The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1955 · Page 2
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pAOI TWO BLTTH1TILLB (ARKJ COURIKR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1965 Federal Income Tax Cut Seen as Aid to Business By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Hope for a cut in Federal taxes rides high right now. And much business planning for next year is tied to it. Few businessmen expect that the scheduled drop in corporate income tax rates will be allowed to come off next year as promised. But they do expect a cut in individual income tax rates. Since this would be reflected immediately in take home pay of consumers, businessmen look for this added spending: power 10 give the economy B nudge next year—when it may be needing one. So. many corporation managements are setting their long-range plans with this in view. Budget Must Balance The expectation of individual income tax cuts next year isn't based so much, on the off-chanre that the Federal budget can be balanced is it is on the rather the First National City Bank. "It cynical opinion that since 1956 is | is to tackle appropriations with the Ike to Meet With GOP Chiefs DENVER i* — President Eisenhower will confer here Sept. 10 with all 48 Republican slat* chairmen in a move to spur party organizations for the 1956 political wars. Announcing this yesterday, the Summer White House declined to shed any light on whether arrangements for the conference mean that the President may have made up his mind whether to seek a second term. Eisenhower indietaed last month in Washington that he probably would not decide until early next year. an election year both political par- tie.i will be luring the voter with the surest bait: a cut in his taxes. Washington officials now estimate that current prosperity will bring in so much in taxes in coming months that the Federal deficit next June will be the smallest In five years. It's only the golden flow of tax receipts that's bringing the goal of a balanced budget at least within sight. The Guaranty Trust Co. of New York, in its September survey, thinks a sharp partisan dispute over tax policy will break ota again as soon as Congress meets. The dispute will be over which class ol taxpayers is most deserving of tax Small Hopes corporations don't Since businessmen have vote. small hopes of any ta xrelief for business. "The right formula lor getting taxes down is plain enough," say zeal which the present administration applied when it first went into office and in two years knocked annual outlays down by 10 billion dollars." It deplores "the threatened reversal of the tide" as shown by the increase in government spending this year on programs unconnected with national security. Dog 'Adopts 7 Young Lion MILAN, Italy tf) — It's a dog's life for Leo, a month-old lion cub at the Milan Zoo. Leo's mother has no milk, so Mrs. Maria Moliuar. the zoo director, appealed for help. She was offered a mother German shepherd dog that is suckling a litter of pups. Leo moved in just like one of the family. Don't Walk on Gross BOISE, Idaho </P) — The State Land Department placed signs Wednesday around the new asphalt surface of the government parking lot near the statehouse in downtown Boise. They read: "State lanH keep off. Remove no limber. Graze no Mock without permit. No mining." 6UAKANT6ED T 3 generations choose Maytag AH OTST America. S generations in the same families have chosen May tags. You un own t Maytag /or * 1 9 Q Q g HALSELL&WHITE Main at Division Ph. 3-6096 FREE! Shet'artd Pony Complete with Bridle and Saddle, lo he Given Away in Front of our Store. Fri.-Sept. 30th Register Now . . . Any Boy Between Ages of .| and M. Accompanied by Parents. Nothing to Buy! Just Come In & Register! R.D. HUGHES Company Sunday Is Children's Day From 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. MUSIC and CLOWNS For 2 Hours Entertainment! FREE PRIZES For Each and Every Child Present! GROUP SNAPSHOTS Taken With Flash Camera! WE WILL SERVE Barbecue Sandwich - - - - 30c Ribs - - - - Ib. 1.40 Tenderloin - Ib. 1.65 If you don't believe Drummond's has whacked prices, stop by Saturday and see for yourself! • Carnation ^Cant While it lasts — with ofher purchases! Phillips 66 Gas & Prompt Service With A try the Friendly Service at DRUMMOND'S GROCERY 980 E. Main Phone 3-8872 SeMo Schools To Meet On Consolidation By H. L. YKAOEB WARDELL—Board members of Wardell School District R-6 ana Peach Orchard Consolidated District No. 50 will, meet at Wardell Saturday to complete plans for consolidating the two districts under Missouri school reorganization laws. Consolidation has been planned for several months, and waiting until Wardell was eligible for more state aid in a building program. Pascola District consolidated with Wardell last year and one year had elapse before Wardell and R-6 were again eligible lor building aid. On September 5 or 6, the County Board of Education will issue notice of an eletcion to be held in Wardell and Peach Orchard District on September 29. The proposals will be for consol- idating and iscuing bond< to build a tico.OOO Junior high school building »t Wardell. Elementary grades will go to Peach Orchard, and buuei will bring the high school and junior high school students to the Wardell R-6 school. Wardell, a town of 500 population, now the largest high school in Pemiscot County, has within a few years stepped up its school program to this rating. It lost some high school students from the Haywortn district to the new Charles G. Ross School this year. However, it* rating will be changed little because of the gain from the Peach Orchard annexation. Can't Stop It LAKELAND, Fla. V?)— Woodpeckers are eating away at. a church steeple here, but police say they can't stop it. An official of the Baptist Bible Institute requested police help. The case was referred to the State Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. Executed Man Delivers Own Funeral Talk MESA. Ariz. Ml — An executed murdered delivered hl« own funeral message yesterdiy — by tape recording. About 450 persons «t the First Baptist Church heard Lester Bartholomew's voice ask "all of you who are my friends, and those near to me" to "get right with God." In the message recorded in death row. he said: "Having faith will get you right with God. "Adopt him at your Savior now. Don't wait. "I hope to see all of you In Heaven. "Bye-bye, now. Bye-bye." Bartholomew died in the gas chamber Wednesday for. shooting his wife and two children at-their Phoenix home May 28. WARNING ORDE* IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Coley P. Bradley, Pltf. vs. No. 13,073 Maggie M. C. Bradley, Dft. The defendant, Maggie M. C. Bradley, is hereby warned to appear within. thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Coley P. Bradley. Dated this 18th day of August, 1955. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Wm. S. Rader, Atty. for Pltf. Jnmes M. Gardner, Atty. Ad. Litem. 8/19-26-9/2-» • The Blanquita theater, in Havana. Cuba, with 6500 seati, hu Ihe largest seating capacity at any theater in the world. Read Courier News Classified Ads. A NEW TEACHER OF PIANO Miss Olive Emerson Who h»i studied at Lamont School of Music In Denver, Louisiana. St»t« University, and Philadelphia Conservatory, Is now wady to fceiin teachini private lessons in Blythtvllle. Studio at 628 W. Main Phone 3-8S90 fT"V*JW "rf* The 1 aste and if you're Counting Calories here are the real facts... from an independent source... TEA MARKETING FACTS Bulletin No. 21 JUNE 1954 TEA'S CALORIE STORY At the request of the Tea Council, the Miner Laboratories, Chicago, Illinoit, tcienui' ically examined 31 different varieties of hot and cold beverages and computed ihe calorie content 'of each. As the following table shows, te« without additives haa significantly less caiories than any of the other popular, dfinki, Approximot* Coloriti Pit Bevirog* t Fluid Ounct Strving Grape Juice - Canned k Bottled Milk Grape Juice - Frozen ' Orange Flavor Drink Orange Juice - Fresh Berry Flavor Drink"""' ,0r«nfe Juic«••.«• -f,ivj Super Cool a Root Beer Lemonade - Frozen Pepsi-Cola Royal Crown Cola '""•-...Coca-Cola ;". Sugar Free Root Beer Sugar Free Orange Drink Coffee Tea Coffee and Tea served with the following flavoring*? 6 ounces Hot or Ictd Coffee 11 calorics 4 16 calories for each teaspoon of sugar » 30 calories for each 1/2 ounce of cream 6 ounces HOT COFFEE, 1 leaspoon of sugar *nd 1/2 ounce ttf cream 6 ounces ICED COFFEE, 1 1/2 teaspoons of sugar and 1 ounce of cream 6 ounces Hot or Iced Tto 4 calories + 16 calories for each teaspoon of sujar * 9 calories for each i/2. ounce of milk * 2 calories for each 1/8 segment of lemon ... it's the taste that makes Coca-Cola outsell all other national brands of soft drinks ... combined! Take Home a Carton Today—Serve Your Family and Friends the Best 57 calorie* 4 calories 6 ounces HOT TEA, 6 ounces ICED TEA, I teaspoon of sugar and ,1/2 ounce of milk I 1/2 teaspoons of sugar 1/8 segment of lemon 29 calorie* 30 calories tea cow nc i I OF THE U.S. A INC NEW TOP" Ol» J6 IO IOTTLED UNDtl AUTHORITY OF THI COCA-COLA C tl M f A H 1 »Y COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE * 1WJ, tMf COCA.COIA COMFAN* WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF COLEMAN APPLIANCES Wall Furnaces — Floor Furnaces — Central Heating Systems FREE ESTIMATES ON COMPLETE GAS INSTALLATION-NO MONEY DOWN, 36 MONTHS TO PAY HALSELlANoWHITE MAIN AT DIVISION PHONE 3 6096

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