The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1947 · Page 3
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April 12, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THBBK SnyderAddresses Tornado Sweeps Panhandle Area Treasury Secretary Renews Promise of- Balanced U. S. Budget NEW ORLEANS, April 12. (UPt itiry cf the T/eiisury John iler said today the end ot ilii? fiscal year 13-17 would find the ; federal budget in bii'.ai-.ee. am 1 , moreover, "we are tjolng to have a I surplus." Snyder, addressing a Louisiana ! JacKson Day dinner at the HOOJO- ' velt Hotel, said "om- sirugijln tor! economic stability is net emireh'! won," but asserted the clnnxers of ruinous inflation have been mini- j mixed. ' The treasury secretary gave credit for (he budget ac'cmnjillshments to the policies o. r President Truman and the Democratic ac'ml'.ils- Uation. , "The President." he said, "has placed fiscal soundness ahead o' "iiy political expediency. He has strongly advocated a reduction in <<ur husje national debt dining this time °f hii/li national income." Snyder said the nation's budge*, expenditures w ei'e reduced from a peak of more than S 100,000.000,000 for the 1945 fiscal year to SG3.700.- OCO.IKO in fiscal 1910. He told the party uatliorins; that expenditures for the fiscal year 13-17 would be lower than the January estimate of S'! 2.500,000.0 00. "The president has recommended a further substantial reduction -to 831.500,000,000 lor fiscal 1D48." he said. Snyder pointed to WICHITA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA CITY "magnlfi- "INSURANCE" UNITEKINTUMNCE * WICHITA % "f AU5 • ' » WORTH DALLAS * Court Review Looms for Two Lcmey Vetoes Two Scientists Discover -i of preventing or conlrollinis the to stop extensive uf licniorrhiigcs which resulted t mm L i yn ' iniorrigcs w resue tor Hemorrhages from ntomlc bomb explosions In Ju- ''' Causcd by A-Bomb Blasts »"" . . , (muliiitlijii diseases ore expected CHICAGO. April 12. (OP)--Two lo rilllk foremost ninonil new modi- scientists who sliuU'd n l)tl\t injiilnst tal prnbleina.ln the ntomlc use. Ths Imuliutiun discuses u year before ',clrntlKls a'nld (hey had found Dint causes deattt If uncohlroned "blch Protamln*,' tp/Uttei*t from flsh eggK,,'lmB the iMDf!)' properties of (he dye, they MTHj raoCK. . ., .. _.... _ _. <W> wiii'lluM- Oov. Ilcn l/.iney'.i r (lie llrs.1 iilomle iximl) wns dropped u conimercinl dye'known us lolnl- during MMB. veto ot two bills iv.is.sed by the said Unlny they hud found n menus dlue Wile nets ns ,a clottlp; Australia shipped more than 3,000,000 bushels of apples overseas Over 150 persons were killed and at least 1000 were injured when a tornado cut a path through TCXIK and Oklahoma panhandles. Tornndo was born at While Deer, swept northeast to Canadian, leveled G!a/Ler, with'fires breaking out after il struck HigBlns. Hardest hit was Woodward, where half the town was blown away and unofficial reports place the munberof dead at over HO. (NBA Telcphoto.) BGth I'.rnoTHl assembly Is vull'd <iu- | pi'im-d headed for the courts today.! — In an opinion ye.slerday, Atty. 1 On. Ouy !•;. Wnumns overrode L:>- nej'V viHo of the measures. One would force Hie revenue commls- • loner to pram wholesale liquor licenses to uny i]uallfled applicant,, and (he 1 oilier would npinil Imte- J'endc'iK-e County's Initiated sr.ltiry act. Williams said the bills were delivered to the governor on Mardi 6 und should lu\vo fceen uvtciV u\>- rn within five days-or before the legislature acljournrd. The Rover- tior vetwd them M'.ireh 2(1, uder tuijnnnment of Ihe nsscmbly. The rnllmr held tlmt nveipts In tin 1 i^overiu'v'.s offU'n showe<l tlui bills were received Miirch 1C. al- Iliuunh oftieiiil leRislative records pave March (i ns the dnto of delivery. >Me:nr,vhlli>. Revenue Commissioner Olho i A. Cook suld he would consider the governor's veto ns valid am!,. coiHiniiP to IsMit! v:!)oli v .snle li'.Tinils as he has in the nast. He said, however, Uml he would welcome a test en.se. S-rretiiry of Stale C. O. Hnll said he would enter the bills In the Arts of 1<J41 with nn explanation of their nuesUonnble status. to Tackle Palestine Issue, Probably April 28 ;r Read Courier News Wont Ads. Revival Now in Progress! University Plans cently prosperous' 1 America. "And certainly we Democrats can take full pride in that fact." he said, i _ • I A J "for it lias been accomplished mi- dpCCIQI AWQfCS der the leadership of Democratic ' • |« • • presidents, suilcd by the principles rQI* iSOlODlGS of the Democratic party. 1 ' ' The secretary spoke of America's foreign economic policy as "one. commensurate with the position of i world leadership that of necessity falls to the most powerful nation in the world." He was continent the International monetary fund and the international bank would assume a major part In world reconstruction and development.' on fJie hb 1FAY.E7TTEVILIJE, Ark., (UP)—Secretary of the John Snyder wfts listed one of five persons who April 12. Legal Actions Tangled, But Felon Enters Prison •LITTLE ROCK. Alk., April 12. (UP)—The maze of legal proceeding!: in the ctise of Jack McAllister of Van Biircn became more ceive honorary degrees at the University of Arkansas' 75th annual commencement here June 0. Others are U. S. Senator William J. Fuforight of Payetteville, Miss Jobelle. Holconibe, Emeritus professor of English at the university; Treasury, tangled today following n hearing lodnv ns 1 in Pulnskl Circuit Court yesterday. Circuit Judge Lawrence C. Anten ruled that he retains jurindic- re- tion over a habeas corpus petition filed <jy McAllister. He set April 18 as tile date for the final hearing. His action, however, did not go unchallenged. Alt. Williams filed nn Gen. Guy application Arkansas Supreme Court asking for a writ of prohibition to restrain Judge Auton from holding tlie final hearing. Meanwhile, MOAllister Is serving two years in the penitentiary af- Cyarence Burns of FY>rt Smith, ed- ,, itor of the Southwest American and- Times Record^ nnd Dr. \\- bert Francis Blskeslee of Smith College. Northampton. Mass. Miss Holcoir.fie. who taught at the university for 40 years, will be '»" £•"" £' JJ '"^''oTi the first woman- ever to receive ^/Silt "vUh'nte^t to kill, in honorary degree from the ^ ho supl . cmc Court Tmlrs[ln j J^wlnle offic^. of Ouachita ^Jfg^.^^r- /nt^nyder ^Z&Z ~£2- *'„£"'lo^ln^rtaon 'tern duatmg exerc.ses May 28 and re- an( , P nstracl f ™ a ; p P lcnSt | on fo: ceive '"" "~ " - " ~ :grc boro. Ark. Brig. Gen. E. L. Compere, former state adjutant general and director of Selective Service in Aransas, also will receive an honor- * Almost every hour In the day you will find a gooil use for the "Jeep" as a rrnck, light tractor, runabout or mobile power unit. With its mighty Willys-Overlain! "Jeep" Engine and powerful -{-wheel- Jrivs, you can go jimst anywhere in a "Jeep," on or off the road ... in fair weather or in r oul. Get a "Jeep" on the job. It -will pull plows, harrows, seeders, mowers; tow 5,500-lb. trailed payloacls; haul 800 Ibs. The "Jeep" will-carry men and tools ,:cross town or to hard-to-get-at places in a jiffy. Wherever it goes, its power take-off is ready to run your machinery right' on the job. Come and see what ihe amazingly versatile 4-purpose "Jeep'' can do '!or you. AT on honorary doctor of laws n wril , of }, nb eau Syndcr .was Horn in Jones-. hl circuit Cou ,.,.. rpus in Pulas- *i't.i<J **i ^ LAKE SUCCESS. N. Y.. April 12. (UP)—United Millions officials se- eetcd April 28 today ns the prob- nWe opening date for the special "ifrri-al Assemrnv i-esr-ioii In heuiti lelmte on the future of Palestine. . Twenty-two of the required ail 'iiclnr.ieincnts of n sweln] nssetnlily ;cs.slon nsked by Britain had been •ecelvcd nt UN headciuavters lhl« norulng. six more of Hie fin united mtlnas wj-re exper-ied to send their MKlorsementK In the next u hours, Jrovldhijr the necc.ssurv inujniuy. The HiK Plve powers were re- 'orte,| agreed |bat (hey must sit in Hie rnrt-ftndii'.g boni-d, which ; )robnbly will make nn on-'ho-s'--^ study of condlllons in vlolence- Iclden Pnlestlue. Hiv, Delink' Murc:m Church of the Hazarene First dnd Sycamore Rev. Bennie Morgan Service 7:30 p.m. each evening If you come once, you will come again! SUNDAY SERVICES: 9:3 -° :45 °- m p.m. Negroes Present Proaram 'Pupils of the fifth Bradc at William B. Harrison Negro SDhool •xry doctor of laws degree nt Qua- \ climaxed the study of Eish found chitn. He is an alumnus of the in the United states yesterday with school and n member of the board a fish dinner. Legislators Take Trin To See Votinq Machines LITTLE ROCK. Ark., April 12. (UP) —Five members of tho 1917 House of representatives left Arkansas todiiy for Lansing., Mich., and Mndlson, Wl.s., to observe two electric voting machines in operation. The action was taken prior to Insinuation of a .similar system in the A'ikaiisas House. The ftfith General ARseinbly nulliorlzid the machine and provided u tax of two cents n gnlljn on liquor to pay for ill. Members of the committee mak- Injf the trip are Reps. Carroll HnlrenMvocth nf Bradley, Coumy. V. L. Ward of Lre County, James rjatr.rAell of Cnrlnnd County, dwin Cash of Hot Fpring CDimty ul Max I-Iowell of Pulnski County. of trustees. Frciaht Rate Increase Testimony is Studied TjITTILE. ROCK, Ark., April 12. OUPl—The Arkansas PuTolic Service Commission today began its study of 36 voluminous statistical exhibits and the testimony of 16 witnesses on an application for increased interstate freight rates. The railroads of Arkansas asked the increases of 14 per cent on agricultural products and livestock and 20 per cent on other items. Their six witnesses contended that increased costs made it necessary to have rate raises. Opposing the raises were 10 Arkansas business men, contractors, manufacturers, and jprocluccrs sand, gravel, bauxite and oil. The cluss of 60 .pupils, representing the five group, brought various types of fishes. Songs ot each section were presented before grout) singing of "America, the Beautiful" closed the program. of Neqro Deaths 'MatLie Lane, 61, of Hennondalo, Mo., Community, died Friday nt her home. Fun real scrvics will ba held Tucsriacy. 12:30 o'clock, nt Onk Grove Baptist Church in Hcr- m oiid til e wit h He v. W. H, Mosby .pastor, officiating. Burial vlll be In Oak Grove Cemetery. She wiig the wife of Sim Lant? and is also survived by two sUte/s nnd a brother. Cnston Funeral Home is \v. charge POOLE MOTOR COMPANY Formerly HOLLY MOTOR CO. ELLIS POOLE, Owner and Operator Phone 49 Steclc, Mo. Low Collection Costs LITTLE ROOK. Ark., April 12. tUP)—^Revenue Commissioner Otho A. Cook pointed with pride today to the cost of collecting money during the 3D-day race meet just concluded at Hot "Springs. 'He said the state spent $2,896 this season ;o collect JS59.033, as compared with $3,022 last year to collet $591,538. NOW at— Liberty Cash Grocery OIVK US TTIIS DAY ... OUR DAILY 1JREAI) For bread the merchant labors lony and late; For bread the beggar goes from ?;.'itc to gritc. For bread the sailor loses hearth :in:E norm?, A thousand, thousand miles brr;ul-scckors roam. For bread arc weddings made and .sermons sairf; Of all good things, the first and best Is bread. —By Arthur Guitennan BUY... X' _^ Downuflake DOI1UTS Giv| tha family »omelhing To grow or>. glow on, be1w*en mcols. DOV/NYFIAKE Donuti cio rich in hone\t-lo-gcorfncii nou'fihfnceit , -toile lika dream donuli.too. The OOWNV- | FlAKi machine moVc* 'cm .'ighT bt(o/c you -Irci", end holE 'firmer Exhibits Tiny Foq 'hoped Like a Bowling Pin An CBS, the shape of n bowling in, was i>xhihltr<i ycslcrduy I" 1 !'• i. Onicoy, farmer of the Yurbro ommunity. The egg, which »ns cnly '! .-4 ichcs in diameter at the Inrpjest nd nnd 1 3-4 Inches In rilnmc 1 ' 1 ' 1 t the smallest end. wns only 2 1-4 nchcs in lencth. The lnrgcr end ,'as shaped likr an ordinary •ith exception of linnig flat on Ihe nd. .'<":'! A neck of nbout 1-1 Inch in cnglh. Joined the larger end to the mailer end giving th[; pgg n lii ng pin appearance. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH 600 So. Lake St. Presented by Young People From Seven Churches 7:30 O'clock sse THEM MADE AT... 1 Plain Donuts Dozen 30° Sugared Donnls Do?;cn Gla/ed or Frosted Dozen 40 Other Ways Advertising Helps You: Read How Advertising, by Selling the Products of American Industry, Makes Your Job Secure, and Creates New Jobs for the Coming Crop of Youngsters f. Brings you beHer goods for ten money. 2« Makes shopping niorcpleat- ant and »otler. 3, Mas given us lh» world's highest standard of living; T HINK fonck over the joba you've lield. When sales were bad, there were pny-cuts, layoffs, fear, worry. When sales were good, there were raises, advancement., hope, ch"er. The old men didn't "fear tho axe." There was plenty of hiring of youngsters to train for the expanding business. Advertising sol la goods. That's its job. And more sales mean more work to do—right from the factory to the farms ami mills and mines, to the thousand nnd one firms that directly or indirectly depend on that factory's •success. More sales mean better business— more and better jobs, more security, greater opportunity. And advertising is a spark plug tliat makes sales. So always remember—today, tomorrow— advertising 13 making your job more secure. ^ er sfuiHCTMOttf GOODS TO MOSt PfOPlf A d vie r ti s i n a Br $ *" MI f^\M If ^1 I 191 liy « • •. r0 M Mq ke s y o u r j p b m o re BLYTHEVILLE COURIER MEWS

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