The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1946 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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AGE TWELVE BLYT1IKV1I<LE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, DKCKMHKH 10, 1!MC> 60P Considers Income Tax Cuts I Uoders Hold Fast ! To Goal of Slash : Of'Twenty. Per Cent •'.WASHINGTON.. Dee. H (Up)— 'Republicans today were slill com- ;mltted to the 20 "per cent personal Income tax reduction b\il GOP lead- •e'rs were willing to modify t);cir ;«rlier plans for making' an equal slash til all brackets. -• The original idea was to cut •taxes "straight across the board," that is, to allow a 20 per cent re- .'duction whether a taxpayer's Mat) jlity was'» hiilltoil dollars or $21). ', .Now.' however, the Republicans b*Ueye the important thing is to re- •<WoeSll\e overall dollar total of •personal income taxes Ly M) pe> "cent. Therefore, a OOP fiscal authority said, "the door is being left open" to alternative methods of accomplishing the promised cut : Possible alternatives might be allowance of higher exemptions and ^reduction' of surtax rates. These "might mean cut of more than J8) per cent for some taxpayers and less for. others, But the overall effect would be a 2o per cent reduction in the total. : : The Job of drafting the income "tax bill will be started within the next few weeks and It is expected to be ready soon after. the new congress Is organized. ; Tax experts believe It would be easier to accomplish and to administer the proposed lax reduction W making it apply across the board. However, some feel that this method ; is not the most equitable is not based on ability to pay. Although the Republicans are determined to reduce personal in- come'taxes they have not ruled out a. search for other sources of tax revenue. They are awaiting tx report from the Joint congressional committee on internal revenue concerning tax-exempt organizations and institutions. • The joint committee expects to have its- report completed in time log consideration by the tax-legislating House Ways and Means Committee after it disposes of the personal income tax measure. . .While Congress has not been disposed to tamper with tax-exempt institutions aim organizations ii the past, many members of the House Ways and Means Conuiut- Fog Dispeller Presents 'Donee of Flames' Lnxora \ Like weird dancing figures engulfed in flame ' being tried out on runways of Landing Aids ncs, o war-born iiirport fojj dispersal device is pictured Kxpcrhncntjil Station, ArcaUi, Calif. The system, called , "FIDO," was developed at British airfields during the war and may be an answer to commercial/ - . aviation's pressing weather problem. tec have become Increasingly dis-' turbccl over the growing practice of some companies using these tax- free set-ups to reduce their tax liabilities. There have been numerous cases where a company, after taking all the allowable tax deductions for plant amortization, has donated the plant to a tax-free Institution, such i\s a church or university. Usually the company remains in the plant under lense and not only is it relieved 'of tax liability for the plant but can charge off Its rent as a business expense. Finds Money Causes Most Marital Rows NEW YORK (UP)—Money may not be the root of all evil but it is at tlie root of the largest part of all family bickering, according to Dr. Clifford n. Adams, director of the mirriiige counseling service at Pcnn State College. In telling "What Makes Married Polks Fight" hi the January American Magazine, out today, Dr. Adams .says that along with money the greatest potential Uoub!c-mak- er Is Hie husband's inothrr. "A wife can usually net cm with her own mother." he explains, but swell !s not the case 'willi the husband's mother, specially when "the Iwu women arc cooped up all day together in the house." The basic clement usually fnuntl behind all serious feuding Is a fcchnf! of frustration, according to Dr. Adams who writes: "Shell frustration arises, for example, when either mate feel''* lie or she does not have enouijh money to do ail the things desired". Quarreling, a senseless procedure, is simply one \va yof ileallm; with a frustrating situation. The yelling •rhe Rev. and Mrs. Robert E. jilackwood, of Urbana, III,, announce: the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Elsie Black- tt-orul, to Lacy DeWitt Powell, son oi Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Powell ol The bride-elect is a graduate ot Kas>l Nashville. Tcnn., Hlljh School, ,md has attended Northwestern University and University of Illinois. She is at present a member of lliii music faculty of Bible TriiiniW! School and College, Se- viciviHe, TC'hn. ( Mr. Powell served three years In llic Army, was a German prisoner 1 of war for ten months. Since re- . turning from service lie continued his studies in the Junior Collect.' division of Bible Training School and College. He is now a student at Maryvillc College, Maryvillc, Term. • CALL "5JO" FOR everything in "INSURANCE" UNITED INSURANCE FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION AGENCY Over Guard Jew«lry Store A. F. DIETRICH, Mgr. and ntause rto not solve ^nylhi The sensible approach is to fact the problem frankly and talk it out." Furniture is the Ideal Gift! i Floor Lamps — Table Lamps Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Harily Furniture Co: 113 East Main AU Qor Employed an War Velcnuu. Phone 2302 Pamper Your Winter Coat You pick out your winter cunt ciucfully , . . mnku suvc it slnys in thu snmc good cuncU- llon by lotting us clciui itl PHONE 3738 BOONE CLEANERS When you golta blow you GOTTA BLOW R. H. N. Ilifilnvuy Cl GOOSEY Across fruin Place Your Orders NOW For Christmas Ducks, Geese TURKEYS American Lady Foods PICKARD'S Phone 20-13 10-M Chicknsawba CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service GIFT GOODS-TOYS We have the largfsl selection of gift (,'<K>ds and toys displayed. You will have (o sec our display before you can realize just, how large our stock really is. We in- vile you to visit our store—new goods arriving daily, It will pay you to buy early. Budget sales can be had— i Elan Heath Auto & Home Supply j I'hone 828 419 West Main St. ', S. J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. Where Your Flowers Are- — You Aiw! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. SHOP ».TJ>. ferrtM w. A- «M KIK J. U. (MM) WUHuM, • QkMM BM*. '£'^ BUY HIM A TIRE FOR XMAS We Buy and Sell fiOOD USED CARS BUI ChutbUn — Vn ChaakllB Railroad & Ash St». Phone ?1M We have just received a large ssDiiKcr Car Titcs 475-19 550-18 550-17 550-16 600-16 650-16 700-15 shipment of ih'cs Truck Tires 600-16 6 ply 700-15 750-16 650-20 700-20 700-20 750-20 900-20 Chiropractic for Health • . Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 DR. TORSTEN L1NDQUIST Neurocalomcter Service Guard Bldg.,209'/2W. Main Phone 3170, Blytheville, Ark. ;:*::<<*::*::o^ MUD CHAINS 6 ply 8 ply 8 ply 8 ply 10 ply 10 ply 10 ply REBUILT BATTERIES CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS We are Dealers for 12 Inches Up ta U Inchw THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. We suggest a Complete Brake inspection — RIGHT NOW! Forma 1.1 Tractors Get Better Care at Your McCormick Deering Dealers. Bring it to — • y Delta Implements,- Inc. S12 So, 2nd St. »B'»m t i*KltfMt Phone 863 EICH Chevrolet Co. Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. UITTNER Your One Stop Station MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sts. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radio* and Appliances 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407 WANTED Used Cars and Trucks WE BUY—SELL—OR TRADE The Top Dollar Paid in C-A-S-H NO DELAY — NO RED TAPE We Now Have A Few Nice Ones For Sale or Trade BUD WILSON AUTO SALES Phone 2037 Cor. Franklin and Main St. WASH TUBBS The Seed Takes BY LESLIE TURNE8 No Waiting! No Delay/ In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property In Towns of Over 2500 MONfr PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Writ* FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY | ANDREW J. FLORIDX, Klcfr-Presldent RHONR *1§ Mississippi County Bank Building 'f^gg i Osceola, Arkansas H 1 CONDUCTING SURVEV A.MON& HOUSEWIVES ON THESUB3OZTOF «(SN'S PlftCE IN THE KITCHEN. HWM 1 . SO SHE. 15 IN TOWN! WELlt VJELLl TW DWdHTER. . FUNNY THING... HE^RD fi GUEST W THE HOTEL WfiNW,\ON-ER-OISC(iSS- IN& HW THIS MCRN:NG IVCOUOTESS 01 GANZINI VOUR NW*E PtE.^SE*. TUB 'HWURE OF TOUR HUSBWtD'S BUSINESS INDUSTRIES, IK THE OFFICE OF WV FftTHERi 3.P. NWSWLL VUPsNTS HIS BW Of RED RYDER Building U Up HARM AN ALLEY OOP Tlic Siicriff is In LOOT OP Tie <30RY GULCH STAtX HOLD \f>fO(y.lO,IB7(>. BY V. T. HAMLIN mf v " , N——|.

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