of continuing the European Recovery Program until it has finally accomplished Us • great objective. I'm in favor of every possible effort to hold back Communism in Its attempt to conquer the world, but I'm nfratd it will not be done simply by pious phrases." Rep- Priest <Tcnn>, assistant Democratic leader: "The President has enunciated a splendid doctrine of faith In the future of America. I was i m pressed by hi s to ne o f optimism and his emphasis once more on this country's role In leading the world to peace. That is our great objective and opportunity. If \ve can do that, a great many immediate problems confronting us such as the budget nnd other domestic issues will solve themselves." Senator Millikln of Colorado, ranking Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, snid the people will "not support Any request for new taxes. He added: "if the government will repeal a number of taxes including excise levies and others, then business will be stimulated and the government will get the added revenue that is needed. I find no encouragement in past measures'taken by the administration to help business." Rep : Colmer (D-Miss), chairman of a Southern group created to light the President's civil rights program: "Our committee will continue to do everything \vc can to prevent enactment of the civil righUs program." Rep. Cox <D-Ga>: "I'm for the President but hLs whole civil rights program." Rep. Coolcy (D-NC), chairman o! the House Agriculture Commit ice "I still think it (the Brnnnan fnrn plan) has no chance in the preserr Congress." Says Bran nan Plan to Full Rep. Hope (Ka-s), Ranking Repmr Hcan on the Agriculture committee:'"This Congres already has dc clsively rejected the Brannan plar and I see no possibility that it.s pn sltion In that regard will he chang Bus Drivers in Tulsa Agree to Arbitration TULSA, Okla., Jim. 5-M'j—Till sa's t!ai).s))[)j lation sysU'in, strike: bound siticn Sunday, lie^nn roll In yesterday after union drivers votci to accept nrbitrntfon. Their action came Jiust imdc tho ;viiR of an ultimatum made Mayor Roy Lundy, He had ordered Ike company ave buses runiiiriB nsnln by noo face court action. Mayor Lund aimed Its manaRement had folk abide by tho He threatened a mandamus suit district court to compel service, he ticup had forced fiQ.QOO bits itrons Into cah.s. Jitneys nnd prl- ato autoiiTobile.s — all slowed by y streets. Ten year factory PIAN •ar factory mm jWifh (he wovli) famous jSlrolinconn — II Ink PS I In guesswork oul of liinin};. RADIO REPAIR ji Every job absolutply fruar- antced by a hondinij company. Music Instruments Rayburn Asserts New Budget Will Cut Spending $1.8 Billion WASHINGTON, Jan. 5. <AP> — about Speaker Rayburn said yesterday would fiscal year 1951 will call for a cut President Truman's budget for the of $1,600,000,0000 from this year's spending. the new budget, to be presented Rayburn told a news conference the new budget, to ne presented next Monday, will reflect cuts or around $3,000.000.000 in foreign aid and defense .spending and an increase of about $1,200,000,000 in domestic spending. The budget will be Mr. Truman's spending proposals for the 12 months beginning next July i. Spending lor the current 12 months U running at the rate of about $43,500.000 a year. Since Congress members got back to town for the new session, there has been an Increasing clamor for a cut In spending. In advance of Ray burn's statement, Chairman Cannon (O-Mo) of the House Appropriations Committee told reporters his group was going to slash spending no matter v, v hat recommendations the President made. Cannon said he Ls aiming at Balanced budget for the new fiscal! year. Since revenue is now running $38,000.000.000 » year, that rcfjuire heavier cutting than Rayburn mentioned—or else higher taxes. "We will have to reduce the President's budget estimates," he declared before Mr. Tniman had produced his spending (IguVes for lis- cal 1051. "After all, they arc only estimates of needs." noon newspapers of general circulation — The Compas, Dally News. Herald Tribune, Mirror and Times In the mornlni; field, and the Journal American, New York Post and World Telegram and the Sun In the evening field. The number of horses and mules in the U. S. has fallen from 21,431.000 in 10)5 to nearly 10,000,000 today. Ill about the same period tractors have Increased from a thousand to around 3,000.000. PAY AS YOU DRIVE—The coin mete: system of meeling payments, used successfully on refrigerator and television sales, has spread to aulo sales. Lila McCauley, above, shows how the melcr plan, devised by a Chicago auto agency, works. Drop a quarter in the melcr; the gadget releases enough gas to the carburetor to keep you going for a spell. • When your ncxl quarter is due, a loud bujzcr so.unds n warning. Ever so oflen a collector conies around for Use quarters. For emergency use, four slugs a month are supplied by the dealer. World-Tctegram Buys Out the New York Sun NEW YOHK, Jan. 5—H'j—The New York World -Telegram yesterday purchased the New York Sun- Both are afternoon papers. Beginning today the combined newspapers will be known as "'the World-Telegram and the Sun," II was announced by Roy W. Howard president and editor of the World- Telceram, and Thomas W. DeWart. president and publisher of the Sun The Sun's outstanding features and columns wiil be added to those of the World-Telegram. Ill a statement DeWart blamed union demands as a reason for the jsalc. 'ilie merger leaves Manhattan with live morning and three after- For Unexcelled Quality WOOD WORK MACHINE WORK We promise complete salisfaclion with any job assigned us.. .be H large or small. Whether it's machine work or welding, millwork, building or repairing cahinels, repairing or custom-building furniture we guarantee you high quality work. Try us. Barksdale Mfg. Co. South Broadway Phone 2911 Court to Hear Contest I Over Bill Hart's Estate LOS ANGEI.KS. Jnn. 5. OT") — Many wester ti /Urn si firs of past and present are schrd tiled to appear at thr* trial to break the will of two-nun Bill HiiiI, whose estate is worth $1,170,000. Selection of a jury began yesterday for trial of the suit, brought, bv the late acior's son. William S. Hint. Jr., wife, the Wcstover. Henry clay imported (he urebred Herefords to the tale.s in 1817. nnd the actor's divorced former actress Winifred Hiul once vowed that, his only son ver would "want for any thing ; first j oven if I should have to beg. bor- United i row or steal." at the age of 83, cut him off In his | will but made him the beneficiary \ of a $100,000 trust Cuntl before his | birth. Young Hart am! his mother charge that Hart was failing mind nnd was unduly influenced l»efore his death, The contested wil left most of (he estate to Los An- \ gcles County. The uoimly was be- \ quca tlied Hart's famed Horseshoe Ranch nnd at least $150.000 for its ; upkeep as a memorial park. 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