The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1956 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1D68 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREW Hopes for Income Tax Cut in 1956 Growing Slimmer By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Tax cut hopes are dimming after starting the year so bright. Congress this week voted to continue the high excise tax rates and corporate income tax rates for another year. Word from Washington now is that a cut in individual income tax rates—once considered a cinch in an election year—has but a , 50-50 chance. The Tax Foundation, a private research organization, tackles that vague being, "the average man," today and figures he spends l'/ 2 days of his work weekjo pay the cost of government. Big: Savings The proposed cut in excise taxes would have saved American taxpayers more than one billion dollars a. year. The federal_excise, OIL sales, tax is paid on such things as gasoline, cigarettes, liquor, au-| , tomobiles, trucks, buses, trailers j and auto parts. j The proposed cut in corporate! income taxes — which will die I when the President signs the bill, I as he's supposed to this week —! would have saved U.S. corpora- I tions two billion dollars a year. : Consumer Pays ' i You may not be greatly moved personally by this b'it of hard luck Grateful Skunk Spares Rescuer PORT PIERCE, Fla. OK—Wayne Miller, director of the St.. Lucie County insect control program, saved the life of a skunk yesterday —and got away with it. Miller was at the airport getting ready for a day's warfare on insects when he heard a clanking on a nearby runway. It was a skunk with his head stuck in a dog food can. I A nice problem, thought Miller. ' If I try to help him, will he know j it's a friend? Miller put his foot on the can tnd the skunk hacked out, freed. "Then we looked each.other in the eye," Miller said. "The skunk made a threatening gesture. I tipped my hat and slowly walked away —• well, as a matter of fact, I was running.'" for the corporations. But remember that a corporation sets the price of its products or its services high enough to pay its taxes. And in the long run the consumer pays the corporate tax. The reason Congress continued for another year the high tax rates first adopted as a Korean War emergency measure and the reason it may continue the high rate you pay on your individual income — is that the cost of government is turning out to be higher this year than was first counted on, and bids fair to be still higher next year. The U.S. Treasury is going to need that three "billion Name Has Candidate on the Spot LO6 ANGELES (fl — Two weeks ago Roy R. C. .Sanderson petitioned the Superior Court to make hia legal middle name "Democrat." "Everybody calls me that anyway and I've been active in party work for many years," he said. Now his middle name is in a political controversy. He filed Monday as a candidate for county supervisor, a nonpartisan office, and said he wants to toe listed on the ballot as Roy R. C. Democrat San- derson. The registrar of voters submitted the matter to Deputy County Counsel William Lamoreaux, who demurred, saying: "If Sanderson can establish in court that Democrat is his nickname, then it's all right with me." t Trouble is March 30 is the election filing deadline and Sanderson's name—change petition isn't due for court hearing until April 15. dollars. Tumble Didn't Stop the Driver LEWISTON, Idaho dfi — Mrs. Hazle Ricketts says the driver kept right .on going when she tumbled from the suddenly opened door of his car. Not only that, the Peck, Idaho, woman said in a complaint. He halted his car down the road and let her dog out, too. Wilbur Cummings, 35, Lewfston, was jailed on a charge of failure ip_stop after an accident Involving personal injury. Rail Strike Is Postponed WASHINGTON Wl—The National Mediation Service said yesterday the Transport Workers Union has postponed a strike against the Pennsylvania Railroad which had been set to begin at midnight tonight. The walkout was put off indefinitely, the service said, pending mediation talks which will begin tomorrow in Philadelphia. : The union last Thursday called the strike by 25,000 members in a dispute over layoff of maintenance workers. Three Worshippers Injured As Temple Ceiling Collapses NEW YORK OB—The ceiling of a Bronx synagogue collapsed during a Passover service yesterday, injuring three women worshippers. Two were reported in critical condition. All three women were seated in the balcony. Some 30 other persons in the congregation escaped injury despite the rain of plaster and de- TV Bill Proposed WASHINGTON (/Pi— Televising of sessions of the House of Representatives and its committees would be permitted under a bill proposed yesterday by Rep. Martha W. Griffiths (D., Mich.). Read Courier News Classified Ads. brli. Cantor Max Wiesen was leading the congregation in prayer commemorating the exodus of Jews from Egyptian bondage more than 3,000 years ago when a 20 by>30 foot section of the ceiling crashed at 8:55 a.m. The synagogue, Yeshiva and Me- sivta Zichron Moshe, is located at 1358 Morris Ave., between 169th and 170th Streets. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHIOKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTS, ARKANSAS Marie Hollis Null Pltf. by her next of friend John Westley Hollis vs. No. 13,205 Jodie Null,,Dft. The defendant, Jodie Null, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court nam*d In the caption hereof und answer tht complaint of the plaintiff, Marie Hollis Null. Dated this 5th day ot M«ch, 1S5«. SEAL QERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Gene Bradley, Atty. for Pltf. Claude F. Cooper, Atty. ad. Lttem. 3/1-H-ll-M Children's Get mild, good-tasting relief PERCY MEDICINE Read Courier News Classified Ads. $ 5 DELIVERS IT! RAYS FOR IT! BEAUTYREST MATTRESS No Carrying Charges - 3 More Days Only This offer good only through Saturday, March 31 HUBBARD & SON Furniture Wells-2" lo 16" Irrigation - Industrial - Municipal - Domestic WATER is our BUSINESS We Drill For it Pump It Soften It Filter It Cool It Irrigate With It GINNERS-TAKE NOTICE: Let us furnish your water needs for fire fighting power unit cooling, for sUtifiers. HOME WATER SYSTEMS 3 Years to Pay Complete iron remoral, filtering and softening systems built to fit your needs. We hive the answer to yoir needs 'for greater water volume and pressures. McKinnon Irrigation Co. Phone 112 or 190 — Manila, Ark. GRABERS CTJuwrm) a total EXTRA SAVINGS Just in time for ADORABLE STYLES! GIRLS' EASTER Dresses Sizes 3 to6X 7 to 14 8 to 14 (Pre-teen) • Nylons • Cottons • Chrome Spun Plaids Easter fashions on a small seals . . , Smart Spring and Summer dresses for liltlc girls in favorite fabrics styled with pleated skirts, swing skirts or torso styles. Dan River plaids or printed faille tones. Never Before In Our History Have We Offered Such Huge Selections! ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED LADIES NEW SPRING TOPPERS AND DRASTICALLY REDUCED IN TIME FOR YOUR EASTER SHOPPING • Every Suit and Topper in stock regardless of price has been reduced 20% ... the savings are terrific! This is it! This is the Big Pre-Easter News you've been waiting for. Every wanted and new spring style, fabric and color is included. Every lady's suit and topper in every price line has been reduced 20fc! Buy yours now and save plenty! Reg. $10.99 BUY NOW , Save $2.20 79 Men's 69c Value Nylon S-T-R-E-T-C-H ANKLETS <59< Fancy Patterns and Plain Rib Wonderfully comfortable, M»y-to- lannder Mid quick-to-dry nylon itntch MKki for men. All lint quHtjt ClmMe from murt put- term, uUtn rihi, piuM or dark colon. Stretches to fit item t lo 11, 2Pr. $1.00 Reg. $12.99 BUY NOW Save $2.60 Reg. $15.99 BUY NOW Save $3.20 Every price available in Junior—Misses—Women's Sizes Other.Toppers and Suits Priced, Proportionately Low! 39' 79 ALTERATIONS FREE! Let Us Worry About Tour TERMITE TROUBLE Due to the fact that termites are becoming more prevalent in this country each year, all the new homes, as well as the old, should be under termite insurance. We find a lot of practically new homes with major damage caused by termites. Call us and one of our representatives will explain our termite insurance plan to you. Dave Hatatmd now associated with Superior Termite Co. All Work Guaranteed TERMITE CONTROL CO. SUPERIOR 535 N. Gth Slate License Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2-2350 PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET • Fresh Fruit & Produce • Fresh Dressed Poultry I The Finest in Beef, Veal, Lamb & Pork Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In We DeliTer Come In 1044 Chick • $30 to $35 Values! • Tailored by two famous 5th Avenue makers! • 1 or 2 Button — single breasted models "-S j Priced far below manufacturer's cost! Light, medium and dark shades! Some single vent back • Some double vent! You'll recognize the famous makers' names at once Regulars—Longs—Shorts—Stouts! Sizes 34 to 40! None will be sold to dealers!

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