The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1950 · Page 7
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November 22, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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_WEDCTI8PAT t - Th» Nation Today: N«w Situation' on IUi-t Central— Shooting Spree About to Start In Cold War Over Rent Controls (A«K.)' COURIER By MAX HALL (Far Jin« Mu-lowj WASHINGTON, Nov. _, . . — .) j The cold war over rent controls Is voted to de-control the city. Oppo- «bout "to break out Into another •hooting spree to Congress. Every- end ' osfc - But the actual de-control- °°dy duck. ling does not lake place until expediter Woods signs the order, and this Woods refused to do. He says no evidence wai present- i happens once or twice each ._B>. But It's a bit different this time. The battlefront will be somewhat hard to trace on the map. Rent controls have been largely in th» hinds ol local communities for some time now, and there U rio uniformity In the land. American cities and towns fall , into several groups. !. Some have never been under rent controls. 2. Some have de-controlled themselves They decided they no longer needed rent ceilings. So they took advantage of a federal law passed L n - 1949, and got rid of them. This group Includes Miami, Sin Diego Oklahoma City and about 400 othe-' communities. 3. Some have been de-controlled on the initiative of the federal government, on the ground that the housing shortage had ended there. More th»n 600 communities art In this group. 4. Some have been de-controlled by their state legislatures. Examples: All places in Virginia, Alabama. Texas and Nebraska. New York state went out from under federal controls a year ago but Is governed by a state rent control law instead. _ 5. Some communities have decided to continue rent controls until the middle .of next year. A law approved last June permits them to do this, either by action of their governing bodies or by a vote of the people. This group Includes Chlca- >ston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh .. . nils and about 700 other places! 6. More than 3.000 communities under federal rent controls have done nothing. And therefore, under the law of last June, their rent controls will automatically end on Dec. 31, unless they take action to extend them — or unless Congress DOES. 'This 'large group embracing pernopr 40.000,000 people, include' Cleveland, Cincinnati. Baltimore San Francisco. Kansas City, Seattle Atlanta, and New Orleans. 81st to Decide When Hie old 81st Congress meets next Monday for its brief final Cession, it must decide what to dc about the last group described above President Truman wants the cutoff date extended three months beyond Dec. -31, That is. until March 31. This would give the new 82nd Congress three months to argue th CHICAGO, Nov. 22; ^^*,., umbia Broadcasting system yester;- day asked, three judges In Federal Court to rescind their restraiiiinz order delaying CBS from starting comercial color telecasts. Attorneys for CBS filed a 53-page memorandum asking immediate oermissiori to itart the color prc~ gTiJf.s. It chirged delay whole'thing out after it meets In Anle -!' ican and the United Nati. January. are h ? r e to give, not to receive." y^iTZK'^^. £^ n £<? acd trols, I The , with Los Angeles, renfc to th « . Los Angeles City Council nents of this action took It to court l that the hous- fore the council's action proper under the law. A U.S. district judge ordered him to sign. He appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals here. Tills court gave him until day after tomorrow to sign, but also granted hearing today. CBS Asks Federal Court to Resccnd Order Delaying Start of Telecasts VASE SETHI the public" "millions Comm is cost* a- doj- The CBS color telecasts vttt sc.ieouled to have started last Monday. But the three judges on Nor. 15 issued a temporary restraining order delayi p.gthe programs, wy- ing they r.eeded snore time, possibly ;r, tmonth °' lon ser, to study the CBS has been given permission cne federal Communications nor. to start it s color tele- -iadio Corporation of America and other television equipment manufacturers petitioned for an injunction to prevent CBS color programs, contending the FCC order was "arbitrary and capricious." RCA and 'the other plaintiffs, have five days in which to answer the memorandum filed by CBS. Rhee Reassures Countrymen of American Aims HAMHUNG. Korea, NOV. 23. ((Pi- President Syngman Rhee of the 1 Korean Republic made his second appearance in North Korea today, under heavy guard, and said: "Americans have come here to give to Korea—not to take from It." He spoke in Korean to 1,000 cheering North Koreans in a crowded municipal theater. Several thousand others stood outside. Rhee said "naturally they axe afraid after 40 years of oppression by Japanese, and Communists. I told them not to be afraid—that American and the united Nations . »„ .,, u j tlul , p Alle [\ar,ion- al Association of Real Estate Boards opposes the extension onj the ground that Congress has-al- r A 3 ",-!.]!'™ the . local con ™unit!es d their controls — j want to. he Truman administration also wants Congress, sooner or later to give housing expediter Tighe' E Woods the power to restore rent f 6 ' "f ,'J? " eas that have de-controlled - themselves but which now have new housing shortages because of the defense program. Some of those areas, according to Woods have become trouble spots—for example, the area around Camp At- tertury In Indiana. JThe hottest spot Ln the country the audience in English he was "glad to be the means of bringing about greater unitica'tion to the Republic of Korea." Half of Armed Forces' Funds Going for Planes WASHINGTON, Nov. 22 (f\— More than hall of the $8.092,000,000 which the armed forces have obligated for new supplies and equipment in the last four months It going Into new aircraft. This-was announced yesterday by the Defense Department. Without breaking down the figure between the Navy and Air Force, It said h glowing chip-proof enameled steel Want your kitchen to be a work-saving beauty ... today, tomorrow, always? Then «n all-steel Geneva Kitchen is surely tKe one for you. Every modern feature you could want in stainless steel sinks, white- enameled base and wall cabinets, and step- Mving accessories. Plus sleek, simple lines «nd welded construction for lasting beauty. And you can arrange Geneva units to Any floor plan! So let us show you how your Geneva Kitchen will look .. .for life. Drop in soon—or phone. HUB6ARD&HOKE PPLIANCE CO. 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