The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 9, 1947
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1D47 BLCTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FAGB mm New Legislative CouncilmenMeet Garland Countian, Veteran Lawmaker, Heads State Group TIH7I.E ROCK. Art, "uly 9 (UP)—Rep. James R. Campbell of Garlaml Comity was elected chairman of the Arkansas Legislative Council nt its first meeting iiV Little Rock today. Campbell was author of « bill passed by ihc 56t;i General Assembly croatlnj tlie group. Campbell named a five-man com mittee headed by Sen. G. Law rencc Bbckwell of Pine Bluff tc investigate means of financing the council and to receive anp'icatlojis for the position of executive direc tor of the Bureau of Research. .Other members of the CcnnniLte urc W. J. Smith and M. J. Har rlson of Little Rock, Rep. L. H ChnsLain of Forl Smith 2nd Reo Clifton Wade of Fiyettevjlle. Camp tell and Dean Robert E. 'Lcflar cj the University of Arkansas Lav School were named cx-offieio mem hers. The croup urijourncd and tli committee sought the help of Go' Ren Laney and members of the i Board of Fiscal control in Jinan-! cinK the council. The question of finances was brought about when the Senate refused to appropriate money for its opprnlion. Who members vpted to waive their claim for traveling and per died expenses, hoping for an appropriation by the 1949 legislature. It was pointed out, however, that between S12.0CO nnd $15.030 would be needed to pay the salary of an executive director, his aides and expenses. I*aney Lists Problems Campbell 'said the state emergency fund, handled by the Board of Fiscal Control, apparently was the only source of revenue. However, several members tohi United Press that they do not favor spending the emergency funds en the council, a.nd one said it was not legally possible. Inney refused to commit himself on financing. He said he could not speak .for tliu board. The governor said, however, tiiat he believed a full-time secretary was necessary. Tile governor listed the council 1 ., chief problems as highways, education, taxes ami welfare. "If you are to solve the state', tax problem you must think abou assessments." Laney said. .He adde< that he would like to see an In itiated act on the 1948 ballot re moving the state forever from the ad valorem tax field. I "This would put the counties on a cash basis and allow them to collect the property tax," Laney declared. In other action, the council named Dr. Lcflar us temporary'secre- t?,ry and approved the appointment of a three-man committee on Piggyback Rescue (7. $. IS Vf aging Economic War With Soviets MEJtfFlIIS, Tcrny'duly 9. <UT) — War Between tills oounlry amj Russia depends chiefly on "whether there Is a change In the personnel of the politburo which directs Soviet olfairs." Frank Alilisren, editor of the Memphis Commercial Appeal, declared today. 'Recently returned from a tour of eight European countries with MaJ. Gen, Daniel '1. Noce, war department 1 chief for occupied countries Ahlgrcn sjid that certain observers assured I'll" Ilic Russians already! have iin atomic Ixmib. i N O [[ CP ls i......^., ,,| vo .. n,,,! u u > The UnlUx. States ^Ire^Jsj C^^^'o^^^^ Ihc democratic Idens to the peoples ol de^rrlbrd us Aunorel, Aikansns. tlio coiitlnciit "will dclcrniliiB'Wnn-j This pcnnll Issued on th« 1st thcr we .slni|) on our slioalliiR ilny of July. 1547 m, ( | expires oil hoiv. (ipnin in ll>c nrxt 10 or 15 (h;. 30 day ot Jiint?, 1848. Antiurcl I>rus Co. Permittee. E, C. Williams years," Ahliuen concluded. llrvrrs? Salesmanship !)O:SE, Ida. (UP) — Here's Ilic latest In posl-w.iv supcv-snlcsinan- slilp: A pcnnuncnl sign ntori a Boise drive-in snack shop rends, "Lousy food mid warm beer." T!io| 1.IQUOK I'KKMIT pro)Tietor.s sny tlieir foo<l actually| Nolirc is hereby given Hint llio is delicious bill lots of Hie curious Coiiiiiiissioner of Revenues of UK come in to see for themselves. , 'Elide <if Arkansas Ims Issued i J. II. Cr.iln. N011CK OF GKANT1NG Ol' permit. No, 1D9 lo Klhnore G. Gin-, Arkansas. 130 day ol June. U*. BOH lo sell and dispense vinous./or| Tills permit l»JU«d ,on ,tl>e 1 fljv Ftlmor* Q spirituous liquors lor beveruiio at of July, 1»*7 »nd tapir**: on the relull on Ilic promises (Inscribed us ' • ' 117 South Sranul St., lllylhcvlllo, Good cook; agree on its quality HuMKo BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 Furniture that you and yours will to own Calm little Maxinc Harcn, 4, said she knew someone would find her when she got lost in the woods near Monticello, N. Y., so she just sat dou r n under a tree and tool! a nap while ;i plane, 35 bloodhound-cnu'PPecl stale troopers and 5U Uoy Scouts combed the region to rescue her. So Trooper William Horton gives her a pigpybncl: ride part of the way home. In England and Wales, all hulls more than ten years old must be licensed. Canned whale meat hus become ah established commodity on the west coast of Africa. credentials. Chairman of the groiij is Sen. Russell Elrod of Silcau Springs, and members are Smitl and Ttep. Marvin Byrd of Crit,- tcnden County. MECHANICS There li a b'g demand for trained mcihoii- Tei. Ecrnirgt up fa Sl?5 ptr wetfc. Special- AppraverJ lor G.I. Iraining. Corn while you learn. Coll ot mall coupon ol erica. 0 K « U G.M.O M.-rJ SCHOOL of MtCHJlHIGS klemphii/Tcnrt. Your Home's Protector ... Gooc/, Clean Paint The bast lime to paint your house is riplil now. It needs Ilic protection of a double-coat ol' our wciillscr- pvoof. durable paint. We have famous brands from which to choose: Dcvoc-Rcynolds and Benjamin! Moore Paints. Buy these fine products at our J'nir trade prices! DEAL'S s PAINT AND WALLPAPER STORE "Your Wallpaper Style Center" 10!) East Main St. Phone <lfi9 Handsome Waterfall Design ROOM SUITE Now Ready for You --Economically Priced You can have (he beauty of (his splendid dining room ,, ^ "qUalityv*'alh'dt''vcneer, waterfall d^siisii. ->f large' ;cxtejnsion table, six heaiitifully .•hairs, buffet 1 ' and • glass door china cabinet. Come -in tomorrow arid. select this suite on Wade's easy pay J>Ian. 2-Pc. Living Room SUITE fftin suite ts tonstriictcd- 6f • lonjflastinK mntcrials.;A; ^li'ltc rj|th In liixi^riou»i lomfort and smart hfiiuty. Includes thu uininK'fillcd sofa and the matching lounge chair. Coxercd in uigh t(iidcd mohair. Priced lo please Jenny Lind Bed $19.95 This sturdily''construcled solid hardwood model will give you lonj; years of satisfactory. service. Gleaming walnut finish. Luxurious Sofa Bed $49.50 up This sofa acts by day as a con\])an- ionablc soft, beautiful and comfortable. By night it becomes a full double bet!. Coil spring construction : wilh spacious bedding compartments. . ' Beautiful 7-Piece Dining Room Set For the small cozy dinette First look at its OarmiriK design . . . Secondly look nt the quality of the materials. The glnss and lustre of the finish. Notice its ability lo wear. For years, mind you. Easy Terms This elcK<inf set consists of extension table, four handsome matchim; di^in.-, dainty bnffcl and glass door china cabinet. Finished in both !i>;lil and ijolrien oak.. Come in, see it today 5 Piece Dinette; $39.95 :This sparkling, easy-to-c!ea.n «nite will la- a welcome addition-to-any . home. Highly polished-porcelain finish. Chrome chairs, leatherette seats. Products of high quality.- Quality Lamps $4.95 up A lamp of every choice . . . for every home. Moderns, '-'colonials, pottery base models nd scores of others to choose from, silk, rayon and plastic shades. Solid Oak Dinette $84.50 Get added enjoyment out of every meal with this handsome 5-picc set Finished in light or dark oak. Chairs covered in blue or read leatherette. Come In Today -You'll Save At- WADE FURNITURE CO. More for Your Money All tfce Time im Cedar Chest $47.50 up ; Every m»c appreciates I hi v*hj«"«f good chests . . . and th«e »re topg in every respect. Be«atif«0y «*yW in. walnut veneer'and Meiawd MM- finishes.

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