The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1946 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE BLYTIIliVILLB (AUK.) COIMIEK NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1M6 USED CARS WANTED W« will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If ync are going (o keep your present car let us give you an estimate on reconditioning your motor, body and painting. Credit terms can he arranged. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmobiie. Bast Main St. CMC Trucks Phone 519 EMERSON ATTIC FANS Are Available Again £• < AT PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., INC. 4% FARM LOANS Farm loans made to fit your individual needs. Our re-payment privilege granted all borrowers. Lot ua explain our Pre-Payment Reserve Plan. NO EXTRA CHARGES - NO APPLICATION, APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION If we arrange a loan with you it is good business for us to make it fit your needs because farm loixns are a good investment dnly when they are good for the farm owner. . NOBLE GILL AGENCY Glencoe Bldg. Phone 3131 II Out of Order? Wishing, Greasing, 1'olisliing All Standard Products Phone 2611 • Our mechanics arc Nnl Factory , Trained—l>ul They arc GOOD! • Their work is CUJAUANTEKD! • Their Prices are KKASONAHUC! • They are well equipped lo do I>i(;ht Repair Work on any make of Car or Truck! • They Guarantee lo SATISFY! NEWT SHOKT in Charge of Garage. MARK'S Auio Service Prompt Road Service Grain Exports Hit Homefront Supplies of Meat Government Official Say Livestock Men Need Not Become Alarmed. BY OKANT I>IM,MAN United Pi-ess Staff <;<irr«S)iuiirtnnl WASHINGTON. Mlly 2. tUI'i — A government spokesman Kfiiil to- rluy tlmt (lie world food crisis :<]>- parpiilly hns wiped out liny clmiw of Americiin.s geUlnj; more meat next year although llicy prubuljly won't yet k-ss. The .spokesman pool) - poohci! iniKcs tlmt livestock men would 30 forced lo slaughter their herds intliscrimlnuU'ly because the KOV- ennnent wiis snapping up ovei'V possible busiiel of firain for relief export under Us new bonus pliin. A wholesale livestock sliiiiKhtor would result in n tomnorary mur- kel Hint and a long-mugc shor'.- :IRO. White conrcdinK that total moat .supplips would be down from five lo 10 Her cent next year because of oilier factors, the spokesman said the situation next year would be relieved by the fact llic armed forces would be smaller nnd would need less meat. Although these men silll require meat as civilians, he said, Ihey will eat less than when they were In uniform. The result, he said, will be that Americans should Ret about the same amount of meat next year as they are receiving now. Mcamvhilc. Chester c. Davis, head of the President's Famine Emergency ConmHtt.ee, caixtloned Ihe nation IhiU it should be thinking about how to meet the world's food needs in lfl-17, He snid there would be a breathing spell this summer but Hint famine would be back next winer. "The present food shortages have been .seriously aggravated by 1 drought in many parts ol the world," Davis said, "but even with od weather (he wartime destruc- ot Agriculture facilities will fell for a long time." The Agriculture Department, in new slep to conserve grain, has lilted distillers to three days of eir normal grain mashing capa- ty during May. The action was :pcc:ted to save move than 1,000,0 bushels of grain. They had ecu limited to five days. 'Doodlebug' to Carry Mail — I '*•' High School Fraternity Issue to Supreme Court LITTLE HOCK, Ark., May 2. (U.P.- — The Arknraas Supreme Court today took under consldera-! lion nil appeal by a group o! Little Rock citlwms a decision by a Pultiskl circuit Court that the City Hoard of Education has the rglht to ban hifh school fratem-l Jlios nnd sororities. ] However, no decision was ex-1 pected until F v .ill, ns the Court [ plans to take Its summer recess in ; July and will not have time to! study the voluminous GOO-pagel transcript of testimony taken hi the trial court. The famoul "Little Hock Fraternity case" was read across the nation last year when an Irate Bi-oup of citizens failed in their attempts to prevent, the school board from enforcing restrictions on fraternities and sororities. Koom N. y.— Sharp turns have been eliminated and the mile (rack at Good Time Park, home of the Hambletonlan, has been widened to % feet in the home stretch. J.os Angeles is tile "guinea pig" city where Uncle Sam will test out plans to use helicopters to speed up mail service. Arrows from piano show outlying communities which will be served by, tlic flying "doodlebug." _ ' : i| State Employe Killed MTTLE ROCK. Ark., May 2. UJ.P.)—Chories Howard, 21-year- old employe of the Stale Dairy Farm was killed yesterday by n hit and run driver. His body was found bv n Texas motorist Ivim; bi-sUir; Hi^hwav 70 in North Little Rock. I'ulaski Sheriff Gus Caple said that an investigation was launched /Immediately to identify the driver of the vehicle. Ash at Second Crash Victim Dies • I'INE TiLUPF. Ark., May 2. (U.I*.)—Tonimie McGrew. 21-year- it! war veteran died yesterday of injuries suffered in an automobile accident here last night, Don Quick, an occupant of the ear. still is in a Pine Bluff hospital but is not believed to be seriously injured. Whero Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will iirrnngu to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. SHOP r.Tjo. Srrriee We Deliver Anywhere Ph. Ml Mn. 1. M. (Mao) WUltatM, »ner Utei For River-Washed ATTENTION LADIES Cash Paid for Men's, Women's and Children's Used Clothing and Shoes. 415 W. AsSi St. SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Aha jell Good Black Sandy Loam Dirt for Fills Larkin Service Station 219 East Main St. K. M. J.arkin — .iuien Holmes Read Courier News Waul Ads. Anderson Acts To Curb Black Market in Meat WASHINGTON, May 2. (UP) Vgi'icultiuc Secretary Clinlon P. nduvson told Congress yesterday lie vould frivor abandonment of con- rols over meat in 00 days if present; government efforts to slop the black narket are not effective. He said he considered the recen -p.sl oral ion of quotas for men slaughterers "as a last elTorl" t< conquer the meat black market. T .his is not eilecUVR, he said, "we'll iave In try some thing else." He appeared before the Senate Banking Committee considering a I •IcC' control extension bill. •, ; Sen. John H. Bankhead, D., Ala., asked Anderson how long; it \vouWi take to determine whether the quota controls \vcrc effective. "Ninety days," Anderson said, adding thai "if yon can't do something in 90 days then I say we'll have to abandon it." POULTRY FKKSH DRKSSKI) DAILY FRYERS CUT UP Buy Ihc entire Fowl or Just the Pieces You Want Ask Us for Our FRESH Infertile Yard Kugs. Garden-Fresh Produce Received Daily We Stock a Wide Variety of Pickles, Olives, Jams, Jellies Cuts ACDADJIfHIC AU Gn ' ( ' n Jintl SncarsHOrllllHUllO All White SPEARS The Variety Grocery — Come imd See Pickard's Gro. & Market '•Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawba Avc. Turn Chicks into ^CHECKS* with Scientifically Balanced INTERNATIONAL POULTRY FEEDS Oil Executive Purchases Interest in Race Track nOSTON. May 2. (UP)—A four- nit n syndicate purchased control if Suffolk Downs Race Track at public auction today for the uu- prccrdontrd price of $3,600,000. The group of successful bidders mrludrtl: William A. Helis, wealthy New Orleans. La., oil man. •I. Arthur Warner of Greenwich, Conn., a broker operating in New England, New York and Pennsylvania. Thomas a"d John C. t'Hppns. wealthy Boston brothers engnped !n the grocery nn<l Importing business. ?. ",-/»W-_ -* Sturdy Grdwtfi.wHh UT ER N ATI OlTfti, COMMUNITY Itarm & Gmwet 'Get plenty ot 9^ • • ' . ' . * . .... Top-Quality Egg!& . .. . Fieed INTERNATIONAL Special Egg Producer (All jH*SH BUY IMTERMATIONAL POULTRY FEEDS At «OV«» 1X1 MILLION •m'V ALOtAov tOLD THIV MUST DC GOOD FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES dated /his beautiful chrom plated r double bar Co- * grille guard. a -'J For only.. IAU-PEIN HAMMER Drop forged steel. PEDAL PAD Screw on type pedal pacMor all V8 Fords. 5 PIECE OPEN END WRENCH SET With batteries scarce as they are today don't take chances in ruining yours wifti a bad generator. Replace it todayl every car shoirld nave one or Ineso handy S piece wrench sets in (h*> r tool box. Wade of v SPARK PLUGS \ set of these * nationally famous Plugs fc>da> at Is unusually low price. In sets of 4 or more WATER PUMPS .-, Why take chances witn ruining your entire engine a faulfy water pump y/hen if can bo replaced for so liHEe. FOG LAMPS aulo accfdents nignf driving ;„ bad lner with a sot of pproved fog lames , AUTO POLISH in Aulo po'isri <and waxes your car In one operation. Re sfores new car appearance 49c We hand's a complete line 'of cylinder liaad and other gasVsts for all popular cari atjoxtrcmely low pricos.i 'Other modeli proportionately low. t DASH SWITCH SOUTHERN AUTO STORES CARL BRYANT, Manager Phone 3421 .. . H3 5V«t Main St, '-Y.A

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