PAOB BKOT Ikes Cabinet Choices Get Praise from Both Sides WASHINGTON Mi — Generally favorable reaction from leaders of both major parties hns greeted President-elect Elsenhower's three latest appointment* to his high command. Two of the three were for cabinet post*: Herbert Brownell Jr., Kew York lawyer nnrt former aide of Oov. Thomas E. Dewey, as attorney general, and Oeorge M. Humphrey, Cleveland Industrialist, M secretary of the treasury. . Zlsenhower designated former OCT. Harold K. atassen of Minne- •oU is mutual security administrator. Of, Humphrey's selection, Democratic Sea. Byrd of Virginia salci: "He'Is a most outstanding and able .businessman, and I predict Jor Him 'a most successful administration/' ; Byrd, who refused to support Democratic presidential nominee Adlal Stevenson, Imd been mentioned for the. Treasury post but •eld earner yesterday he did not want »..•.: Coarratufatlon* Sent Secretary of the Treasury ft n y d e r telegraphed congratulations to Humphrey, offering his assistance rn making a smooth transfer of authority. Snyder called Humphrey "an administrator of sound Judgment and experience." Mutual Security Administrator Averell Harrlman made a similar offer in a telephone oall to Sins•en. Harrlman'a office said the two agreed to an early meeting, but set no date. Sen. Robert A. Tafl of Ohio, who lost the GOP presidential nomination to Eisenhower, declined comment on yesterday's appointments by the. President-elect. None ol th« appointments went to men reportedly favored by Taft, although Humphrey was honorary chairman of a Taft committee In \VA. Sen. Wayne Morse of Oregon, who bolted the Republican party to hack Slevenson and now calls himself an Independent, commented: "The latest batch.of Eisenhower appointments Is but a continuation of placing reactionaries in complete control of his administration. . , . Elsenhower apparently believes In placing big business In control of Ihe government." Morrenthau Comment! In an Indirect'comment, former Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenlhau said he hopes the El- senhower cabinet "doesn't go too much big business." Morgenthau, who served under the late President Franklin ID. Roosevelt, told reporters In Tucson, Ariz., he was "a little bit, worried" about the possible make-up of the cabinet. Reaction from other members of the Senate, which must act on confirmation of such appointments, Included: Sen. Sparkman (D - Ala), the Democratic vice presidential nominee, said he was not acquainted with Brownell and Humphrey but praised Stasscn as having "the right outlook on the mutual aid progrnm." . • . Sen. Mundt (R-SD) said he considered Brownell arid Stassen well qualified, but did not know Humphrey. ,'...'' Sen. Stennls (D-MIss) praised BrownoU's choice, said Stassen was "acceptable"' and did not know Humphrey. Sen. Walklns <R-Ut»h) said he approved the appolntmenti of Brownell and Stassen. A • America Must Rise Morally ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (#, — A Methodist bishop says this country must rise above what he called Its lax morality In order to be an effective force for world peace. "We must purge our national life," said Bishop Richard o. Raines of Indianapolis In a report to the semi-annual meeting of the Council of Bishops of the Methodist Church. Citing gambling, drinking, divorce and civic- corruption In the U. 8., Bishop Raines snld there w.u "no precedent Jn history for thinking such a nation can be used of God to bring peace and good will to earth." ' Hwever, he added that he «aw signs of "spiritual awakening" and Indications of a "serious concern that raises the hope that our nation may rise to meet, the challenge." GREEN TAFT cCwMmiod from Page », ttw members of your bereaved tarnnV profound sympathy in your boor of sorrow." Pull Ftedced Mirier Green was a full-fledged coal miner by the time he was 18. He had been la the soft-coal pits long before that, but how soon he start- ad digging coal after his birth on March S, 1»70, in the Prosser'.i Hollow section Just outside Coshocton no one seems to know. . Young Bill Green's father was a miner and early In life Ihe son developed a deep-rooted devotion to unions. When he was 36, Green went to the Ohio Senate for two terms and won a fight to abolish a mine pay .-practice he believed .unjust. He Introduced and obtained passage of a bill banning' the prac- tice'of paying miners only for con! big enough to be stopped by a two- inch'Screen. At about the same time, in 1906, Green became president-, of' the Ohio District of the UMW. He bc- _ came.Lewis' secretary' in 1912 and, In 1934, on the death of Samuel Oompers — the founder and only other president the APL had ever had-^XJreen became the AFL leader. He has been re-elected AFL- president every year since. He was last elected in September. Aa Green's health deteriorated, his family kept silence, hoping 'to avoid the flood of sympathetic messages it knew wns Inevitable. But death opened the floodgates to all who mourned him. Both President Truman and President - alect Eisenhower praised Green. Salct Elsenhower In a statement Issued in New York: "For many years Mr. Green hns been the voice of n Inrgc section of the working men and women of America. He has consistently worked for their welfare. He has been a real American and a grea: national flgura. I Join with the thousands of his friends who knew and respected him In mourning his passing." Truman said: "He was R line American patriot who dedicated his life to the service oC thoso who worked. His sue qess U a monument to his labor statesmanship. He was a friend to me and to thousands of others, to whom his wise counsel and understanding were helpful always. He will be missed by Americans in all walks of life." Taft Praised Him Sen. Robert A. Toft, co-nil(hor of the Taft - Hartley labor nci which Green so olten denounced said: "William Green was a grea labor leader. Everyone triistet him to be honest and stralghtlor ward. I often disagreed with him but I always kept the kindliea (Continued from Page 1) ment, In which Eisenhower concurred, saying there would be no discrimination against pre-conven- tlon' Tnft supporters In appointments. In the new ndinlnlstrntlon. Taft apparently missed on one reconimendntton wlicn Sen. Harry P. Byrd, Virginia Democrat, snld he didn't want la be secretary of the .Treasury. Reportedly, Byrd had been Taft's choice for th« Job and. was. approached by Elsen- hower's emissaries. Picked Humphrey Instead,' Eisenhower yesterday pi c k e'd George E. Humphrey, Cleveland iron, steel and ,coal in- duslrinllst, .'• for the Job. Willie Humphrey described himself as R rift supporter, there is plenty : of evidence thai Tail's men did nol o regard him In this year's campaign despite bis honorary chair- nnnshlp of a Talt commiltee In 948. The choice of Brownell, Dewey's campaign manager In tlic l'J-14 and 948 presidential races, as al- orncy general was not expected 0 please Talt. Nor was it 'expected that Ihii Ohio senntor would be chlhuslaslic about the selection of Harold E] Itnsscn to liend the mutual Secur- ty Agency—not a cabinet post but a key Job all the same. Tnlt wns ikcrt Hint Stassen forced him Into presidential p r I in n r y coutosts vhere tlio former Minnesota governor was soundly beaten. SUM nnolhcr Republican nol in .he Toft camp, Gov. Earl Wnrreil 01 California, figured In the speculation nbout Eisenhower appointments. Elsenhower .telephoned Warren yesterday, and while Wnrren de- ilincil to say what they discussed here was talk the governor may be in lino tor the iirst vacancy on he U. S. Supreme Court. "Cal- fornln hasn't nskcd for anything" n'lhe new administration. Warren told R news conferenco. You Can How Buy ICE COLD BEER TO TAKE HOME! No Increase in Price! Griesedieck — 24 cans -1.10 Budweiser — 2.1 cans 4.35 Goldcresl 51 — 21 cans 4.10 Falsfaff — 24 cans 4.10 PHILIP APPLEBAUM UOUOR STORE HO So. 5th Pho. 9641 BLYTMtviLLB (ARK.) COURIER NIW» War Dead Roster Available to Next-of-Kin Next of kin of World War II servicemen who died while serving In England may obtain a free copy of '.'Britain's Homage to 28,000 American Dead" which-fa being published by the London Times in connection with construction of the American Memorial Chapel m St. Paul's Cathedral In London. The Chapel, being built in memory of American servicemen who died In Britain, will Include a Soil of Honour to be placed in the sanctuary. , Requests for copies of this volume will be used as a means of obtaining the names of ncxt-of-kln of the war dend listed in It. •> These requests/according lo the Times, should be made by post card and Include'the name of the Kerv- icemnn, imme or title of the unit In which he served and the writer's name, address nnd relationship to the man. Requests should be mailed to: Colonel the Hon. J. J. Astor, The Times, London, Inc., 45 East 51st Street, New York 22, N. Y. When hair on humim heads Is left .uncut 'there Is little difference between the length of hnlr on a man's head and on a woman's. . •AtVBDAT, HOY. M, 1W» C of C Prexy Says /fce Friend Of Business CINCINNATI (ft'— Laurence V. Lett, president of the u. B. chamber of Commerce, said yesterday business can expect friendlier treatment from President-elect Eisen- howert administration than H got from the Democrats. "The outgoing administration jhose business as a political whipping boy—»nd the whole economy has suffered ac a result," Lee said. "For the time being, that era Is over." I.ee warned, however, against looking on the Republican election triumph as a victory for business. "On balance, -It appears to me that no economic group can claim *, victory," he said, "and that Is as It should be." ) Lee's speech was prepared for delivery at a meeting of (he Cincinnati Chamber of 'Commerce. OFFICIAL POSTER — This Is the official poster for the 1953 March of Dimes drive which will begin Jan. Z to raise funds to aid victims of Infantile paralysis. The Mississippi County drive is aimed at a goal of $20,000, according to Elbert Johnson ot Blytheville, county: chairman. (See story on page 1.) ' , Putnam May Delay Coal Wage Decision Until Next Week WASHINGTON (IP) — Economic Stabilizer Roger Putnam may postpone unlll next week his decision on whether a $1,00 dally pay raise for soit coal miners is inflationary. Putnam was reported to have about decided to put off the ruling until next Monday or Tuesday, He had promised earlier to do everything possible to reach a decision this week, The case came to Putnam on an appeal from a Wage Stabilization Board decision holding that only $1.50 ol the miners' negotiated pay- raise was approvable under the nation's 'wage controls. The board Unprecedented Storm Blankets Knoxville Under 22 Inches of Snow KNOXVILLE, Tenn. if!— A quirk of shifting nlr masses dumped up to 22 inches of snow yesterday on mountain areas of four Southern States — Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia - niici Kentucky—par- nlyzing communications and transportation 'for many hours. Despite rapid melting caused by relatively high ground temperatures, the unexpected storm left a large men ot Ill-prepared Dixie looking like a polar outpost. The snow blanket measured 10 inches heie early today. It was by fnr the heaviest fall every recorded here and possibly the heaviest ever recorded this far south. But the resulting snarl hi normal community living-did not approach llic Intensity of the throu-dny .ice storm which struck Tennessee and other Southern states early in 1951. This city of 125,000 had a total fall estimated' officially' at 22 inches during the 24-hour period yesterday. The precipitation In terms ol water measured 2.32 inches. Several Casualties This was the highest figure reported from the affected areas, but coinnmnlcfttions were still blacked out to many mountain areas to the east early today. Early reports , included a few casualties. A young man and man were killed at a railroad The average temperature of the surface of [lie Earth ts nboul 60 degrees Fahrenheit. feelings for him. i . . His death Is a loss to the nation and to the labor movement." RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. MOX Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun i :00 Always a Double Feature SAT. LATE SHOW Sliirfs 11:80 SATURDAY "1 SHOT BILLY THE KID" Don Barry - Windy Le« SAT. OWL SHOW "MA & PA Kettle GO TO TOWN" iMarjorie Main & Percy Kilbride SUN - MON - TUES "The Half-Breed' In Technicolor With Robert Young Janis Carter & Jack Bute! Also Cartoon Roar of (he Iron Horse Serial . SUN - MON Double Feature ROBERT TAYLOR "nr —PLUS— A'wp Yomr Eye tm... JOHNNY ONE-EYE* td Mini Uniltd »rt)sts Cartoon * Short rosstng at nearby Morristown. ho accident happened at the eight of the snowstorm,-but of- cers were not sure It could be lamed on the storm. Two-women were injured, ap- arcntly not seilously, when, R tore marquee fell under the 'eight of snow as they were wait- ig for slow-moving city buses in owntown Knoxville. Broken power lines brought evere ; discomfort to .-numerous imilles depending on electricity jr :heat us the temperature ropped to 25 degrees'this rnpr-- ig. i Railroad crews fought against icavy odds to' push principal rains through the drifts hours be- lind schedule. Buses and automo- IIes were reported stalled along Hundreds of miles of highways. held that the extra 40 cents, if paid, would be Inflationary. "Ther* was no indication of how Putnam would rule If lie upholds -KSB and rules that the extra centa',per dny can't he paid the miners, 'they may walk out in pro test. - - . C.i'-t A ruling reversing, the WSB, m. the other hand, would damage thit agency's prestige and-jnlght lead some resignations.' V' Argument on Argument BINGHAMTON, N. X^ t/Ph-T city council has "a big .} argument. It's about how to argue about the budget. One faction wants committees to consider sections of the budget and make reports. The other faction wants the whole council to consider the whole budget. PRDINANC END. SSI-A A BIU, FOR AN ORDINANCE FIXING AND ESTABLISHING THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OK LICENSE FEES, CHARGES, AND SPECIAL TAXES DUE THE CITY OF BLYTHEVIILE, ARKANSAS, FKOM ARKANSAS - MISSOURI POWER COMPANY, WHICH AMOUNT WILL BE ACCEPTED BY THE CITY IN LIEU OF ALL SUCH TAXES, EXCEPTING AD VALOREM TAXES AND AUTOMOBILE LICENSES: AND FOR O TlH ER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the : Arkansas-Missouri Power Company (hereinafter sometimes referred to as the "Company") is duly authorized by franchise ordinance heretofore enacted to operate an electric distribution system in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, (hereinafter sometimes referred to as the "City"), and said electric distribution system and appurtenances thereto are used in or incidental to the rendition of to ttM C!ty <* BiythtviUe, Arkanaas, and the fa- habitahU • thereof; and, WHEREAS, the Company to BOW occupying the itneta and alleys and other public ways of said City for the purpose of operating, maintaining and extending its electric service to the City and the inhabitants thereof and dbnxumerc reald- Ing therein, and is supplying to the City electric .service for street lighting purposes and other municipal uses; and, WHEREAS, the .City fc entitled to receive Just and'reasonable taxes from the Company which the City may lawfully Impose and the Company is entitled to receive reasonable rates for services supplied the City. . r NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OP BLYTHEVrLLE, ARKANSAS, THAT: SECTION 1. The Company shall pay to the City, during the -year 1952 eight-twelfths of three and one-half (3V4) per centum of its 1951 gross electric revenue as herein defined and thereafter three and one-half (3(i) per centum of the preceding calendar year's : gross electric revenue, (excluding industrial and municipal 'revenue's) as paid to the Company by customers residing within the corporate limits of the City and payment shall be made by the Company to the City in equal monthly instalments. Industrial revenues are those revenues defined by the Company as such and approved by the Arkansas Public Service Commission. Municipal revenues excluded shall be those covered In Section Two (2) hereof It Is expressly agrees and understood by the City that said payments shall constitute and be considered as complete . payment and discharge by the Company of al licenses, fees, occupation and privilege taxes, charges, impositions, or other taxes Cottier than automobile license fees, special millage taxes and general ad \alorem taxes) which are now and may In thi .WHERE HAPPINESS COSTS SO LITTLE BQXOFF1CE OPENS'6:45 P.M. WEEKDAYS OPENS: 1:30 P.M. SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS SUNDAY & MONDAY FEDERAL LAND BANK FARM 0 LOANS NO EXPENSE— Pay part or all at any lime National Farm Loan , Association Joe Marlln, Secy-Trras. Ph. 3352 Mon ,fc Thursday Osceola, Th. 388, Any Day NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK; Matinees Sal. & Sun. Phone 5S as Jim Bowie "vho forged the knife that slashed his name into historv! with a weapon all her own! SATURDAY "Rough, Tough West" With Charles Starrett SAT. OWL SHOW "That's My Boy" Dean Martin - Jerry Lewis B»os:fiery Southland Adventure inTECflNICOLOR joint ww • Jiwfr«i»/-^ ® Notice TV Set Owners SUNDAY - MONDAY "WORLD IN HIS ARMS" , Gregory Peck - Ann Blyth TUESDAY "SHE'S IN THE ARMY' Marie 00 For ultimate reception on Channel'5 with your present antenna, your TV Set should be peaked to receive the best picture and sound. AVOID THE RUSH! Place yoor order now for tuning service beginning Monday, Nov. 24. Our SPECIAL priet for this f*rrie«. ...^ FRED CALLIHAN RADIO SERVICE 110 S. 1st — Phone 2612 — Blylhe'vilU OPEN NIGHTS BEGINNING MONDAY, NOV. 24 TECHNICIANS ON DUTY TILL 10 P.M. ftttur* b* inpoMd by the CHy under authority eoofemd upon UM City by taw. ^ 8ZOTION t. Electricity furoiihed by th* Company to the City (or •treet lighting and o«wr purpeM* shall be paid by the City fa ae- eordance with tho applicable'rat» schedule! at the Company now on <ile or hereafter filed by the Company with, and approved by; th» Arkansas Public Service Commission. The Company shall have the privilege of crediting any amount due the City with any unpaid balance due uld Company for electric service rendered to the City. It is expressly agreed and understood between the City and the Company that If any licenses, charges, fees, Impositions or taxes (other 'than automobile license fees, special mill- age taxes, and general ad valorem taxes) -be charged, imposed, or levied by the city In the futi|M then In such event the obligatfiS of the Company set forth.In Section ! hereof shall immediately terminate. "'.' SECTION 3. This ordinance shall remain in effect, for: a term of five (6) years and for «uccesslve periods of one year each' unless and until canceled'not more than 1 six months, nor less than three months prior Jo the expiration of the orlgJ inal term or any anniversary thereof. • • •'••:"..• : SECTION 4. All ordinances,'••resolutions, agreements and parti ol ordinances, resolutions, arid agreements in'cnflict herewith are hereby repealed. SECTION 5. The Company shil hove thirty (30) days from and after this passage and approval t< file Its written acceptance of thb ordinance, with the' City Clerk am upon sucn acceptance being filed this ordinance shall be. consideret as taking effect and being In forci thereafter APPROVED this the Hth day o November, 1952. DAN A. BLODGErr, Mavoi ATTEST: W. I. MAUN, Clerk. GEM THEATER "Osceofo'j Finest" OPENS SAT. 2 P.M. — 5 DAYS! >.-»! °\,- 'St. < V *-X. V- ^ ' •n-rx ,.• . 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