The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1946 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 9, 1946
Page 12
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PACE TWELVE • • Irfc Governor Cdmniitt4e Reprimanded tor Offering Criticistn ' ROCK,- Ark., Dec, 9. — Ben Laney last week" defended tile State Revenue Department against charges made by til epre-legislative Joint budget committee that four of the five liquor im'estigtors should be eliminated. At' the same time, the governor reminded the committee that its purpose was to approve budgets of all departments and not to criticize the operation of Ihe state's affairs. "You can't collect liquor taxes without the authority to enforce the stale laws." LSniey declined. If you're going to charge the Hev- enue Department with enforcing the liquor law, you've got to give it something lo work with." Tlie governor said the (Ive In- vestlga'tors In the department ca'n- not • supervise 4,000 liquor estab- lishmeiils. Revenue Commissioner Otho A. Cook^ Rsked Thursday that he be given, five more investigators. The committee , in turn recommended dismissal of all except (he chief Investigator. Defending Cook, the governor pointed out that revenue funds have"' been collected during the past-two years at a lower cost than ever .'bfcf ore. ', Governor Defends Cook "I -think Otho worked hard ami; has done a pretty fair Job," Laney said.; And to the committee, Laney sald:'- "Members of the committee should '"realize that they cannot legislate. But if (heir recommendations on finances are sound, they^may be adopted by the legislature." ' . . - . Rallying behind Rep. u H. Autry tif Burdcttc, the budget group earlier completely eliminated 20 revenue departinc'iit employes, Including all the Investigators in the beverage .and cigarette tax divisions .:. .. Au'try, flung a ^.'politics" charge at Commissioner Cook and staled (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Ihvestigarioh of Senator Bilbo Started 1 {Scalp Disease " Spreads in North Carolina T. B. Wilson, Ntjcro |>resii!ciH of (life Pro B re S sjy Voters' |J.-JI B >IC. second froin ri-lil nrrlve, • i, Jackson Mississippi,. <:o>,rt room to be the flnt wm^.ss to i.ppiMr before u Seii^e im'e.sllgal!u K ' com'' Hitlee lookup into election eomplnhits eonccrnliiK bvnntur I.vilb 0 „[ Mississippi Kllbo is se-ilecl ser,, from left at a table with his attorneys. iNEA Teli'iihoto.i ' ' . •^'•'">'i lint In Ills opinion the Tnvestlr gators "represent, the tie-up with most of the crookedness in various counties in connection with liquor licensing nnd tninperliiy; will] local politics." The whole ctuestlon of politics came lip when Cook first look the stand and was reminded of the sudden firing ol two Mississippi Comity tlcpnrl.- menlnl employes shortly lifter llie primary last Sumnibl 1 . Still other employes deleted from the department by action 01 the committee included n special income lax agent, two janitors, and assorted clerks and stenographers. The lolnl revenue, depart-! incut request is for S1.250.OT&, a. lilkc or some 425,000 over the bur- rent upcriuionnl budget. j dally for from one to three months. Courier New* V»"ant Ads. I flUSU.NCJ'ION, N. C.. IX'C. U. iL'I'i -A Ir-rijc number of the students at Alnmance Coun'.y schools iriiiy hitvc lo .share tlieir heads to cue] (in (j)i(iemiD ot scalp ringworm v. fn: li IIHS infmeti an estimated n p'r cent of the teen-age 1 pupils, !;: M M.iri-lu-ad said today. 1): Mureheiul said tlltra-vlolct X- rrr., rivalled 97 pusillvc cases an:ont; 5HO students examined, and 'thai li'.sts were ilnderwuy at other echo")!'; in the county. Treatment for, the disease, he said, involves cllppln;; the hair and \ :i|i;;!;, li.r :i medicated ointment Relief At Last i ForYourCough; Creomulslon relieves promptly because ft goes right to the seat of the (rouble lo help loosen and expel i t'L-rm laden pblegni, and nld nature to soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed bronctaal mucous membranes. Tell yoiir druggist to sell you n boltle of Creomulslon with the understanding you must like the way It quickly allays the cough or you fro to have your money back GREOMULSION f->r Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis FARM PITGyES OITGH BANMEVEUN6 PRIVATE ROADS ' OR ANY try at the peace ntblcs. The 58-year-old ambassador was stricken* at 11:45 p.m.aftcr a worx filled day that wus loppetl off by a three-hour conference with prime minister Constantln Tsaldaris and other Greek leaders at the Plaza Hotel last nighl. Greek .Amfeassat/or to U. S. Dies 6t Heart Attack NEW YORK. Dec. 9 (UP)—Cimon P. Dlamantopoiilos. white- haired slender Greek ambassador to the United Slates, died of n heart nttack shortly before midnight VISIT US IN OUR HEW LOCATION Base Cabinets — Wall Cabinets Innersprmg Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 113 East Main Phortfe 2302 ; A " n ° r Rmplojets are War Veteran*. "Cleaning You'll Rave About!" 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HAMLIIS CALENDAR TURNCD BACK 7O \fAKS, ALLEY OOP AND POP FISH HOPE TO L ocATe'saooo IN GCH.D TAK&I IH TUB HOLDUP OF STAGE, NOW LOOK.THIS IS A ROUGH COUNTRY FULL OP TCUGM PEOPLE-SO f TO GET INTO THIS OUT- ' LAW CROWD SOU GOTTA BE MEANER'N A : I/'VEH.BUT THE , RDR\\E \ ACl'SNOaOOO) A ^'- -, THAT'S A ) IP \OUVVIND j^.^ -''< CIM<;H/ UPINTH' -*• - CCMLTERV

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