The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1950 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1950 Arkansan Offers Budget Balancer Representative Mills Would Arrange for Earlier Tax Deadline By Francis JI. u Jlay WASHINGTON, Jan. K-tfl')~ Balancing the federal budget next year by making corporations pay their Income tax sooner was proposed today by Aep. Mills <D-Ark). Mills, a member of tl\e tax-drafting House Ways and Means Committee, said he will present his : plan during committee consideration ot President Truman's lax program. His idea is to require c"5|oralions to pay In Ihe first silSlmonths of a year all the takes due on income ol the previous year. Corporations now can take B whole year to pay the taxes due on income of the previous year. Stepping up the. due date, Mills said, would bring In an additional $-1,800,000,000 during the fiscal year beginning next July I and, with a moderate increase from other tax sources, would erase the expected $5,100,000,000 federal deficit. Committee Chairman Douglitou (D-NC) said the proposal is worthy of consideration. Mills said:.. "H is highly discriminatory against the millions of individual income taxpayers, who now have their federal income taxes deducted Irom their pay checks as it is earned, to permit corporations to continue to use the government's money over the entire year after it | Is earned. "White it may not be feasible I to place corporations on a a completely current 'pay-as-you-go' bas- I is, my bill would be an important I first step in requiring corporations 1 lo pay taxes promptly as soon I as it is possible to determine the I amount of their tax liability." (AnK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Missco District Scout Leaders Will Attend Area Conference Feochers Need Parents' Assistance n Speech Correction, Specialist Soys A review and planning meeting* for the Eastern Arkansas Area Council of Boy Scouts of America will be conducted tomorrow ut the Peauody Hotel in Memphis. J. Cecil Lowe, district chairman for North Mississippi County, and Herbert Slnppen, district chairman for South Mississippi County, said today that the operation committees fir.in both districts were ex- )ected to attend. Robert Lundtiuisl, regional dcpu- -y executive, will review progress >y the area council during 1949 ami iclp the various districts map local projjr.ims to carry out projects set up by the council. Activities for the council dviring 1D50 will be planned. The purpose of the meeting according to Mr. Losvc and Mr. Ship!>en is to get the best performance [rom each phnse of scouting activities. Code for Civ// Service I In Greece Aided by ECA ATHENS (AP> — A brand-new. | ECA-sponsored Civil Service Code jyprecce, the first comprehensive Committee heads for the operation committee from both districts arc John Caudill of Blytheville and Emmitt Wilson of Joiner, districl commissioners; Percy Wright of Blytheville and .i/ernon James ol Luxora, advancement; Lloyd Ware, of IMythevilte and Dr. Joe Hughes of Osccola, camping and activities Dr. B. P. Scott of Blythcville and I)r. It. D. Massey of Osceola, health and safety; J. M. Cleveland o Blytheville and W. P. Ellis of Victoria, leadership (rattling; R. A Porter of Blythcville and Dr. George Cone of Osceola, finance; ant James Hyatt, Jr., of Osccola, or- ganisation and extension. The district chairmen also saic members of the council executive hoard were being asked to attend They pointed out that \vhere opera tlon chairmen could not attend, rep resentativcs of each committa would replace the chairmen. The boundaries lands arc based c tions. of U.S. public i slar obscrva- Police Check Big Robbery's Inside Angles BOSTON, Jan. 25—(^0—An army of police today began systematic questioning of every employe and former employe of Brink's, Inc., in an effort to turn up a lead to the $1,500,000 ratders of the firm's vaults eight rfays ago, Police Sujjl. Edward W. Fallon snid he Intended to get the complete and accurate story of all in their relation to their movements, habits. associates, and their whereabouts on the night of the history-making crime. ''Every single thing that's worth knowing alx)ut everyone connected with the company will be known,' 1 the superintendent declared as the investigation appeared to be leading into cold trails. Detectives expressed belief that the key to solution of the daring raid by eight gunmen will be found if at all, right In the armored truck company's plant. There is no doubt, Fallen said that the place was "cased" b> someone familiar with the layoul ol the big garage in which the company's vaults were located. one ever adopted, will provldi sweeping reforms for the country' *?5 t OOO civil servants. American civl government specialists have assisted the Greek government in pushing through the latest law, designed to streamline, the government's methods of civil service selection. Arkansan Buys More Blooded Livestock TUU5A. Okla., Jan. 25. (/I 1 /—Sof drink manufacturer B- 'T. pooks Caniden, Ark., has run his invest ment in Aberdeen-Angus cattle t< more than $100,000. He bought 15 head for $37,100 a a sale near Tulsa yesterday. He be gnu his herd at Miami, Otla,, MOIV day by paying $63,525 for a bull am la heifers. . The herd will be taken to Fooki ranch near Camden, which is opcr atcd by his son, Robert. mm THURS:-FRI.-SAT; , • HOSIERY FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY NYLONS FIRST QUALITY 51 gouge, 15 denier Men's & Boys' ANKLETS Reg. 39c & 49c 3 for $1 Women's, Children's ANKLETS Regular 35c 4for$1 $ 4 TABLES OF LADIES SHOES Many, Many Styles, Including AM Our Suede* 1-2-3-4 CHILDREN'S SHOES Our entire stock of Children's HOUSE SHOES $ Sizes 0 - Big 3 t.oo 1 table of CHILDREN'S SHOES Values $1.95-$2.95 $ 1&2 When You Come lo Blytheville This Weekend Be Sure lo See These Values! HEUERS Across The Street From The Go// Hotel SHOE STORE Teachers need help In student's omes to correct sl>cecli defects, liss Cynthia A. Daly, specialist in >cecn correction for the State Ue- artmcnt of Education, told mein- ers of the elementary school fac- llies in IBlythevJIle at a meeting i the high school library last night. Miss Daly, who has been with Hie cparlment since August, was to be Piggott today to conduct a pecch clinic, after visiting Blytlic- ille ant) Wilson yesterday. Miss Daly, who holds a B.S. ami f.S. degree from the University of Vlsconsln with a major in speech orrecllon, said that stuttering and linnmerliig are the same as any ompletc stoppage. Site suggested hat to find speech defects In chll- of schools. Introduced the speaker. Elementary faculties of Lunge, Sudbury, Central, Ynrbro, and English teachers and administrators from the high school attended the meeting. Chancellor Sets Date For Hearing Contempt Charges Against Miners FORT SMITH, Ark., Jan. 25. (/!')— Hearing for 1!5 coal miners charged with contempt of court will he before Chancellor C. M. Wofford Friday. Wofford yesterday cited the miners for contempt, accusing them at rcn one must first find the sound lie child is omitting. In cases where more thnn one iouiid is being omitted, she said hat those working on correction should work on correcting the cas- ejt sound first, and that each sound mist be worked with separately, ''lie advised, car training rather han giving children specific posl- ions for the tongue. Miss Daly snid that conflict in :he home often caused stuttering. and that rest, good food and love would help correct stuttering in a child who stutters when excited or frightened. Guy Berry, director of the special i education program for- concluding : Ihe speech correction program In Arkansas, al.so was a guest at the meeting: He explained that In 11)17 legislative appropriation mudc il impossible for the Arkansas Depai l- meul of Education to back speech correction work In schools. Miss Daly, an associate' of the American Speech and [rearing Association who has completed work with college students and elementary children In speech correction, was aiided to the staff lo conduct the speech clinics. W. B. Nicholson, superintendent violating an anil-picketing order. The chancellor previously had pro- hibilcd picketing at n mine of the Utah Construction Company near Oziirk. Picketing of the mine begun last month when the company announced it wmdd pay union wages but would upi'iatc an open shop. USO, Hampered By Lack of Cash, Ready to Disband NEW YORK, Jnn. 25. M'j—The United Service Org»)iV/-xtions is closing up shop. The agency, whose wartime entertainment circuit stretched from Uurma to the beachheads of Europe said yesterday that It Is unable to raise enough money to keep going U expects to terminate onciutlam> of its 153 brunches throughout the country by Tuesday. During the war, the USO had some '.1,000 service centers through out the United States, and more than 200 entertainment units tour- Spaghetti Supper (Italian Style) Legion Hut - Wed. Jan. 25 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Ladies of the Catholic Altar Society ADULTS 75< CHILDREN 35^ g military posts here and abroad. Its peak budget ran to SS(j,000,000 a year. From its founding In 1911, the igency luis provided entertainment welfare services to more than a billion Etnd a half men and wom- — .service personnel and war workers. Since the war, the agency has amially curtailed Its operations At the end of 1917, It decided to shut down, but President Truman called it back Into operation. "Muhahna" Is R Sanskrit wore meaning "great BOUl." IlLVTHEVILLe'S ONLY .AU. WHITE THEATRE 1-iiHl Diiy • OIHMI !>:;!() —I'l.US— Barry Filzgcnilcl in "NAKED CITY' Thnr.-Fri. • 2 liils 1 Voters in Batesv/H* Okay Parking Meters By the Associated Vrtss Parking meters and a swimming xwl were winners In special etec- lon.s In Arkansas Tuesday. Hatcsville citizens voted, 317 (15 298, to Install the meters in their iiisiness district. A $35,000 bond issue to finance a ,wimming pool mid city park a» McOehee was approved, 249 to n. NEW Box Opens W«k Days 7:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday i Sundays Mat.-Sun. I p.m. Cont. Showlnf Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "DAVID HARUM" J Kith Will Roget« «w Also ShorU RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "THE THREAT" willi Mlrhael O'Shed mi! Virginia Grey News * Cartoon AND S! TABLES! TABLES! Specially Priced !® All kinds of tables, including COCKTAIL TABLES...COFFEE TABLES ... END TABLES ... LAMP TABLES ... STEP TABLES... MAHOGANY TABLES ... WALNUT TABLES ...BLOND TABLES... MAPLE TABLES. .. RADIO TABLES ... NIGHT STANDS... COMMODES... etc. You'll find GOOD TABLES, BROKEN TABLES, SCARRED TABLES and SAMPLE TABLES! PRICED AT $100 5195 $H95 $A95 $ This is Only a Fraction of Their Actual Cost! REASON: These Are Odd Tables We Want to Sell! First Come, First Served - No Refunds, No Exchanges, No Phone Orders HUBBARD&SON FURNITURE Blythcville

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