The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1954 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWg WEDNESDAY, APRIL T, 1954 Canadians Get Small Tax Cut But Business Pickup Needed F*r Huge Budget OTTAWA (AP) — Canadi- Mi got a modest 40 million dettars in tax cuts today but iftced a record peacetime! target which wiM be balanced j M the owirent lag m bus- en<k. LO6 ANGELES (#)—British actor Robert Newton has been sued for $301,000 by a movie company which charge* he walked off a film being produced in Europe and flew back to the United States. Plaintiff is Renown Pictures of America, Inc. Newton, the complaint charged, was signed last February for the role of Svengali In a movie version of Oeorge Du- Mauriers novel "Trilby," and was to have received $40.000. He suddenly left his work March 31, the suit charges. MCCARTHY Continued from p aee 18 was in office. The Question immediate!'/ broached in connection with Bonton's 1952 defeat was whether McCarthy contributed materially, young hikers careened over a cliff j Benton said in an interview in and carried 13 to death, police re-| New York, "My state chairman. ported today. Twenty others were j ^maJl^ffect possi^^f^ ^ injured in the crash 20 miles north j sand votes _ T ^ is was j^o®* qu °£ of Pusan port. tial when you consider that my n SEOUL (/P)— A truck loaded with I margin of defeat WAS about 80,000 ; votes . •. . I "I think the best explanation is j that Eisenhower was the strongest ' factor in my state as in many i others. I was defeated in the gen- 1 tT.il swing to him. j "It is my opinion that I got more : votes in Connecticut because of my stand against McCarthy than I lost i because of that stand." I Benton said that in 1952 Mc' earthy went into five states where i the man he opposed turned out to ; be the winner—Washington, Missouri, Montana, West Virginia and New Mexico. The former Connecticut senator added that in the five other states in which McCarthy appeared in 1952 "the Democratic candidates for the Senate did better than could be expected." In these 10 states McCarthy was campaigning on behalf of the party ticket, rathern than to support individuals. The Capuchin order of friars received its name from me pointed hood, or capuche, which is part of their brown or gray habit. JJffice Moved DAVID N. MILES, D.V.M. VETERINARIAN Clinic 1 Mile North of Country Club On Highway 61 Open 9A.M. to 5 P.M., 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 7 A.M. to 9 A.M.— PHONE 3532 Finance iiauster Douglas C. Abbott, presetting his 1954-55 budget fe Pa*liam«nt last night, acknowl- qtgtii frankly h« is banking heav- lljr on a business upturn. But he predicted Canada's government wottW wind up with a surplus — four million dollar* — lor the ninth year. Be warned that if the business ttpiu*n failed to materialize, "there ootrid be a moderate deficit of 2 j or 3 per cent" — up to 130 million j doiters. The business slowdown cut j Ibe government's revenues 73 mil- j ion dollars below advance esti- j suttee for 1953-54, but Abbott still j «q»ect£ a 10-million-dollar surplus. Excise Cut A*bc4t estimated the government would spend $4,460,000,000. Mie compares with $2,140,000,000 in 1QSO-51 and $4,389,9-79,000 in 1953- li. Increased defense spending since the Korean War caused the iKfe jump. The. new tax cuts, effective this »onnkig, primarily involve excise levies— special sales taxes — on cocttwner goods. They cover rough, IT the same items affected by Con- j frees' recent billion-dollar slash in fce Eisenhower program. Abbott ateo announced reductions in fariffs on * number of articles *&4 the suspension of duties on ofeer items. In the latter group jf uranium imported from the Ifoited States as Plutonium. 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