The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1946 · Page 14
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May 16, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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THURSDAY, .MAY 10, 11)10 BLYTllFA'11,1,1'! (AUK.) COUUIKK NUWS PAGE ELEVEN • the State Income Tax Payments Higher Revenue on Earnings / Last Year Far Ahead I.. Of Previous Year. (. LITTLE ROCK, May 1C. (UP)-Slate Income (nx rollpctioiu wore expected today to top lust .vein's 1 $3,250.000. The deadline for film as-sed at midiU^ht la.sl nigid. Waller Maxey. direetor of income tax division ol the rcrai'iu department made tlie estimate hery today. • . • When the books closed 'llifs- day the department had contused S1.C80.138 in income taxes to the Kliite treasurer, compared \villi $1,282,515 »t. the same time hist year. Mnxcy said Hint it will he at least 15 days hefore his office lins all letters opened anil the money certified, He pointed out, however, thai the office iu the capitol, usually crowded on the hist (lay. had only a few customers on hand ycsterclav. He attributed it to orderly filing .by mart earlier in the year of forms .sent to individual tax payers by the department—the first, year the practice lias been followed. Maxey said every single person making move than $l,f>00 a year and every married person making more xhnn S2.500 n year was re- (luirccl to file returns. DeQueen Man Heads Utilities Association HOT Sl'KINClS. Ark., May 10, . 1,. UHglitoi) of Detjiieen loday headed Hit- Arkansas Utilities Association, after Ills election as president of (he B'xmp hero yc'j- lerday. Other ollicers named at the asso- 1 elaiion's :(-lth animal convention In the Si>a were C. 11. Thorpe of Llt- t!e Hock, former siiperliiteiulent of : I he Ltltle Hock district lit the Ar\ kansijs-l.ouLsiatia Cias Company, 1st , vice president: Mmi'.an Wrliihl of Foil Smith, dishlc'l m:iuai;er of Die Oklahoma C!:is and Klectrie Corn- puny. 2nd vice president; and liolj- ert E. Ritchie, vice president of the Arkansas Power and Unlit Company, re-elecled secretary niul treasurer. Civil War is Feared In Azerbaijan Province \ TKHliAN. May 1(1. <U1" -Til Tatjri/ radio today broadrust de flant statements [hat Avu'rhatjuii would rinhl lo defend il.s liberly Slayer Loses in Battle To Avoid Second Trip To the Electric Chair NEW OKLKANS. Mny Hi. UU'l - Tlie Mute Supreme Court yesterday MMused to iiUervene in Die ruse "'f Willie Friiiu'ls. n-yeiir old SI. Mur- liwville. l.a.. neuro \vlio esfapi'd di'alli in the electric chair lo win 20-ilny reprieve while liuvjvrs >«ttl«l lo save Ids life. The com I, In a umuilmous clei-i- ion, (K'ulfd an appeal of Francis' ilUu-ni'y, Heilrnnd Dchlanc, lor writs ut review ami habeas covpvis. Only an ap])eal to the goviTiu-r for {-oiuniutaiion of sentence remains as an escape for the coji- vlctcd killer who took Ills seat in the stale's portable electric chair at St. Martlnsvllle May :i. and walked away frightened but 1111- liarnu'd. Optometrists £ Icct 1,1'I-I'I.K HOCK. May Hi. (Ul Hi'. V. Ci. Mellon of Miycltc* Opto- \Viir vcirJiin D, LC Hlano, ot HoUywnod, C.'uHf., i\rcamet\ \\n busiticis foi- hiinselC \vhcn he got (he idea of colloclinu bat! clcbls by trarkhig liis cnr, with si^n seen above, in front ot debtors' homes and wa;.ii!£ palicntLy until embarrassment cotuncls vjctims to pay. mid Jaafar "ishev'ry m-mlci '>f." R ' Uy fl>r I "<" M " I>1 "« .vear. follow- .' ..... ,^, ',, ' Other of floors pU'dcil wen*: Dr i ()l , nl ' lroops ri-nin llluul1 A - lll ' nillll ^ l(| ii o 1 I'ui-uuoul'J dL-siuui-d to pmdiin 1 jiuwillur Iroiu loving ucii'llnvjircl vlt ' l> pivslclont; I3r. Cliurlo.s IJrowu jronl. an 1 unilcr ronsliHctton in Ihv One of flit makes MONARCH TEA Jipiiroxini;ilely six Ixus ot ' laundry ao^p. •^>ir^-J>^T>^t^i-i-t^t*C-'L «J5.ViX'Jt- J Lb. Pkg. 24c More limn '2, 000,000 gas ranges in the United Staalcs arc- operated with liquefied potroluntn K»S. Crntral t;ovei'ni Tchnin bt'j-sui moving lownnl Hie Av.ertniijan frontier sonic <tny.s af;o, tukintj; ovor len'l- lory evacuntcd by ttio Russians. Frill's liavt 1 bi-on witloly t'vpiv^- rd that civil war nuiy folluwiiifj llie Ijrt'jiktluwn of negotiations hvuvri'ti Awrbiiijit]j mul 1'reinlrr Aliiuecl Ohnvixni. but no "cla.sbe.s ha vc yot been reported. LitiIt 1 lioek, secretnvy-tiva.suvor. DEL HAVEN FRESH RED RIPE TOMATOES Lb. lOc SUKKIST LEMONS - - 432 Size, Doi. 19c LIFEBUOY 3ior20c FRESH GREEN CUCUMBERS Lb.Sc To Washington Changes Agents! TOLER B. BUCHANAN, a returned Blytheville ver- cran, is now representing SINCLAIR in Blytheville and th« surrounding territory and will All Sinclair Herbert Mcrrisoi., deal liril- iiin's Lord President of the Council and leader of the llou.'O of Commons, wll. )!<• to W<r-=li- to eentrr wit 1 ! I'resident ruman on world food Products 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. am at Your Service! TOLER B. BUCHANAN Sinclair Agent FKISCO YARDS KLYTHEVILLE. ARK. WELCH'S, PURE GRAPE JELLY 1 Lb. 26c V/ELCH'S GRAPE JUICE - fit Ul. HEINZ GOOiXED , . ioz.Tin13c GREEN CABBAGE Pound 3k FRESH CORN Ear Each 4c NEW DelMONTE HALVES , . . PEARS - - No. 2 j Glass 35c ; DUFF'S ' - ; '- ; ' ; ' •" - ; <M'--; •''' ' -.;-.:::•: ^.V • •j GINGER BREAD MIX -Pkg^Zc HYPOWER TAHALES - 300 Size Tin 24c SILVER MOON WAFFLE SYRUP - - Soz.ISc MONARCH PEA^IOI BmTER - 1 Lb. 34c VARIETIES CEREAL POSITED • - - - Each2k PINE GROVE SWEET POTATOES-No.2*18c MONARCH, WHITE WHOLE KERNEL CORN - - - - No.218c CAMPBELL'S TOHATOSOUP - - 3ior20c JACK SPRAT Grapefruit Hearts - No.224c KITCHEN KLEANZER - - - 3for10c POPOTATOES Lb. 4k CRISP BLEACHED CELERY - Bunch 12c BULL NOSE BELL PEPPERS - Pound25c FRESH AVOCADOS LARGE WHITE ONION YELLOV/ SQUASH FRESH LARGE PINEAPPLES - - - Each28c SUNSHINE CRACKERS SUNSHINE KI-HO HUNTER CORN BEEF HASH-Lb. Can 24c VIENNA SAUSAGE - 4oz.Cansea.15c FRESH DRESSED HENS and FRYERS Eagle Stamps With Every Purchase fttlacket 309 NORTH BibST. RADIO AERIAL Thrco pioco oxtcniton cowl type rodio y DuPont CELLULOSE X — STOP AND TAIL LAMP Wo.od lypo. Ble,cl TIRE PUMP qul?k acting ... tj pump. Enameled | v tacrcl of seam- • less tubing. . Sturdy baso. 2.85 Easily imfailed on any car with a three spoSco stccrfng wheel. Enables you lo blow your horn without removing Hands from' steering wheel—Safer—quicker. v Pin typo posilwo contact,' -»Q C CONNECTING RODS Wo handle 'rebuilt and re- babbitted connecting rods for Ford and Chevrolet T n c for as low as - Traded Price. SOUTHERN AUTO STORES CARL BRYANT, Manager Pluinc :i!21 113 \\Vsl Main St For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We A/so Sell Good Black Sandy Loom < and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. . K. M. I,:uklii — — — Hulrn Holmes FURNITURE Ot couisc, wo don't set t>" we could Mil, bul'tw we (^ policy will Ix; Ilr«l .conic, fli'sl served. . ' •.:.,_, .. . ,..' Alvin Hardy Furniture Co: ^ Kusl Muin Phone 2302 All nur Kmplnycc.s arc War Veterans.. ... . - :. Each 21 c Pound 6c Pound 5c HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. 200 K. ninin, Hlyllicvllle, Ark., Phone 20*1.;'' SALES AND SERVICE OF J. I. CASE EQUIPMENT Just Received a shipment of CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; TO Inch $129.50 Pound18c ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Let us figure your total contract includ*- ing labor. Service and Repair on wiring and accessories. Appliance Repair. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. Pound 23c 110 So. Sec. Phone $371 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLOG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK

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