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Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - March 25, 1948, Lowell, Massachusetts Shirley School Supt. Refuses Comment on Impending Probe .Executive Council Investigate.... Conditions at State-Operated Boys' InstitirHoYi .Robert T. Gray, superintendent of the Industrial School lor Boy's, refused to 'com- ment today on-the'Impending' in-' vestigatlon of conditions at-the Institution .and. "the charges which led to the probe, approved yesterday by Gov.' Robert F. Bradford. "Another Hitler" The-investigation of conditions at the'local school by an executive council commit- tee was requested by Governor's Councilor Patrick
to put; up the'; two-thirds -'majority' votes, needed to override a veto. Sees' Spending: President1 Truman would al- most certainly cite the need for greater-than anticipated' spend- ing in opposing a cut In government revenue at this time. The armed forces want congress to add upwards of to'their proposed budget for new fiscal 1. One high government official said the treasury 'deficit In-the new fiscal year may exceed if-taxes are cut and defense spending' ;Is.' Increased Rep. E: Cox, D.j ,Ga., voted for the tax indicated that he. might vote .to sustain m veto in light of increased de- fense -needs. He said many oth- ers who voted for'the'bill prob- ably shared his: views. Republican leaders remained confident of victoryy pointing out that'-both the house and senate passed the' bill .with majorities considerably greater than .the.two-.thirds needed to kill a veto. The senate vote was 78 to U. or 18 more "two-thirds; in the fo 67, or 51 votes to'spare. National Safety Council to Honor Qoncord, Mlmmgton LOWELL--Two Greater-Lowen towns, Wilmington and CoricoM, were, among 14 Massachusetts communities scheduled to receive framed.honor roll certificates for year 1947 .with- out a highway fatality. Motor Vehicle Registrar .Rudolph F, King said they'were among 303 smaller communities throughout the nation-that'will-be so hon- ored by the national safety coun- cil. Other Massachusetts to.wns on the Hingham, Hud- Longmeadow, Maynardy 'Montague, -Oxford, See- So.uth THE GIANT STORE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! Open Tonight till
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