The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1947 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 3, 1947
Page 6
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

SIX BLYTHEVILLB (ARKJ COURIER NEWB THURSDAYS-JULY 3, 1917 OOP to Revise iicome Tax Bill Leaders Agi»« to Try ..To Get Measure to Truman. This Month WASHINGTON Julj 3 (UP) — The House Wajs and Meini Committee postponed until liter todi> it*'scheduled plan to appio\e the re|J«ed Republican income U\ re 'duqtion bill i Committee Chairman Hirold Knutson said ifiei a 90-mmute (netting that the DemociU mem bert asked "for a little time to consider tht lie* bill Knutson pie vioijsly had said the committee would approve the hill this morn- 'ing^'in jnst about 10 minutes." Kiiutson said 'Rep. Robert L Doughton, D., N. C., suggested he would-'like .'to sec n provision In the new tax hill eNlcntlitiE com munitv propels ti\ benefits to taxpajeis of all stales But Kuut < son said lime doesn t permit studj ( of Jhe chajftctei tint sueii i pio pcsfl must Iwc The measure is identical ,wlth the "tax bill President Truman vc toed' with one exception: The low er rates'woulrt go' into effect next Jan'. 1 Instead of this July 1. H would "save taxpayers Sl.COXCOO.ODl a ye'ar Vith cuts of from 10.5 to 30 per: cent. ""' • The veto of the first tax bil .»-as s sustained in the House by twoE-vole. margin. The decision to-try again • where they failed before was reached- hi House..iiiiH £eimte GOP leaders' a one-hour conference yost,er(. After the' situation. had .been thor ougiily canvassed by a dozen of In top- men f>l L both houses, Hous GOP leader Charles IA. Hallcc emerged'., to ' tell. repprt.ers.: "We're going to take another sno at the -tax, bill." . . lieniocratic leaders were less o] tlmistic tlimi they were the fir time about sustaining a veto— -•-Mr.' Truman chooses that course— 'but; they', stir, felt- it could be done, liouse •Democratic 'Leader, Sam Kayoum of Texas' snid'hc thought that "if the President vetoes another fax bill.Mt will be sustained in one House." He declined to predict whether the House would vote to sustain as it did before. Boy Born As Sister Dies in Nearby Room Mines Turned Back to Owners Federal Coal Mine Administrator CJanl. N nines throughout the country nnnonncina lag, which has flown Connnlly Act, mule II. Guilts .son, looks over one of Ihe many notices put, up terminal!-.;n o( the government's possession. The American for 11! monihs over 2500 bituminous mines, was hauled down when the Rmith- which the govcrnim-n', sel/crt the mines, expired. Looking over Collision's shoulder s Commander Edmund I). noyle, e.xceutlve (ilrec'or or the mines. (NEA Telepbcto.i Americans Dominate Net Tourney WIMlil.liUON. Knf;., July 3. (UP» —Margaret Osboruc of Sun Frun- tco and Doris Hart of Miami made the women's singles final of the Wimbledon tennis championships in All-American affair today by winning their semi-final matches. Miss Halt, seeded No. 3, upset Louise Hroujjh of Beverly Hills Calif., ranked No. 2. 2-<J, 8-0. 0-4 to liJiin the finals after Miss Osbornc, seeded No. 1, had disposed of the last forcigiuir in Die field, Mrs. Shle- in Summers of South Africa, 0-1, 6-2 Thus the U. S. feminine stars duplicated the feat of the American men who also made the men's singles final nn All-Amerlcan affair. They will meet for the champion ship tomorrow. In the men's finals tomorrow Jack Kramer, the U. S. .singles champioi who is seeded No. 1, will meet Ton Drown, the San Francisco law stu dent, v.'ho ^vas iv.nkcd No. 3. 2 Die in Plane Crash COLUMBUS. Ga . July'3. (UP) Motor failure was blamed today for the crash of a Iwo-.seatcd private pin tic killing t\vo enlisted men stationed at the Forl Denning Airborne School. The viciiivis were (Iciitlflecl as Lcom.rd Chambers or Chicago, and John T. McKay of DubiKiuc, Iowa. Cotton Problems To Be Studied By Lo.wmokers WASHINGTON, July 3, (UPI — The House Agriculture Cotton Sub- ommlttee will liolcl preliminary carlnKs »exl Monday and Tuesday i problems confronting the cotton lUuslry and Ihe cotton belt. The hearings will bo based on n net-finding sludy made during Hie ast two years by various federal jjcnctes and public and private the lull committee for consideration in connection with general farm legislation, scheduled for tlic next ses- sion of congress. Read Courier News Want Ads. . During the hearings, the subcoin- nitlee will release the completed eports oil Ihe nine research l>ro- ects involved in the study. These reports will be placed before ATLANTA,-Ga., July :3. (UP) -- Five-ysa'r-old' 'Cora Jane Crowley left the big city Jor ; hcr first vacation on n Georgia farm lo. see llic cows; the., pigs ,anrt .the chickens She was sent-away while her mother gave birth to a baby boy three days' ngo. Today MrB. -Crowley buried iK-r tears in her pillow in the hospital maternity.'>warrt. Her curley-hairod Cora died of severe burns In n nearby room. "The youngster, enjoying her nc'.v farm ]Ife : 'on tlve'pastuic approached a wbrkshed. A blazing can of s»so r Une' landed in her path and exploded. ; -A workman had tossed the can from the -window unaware of Cora's approach. The'can had caught fire froqi sparks flying from the sharpening of a plow on a grindstone. |t Head Courier News Want Ads. Oust Reactionary Southern Demos, Wallace Warns NEW YORK. July 3. (UP) —He-ll- ry-A.'Wallnct' called upon President Triminn today lo take the l<>:tcl In ousting "reactionary" Eouthor.i Democrats or face ft new third pai - ty former by Inbor. Wrillns In the New Republic mngazine. of wliicli 1m Is editor, ihc former vice president, said the battle to "snve the Democratic party" would be fonglit In the South. If "reactionary" Dcmofnils Kail control of Ihe parly by re-insllt tiling the two-thirds rule ut the 1918 convention, the party would be dead, Wallace said. Labor would then form u 'hlrri ;>arty, he said* jhsl as it would iiavo done had not Mr. Triiuinn vetoed the Tuft-Hartley labor law. 'If the Democratic party is to be saved from extinction, as it most certainly can be. the AFU the CIO and the Railroad Brotherhoods must join to or(;anizo, educate and poll tically activate the workers and the small fanners of the South," Wai- luce -,vrole.. He declared that there w.'rr "some great. Democratic liberals i:i the South." and the task is to increase their ranks. Wallace said he dlsnjjrpcrt with the late President Roosevelt's attempt 'pni-BC 1 " of the Democratic pnrty In 1038.' The 1938 attempt wns "debatable." he said, "b'lt there is no question about 1017." "Labor's spokesmen should call on (he president to demonstrate the -sincerity of his veto by taking leadership now to change the reactionary charter nf the Democratic parly in most Southern states .. .posllive polllical ai:tion now — n the South — can ai:nin win tin; workers' support." Wallace wrote. Too Late to OajyiftHfs ?'Forties"-but WORN OUT FROM GETTING UP NIGHTS! • ibntrfblks 40 anti over have to get up &igU&^iuiYe frequent desir^to pas_s water — £av«^,iipiachei, too, because of minor fuwctioo*l,kidney,-tlisuiders. H-tKW'-ts your-trouble, flush out your kidficyii r and bladder with Dr, Kilme SwmjS-Root. It quickly worts lo increase tb« flowTof urine, help relieve excess acidity f and easc.burning semation , . . helps blaodc^ iirita-rion that gets you up nights, Swamp-Sfoorii tToly.natu?*t's own way t»i*Iirf?Millions'hnvc taken tt for three t«aiefa&Dris ^*-V often with wonderful rc- •olts. CauU*n' : TaVo as directed. £or fr«i trial supply, write Dept. A, Kilmer fc'Co., Inc., Box 1155, Stamford, O*in. Or — gel full-sized bottle ol Sw*trip-Root today at your drugstore. For -foot N T orj;o Ek-ctrLc Oootl coiulUlon. Jumr: inlU- car.t of Stcclc, M Crat 5 ioom hou to Hlfib Sclioml, S(c or cnli ^t^^x 2034 or f.02 Ot Arkansas' Outstanding HOUDtY EVENT! RACES Mississippi Go. Fairgrounds July 4, 2:30 p.m. Sponsored by DUD CASON POST 24 "7~ of the American Legion Admission 60c AUTO BULBS FOR ALL CA3S. camoing, picaics or r.or:.-; ' V/ell in sslatcO Casting R od grip, o« sct rooj SC;1 FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES AUTO CUSHIONS A strong durable Fold* t° "I tool < mcriL operate~.- t j f r. MINNOW CAN High quality, lion zlze. handy mlnr no* can..' Features — GR5-10 rubber . . . New )li-l)cnsicy Cord of prc.ltcr tensile strength ami 227f more conh . . . Exira-hcavy ilouMc breaker strip. ...New Hatter, wider tread ... New streamlined sitlcv.-alls. A x i FA u M SAFETY! MORE FOR YOUR MONEY! 600-16—4 Ply $12.95 18 Months Guarantee & Toil ght BULBS Alwayi carry spares. High qualily assortment. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT MUNICIPAL SWIMMING POOL JULY 4- TWO SESSIONS 8:30 a. m. fro 11:30 a. m. 1:30 p. m. fro 10:00 p. m. .Prices-20f&30tf,taxin<:. We are pleased fo announce that Mr. G. I). Hammock has joined our organization. Mr. Hammock will serve in the capacity of Sales Manager. Mr.Hammock cordially invites his friends to drop by for a visit at any time. He will do his best to give the kind of service our customers want. Still & Young Motor Company 112 W. Walnut Phone 3479 Blytheville, Ark. Wanted •Jirro or Fo\:r Hooin FurnLshrd A- IKirttiK'iii. Votcrnu. No Children. CnU Courier Ninvs, " 3-tlli-tf Lost On Mnln street. Rrovii piirsc ront;iln- hiK tnout-y, Rcitirn U> Mrs. K. \V, Sneetl OL Isaac's si ore ly revuvl. 73-i»k-8 T():lrrn homf on M;*ln St. Attli mi to tun tic hot \vatrr hpnt-v place. hnnUvooci f Uwrs r.itinv All rooms Inn;'' ftiwl comfoi rinsUTCil Interior. cotu]>Jcti*l:» snl^trd. Can he flminrcel in* KPC or cftll Max I.O'-!Mi, Ufri •! IV^-m' 203-5 or 5D2. Office In :,yixr,» :>nli:. S-ck-11 COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY • WEDDING PICTURES Capture the rapture o/ your wedding day forever with perfectly wrought pictures. • CHILDREN'S PICTURES Have their pictures made in the iamiliar surroundings of their own home ... by appointment only • BUSINESS BUILDINGS Record your business changes with accurate interior and exterior photographs. \ Livestock Photography PHONE 461 •- ASK FOR MRS. OENNING The Courier News Co.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page