The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1946 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 11, 1946
Page 9
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WKDNKSDAV, DKUKAIDKK II, JfMG Spending Spree Runs Unchecked Virginia Senator Issues Report Based On Government Hiring WASIHNG'1'ON. Dec'. 1. (Up) Sen. Harry !•'. ijyid, 1J . Vu.. iwrsis- tant advocate of government c:on- oniy. said today Hie time has come for congress 10. enact legislation . mnkiiiK il mandatory to slash tlic J JQVPrniiient agency "payrolls. By.-tl is cfmlnniin of the joint committee on reduction of non- essrniiai federal expenditures. He s:li<l in a monthly report that federal civilian employment by all ««j>cie.s oilier tliftn llic War utiil Navy department, increased during O:lobor for the istli consecutive month since V-J Day. War a »' Navy dcpaMmrnt per- _BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURILR NEWS Doctor Got a Break; and Deer, Too I.4C4 stinnol dropped 36.CJM and respectively during; October, Uyrd reported. Askic from these two iiRcncifs. federal employment increased 7,CC2 during the month he said. Mist marked increase during the month, Byrd said, occurred in the Veterans Administration, Hie War Assets Administration, ihc Com- incrnc Department and u, e Post Office Department. Noticeable decreases were recorded in the Agriculture Department, the Selective Service System llic Federal Security Agencv and Hie Labor Department "Thus Ihe now familiar pattern' '"' I '' rancc MCKC c considers his deer rifle repeals itself," Byrd said. ' "The'' e ' m " lie "' s uf ll rccciu hunting trip when h< ' ' ' Francc McKeo considers his deer rifle and his i llccted , sa. -e «ar and Navy departments slow- leg, and second an cielH-poim buck ' i ' in-okcn ' first ' . old line agencies reduce employ- 1 VlliC ° thC '' S l! ' hc °<> ' l«»-sc , . , -..,_ fcvj> »_l mill. J JL establishments cannot be expected •'The only remedy far swollen payrolls is additional legislation which win m afce further cuts mandatory. Su;h legislation must envision no more exemptions from erilniR limitations which have in 'tie past, m |>:<rt at least, impaired Ihc effect of the limitation law." small tree, spied a nice big buck, excited, fell out of i] ]( . , rec , I1UL broke Ins right leg. Formtlng about his deer, the doctor bcuan cnlb the frightened buck standing about 50 yards aw-iy a" broken and all. Uoc McKcc look a crark at I!H> ';,niin:i). Tl , o hours later Wends found him in the road, and about 150 vards from when- in,doctor said he shot the buck, they found »n ^hl-poinl buck Iclcphoto. Nine Farmers Convicted of Slaying Negro DANVILLE, 111. Dec. u. (UP) - -Nine farmers were fined t'lQV each In federal com! yesterday on cliarue.s or eon.sjijracy (o violate the civil rlRlits slaliiies In connection with the kWini! of a N«mro in Cclob:r. 1S)«. The men. all living near IMrts, nolo con- iiulfelni'inis men from orlRlnnlly involved in 111., entered pleas of :.-nderc ino defcnsel On mollou of the ^lie court, dropped npuinst four oilier Tcrre Ilaulc, md churned with being llic case. The men lined were Kmesi I'oy.-er, cidy Morris, Mnriln Kli\<lo. James Houston. Kd tiar- wood. Kenneth and Krrett no/.aan, HlibcrC 1 n. Tweedy unit dlMiies I'ricc. The Ne«ro whose body was found m an Edgar County, ]||.. inrnileia was James B. Person. .1:1 Tenni";We war vclcriin. He svfl.-i shot to death. Cards Invite Great Ones to Swim liia <Jln I world— B lll> !s i»nii; |K)i)l jnni ilocsu'i '»K his KIW stiitloiis I,, !( In Odnber monin. 1 I UP) — ciiarlm t believes In i.preii<l- »ms cheer nil »round the it iloltig It early, only " Oiikinont .ssvlni- nannncr himself, but slop Pop from send- iiifrs lo jipople of hl^li I (hi- duly. 1 Hit- pusl ] (nncy Old tlic Vi;J" Kirc(lii(;s In cusp niiy o( I lie Interiiiiliuniil tjlu «hol,s tivii- Ui liiki 1 i\ dip In I'OIJ'B pool, ((,, ns W ;nm d he )ins m , M'Rllsh c:iids lo josof Stiilln Klnr "r»J'«,. or ljili;i|n. 1're.skleiii ",-ru- ijiij", Winston Clunchtll ai,.| c«r- ilfll Hull. Old Now York Iron Mine May Bo Rcoponorf JtKKNK, N .V. (OP) —Word IIH.I ['.'•iv oiii tlial. llic lilslovlc old Cali'- Iron inline lnu'e limy b) fc- .'i'll, Appearance nl llic nilnre <i( rn- KliU'Hs imcl sli'e] cnniDiiny rejirc- M'lilalivcr. leiltnllic belief Ihul Aic mines nuiy In' woikcd nnc<ln for llic linn- )n move than 38 yenrs. The mines were dosotl In 1{KI8 ultei- ir.oii' tlian 100 years of neurly con- tliuiuu:; ciiii'ialiou. .. TOPS FOR QUALITY omuimu. I.ona hlnnil Cilu N T ' lilylhevill* White Men Improvise School for NdYajos BLANDING. Utah (UP)-School isn't just for the "white man's children" any more in southern Utah, where 57.0BO TTavajos make their home. Indian children now have their own school, built and taught by tiie white residents themselves. 'Pioneer j-Jtiisens of this small town decided to 'juild the school when they discovered that H.COO of the Indian children were of school age. but "had none lo attend. The Indians have beat a trail lo the unfinished school's door. The floors arc still tare, while the seals and arm desks have been hewn out of tlic same rouuh wood of which the school is built. Cash appropriations for the , fcliool came from general author!-' ties of the Church of Jesus Christ of I,itler-Day Saints. Tbe Blanding residents got together materials and built the school in their spare time. j When materials are available Ihc! school wil] have a lath and plaster [interior, while plans are already ' being made for a kitchen in a second roo.nC where children will l>n served hoi-lunches. Franco Speaks MADRID. Dec. 11. lUI'i Ciell- crnllHMmo !-Yancisco Franco, speaking for Ihe balcony of Orienle Palace to » muss lilortiiif; <il njo.OOO prisons said today that Spain \iculd nol tolerate foreign interference m Spain's internal affairs. The meeting was summoned n's a national day of protest against United Nations deliberations on the Spanish question. Men outnumber women 3;t7fl ilo H72 among i!i6 iion-alioil»iiial residents of Australia's Northern Territory Expert attention! A few minutes this week may decide whether your car sees you through to thai still-distant new one or not! Winter's mighty close. Its first real blast will cripple many cars caught unprepared for winter driving. Don't let it happen to you! Take those few minutes now—today or to-' morrow—to let your neighborhood Esso Dealer give your car the expert attention and quality Esso Products that can put it in tip-top shape for hard winter miles ahead! UNEXCELLED ESSO MOTOR OIL, It's extra Imigli for engine protection ... extra Croc-flowing for quick starts in cold weather! EXPERT CHASSIS LUBRICATION. You need fresh grease ol the correct grade properly applied at every lubrication point from front lo rear. Let your Esso Dealer do it now! BATTERY CHECK-UP. Cold weather starting calls for a fiill-poiccrcd battery ! Don't let yours let you down. How's the time to lest and inspect it; recharge if needed! RADIATOR CARE. Don'l let a surprise cold-snap jay your car up for repairs'. Have your radiator Hushed, checked for leaks, your anti-freeze put in now! TIRE INSPECTION. Now's the sensible time to replace smooth ones with new, deep-tread ATLAS i ires lor safer winter driving, They're still short STANDARD OIL COMPANY or QUftLITY YOU CAN COUNT OH! Whether it's for a lankful of gas — a change of oil—or a new ATLAS Tire or Battery— I/OK can count on quality when yon slop fit the famous red-white-and- blue t,sso Sign. Behind it arc the: country's tartfcst petroleum laboratories. .Make the Esso Sign your regular stopping place ! £sso DEALER The Sign oi "Happy Motoring to IO 98 blocV royon crepes—twinkling iwilli glittering | r j mi spoiling with ( holiday personality, full of exciting' new details. Sizes from 9 to 15; }2lo20;38lo44/ COUPON BOOKS., £~gj) May bo'.spont'as Caih "*" for any item at Wards! Lf.~«1onia stle neiirly 134 years HRO Jy David parish, the original own- IT, In IttlU, a bla&t furnixcc to smelt the orn was creeled ut nearby Ilossle mid Jrom 1837 unlll ivy/, • "i""s ',.'nd (uriiaro worked to- Kellicr lo put cut the pig iron. c , aear .n« cird, hf ti,J ?n ? 01 - tin, okir .. O '?'d S £*?& , plU * Eve* faithful to Bridal Tradition.;;' A; ffincsl (Qua/if,; / ai Pat O'Bryant Brllllwit dUraond ol c'«»t ,' culqualllj., utln J1K yll. ' . i-^V ^WWf-,'.- -'— 4^" I ' l n; ropufnr cfinnncl idling; Imnd act slonej. lliilctirtl briJal J6t u-ith three ilifimonds in both tcnuiiful rings. NEW JERSEY "LOVE FOREVER" J 22 SO JlnMe nrM RFODIT;? HK Ruttl wctldins biimli in matcWnz - TERMS:- A L/TTLE EACH WEEK — A small deposit holds any I diamond ring you select. Choose now for Christmas-giving! PAT O'BRYANT .JEWELER Main & Second Phone 326I

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