The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1947 BIA'THRVILLB (AHK.)' COURIER NEWS Argentine Meat Causes Dispute Government Officials Refuse to Sanction Sale in United States MOBILE. Ala.. Bcc. 22 (UP) — The U. S. Maritime Commission and Alabama Docks Director Henry Sweet differed .sharply today over what to do with some 1,515 pounds of Argentine beef, kept in froz.en storage here for over a year. The Maritime Commission has pronounced the meat unfit for human consumption and was reported dickering with fat-rendering plants to dispose of it. nut Sweet objected, sayins; the meat is good enough to eat and adding (lint "I'll be Rlad to c.U any or all of it." Some of the meat wa.s sold as food during the past year when it was unloaded, lie said, and the rest lias been In freezers for a yc.it, never having been lhawed. The Maritime Commission lias refused lo allow sale of the meat under laws banning Importation of fresh Argentine beef. It was unloaded here a year ago from ships which were later decommissioned. The controversy arose when Sweet asked the commission to arrange for stile of the beef because he needed the storage space at the state docks. One official said a Department of Agriculture inspector from New Orleans had pronounced the beef goort. The federal penitentiary Atlanta was reported interested lit buying some of the meat if import laws do not stand in the way. Skiing Newspaper's Helicopter Crashes, Burns Killed Two Oregon Businessmen PORTLAND, Ore.. DM. 22 fUPI — The Oregon Journal's helicopter, pioneer of a new style oT aerial Journalism, crashed flames last night, killi Jackson II, 34, Jo publisher and Ambrose M. Croilin, Jr., Portland businessman. Jackson's grandfather, C. S. Jackson, established the afternoon Journ- Rulh MHIrlt New ski elolhes .ire w:um hut liKhUvcifJU. White coltuii poplin, /.el:in-trc:Ucil to shell siiuvv. makes UK jacket, .ttiove. KeO braid accents [he lung .slim lints, Deep armholes. i'l.islici/vil wabtliand mid i\v- pt'r closing insure freedom of action, llluc ciitlon poplin jacket, li'lt, li.is iloliulc yukc in cuiitrasliuj; eulur to &ive slumlilcis extra protection as^insl icy winds ami snow 5HsS! Democro * s Few Republicans Jeopardizing Tax Revisions WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP) _ al in 1902. and was an early day j Democrats on the House Ways nnd vice president of United Press. At j Means Committee accused the Rethe time of his death, young Jack-| publicans today of "jeopardizing" son was associate publisher treasurer of the Journal and manager of Kale, outlet. the Journal's radio ' chances for congressional approval of a long-range tax revision measure next year. ! Tiie Democrats contended Rep. John D. Dingcll, n.. Mich., said the Knulson bill, which has , the none-too-cnthustasti: support of the Ways and Means Committee Republicans, will "leave no room for the correction of long-standing tnx Jackson, Stanford University gra- it Congress approves the $5,000.000 duate and a Navy pilot in World War ! 000 personal income tax reduction' II. was at the control:; when the i plan proposed Committee Chair- helicopter crashed. j man Harold Knulson, R., Minn Since last April, the 150-horse- j then there will be no money left for power Bell helicopter Dad been further tax revisions, roaming the Northwest on new£,| The Ways and Means Committee picture-taking and promotion as-: last Spring began a study of revis- signments for the Journal. Pilot- j ion of the entire federal tax struct- Reporter Joe Stein, a former Navy . lire. Some three months of hearings Inequities." that I "This bill makes no provision for relief from the obnoxious wartime flight instructor, and young Jackson alternated at. the controls. Th» Journal recently published an illustrated book recounting exploits of i BO for naught if Knutson's bill were I in the lower income brackets to 11s "Newsroom Dragonfly." approved. 110 per cent in the upper brackets. | have been held and hundreds of wit| nesses heard. The Democrats said all this would It would remove some $7,40(1,000 persons from the lax rolls. Rep. Herman P. Eberhai tcr, D., Pa., another member of the Ways and Means Committee, agreed wiih ".. Hut he said (he new Knutson bill was an improvement over two earlier proposals vetoed By President Truman. "I hope that as time goes on Mr. We the Women NOW thai "New Look" clothes lire lit pretty (ulr circulation, it h amusing—nnd i\ little disheartening—to note how awkwardly they're worn. The an- klo-leiiKth .suits mid dres-ies me inherently "dress- ler" uiul nuni formal - looking Ihnn the olil.short. .skirt models. They were supposed lo bring . back tile 1 dignified "huiy" look or Kiandiiiu'.s Any. And proli- nhly they would if (he women wearing tlieni today hiul any Idea of how to wear them Hut you -see sit many women wear- Inn the new clothes, with Ihelr formal "dressy" line.s, svtth accessories that belong with casual sports clolhcs or an outfit suitable for u picnic In the woods that you wonder whether Inlay's young women havr any sense of (he fitness of things. Keep your eyes open anil you'll see plenty of girls parading In formal-looking long skirls—nud bobby sox. "New Funny Look" ALONG with iRiicirance of what lo wear with the new sklrt.s and dresses B"es a snd luck of HOW lo wear (hem. .So. girls, if you want tt> wear "Clay Nineties" toys, you'd heller net out of Ihe "righloniiiK orlles"| habits of long strliles. chair-sprasv]- InK. and liie oilier features of (he swcaler-.shorl -.skirl -bobby-sox clays. I'hosc things pus! make the menloii: .hlnk of It as (he "New l''nnny Look.' Jeopardizes the slreamUnins of our anllriualcd lax .structure." Meanwhile. Ihe treasury'.s lax research division innde public u study showing the effects of (axes on low-lneome groups. The treasury pointed out lhal in 1930 n single taxpayer got n {1.000 exemption, n lutvrrled couple S?.500 niul each dependent $-100. ^exemptions ninv are J500 for a single person, $1.0(1(1 for a married couple and $500 for each dependent. In addition to the decreases In exemptions since 10:19. the treasury said, prices have Rone up. "The value of the exemptions when expressed In terms ot ynircliaslng power has suffered n decrease even greater than Ihe decrease in dollar amount." the treasury report snlil. 'H added IhAt lo match 1I):IO, single person now would require ICnulson will see fit to rto equity an exemption of 51,048 !o all taxpayers," Bhcrlmrler said.'couple $4,120 and each "Bnt v n.s it stands now, this blll'SGSO. married dependent Announcement 1 luive ii'i'i-nlly pwclwsed the TOT SHOP from JMnr.v Jo Hall. | plan to offer you the best in in- fiinls nnd children* we» r at reasonable prices. I siiu't'rcl.v invite you to visit The Tot Shop at any time— MRS. MAURICE (Shirley) SANDERS FOR XMAS SHOPPERS: OPEN NIGHTS 'TIL 9.00 Mon., Ttics. and Wednesday Moms: !) n. in. til . r )::i(l p. Saturdays II a. in. fil i) p. Batiste Dresses Coats and Suits Play Toys Gift Items SEE US FOR COMPLETE LAYETTES Christmas for Babies? Sure—The Tot Shop Has Just the Thing The Tot Shop 110 South Second Phono 2308 excise taxes." Dingell said, "ft docsi'ijrj not eliminate the double taxation ' Kl on corporate dividends. i >Js "Yd these things will go iiiicor-' |ift reeled if we pass a bill on this order »t nnd of this magnitude." , Jfii Knutson's proposal would increase i (ft personal income tax exemptions • •»:• from $500 to S600, extend commtln- - ity property tax benefits to tax- I (ti payers ol_ all states, and, provide a'*:! graduated tax cut from 30 per cent | £ Will Be Forever Remembered I JEWELRY GIFTS EVERYBODY Looking for something simple, or a luxurious, glamorous gift? You're sure to find jusf the gift you want to give at just the price you want to spend. Our selection of Christmas gifts has never been larger . . . and our service is just as prompt and courteous whether you're buying or "just looking." 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