The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1946 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 19-16 ,:' : >, ; /' '"< I BLYTHEVII.LE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS Date Bureau Head Becomes Best Booster NEW YORK (U.P.)— Jean Mcr- rlck's business of playing Ciiliicl for Appropriation Items Approved House Committee Okays $4 Billions For 33 Agencies WASHINGTON, Juno H (UP) — The house appropriations committee yesterday reported ils approval of a bill which \raulil authorize $4,C20,1'J5,20C for 33 government corporations during fiscal 1041. In n minority report on Hie measure.,Reps, Bell p. Jensen, R, la., and Walter Ploescr, R., Mo, charged that officials running the veterans' housing program are "confused" and that issuance of conflicting rules have fostered . black market operations in build UIB materials. They urged further study of the government housing setup "will a view of minimizing the participation of the federal government' in local problems. Jensen .and Ploescr urged that private lending agencies take over Home Owners' Loan Corporation loans, that the Federal Crop Insurance corporation be liquidated, and the the Inland Waters Corporation—except the Missouri Illvcr section beUvecn St .Louis aim Kansas City. Mo.—be sol<i to private concerns. They also held that Inter- American iiffairs units in the State Department' should be liquidated as soon as their outstanding commitments have' been met aiul that all loans granted by the cxport- imnort bank be approved by Congress. Noting that the Tennessee Valley Authority has made Us first cash payment into the treasury of $12,597.744, the committee majority asked TVA t o set, up n plan for amortizing over a 40-year period the cost of its power-producing plants and facilities. Despite n request from Secretary of Commerce Henry A. Wallace that the Inland waterways be sold to private operators, the committee said that the barge lines, which will have a $2,474,000 deficit by 1947, should be continued as a stimulus and yardstick for such transportation. In 1047, the committee reported the 33 government agencies will spend $17,200,000,000 o[ which $•!,020.000,000 must come from the treasury. hearts In New York romantic twist for has the lonely taken boss. She manioc] n customer. It was strictly business In February when a culler asked for a dinner date. "He had .seen my advertisement in a newspaper and could I make a dinner dale for him," Jean Mcr- back explained. 'In a few minutes I called him back. The i;ir| I had picked for him couldn't see him that night, but would like a Saturday date." She said he told her over the telephone that he didn't want to .eat alone that night. "Why don't you have dinner with me?" the caller asked her. She hesitated. The dates she had made always were for others. Finally she said yes. Business beyin to give way to romance over coffee. She found that when she was n student at the University o[ Miami, Stanley Wood lilakc had been there for the races, golf, fishing. When she was in San Francisco to sec her mother, Blake hail been there on business. They had been skiing on Die same, hills in Canada and had taken Spanish from the same teacher. "Wherever I went 1 was looking ... somebody," he told her. "1 ucss it must have been you." Later she had conscience twinges, was iv violation of business Ihlcs to keep Blake to herself. Business first. The Saturday nl-jlit late was with one of her hostess- es was arranged. Later he called back to report on the Saturday date. 'She's a lovely girl," he told the head of the "social contacts" business. "Could you liave dinner with me tonight" Two weeks ago business had given way definitely to romance. Jean Mcrrlck and Stanley Blake were married. They have Just returned from a wedding trip to Canada. Veteran Makes Good Fight to Walk Again BOSTON (UP)—The story of Norman jr. Comeau, iraverhlll veteran with „ u,t of riijht In him, has Inspired thousands of World War II veterans. > Comeau entered the West Roxbury veterans' hospital in December, i!H4, and physical therapists .saw little hojx; that he would over walk again, Comeau fell from a 40-foot wnll while on guard duty in the Arnjy. His neck was dislocated. The result was paralysis of the body from tlio nesk down on the left side. , ' With hospital treatment nlicl physio-therapy comcnu slowly re- Balned ht s health, soon he bcgiui walking with a cane, then alone. Discharged from the hospital, Comeau now Is a healthy and useful citizen. Kpwlal More than U.WW.OOO edible snulls are taken from France into I«n«im unnuully in normal limes. icKc French snails are fed cspe- flnlly for restaurant trade on vltia leaves aim lettuce. The sun's light Is estimated to be approximately 1,515.000,000,000.000,000,000,000,000,000 ci Rend courier News w»ut Ads. Sunw ftimily Tree A family lux- glarlcd by one pair'Of hummis could contain 'J,- 000,001)jK'rsons in Just 2000 yours, If Ihi'ro wne no wars, cpldemli-s and other am'iicles that cause untimely (lentils. Courier News Want Ad? Where Your Flowers Are—You Anl One call to us will arrange to iwvo your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month, Ask about this plan rtcad Courier News Want Ads SOOTHE STING, ITCH, BURN OF HOT WEATHER RASHES When (InyB sizilo rind the nights acorch, dnn't Hiiffer Ihe torture of stinging hcnt rash. Sprinkle on Mcmina, tho mcd cnled powder that soothes minor ir (in us of thefikm. Eases tho stiua of that |IF IT'S INSURANCE 9111 Dial £v 11 | For Complete Protection ACCIDENT & HEALTH • HOSPITALIZATION • FIRE • AUTOMOBILE • LIABILITY ^ • BURGLARY • PLATE GLASS VfORNADO • SURETY BONDS • AVIATION FIRST (NATIONAL I INSURANCE AGENCY 108N. 2nd CIIAS. urrxNEB' i ' CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Studebaker WK BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS Lex Chamblin jjy| ) I'hone 2195 Railroad & Asfc Sta. GOOD NEWS FOR MEN! We are'proud to announce that our stores have Been chosen as the exclusive Drug store sales outlet in the Gity of Blytheville for the Nationally Known and most popular SEAFORTH Weca lyf Top Prices for Cattle, Hogs LEO •-tW Short haul — Less shrinkage and no commission*, means more money : for your livestock. Phone 3458 ' ABATTOIR CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! l''or a quick sale sec me. I have buyers for homM. -ist your property with me. My commission i» 6%. I have no Office T40 So. Second H. C. CAMPBELL rh*nn 4U H COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE IN ONE AGENCY AT Lower Cost United Insurance Agency A. V. Dietrich, Manager ISIytltcvillu's Only lOxtlusivc Direct Wfllmr Arrficy " : (>( Lvndini; Companies • > ' "'. 20!>!4 West Main SI. i. honc 510 biletries For Men arrpus ry a complete stock of this national- line... the top favorite with most particular men throughout the nation. Sunday Is Father's Day Sealorlh puts Pop on Top! Give him Scaforth Toiletries for Men and you give him the very best in the land — his favorite. DRUGSTORES Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 Refrigeration Air Conditioning The Ultimate in Mechanical Ability and System Designing M. p. TULLQS Telephone 22Kd NO REST FOR TRACTORS THIS YEAR! Another big year ahead producing focxl. This calls for correct ' lubrication ... or, SKELLY Fortified Tagolcnc II. D. (Hcivy ', Duty) Motor Oil, and those SKELLY long-Lifc Greases. A , Get set now for a heavy season. Get your supply of SKELLY ' Oils and Greases. Remember: ALL Skelly products are backed by a money-back guarantct! ^ Stop and see us today. ALLEN PETROLEUM CO. ': Marketers*'.of Petroleum Products Phone 2005 Blytheville, Ark. Need a 24-hr. Service TAXI!! Call 968 Bonded and Insured Bill Wumferlrch Seaforih Toiletries for Men Sold in These 2 Stores Only Main at Second Street Main at Highway 61 RRD RYDER RY FRKD HARMAH ^5oT HUKT.eui AMD 6TW AWAT FROTV TKIS TENT TILL WASH TUBES While NcKec Suffers BY LESLIE TURNEF TSK.TSK' HE MKV SEF OUT THERE, WINDY, IWSHOP1NSVOITD \5PlENWDJ THIS IS AM FEEL THAT WW.BUCKV. pPPORTLHOITV THAT WE U5TEN, PADf v V;ftSH AND OF THM VIPER/ISH! \i HME DECIDED YOU NEED A HAVING WE HOLD AN K'ACOTlON. VJE'RE SOINS TO UMBRELLA, TO PROFECT /TAKE VOU INFO THE ROCKIES! fNO FALL INTO THE HMK THAT'f. WHV 1 INVESTED SCARCELY IGNORE.. WEST NAHED LOS LOCO! LET'S SEE JUSTWHEBE TOWM FURNITURE Of course, wo don't, get all wo could soli, but u w* i*t It our- policy will bo Ilrst come, first sorvcdA Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 Easl Main Phone 2302 All our Employees are War Veteran*. RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (All TJPM Except Ouio« DRS.NIES&NIES CHnfe £14 Main, Blrtherilte, Art, HMM ZKl USED CARS WANTED •f '5. i:. We will pay you tho full OPA Ceiling plus your exf ra equipmentllf F If you arc Roing to keep your present car let us 'give you an I'.stimater on reconditioning your motor, body and painting. Credit terms can I>c arranged. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmonile Kast Main St. CMC Tracks PhoM 519 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION 55*00 Estimates S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLD6. BLYTHEVILLE ARr • (phone 364-6 ax<i'^: :

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