The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 25, 1947
Page 5
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1947 BLYTIIEVFLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'Reds' Endanger Welfare of U.S. Arkansas Senator Tells Memphians Of Predicaments MEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept. 25. (UP) —Sen. J. William Fulbriiiht. D., Ark., warned .vestcrriny that Americans must "seriously consider our predicament" in the international wrangle mid "come to delUiitc conclusions as lo what we should do." In a Rotary sjxicch Pulbright said: "In all our history we have never been faced with a decision the consequences of which are more serious to our future welfare. Whatever decision we reach, it must lie with the greatest possible unity and with a determination to sec it through. We must not equivocate, hesitate or bungle the jab." Fulbrifjht said that the nation must "make up its mind" about certain bisic questions. "We must decide," lie said, "whether or not Communistic Iliis- sia is a threat to the survival of 8 Hurt in TroHey Crash , Time—and Triplets—March On A TT A KPf &On*..lnif*Tn\ A • ' ^^ ATLANTA, Sept. 24. (UP) — A Georgia power company trackless trolley plunged across Ihe side of an underpass ramp on Ihe East Point route yesterday ami crashed onto a. railroad Irack. Eight passjnjjcrs were Injured. Ambulances walled out to the scone on Peters Street. The Injured were pulled through windows and rushed to hospitals.<Al least one woman suffered serious cuts. free institutions among :rce men.' 1 "Diirlnjf the last two years the Russian government has expanded Its power by force and Infiltration to the point where she threatens now to overcome* all of Euroi>e, Africa and Asia. II this should come about I believe she could not resist, at some opportune time in the future, making the effort to! eliminate Ihe one great obstacle to her predominance, and the one last example of freedom in a world of slavery, the democratic government of, the United Stales." The Aikansas senator said that if the ''American people conclude, as I have concluded, that our ultimate security as a free people would be endangered by the spread, of Communism over Europe, then we must decide what we should do about it." i Announcing — ANOTHER CAKE HIT OF THE MONTH! 'SENORITA' with mountains of FLUFFY RUM ICING On Sale Saturday Only HART'S BAKERY - * - jiy These piclurcisji^Men 60 years apart, show Ihe same people in the same pose. Top photo shows the Pound triplets of Carrolton Mo as they celebrated their sixth birthday in 1887. Below in 1W7 Lulu Luther and I.ura, left to right, pose again. Lulu is now Mrs ' H D' Collier of Carrolton, Luther is a Welscr, Ida., rancher, and Lura Is Mrs. W. A. McDanicl, of Boise City, Okla. Nebraska Sets Up Industrial Court LINCOLN. Neb. lUP)— Nebraska's conrt nl industrial relations is open and ready for business. , Tne,cgurt--\vas..:created by tiic 1347 legislature, in an act forbidding strikes within the fields of Bovcrn- ,ment .sej-vjce,.,and public utilities. The lawmakers.directed the gover- nor to appoint as judges three mm experienced in "legal financial, labor, and industrial matters, and not because they arc representatives of capital or labor.". ,'Ciov. Peterson named three | small-town lawyers to serve—Varrip i E. Tyler. Nebraska City; Arthur Ji I Denny. Fail-bury, and Earl J. Moyerj Madison. ' " Tho-judges will draw no salary,^ I but will be paid SaO a day for each GOP Plans New Income Tax Bill Leaden to Try Again For Reductions Twice Killed by President Bv DAYTON MOOKK United Frws staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Sept. 25. (UP)-- RsimbllcBiis stood pat today on plans to renew their clTorts for an Income tux reduction next your de- suite the prospects of huge KOVCMI- ment expenditures under the Marshall plan. Chairman Eugene D. Mllllkln. R.. Colo., of the Senate Fimincc Committee said he believed n OOP (ax bill would be offered soon after Congress convenes—whether In .special session Ihls year or for the rCRiilnr session next January. The bill, accordiiiB to one Informed source, probably will be •Itqllnr to the Irglslnticm which President Truman Iwlce. killed with vetoes lust session. Tho vetoed hills would havo cut personal income taxes by iibou! $4,000.000.000 a year. The tax reductions would havo ranged from 30,per cunt on small Incomes to 10 per cent on top Income brackets. Ill hopes of wliuiliiK over rimugh Democratic voles to Kuunmlce over- riqlns another veto. Hepublicans arc toy.lnii with the Idea of adding; a community proiwrty provision Ic the bill. Tills provision would allow mar rled couples In the 35 non-com munlty property state* to save ot. their federal Inxcs by splluina: Ihcli Incomes and thus pnylng nl a low er tax nits. However. Sen. John I,. Mc- CMIan, I), Ark., leader »f Ihc bloo working for the community P»P«rly benefit, last wsitloil, would not rommll himself now fnr the OOP tax bill even with ihe provision. He suid he would continue hi;; i cfforU for the comimmil.y property plan. But he said he thought any tax reduction should watt until Ihe cost of the Marshall plan was determined. Kdpubllcans were proceeding mi tilt; basis that there still would be a surplus after adopting n Marshall plan. They figured on paring down administration requests for both tho Marshal) plan mid icKUlar govcru- day's service. Their decisions have the effect of law, and may be appealed only'to the state supreme court. Peterson, who requested the leuis- 'ation, expects the court to .serve labor while nt.Uic same time protecting the. public from a halt In essential services. I mentnl expenditures. Tliey also counted on government Income staying near the prese'ilt hlijli level. Under Hie present GOP tax pib- lirniu—which b tentative and tub- k'ct lo change—n senerul tax revl- slon Wll dcallr* with oth«r than I>ersonul tuxei would bt offered Inter. x The iiemonnl Wx reduction Ml! Numerous wild found In Iceland merly were shipped to tue In the mlnei, but now U te tor- ?<* mom likely would ca>l for the tax milled to run wild »nd conUna. 40 cuts to become effective Jan. 1, IMS. multiply. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS ' - .•„-..-.*.,., Last day for payment of state & county tax without penalty Drainage Taxes are also due now October 1 st is deadline for payment ofPoHTax WILLIAM BERRYMAN Sheriff and Collector Mississippi County, Arkansas Business men demand the HUDSON FINISH v Better cleaning that is yours in just 8 hours! We also give you: Better Hat Cleaning Better Alterations Better Tailoring Better Dye Work HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER . . TAILOR Stcelc, Mo Blythevillc, Ark. It's great to ride in BIG-CAR QUALITY . particularly when you ride at LOWiST COS!.' Even the spacious trunk comportment tells yoj thai you can't get a body like this on/where except on Chevrolet and higher- prked cars. It's n Unislecl Body by Fishor, v/ith Ihe most modern styling, genuine No Draft Ventilation, end other ComfofHoaturej. Leveling a hill—Ihrcading through traffic —streaming along the straightaway . . . you'll got pfcnfy of action. 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During September and October Chevrotel dealers are making a special point of fall service to demonstrate Ihe excellence of our service facilities and qualify workmanship. So bring your car in soon and let us get it ready for the bad weather days ahead. CHEVROLET LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. 301 W. Walnut 57|

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