The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 1, 1947
Page 6
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^ 'Ajy-4'^, i t :¥>t»A«l* «bN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1947 ._ F»™ f 'f>-? tig-si IP •?* •-» on New fiUUon? m C^Uffressmcn t T6 Lcicvt* Support • « '»,,•''> V BT BEAN W DITTSE^ i. n ™.» IU w~», Julj 1 (OP) — Htpuhllcsn h»d»rs yesterday prom- $«d'a deelsiotl Sometime this week -•> Whether Oop«re s wlU"P»S)! on•-it Income Ux reduction MU ba- adjournlng l»te this month r nbers of bolV'the Mouse and ^iate were beinc polled to dew /nnne if there -»aj.*nough support for the'revised GOP tax reduction bill t(>, make it futil^/for President TrunIR»,to \cto' tt " J)eldid*tbe original* s ^ i-pouse Republican leader Clmrles AV'Halleck s.a'(I "° action »ould <« taken on the bill unless both Senite and House leaders were certain of the'tno-thirds v^ote required '£) override a',\eto \' ' j-Halleck said h« believed the •House" would override a presidential \elo this time but tint the survey - was bem« r conducted to Ifjnake absolutely certain." • "The whole situation should be clsrificd this week," lie said. ! tThe only difference between the pending bill^arid 11*' one vetoed fey the President i s the effective date The new reductions would go Into effect "Jan 1, 1948, whereas the original measure would have Started the tax cuts tomorrow. The rite of reduction Is the same—10.5 JO per cent *. , / Bellnrs Bill Would PH.SS • Sen. Millard E. Tydirigs, D., Md., stid he belie\e a , Mr. Triiiuan would accept a Jan. 1 cut in taxes ^provided the reduction in the tfeavy income bracket is reduced .'f.»i,n.. i,,-^ i) le < amount of the re- Eliminating Guesswork duction iij the,lo»er~brackets increased slightly." ^However, Chairman Eugene Jlkin.^D, Colo, of the Senate Finance-, Committee, c aid it was not "practicable 1 to chance anything but the effective (late. ..HaVieck a.$ain cnllcfzieel Mr. Truman for vetoing the first, tax bill i-a veto which was sustained in (lie House. He said the president was. "as strongly .opposed to ; tax reduction as he is to reduction of Newest wrinkle in beauty contest judging Is measuring curves by "contour calipers." iieauly judge Paul Mahoncy shows how they remove guesswork os lie si?.es up Linda Lombdrd,-candidate for Miss Los Angeles County at Ocean Park, Calif. Curvesome helpers ore Jnnel Dempsey, tailing down statistics, mid' Ann Melton. NOTICE OE GRANTING OF his' padded $37.500.000.000 budget." '"We have cut the cost of government enough to warrant tax relief and also to reduce the public ddil," Hallcck said. "The people are entitled to savings made by the. economy-minded Congress.' Sen. Hirry P. iByrd, D.. Va., who Is also canvaslng Senators on the ne wtax reduction bill, said 61 now .supported the measure. Republican leaders were reported wanting 01 commitments to provide a safe .margin for a veto test. Sen. <A. Willis Robertson. O. Va.. said he would vote for the oil if the House would approve a Senate-passed resolution to apply al Dodd City Man Given Medal Posthumously DODD CITY, Ark., July 1. <UI>> - Mi. and Mrs, liotjerl n. Owen f this little Minion County' cbm- mnity have been given the DIs- ngntshcd Service Cross, -awarded oslhumously to their son, Cp). 'raiiklin D. Owen. The brief. Impressive ceremony »ok place yesterday In u little one(Him sclioolhoiise here. Tin; award HIS made by Brig. Gen. E. A. Zun- lel, represent!;!!; , Gen. •.Jinmlhan Vain-ATUihl of tlie Fourth Army leadouaiiers in Han Antonio, Tex. . » The citation accompanying the uedal read, "I'or extraordinary he- oisjn In action against the enemy i fiept. 4, 1344, in BelEhnn." O\ve:i was a member of a detach- nent which was surrounded by arge number of Germans altempt- ng mi escape through' u Helgian village. Heavily outnumbered, the American group was ordered to nfiltrale back to safety. The citation said thai Owen volunteered to remain and "with complete disregard lor his own eafety Good Used Furniture Is Found at JIMM1E EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. icroically" covered the withdrawal Film industry sources gaid today f his companions until wounded by burst of enemy machine gun fire. Ho lost his life as a result, of this :Ctlon. nut, said the citation, "by his un- llnchlng 'devotion to duty, personal alor and aaunhcs* spirit, Corporal Owen exemplified the highest tra- lilions of 'the armed forces," Gen. Zundel flew to Little Rock rom San Antonio and was accom- innied to Dodd City by MaJ. John Buys, executive officer of the Ark- msus IJislrlut Hetruitlng Service. $7,000,000 for 'Harvey' HOLLYWOOD, July 1. (UP) — that the price paid for screen rights to the Pulitzer prize winning comedy, "Harvey," was $1.000,000, the highest ever book. paid for a play or Laney Appoints Group To Select State Song LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 1. Gov. Ben Laney yesterday mmnir.t- ed a committee- to selCDt an official Arkansas song. Members of the committee are Paul Dewitt Schultz, band director ut Arkansas Tech at Hu'seilvlllc; Kenneth B. Osbo'.nc, hea:l ct ihe University of Arkansas !nu=io dc- piirtmeiH; John Glenn Metoalf. director of the Hendiix CoUeae music department; Miss Helen Lynn, head of the Ouachita College music department; Miss'Bobbie Forstcr, Mrs. Prank Vaughn ind Mrs. De;ia Toland, ail of Uttle Roek. DON EDWARDS "tv» KOYAL, 6MITH, CORONA aiM RKMINGTON rOKTABU 110 N. SECOND ST. PHONE Ma <Brery Trmnanctlon MUST HE SATMFAOTOKY) I j»xx>;>>:>rx>>;«^^^ 315 E. Main Phone 2487 REMOVAL The law offices of Ed H. Cook will be removes! lo (lie Joe = Is§ac Building, ijfa.iri rtnil fyiilroiul, on or sibout lirt^ 7, arid will'lre"tctup6Vanly, Iciciilcd in the "Heal Estate, Office of Oscar Alexander at 107 West Msiin Street.'- .. .• Notice is liercby given tlmt. the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkunsas ha.-, issued u pcrniit. :No. 1C5 to Welch Poster to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquor s for IjevcraBc at retail on the premises described a s KM! \V. Mniu Struct. Blytheville. Af- knnsas. Tills pennit issued on the 1st cloy of July. 1947 and expires on Ihe 30 liny of June, 1U48. Welch Poster Permittee NOTICE We Will Be Closed Friday and Saturday July 4 and 5 The New York Store What is the Correct price to pay for a New Automobile i delivered in Biythevifle? HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR NOTICE OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR I'KHMII Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenues of UK. Stale of Arkansas has issued a permit. No. 190 to Welch Poster to i^ell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 10 N. Broadway, BlythevUlc, Arkansas. Tills permit Issued on the 1st day of July. 1?47 and expires on day if Juhe, ia«. . •Welch Foster Permittee (he least $2, o:o,000,COO in savings to th n national debt. Winners Last Week: Car Tag No. NONE Phone No. N O N E HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR FOR QUALITY WAPPY HOUR **GROCERY *'•'MARKET 108 E. Main Sr. Phone 814 Prices gwxl \V«<1., Thurs., Sat., .July 2, 3 :in<l 5 HAPPY HOUR FOR DELIVERY HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR THIS WEEK'S FREE GIFT Find your car tag or phone number on tliis ad. The lucky ones get one case of Pepsi-Colas FREE by paying deposit on bottles. We will be Open AH Doy Wednesday of This Week, But Cbsed AH Day Friday, Juiy 4»h :^ f\ Oh say can you see, the red, while mul blue as brilliant ;is any fireworks: as stirring as any band: as inspiring of patriotic fervor as any declamation could ever be! Long may she wave ind long may her people enjoy the peace and freedom Tor which "Old Glory" has so often been carried over the baltle- ' r P Bfe 'atriotism is a hcarlfclt love of country to Hie point of inspira- ;ion and sacrifice. Betsy Ross's every stitch was guided by it ,vh«n she made the first Stars and Stripes. Blytheville Water Co, BERNARD ALLEN, "Water f» Your Cheapest Qt. lOc 360 Size Doz. Fresh Ground Lb. 35c Lean Meaty Lb. O & a. < STEW Brisket or Rib Vegaco or Durkee 1ESSING - Pt. 33c POTATO CHiPS - -pkg.29c HOT SAUCE- 6oz.Bot!.1Qc B-Q SAUCE - 6oz.15c JELLY 2 Ib. jar 32c VIENNA SAUSAGE - 4 oz. 17c i > T» "O •< I O c 70 2J O C X > -o -e -< I O C 73 I O m POTTED MEAT 7c 32 Piece Set 15c APRICOTS - No.2lcan21c M.N.CREAN - - - piiit23e 10 BELOW -- - -Jar 3k 200 Size Dox. Doz. PiCKLES Sour or Dill Quart Jar DRINKS Per Cose With Deoosit 1.14 BELL PEPPERS - - lb.25c LETTUCE - Hd.lOc VA Fold 80 Count 13t ONIONS Large YeHow Ib. GREEN BEANS No. 2 Can 140 10 in Package 15c PEAS Extra Sifted PEAS Black Eyed Can HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR Phone No. 2346, Cartag No. 26-162 HAPPY HOUR £ £ % X o c 7i I •c -< X O c 7i I I > •o "M -< I O i HAPPY HOUR

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