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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THf NAT/ON TODAY— Calls for Slashing the Budget Heard in Halls of Congress But Getting Reductions Not So Easy By diaries Molony (For James Marlow) WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. W'j—Congress Is rocking with calls lor cutting President Truman's $12,439,000,000 spending budget.. But Ihe cold record shows that, this Is easier said than done. Government spending has wound up greater than Mr. Truman pre- I dieted 111 three cf his four budgets lor previous years although there | has been some clamor far cuts every time. The Increase (or the tour years* I totals 53,800.000.000. :tilily for after-budget, in- spending is disputable I becau.se: . . 1. Congress has sometimes voted I to spend more on certain tilings I tlian Mr. Truman recommended. 1 2. Mr. Truman has sometimes I come through with new or expanded spending proposals.after his initial | budget message. 3. Circumstances unforeseen oy either the President, or Congress \\" "• R ° ach . son of Mr. and Mi sometimes knock Initial spending I » alv fy Roach, and Mrs. Kami estimates haywire. R ° ac1 )' 76 ' Boy and Grandmother Die in Home Blaze LEPANTO, Ark., Jnn. 20. IIP)— A two-year-old hoy and his grandmother were killed late yesterday in an explosion and fire at their farm home near here. Three others were hurt. The Ilamcs took the lives of Marvin H. Roach, son of Mr. and Mrs lie I estimates haywire. 1 Examples of this last kind 1n- I elude cold \var developments, which I have sent costs soaring, and the 11949 business decline, which shot I up subsidy outlays while knocking | down tax revenue estimates. Ser-ks Highest Peacetime Budget I Mr. Truman's lie\v budget for the 112 months starting ncxt_July 1 is I the most costly peacetime program lever laid down "by a President at the I opening of Congress. It foreshadows a SS.m.OOO.OOO deficit unless | taxes are raised. Yet it anticipates .111 S858.000.000. lor two per cent cut under the cur- Irent spending rate of $43.297,000,000. |Tlie current rate itself is the outgrowth of a S41.858.000.000 program I Mr. Truman submitted a year ago. . The President's claim of a cut milder current year rates depends • heavily on two estimates that he J admitted to be—necessarily—based i guesses: 1. That veterans costs will de- Icline by S83S.OOO.OOO, largely because fewer veterans will apply for Doling and other readjustment ncfits. • 2. That outlays for farm price • supports will drop S581.000.000. I Tile President said in his message I that Congress lias as much respon- Isibility for 'government, spending as • he has, for "all expenditures flow • from obligational authority enacted • by the-Congress." Fixed Charges Heavy _ He reminded Congress, too, tliat l$12.100,000.000. or 29 per cent, of his • spending total was authorized at • earlier sessions of Congress, put- Iting it beyond the reach of "econo- Iniy drives." I Mr. Truman this time beat Coii- Igres.s. to the punch on one program • that has added S800.000.000 on pa- I per'to lus past two budgets and has laddcd that much to congressional Iclaitns of "spending cuts." I That program was universal military training. Mr. Truman men- Itioned it favorably in passing, but • quit anticipating its approval by • Congress and dropped it altogether • from his spending estimate.-!. I Here is the record on the four • previous budgets Mr. Truman has •—Igiitted: Knnnry 1946: Proposed spending I total S35.aGO.000.000: actual total at • years end S33.289.000.000; increase IS3.423.000.000. January, 1947: Proposed S37.528,- 1000,000; actual S3G.OG6.000.000; decrease SI.-1S2.000.000. January 1948: Proposed $39,594,- ICOO.OOO; actual S40.057.000.000; fn- I crease $463.000.000. I January 1949: Proposed $41.858.• 00.000: cost estimate with fiscal year • half gone S43.297.000.000; apparent I increase S1.439,000.000. Seriously Injured in the blast am flames were the child's parents and \ sister, three-year-old Lorene ?oach. All three were taken to r ilemphis hospital. J. B. Murphy, Lcpanto undertak- ir, said the explosion occurra vhile Roach attempted to start i itove fire with tractor fuel. Woman Who Started Fire At Hospital Ruled Insane DAVENPORT. la.. Jan. 20. IJF, Mrs. Elnora Epperly, 22, accused of selling the Mercy Hospital fire in winch 41 persons were killed Jan. 1, is to be committed to a mental hospital. The Scott County Sanity Commission ruled yesterday the attractive young woman, of Rock Island, 111., is Insane. County Attorney Clark O. Filseth, who fiied a charge or "murder in the perpetration of arson" against Mrs. Epperly said she would not be brought to trial. He said she admitted starting the fire. PAGE FIVE Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toombs wo Hass-Kulnwaler Wedding Mrs. Hester Buss became the bride °f I- M. Rainwater Monday morn- mg in a quiet ceremony at the court house in Plggolt; Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Will Pardon accompanied them. Mrs. Rainwater hail been employed In the Segal store for a number of ycau. Mr. Rainwater, before the recent sale of his farm, hud farmed north of Hayli for many years. Carter Club Twenty-four members and two gu?sts, Mrs. Vernon Titty and Mrs. Clint Burgess, met in the home of Mrs. Dick Wilson Monday lor a session of the Carter Home Kco- nomics Club. Mis. Rose Lee Workman, club parliamentarian, gave an instructional talk on the conduct of it meeting. Ttic president announced a tea to be given Feb. 3 in the Presbyterian Church in Caruthcrsville in honor of M. D. Amburgcy who lias rx'cn county agent of Pemiscot County for 30 years. He is leaving tliis month. After a brief business mcellni; refreshments were served by Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Sadi; Richardson and Mrs. Raymond Toombs- Mrs. Bill Cook and louiso Cialordl. Mrs- J. M. Damron gave the tievo- ional and visitors included Mrs. j. o. Huf.sledler ami Mrs. Beatrice Johnson, who was received us a lew member. IS/inngfioi Blockade ^Called 'Big Success' TAPET, Formosa. Jan 20 l,rt — • The Chinese Nationalists declared •today that the blockade of Shang- liiai is a big success and extended • their efforts at the same time to |tlie South China coast. Nationalist planes dropped 200.000 . (leaflets over the area, proclaiming | lit a danger Tone "henceforth, and ' • warning peaceful craft to avoid it 1 if they wished to avoid "heavy and i (continuous air assaults." i The danger zone includes the.' |Liiichow peninsula which extends toward the Nationnlist-oon- Hainau Island. Gazette Begins Hiring To Replace Strikers LITl-LE ROCK. Ark., Jan, 20. (/Pi —The Arkansas Gazette has begun replacing newsmen who have been on strike since Dec. 17. One new employe was on the job in the newsroom last night. The Gazette previously had announced it would begin this week permanent rebuilding of its staff, replacing employes si ill on strike. Thirty-two news and circulation men are on strike. They walked out originally in support of their demands for a dismissal clause in a proposed contract. Bride Spends 6-Month Honeymoon on Vessel COPENHAGEN-W,-How would you like to spend six months of your honeymoon locked up in a cabin as a stowaway? 'Rial's how a 23-year-old Danish girl spent it She just returned to Denmark after having visited—but not seen— the Panama Canal, Puerto Rico and Chile together with her husband a greaser aboard ;, Danisli freighter None of the officers aboard know anything about the romance sheltered by their ship, and will never know, if ihc sailor and his wife can keep their identity a secret Six months ago the newly wed' woman visited her husband aboard the ship at Frcdcrikshavcn on. the east-coast of Jutland. She overslept and did not wake up until the ship was at sea. Soon (he whole crew knew about the stowaway. They fed her and she darned their socks. By Sue Burnelt Destined for a busy spring whirl is this stunning date frock for the teen-age miss. Notice ho.v cleverly a striped fabric Ls used on the waist and collar, the twin rows of buttons for accent. Pattern No. 8557 Is a sew-ritc perforated pattern in sires 11, 12, 13. H.. IB and 18. Size 12, 4*1 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, scud 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN MUMPER, to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, III. The Spring and Summer FASHION offers many ideas for a smart new wardrobe. Special fabric edition—more American Designer Originals—easy to sew styles — gift pattern printed Inside. 25 cents. IJWC MecHiljr The Business Women's Circle of the Baptist Missionary Society met Monday with Miss'Gcnsc Hiif.slwl- ler. Miss Alice Phillips was proir- r.ini chairman ami WIIH assisted ijy Miss Hufstcdlcr, Mrs. Lloyd Stewart Lovitt. both of Dlylhevillc. Sylviu McOlown and Miss li mona Barnes, both of Lcachvillc James A. Young and Mrs, Eunice Elizabeth Young, both of lilythc- villc. Hiicger Child Kili-s Graveside services for Jerry Dean nagger, infant son of Mr. and -Mrs. George nagger, were conducted In Portiiecvllle Cemetery Friday, lie Lisle Funeral Home was in charge- A (lend Coum-il Mooting Mrs. Dick Wilson, president of Peiniscot Cuiinty council or Home Economics Chilis, and llrs. Henry F-'iiy Tinnier were in CnriitliCTSvillc Monday for installation ceremonies .Mrs. 'I'liclinn Unviclson, home demonstration audit, save Information mi work for the home economic.', clubs in 1590. Mountain Measurers Overcome Refraction ;—(.I 1 )—Measuring mountains from New Mexico to the Canadian .xn-der, plus Alaska, Is part o( the job of the people who work under the U.S. Geological survey's Ilncky Mountain Regional Engineer Robert O Davis. Davis admits that some of the present figures may be "" a few feet. file principal leason for errors is the refraction of sight, caused by Hie varying densities of the "'riiosplicre, The Denver office of "IP geological survey Is planning an e.Mirnmcnt to try to correct for (his curvature. Oil': ticld p.uty will work from inc- top of a mountain ami'another Ironi the base. Using portable radios, both pnnlcs will lake readii at exactly (he same nilnule. and Train-Auto Collision Fatal to Missionary WALNUT UIDGE, Ark., Jan. 20. iP)—A train-automobile collision ten miles south of here yesterday silled a young Jonesboro missionary teacher. She was Grace M. Sallwa.sscr, 26. Her automobile was carried by the Missouri Pacific train about half a mile from the crossing at which they met. The car was demolished but her body was thrown clear. The victim was the daughter of Mr. and Mis. George M. Sallwasscr, St. Louis, Mo. thus corrcclions can ho made for refraction. It has been done this way because changes in the atmosphere can change the dr-grco o: refraction in as lllllc ns an hour. Named Hospital Trust** LITTLE ROOK, Jan. 20 W)—MM oo C. Hardln, Grady. was named D the State Hospital Board ot 'rustces by Governor McNfath late esterday. Slic suc«eeds Mrj. H. B. ngram of Conway, whose term has xpired. NEW Box Ojicns Week Days 7:0fl p.m. Slallnce Saturday & Sundays lal.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showln Manila, Ark. Wind Slnrm Krporlrd Siroiifc winds which accompanied the hard rains Sunday afternoon between 3:30 and 4 o'clock did some damage south of town. Shingles were lorn from the roof of (he Douglass Reddick home and the gaiugc was set off its foundation. At the Hill Morgan home, on Highway 61, Ihe roof of a shed uas torn off and Ihe pieces of sheet metal were blown awuy. No other damage was reported. notary cluli The Portageville Rotary club met for its regular meeting at the Twin Oaks Cafe Tuesday. Guests Included Fred Doi-meier, Cape Ghardcau; Dick Snudcr. East St. Louis, 111.; John Braswcll, Kcmictt, and William Powers. W-:bb Walker and Mr. Braswcll were on the program. NOTIC JANUARY 31st is the last day to purchase City Auto and City Truck License Plates to avoid payment of the penalty. « All unpaid Privilege Licenses and Garbage Fees arc past due, and should be paid immediately. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE W. I. MALIN CITY Cl.lvKK Friday 'FEUDIN' RHYTHM" wllh Eddie Arnold Also Shorls Sill unlay "SOUTH OF DEATH VALLEY wilh (Jlurlcs Slarrett Also Shorts Siilurdiiy Owl Show "COAST GUARD" wllli ItANDOI.I'll SCO IT Albo Shurls Sunday & Monday "WAKE OF THE RED WITCH" with JOHN WAYNE Also Sborls When the ground is snow-covered mix sand nith bird seed for birds' nct-d to cat gravel. Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses at the of- fiie of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk, yesterday: George Wiglnton and Miss Edna RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. 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