The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1950 · Page 10
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r PAGE TEN BIATHEVIU-I5 (AKK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1950 Oleo Tax Repeal Bill Hits a Snag Fulbright Accuses Dairy State Senator With 'Filibuster Move' Ky John Oiariwk'k WASHINGTON, Jan. 13—OPj-A Southern leader in the Senate figlU to repeal oleomargarine tax^s today accused opponents of "fiHibuster- Jne" against, the repealer. Senator * FiilbrleVit (D-Arki told rejwriors that anti poll (ax, anti- lynchiuR and ffttr. employment practices amendm-snts were "part of R filibuster against and an attempt to kill" (he House-pas.sed oleomargarine bill . The trio of civil rights amendment.* was imrodiieed yesterday by Senator Lander iH-ND*. one of the dairy group senators who contend that yellow colored miusanne is unfairly invading the butter market. Senate DPinncrjme lender Lucas of Illinois said n motion to table Lancer's amendments will hP made At (lie proper time- He predicted that the motion, yhleh Sfi not rtc- ( batablo. will cnirv. The effect would | be to kill the ameiulments. Lucas added, however, that brinR- tns the civil rights issue Into the debate probably ui!l ran*? some delay it] reaching ft vole. He previously had been hoping for a vote bv "Friday. Fulbi-icht said It is obvious rhal «s Ion? as possible." But be shnml [ j.sdiction. "the slrntegy Is to delay a vote Lucas' confidence that th^ civil rights amendment? *"U1 he tabled. Drnics Delaying Tactics Senator Wiley iR-Wis> Is sponsoring a dairy .state substitute for the House bill to repeal oleomargarine taxes. While it also would abolish the federal taxes. It would ban yellow colored margarine froiv) interstate commerce. Wiley, dcnyuie that there Is any filibuster against Ihe Hoii5e bill, has said its opponents are willing to have an "early" vote. Arkansas Coal Production Low for 1949 FORT SMITH. Ark,, Jan, II!. rj>>— Labor troubles and declining consumer demand have been blamed for mnldng 1949 Arkansas coal production, the lowest In yctus, The Ar'KJui.sns Re. von ire Department estimated the 1949 production at 877,846 tons. The department collected severance or removal tax on 1,783.007 tons in 1!J48, 1,445.472 tons In 1947 and 1.590 878 tons- in 19-16. Earl Welts, president of the Arkansas-Oklahoma Coal Producers Association said 1949 production \vns low becau.se there was "almost con- tiiiron.s labor (rouble for .seven months" and "ihe coal business almost ceasing to oxi.si." Most of the 2.300 miners at 8:i Arkansas mines si ruck for part cl the year. And part of the time they worked only thren days a \verk under orders of John L. I,ewis, United Mine Workers' union boss, 'The price of coat is too high tc compete with other fuels, at leasi in i he Soutlurast," said We]Is, "but the producers can't sell for any lest, and come out al] ris»ht with opmit tf cost.s as they aro." FREIGHTER Continued from Page One Missouri Co-Op Seeks to Avoid Tox On Cigarettes Shipped to Oklahoma By The Assodaleri Press Resumption of cigarette ship- ( meiits by mall to Sooner smokers: anxious to avoid payment of a state sales lax may be dvic for a IcRiil test. "We'll have an answer of some kind for them," soys Vice Chairman Joe Whiluker of (he Oklahoma Tax Commission. The state—ciirrentK' financing a S30.000.000 building bond issue with the smoker's tax—stopped the Income Icnk last Oclober by getting Congress to pass the Jenkins acl. Oklahoma levies five cents on every company which calls "Missouri Cooperative" selup is foolproof—de- Preacher Wants Officers Indicted In Manhunt Death LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Jan. 12. AP)— A minister wants homicide indictments against two slate officials for the death of a crippled recluse, killed during a convict unit near North Little Rock last pack. A Joplin itself (he claims Its TOUCH TYPING IN 90 MINUTES-Pli'liP < ; "»s nf Uroohlyn. N. Y.. slums Hie l;ryl)u:ird of his "Tuch-ftile" lyiJCWrilillK sysK'irl with ivliich lie claims he eon tench anybody how lo type in 90 minutes, Uioss, who h;is been sttidyiriK typing since l'M5, I«IM.'S tils svsicm (in the simiiltancoiis lir;iriiii>, sinVit ami touch llieoiy. signet! by attorneys to evade requirements under the federal statute that customer lists I tax authorities. submitted to state Chiang's Staff Denies Communist Troops Have Invaded Hainan Trie federal levies that would be wiped out by the- House bill Include a ,tax or 10-ecnts-a-poutici on yellow oleomargarine and of one-quarter cent a pound nn the uncolored variety. Occupational tnxe.1 also are levied on manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers. Langcr's amendments are psrl of President Truman's civil rights program, which Southern Demo- ciMs bitterly oppose. The Southerners are among the strongest supporters of the oleomargarine tax repeal bill, partly because the ta'r-/e spread provides a major market for cottonseed oil. Livestock STOCKYARDS, til Jan. 12— {Ft -<USDA)—Hogs 12,000 uneven; weights 220 Ibs down ant sows steady to 25 lower than Wednesday's average with some of H( Ibs down off more; weights 230 Ibs up 25 to mostly 50 lower; bulk good and choice 180-240 Ibs barrow and gilts 15 50- 16.25; about two loads early lopped at Ifi.50; 250800 Ibs 1».75-15.25; lew 3U5-250 Ibs TAIPKI. I-'iirino.s:i, . an. 12— tA'<— Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Sh;k's As Mich U IK diffe.cn slatr u, J]U ;ht flatly fJeniccI that , a blockade in imermtUoiml | (he Coniniutn.st.s have Invailvd Hainan Istaml. They iiiid no in- rom iw." (Whether ent from the Nntiomiiist capital i Formosa presaged an jiucni|)t this new pronounce- the Naliotiali.M.s lo t,he "•lying Arrow from reaching 'J'sing- no was not cU'ar.t Vice Aci, Rus-scll S. Berkey. com- nnnclcr of the carrier reinforced U. 5, Seventh Task I-'orre, has ordered American ships pv«tcclc*\ roin Nationalist gunboats on the liglv sen.^ Hut the orders are for U.S. navnl craft to stay out of Chinese territorial waters. Shado wrd by C" b i n i'Se Vessel A Chinese gunboat has shadowed the Flying Arrow -since the Monday shelling staying within eight miles ol the American ship. (Richardson's dispatch from the • away. ship did not say whether the gun- ' vnsion wlv.Uover had occurrtMl. They .said the invasion report, j which came lo this Chinese Na- ! 1 Danes to Be Shown \ Paintings by Britons COPENHAGEN— M 1 .—Tly spruial benevolence of Kinfj CUWKC the British council in LH'nm-.wk %viH an exhibition of the best liri- lisli patntiuR covering the period from 1130 to 1850. The exhibition will he at the Danish National Gallery. have been chosen from Jn letters received Wednesday al Tulsa. the Co-Op offers membership at SI each. The member may then order as many as five cartons of cigarettes at SI.CO apiece, averaging 35 cents under tile Oklahoma price. Leonard P. Rover of Joplin, mail' Jigei- of the newly-incorporated con cern, indicated names of patron will not he divulged. There havi been no shipments so far. "Our attorneys have advised u it will be IcfNt] lo operate as a cooperative without violntiny the Jenkins law," he said. The' Co-Op al.so sells cigars, tobacco, nylon hosiery and other uc- tictes as well ns cisjiiroltcs. tionali.st, capital from abroad, wa.s "absurd." -, "The Invaders must have been ghosts or fjf'nienLs of the imagination." said one of Chiang's sides. Guerrillas nic admittedly active in .n smiUl \vay on Hahiftii. b\it Nationalist army s'Hiires said none of the were new arrivals. Many of them have lie-zii operating since the early slaves of the .lapanes war a dozen years ago. Nationalist Navy units, patrolling public collrctions hi the United Kingdom as well a.s from private | collections. Many nf the pwwUiiKs j will I)& seen out-side the United Kingdom for the first time. week. The Rev. Wesley Priiden. Little $35 Bond Forfeited In Misdemeanor Cdse Olcnn Humphries forleilcd a $35.25 cash bond In Municipal Court tills niorntHE when he [nllcd to nppeiir to answer a charge ol obtaining personal property under false pretence. Humphries is alloRecJ lo have written a check In Hie amount of »10 to Owens Drug Store represent ing H to be good. The check was returned by a Blylhevillc bnnk. Hearing for Hurtis Walclon on a charge of practicing barbering without a certificate was continued until Saturday. Reac! Cou/iu News VViint Ads Rock Baptist preacher, today asked Prosecutor John E. Coaler, Jr., to file homicide charges against Stale Polici; Director Herman Llndsey and Penitentiary Supt. Lee Henslee. Mr. Pviiclcu, a member of the grand jury, made his request at a conference with Coatcs this morn- lee Biirsws, 63, a partially-paralyzed rechi.se who lived in a small house east of the North Little ROCK city limits, was wounded fatally by a posse seeking convict* who broke out of Tucker State Prison Farm Dec:. 31. Piosenrtor CuiUo*. who today received the Ptilaski County homicide .sciuiulV, report of iis invc.stigation of Burins' death, .-said the grand jury will meet next week to consider the case. Lindsey nnd Ht-n.stee directed the intensive niiiiiuhtil for the lotir armt'd de.spt'rndoes who killed a trn-siy siiuird in their break. fiiir"CHs wa.s .shot about C'30 p.m. Jan. 1. OHicevs reported lie opened fire on trusty convicts sent to check his house. The officers opened fire on tile holi.se and later Burgess was found to have been wounded several times. Argentine President's Wife Goes to Hospital • BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 12. t,T) — Mrs. Eva Pcron, wife of President Juan D. I'eron, was taken from th» nrcsidcutlnl palace to • hospital to- !ny. She was .stricken Monday nlalit with appendicitis while ,t.. tending a public ceremony. Sea lilies are really animals but they look like plants for which the/ ate named. RENT A CAR Drive Anywhere You FJeas« Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 In England It's the Chemist Shop In France \t's the Apothecary Shop In Blytheville It's BARNEY'S SD T R O URG E For Expert Prescription Service j Haiiwn .Strait, hn« recently been cl to prpvent a Red move from the mainland ten miles Negro Killed on Highway WEST MEMPHIS. Ark.. Jan. 12. Memphis man la.st night on Highway 70 near hrre. Arkansas State Trooper Gern-^c Bcastcy said tlic victim wa.s CharJas LOIII.S Pierce, 59, Negro. boat was the Flying Arrow on her move lo the North Chinn nort.i In ordning the FJytnx Aimw to ' Holds Job 70 Years SYDNEY. Australia (.\P) — Tsinglno as the "nearest safe poil, j Kighly-three-year-old Peter Pitman an isbrandt.sen statement In New' 1 """ York "In view of the unexpected and unwarranted attack mpon it) we do not consider it Justified to expose ihe vc.ssel and crew i^4:J crewmen and 12 pas-seinier.-,) to further The [sbrarui1.sen statement rUd not say whether the Brooklyn Heights, a sister sl\tp of the Flying Arrow in Hong KOIIR. would he di- verlert from it.s projected voyage lo Shanghai. The Brooklyn Heights carries a crew of 42 and one passenger. She Is due to sail .shortly from Hong Kong, Hefore lipping anchor for Ts'mg- lao. Captain Jones of the Flying Arrow. s?.i;J: been in the .same job for 10 years. He started \rnli Tooth's Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort- KASTKETH. «. pleasant Rlkulltic ,.,,... iion-nchli j)o«[lrr. holrts rnlsc teclh Brewery as n 13-year-old office boy i morc , Inn i y . To eat and talk more lilkli? ft HUle FAS- p tat PS. No giniMny. 1 or feclitip. Checks "I e.xpeci an explo.sion at any time. To wait and try to gel into Shanghai 7.oii!d be daneeroi:?." 13.25-50; 140-170 Ibs 13.50-16.00 largely 14.00 -15.15; 100-130 IDS mostly 12,00-l-i.M; few down to 1.00 or less; good and choice sovs ] ' 400 Ibs down 12.50-13.50; largely • inn; cows 15,25*16.75: fe-=~ "rnscium 33.25 down; Inavier sows 11.00-''.o good co^s I"i.i»-50; c^nc^r^ and 12.50; stags 8.50-lQ.iiO- I cutters largely 13 CO-Lj.itii: s^-Is Cattk- 2,000; calves 900; heifers | steady -o 25 lover: cet:i;z,; ,:c :i:p: and mixed yearHng.s steady -ariih ^ medium: good iSCO-lOvj I:T:-:«»L- 1,11: weights 750 Ibs dowrn fairly active; • common ISiO-HuO 7^n:m"-i •ic.- Tveight kinds slow: COWK draggy \ changed ZC«:Q i n d .:i.;ou:j* IT iin- and about steady at Wednesday's | 37.00; cozr-mcc ir.i cnttitinm l^.slH- declines; common and med- ! 26.00, and has worked on ns a cierk. 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