The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1949 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 10, 1949
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1949 BLYTHEVIL'LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Arkansas 1 Share of Big Deficit, Which Looms in U.S. Treasury ForFiscal Year to Be 39 Millions Arkansas taxpayers, who currently bear .12 per cent of the total federal tax burden, will owe an additional $39,600,000 In federal debt as ihclr share of the impending $5,5 billion deficit at the end of this fiscal year, June 30, 1350, the Arkansas Economic Council-state Chamber of Commerce disclosed yesterday. * Blind Woman is Winner federal government's "record-break- |Of Police Safety Award for Careful Pedestrians ing, peacetime spending budget" of $43.5 billion for the fiscal year would ultimately exact from Arkansas MONTGOMERY, Ala., Nov. 10 federal tax bill is de lei mined by the amount of federal expenditures, Managing Director Frank Canfrell ot the Economic council-State Amber pointed out that Arkan- g&s share in the total lax-take Is more than twice the total amount of state and local taxes levied and collected In Arkansas this year for the support of all Its local and county governments, school systems and state government combined. liudgel Estimates Cited He cited Bureau of the. Budget estimates lhat 1950 receipts will amount to S38 billion and declaied that this impending $5.5 billion de- dozen roses from the police dcparl ment for being one of Montgomery most careful pedestrians, It was part of a traffic safet campaign during which flowers ar awarded dally to pedestrians wh obey traffic regulations. The blind candy shop opcrat modestly gave her seeing-eye dog, "Lady," credit for the citation. Assembly : or Kaiser-Frorer n State is Urged NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Ark., Nov. W. W» — The Kals "- azer Corp. has been asked to lo- ate a small sub-assembly plant In nis area. v . Robert P. Hall, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, said his ngency and municipal officials of North Little Rock have been In contract with the corporation for several weeks. They are asking that the North Little Rock area be considered as possible site for the plant. Edgar P. Kaiser, president of the auto firm, announced here yesterday that the corporation was scouting Arkansas for possible location of such ail Industry. He left yesterday but made no definite commitment on Construction of the project in Arkansas. Kaiser said the sub-assembly plant would turn out about 20 cars each shift; such plants In other sections of the nation produce about from 200'to 100 cars'daily. Lehman is first Jew To Be Elected to Seat In United States Senate NEW YOIiK, Nov. 10. (AP)—Herbert H. Lehman Is the first Jew ever elected to the VS. Senate by popular vole. Several men of the Jewish faith have been appointed to the'Senate since 19M, when direct election of senators began under the nth amendment. Prior, to that, senators were chosen by state legislatures. "Blue Baby" Dies ST. LOUIS, Nov. 10. (AP)—Burgeons failed yesterday In » despcr- ato attempt, to save the life of Jimmy Ixe Yohn, a "blue baby" from Ilannlbiil. Mo. The tot, who would have been three year* next January, died In the operating room at St, Mary* nospllal h«re yesterday. Doctors had gambled on »ur- gery as th» only remaining means of corecllng the baby's condition. The child was the sou of James T. Yohn ,a veteran of World War II. Almost three-fourths of p«de»- Irlans killed in traffic accidents lire struck down between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. during the'seasons wlwn then hours are dark. The American Indians used petroleum u * medicine. Rogers Woman's Death Due to Natural Causes ROGERS, Ark., Nov. 10. (AP)—A ficit is larger than the total taxes brain hemorhage caused the death collected by the federal government o r Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Henry, 59- tn any peacetime year prior to year-old widow. This Is the finding 1938. The return to peacetime deficit O f a coroner's Jury. spending, Mr. Cantrell said, would Mrs Henry was j olmd dca(i | n i ler "depreciate the value o! every 1101- lwo . room homc hcre Moll[ ) a y night. lar in the hands of American wage Her be | ongings were , sca tte rei i about earners, housewives, pensioners a"" and thlj led ^ R Susp | c i 0 n of foul local governing bodies." play. The Economic council-State After investigation, it was decided Chamber challenged what it term- Mrs . Henry m[ly have sca tteved her 1 belongings while in pain caused by Fire Destroys Mi/I DEQOEEN, Ark., Nov. 10—(/Pi- Fire yesterday destroyed a large planer mill. Its entire stock of lumber, and two trucks of the Robinson Lumber Compay. The mill is located two miles north of DeQueen. . . ~* hemorrhage. She lived alone. How To Relieve Bronchitis CrconlulsionrclicvesproirrpilylKCaviie ii goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen ami expel germ laden , , mnrnus membranes.Tell yourdruggist to sell you a bollle of Creomulsion with the must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are lo have your money back. CREOMULSION f or Cou-hs.ChesrColds, Bronchitis I1UCI oin""..-e>-- - . ed a widely-held notion that Arkansas got back from the federal] government in aids and grants more than It paid In taxes. Citing a table inserted in the Congressional Kec- orcl on October 19 by I«prese,rta- tive Joseph W. Martin Jr.. or Massachusetts, the Council-State Chamber said that ill the fiscal year 1948, not one state in the Union received a lull dollar baclc out of the mone.y sent to Washignlon. For mat, vp^r Avkausaiis paid to tne lecier.i lu lltlj , ,,, UJt .. „,.—-.,— D — ra^^s^r.^s: 1 K™^^^ ^-al aids and grants S96.® 8 . 563 ~ Urges Curb on Demands Urging every Arkansas taxpayer , to do his part toward Improving trie Nation's financial situation by refraining from Joining in new spend- in" demands upon the federal government, the Economic Council• State Chamber quoted Dr. tdwin 0 Nourse, recently resigned chairman, of the President's Council of Economic Advisers, as declaring to the Ohio Chamber of Commerce that any assertion Mr. Truman or a "Handful of men in Washington" could easily balance our national budget by acting sensibly is a grass oversimplification," for the. budget situation is'"deep and intricate." Dr. Nourse said the-President and his aides were making "sincere efforts to hold down expenditures" which were demanded "not alone by bureaucrats, but by well-intentioned citizens, strongly organized Interest groups and their hard- fighting representatives in Congress. Bulldogs are not good plane trav- ellers. They have difficulty breath- Ing at high altitudes. Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights \Vfeen disorder of tMney function"permit* poisonous matter to remain in your blood. It mny cause nagging backache, rhcumntlc pains, leg pains, loss of uep and energy, getting up nights, swelling, puffincss under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes shows there is sumellnns -w with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait 1 Ask your drugKist f nr Doan** Pills, a stimulant diuretic, Used successfully by millions (or over BO years. Poan'a give hnpuy relief anil Vi-jll help the 15 miles of kidney lubea flush out poisonous Wflite your blood. Get Doaa'a PUJj, RENT A CAR . Drive Anywhert Yon Picas* Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 YOUR WIFE WILL LOVE THIS GIFT THAT LASTS OIL V RANGES •I DON'T TRUST NO BANKS'— Miss Louisa Schmidt, 80, holds up some of the bills found pinned to her under-garments when she was arrested at Los Angeles, Calif., on a charge of begging. A policewoman fountl $2,122.00 in currency on the elderly woman who explained, "! don't trust no banks." (AP Wire- photo). Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or irritating? Don't be embarrassed by loose TEiSTH on your plates. This pleas- false teeth Clipping, dropping or wabbling when you eat, talk ot laugh. Jusi sprinkle a little FA3- J^nt powder gives a remarkable lense of added comfort and security By holding plates more firmly No gummy, gooey, pasty tflste or feeling. It's alkaline (non-acid). Get FASTEETB at any drug store. 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