The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 19, 1947
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TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V CbURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNK 10, 1947 Tax Battle Looms For '48 Campaign Republicans to Use Truman Veto to Get Seats in Congress WASHINGTON. June 19. CUP)-Republicans promised today to carry their ftght for lower taxes ta the people in tlie 1943 election campaign. They fell that President Truman and'his fellow democrat?, bv killing the 1947> income lax reduction bill, had presented them with nn issue that would b^ing a OOP victory in 1943. House Republican Leader Charles A. Halleck of Indiana jald: "Tlie moral of tlie veto nn<1 ;Ue House vote (lo nuiioi-J the veto) is that we need more Republicans a.Hl fewer Democrals in.Co"gres«. I am quite confident that '.he people vflll attend to that malt?>: in November 1948. . "Mr. Truman's ve'o la a boomerang that will return In '48 heir- ing his Republican successor in the White House." House Speaker Joseph W. Martil), Jr., said the taxpayers "may have to wait until there Is ft Republican president" to gel a inx reduction. Rep. Charles W. vurscll, R-, 111,, said MY. Truman "figures Ihe people will forget this out rape against them by Ihe time he needs Ihem at the polls In 1948." To all of this the Democrats made j«. no reply. They were satisfied to 1^' rest on Ihelr laurels. long New 'Shooting Star' Makes Debut 1 This first flifilit picture of the new Lockheed T-IIOli shows the "Shooting St;u" jet-propelled fighter plane r.s it cruises over Burbank, Calif. Dive Haps extended below the craft slow il down to the speed of Ihe accompanying'camera' plane. Its improvements over Us predecessor, the P-HOA, include faster firing aims, more resistance lo battle d:niKige, and a pilot ejector sent. swears he s:iw Iwo Brooklyn Dodger fans walking hand In hand with an umpire down Flatbusli Avc., utter UIB "Bums" had lost a game. ' Don Snydcr of Waynesboro, Va., .said II was right smart chilly in his town Winter. He went down .stairs one murnliiR to find. Ihc fire had none onl. So he opened the icebox door, ran baek to his bed and crawled under the blankets imlll Ihe place warmed up ii little. They have some lancy raccoons in Florida. ,1. A. Woodward of New Smyrna Dcacli writes about a fast I'lid resourceful coon lie knows .This My lellow had outrun all f the hound tloiis in lhal part of lh|. country. Woodward .simtiested puUIni; u (tif.vhound In with the hound pack. Thov did and off went I the imps, with Ihe racing dog yip- yippini; m Ihc lead. Finally, live (Troylicund came limpiiu' back, his tall hrtween lih less. One of the rings had ..lipped off tlie raccoon's tiiil find lightened around the dog's nose 'til he eould hardiy breathe. U. S. May Shift Power-Selling Work to FPC Housing Situation Gets So Bad That Groundhog Loses His Den Commission?" asked 'Wilmington. "That Is not what i.hc bill would do,'' Warnc said. "I know," replied WliiUinjjton, "but we might amend il." Several limes Ihe Congressman re-turned lo that possibility. V/.irne said such a step v/c-jld \:u\ r?a in the position of both regulating p»- Jiuie jg (Tjp) — vale utilities and ousrallng publ'.c Ren William WlnUimjlon, D.,' ulllltlcs. He said he believed il was Miss., said yesterday Ihc House unnecessary lo set up another gov- Public Works Committee might acll to transfer all of the Interior Department's power-selling activities lo Ihe Federal power Commission. William E Warnc, iissistunl reclamation commissioner, testified nl licarliiBS or, a bill lo Iransfer from the Interior Duparlmoni lo Ihe Wai Department and VPC n'l- thcrity lo sell power (jcnerated only :il H'x>d control dams. | "What is the objection lo vesting the disposal of nil public power l.'i some other agency of sjovernmenl than the War or Interior Departments — S3J'. the Federal Power crninciil agency power-selling Job Inlorlor. to perform Ihc now handled by »y IIAKMON w. House vote-l liv " narrow mnrfiln |ll'«)li'<l >'"'* s Slaff Cnrri-siionilfiill vesterdny to sustain Jlie tax l>il|v>- CHICAGO. Jim,. 1ft. (UP)-Thp lo which Mr Truman -;enl lo C:\pi- i hciisi'>(- shortage is worse in the tin controversy climax to over taxes, Ihc tol Hill Monday. The vole was 2(!8 to 137 — Iwo votes short of the t-.vo- llilrds to override a presidential veto. The rJemorrals were willing to let 1948 take care of itself. They fully expected Mr. Truman lo s;V~ mlt a tax reduction p!;m himself tlie [ nexl year. WANTED: Young Man for Bookkeeping Position with Nationally Known Firm Located irs Blytheville. Opportunity for Advancement. Write Box A, Care COURIER NEWS CO. Northwest than anywhere, utmost, j John Weinmnnn of St. Paul. i Minn., reports that when the I i;roumlho|r cnme out to look thimjs >ver on ^loiuitlho't day. three f:i;ii- lio:. ]nov< il into his hole before .he llitln fellow could iiiiike up iis mind uhont the. weather. That's a |iiv kiddies. It's one of the tall ones siibmit- eil lo tin' liurlinKlon (Wis.) Liars' r^lnl) in iti-, :mnual coiUest. O. C, Ulctt, head man of the tall Inle iiaiiB. "says" lu- is ecUinc lies from :dl over the world —just like iin said he did before the war. O. C.I sent in these whonpers: | Dr. F. P. CerniHlia . of Monroe, I.a., claims he was. driving lo\va:d Texas oim iiftei-tioon, just as the pun was Kicking o\il heavv shadov.'.s. Ills car stalled mid n kindly mo- tnrlsl. slopped to offer a " hand. Neither had a nine or chain. Finally, the i'oori Samaritan backed rp. 1ied Ihf .shadow of hi;; car to the fi'ont buiuper of Ihe doc's machine and towed him 3D miles to lite next town. G. Deetlinler of Beaver, Pa.. -CORRECTION- Company K Dinner wilt be held Thursday, June 19th af 7:00 p.m. Chitwood's Cafe, Highway 18. Member-; are requested to return cards or call Lieut. Jeffries, phone 921 or 2002. BF THERE! 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MOST CARS' GilC Nu-Way Quart BLEACH Extra Standard 3 No. 2 Cans TOMATOES OIL CANS CLEANSER MATCHES .PISTON RINGS' .Restores : 'ncwj car and Save TOOLBOXES A handy box for a SPiC&SPAN 25 PEN JEL BROOMS Car Tag No. 62-811 Phone No. 2962 WINDSHIELD WIPER ^ , MOTOR j Don't tab chancoi with a"faulty _wipsr. Clear vision insures ufo driving. As low as AUTO POLISH, Pullman • Auto Polish polishes! r and wax ei J V«ur car in ono ope ration. R e - : stores new car. apnearance. SAUSAGE 4oz. can 15c Young Tender. Lb. PISTON RING COMPRESSOR Sleeve type. ComprMtes rings at ono time. Made f ipnr.g Fuel Pumps Weston s Pound Whole, Sour Full Quart 440 Single Sheets Box Chateau Embossed 80 13"x13!/2" Choice Evaporated Pound Mayflower Swcetpeas No. 2 Can HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR

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