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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - March 13, 1945, Blytheville, Arkansas Tips a y Al Aiu ii Iii it to Haj i his v 11 i Niv i or h k Vav id Page Turke use tax killed by Laney veto governor says Bill would have retarded state industrially Littie Rock. Ark March 13 governor Limey monday vetoed he controversial ase tax Bill Intro diced in the Senate by o. W. Look and of of Arkadelphia and passed by both houses of legislature shortly before it adjourned last j week. The measure imposed a 2 per rent use tax on All goods bought i outside the state and used stored or consumed in Arkansas. It was designed to supplement the present2 per cent sales tax. Quot tile ase tax Bill White having Merit is not without serious object tons. The governor declared. A the chief objection is such a tax will unquestionably retard Industrial development of Arkansas it is entirely possible that by levying such a tax and hampering Industrial growth of our state we May ult j mutely lose revenues greatly in of the immediate revenues that May be derived from this governor Laney declared he was Eon Virueda the use tax was not vital to the proper functioning of government in Arkansas. Quot i have stated repeatedly that i Hope to see the upward trend in taxation reversed a the governor said. A we have made a Start in this direction by increasing the Homestead exemption and by re Al ing downward the inheritance tax. In vetoing this ase tax i feel that i am keeping Faith with the taxpayers of Arkansas and am doing my part to lend impetus to this the Bill which the Revenue department said was designed to plug loopholes in the present sales tax Law. Was bitterly fought in the Home by representatives from East Arkansas where Many residents in that Section buy goods in Tennessee and avoid payment of the state sales tax. And by other legislators from Herder counties. Marked tree resident has spinal meningitis m s. A. J. Burton of marked tree grandmother of Fred flee Nian and a relative of numerous other residents of Mississippi county is critically ill of spinal meningitis. 7000 receive easter seals in this county seven thousand easter seals have been mailed to citizens of Mississippi county it was announced today by Philip j. Deer who is heading Mississippi county participating in the 1945 statewide easter Seal Sale of the Arkansas association for the crippled. The Seal Sale is being held in All the state s counties this month to raise funds to Rary on and expand the vitally needed humanitarian programs of this association among All the crippled of Arkansas according to or. Joe f shuffled of Little Rock a president of the Arkansas state medical society and 1945 state Seal Sale chairman. In the entire nation. 800 million Seal will be mailed according to or. Deer. Who pointed out that the Seal Sale is a principal Means of raising funds of the local state and National societies for crippled children. Due to close on easter sunday april i. The Sale in Arkansas la being conducted simultaneously with the 12th annual nation wide easter Seal Sale of the National society for crippled children and its Over 2.000 affiliated county and state chapters throughout America. Goal for Mississippi county in the Sale has been set at $3,500. Home demonstration notes the lost Cane Home demonstration club met wednesday at the clubhouse with mrs. Ruby Veach presiding. Following group singing of a a american led by mrs. Veach mrs. Mildred Ferguson called the Roll. Fifteen were present. Plans weep made for a Bingo party to be held thursday night at the gym. Miss Myres. Home economics teacher at Manila discussed the Summers Canning project. Refreshments of a Sandwich plate with Coffee were served by mrs. Dillie Veach. Mrs. Ruby Veach. Mrs. Leatha Veach and mrs. J. D. Littlejohn. Guests at the meeting included miss Cora Lee Coleman muss Cecil Myres and Hor sister who is a Home economics teacher in Oklahoma. Tiu next meeting will be april 12. Tho Library of Duke University contains a rare collection of chines1 books acquired from a White Plains n. Y., Man. Still shooting . Navy photo from Nea adm. William f. Halsey jr., exhibits one of the Fine victims of his marksmanship on wild Turkey shoot on Plantation near Thomasville a. Spot Loyd pushes hat Back on his head follow ing Long hike. Commander of the third Fleet enjoyed Outing but not As much As his favorite Turkey shoot Downing Jap ships and planes. J drawing cards he wants to know what we re using for swam Loae no ii of the general Assembly of the state of Arkansas of 1935, there has let Een filed in the office or the clerk of Mississippi county chancery court the complaint of the Stab of Arkansas to quiet Aud confirm Iii said state and or redeemer purchasers Donees and assigns the title to certain lands mentioned in said complaint and lying in the county of Mississippi and state of Arkansas. All persons who can set up any fight to the lands so forfeited and old Are hereby warned to appear i in the Mississippi county chancery court at the sept 1945 term after the publication of this notice to i wit on the 3rd Day of Hept. 1945, arum show cause ii any there i Why the till to said forfeited lands should not la confirmed quieted and vested in the state of Arkan no and or redeemer purchasers 1 Donees and assigns in in simple forever. Die description of said lands and the names Cit the persons firm or corporation last paying taxes thereon Are As follows list of state lands in Mississippi county Blytheville District forfeited Fok 1941 taxes c. E. Snider 12 5 1. 12 state of Arkansas county of Pulaski certificate i. Claude a Rankin commission or of state lands within and for the state of Arkansas do hereby certify that tile foregoing one Page of tiie written matter contains a Coin plete and accurate list of All lands j and town lots now belonging to the state of Arkansas in Blytheville dist Mississippi county under for j feature for non payment of taxes which remain indisposed of and which Are now subject to Eon fir j motion in accordance with the provisions of act 119 of the acts of the fiftieth general Assembly of the we ones my hand and Seal this the state of Arkansas approved March j 12 Day of March 1945, Harvey Morris chancery clerk. 19. 1935. In witness whereof. I have. Hereunto set my hand anti affixed it Lenl the sen i of my office at Little Rock. I Quy e Williams a Kansas on this the 25 Day of Jan i attorney general try Quinn Glover Claude a Rankin i assistant attorney general. of state lands. 3 13-20-27-apr. 3-10-17 Navy to recruit Arkansas nurses officer to interview applicants next week at Jonesboro office in an Effort to obtain from Arkansas a part of the 2,500 nurses now urgently needed by the Navy Ensign p. J. Sibley representing the office of naval officer procurement in new Orleans will be in Jonesboro on March 20-21, and will have offices in the Navy recruiting station. To be eligible for the Navy nurse corps a candidate should be beam 40 years old single. Or divorced preferably minor dependents. She a graduate of High school and upon reporting for Active duty nurses receive a uniform gratuity of $250. All eligible nurses in this area Are invited to see miss Sibley during Lier visit in Jonesboro. Efforts of the office of naval officer procurement in obtaining the applications of nurses is not in Competition with. But is a supplement to the activities of the american red Cross in this Field. Go i part sect area tax. And St in \ 8 0 0 Vej o re \ m p a Caruthersville Soldier suffers second wound pvt. Paul Hurst of Caruthersville. Mo., was wounded in action last month somewhere in Belgium and is in a Field Hospital. This is the second time that he has been wounded in action. Hts first wound was suffered in december during action in Fiance. Private Hurst has been in service for the i it ast two years and overseas since september 1944. The Mother mrs. Dovie Hurst lives in Caruthersville. Mrs. Martha Hurst the wife and three children Are living with her parents near Ashport. Tenn. The letter did not state the nature of his wounds this time. The first wounds were shrapnel wounds suffered in the Back. Tween 21 widowed without must be and an accredited school of nursing. And be a registered nurse. Also she must be a member of a nursing organization affiliated with the american nurses association. Physical qualification Are the same As those set for All naval officers. The candidate must be a native born citizen of the United states or must have been naturalized for the last to years. Nurses Are commissioned As officers in the nurse corps. User and enter the service with rank of Ensign. They draw the same base pay rental and subsistence allowances As other officers of this rank aged Evadale resident Dies sunday in Memphis mrs. Elizabeth Kinney widow of j. B Kinney Evadale Farmer died sunday night at Memphis Baptist Hospital where slip had been a patient since feb. 27. She was 83 i born in Mason Tenn. Mrs. Kinney moved to Evadale Many years ago. She leaves two daughters mrs. Aurelia Fortis of Evadale and mrs. F. Vav Haury of ittle Rock Ark. And a sister mrs. Kila m. Latta of Memphis. Services were held in Memphis today with burial at Bassett cemetery. Township 14 North Range k Sam Jones new 4 40 31 53 1 big Lake lanus township 15, North Bange 9 East 2 to i a it h it a to a or you re not too 01,1 to feel Young lids is a message for men who have known life but no longer find it thrilling because of the Fink of certain vitamins and hormones trombone a recent medical discovery combining vitamins and hormones Mav multiply the vim an a zest and enjoyment you once knew your whole approach your whole attitude toward life May improve when you begin to use trombone now it May be possible for my dds aged men to again enjoy the same spirit vitality and pleasures that made their youth a thing to remember. Added years May not subtract from your pleasures when you use trombone the new medical formula combining vitamins and hormones. Follow directions on Label trombone for Wile by Robinson drug co. And druggists everywhere. Unknown ass is or sese i 40 i i town 9 3 a original mrs Kate in the Mississippi county chancery court state of Arkansas. Plaintiff v. No. 9040 <1941 tax suit delinquent lands in Mississippi Blytheville dist county forfeited for non payment of taxes and sold to the state of Arkansas. Defendants Noti c e notice is hereby Given that Pur of Blytheville Survey to Blytheville Ferguson 40 2109 o e. Stewart. 67 15.50 Allison addition in Blytheville will Moss. 7 8 8 54 Barron a Lilly addition to Blytheville Bill Vanbibber 14 e 4 29 Currie 8. Grimmett Roll 15 50 Carrie s or Minett sell la i 79 Chicago Mill a lumber co. Revised plat n1 Block 5 a 6 to Blytheville o. S Roll Ison la 0 130 o s. Roll Ison 12 6 130 Chirka Awba gardens to Blytheville t e Mcbride. 7 2 13 02 Morris addition to Blytheville w t Matthews i a i. J. Of Brien sub l la. To Blytheville mrs Anthony .20 2 2 49 Edwin Robinson addition to Blytheville Pearl White. 4 4 3 05 luge Wilson. 6 13 2109 town of Manila Parkview addition to Manila c. E Snider la 5 162 the repair perfect for ladles footwear la our Niv invisible half sole. Clean smart looking with no nails or St Trees to injure Hose and a hermetically sealed sole joint with no Shana Strain. A it Ursa Douty show sh6 111 w a m fit i m s la. Wood and kindling Barksdale mfg. Co. Mouth Broadway memorial services held for Leachville Soldier Sergt. Vernon i. Young it. I Leachville who gave his life in the Battle for liberation of the Philippines was among the soldiers honoured recently in 32d division memorial services held at the american Certie a near Pintamo Poan on Leyte Island famous discovery acts fast on the kidneys a to ease painful bladder irritation caused by excess acidity in the urine thousands Are thanking or. Kilmer a swamp Root for helping them to remove the cause of needless getting up at nights. For this pure herbal Medicine originally created by a practising physician acts quickly to increase the flow of urine helps relieve backache run Down feeling uncomfortable symptoms of bladder irritation. Swamp Root is in scientific preparation. A combination of carefully blended herbs roots vegetables balsams. Absolutely nothing harsh or habit forming when you use or. Kilmer a Medicine. Just Good ingredients that act fast to bring you new Comfort Send for free prepaid Sample today like thousands of others you la be glad that you did. Send name and address to department a Kilmer a co., inc., bos 1255, Stamford Conn. Offer limited. Send at once All druggists sell swamp Root. Don Edwards a the typewriter Many Royal Smith Corona and Remington portable typewriters 118 n. 2nd Street phone 8882 every transaction most be satisfactory recapping and Vulcanizing All recapping strictly guaranteed. Quick service. In any size passenger car tire. Our holds will handle up to size 700x16 tires. All sizes of recapped passenger car tires for Sale ration free service station 12 years at main amp Lake Street Call 965 for pickup amp delivery service Larkin 7he be Yenxu 9viusiatce ardency first National Bank building blot Letoille a that Laa March 13, 1945 to the citizens of this area it is with much pleasure that i announce my association with the general insurance Agency and take up my duties in this Community which i have served in the insurance Field for the past twelve years. During this period i have observed the Progress of Blytheville and its Trade territory As it emerged from a farm Community to a thriving Industrial and agricultural Center. I with my family have moved to Blytheville to make it my permanent Home and look Forward in anticipation of the establishment of this business and myself As a part of the Community. The general insurance Agency represents several of the leading pm ire casualty and bonding companies in America and my Long experience in this Field renders this Agency in a position to properly appraise and adequately serve your requirements for insurance Protection. It shall be my constant desire to build this Agency on its merits of prompt and efficient service. The Agency is located in the first National Bank building at 211 second Street Telephone no. 2641, and will be open for business from 8 00 a. In. Until 6 00 p. In. With trained personnel on hand at All times to serve you. Very truly yours signed f. Vav. Whitner. Everything in insurance see. Call. Or write me for your Stoneville Cotton seed Swiff s Rod steer and nitrate fertilizers. Also seed sacks j. L. Terrell ill 8 i Lluy. Blytheville Ark. Pm. 2631 Cash paid used furniture any amount a from $1 to $10,000 Worth Alik Hardy furniture co. 301 i m in a pvt Here Lake St. Crashes into main phone 2302 Crawford service station s. Division amp City limits a phone 921 we Call for and deliver cars specialists in greasing tire repairs washing we be a few sets of seat covers left. W. It. A Jimh Quot Crawford j. L. Quot Joe co Ner j. L0uis Cherry representing new York life insurance co. Blytheville Ark. Ii guaranteed tire recapping 24 hour service and tire Bepat Wade Coal co. N. Hwy. A1 ceiling prices Ofeia 2w Quick expert Wash amp grease jobs 2 hour service tilt. It pairing Road service f. B. Joyner Corner second amp Ash Sis. Service station phone 2611 notice to property owners i v unites May be ruining your property. Call me to Check up without Cost or obligation. Wats mice and Roach control guaranteed work . Blankenship 309 e. Kentucky phone 2358 in Stock formerly very scarce steel Wool in i la. Packages. Pure shellac. Night latches. Padlocks hawaiian wigglers. Aluminium paint. Electric churns. Electric solder Irons. Shannon spinners. Aii in plentiful quantities at planters hardware co. 126 w. Main the Complete hardware store phone 515 drs. Nies amp Nies osteopathic physicians Recto diseases a specially except cancer office hours 8 00-12 00 and 1 30-5 00 clinic 514 main Blytheville Ark. Phone 2921

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