The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 23, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1950 Economy Advocates Grow in Congress Draft Board . Not/ce Means Little to Him BLYTHEVIL.LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS By JACK BELL WASHINGTON, Aug. 23. (*>With Congress facing early votes on higher taxes and bigger military outlays, economy advocates gain- en ground Icclay In their efforts to whittle domestic spending. A fl,138,aoo.(X]0 two-year highway building bill went to the House after Senators had carved »1I9,- 000,000 off proposed outlays previously cut $240,000,000 at president Truman's request. The Senate passed It yesterday by voice vote. The bill sets a limit cm the a-1 •fount to be appropriated later by Congress for road building up to! June 30, 1953. ', The economizers, led by Senator Byrd (D-Va), regarded as a notable victory their success in trimming a measure that offers federal aid money for every state- the kind °( a bill that seldom feels the keen edge of the pruning knife. fiyrd told a reporter he is hopeful Ihe senate's action means that some real economies ivill be made In ncm- deCense spending. "We are likely to have a $15.000,000,000 a year budget before we are through and that will mean the kind of taxes that it will be difficult for the country to bear," Byrd said. "We must cut these non-defense outlays." Truman May Veto He said he hopes a 10 per cent senate cut in non-defense items in the $ single-package appropriation bill will stand up. That slash faced a new threat, however, in a reported statement l)y \fr. Truman that he is considering vetoing the bill because it now contains a provision for a $100,000,000 loan to Spain. Senator Robertson (D-Va> told reporters that during a recent visit he and other Senators made to the Whi'e House the President spoke out against the loan. "He said the Senate had written j^p a many restrictions Into the bill v^ind he was considering vetoing it." Robertson said. "The President was quite i-ifforous in condemning those who voted the loan to Spain." Robertson, who voted for the loan, defended the action on the ground ;that this country had granted a similar loan to Marshal Tito's Yugoslavia. Senator McCarran (D-Nev), who ramrodded the Spanish lo a n through the Senate, told a reporter he thinks there is a good chance that the House will accept the provision. ft was inserted In the section of the bill dealing with Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA) appropriations. McCarran and some others apparently regarded the President's veto threat as a move aimed getting Congress to knock out that provision before it acts finally on the bill. • Few lawmakers thought. Mr. Truman, to block a. loan to Spain, would go to the lengths of rejecting thf huge money bill, carry- Ing $14,000,000.000 in military funds: Hospitals Closed to Vets WASHINGTON. Aug.. 23. (/P) — Veterans will no longer be sent— except in emergencies—to most of the military hospitals' hi, the continental United States. This new policy was announced yesterday by the Defense Oepart- ment and the Veterans Administration. Army hospitals .I'ill be affected immediately; Navy hospital; In the near future. The VA operates 138 hospitals of Its, own. The policy was changed, the government agencies said, because Army and Navy hospital space Is needed to care for Korean casualties and because more medical per- •onnel is being sent to the far ecst. IDENTIFIES 'EXECUTIONERS'— Pvt. Roy Manring (above), 18, of Chicago was one of three American soldiers who dramatically Identified two North Korean prisoners as having been among » group of Red troops who shot to death 32 bound American cap;i lives. The three were among live that escaped. <AP Wirephoto). At (he Goodrich Sfore Thert'i bargaiiK r»i«n d«r- !n* o»r Mlh anniversary Mta now going on. GF, small appliances, Kel T !nator Refrigerators, Thor Washing Mach- ln«, Schwinn Bikes, champion OnttMard MoUn »nd many other nailonallj fam- OB» Items on rtlsplj- along with the B. F. Goodrich Itn Hue. The B. f. Goodrich Stort 117 W. Main Phon« R331 GERMANY'S "NATURE BOY" - Seventy - year - old Arthur Graeser, philosopher and writer, of Munich, Germany, has severed almost all connection with the outside* world and is now living an outdoor life indoors. Graeser brought trees, (lowers, fruits and other vegetation to place around his bed, giving him a rather odd boudoir. New A & M Prexy Named MAGNOLIA, Ark.. Aug. 23. «>(-Dolph Camp yesterday was named president of Magnolia A. & M. College. He is superintendent of the guidance services for the State Department ^of Education. He succeeds Dr. Charlie s. Wll- Jcins, whose resignation was announced several weeks ago. Wilkin is entering the oil business here. His resignation U effective Sept. 1. Camp, E native of Columbia County, was educated at A. & M. when it was a vocational high school. Hendrix College. George Peabody and Syracuse University. Camp has been connected with public schools at Emerson.. Hope and Fo'rt Smith. He also has been associated with Sloan-Hendrix Academy and Galloway College. He is married and has two children, one of whom is Patn Camp, Miss Arkansas in 1847. After All, a Fellow Has to Eat LOS ANGELES, AUK. 23. </I>) _ Emanuel Maschelto. 63-year-old laborer, stands convicted of shoplift ing. A municipal judge yesterday found him guilty of stealing a .can of soup and a can of condensed milk. He will be sentenced Sept. 5. Police testified Maschefto n r »s not exactly broke. In his pockets thcj found $6,886.03. Todays best j_ washgrbu/ JJBj »» "AYTAB CHWTHIN '119 P5 ADAMS APPLIANCE CO , Kas., Allfc. 23. i—Lewis nean McKelllps Is Ignoring Hint letter he cot from the Iraft board. The letter contained a draft registrant's affidavit for information about Lewis' family status and dependents, in the upper right hand corner was a registrant's number, nssigner to Lewis. L. Bob l«wt.s Is strictly « dependent hlmself-a slx- mojith- oid one at that. The baby's Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Curl McKcllips. don't know how the error was made. They plan to take up Ihe matter with the draft board —j'lst to set the record straight. The father is a world war II veteran. He spent 21 months In service, part of It ill Europe. IN' THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CIIK'KASAWBA DISTRICT OF .MlSSlSSIl'l'l COU.VTY, AHKANSAS Arnold A. Phillips and Urell Phillips, pitfs. vs No, 1080 Joe Phillips and Sadie Phillips and all whom Great Lover Is Honored With Program HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 23. M'l Admirers of the late Rudolph Val- entinn gather today lo pay tribute lo the great lover of the silent screen on the 24th anniversary of ills death. Heading the ceremonies will be the no longer mysterious "Lady In Black," Dilra Flame, who Is founder-president of (he Rudolph Valentino Guild. Inc. The l.ady in Black will lay her annual bouquet of red roses at Valentino's crypt. A special tribute show was gh>en last night with Miss Flame as mistress of ceremonies. The programj included Latin dunces, love lyrics and metaphysical pantomimes—in- lerspersed with words and music by' S'llf.f, OOtNO TO 'OFFICE'— Bernard M. Baruch, who has called a park bench his "office for many years, chats with nine-year- old James Knpres of New York City on n bench in Central Park In New York City. Members of Jimmy's baseball team listen In, Earlier, in ceremonies at the bench, the elder 80-year-old statesman was given a certificate by Manhattan Borough President Robert F. Wagner, Jr.. naming him an honorary commissioner of Borough works. (AP Wircphoto). Miss Flame, she pronounces the name "Flam-ny." accented on the second syllable. The program wound up with Die showing of one of the great lover's old films. -WEAK-0N NERVOUSli erankjr 'every monHT? Are yon troubled by distress of female {unctloiinl periodic rtlsiurh- tncea? Docs this tnaX» you fei-1 so virtu, nigh-strung, ncnons —«.t such UBIKI? Then DO inr Lydla E, 1'liik- him's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms) ^Jjjfcbam's Com- r nd Is made especially jm urairten R!RO has what Doctors cull & •lomaclilc tonic efTect! Any dnigsiare LYOIA L HNKHAM'S SSK5SS DIAL 3391 TEXACO HEATING FUELS R. M. LOGAN'. Consignee Tank Track Salesmen: Henry Thompson, O. Harvey Durris K. Parrlsh, Well, here you arc—your hand on the beautiful steering wheel, your thoughts on your favorite highway. You're going to find oiit-/or yourself—whether all these wonderful things you've been hearing are true. ' A flick of the finger, and the great Hydra-Matic Drive is set lor action. Softly, quietly—and, oh, so sn,ootMj—yon roll out into the street. What's this? A "Stop" sign! You take your toe off the throttle and put it on the brake-and you settle down to the softest most reassuring stop you ever experienced in all your life. Say, it's fun even to put on the brakes! As you touch the throttle again, the hack of the scat comes up to press against your shoulders. But it's all so '/' means forever'/ easy! From settled stop to driving speed is one continuous sweep. Vihat an experience! Again and again, the big brakes bring you to a. velvet stop. Again and again, the great engine sweeps you into action with one continuous movement. Again and again a rough stretch of road rolls under the wheels and leaves you. wondering what happened to it. Yes, it's true! This -wonderful car's performance is cciual to its prestige. You want it as much for'what it does— as lor the magic name it bears. Come in and see for yourself. Rut it's only fair to warn you: .Sit for .1n hour at its beautiful wheel, and vou'li want this car forever! SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO 301 W«t Walnut Phone 578 it may concern, Dfts. WARNING ORDKR The defendants, Joe f'hllllps and Sadie Phillips, are hereby warned to appear in the Probate Court, (or the Chickasawba District of Mu. sisslpiii County, Arkansas within Ihrty days and answer the petition of Arnold A. Phillips mid Uicll PAGE THREW — • Witness my hand M Clerk of said Court and seal thereof on this I day of August, 1950 • ELIZABETH 'BLYTHE, clerk By Elizabeth Ely the Oscar rendler, alty. for plaintids, William S. Rader, atty. ad lltem. Aug. 8-16-23-30 DREIFUS' f ^=^=3^^^^^^B^^^tt • /^=SI^V^=! ~ DIAMOND SOLITAIRE tl.MWEIKlY w^« I 10-DIAMOND DUETTE 3-DIAMOND RING luxurious — Value Priced 12-DIAMOND PAIR S-diomond *ncagirn*n1 ring , . , 7-dicjmood band. 801)1 ringi ef luxuriously carved 14k yvffow gold BULOVA "Bride VERI-THIN BULOVA "Bowen' 17-JEWELS $3975 Man's 17-JEWEL WATCH BUY NOW.,.Pay After Your Vacation ^- Lady's 1-CAR AT ZIRCON RING 50c Wctkly ?Q95 14kGold Marching WEDDING BANDS 95 , PARKER "21" SET c \Vreklj- $O75 DREIFUS V!RB| Wnar IliamnnHs :nii \\ESTM.\I\ STOfttS m W.TTHIVIUI. MIMPHIS A NO DTIMMHia Pay As Little As 1.00 A Week

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