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January 15, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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NO*THWKT ARKANSAS IIMIS, foyenovilU, ArkoriiM. Tu«doy, Jonu»r» II, ItSl- The -average U.S. liuusewife lias i |,Varkrt'InJonic 10 ted, nn clnubl. her hustoul'., | cs , imalcs that even br- ihrinkms pay chock ami prrhaps , ,.,,. .^.^ a ,.,,,,. las complained annul the bigcor , s , , nn .With Taxes Running Higher Than Grocery Bill Writer Sees Opportunity For Wives 'To Use Brains In Trimming Payments By DOROTHY ROK t h a s a Ihrifty wife. should be cnn- AssocUted 1'rtss Womrn's Editor - sidcrably 16??. Arid to this figure- i the sales taxes, amusement taxes, Now that Americans are IT- j uxu ,. y taxes, casoline taxes, 11- ported to spend more for t a x e s ' t( , |iy( , j CCSi rca! cs t;,ie trixc::. - than for food, it would be n cood ; w .|, OM i t a x c s nnd hjridon taxes nn idea for the lady of the hou.se to , practically every item ho buys, take a quick brush-up course on . ., |K | vm , 'i, CR j n 't o RC t nn iHrn of this important subject. ' Ihc t ' ot .,j t a x bill of a middle- Tho-average U.S. liuusewife has nol sh has bite Uncle Sam has been , .. , on( . Iounn 01 1( ]or since last November Ru the | ^ « , rtpn Hp a s _ "chances are she nas paid l.t ic or i ' ,,,, a] M no attention lo the actual r eta; s , Rf for hif)dcn of the income tax law?, mid hasn't j . · bothered to check up nn Icsilimaie ' · " · · · ·ways and means of saving on her . M^t people who make out tax budget, as well as her food ! their own income tax returns pay buflcct more than necessary, says Miriam The authority for the statement Eoli5, a tax expert who is a part- about food and taxes is Paul S. j nor in the accounting firm of L. Willis president nf Grocery Man- Kolis, New York, anrl a member ufacturers of America, Inc., whn ! of the Federal Tax Committee of ^aid in a recent .--pecch th;it in ! the Xcw York State Society of 1950 the- per wipita lax bill was ! Ceriificri I'ubhc Accountants. 5376, while the per c;ipita food; wi ^ Eoli - c - wh «)Fe firm .special- bill was $316. He estimated that . " 7 - cs i" tax mailers, says the avcr- ,lhe tax bill would exceed $450 per ,-iKe i;i: payer is not aware of the person In 1951. I regular rledurtions permitted un- j dor income lax regulations. She : "You can help yourself or your husband by Ucrpinfi a record nf . - nf ,, 5nn . fm( , fnu ,. th of ., ,,,,. the home ot Mis. Ulys Lovcll nn 'oe on a radio pioararn Wnlii Maple Avenue. dav ni;hl lo help Ihp Spnns'l Hetty Wllli;im«. 1-iwii'lli-i- l.'iv- ; M.'2 M.-irrh of Oiinr.-. The .··!· man. llnli llei krr, Thr Ali/ona « ill be in tin- lurm of a t-.li.ii! p Trail Hands. T"in Hum, the Sin-, xr.im and will !·· lMn.irt.-a-.! li K-palnr and Mrs. fills Kldson will I the i.uijitoiium of the hich si-lu piojiam wilt brain at fl ft'dnck anrl la. 1 :! us Jone as th«! pfoplr of Sprinsdalc five to the. c;.in** In ronnpctinn with the ririvr thr- nny Seoul* will sponsor 1. ' fhrir jiorch light campaign. SMOKE SALE! I 20% TO 50% OFF Everything Must Be Sold Here Are Only A Few Samples RED PRISONERS COME IN FAMILY CROUPS--A Rroup of Communist guerrilla iinsoncrs- ol-war, including their children, waits to be pro.-cssed at a stockade of the South Korcao Capitol Division somewhere in Korea. Many ot the eaplured guerrillas · ere graduates of special Com. .-. munist Party guerrilla schools. Tax Top« Food This does not mean that the man with less than 52.0(10 annual income spends more for (axes than «M CM MY "MI*, but you Aspirin St. Joseph ASPIRIN WALT BEACH Guaranteed Watch not forgotten. Kr.menihrr Expenses "Some of the major expenses to remember ?,re.: Sales (axes but not federal excise Uixr;;. re;il estate taxes, cnnlributions. auto repistra- tion and driver's license fees, doj; license, slate casoiine tax. inter!T^^^_"- '. i ^ l P^irt nn l n ans, inortaqcs and in.vUtllincnt puicha;-cs if sprcificr! in purchase cnntntet, losses not covered by insurance, such as bur- clary or storm dnmaso to tho home." Mi«;s Kolis poinis nut that ii's smart to keep track of medical expenses, too, since all surh expenses over five per cent of your adjusted cross income arc deduc- ! libly up t o ' a pnint. These include I doctor nnd dcntisl bills: medical and dental supplies, including toothpaste; premium:; mi health. accident and hnspilalix.atinn insur- ''· a nee policies: eye classes, false teeth anri aspirin. : There are 300 women members i nf the American Institute of Ac' count ants, the national prnfes- With «r»w*r-i Cleintn II R. crnttr street FAVITTKVILLI, AMK. Phvnt 124* O*« Day fttrvtc* sional society of CPAs--and you can bet they don't overpay their taxes. This group points out some oth- cr ncrtincnt Jacls: Jf you net married even on the day of the year, yon can file jninl tax return for the whole i year. I If you liave n baby on December ::jl, you can still list him as a de- 'duction from the year's income. If you win dMnutj;^ '" " ·' . breacli of promise, personal Injuries "r slnncicr, i:u men- ·- ynii receive is imi t;ixablc and need not i be reported in your income tax : form. : So whether you're an average ' \\-nrkinfi cirl or a housewile, it' will pay you i' 1 dollars and cents ; to learn your tax primer, and keep ! a close wHtrh on the lax situation ' this year. Neal and Smartly Slylcd Haircuts and Good Clean Shaves HAIRCUTS ONLV 50c WHITE'S BARBER SHOP 405 W. D1CKSON ! \Springdale nonnci- Davis wns tl-.e EUCfl speaker at the Oak Grove naplisl ; Church Sunday a! the worship ; service. Sunday School oflicers : elected are: Superintendent, Jim [Davidson: iiFstetHnt mperintcnrl- I out. Charles Arthurs: secretary, ·'fir-mice 'riuirmnnd: assislant FCC- 'retary, Mrs. l.enard Teny: nnific director, Ellis Cooper; and pianist, Mrs. Vprnon Whcathrrs. Mrs. E. R. Stafford and Mrs. .lohn T. Stafford returned over ! the weekend from Hot SnriiiKs ; where they attended a meeting of j the PF.O and helped to orj-ani/e ! the AP Chapter. They were cuesls I in the home of Mrs. .John Slaf- j foul's son-in-law and daiiRhter, j Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Andt-rson. j The Sprinsdale l-'ire Department ' was called to a prass fire Monday ! morninc on Pleasant Street about i It) o'clock. The fire was cxtin- I cuishod and no daniaKe was re- j porled. ! The TCcv. Clyde Sanders of ! Sprinndalr conrlucted sn-vices al j l h c llindsville Baptist Church at j both the morninR and eveninu j services Sunday. Me will also conj d u c l a |n-H\i:r meeting Thursday 1 nicht at 7:31). | Teachers from all parts of Wasllinclon County attended a mcbtillE Saturday mornini; in 'he SpriiiEdale Hich Seliof)] andi- , torium. The program was to help j develop ,1 hevtc-r inlecraled .-.-chool i program. K. T. G r i f f i t h of Sprinc- | dale planned the propram with | Mrs. .1. Frank Holmes nf Prairie j Grove. Miss .Illanita Caudle and | Mrs. Martha Weaver of Fayctte- 'ville. assisting. Special music was 'hroliKht by the hiuh school Iri". Fred Starr nf Fanninslon cave the 'invocation. Mrs. Myrtle Ivrv \vn* ict 1 " 1 !""! to her home on Holcomh Street Sunday afternoon in a Cnllisnn- Sisco ambulance from the (,'ily Hospital. The hiph sVliool Pamit-Teacher Association met Mnndiiy aflci'iioon al three o'clock at the hifji school rnfeteria. The program was nn "Our School and What is Now in Health Education." Special music was furnished hv the senior hich Buys Quartette. Mrs. Tl. M. Holmes read the national president's messHKi'. A luunrltablf discussion was held with Mrs. Karl Voss us loader. Others taUin« part Mrs. Marion Cop 1 -, junior physical education teacher; Mary .Jane Goodwin, .senior high physical rducation tt-achci; Bob Walters, senior high school physi- L-al educatinn trachei: .loo Allen Hobcrls, junior liiph physical education teacher; Mr?. V. R. Du! cote, Mrs. John Horna-i, and '.Mrs. W. C. HadcM, parenls. ; The Central IM'./Y -.tuny ^rnup :mel M-Miday ni K ht at 7 'clock at I ti-o i-in-- "f Mr.s. Hicharf! Um, baugh. A panel discussion was j cunoucled D.V Mrs. Marvin Carter, j M r s . Howard Backus, and Miss i Vr-rna Doane. The Saturday Firidce Club was 1 r o t e r t a i n o f l S a t u r H a v a Icino-m ;il hich Mrs. J, P, Coats Big Ball,.. 20 160 yd. Spools Thread.. 7 80 sq. Hope Muslin 3yds 80* All Corduroy, yd. 50 and 75 C $7.98 All Wool Dress Slacks . . , $3.99 $7.50 Johnsonion Shoes $5.25 All 80 sq. Print yd 27«lo40 $1.98 Flannelette Gowns $1.39 $2.98 Birdseye Diapers 27"x27"doz. . . $2,09 $8.00 Men's Zelan Jackets $4.00 50 Baby Slips 25 $2.98 Men's Sport Shirts $1.49 $4.49 Non-inflammable Sweaters . . . . $2, n $3.98 Nylon Sweaters $1.9) $1.98 Cotton Coat Sweaters . . . . . 99 Reg. 25 Anklets, 3 for 40 Brokerage West Emma Avenue, Sprihgdole ·About 160 Only Our Best Make Men's DRESS SHIRTS $4.95 7 $4.50, $3.95 Values From our very best brand of thirrj we have selected about .160 in styles that have been selling ot $4.95, $4.50 and $3.95. Included are round collars in fancy madras shirts that were $4.95; white ; broadcloth shirts with pin-point collars that were $4.95; and some novelties that were $3.95 and $4.50. Make your selections at only $2.80. · Campbell-Bell, Men's Dept ·Too Late for Holiday Selling Eastern Isles Salesman Sample Lingerie · Save Up to Vi on Beautiful Lingerie ·Extra Value Men's Nylon Rib Anklets · E W Nylon English Rib Anklets Irregulars of $1.00 Quality Most of you know that from time to time we have Eastern Isles salesman's s a m p l e s . These were intended for Christmas selling but didn't reach us. Your choice of crepe gowns, crepe bed jackets, n.y I o n gowns, cotton pajamas, cotton gowns, flannel pajamas, and flannel gowns. Priced to save you from 33'/3 to 50','. Reg. $4.50 to $13.98 Now 2 Pre-lnventory Clearance Children's Anklets From our regular tteck of nationally known brand anklfrt, wt hav« ttltcttd the»« which arc illghtly lolltd and hav* grauptd thim In tw« big graupi to bring you outstanding valu«f. W« don't want to invoici *h** . . . th*y «ro trtmtndoui bargaintl to 6 GROUP 1 Solid colon nnd fincivi both in this big ·tiorimtnl of · nk)fti itltctrd from eur rtgular 39r: slock end grouped il this pin money prlc* of four pair for 11,00. GROUP 2 Group of inklcli ttlicled from our regular 49c ilock including rih nl will ti novcltiti, solirti and fanci*|. SAvt ·! Icital 40';,. Tbret pair for Sl.OO. 4 prs. $1 3 prs. $1 V-C Nylon rib anklets from Ely Walker in assorted colors of brown, black, gray, wine, gold and white. Irregulars of $1.00 number. Truly a tremendous value. All sizes from 10 to 12. Only SOc per pair. 50 5 ONLY PIECES Pennantone Luggage · 3 Ladies' Wardrobes · 2 Hat Shoe Bags Fivt pieces only of this good luggage at a ·rict that means you are saving more than S07'° because at regular price--if it didn't h«vt what thty coll a small factory defect-it would bt $19.50 and $25.00. You can buy, 01 long as these fivt pieces in red and grMnlast, at only $11.50. 11 so ·Campbell-Bell, Center Aisle ·From Brown Shamrock Linens . . . 1785 Fine LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS 1304 Men's -481 Women's Show Room Samples Factory Imperfects . . . On Sale at Less Than Vi Price Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 20 C 30' 40 C 50 C Men'i linen handkarchinft with big, wicit hflmstitched horns in* eluding both lamplti and factory impnriecls. To 60e vnluni al (last included. A group of cord borders, hand- rolled horns and hemstitchtd h e m m e d handkerchiefs, oil linen. Salesman's samples only --no Imperfects in this group. Sam* of them are soiled, valuei to 79t. In this group, talesman's samples only, are truly beautiful l i n e n s Including hand-helled hems, initialed, as well as plains In both hand-rolled hems and hemstitched hems. Values lo Itc. A very fine group of InilioM handkerchiefs cs well at ·l«l* handkerthiifi, all *f which would ull for at least $1.00. Salesmem'i samples and odd numbers from regular Moclb Truly marveleut vilun. ·Campbtll-Bell Men's Stor« and Canter Aislt

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