The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1950 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 19.W BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWS Headaches Loom for House Administration Leaders WASHINGTON, Nov. 17. yr) —*New headaches loomed today to House Administration leaders a; Republicans and Southern Demo crats let. the word get around tha they want better committee assign menls, - : And, since last week's elections re duced the Democratic majority these two groups may get Just abou what they want when the new Con i convenes in January. re may be a tough light. too toT«£tore to the Rules Coniinlnei the virtual strnnglehold It once hell on legislation. Republicans and Southern Demo crats have dominated the Rule Committee in recent years and hav formed an effective coalition , U block mu,ch of President Truman' legislative program. i Rules Were Changed The coalition's power was sappci somewhat at the start of the pres ent Congress when Democrat changed (lie rules and made It pos tlble for chairmen of other com mlltees to get their bills to a Hous vote after 21 days of Rules Com mltie« delay. Prior to that, it took a long tim and 218 signatures on a discharg petit-Ion to force to the floor a hi pigeonholed by the Rules Commit tee. It was seldom done. House Republican Leader Marti; of Massachusetts told newsmen h will demand better committee rep reservation for Republicans would voU for restoration of th Rules Committee's former powers. Whll« h» will not lead a rtrlv fcr the rules change, Martin said lomeone. will start It and it wl have hU support. Martin said he expect* Demo oratlo leaders to give better commit tec representation to the strength tned Republican minority. 199 New Kepubllt-ans The law says every House mem ber^must have at least one commit te^jksignment. In the present Con grqjf there were 112 Republican but In the new one there will be 199 That means, Martin explained that Republican* ~ must have more committee assignments. The Democrats dropped 27 seat in the election, so they will not b troubled by new members wantln choice committee assignments. But Southern Democrats hay privately started demands for mor committee posts for so-called con servative Southerners. They want a better break on sue! important committees as ways RI means, labor, and banking and cur rency. Martin said he assumed tin Democratic leaders will agree to change in the ratio by which com mittee membership is divided be iween the two major parties. A ratl somewhat similar to that of th 80th Congress, in which the Repub Hears outnumbered Democrats in the House by 245 to, 188. has, been suggested . by some «, Republicans would mean more places fo Republicans, The decision rests with the -Demo cratic leadership, subject to Housi oval.- the Democrats get stubborn cratic HP»TO< Ml Genuine Kentucky Straight Bourbon 4 Years Old Genuine Sour Mash TITZEUWELLER DISTILLERY l., Ky. Prospects for $2,000,000 Leave Chicago Woman Calm .CHICAGO, Nov. 17. W—A tl"J'. grey-haired \soman, who lives modestly in a third - floor Walkup North Side apartment with s son and daughter, appeared outwardly calm last night over the prospect of inheriting $2,000.000. She is Mrs. Constance Kretschmar Mock, who, under a recommendation to - rpans' Court in Philadelphia may Inherit a share of the long contested $17000,000 Garrctt Estate. "It's been such a long, long business that I'm practically worn out," Mrs. dock told a' reporter. "A person would be foolish to make about giving up any of their present holdings next year, they might run into a figh* with the Rcpublican- Soiuhern Democrat coalition at the very outset of the new session. plans for the future In this troubles world. I hope the money does not make my Ji (e exciting, just pleasant." ' ^Mrs, Mock is tho daughter of Dr. Howard SI g i smun( j Kretschmar, an osteopathic physician who died in. 1933. It is through her father, n first cousin of Mr*. Henrietta A. Garrett, eccentric recluse who died without leaving a will dis- m S n n 5 IV" 8 "W.MO "late in Philadelphia 20 years ago, that Mrs. 3 Heirs NaYneri Her father was named one or three heirs, all of them dead, to the estate for which more than 20,000 claimant* from all over the world have been fighting. Appeals to the Pennsylvania and merit It To ind Shutdown Of Pittsburgh Dailies PITTSBURGH, NOV. 17. (;!>)—All agreement to end Pittsburgh's six- w«k long shutdown of Its three d»lly newspapers wa« reached «l 8:25 «.m., EST, today. The , agreement came after Ml night negotiating sessions with the non-striking unions and provides that the back-pay Issue will be submitted to binding arbitration, a spokesman for the publishers said. No details were disclosed but Ilio spokesman (or the three papers —Post-Gazette. Suii-Tclcgrajih and Press—said .publication will be resumed tomorrow. U. §. Supreme Courts may be made from any decision by the orphans' Court, and Mrs. Mock said: "That is why I do not wish to make any plans." ^ Mrs Mock, describing herself as just a housewife and mother," said she was born in Chicago nnd was graduated :rom Vassar She said she had been divorced from Roy D. Mock since her children. Constance, now 26; and Howard. 23, a law student, were youngsters, "No matter whether we get the money I am B oing to continue working." s he said. "It is all the lile I've known and I've been happy Short-Cut Plan To Commission Medics Adopted WASHINGTON,'Nov. 17. CAP) — Tlie army haa adopted a ne«' shortcut plan to speed the commission- Ing or'reserve medical officers. As announced yesterday, It authorizes commanders ol the six continental army areas and con- mandcrs overseas to grant commissions direct to qualified medical men who are subject to the draft. Heretofore .applications for such commissions had to make a round trip between army headquarters here and the area commands by way of army ground force headquarters. PACE Korean Reds Are Pelted With Safe Conduct Passes TOKYO, Nov. 17. (AP) — U.N. forces in Korea are pelting Chinese Communist troops ivitJi snW conduct piisscs urging them to null righting and get good food, warm , shelter and competent medical at- I tcntion from Allied forces. I The mcKsaae, written In Chinese ! Korean anrl English, carries the slg- • nature of General MncArtliur. X" 406 W. Main Phone 591 SALE! 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