The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 5, 1947 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 5, 1947
Page 12
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TWELVE BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS CPA-NHA Order Brings Protest Smith's, Foundries To Be Forced to Close, Operator Says BIRMINGHAM, AI«., Feb. 5. — <UPJ— Birmingham officials Itxtny predicted that the South's foundries "will close within n few days' tbrwLiue' of alleged .Washington dlMrimlhfttlon In soil pipe demand for (he veterans housing program Foundrymeii at a Chamber of Commerce meeting line severrh •Scored a civilian Production Acl- l mlnlstratloii-Nalloniil Housing A» I thority ruling • to continue an 01 der calling for 96 percent of the South's pig Iron supply to be ehan neled into the housing program. "Unless some quick modification of .this new ruling of CPA is made every general foundry in the Southeastern slates will loe forced to close within a few days," Clnr- ence .Lloyd of Jackson Industries declared. He predicted 30,000 foundry em- ployes in the South, including 12,000 in the Birmingham area, would be: forced out ol work. Under the new CPA-NHA ruling, 175,000 tons of pig iron or 41 percent of the country's production. would be set aside for the housing program. "That would be all right if the allotments were equitably distributed 'Actually CPA and "NIIA take only 23 percent of the Northern states' production and approximately 96 percent of the South's" iloyd said. 1 The foundrymcn decided to send n delegation to Montgomery today to enlist the aid of Gov. James E. Folsom and to send another delegation to Washington Thursday to jirotest the order. A Gift For Sam Rayburn Use Tax Bill Gets Approval Oi Committee LITTLE UOCK, Ark., 'Feb. 5. —The House today received u "<lo pans" recommendation on n use tax- bill designed to produce nu estimated '$700,000 annually in revenue and to plug holes In (he present sales tax. The bill wns written by Hep. Tal- lx>l Fplld, Jr., of Hempr.tead County, who Is head of the House Committee on Revenue and Taxation. The committee approved (he bill last nil-lit. it would levy a two per cent tax on goods purchased out of Arkansas for use In Arkansas if the goods would he subject to im Arkansas sales tax. Principal objection to the measure came from its proposed distribution of the revenue, rt calls for WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 19-17 is n "reward for pulling up with u.s for nil ilicsu years" npprc'dalivc Democrats presented minority'leader Jam Rayburn of Texas ivilli u new Cadillac sedan. Each nrinucr.Ulc member of Ihc House of HepiXMen- tatlves was solicited for a contribution. Left to rlghl:Hcp. l-vanl-. Hoyk from Alabama; Sain. Hayburn, unti Hep, John McConnaek of Massachusetts, (NKA Telt-pliotoj Special Weapons Command Set Up By Army-Navy WASHINGTON, Feb. 5. (UP) — The Army and Navy are plmmlng a joint Special Weapons Command to Supervise military use or atomic weapons, germ warfare nnd guided missiles, a War Department source said, today. The new organization will operate under the joint chiefs of staff. It will be the Army-Navy successor to the Army's Manhattan Project which recently turned over control of i atomic energy to the Civilian Atomic Energy Commission. Army sources said the new com- intind would work in close cooperation with the commission's military liaison committee. Tax Chiselers Pay Off Nearly $2,000,000,000 WASHINGTON. Feb. 5. (UP) — The Treasury reported today that 31s. all-out drive against war-fat tax chiselers netted the government $1,700,000,000 last year, j During the year the Treasury Brought tax fraud charges against 171 persons and won 167 convictions. Those .Igund guilty drew prison terms ranging'uplo eight years and fines up to $500,000 each. ' ' About $200,000,000 was recovered from 150,000 persons who voluntarily amended their tax returns for past years. The Treasury said most of them hastened to flic the amended return only out of fear that their original' return would be investigated. Jury Indicts Witness in Murder Case LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Feb, 5. (UP)—Prances Morris lortay faces two counts of perjury, following her Indictment by the Piilaskl County Grand jury yesterday. 'The charges Brew out of a tendency by Miss Morris lo change her story on events lending to the death of R. n. aallniaii, Little Rock contractor, March. Meanwhile prosecuting Attorney Edwin E. Uminwny has announced that in view of Miss Morris' latest story, he will request postponement of Hie murder trial of Kenneth Angel, capital city taxi driver, charged with the staying of Qallmnn. Dunaway said that Miss Morris now contends she knows nothing of Ihe contractor's death. liarlier she told officers that she. Juanita Moore of Conwny. Angel and another (axlcab driver took ,, everything in UNITED INSURANCE ./ AGENCY E. DIETRICH, Mgr. W. J. Pollard INSURANCE Gfencoe Hotel Bldg. Phon* 3545 Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes Open 8 a. m. Close 5:30 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday Nights Open Till 9 o'clock 323 North 2nd St. • EXPERT REPAIRS -, • GENUINE INTER- NATIONAL PARTS • CHEERFUL SERVICE! That's What You Get at Delta Implements INC. Your Exclusive International Dealer DELTA IMPLEMENTS *^ INCORPORATED "I aUvay.s t;ike Inlcrnalional Truck lo Delta for all work clone." Gnllmnn lo Liikcwixxl iic-:ir Norlh struck by contract carriers LtUle Rock on UK; night of KInrtii ' McColluin wn s born In Korrv '1C S-1 nllii. ... nf. 1... t I „. 1 T „ .. _, , " »H.I I J County, Iowa, in 1889. He was 15 when lie went [ 0 work for the SUr ns aii office boy. body 26. Gnllnuin's bn tiered [onnrt the next morning beside a lonely road. 'flic Indictment explained that on June 25 Miss Morris told tlie grand jury that she accompanied the four 'lo Uikevood. Yesterday, the Indictment continued, she denied having made the li'ip. Publisher Dies KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Feb. 5.— (UP)—Earl McColluni, 57, president of the Kansas City Star.since October. 1942, died yesterday at his home after an Illness of a week. He was taken III in the midst of negotiations while the Star was "UNBLOCK"^ DIGESTIVE TRACT And Slop Dosing Your Stomach With Soda and Alkulizcrg Don't cjpOTt lo set real relief from hca.lnplio your Inmble h c CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Soles — Service We Buy and Sell GOOD USED CARS Bill ChambUn — Lex Ctuimblla Railroad & Ash Sis. Phone 2195 " -, • '" ""> nli'stir O'.i of ynur fowl I, d vln.-o to'.i of ynur loml H dticMwI. And wlVn Iho loivi r part acts bluckcj [u ol l i,, ay f a ;i lo Whit 5-011 for rrlicf i.i FOITI^- Uli/iKU "unblock" yam luwcr Inlntinul trnct .-.omclliiiit: lo (Iran it can effectively—li.hi Nature net back on hiT foot. ' *itt v iirter'u I'llls rit;ht now. Tskp ai di- for a Taxi O. K. CAB Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Size T. L. MABRY 423 MISSOURI ST. FU. 36J7 FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 it Stale Line Phone BlyUieville 714 Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. BITTNER an even split of all revenues below the $10,000,000 to Ihc University of Arkansas lor buildings and to counties for roads: Hep. Kdwln L. Btixley of Pulashl warned Hint he would oppose on the floor such an allocation. A similar measure was vetoed two years n(jo by Gov. Ben Laney. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Crcomulslon relieves promptly bc- Miise it goes right to the Beat of the '.rouble to help loosen and expel ,'erm laden phlegm, and aid nature :o soothe and heal raw, tender, In- namcd bronchial mucous mem- srones. Teil your druggist to sell you ^ Bottle of Crcomulslon with the un- -lerstaiiding you must like the way It 'ilUckly allays the cough or you are :o have your money back. CREOMULSION forCouehs.ChestColds, Bronchitis BABY BEAR , AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS 31/2 Gal. 5 Gal. 7Gal. ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE 113 East Main Phone 2302 Flowers - - For Every Occasion Telephone 491 and your order will be on it's way in record time Our Floral Arrangements tell a complete story FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 401 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) 1VilUaras, owner Glencoe B!dg. BRING US YOUR POULTRY! We Pay Highest Prices for all Hens, Roosters, Ducks »nd Ge«« Save That Middleman's Profit. Our Prices Governed by Market Value CALL 2611... STOP AT 2611 Don't Hesitate to Ask for Free Service Listen—We can wash your car in 30 minutes. We use Genuine Alemite Grease to lubricate your car. Yes, we have the tires—-Dayton — Hood — Goodyear. We also have New Batteries. Standard £SSO Gas & Oils, Also Quaker State MARR'S Phone 2611 AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sis. FARM'DITSHES DITCH BANK LEVELING S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH&Dl&J ' - - • • • CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS IZ Indies up to 48 Inches V/e arc Dealers for THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Ti!e £ Culvert Co. Phone 691. OSCEOLA, ARK. EELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407 Yes, We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! WILL TRADE FOR LATE MODELS We have on display for Immediate delivers-—Brand new 1—Pontiac Streamliner 1—Chevrolet Fleclline Tudor 1 —Chevrolet Flcelmaster Tudor 1—Chevrolet Slylemasler Tudor 1—Chevrolet Stylcmaslcr 4 Door 1—Mercury 4 Door Come in or call, we win try to trade wilh you. ' BOB AUTO SALES Phone 2037 Cor. Franklin and BJ^h, St. _.* '*>>'•-' Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R. Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Phone Evenings — Boat House, Big Lake or VVritu % Box 84, Roscland, Ark. WASH TUBES ^ Fixing It Up NOW LOOK K=R=, 40UMG- MP*N'. W DAUSHTEB OOESHT STRIKE UP ACQUAINT- A.NCE5 WITH FRESH UPSTARTS WHO USE SUBTERFUGE TO- { BUT, SIR.'- I THINfc SHES LOVELV, TOO! AND IN A FEW MOMENTS SHE WOUtD'VE SUPPED OUT OF ttV UFE FOREVER. 1 BY LESLIE TURNEJI •\ W T DAVIS Highway 61 North Phone 3762 No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY . ANDREW J. FLORIDA, Vice-President PHONE 210 Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas PECHAP5 I CAN EASE THE \ SITUMlONi MISS ANDES. ' THI SWE FP.(EMD BIS TuCViER! ALL BECAUSE I WASN'T ENOUGH TO GROW UP IN HER. BLOCK Oft HME K MUTUM- FWENP HMTOV TO INTRODUCE IJS- HOW MICE! DAD, THIS IS CAPTWH E&SV, WHOM I MET ON THE Ptft.NE...iVUi RED RYDER UtV A GlRL'5 M53 ! 1 HER WMK iO A1LS5 I'M GOI^G 10 FiM A&D'JT 61.IS1E I! « TrtXI f^O ,'\E ARGUED HERE BUT HEB GOT A ^ COOO RE.PUWIOS- HI."\ A1.VT H055 THlE\ C^ IKS SlO=' KY V. T. HAMLIN BUT WHAT INUTS! EITHERl OF HIS <HE SELLS TO TREA.TV ) US OR LOSES WITH ( IT TO THE . 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