The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 20, 1947
Page 11
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TiUmSDAY, MARCH 20, 1<M7 lawmakers Offer Hany Liquor Bills Only a Few Enacted Into Law During 56th General Assembly 'ElmCR'S NO'lK: 'lliis is tile '•"•'•i in a series of fivo anicicj u.v ISuj Uiiiio;! Prws st:Uf forret ponilem ivho covered tlu> rctieiHly-iidjounieil 5SUi Gi'U- ri'a! Assembly of 'Arkansas. II ni:'l-i>s a siiivey of U'sisl.ition *\;;i'.':sec! affecting Hqiio:.) Uy BOB HKOXVN Hulled Press staff Coi •roipandvnt LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Mnrch 20 —Liquor-- the tbji'Ct ot many |xn- sliots dui'insi Hie recent session of , tin; Aikmisa. s legislature— :timp out j of the 00-day battle pra-.-lically uu- SJMtllClt. Only t III-PC of (ho many proposed tax levies received legislative :•.;>• pi-oval, and one of thoso still mav rrreivt 1 favorable a;;ion from Gov. ! ( L'iney _ Bl.YTHEVlLLK (AKK.) r JK Hl.EVEN Approved chirlns the session was ] an additional tax of 5S cents a Kallon on whiskey, a tax proposed '•ay the administration. Also ap- PIT ve;l WHS a lax of tv,x> cents a j.iillQii 011 liquor lo pay for "an elctvi; roll call system in the house. Beer Tax Bill UnsiRllcil Still pending .jefoip die goreruor tax of 50 cents a barrel on Miss Norma Norwood. 25. lormerly of Dallas. Texas, mid i«> w club emciliuner in Boston, Muss., wns brutally oi-aien by tin - ficd assailant who iitlcmpted to attack her. noclor.s n t me city Hospital in lio.stoii fountl it necessary to ncrtnnu un operation to reliev internal injuries. iNEA Teleplioto.) tence. 'A local option election law, li-er lo support a veterans service flu-oil bv Sen. Byron Gsoclson 01 mirean. However, as Laney lias two DeQuech stirred up a flurry of in- ollier veteran?, proposals before tei'fst but was not called up in the nun, .1 is possible he may approve House, it would have allowed first, one mat gels its support from tlio :m d .second class cities bold local r.encrr.l iTvenue. Other liquor revenue tpiion elections without regard lo measures — iilc vo| e '" U'e rest of the county. ' Another la?al option measure, promising from higher c it y !ult i conn- - -.-•- ....,..,.. ,-.~ ty fees on rettiil dealers to com- < vll ""K for icmpulsory elections with I'lele state control at ihe whole- \ ca=h Ki'iiera! elcclion, was inli'O- siili> level—fell by the wayside I tU > c eii in the Senate but never The wholesale proposal, intro- calie<l "Pd need by 8511. E. J. liutler of For-! Hying similar deaths was a bill ii ,T reccivetl onl .v one vote! Urn™ by the revenue department. i.s authors. j revising the collection of retail and Two plans to pla:e a 25 ra-r cent) wholesale beer and liquor fees; one woss profits tnx on wholesale | Providing that no liquor licenses dealers also were foi'Kotten as were el forts to boost wholesale license -c'-s from S7CO to S6.C03 or $10000. The legislature did approve a bill rmiSms it unlnwfi!! to possess moi-ft tluiu one gallon of lirjuorln a dry county, ami passed over the governor's veto ano at the governors icquest (.wo bills introduced by Rep. John Hornor ol Phillips County to stiviistticn cnfcrcement for illegal ^ale and poFscssion of liquor Tiic govrnwr said he Hart uiis-inter- pietccl enforcement claitfcs of the incasiires ancf requested Jiis veto •be overridden. Cimiinissjoiicr's Aiithnrily r.inii(<- ( | Also approved was a bill tha'- wou-1 relieve the state revenue i ccminitsioner of authoiitv in issu-! nis and rcvcfcing li f( i, 0 r per Ilie new- law provitvas that the commissioner must issue Die li- CPIISC if the apn!i=ant measures U'j to rtrtain cualifications. and that Ihe comn-.issioner caniir;i rcvot-e uii' license without a court sen- be issued outside an "incorporated town; another thai would restrict all liqvior revenue to wet counties; two whlsh would: beer for construction owned schools. have taxed at stale- Three Suspects Sought in Death Of Police Officer -JONESBORO, Ark.. Marcrr 20. Entertainer Beaten in Boston ' 'w^^ "^ ^il'So .',''' , :.''' : T'''J'f^"'."'' :r """"i'r'"T—;~r~ii j iii,n ity iiaf^ •.-,- : -,:-r;;'.—'r' 1 -'- •* ' '' '~-- • '^ssssssassasaasassgmiK anil one brother. of Newport, Ark. 1'i'cvcnts a ml wea *vorr» K p o t s . Nou -.skid 18 x 36-liu-l! sii<e. Stop Scratching! 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