The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 13, 1944
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WEDNESDAY, DKCKMBKR 13, 1044' Insurance Men Favor Control Through State UTTLK ROCK, Dec. 13. (UP)_ Hie Arkansas Association of Tn- huruncc Agents 1ms adopted n resolution urging legislation Placing control of the insurance business in the hands of the slates. Dele&iles to the annual mill-year association convention at Little Rock Monday niloptocl Hie resolution in tin effort to keep Arkansas Iran losing some one million dollars in revenues received annually BIAT1IKVJLLE COURIER NEWS- from Insurance taxes. A recent u. S. Supreme court ruling held llml fire insurance is interstate commerce anil subject to federal control. Ami slate officials Imve expressed fear that the rullne would make state taxation of insurance premiums illegal. The Insurance men also condemned government subsidized, tax-free co-operatives In a resolution urging enactment of federal nnd slate liuvs providing for equality of taxation of nil business. The resolution said that co-operatives and mutual agencies have nn julvniilnge over private enterprise since they are tax-free. President Robert Maxwell of Tex- arkaiia presided. Road Improvements Planned For Arkansas LITTLE "UOCK, Dec. 13. (UP — Arkansas Highway Department Director \v. w. Mitchell says postwai plans for Arkansas call for 2400 miles of paving and road Improvement to cost some BO million dollars Mitchell says plans are completc< for waving State Highway S Iron the Faulkner county line north ti U. S. Illgliwny G4. nn inu'omnloti'cl si rip on which work was begun In 1932. The highway director says all bill 2S5 miles of the stale's IJOUO miles, of gravel roads are Included in the proposed paving project. T/«AIdi</jF6/ J O.hecsi model Giumiiinn IIF.l I CAT hghicr, in aaion wich il,c fleet in ilic 1'jcilic , greater gasofmesfor your postwar car PHILLIPS VAST RESOURCES of raw materials ... and Phillips long years of peacetime research . : . have not only made the company one of the nation's largest suppliers of LOO- octane aviation gasoline, but have placed it among the top-ranking producers of butadiene for synthetic rubber.With today's ever-increasing emphasis on the chemical production of new and better things from petroleum, let the Phillips 66 Shield remind you that Phillips refineties, in addition to producing gasolines, lubricants, and fuel oils . . . arc also gigantic chemical ///attts pouring out weapons foe victory: T^^^~ ~-^f raflht Fulim, <fe$!gnc<i j>y.Mirtiil i Scull, K.Y Entertain GIs During Holidays PACK FIViS Economy Group Will Co-operate With Officials UTl'Ui; JJOCJC. Doc. III. (U1>|— The Hoard of Din-dors uf OK- Arkansas Public K,V|>i'i)illlim>.i Ciiiiiicll lias adopted a resolution plediO"!' support to Clovi'rnor-ek'ii Hpii l,n- lU'y mid nil other state officials ami members of (he U-RlslaHirn In nil practical moves for eflk-k'iicy In government, The adopted resolution calls fur support of (liu sini,, oflldnls and iiitmbrrs of Icjjlslului-o In "every practical move on Ihelr part to secure eftlclcnc.)' In the operation of our state government with a result- t; benedl to all taxpayers." , .. , Califoi-nliin (Seotgc Marillfclan will cnleruln ii'tmmlcd on I'lirislrnas Day. BY (iAVXC)lt .IIADDOX N'i:,V SI air Writer On Ctnistnias, every wounded boy In uniform who can sqnee/e Into Him ]•'nil id sco's colorful Omar Khayyam restaurant will be guest of the owner Cieoritv Mardlklan, one of our lustiest IHievm in i;oud cut- Ing for a happier America. Hero's Oorci-'s menu for his soldier guests tills Christmas, He says roast B< iose with sauerkraut Is eaten in Ceulml Kuronc on Chrlsl- IIIHS day. even by foyiilty. He suys tllut fresh fruit should be placed on the lablp. not only for Hppcar- aiice, Lilt because it's flue n iUi, 8 for boih children and ndult.s-. Also SHBiji'sIs baked iirapefmtl ivllli Maraschino juice. green .salad with Omar's dressing, roust duck or roast «oose with . sauerkraut, Ilalgugim string bi-aiis, leek saute, trull frlt- lOrs. Iliiiisl Goose With Kiiuerkriiiif' One yoose of about 12 pounds. 1 cup tomato juice or sauce, 2-3 cup sherry, 4 sprigs celery, 1 large cut carrot, 3 cups water, 3 tablespoons salt. '; teaspoon pepper, crust 1 tablespoon xoosc fat, 1 large onion, 'J pounds Miuerknml, la iea- .vpuons caraway seeds. 1 large potato. \. i-nj) w'aler. Put carrot and celery Into the bird. Pry onion In fat, add sinier- xmm nnd Rratcd potato. Then add caraway seeds, salt, pepper and wa- ler. Tin u l;ir<| over every Imlf hour. After Hi hours, take out of oven. Take awjiy cnrrots mid celery and stull It with sauerkraut and potato stuffing, Let it roust for miother bour, dry, without any Juice. Frill! Kritlers 'I'wo eggs, t pint milk, >i cup siiKiir, •> tablespoon's unking powder, 3 cups Homy 1 tablesiHiun oil, 1 teaspoon vjiullln extract. U«K cgRs. add sunai', milk, and oil, uiul stir uV'll. SIR (lour n iui .. powder, together, Add'to egg mixture ami bc.-ii unlll smooth. Mil frying pirn Imlf full of pcnuut oil, or frying nit. and heal-milll very hot. Dili fruit Into batter ami drop Into hot fat. Pry until golden brown Remove carefully so as not to break Building Plan Given Approval Funds Will Be Sought For Permanent Home For Livestock Show LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 13. (UP) — flic Arkansas Livestock Show Association's legislative program to Main funds for construction of inrinaiient buildings on the association's Little Rock show grounds lin-s been approved by the Arkansas Deef Cattlemen's Association. Tlie Cattlemen's Association, holding Its nmuial meeting at Little Rock Tuesday, adopted a resolution urging the. 10l!i Arkansas lef/i.slalim' to accept the show association's request for $1751000 to be used in building the structures. Before adjourning, the association elected J. C. Hupp of Me- JUST ARRIVED! Two Huge Shipments of &^s ^ —You'll find we've the best selection of toys in this area — but S H 0 P EARLY, they're going fast! Here art a few of Hie new arrivals: >v-*,V l**T £7 ,S Nf^' ^ 'T-%^ " ^ ^ />«?H; w> x < 4-- x, \ *, '"-_! .^inmiM'"- Qit* $ "/i Baby Dolls Up to $10 Stuffed Giraffes 3.50 DoH Carts 3.50 Parachute Dolls 3.50 Costume Dolls 6,50 Dofl Bassinettes 5.75 Doll Bunk Beds 3.50 Doll Folding Beds 2.50 Doll Cradles 2.95 Archery Sets 1.95 Blackboards 1.39 up Doctor's Kits 1.50 up Army Nurse's Kits 3.50 Modeling Cloy Sets 1.50 Soldier Suits 3.95 Sturdy Scooters 2.25 Toy Trucks 3.95 Large Airplanes 4.50 Bombing Sets 1.95 Toy Guns ..'...: 1.50 U p 4 WIDE SELECTION OF, GAMES FOR ALL THE FAMILY! anters Hardware incorporated 126 W. Main Phone 515 Gclice us president nntl J. E. Ft'lkcr of Rogers vice president. M. W. Mul- (trcnv or I.lttlc nock, stnte -extension uiilnml husbiimtinim. wns clios- en KMrclni-y^trciisnrer. Knink lliul- son of 131 bonkln runl Curl I). KliiB of Sllonm S|irlim's were ebeteil to two year le'rnis'iis directors. U. Gen. Itonald Scobio, nbovc, commanding British troops in Greece, is currently directing tlictn in lighting guerrilla units ot the E. L. A. S., military arm of Uic B. A. M., Greece's Icfl- wirin National Liberation Party. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulslon relieves promptly bc- cnuse it goes right to the scat of the trouble to help loosen nnd expel (jerrn laden phlegm, and nlil tmluro to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist, to sell you n bottle of Crcomtilsion with the understanding you must like the way It quickly allays Hie cough or you arc to nave your money back. „ CREOMULSiON for Coughs.Chesr Colds, fironchiris ELECTRICITY IN THE FARM HOME I'd us explain how easily you may cn/oy electricity In your farm home. Estimates on wiring (villiout cost! Charlie Stalcup 116 N. 1st. Phone 2993 "We Repair Everything F.lcclrlcal." Little Rock Wholesaler Dies Of Heart Ailment UTTU3 liOCK, ))ec. 13. ((ll'i— I'tincrnl services for '!'iir-i>Ul Hoy .KuiHi. uuio ii« C k wliolennle Ki-orcr who died «l Ills Mttlc Jlock home Tuesday, will be held al Littie flock tomorrow nftcriiood. nimrt, olreralor of the Rnnd Wholosiiki Grocery nnd Hiind Uci'- i'i'iiB<! Cumpnny ut l,lttu- Hock, tiled of u hcint ultnck Tucsiliiy. A unlive of Kalcni, Ark., Hand .si'ivi'd In tilt' Viral World Wnr. Fol- lowlni,' his discharge In 1010, he affiliated with (be Heurcy Wholcsiile Grocery G'ompiiny at Ha/cn. Ho Inter cnmu to Little itock and or- r.nniwd tbi- Kconomy' Wholcsiile Oraeery Coniimtiy. And In I3« tii> the 'Paulknor Grocery —merging tlie, two bus!-, nesses Into the Rand Wholesale Grocery. :.. -,. : , , Survivors inchide his wife, step- mptliw, four brothers, and four skiers.' ••,•" ••.:• ' . . More than 21,000 tons of military ciugo, Including tittcks and Jeeps wore ' flbwn 'across the Himalayas from ihdJu to china In on« month,", In some North Carolina bogs, 'ai'" many ns. three, types of Insectivorous plants compete In their trapping of inscds, . . NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS tuny lie ruining ywir jiroiiurty. Call me to , wi!liiiui c«.s( or liATS, MICK ANI> KOACJI .'CONTJtOf, (JUAKANTKKI) WOKK H.C. BLANKENSHIP I'lione. ^350 Ik-sides l)ciii(f KKI',' use I'll I, small piui'i's of riirnilmv Imvc n Ki't'nt furnishing viiluc. 'I'lu-y ntiiUe u room lo»k richer, homier, more cheerful. Truly, fliert' fun lie nir ap|iro[H'ii»tc nift Hum furniture. It's Marvelous. How Much Real Enjoyment a Piece of Furniture Can Give, Occasional Tables A u ' itlc Coffee Tables S(>m °. ll!lv Floor Lamps A11 Wii|ilwi <vk.s Table Lamps " Mirrors Al1 Hixus " ll(1 Tier Tables !(l( (l l01 Smoking Stands A » « izu » Hassocks Il] sL>vc|<!i1 S| " I P^ Phone Tables "' iUl J '«^hin K ch»i -Pictures A v:irid .\' of NuWecis ......................... . ]^5 j. Card Tables • s i )ra '»n>' priced ,-it.oitiy ............................. : .. : .. Also— HOOK HUGS, HAG RUGS, CIIKNIIJ.K UATH SCTS, .. 1,49 to lops . 6,95 to 17.50 to 5.95 to 9.95 to 19.95 to 2.75 to 9.95 f O ..... 12.95 to 37.50 39.95 24.50 19.95' 29.95. 24.50 12.50 ]2.95 17.95 K(c. • Special Reductions On OVERSTUFFED LOUNGE CHAIRS . . . These arc new chairs that have become slightly shop-worn. EVERY ONE IS A REAL VALUE! ', '•*•"" Furniture Company BLYTHEVILLE, ARK.

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