The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 7, 1946
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SATURDAY, NICCKMHKH 0, l'J-16 BLYTHfiVILLE (ARK.) COURlfcR NEWS PAGEITViU, iruman Speeds :nd of Controls New Agency Planned To Handle Priorities And Check on Rents WASHINGTON, Uoc. 7—C'JP) — • President was pressing lo- |(la.v lor ;> fast cleanup of rcmnlu- arlijnc controls, carlv announcement was cs- d trom the While House on Union of CPA. tlic Civilian Pi'oilucti'Mi Administration and other war agencies. Surviving functions were to be bundled into a new cilice of Rents and Priorities. Top war agency officials had '[Uit. John I). Small, in a farc'"'ell conference us CPA cll;f, foresaw simplitieation ot building restrict ions and an early end to most remaining CPA functions. He said, however, that some restrictions must be kept lor many months to come, spcifically he mentioned mventory controls, and restraints on use Of scarce tin and rubber. The bun on two-pants suits, ho said, is on the nay out. The veterans housi'js program R'as to be retained. But it was ob- in for a trimming. irou much and how soon, nobody cv.Ul say. Wilson W. Wyatt, who quit us Experitcr when German Scientists Work In Texas imofce Eliminator OHKKNVll,!,!-:, H. C., Dec. 7. vUP) Mere's another "jiuin ot the vi'iir" louilniillon for coal mine head ,'o!ni Lewis. Greenville city smoke iibatenu-iit itllccr 11. Q. linker loclay lennrd he United Mine Workers' president 'the outstanding IHjure of the union In the Held of smoke i-lliul- untion." A sen urchin annually >>i-odui;cs is many |. K1 ;s ns (here nre peo;!le 11 the city of New York. German scientists work In the chemical lab M u. H. Army Ordnance Genera] Hospital Annex. El Pnso. Texas, l.elt to right: Dr John G Dr. Carl Heger, who is in charge of the las. .MICA 'IclepluHo ) Laboratory at William Ucaum Tchlnkei. Dr. Josepli Michel nil Negro Deaths Services will |,i< helel tomorrow nftminoii i ()l Maiidy 1'nUlsim, lii- ir-old Neyro woman, who rtleU Tlmi'Mliiy [irimiotm, 4 o'clock, at her hiiiiu 1 , 10!) Kast Mallils. 'I'he Hi'V. J. w. (ilu/c will coii- iUii'1 M'rvla'.s at Home I'mieral Home ni ;• oVtoek with burial nl lllghvvu.v in cemetery. j •Kc.slileiil of nlylliovllli' aft years, I ife of Ulcli I'uUIson. | FAR/I DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY SUR1S REtlEVING All , COLD MISIRIbS-IN JUST 6 SECONDS)! """>'" | I EXCAVATION Tn ku i.'li.r f,,Mi, .-1,1 il,- i, ,liu,l,,l. COLD PREPARATIONS lABlDIS OR IIQUIO Sugar Supply ^lousing Experitcr when pre-nVlenG i A j ll.'timan ordered an easc-off-from fvidV fflCfCCfSP housing controls, warned; 1113 * T1V */ • * "•• *•» **+»** J Early in 1947 emergency was not over. He told a press conference the .shortage or homes will be more acute at the end of this ys-.u- than' WASHI-NGTON. Dec. T. (UP) — it was when the program was Secretary of Agriculture Clinton ?.'• launched last, January. [ Anderson announced today that This, he said, was true despite "barring unpredictable disasters" completion of 5CO.OOO home's, and consumers will get an extra flve- dcspile the: [act that l.COOJXX) pound sugar stamp 'per person by houses will have been started by April 1. the end of December I Anderson saiil he believes the Wyatt offered no criticism ol ^W M 'l'!% w '» warrant further Sir. Truman. But !-.e of 2,700,000 homes for 1!M8 cannot be met without. of the tools he rccommendi'd -unsuccessfully—to the President. element to Mop exploiting the miners :uul ruthlessly suppressing their attempts to orgauizj." vice, the P! council's bi workers tr manascmen stead of o this lime the problems loni; since would have been solved aiul good | will would have taken the place ^einr-iu iaken thai ad- ol hale anil battle." ; leader told tile I "Now. at last the men arc or- imia! mcelin. and had t:anize(l." he sakl. "ami nsinn the same method of |;o\ver for scllish ends, they paralyze the economic life ol the nation." cd to arbitrate with generation ago in- lining to fight, "by niri hK fonl increases in rations later in 1947. j r'r i i Industrial users will get an increase 1 i uis DCIOI. bj . Apri] j too.—an additional 10 usc per cent over the 1041 base period.! Anderson said it appears likely that the sugar shortage will continue to an extent requiring con- • Novy Recruiting Unit Will Visit BlythcYille A Naval rte.sci ve Mobile Rccruit- Unit will be in Qlylhcville Monday ami Tuesday, with headquarters in the Court House bullrt- tog. (o handle enlistments in the Naval Reserve v-(i Program. Open to any man honorably discharged from tile armed torccs, tiic V-fi pi'Ogl'am ];rovides training and a t\vo-\vceks cruise each year for members of the Naval Reserve, who ircmain in:n civilian status while in the prosram. trols throughout, 1947. Read Courier News YVrfiit Arts. Mine Operators Of Generation Ago Criticized SEATTLE. Dec. 7. (UP) Metho-j dist Bishop G. Bromley Oxuam ol | New Yoik says Ihc coal strike iS| a result of management's failure to j heed the plea of church leaders! a generation ago. ] In his final statement as presi-i •"dent Of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America. Di-' shop Oxnam said that "a generation ago church leaders asked man-' "Cleaning You'll Rave About!" You'll rcully rave abuuL our wry of cleaning ... it leaves vonr clothes KO clean and ncw-Ukc. CALL 3738 BOONE CLEANERS '5 Home for Your Formal I Tractor Is Delta Implements Inc. Expert Repairs! Delta Implements,- Inc. 312 So. 2nd St. Phon* 863 R. H. Godsey N. Illghway'til'.-. Across from Comri. «-w_ \(\1 1 TIME CALLED! Christmas deliveries for VKN'K- 'HAN Hl.INDS will he cunran- teed if yuu place your urclcr Lc- fore Dee. lilh. 1 MORE DAY I.rl us sand an.T rcllnisli your. Doors. \Ve can make them Innlt like new—\ve guarantee sulisfuc- tion. DEAL'S PAINT STORE JO I First I'lionc 46!) CHAMBLIN SALES co STUDEBAKER SoUt — Sarvlei f '• ' 4 -24th- Year Itrpairing KiiiIIus 8 In DlylhcvJlle H. S. WERNER Call 3431 Wr RDT and S«l ' «OOD USED CARS Bill Ohamhlln — L<n Ck Railroad I Ash St. Phon. Zl»i SEIBERLING SPECIAL Tanrc SERVICE HIRES for Extra Sofefy RELY OH THE, EXTRA QUALITY' BUILT INTO ... _„ SEIBERLINGTIRES LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CM AS. 15ITTNER ANDREW }. FLORIDA. V\c^pr«. s , dKn , PHONK Z10 Mlnicilppi County Bank Bulldin« Osceola, Arkansas GIFT GOODS-TOYS We huvc i he lurnesl seltu-liim of nil I K«o<l« iiiul lnys ilisiiltiycd. You will have to set 1 our display l>t>fi>re you I'nn I'enline jusl how lin-^e our slock rwtlly is. \Ve in- vile you to visit our Kloro—new noods wriviujj daily. II "'ill imy you to buy early. Utilise t .sales am be had— Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply I'hoiie 828 •119 West Main SI. S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK Wh*r* Your Flower* Ar« — You Aral One call to UH will arraiiKe to have your remembrances sent, not jtmt once, but month after month. Ask ttbout, this plan. FLO WER SHOP f*- «*) w. |>«1|T« Mr*. J. H. IMB«| WlflUB*. *WM< OhlltM KM*. BUY HIM A TIRE FOR XMAS \\'c have jusl rocoivi'd ;i S.WIIJHT Car Tires 475-i9 550-18 550-17 550-16 600-16 650-16 700-15 sliiunu'iit of tin!.- 'Truck Tlrus 600-16 700-15 750-16 650-20 700-20 700-20 750-20 900-20 6 ply 6 ply 8 ply 8 ply 8 ply 10 ply 10 ply 10 ply MUD CHAINS REBUILT BATTERIES Your One Stop Station MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sis. "*)>^^ FELIX /A CARNEY City Radio Repair Radio* and Appliance* 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407 Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R, Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years I'lioiu 1 Kvvninifs — fioul House, MX l,;ikc •" ' or Writi- V" Hox SI, Kosi'land, Ark. CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS lirz£ W* or* Dealers for THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. WANTED Used Cars and Trucks WE BUY—SELL—OR TRADE Tho Top Dollar Paid in > • • • C-A-S-H NO DttLAY — NO RKU TAPE We Now Have A Few Nice Ones ' For Sale or Trade BUD WILSON AUTO SALES I'hnne 2037 Cor. Franklin and Main St. No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property fn Towns of Over 2500 MONFV PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION If TITLf IS SATISFACTORY Call or Writ* FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY HV,,lfoSME TURNE WASH TUBB8 ' L'^IE SEEN fOU/l'M, INCUNEO TO ftGP.eE.50N. FIRST,WEliY ' W rnMP UP WITH tNUP« XTRIPI INrt ^UfX-TFNVPneABU V— t ^ SOON H.'Kf£S XIT'S^HOBLE CHPKRIMUG WINVER\ CMISE.PN.... HOWvE WILt BE N | BUT HOW CW HMEN FOR. OUR. COME UP WITH I INVEST ^TPIFUNG SUfA-TENSPORftplLJ SOWE BRituiw \ v^nis ^ to<:^^- REM.TOR. THEM SEND A ^RMEGtr.\5,BUCCT,>^ FEV>J VI1RES TO Ol!R OtD FWEND, WKEE! BUT THIS ONE ^GED r*-i.LOw / KRT1STS! A *90, OOO HOUSED BY FRED HARMAN Your HU'p, Hoys While Hns{Ii-rs Work MY V. T. HAMUN /OIC-VV, POP, TOE I TI.MG AIACHINE'S I REACT/ TO LAND NOU GCX7V GULCH, AU5UST3.P87S' EVEN DAYS 1-kDLDUP TO BE- AND 1 PIOGER .VJOTHER T BIGHT DAYS IN ALL.. CW/ TO LEARN WHERE TtlEV HID) THEN I SNAP THE LOOT BEFORE THE SHER- / NCXJ BACK HERE JL SO LCXS&,

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