The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1946 · Page 9
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THURSDAY. APRIL lS/19<ir> BLYTHEV1U,K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Meat Production Expected Higher But Shortages Will Continue Through Remainder Of Year Gay Bunnies Spread Easter Joy § WARIIINOTON, April 18. (UP) — Hie Government warned housewives Wednesday that they slill would have lo scramble for meat during the remainder of the year although production was expected to lop 1945. 'The Agriculture Department said competition for moat would continue slroiiK as n result of large Government export purchases and high consumer purchasing power. Pork supplies .should contlmir! slightly larger than a year ago. H said, but mutton will be scarcer because of a, sharp decline In the 1946 lamb crop. The Department indicated thai large quantities of beof were tiain^ to the black market when it said thai total beef klllim; remained high nllhough production of Federally inspected meal, had fallen sharply. Total 1346 meal production was estimated at, 22,508.000,000 pounds, or slightly more than the 19-15 out- Put of 22,527,000.000 pounds. Th c department said civilian supplies during (he current, three months would be -somewhat less! Ulan during Ihe first, quarter of the ""-me. l«c menu should be pleas- year although Ihey will be higher.'"B n ' !<i satisfying, and the table than n year ngo. I beautifully arranged. Spread your Total meat allocations during lh o t ilo ' c willi your best, floral-paltcrn- .current quarter will be 5.^60.000,000 ccl Irish linen cloth. Raster means f j •worked on the l>ep|x>r 1)111, Ihu Kliokfsmmi wild. The commission proposed a primitive, dlntfuostlc nml remedial pnxirum for these Vhlldrcu to be or>eratecl on a national sc«le tlmt will reach not only unilllte* who cannot afforil the medtcnl nttcnllon ot apeclnllslit hut, also the mint ureus and communities where facllltlei mid specialists lire unavailable. many c»s«. the bureau aatd, labeled "stupid" children are be- Propose Aid To Children With Hearing Defect WASHINGTON (Ui>>— The Children's Bureau of Ihe Labor Department, is pinning Its hopes on Ihe Pepiwr Wclfnre bill lo give some much-needed addition lo the defective hearing of 1,000,000.000 school children. According to n, recent survey, n bureau spokesman said, nt least 1,000.000,000 children suffer from some form of deafness and "relatively Illiie is being done lo enable Ihese children lo overcome ft very real life handicap." ; Funds Nuw Urn I led i The Maternal and Child Welfaro bill, sponsored by Sen. Claude I'cb- Pi'r. D., Flu., would give $25.000,0011 , , as a starter lor crippled children Bl '" nl W " 1|U1 **' "" expansion ol llw and S20.000 for child welfare. The "J "^..^^..^^"^ ^ PAD* ciuisc ilii'i- Impairment Is not recognized. The so-called childhood discuses cause about 40 per cent or Ihe rases ntul resultliiK deafness could be prevented It proper ciue were administered, it nitdcd. Further loss of liemliiH can oden be checked, )t said, and al the very least the children could bo tuufiht Up-reading, or equipped with hear Ing devices, The proposed nation-wide pro- "Kabblts in a briar satch—(or Easter moraine brunch Uble.' HY GAYN'OK MAIinOX i Waffle* NEA Staff Writer (Mah(x 4 ,„ 5 ,, )Ur .. w ,,„„ waffks) Two cups slftcn noiir. 2 (en- spoons double-acting baking powder, ': teaspoon salt, 3 e;;g yolks, we In place of (he elaborate traditional Easier dinner, ninny Americans, In this yenr of famine for Children's Bureau is now operating on S3.870.000 annually. This, the spokesman said, has lo be used (or obvious physicnl defects such as those resulting from Infantile paralysis. While the WaRner-Murray-Dln- (;ell public henlth bill n.ssures «1>- propriations "us required" for child health, the spokesman added, no specific amount is named. Seven states have "effective" liuvs requirlns hearinu test* for school children, the bureau said. ing provided under the Social Security program through stivle heallh ami crippled children's miencles. Many stales, Ihe bureau said, hnvo the need of such services and would KO ahead with the work If they could i:el funds nnd personnel. war-lorn areas, arc Invltim: friends befilen, HI cups milk.'B Tablespoons " bllt " (> sllllc lllls complete testing lo Busier morning brunch. Although savins food Is pounds ns compared with 6.02U.!100.- .000 durinc the first tliree inunlhs and . r i.:i 1C, 700.000 (luring the corresponding period of 1D45. Of the total. 4.558,400.000 pounds or 05 per cent of the total will go to civilians. 314.400.000 pounds lo the armed forces and 487.700,000 pounds or nine per cent to foreiKii shipments and u. s. territories. The civilian per capita consumption will bc about y-1 pounds a year. .lusticc 'Too Nervous' KNOX CIIAPEb. Pa. (UPi—Jns- licc of the Peace I.. M. MeMurray had tliree reasons for denying himself n kiss from the bride: 1. His first Iling at (ho squire business made him "nervous about it all." 2. He was just recovering from Ihe flu. 3. Thc bride atui ^room were "close, friends" of the squire. bunnies to millions ol youngsters— and adults—so try this: Perch two Easter rabbits in a brier thicket patch arranged in a shallow round dish filled with sand. A nrtallev dish set on top of an inverted custard cup provides the height the bunnies deserve. Spring blossoms interspersed among clusters of green foliage complete the Easter centerpiece. Here's a special menu for the Easter brunch: broiled grapefruit, waffle with creamed chicken, currant jelly, coffee. mcllcd butter or other shortening, 3 egg whites. Sill flour once, mcfmsure iidd baking powder nnd sail, and sift Combine egg yolk.s and milk. Add lo flour mixture, add shortcn- IIR. then mix only until smooth. Deal egg whites until ihey will inld up in moist peaks. Stir quickly but thoroughly into batter. Bake in hot waffle iron. Serve ivllh creamed chicken uushrooms. sweetbreads, or sofl scrambled CRES There are some 10,000.000 semiprecious stone hllnter.s in the United States, most of them amateurs. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that A. 13. Hall has made application to erect a SO'.xTO' concrete block building on lot 18 block 15 Davis Addition to the City of Blytheville, said building to bc used as a garage and display room. I-'runk Whit worth . . '-. -..-,., City.Clerk;. ' ' " " * Insurance of every kind Phone 3545 W. J. Pollard New Red Envoy Commercial tneklnc optrtttou In Wyoming increased considerably In the p«ut 10 years a* thown by th« amount of collection* of commercial vehicle compenaatory leea, which totaled W10.963 In 1MI, M compared to »! 10^0« In int. Nikolai V. Novlkov, ubovc, has been appointed Russlim umbas- sador to the Uniled Stales. Novi- kov, former churifc d'aiTnlies mid minister-counselor In Wnsh- inslon, replaces Andrei A. Grnmyko, who will devote his undivided ollenlian to the activities of the UN Security Coimrli. for all school children." The bureau named 10 states with programs for hnrcl-of-heaiinj; children, "but nowhere In Iho coimtiY Is such follow-up care being provided for all children." The American Sricictv for (he Hard of Hca'r- iiB recently reported that of 300,000 children needing tip-reading instruction In public schools, ubuui 20.0UO ar ( , getting II. Seek National 1'rngrani The National Commission on Children in Wartime, a group of child health and welfare leaders, NOTICE- Mrs. Robert M. Graves Now has the Authorised Agency for the Electrolux Cleaner and Air Purifier For Your New Cleaner or Supplies Call 2650 COLGATE TOOTH PASTE 25c & 37c KIRBY DRUG STORES 0. MAIN AT SECOND — BROADWAY-DIVISION BLYTHEVILLE ARKANSAS <ft<j«enci^ S)nuj Store D.D.T. Household SprayH 15am nnd Slock Sprny.H Bombs Powder Complete Stock $1.00 FITCH SHAMPOO DtnJntl C TAMPAX SANITARY TAJOONS 29 e BUY 1MTKR«AT!ONAL POULTRY FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES Full strength . . . Opportunity Days! I Duck SOFT CUDDLY EASTER TOYS $*).!!) I POCKET COMBS Regular lOc value . . Opportunity Days' . V-f.».< l Easier SO.19 1 I Rabbit 0 I 100 ASPIRIN 33 fURE 5-GJUIN TABLETS <L, n ,,< 2) .^J+J $1.10 S.M.A. in lots of 6 Single Can 9Sr, $1.25 Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND PHILLIPS' SOe MILK OF M4GNESU— Smoof* _ ,TT~ -^;-- . . . ,. - Mk A •» Fiti Shampoo & Bath Spray tubing . Ideal lot home shampoo and bath. BUY TWO /or the price of ONE 49% FORMULA 20 SHAMPOO MtLD-CIcansing — Docs not dry natural hair oils! (-OUNCE ftOTUES Cleanses thoroughly ^^. leaves hair sillr.&oft. *»ii«r to manage. MEDICINE CHEST 25c Soolfcin? ' CALAMINE LOTION Slcm -- 1QC .. . iy 47= 49 e vu. IOTTLE 14' t.ui..; took r ou , B,,!' NU-COLOR Restores Color 8<niifi ft r *,, Hair color restorer CITRATE MAGNESIA 19 COLGATE DENTAL CREAM PACQUINS HAND CREAM Big Bar gun Rot 54 MODESS NAPKINS OQc . UU Deodorant (or Kith in S tnd G YEAST-IRON COMPOUND •1.20 S.S.S TONIC AiJ la » In flliw for Sprr'm/ SULPHUR CRUM •f TARTAR TABLETS 36 for only Ktlitftf $tom*<fc Acidity? . BISMADINE , * POWDER ' Prompt, JootfirnJ V^ 1^^^ Forms protective coiling ^ ^^^^_^^^^^^^^ mm Read Courier H«w» Want Adi. Londyt'' Beauty Shop 2003 W. Main St. Phon* 3990 lJtndy» Rowlett FOR SALE Concrat* C«lvw* Tlta Sius 12 i*. to 36 in. A. H Webb Hwy. «1 at SUt« UM Phone: Biythcrtll* 714 BONDED AND INSURED 24-Hour TAXI SERVICE CALL ' 968 Bill Wunderlich KallrMd StrMt _ t*u E.biOMn-1 Dnf 8Un We IUTC ln*h fnmnt meal and chicken chop*, fin* *r coarao. Hay and mixed (round fttds. Aim oiutom 8««th Second LANGLEY & SON OB Old B*rtl« Ola Lot ~l\)XE CAR IMPAIRING BY EXPERT MECHANICS For All Makes of Cars Our complete oervlco includes ... Motor Tni»e-Up, Motor Overhauling, Brake Adjustment and re-lining. Electrical Repairing, Radiator Repair*, and Oil Change. Don't Wail I We will pay you the top ca«h prlc« for your car. Drive in today. Get the «a»h. We Are Approved Rlytheville Dealers DESOTO - PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complete stock of Genuine , ., VChrysl«r and Packard'Parta 5 ' SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMORE—Owner Corner Franklin & Walnut Phone 886 or 3534 FOR SALE 2000 BUSHELS RALSOY SOY BEANS Planted from SUtc C*rtifl«d g«ed 50 Tons Alfalfa Hay D. &P. L. 14 Cotton Seed EARL MAGERS De/f, Arkansas Phone 635 Radio Sales & Service Felix A. Carney 138 East Main Phone 3616 Phillip. KoUnM.0 B«TU» - F<Vx Can») Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but monlh after month. Ask about thU plan SHOP *.rj>. Scrrtc* PK 01 Itra. 1. H. (MM) WUtt Approved Avery Sales and Service. Let us repair and service your Avery equipment. FOR SALE Funk's G Hybrid Seed Corn Cotton Hoes Cultivator Sweeps OWENS TRACTOR CO. A. C. OWENS, Owner & Mgr. 112 N. Franklin 3617

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