The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1946 · Page 12
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May 16, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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ilUUSDAV, .MAY 10, J'JIU ile Income Tax penis Higher Avenue on Earnings ist Year Far Ahead f Previous Year. TI,E ROCFC, May 1G. (UP1-- Income (ax collections were eel toclav to top last years 000. The deadline for fl I al midnight last night, ter Maxey. director of the I! tax division of the rcvcivi • imciil made the estimate hcv t in tlio books closed Tu"s- rie depavtment had centified 73H in income titles to th< treasurer, compared with Sl,. at the -same lime last yeai snlil Hint it will be at least ys before his olfk-e has all opened an<l the money cei pointe<i out, however, iha ffice in the capitol. usiullj ;d on the lust dny, Had only | customers on hand ye.sterda Itribiited it lo orderly filing jil earlier in llle year of forms lo individual tax payers by 'partinent—ihe fir.sl. year the *c has been followed. :cy said every single person g more than $l.&00 a year •very married person making than $2,500 a year was rc- lo file returns. m,YTHKVll.UO (AUK.) COUJUKH NKWS PAGE ELEVEN '• DeQueen Man Heads Utilities Association HOT SI'lUNGS. Ark, May 1U. (Ul>i—O. 1.. l.ei|;hton of IVQueeii today headed Ihe Arkansas IK Ill- lies Association. Kfler his election as president of the uronp here >Vo- (erday. Other oUU'ers uameu at Ihe nsso- cialion's mill iinnual convention In the Spa were C. II. Thorpe of Little Hock, former superintendent of (he Little Koek district of Ihe Arkansas-Louisiana etas Company, 1st vice president: Morgan Wrlnht of Fort KniHh. illslrlcl manager of (he Oklahoma (ias and Kleclrtc Com- |)nny, L>ml vice president: ami Hobert K. Uitehie. vice president of the Arkansas Power and l.iKhl Company, ie-eleclecl secretary and treasurer. ] Slayer Loses in Battle To Avoid Second Trip To the Electric Choir. Civil War is Feared In Azerbaijan Province NKW Olil.UANS. May Iti. cui'i Till, shite Supreme Court yeslenlay rcfi!tii\i u> inlervene in Ihe case of Willie Francis, 17-yeitr old St. Min- Imville, l.a., nei'.ro who escauivi (le:iMi In the eleclrle chair io win i!!)-<l«y reprieve while lawyers willed to suve his life. The coin I, In a unanimous decision, denied nil appeal of Fruni'K' Ulorney, lleitrand neblmio. fur wilts ui review ami hubens covpus. Only an ixpiieal lo Hie i;overui.i for ci'imnulallon of .seiilence ve- mains us an escape foi - Ihe con- vlrted killer who took his seat In the state's porlalile elect lie cliulr ill St. Mnrllnsvtlle May 3, and walked away filuhlcncU hill uu- luu nied. Optometrists Elect War vcif.'iin 1). li Ulane, of Hollywood, Calif., Orcaincd UD i> Rood business for himself when he gol Ihe idea of collecting bad dehls by parking his ear, with sign seen above, in front of debtors' homes unct w;ii.it?i; patiently unlit embarrassment compels vjetims to pay. One pound of .salvaxccl fal makes apjjroximutely six bars of yellow laundry soap. More than a.000,000 gas ranges in Ihe United Similes are operaled «llh Ikiuefied petroleum gas. TEHRAN. May 1C. IUI'>--Th!' Tabriz radio today broadcast d'e- flaiil staleiuents that A/erbaljnn would fluhl to delend Us liberty I and Jaafar I'lslH^-aiy. ]irem!er of i lhe autonomous regime, Maid tin Azerbaijan people "have llljmitci ourselves from dcspollsm." Central Kovernme'nl troops from' Uu " Tehran benan nmvinu northward loward the Azerbaijan frontier .some day.s nf;o, taking o\'ei - territory evacuated by lhe Hussions. Fears have been widely evpress- e<l (hat civil war may develop followiiiB Hie breakilown of negotiations l)i.'l\\cen Axerlmijan and Premier Ahmed Ghavam. but no clashes have yet been reported. AONARCH ;EA - * Lb. Pkg. 24c iEL HAVEN FRESH RED RfPE TOMATOES Lb. IGc SUNKIST LEMONS--432 Size, Doz.19c 'IFEBUOY FRESH GREEN 3 for 20c CUCUMBERS Lb.8c WELCH'S, PURE }RAPE JELLY 1 Lb. 26c ELCH'S DRAPE JOSCE Qt.59c COOKED f"W1 A F 4 f* J "S tl!l--15ioz.!in1jc 'elMONTE HALVES GREEN CABBAGE Pound 3k FRESH CORN Ear Each 4c NEW POPOTATOES Lb. 4k »EARS - - N6.21 Glass35c BUFF'S HYPOV/ER TAMALI BREAD MIX-Pkg: 22c 3QO Size Tin 24c CRISP BLEACHED CELERY - Bunch 12c BULL NOSE BELL PEPPERS - Pound 25c FRESH AVOCADOS Each 21 c SILVER MOON BAFFLE SYRUP - - 8oz.15c MONARCH HMl BUITER - 1 Lb. 34c LARGE WHITE ONIONS Pound 6c /ARIETIES CEREAL POST TENS Each21c INE GROVE SWEET POTATOES-No. 211 §c AONARCH, WHITE WHOLE KERNEL YELLOW SQUASH Pound 5c FRESH LARGE PINEAPPLES - - - Each28c SUNSHINE tORH No.218c CAMPBELL'S OMATO SOUP - - 3 for 20c SPRAT CRACKERS - -- Pound 18c SUNSHINE HI-HO Pound 23c HUNTER CORN BEEF HASH - Lb. Can 24c Jrapdmii Hearts - No.224c SAUSAGE • 4oz.Cansea.15c VIENNA A tlTCHEN 1EANZER - - 3lor10c FRESH DRESSED HENS and FRYERS Eagle Stamps With Every Purchase Mlackei OS MQRTM6H»ST._ Changes Agents! TOLER 0. BUCHANAN, a returned Blytheville veteran, is now repretcnting SI NCLAIR in Blytheville and th« surrounding territory and will Notc tlm handle New Phone A. tt f i • All Sinclair Products Herbert Mc-rrisor., Clreat Hi il- uU\'s Loril I'l'Bsldenl of tin Council and lender of lhe lloun Commons, vvll. ^'.o ID infilon lo ft'iiftr wil 1 ! I'vesidcnl Truman on world food : The Sinclair high standard of service will be strictly maintained under the new management and a phone call will bring a Quick response to your Needs. I am at Your Service! TOLER B. BUCHANAN Sinclair Agent FHISCO YARDS HLYTHKVILLE, ARK. I.I'ri'l.K liOCrK. May HI. (HI 1 ) Hi-, c. t;. Mellon of KnvetU'Vlllt will head Hie Slate Hoard iif Oplo- iiii'lry for Ihe coinini! year, lollow- lui; his re-election In Little Uoi-k lye.stenlay. ; Other ,,ffirers elected were: Or .,.„,,,.,, ( . 1)UM .„„„,,„ „„,,[ ,,,,„„.„, A. I 1 eiinliii:tot\ ot 1'uru^oviW (U'.slyiietl to ^n'*»^^'t^ tiusuHne lior.x [ire.sident; Oi\ C'harles Hro\vn icoul, are uiuli'i 1 const ruction In lhe o| Little Hock, secretary-treasurer. Untied Hi ales. MONKEY WRENCH TIRE PUMP A dopehdablo quIeV acting , |i pump. Enamolod \^ baircl o( scam- loss tubing. Sturdy base. 2.85 STOP .AND TAIL LAMP lypo. Easily installed on any car wild a Ihree spoVo slcering wheel. Enables you lo blow your horn without removing hands from' steering wheel—: baler—quicker., A.7O CLEANING PAD For while walled res. Quick action. With 1UC- tion cup fo; cos/ grip. Pin typo positive contact.' -IQ C Wo handle rebuilt and re babbitted connecting rod for Ford and r as low as "- Tradod Price AUTO STORES CARL BRYANT, Manager IL rimnc .'5121 113 Wosl Main St. For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam • and Dirt /or Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. . K. M. l,:ukhi — •- — llultn Holm FURNITURE OI course, we don't uct all we could Mil, but M jve get It our policy will be. first conic, llrsl acrvctl. . ~\., ; . ..... : .,,^,..^ Alvin Wardy Furniture Cby 1101 ICiist Main • Phone 2302 I .All our i;iii|ilnyccs arc War Veterans,. ', HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. 200 K. Main, Blythcvlllc, ATk., Phone 1001 .,-' SALES AND SERVICE OF J. I. CASE EQUIPMENT Ju,sl Hcccivcd a shipment of CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; 10 Inch $129.50 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Let us figure your tola! contract including labor. • Service and Repair on wiring and accessories. Appliance Repair. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. Sec. Photw $371 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAV/VTION ^ree Estimates S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH 8106. BLYTHEVILLE ARK

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