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WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1948 Phone Call Costs Cut from Budget Members of House _ Denied Expenses for **Long Distance Tolls RLYTHEV1I.1.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS By Sandor S. Kloin > , May 12. <(JP| — rtie House Appropriations Commit ten yesterday le jme,t a pro- Posal to pay up to $450 from B ov- enimeiu lunds to each House mem- her for official long distance telephone calls. The paymi-nt liad been recommended by tin Appropriations Subcommittee. Senate members have received tlie S150 IODI; distance phone al- ov,ancc for years. Tlic subcommittee had recommended a total of 5107,000 for the same purposD in the House. The committee did not explain its reason for turning down the recommendation. But some members pointed out (lint this was an election year. As finally approved by the i ji- mitlcc', the legislative branch appropriation bill carried $55,859,080 to 1'ay salaries, expenses and other costs of running the House. Sen- ivf llc ubrarv ' »f ConBress, the "IpmmetH Panting office and oilier allied operations. Deduced Eight 1'cr Out Tills was S5.327.930 less than the Crying Towels Air Force Rescue Teams Find Water Moccasin No Delicacy By Kotx-rt V.-rnillllon (United 1'rcss Staff CorH-spondent) LAKH IMMOKALtJE. Florida Kv- crglndcs, May 10. (Delnyedl lui'i — j snake is no delicacy. ; The troopers, mostly yoiuiR Krad- i IJHU- doctors mid ex-service medics, jumped into n smtill air strip near here Monday to begin five days of training In jungle survival. They are members of the u. a. Air Force's Air Rescue Service, teams ol men who will be stationed at bases from Alaska to Tripoli for parachute res- being by the Communist pnny In the United Slates." Murray said in the keynote address at the five-day international convention of the United stcelworkcrs of America <CIO). i Murray warned delegates thai "all .-• thir.l party can do in (he United Stales IE to provide anct destroy tUe American labor movement." <>' h V H>e Army to learn how -""'We In tiio woods, promised —— budget estimates—or a reduction' of about 8 per cent. However, Hie House committee did not tamper with the estimates for the senate. H allowed the entire $10.011.925 asked for the upper chamber. Tire committee allowed the house 517,043,665, or a reduction of S90 - I 380 below the budget estimates. The committee cut the Government Printing Office by S3.302.100' the Library of Congress by S1.267.- 700! the iirchitect. of the capitol by $559.700: tjie Capitol Police by $2.650, and the Botanic Garden bv $6.400. It was disclosed that various investigating committees ol the House—regular and special—spent $664,695 between .Jan. 3. 1347 and Feb. 29, 1048. out of a total of Sl.- 538,741 appropriated to them. House Clerk John Andrews told the •Appropriations Committee that he figured the investigating committees would spent another $300,090 by June 30, the end of the fiscal year. (farmer Teacher Urges Pupils to Obtain Degrees Miss Mary Outlaw, former teacher in Central Grade School here who helped start hundreds ot Blytheville boys and girl;, on the roart to an education, today Issued nn appeal la members of the members of the high school graduating class 10 continue their training until a lour jears' college education had been completed. She mnde the appeal in a letter addressed to members of the Blytheville High School graduating class. In the letter she said- "An education is something everyone needs in hie to help make a more useful citizen. Tile older you gro<v • he more you will renlize this 's true." Mi-K Outlaw spofce of her pride in the class and her gratitude 'o the parents of the children who were responsible for so much of iheir education, -j hope each of you will show your appreciation lo tncm in some little way each day " Mu-s Outlaw spent 24 years as 'a member of the faculty of Blythe- villc schools, many of which were as a teacher of the third gra.le Pupils a( Cenlral. She resigned last. year to tKich in her home town Rector. i,i Clf.y county. OutiRw stated that she iu- Brfl" d &T KEYS MADE ! For Anything ! LOCKS OPENED ! and REPAIRED •' For Service Call or Come to I Bill Godwin's I SPORTING GOODS • BW K . Phone .|.-J52 \ Unions might use those towels to weep in over the shortage ot clolhing and textile goods but they ciiri'i have the towels because they're all tied up with red tape. They are just pan of tons of merchandise slacked m wholesalers' warehouses that can't be sold to stores because the retailers iacl; ration coupons. Merchants' squawks forced review of ration coupon system. Phillip Murray Attacks Third Party in Speech BOSTON. May 12. cUP) — CIO President Philip Murray charged yesterday that Communists foster- en the present third party and that the parly threatened to "divide a;ui destroy the American labor movement." "The third party was brought ituo Oregon's Elk Lake Is situated mile above sea level. Head Courier News Want Ads. cd over n fh c on poles It looks like .snake. It hus 11 niiiskv tusle ami i'h"\vi i"^f ry> l >rol<ln * lll « tba torture at Holding snake In (he inoinh, Swill- lowing it Is nn agony of cnnfllrl cue., of air era.sli victims or any between mind and mnucr o her pcismis, coRimllfss ol nation- j Sgt. nias. who spent 10 months aIIy, hurt or stranded In Inacces-. '» Uic llimna ^ingl,. during || lu slble places. ) war .sul<l \ H . never dlif ,1,1,1 never The slni'ieei learning how In' *'" CBl '"'Mlilng like rousted \viU- snurc nnd shoot rnbblls and oilier ' er "'°«'asln. name; to catch fish with primitive! "^' ( ' ea ' ln l' boots,' 1 he salt! equipment; build shelters To slush 1 ,. S '" r ' SBt ' •""'>• C.rllfln ot r,™ pine mid palmetto fronds under Vl 'l|" s ' «• M-, n hunter. (rapper <he guidance of Instructors. Bill the " lld ?"'''" "" » f »'s life an ,, 5 . mnh, Hen, of trKliiliig was rinltig | f" ' ' food and in tlie words of Slaftl fiiTKeniU Joe Dlas of New Dedford, j nMss., 'The ehow Is lousy," That goes for roasted water moc- cnsln, half-cooked turtle burned whole In (lie shell and under-done boiled snails. After two dny.s of this rtlel the writer can testify the only hiBh grade ciitlng done in (he vicinity was enjoyed hy mosquitoes, ehlgsers. red ants nnd deer fllc.s. Instructors nolined out Hint most of the jiinulc inre, properly pre- pnrcd lias Braced ttie menus ol first class eating places around the world. Turtle sleak. heart of cabbage Ipnlm snlnd, rabbit, fish nre com- I moil. i tint rive feel of angry water moc- cnsln clubbed to denth. skinned and I'onsted Is ri?piiUlve to the eyes, I palate i.nd slomach. Its flesh is whitish and sirctch- to provide rattlesnake. "II's rlithl lusty," he snid, TonlKlH, Capt, LouK Gregory of 1'clersburg. Mich.; Klrst Llciiis. lii'llenilen ilufclioson of Cairo, III nnd Frank W. Jones o[ Schenoc- lady. N. Y.. are going to hunt nii- ollier delicacy. AlllKiitor slenk. Dr. W. f. BREWER OKN'l'IST OM'JCK a09'i \V. MAIN ST PHONK 2172 niythevllle, Ark. .N1NB. lends to attend the commencement cxerci.ies for (he Blythcvillc Huh School this year. Don't Be a Spendthrift! Save That Hard-Earned Cash! You ran save up (o f>()« „„ ;l n yolll . .,„(„ ()()dv HM( | j- eil(Jel . repair at HOT'S HODY SliOl 1 . I'.AINT J()»S—$35 & U |>. Complete upholslery service . . . HculliniiiKs . . . Door Panels . . . Floor Mais . . . Complete liod.y Trim. Take advantage of our low overhead expense and have Uial old car repaired now. Any model from 1<)1<) to 1!)19 HOT'S BODY SHOP 110 So. Lilly Phone 3456 Bottled by SANDERS & WHEELER BlyHieville, Ark. Soybean Recleaning Let us reclean your soybeans. Our new modern cleaner double cleans, removes splits, faulty beans, dirt, trash, weed seeds, for better germination and purity. Blytheville Soybean Corp, Phone 856 1800 W. Main St. Phone 857 Elliott Johns, Prop. FOR REFRESHMENT AT ANY TIME! Our Restaurant Hus Hccn Redecoraivd For Vuur Comfort JOHNS CAFE 409 West Main MASON KEYSTONE HYBRIDS.,,., you REFRESHING REDUCING INVIGORATING Rid yourself of Unit u K ]y (•„(., | )0 tn men nnd women I'eel young and be young again by sulphur bath and oil massages. Course of 10 for S2(). For Appointment Call 2539 lf)l(> Ash Street E - C - Dayl * Violena Morgan .Miisstu.se Masseur H~v An official yield tests in four grtat corn Ifates, Kcyston* Hybrids hav« out-yielded the average of all other hybrids by 3.4 bushels per acre. Get your "Bonus bushels" of sound, high quality corn-plant Keystone proven hybrids. r?*iet<rf * 7<£.' Plant KiystoKi 31 hybrid r*commtnd«d for upl«nd, firit bottom and intnd bottom Joili. BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. FOR SALE Gel our prices on tested 12 inch to 18 inch concrete culverts. Also concrete building blocks. CALL ON US DIAL 691 We Deliver and Sell for Less Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone G!)l PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed licst Trices Kirby Drug StoreS Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Sljr.s 1. B and It Inch Culvert Tile Sizes 10, 12, 15, IS. 21, £«, ]| and 36 Inch A. H. WEBB H»J 61 at Slntt Line Phont Blytherllle 7H 856 -Phones- 857 If you're hurrying—\vc can rebuild your shoes in short- put lime possible by RKAf, workmanship. Of course, elos« prices, best material H-flLT€RS QURLITY SHOC SHOJ 121 W MAIN ST. f.ocnl & Long Distance Untiling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any I'lnce Buck Meharg 401 E. Main Sf. 1'hones: Day '16'' 2f)Sfi Ogden Soy Beans 2'= iiound hags. Clciincd and 90% gcrminntion test, $4.50 bushel. Highway 61, 5'i miles North of Slcele, Mo. Phone 9F12. J. R. Whistle .1. STUDEBAKER ... Originated th* "N*w Look" ! n Motor Carsl • First In Style! • First In Vision! • First by for with a Post War Car! Guaranteed Used Cars and Truck* See Chanbtin S«/« Co. tor Comp/.t. S.,vW CHAMBLIN SALES CO. » .R. & A,h Sts. Phon.2195 First National Insurance Agency FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION Phone i!31L 115 N. Second Street BILL WILSON Anthony Building CHARLES B1TTNER CAMERAS FOR RENT with Kiich Roll Film Developed BARNEY'S 2006 Weit Main St. Phon. 3647 tetwt* Siill & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mtrcury D»al»r Phone 3179 Blylheville Ark. 112 W»Bttt BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 GARDEN SEEDS COMPLETE STOCK BULK OR PACKAGE FRESH PLANTS DAILY BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 EAST MAIN ST. See Us Firsf EAsHifo AUTO SALES For That Cor 503 K. Main I'hone .l rlW VALUES AT LOW COST "Neuritis Has Kept Me In Torturing Pain" The Inttei- snys . . . "Seems like the pain Just wont let go." For more than 50 years doctors have prescribed ihls natural mineral water tliat lends to neutralize pain-causing adds. Phone or writ* ttxUy tor free booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Blytheville, Ark.