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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PACK TWO President Asks Military Pay Tax Truman Also Wants Servicemen to Help Pay Own Retirement WASHINGTON, March 9. OPi — President Truman proposes that all military pay be taxed, and that members of the armed'forces contribute to their own retirement. The recommendation Is in » letter to Secretary of Defense Forrei- . Ul, dited March 5. H was read to the House Armed Services Committee today as the committee resumed hearings on a bill to raise military pay generally and overhaul the retirement system. The bill would raise service pay »n average of 14 per cent. Individual raises would range from nbout three per cent for the sixth enlisted grade to almost 50 per cent for generals and admirals. The total cost of the increase.; has been estimated at $440,OCO,OCO a year by a civilian commission which recommended the raises. The President's letter said "preliminary studios" indicate the bill would cost 4690,000,000 a year. It added that "some way must he found to'bring this cost down to meet budget requirements." Mr. Trumau did not say who made the study that resulted' In the higher figure. His budget for the year beginning July i sets up $400,0:0,000 for military pay raises. Mr. Truman suggested that the bill be revised to provide lor full' taxation on a gross pay basis. This would : make military allowances, I sucli as those for quarters and iecu. liable Ixj income taxes. They arc now exempt." Witness Refusing To Testify Gets 6 Months in Joi! NEW YORK. March 9-W,-wil- IfnnvRosen of Santa Monica, Calif was sentenced yesterday to six months in prison for refusing to enswer grand jury questions In the Alger Hiss case. . The 65-year old California!! hns been before the jury three days but has reinsert to discuss his alleged receipt in 1B36 of an automobile which once hud belonged to Hiss, . . Hiss; one-time State Department official indicted on perjury charges, has told ». Congressional committee he gaye the car to Whittafccr Chambers, confessed former Com- '-Vjtourier.. ,, ; SEeyVjialci he would ...-.-i T'vf'Wto the_U. 8. . . f ^4 CoUrt;-'feV^ - ;-: Last week,-the'lawyer told Fed-' era! Judge Simon H. Hlfkhut Mmt his client's refusal was "based upon a reasonable apprehension Hint he might be incriminated In the commission of a federal offense." Tte grand Jury is Investigating | 811 W subversive activities and ' Communist espionage. It's Alimony Anyway i PA.RKHURST, Isle O f ff , gl) , ! Eng, March a. w,-Mrt. Beatrice Sarjeant won a divorce from her convict husband yesterdny-and alimony of one pence lone and two '• tnirds centsl a week. ; Her husband's earnings as a con- '•• m ,, rCf » vcra * e sc «» Donee Ul-2,3 cents) weekly. Homeward Bo.gnd and Happy jaLYTHEVIIJ.R <ARK.) COUniRK NEWS -—~-—— __ Los Angeles Church Janitor Dies On Eve of Banquet Honoring Him LOS ANr.TrT.pR -at., —i. n ,„.. LOS ANGELES, Marc)) 9. - Stamun Can-. 55-year olrt Janitor at the University Methodist Church, was an amazing man. The tail, white-haired man took Iho Job at Hie church Mn yea,* ago, Luile was known of h).s pa.st except that lie was a captain of Marines In the first World War. But lie soon t«came an outstanding figure lu the congregation Especially, among the 2,000 University of southern California students who attend the church. A brilliant scholar, he helped them with their studies from cp.lculus to physics He nLso was a linguist. Skilled In every trade, he kept the hui!e campus church shipshape His B ra.tc 8 t skill, though, was quieting the babies in the nursery "He was," says Dr. Wendell Miller, pastor," the mast popular man In the church." For that reason, he was to be honored Friday n| e ht at a testimonial banquet. Dr. Miner said it was to have been the biggest even', of (lie church year. Tlic LO.S Angeles Times heard about (lie banquet and carried a story about 1C—and Carr Parishioners who read the storv Kood-inttircdly kidded the Janitor MMiit his "fame." He kidded back th«i g-a.sued and slumped to the fleer. He died in a few minutes There .will be no banquet Friday "IfiM. On Sunday afternoon, there will he a memorial service for him Instead. Read Courier News Wan! Afls Mrs. Ann Payer Jones of Pitlsbiirgh, p«., cii.lm.cc.s lier 18-momi-oIcl miglilrr, Bonlla. as she stops nt Chicago, 111., ov.rnighi from Macoinb II., to her home. She wns reunited with the. iwby almost n year allcr he child was kidnaped. An Itinerant mission worker Is charged wHIl the IdnapliiR. (AP Wlrephoto,) Wanted: , """i THEE TRIMMBIt j Call 510 or 20(i(i, or See I Mr. Deet'riclv at 10t> So.', 1st SI., at Ingram Weirs o/ Orville Wright Protest Public Sale of Famed Inventor's Shoes DAYTON, o., March 9. M>>-T)ie he i* of orville Wngnt want ten Palis of the late Inventor's shoes T?,rt, C ? 10 tllcm by the Goodwill Industries, The shoes were given to the organization last week and Goodwill announced they would be sold at sale. Then, Robert E. WatVlns, Goodwill's executive director, called off the sale after the heirs protested the publicity. Monday, Milton Wright, a nephew of the airplane's co-Inventor, askej lo have the shoes back and sa d Goodwill was trying "to capl- Wrl i °" lhe " flme of Orville The shoes. Milton Wright said, should have been disposed of quietly, "in keeping with lhe retiring spirit manifested by Orville Wright throughout his life." Read Courier News Want Ads, PHHMORM Mystery Ended ic! nv.ln.,.1,1 - ;„•,„,•, fug»-<ifT,>r» rcni r.lirt. P-W'i n i^SiSirjr'"" 1 !'-" 1 '''"'" r.'^ "°-Wnniu in tlio inl ti'movos Ilipm from Hip Ijojy bo ivntrt, f or lh( . .vnrnii.v Bi • linM «nd » in your State Senate Sets Record 'n Appropriating Money WITLE ROCK, March 9. W> — The Arkansas Seir.ilc yesterday set what mny have been an nil-time ecord. Ill 14 mlnules, It appropriated :»rly $74,000.000 to be spent dur- ng the next two years. This WHS »t a rnle of move timn »5,OOOQf» a tiinulu. or $83.000 a second. The bills, hniulled by Senator Clyde Byrcl of El Dorado as chalr- msti of (lie Budget Committee included the biennial budget of the State Department, of Education. Tins bill alone totaled more than S63.0CO.COO. Also approved as a bill appropriating SS.MO.OOO for teacher retirement payments during the next two years. t, & bill to anpro- iU'h. Tlini n-k your I'lruitgisl fo ?«mwi c *j y ~ t "" l "'" ! ublt ' l » ""'" Pin-Worms ... relieve that itch. Ji/ll hnuml,,,, p.w ® ,„, Pin-Wormil , i ir P-W, die clud Ly the in worm atroy l!,os« WKDNKSDAY, MARCH 9, 1049 Horseshoe That Filled FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP)—The horseshoe on the wallet of J. D, Jack.von wasn't as lucky as 11 might have be.™. A thief took the wallet $25 In It and a |115 watch from Jackson. 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