The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1946 · Page 9
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FRIDAY/ JULY 20, 194G BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Governor Laney Reviews Record Camdcn Businessman Seeks Re-election To Highest State Office LITTLE HOCK, Ark., July 2C5. (UP)—Gov. Ben Lancy ipeakln,; last night related in detail his accomplishments of (he past Iwo yi'ius, outlined his plans for Die future, ^ and asked re-elecllon on his record In only one inslance during his . 30-mimite broadcasl did the governor refer to polities or lake notice of attacks which have been made upon his administration by Jamr.s M. Malonc, his principal oponen^.. Lancy vigorously defended his highway program, which has beer under constant lire from Mnlone .since the start of the campaign. "There has been much loiui talk in sonic political quarters about a so-called surplus of 510.000,000 to $50.000,000," he said. "Efforts have been made to suggest lo Hie public . . . Hint Ihis liuge surplus is available lo spend on our roads and highways." "This is not true, 1 ' the governor continued," and Ihose who arj loudly prochiiinhiK Die nvnllnbiliiy of Ihis money for highway work know that it is not true." Laney then explained l.hat the money mentioned by Maloue is a treasury balance and not a surplus. "This money was not and canr.ot IK legally used for construction of roads," lie said. 1'oints to Accomplishments In a review of his accoinplish- mcnls, Hie governor poinled to the consolidation of 13 slate agencies into tln'ce commissions and 10 ihe revenue stabilization act which he said has proved itself to be one of the most valuable pieces of fiscal legislation in modern Arkansas history. He also appealed lo the farmers when lie said lhat his administration had been instrumental iti pushing diversified farming <uvl that further research in planting, growing anil marketing is now <jolng on. The governor outlined the im- y^iroved financial condilion of the f\ schools and said lhat the slate lias labor-management relations along with the best in Ihe nation. The governor listed these points as his fulnre objectives: 1. Continuation of policies inaugurated during the past 18 months. 2. A 10-year highway coustrnctiyn and maintenance program to i;e presented lo the 1917 legislature. 3. Legislation enabling the cilies of Arkansas to obtain federal tunds for construction of airports. 4. Legislation and funds promoting Arkansas' recreational areas. 5. Sufficient funds for relief mid benefit of those who cannot help themselves. C. Continued research in growing nnd packing agricultural products. "'"' 1. Further' industrialization" dfihb state with a subsequent raising of per capita income. 8. Expansion and improvement of state institutions. Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses have been 1s- :iied during (he pasl l\Vo weeks hroiich the local uffiee of Ilic county court clerk to Ihc lollow- "n(! eouples: Spencer Keeves and Mrs. Jannle Smith, both of Carulhcrsville. Mo. l.ee Daniel Fineher of lllylhcvlllc and Miss Velina Mae Cnrlylc ol Herlrand, Mo.; Cliirenee Kurlz Henclrlekson of Conlsville, I'n., nnd Mrs. Mildred Muir English of Illy- Iheville. H. H. Dudley , uu i Mrs. Hirdln Endsley, bolh of I.enehville; Clyde Keener of Ola, Ark., and Miss Pennine Tucker of Hnyll. Mo , Lawrence Barhart and Mrs. Famiie Freeman, both of Caraway; llenreu A.slier :uul Miss Virginia Ileldei- nian, both of St. Louis; Thomas Edward Simmons of Gushing. Ckla., and Mrs, Emmeita Beach West of Columbus. Ky.; W. H Fowler of Macon, C»a.. and Miss La Wanda Buck of Manila. Frederick O. Cirimwonri and Miss Sliirlcy Clco Garner, both of Quincy, III.; Marvin L. Merrill and Mis, Clara Mae Pierce, both of lllyllic- ville; Joseph M. Callahan and Miss Wanda M. Sanders, bolh o! I Ea.sl si. Lonis. 111. Warren H. Jackson and Mrs. Mile Aiiten. bolh of Blytheville; Vlrall Flanagan nnd Miss Huby Friend, both of Central!:), 111.; llei'inan Cook and Mica llaltic Garretl. both of steele. • Mo.; Jame-s Young am! Miss Belly Germ Moody, bolh of Cliicngo; M. G. Witlineham of Slcelc and Miss Ruin Ferrin of Dell; Homer Harrison and Miss Hazel Dryc. bolh of Iliiyli, Mo. William Douglas Green and Miss Evie Lee Kennedy, both of Blylho- ville; Robert C. West and Miss Rulh Phelps, both ol Luxora; FrC^" eriek R. Meyer and Mrs. Catherine Armstrong, boil) of Kankakec, 111.; A. L. Dyle.s and Miss Marie Koontz, bolh of'Blytheville: Orhi Vcrl Alex, niulcr of lilythcville nnd M(ss rtntli Anne Hughes of Wilmorc. Penn.; Hiirie \Vnyne Thompson and Miss Deity Lou Davis, bolh of Blytric- ville." Jitnmie T. Anderson and Miss Alecla Howard, bolh of litylhc 1 Robert L. Cisco and Miss LcMtelt I Ramsey, both of Leachville; Paul Tyler and Miss Virginia llarnn?.- ton. both of Manila; George B. Brooks and Miss Dorolha Johnson, bolh of Leachville; Max Watson of Armorel and Mrs. Mareella Perry Calhoun of Dell; Logan Riggr, of Leachville and Miss Nelma I-'lee- mnn of Manila. John G. Vail of Blytheville and Mrs. Ethel Wheeler of Memphis; Wilbert A. Bulil of Salem nnd Miss Virginia Emerson of East St. Louis, 111.; Raymond T. Davis of Enst St. A Swimmer With an Incentive PAGBSEV^M IX) 1'UUSONS WHO 1IAVK I!AI> 'I'llKlll I'ltOI'KllTV Tlti:ATi:i> i-'iui 'ri:iiMiTi;s 'I'lii 1 Hlnle Planl Hoard recitiests lhal nil properly owners who have, lnul ilieli 1 houses trenlcd for ler- niilcs durliiK (ho pnsl year coin- 1 numlcult! with (he Planl Hoard, p.lv- Inn udilress of the properly, niune "I Irealinciil. Paul H. Millar Chief Inspector Btale 1'lanl Dourd l.ltlle Hock, Avk. Farm Lands For Sale! Locations in Northeast Ark- Southeast Mis- Tracts — HI I ansas souri. and AH , School bus and mall route. Power line, (iixid buildings. f+ C f*f\t I A r\ A V/ 1 V*. t. UULLADAY 1'Sirly Inventors tried vnrlous liielhocls or drlvliiK I ruins wllli iili. but today uti- Is used In bruki's, to sliip Ihein. Rose Anno Hronnan, working with him lit l.onj; IJcscli, Calif., promises to marry Jimmy Slylcr Powell if he is siicivssrnl in second attempt ;il swimming 22 miles from L'alalinu Island In jnainhmd. Pou'cll, who failed when head sti'uck hoat, hopes In cut tv,'o hours from record of l(i hours. I'ursc of $5000 is added. Louis nnd Miss Susan Azalec I'Vn- y.ier of Cooler. Mo.; Royal V. Ciate- \vood and Miss Beulah Mae Russell, both of Holland, Mo. Hilly Wayne Howard mid Miss Faye Uerkompas, l»lh ol Flint, Mich.; Cecil Duckworth of rilmo. Mo., and Mrs. Lorelta Burford ol Cape Girardenu, Mo.; Llndy Charles Smith and Miss Anna Mnrle Beaker, both or New Madrid. Mo.: Wayne W. Moore of Blytheville nnd Miss Julia Mae Ncal of Lcpunto; William Harvey Mellett and Miss Ahneda Kiper of Manila. Russell James Ho<lBe nnd Mrs. Dorothy M. Shannon, bolh of Uly- thcvllle; Otcn VVnync Faughl and Miss Dorothy Cornea! White, both of lllytheville; Hurry O. Sullon and Mrs. Pauline James, bolh ol Port Huron. Mich.; J. D. Allison and Mrs. Evangeline R.. • Lee, both f Thebes, Ark.; Clunk's Simmon and Mrs. Nina .Hhnmonlle, boll Gillc.sple. III.; John D. Thuislu il Miss Kathryn Lindsey, lioth o Dell. {KLEENEX . . . GREETING CARDS for Every Occasion TO T S H O P Phone 2308 105 South Second Read Courier News Want Ads. RADIOS REPAIRED AUTO or HOME SETS. ANY MAKE-ANY MODEL We Pick-up and Deliver J. H. Flowers, Mgr., Radio Department LOY EICH CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service Attention Home Owners >on'r let termites destroy hat vital material of your lomc. For state licensed and state approved termite service fully guaranteed, free inspection, contact H. C. Walls Home Preservation Service 1704 Hcarn St. Baby Chicks, AH Summer llciwy broods, :) to 30 cluys old. I'dcr.s leusonnbli!. Clood Mipitly fords and poultry supplies. North -till al r leva tor Feed Store. "JIMMIE" PARKS Quality Cleaners I'rompl Pick-lip and Delivery Service * Phone 3555 for Hotter Cleaning-Pressing 4 as West Ash NOW OPEN! lilyllumlle's Only Exclusive Used Car Dealer WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS AND TRUCKS TOP PRICES PAID See Us Before You Sell! If You Want a IJctter Car, We Can Deal! Sec Us Today Bud Wilson Auto Sales Phone 2037 Franklin and Main Sts. Refrigerator Service Fred I/.nvlcr ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J \V. Admits MKr. Phone 2071 20G-08 W. Mj!n HOWS YOUR RADIO We Give I Service on We'll Make to 2 Days any Make. It Work! We Buy and Sell GOOD USED CARS Bill Chamblin Lex Chamblin Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 2195 CHEVROLET CO. We Kill Your Pests We furnish labor, material and equipment. Cost is nominal—Call for free estimate. With DDT Eliminate Flies, Mosquitoes, Roaches, Water bugs, Moths> and other insects. DEAL'S Paint & Wallpaper Store 107 S. 1st St. Phone 46 Cotton Pickers Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For nnd Deliver Aulliorizcfl Motorola Radio Salfn and Service 106 South First 1 . St. F. L. WICKER MACHINE SHOP Has Just Installed LARGE MKTAI. SHAPER MIOTAI, LATHE AM) Well Known Local Miifhinist . With Years of Kxperienco WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED TO DO ANY SSf JOB ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING IH Our SI'KCIALTY ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED 1'hone 2192 215 N. Second RAIN INSURANCE... For Your Freshly Washed Cor! 24 Hour Insurance — 25c If il rains within 21 hours after you have luul your cur wasliiMl at our station and you are a liotdt-r of our Curd, just present Card \vitliin '18 hours uiul we will wash it uin— l-'KKKl SPECIAL! Wash & Grease Job— $1.50 MARK'S AUTO SERVICE Your One-Slop Station Phone 2611 ASH and SECOND CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For it quick Hate see me. I'have buyers for home*. Lint your properly with me. My commission is 5%. ' I liuvo no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 Bo. Becond Phone* <4« *r 2 I FOR HEART-STOPPING THRILLS! You'll See Some of America's BEST RACE DRIVERS at the Mighty Midget Auto Races SUNDAY, JULY 28-2 Blytheville Fair Grounds *-^jj--f''•<.• ._.-.-. -.3 MgpMr«'nm»»gj*Maryipg«icr, «vnaimrH*f Adults — 87c Plus Tax Children — 50c Plus Tax Used Ice Refrigerators - 50-75-100 Good Used Singer Sewing Machine—scwa like hew NKW CEDAR CHESTS—New Perfect Sleeper I nnerspring Mattresses —Box Springs ; *. ' • . ' Alvin Hardy Furniture Co; 301 East Main All our Employe** «ra War Vet* Phone 2S02 FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Also CULVERTS 12 inches to 48 inches Our buses will operate a daily snhcd ulc lo No. a, Promised Lanrt, Armo rcl, Clcur Lake and Huffman, dur Cotton Picking Season. Wale: for schedule Announcement. FRAZIER BUS LINES Posst Office Box 602 WASH TUBES Stiifkinu Iftc Cards BY LESLIE TURNED OH, SOME BIG SHOT THINKS HE'5 WHnHBl ) NIVWEO 3.P.HVK.EE, ~ SOUKPS LIK fcN OBVIOUS CASE VllOT'S THW. W*GEE FOR SOHf TIKVE WOUSTklES.' M.KC GIT6 FURIOUS WHEN WE POH'T BfcUEVB HltA S SHiVOU SKft^ELESS SCOUNDREL' VOLJ k-kinvjj nwiv/ rn/l IMCI I LUU^T IT ic I* OO \VIELL WHM IT IS •• RED RYDER BY FRED HARMAN HE LI HAVE. ( liME CATCH1N CA>i FflDEW YOLP YOD f£i\ Kh5OW-U,"\ RED RYDER VERT VOEl THE RED-HEADED.>-' 5 We arc Dealers for The self-cleaning lugs open at both edge to start the deeper, gets more Sure-Grips. He'll You get up to 22 you use Goodyear OPEN CENTER keeps ends. Gives each lug an cnlcriiiK bite. So, the \vhole lug digs down grip. Ask any neighbor now using confirm what tests prove . . . 7o more work with less fuel when Sure-Grip Tractor Tires. THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phono 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONfY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDREW J. FLORIDA, Vice-President PHONE 210 M , Mississippi County Bank Building Tm ' Osceola, Arkansas

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