The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 16, 1946
Page 7
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TUESDAY, JULY 16, 194f. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Gl University Is Proposed School Suggested Because of Large Enrollment Prospects Othmans Take a Vacation; Learn About Soaring Prices By l'Hi:i)KlU( K <•. OTIIMAN Tlic colfee silop of tills same hole! We criss-crossed Vermont iincl Now Hampshire and u corner ol Maine nnd bohlnd every third barn. II seemed like, was u sawmill turn. Ing trees Into plunks, u nil the lumber now piled In New England reaches Wilson Wyalt, his housing shortage nlll be no more. Considerable construclton \va* go- LITTLE HOCK Ark ' ' it no oilier way Is (ound to flnnncc a proposed G-l university In the stale. Gov. ijcii Laney sale At thl 1 ; time I see no definite need for legislation," he said, "but I'll not lie.sllate t o call a special session if the need develops." A Q-i university was proposed •-aim-day by representatives of 17 educational institutions to handle Hie estimated (i.OOO Arkansas veterans nnd high school graduates '"•no uill overflow present facilities '" the state this Fall. At the present time a committee headed by Education Commissioner Italph U. Jones Ls considering yriens for such nn institution. It would ment installation such as "oblnson. Ciov. Lsncy said he suggested such " plan to the educators several months ago. However, tliey lir.d hoped to W0 rk out a method to handle nil extra students with present facilities. Recent draft, legislation exempting 18-year-olds promises to cmwd schools far above their present capacity, the educators told the governor Saturday. July IB. In.,'"go ,^:,1«»- 1 inn what In my month. Wherever we went we found .. .., , _ . J'inted menu prices crossed oul the burglar-proprietor nnd the 50 cent cottRge. cheese salad calls "meals" and don't forget the penciled up to 65 cents. It j - quotes. The cost of n sunburned Laney said toilav. back this Summer Is fantastic. 1 know. My back's just beginning to peel. My bank account Ls 'Hie vocation of the d lot itoK stands. We e\'en saw n few houses built, in New Rngniid was educational, 'i'he air was free and the woods duelled like pine tar soup, but the tourist camps salt!, no vacancies, ;\hile the hotel clerk in 1'iltsfle'ul, Mass.. pulled a new one. He said if we svnnted to spend the night in his place, wo'd to take a suite. Suites cost _, ._ __ \vns on Cape Cod that we encountered the 40 cent hamburger, Here also, we did business with the bVtrglnr no more.' running the hotel. He needed no Othmtms gun; he «ns doing fine with a loimtnln pen. The well-established hotels sinlliM « us pityingly. You poor devils ,h cy said, thinking vou coul<| ilnd vtnee ,„ gt w j thol|t ,.„„.„,. lions made last'winter. We wound up „,, „ slllllglc(1 bamicks ereclcil have 1j,, 1904 aml c .| 0scd for u , c lH-sl l0 vlcs years. The burglar had reopened it as much us rooms, but it was that, this Summer for" tile"likes of us or sleep in the nutter. At, Lake, it would have made a wondc'lu! Morey in Vermont, we were In |.= c lttn B for n lnu rder mystery. The luck. Here the price was (ouch) $L>2 j .corns were iniistv; the" beds were Gamp a night, but the food was tip-top. |hard; the string'beans came Jrom service was first class, and I Icons and the mcll[ most ly was cod- 'ouui jump in the fake whenever 1 " ' : got to thinking about my bill. We look a look at liostou. where i room without meals or nayli;ht, either (It was on an airshafu. was S8.RO. We put it)) a fight and the management Rave us a room with in outside window. This cost $10. Philippine Envoy Jo.iu.uin Miguel (Mike) Elizaldc, nbovc, formerly Philippine resident commissioner in Wnshini;- 'lon and throughout the war n .member of the late President . Oucion's(cabiuct...^^.^^, lias i been naincd:Jaj ittvBtjie*!!, Philip' fish cakes. These consisted almost entirely of mashed potatoes. New England, even so. was beautiful and we enjoyed It. If prices I ever return to normal, we'll give, it | another chance. Only we're (eariu the folks by then wll'l have choppec down all their trees. Head Courier News Want Acts. NOTKIK <)F tiKANTINU OF I.IQVHW I'KKMIT Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner ot ol the State of Arkansas has Issued a permit, No. 204 lo Hcriwrd llifjii to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as Main Street, Manila. This permit Issued on the 1st day of July, 1SHG and expires on the 30 day of June, 1041. llernard High I'eimltlee. 7.9-lD Insensible to ualn, r«co NOTICE Of <iKANTlN(i OK " »ild(tlc-nt!«><l NPKTO. Is nble lo ttoiuiH i-ntMir <lrlvo GO-|X'imy nails Into his nose. i.ivuxn rr.u.nii | w<w hlfj a|X;ks 0|1 Jlls j or Notice :« hereby given that the his clothes to his body, without, Commissioner of lievomies of tho pain or loss of clood. State of Arkansas has Issued » permit, No. 404 to Jetw ]•'] Stilt and Arthur 1 J . Ltuulslrect lo srll and dls-. penso vinous or spirituous liquors | for bcvennje at retail on the premises described ns I)i'o»dway nnd Walnut, niythcvllle. Ark. Thin per- mil Issued on the 5 day of July, 1046 nnd explrivs on the 39 day ol June, 1941. Je.iiee V. stltt, rfrmllU-ii 710-18 PAQB COMING TOWN with a load of DIAL TONE Dial telephone equipment is working overtime these days to handle as many telephones as we can possibly connect for waiting customers. : You may not hear the dial tone as soon as you pick up the receiver. Please wait for the dial tone before you dial. If you don't, you'll get a wrong number—or none at all. " SOUTHWESTERN BELl TELEPHONE CO. I) ELECTRIC IRONS FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliance 324 E. Main St. Phon* 2407 Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 RAIN INSURANCE... For Your Freshly Washed Car! 24 Hour Insurance — 25c If il ruins within 21 hours afler you. have had your car wnshed at ntir station and you are H holder of our Card, .lust present. Curd within 'IS IKIIITK and we will wash it ain— VRKK\ SPECIAL! Wash & Grease Job— $1.50 MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Your One-Stop Station Phone 2611 ASH and SECOND Read Our Big Opening Advertisement on Poge 8 TER... Is Essential to Good Health Good Health is largely Dependent upon Water • Drink Plenty of It! , « Bathe Frequently! • Water Your Garden and Your Lawn Often • Wet the Outside of Your Home and Porch Remember—Water is Your Best and Cheapest Commodity. Use it Freely for Better Healthful Living! It Hc/iw Reffcrc Summer Fatigue-! Blytheville Water Co, BERNARD | \LLEN,Muiier * r "Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity!* Announcemenl- The Rowen Electric Co. is Now Under New Management and is owned and operated by: HAROLD MEDLIN and ALVIN LANE Join the Ark. Automobile Club and enjoy it's many benefits YOUR MEMBERSHIP SAVES YOU 20 ON AUTO INSURANCE Ivan R. VqnPaften Vour Sales Representative •118 8. Lnkc St. Residence Phone 2<tOD EXPERT workmanship on Motor Repairs and Adjustment. Wo.know our work well and will look forward to being of scrvicc to you. REMEMBER For Work Done Right Bring It To MEDLIN and LANE Cot 6 'day* plowing, in only S do/* ) ELECTRIC COMPANY The sclf-cltaning OPEN CENTER keen* IIIRS open nl bolh ends. Gives each Ing an entering rc to slart the Life. So, the whole, lug digs down r'^ 1 " H°.n° 8r!p / Ask " tny nei K ! '^r n(,w using nps. He'll confirm what tests prove fret tip to y,2% more work with less fuel" when you use Goorlycftr Sure-Grip Tractor Tires DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Also CULVERTS 12 inches to 48 inches We arc Dealers for 129 So. 1st St. Fhona 2180 THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceoia Tile & Culvert Co. Phom 691 OSCEOLA, ARK.

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