The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 21, 1946
Page 6
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P4GB SO Deficit Spendino 'Bad Business' Governor Stands -Pa?' Oh Earlier Declaration On 'Government Affairs UTTLS ROCK, Ark.. Dec.. 21. (UP)— Gov .Ben Limpy, Jong n '.foe of (leticit spending,' reiterated his stand yesterday in Ins press conference. 'I-ha\e always held to the theory that : spending more ilinu vbfir income is an unsound fiscal policy, and I see no retisou for changing that reasoning now," the chief executive said. • Hfs statement followed a:tion \esteiday .of .'the prc-lcgislaiivc budget 'QOmmUtec i" approving budgets for Institutions beyond estimated income, even after trimming each individual budget. I 'Although some increases are, justified in budgets," iic said, "otli- 1 ers must be cut if no new sources' of revenue can be foi.'nd If we can't run this 'state and stay within the 'record-high revenues now coining, in, there ' must h; something wrong with the entire system." The gotcinor said he opposed deficit spending at this time for three reasons: 1.; The people of Arkansas iloii't wan I. to go In debt. 2 It is bad Psychology to encourage the additional spending of money, at a time when all costs are ;iiear a peak. Spacing the state in debt, is a good way to discourage nciv industries- and investors who would move into'Aikansns if they were assured that the government is sound. tiney also indicated that lie ma v recommend additional consolidation of state departments or jobs and the transfer of funds from one department to another in: order to nil the critical needs of ; various institutions. t}f viewed philosophically the budget committee's action yesterda,. in refusing to recommend" a $5031) salary for a new position which he had. recommended, that of insUlu- lion liaison jiinn. fi'.T'TV'"? 1 *' aski "E for i man * Bllt C ° lllct '""I 1 tlic in ' ns save sonic money" he , if thc Ic 8is!ature d'ocs.i't High and Dry—And How! (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Very ranch on the rocks is [IMS shire coast like piece of U the governor declined say Parents of Six Sent to Jail For Delinquency HCT SPRINGS, Alki, Dec. 21. (UP) —Mr. and Mrs, Claude Reynolds, parents of six young children, prepared today to spenfl Christmas in the Garland County Jail, following their sentence for contributing to thc delinquency and dependency of a minor yesterday. The couple was sentenced to one year In prison by Acting Judge Richard M. Ryan in Hot. Springs M'tniclpol Court. The charges were brought after Mrs. .pain Heady, head of the county welfare department, reported that slie found the children living in a one-room log shack on thc Amity Highway near the city. The children,- ranging from three years to 14 years, told officers they had not seen their parents for two weeks. They were turned over to Juvenile court authorities, I Reynolds, a taxi driver, contended! Hint lie gave the children all that' he could from his $25 a week earnings, but said that he and his wife whether or not lie would ask iv- -mstateinenl, of the position when me Ganeral Assembly convenes next Sullburn, British minesweeper.* It riftwood by recent gales which i Emergency Landing MOBILE, AlA., Dec. 21. (Ill')—A four-engine Pan-American Air Lines I5C-4 cnrontc from Balboa, annul Zone, io New Orleans, niadu im emergency landing at Brookley Field here Pi-lday with one engine dead aiid another not functioning pr<>»- erly. ' None of the M passengers and Six. crewmen aboard was hurt , The pilot of the ship reported lie flew here after the plane struck u tree while atfeinpting to land In Mrt wnitlier at the New Origins airport. The plane was covered vith moss and twigs when It landed hi-iv was tossed up on rugged Devon- oared m? English Channel. Sues for $13,500,000 HOLLYWOOD, Dec. Hi. (UP) — Producer David O. Sel/.nick yesterday I'ilptl .suits In federal and sii- niii-ior courts asking S13.SOO.OOO from •Mi.-ry 1'ic-kford. Charlie Chaplin United Artists and the Pickford Corp. for "wilful nusnandllng" of | his movie efforts. Father of Trio, Killed in Fire, Dies of Injuries STATESVILLE, N. C.. Dec. 2). (U.-i—Huy -Edwin Drown, 20, whose three children were burned to death •llmrsday when lire destroyed their Iioinc. died in a liospita! here early yesterday from burns received In uu' bh /?. Doctors had held no hope lor Hrown's recovery, but his wife also in I he hospital with burns, was ii'pOL'lcd iwproviny. couple's three children—Hnr- vry. 7;'Ray, Jr., 5. and David 2— were trapped by 'flames in the three-room Hu«e when „ Ciltl ol Iti'iou-iin e.-X \l as Brown was iryniS to st,,:t ;,-fire in a heater SATURDAY, DRCBMIHOR 21,-19,10 . Air-Minded .LITTLE HCCK, Aik, Dec. 21.' iUP)—Tiic creation of a new slut? agency to control and supervise tiie aviation industry In .'Arkansas was proposed today by State Sen. Ellis Fagan. chairman og Gov. Ben La- •ic.Vs special rviatlon IcBislaliim committee, • , Arkansas got its name from the Algonquin name of the Quapaw Indians. (;AKI> or THANKS We w-ish to tnlie this oppimun tv of IlKinkhif! our friends for trn-fi- many and great kindnesses sh'jv/.i to us at the lime of the' ivc?ia death of our wife and mother Your thoughtfulness .will always be ic- mejnbered. 'Glenn B, Castlcman, husband Mrs. U'ona Sliced, clau«lii?r. FARM DITCHf S DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROAI5S OR ANY 111 I Read Connor New.', T.'jnt Ads. London plnns a World's rah- in 1!151 as n demonstration of Brlt- 'nlii's retfovcry "frohi the war. were separated and that she was supposed to be looking for work -, Mrs. .Rcynuids told the j lu i gc that she had no money for the support ol the children. Furniture is the Ideal Gift! Floor Lamps — Table Lamps Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 0 All Our Kmplnjees are War Vetera Phone 2302 Pamper Your Winter Coat You pick out your winter coat carefully . . . make sure It slnys in the same good condition by letting us clean It I PHONE 3738 BOO ME CLEANERS Change In LocdHc-n A. T. WILSON . Fur Market Iformrrly lat-.tleil In Gaitics Grocery) Now' operating in (lie Grear Grocery Store lilZ K. Main St. ,rhonc 2581 Your patronage is appreciate-! . . . . Our policy is Io give you the- best in sen-Ice nmi satisfactlo.-i. F a r m a I I Tractors Get Belter Care at Your McCormick Deering Dealers. Bring it to— Delta Implements,-Inc. 312 So. 2ml St. 863 We suggest a Complete Brake Inspection — RIGHT NOW! LOY EICH Chevrolet- Co. Place Your Orders NOW For Christmas Ducks, Geese TURKEYS OnitlSTJVIAS TREES Halsum Needle—Fast American Lady Poods PICKARD'S Photic 2043 1014 Chicknsnwba GIFT GOODS -TOYS \Ve have the largest selection of gift -goods a n<1 toys Displayed. You will have to see our ^display before you «m reiiJi/.t! just how large our stock really is. We in- vilo yo-i to visit our store— neW goods arriving daily. II will ,,ay yon Io buy early. Budget sales can be ImVJ— Blaii Heath Auto & Home Supply 8. J.COJiEN UTfjICH BIDG. Biy r>hone828 West Main St. CONGRETS.BUILDING BLOCKS Aiso CULVERTS art Dealers IV Thichrs tip to 41 lm:)iri Wh*v« Your Flower* A^—You Ar«f One call to us will arrange to have four remembrances sent, not Just once, but ™°" th after month. Ask about this pl an FLOWER SHOP CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER SaUt — S«rvlc« ' W* Bay »nH P»ll GOOn USKt) CAB8 BU ChJunblta _ L*. Cbmn ^.•.>.«L>:>i>^>:>:>;> : > : x> :>:> ; > . >:> ^^^^ w: ^ ;K ^ > . > . > . >;> . > , i . vv . > . w(> ..^ BUY HIM A TIRE FOR XMAS I ji We have jusl received a large shipment of tires ? rnssensrer Car Tin's 475-19 550-18 550-17 550-16 600-16 650-16 700-15 MUD CHAINS Railroad t Ash Sn f'hont tl»» Be-Sure! INSURE With The, FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. IHTTNER No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS O« Good Business and Residential Property < n Town* of Over iSOO MOJMfr PAW ON DAY Of APPLICAtfOH IF TITLf IS SATISFACTORY Call or Writ* FLORIDA REAl ESTATE LOAN COMPANY | ANDRKW J. FLORIDA. V»«-Pmid«rt JTHON1 HI Mlnhsippl C<Hin»y Bank lulldln* Osceola, Arkansas -im Q Truck Tires 600-16 6 ply 700-15 6 ply 750-16 8 ply 650-20 8 ply 700-20 8 ply 700-20 10 ply 750-20 10 ply 900-20 10 ply REBUILT BATTERIES Your One Stop Station '$ AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sis. >?«^o^^x>;c^^ FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radio* and AppJiancmt 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407 FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tiie & tulvert Co. 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. . WANTI Used Cars and Trucks WE BUY—SELL—OR TRADE The Top Dollar Paid in C-A-S-H NO DELAY — NO RKf) TAI'K We Now Have A Few Nice Ones For Sale or Trade BOD;WiLSON-AUTO SHIES ''*'* ; Cor, Frnnk tin fin'' .V;nin St Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wrn. R, Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Phono Kvenfnfvs — Boat House, )!!••• Luke . or Wrilc 7<- finx 84, Rosclanil, Ark. «V I KSI.IFO TURNKJ* . ! OtiWCV HIHKLEI.WEU, WW.'N FUTURE \^S^fT THWf, CCHNOOSNCE! WHY, WE 1 HUSBMJ'. \NESOTIMIMS WITH HI*TO LEAVE OUEENCV JORKI^ A.W) COME TO HfKK IXPilSTRl£S! HINKLE HOWS THAT Bid BOUNCING 80V OF YOURS '. VOVJ SPEAKIH' TO its. ?„, VflW. PRET5V GOOD. I MESS. BUT HE'S BEEN DOIH T HIS 30UKC1N' IN TK'VARiNES! K v f''KKJJ JTARMAiN i We LL FINd ^Ol'tC : J .L? .\RCUND ht^E • uirrit " " ' i THESE A ! COW I»Y V. T H. \j\H , AND IT'LL re BBFORE THEV CAN FdiNP I'P -HOOSH HAGS TO R?PM f\ CUTOF jniL-Tjevu. ee NIC6, <p(j |ET LITTT-E LAMBS • ;? ;OW» > -( IN A\N K>. 'W

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