The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1946 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 13, 1946
Page 9
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FRIDAY, DKCKMBEK Ifi, 1946 BMfTHBVILLE (AKK.) COUKIKR NKWS Senator Calls Housing Parley Tennesseean Invites New Expediter, Others To Conference Dec. 18 WASHINGTON. Dec. 13. (UP) — Chairman Tom Stewart, D.. Tenn.. of a Senate Small Business Sub- commitlcc InvesUgiUinB the housing shortage said today lie would call the new housing and construction agency chiefs to testify Dec. He said Kxnediler Frank Crcodon and National Housing Administrator Raymond M. Foley would ije asked by the committee to blueprint the administration's future housing uolieies. Mnj. Gen. Philip B. Fleming head of the new office of temporary controls, also will be summoned. Stewart, who has branded the administration's housing program a failure, made the announcement a few hours after President Truman named the three men to their nc'.v jobs. "We hope before thev appear on Dec. 18 they will have prepared the information so that we can ascertain what the policy will be in the future." Stewart said. ! Meanwhile, Sid L. Darling, secretary of the National Wholesale Lumber Association, told the subcommittee that veterans "me not clamoring to purchase houses." He said the federal government should help house veterans by encouraging construction of rental accommodations. Joseph T. King, counsel for the National Lumber Dealers Association, said his industry felt that "federal interference" was detrimental to the veterans and to the public in general. Army Gets 'BatHewagon' Rooks Slated To Succeed LaGuardia WASHINGTON. Dec. 13. (UP) Maj. Gen. Lowell W. Rooks. USA. chief liquidating officer for UN- RRA. todny was nominated to succeed Fiorello H. Lacuardia as director general of the international relief agency. The nomination was made by UNRRA's nine-nation central com mittce. It urged the UNRRA council "with deep regret" to accept Lnguardia's resignation as of Dec. 31. Laguardia has headed UNRRA since last April. He succeeded Her becominK loo lull and hmvy t" house properly, After Bowling SO Years, Still Seeks 300 Score SI'. IX3VJIS (UP)—Jelly Amfllin;, secretary of I he Gi cuter St. Louts Howling Association, i.-. kco|>ii)K Ills HBO a secret, but hi- doesn't care who knows that hi''s brcn bowling '"i Til) \i-nr.s and hiisn't yet rolled n licrlci'l MO K nmr. lie's Mill Irylin:, thoujih. and Is IK'Oinl ol the fuel Hint yours iiR" ho Irnime the first St. Uiiilsnn lo i«'i a season average of 200. Am?H»K (iluycd lilii first game In IHOli, H'c nlRht the nation voted William M.'Klnli-y lino office us President. licud CoinU-r News Wiuil Arts PAGE NINE All Kinds , Among new armored monsters being delivered lo the U S Army 1 Jm ol " cw l ™ k -'ype batllewagon. developed by Chrysler Com ' ' NUTS and CHRISTMAS TREES CARTER GROCERY North Highway 61 Why, it's a flavor-treat at Dixie Land of course! DIXIE LAND CAFE Highway 61 North at Holland, Mo, rifle is interchangeable with a 10-inch howitzer "which shoots 'ii pound, shell 10 mile* belt H. Lehman, the original chief, of the international agency. i UNRRA officials sniil the lull council will vote today on whether} to accept the committee's iccom-l mendation. A simple council major-! ity is needed for election. j If elected, nooks will take ovcrj an agency sharply split on how relief operations should te handled in UNRRA's final months. The United States and Russia are at loggerheads over three principal issues, most Important of w!n:h is whether present relief should be frozen." programs Camjib?!!, farmer, had to "deaden his tobacco crop to keep it from KrowiiiK so t?.ll he couldn't gel it In his barn. Campbell, through good ai;ron omy, watched his onc-aml-onc half-acre crop grow until it. reached an average height o( seven feet. To prevent the stalks from grow ing any Inllcr, he cut a ring nround the base of each to check the growth and keep the tobacco from i Tob0cco Grows So Tall He Has to Curb It \ BOONEVIL-LE, Ky. (UP) — Joe | l*«ml * DtoUxr* Mmte* . IKtelr Hunzt*. •mm* M.mO ud HIM. After endless hours of .shopping lor jfifl items .' . . i|tiit tiring yourself needlessly—try the Dixieland. We've a galaxy of items that will fill that gift list and then some! Come on up, aliop and find what you svanl! Electric Irons Guaranteed for life! the perfect Xmas gift • Home Freezers (battery and electric) • RCA •Zenith *. Majestic ,' * Stewart Warner and others • Tire$ .--all sizes! Weekly Deliveries on WILLYS JEEPS! DIXIE LAND SERVICI ELLIS POOLE, Owner & Operator Highway 61 North, ot Holland, Mo. '~|~i|ii; first dig moment comes, of -"- course, when you step out of your door, and there's your very own Buitk, all ready and wailing. The next one conies when you roll clown the street in this handsome creation — and practically feel the eyes of the passers-by following. You get another lift the first time you meet, a hill, and the voice of your l : i re ball siraight-ciglu engine drops from baritone lo bass as it meets the challenge — and tramps the gnulu down into easy Icvclncss. Then some night you'll find yourself alone on a <|uict moonlit country road — and the whisper of your engine, the soft ircad of your coil-sprung wheels, your gentle, cradled, easy stride, will fill your soul with a peace you wouldn't trade for worlds. The simple truth is that it's not only an automobile you wait for when you v.ait for a Buick — it's an endless series of sweet satisfactions. It's not just a matter of si/.c and room and Fireball powcf and all-coil springing, as any iiuick owner will tell yon — it's the wonderful way all these add up to make a constant How of golden moments. You'd like those moments to start coining soon. So would the whole, hard- hitting crew that's waging relentless war against delays and shortages to produce Btiicks for you — and fast. But ihc most important thing — when you think it out — is what you get rather than it'hcti you get it — and what you really want is found nowhere else but in Butck. Why not settle your mind on that and he done with it? You can place your order now for future delivery, with or without a car to turn in — though we like to get trade-ins for our used- car buyers. Tuna in HCHRY J. MYIOR on Ifjo air Iwi'ce weekly HOW win rou mvi rai/* Summtr or wi/iler, Auicb't v«nli-h9alir n<6oni ipn'nplilte comfoH iniifig your tor. Alfc your a*aal»r oboul IJitl l»m- ncrajvra conditioner. Whot Ofhor Cor Has So Much That Clicks For Forly-Sixl SMAR7NE5S - iK patlern with c ich |ha ilyln ffrx>lh Aftfoil fcncfcn end boll-en rear wheel ihicfdi, fOVVW —from a flu'cfe Hrebotl OIL SAVINGS— Item nen-icuflrr.g Aecurilff cylinder t)ofm. HASHING ACJtON-ol fliln- STfADJNFJS— from full-lcnglh lorque-lube drfv chanit. full-lcnglh CUBING HOt-hom CONVfWffNCf-o( Mgh-fovsrag* StepOn pntVing broke. COWfORT—of loEt Foamtcx* cu^fi- PMOTCCTfON—o ioni in roomy Body by Filler. fenrier-shreldin fOOr/NG—of Broorfnm whcof*. CONTROL — Ihrough Permi-rifm il&ering. b^jm '^onm/fjr .*i-o( fttthitHii gtinjard on .V.'iri-anrf RciTlmasttr madclr.ariil- able on Special Strict ol extra coet. LANGSTO Walnut and Broadway OTEN CO Phone 553

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