The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 15, 1947
Page 10
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TEN Speaker Selects Committee Heads Autry is Chairman • Of Education Group; '. Fleeman in Dual Role ; LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jan. 15 — •(W)—Important committee chair- tannships were announced yesterday by Roy Rlales, speaker of (he House for the 56lh General Assembly, for Mississippi county )neirbei5 of the lower branch of the legislature. Rep l t . H. Autry was selected , le head Section A of the iinporl- - »nt Education Committee. Itcp. ; E. C. Fleeman heads two com. mUlces. One is the Efficiency . Commillee, and (he oilier i s the * Aeronautics Committee. He Is an . aviation enthusiast, • Miss Alcnc Word of Osccoln was named chairman or the committee on Levees and Drainage, and to membership on committees on Cities and Towns, Corporations, ~ " - " •• ""i uui jjui (i viuu: Judiciary A, and Roads and. High Ways. • Leslie Speck Frenchman's Bayou, was selected vice chairman of "the Roads and Highways Committee B. and to membership on committees bn Apportionment, Education B, Penitentiary and Veterans, . Representative Fleeman 'also will serve as a member of commlileor 'on Agriculture A, Apportionment Banks and Banking, Cities nm Towns Roads and Highways \. J JJepresentative Autry was inacie * member of the Budget, Corporations General Welfare, Levee ;\au Drainage and Penitentiary Committees, In addition to heading Ihe Education Committee. Other committee chairmanships ycirt to the following members from other counties: : Agriculture, Section A — H. H McAllister o/ Craigliead counts'. : Agriculture, Section B — Oliver Atchley of Dallas county. • Apportionment — R. A. Lynch of • Poinsett county. : Banks nnd banking—Cnv] Hen- drlx or Sevicr county. ; Budget—Carl Hendrlx of Sevier county. ; Charitable institutions—Dr. n. C. Farmer or Crawford county. Circuit and justice courts—J. L. BItllc of Cleburne county. Cities and towils—E. p. Harper of Pulaski county. - Claims — John States of Craig- nead county. Conservation of natural resources—Sam D. Crawford of Union county. , Constitutional amendments — Claude Coflelt of Benton county. Corporations — R. K. Toney of Jefferson county. County and county lines — R. M Ruthven or Baxter county. County and probate courts—Loyd Darnell of Garland county. ' -Potions—Bert Pouncey, jr., or Crltlenden county. ' B|grossed bills—Elbert Milciiell son county. jrolled bills—L. L. plunkett of . palobuu county. Federal relations—R. L. Wright of Chicot county. ,. FI °°d control—L. Brumbalow of Ouachita county. General welfare—j. c. Carter or Boone county. Industrial schools—Conway Alsup 10 < A »K.) COUIllKR NJSWS ~ jFirst JefAuto Proves"'Hot Stuf , says the * Ycakel cine! in 15-pound asbestos suit, to ride "side-sacldlo" as he abilc at Kosamond, Calif., dry Uiku. Ycakel, who built the iet c-l, : can be adopted to both speedboat and automobiles ' Truman Agrees To Conferences in White House Local & »nd lllic Homo tone Distance Moving I Help ind «in!pm«nt. A4«- Iniurtd Coatllct Hauling Simc«9. Serrlc» ft StorzE* Go, Thane 2301 WASHINGTON. Jan. 15. (UP) — 'resident Truman will hold periodic conferences with legislative leaders on 1( bi-|iartisan basis. House Minority Lender Sam Rayburn, D., Tex., announced this today after conlcrrlng w ilh the chief executive. When the Democrats w-crc in control of congress, the President held weekly conferences with the speaker, the president of the Sen- file and the House and Senate leaders—all Democrats. He would not say that the meetings would be held on the old weekly bnsis, but said they would be periodic. He said he did not know when the first conference would uc held. of Pulaski county. Insurance; _ LCC Sefunsler of Washington county. Public buildings and grounds—C. II. Herndon of Montgomery coun- Intcrstate cooperation—Tom Allen of Monroe county. Journal — T. M. Hooker, Jr,, or Jefrerson county. Judiciary. Section A—W. L, Ward of Lee county. Judiciary, Section B—James R. Camubell of Garland county. Ljfar— Heartsill bastian county. Memorials—W. county. Militia—T. M. Hooker or Jefferson county. Mines mid mining—O. R. Williams of Grant county. \ Oil and gas—li. D. McDonald of LaFayctte county. Penitentiary—J. T. Wimberly of Lincoln county. Public health and practice of medicine-P.p. Alexander of Pike Rngon 'of Se- L. Ward of lice Read Courier News Want Ads. Let Us Help You— STOP DRINKING [ There is no medical remedy for i drink . . . but we can help you i resist its Influence I No cost to you | —only co-operation. JUST CONTACT { Alcoholics Anonymous Box 873—Blylbmllc, Ark. Come To: U-DQ-lt LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes Open 8 it. m. Close 5:30 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday Niffhls Open Till 9 o'clock 323 North 2nd St. "SAY FELLOW This Is Confidential! " '« a good go- > DELTA IMPLEMENTS f -fjfc • INCORPORATED .'&** Editor Designated NEW YORK, Jnn. H. (UP) — Whitcliiw Reid, son of the la'.c Otjdcn Reid who died Jan. a, :is- sunicd HID c(!Uors))i]> nl Hie Neiv York llcrnld 'I'l-iunnc toiluy, siic- cccdlnt; liis rather as lifth editor or (ho paper since founder Horac" Gt-ccley. Jusl an "Aricr-lmage Many sclontist now ngree thai the so called "ball lightning" rrc- • luently an "after linage" retained in the eye from a bright f|a s i, o ( lightning that, lias just oceurcd. county. Public printing—Laud Payne ol v>iny count}'. Public service corporations—Lynn Wilson of Yell i.ounty. Revenue and taxation — Tnlbot leild, Jr., of Hempstead county. Heads inul highways. Section A— Clarence Taylor or Phillips county. Roads and highways, Section B —Roy S. Dunn or Logan county 7Jules — C. c. Hollenswortli of Bradley county. Stiite lands—W. w. Jackson of Randolph county. Temperance — Donald po c of Scott count} 1 . Veterans—Bob' Riley of Pulaski county. And workmen's compensation — G. C. Wade or Washington county. CALL » ''/OH everything in "INSURANCE UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Ov«r Guard Jewelry Store A. t. DIETRICH, Mgr. WHY SUFFER From Cold Weather? When you can simply call 597 and have jour groceries and meats delivered free by our ncn fast SCOOTER DELIVEKr. We guarantee you must tc satis- lied with our selection. Fresh Dressed Poultry daily . . . Meadowbrook Milk. • Si Illslmaj North—Phone 597 CECIL LOWE Grocery & Meats Git AND OLE OPRYGANG - Froa>;iMjiWU.lJE, TENNESSEE Plcn ;/ j&Y DEAN Ci«m Waiter? - Wayne Watson Ralpft tamp - jimmy Crabtree Bill Byrd- iflriiediaii Elmer Sparks Added Attraction CLYDE MOODY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL - AUDITORIUM ISIytlicrillc, Ark. Friday Night, Jan. 17 7:30 P.M. Adm., Children r>()c 1^ Yrs. & Older 75c, tax ind. TODAY — Bring Us Your Poultry Hens — 25c Cocks ... : ... ... ---- I8c Gccsc ......... 24c ........ 24c Leghorn Hens . . 20c At Our livsiiivncc, 1711 W. Vine, lilytlicvillc W. T. DAVIS Former Ordnance Plant Employes Seek Pay for Time Spent of Lunch LITJLE ilCCK, Ark., Jan. 15...- (Ul'l — Arkansas' contribution to Die growing jist of portal-lo-portal pay suit continued In federal court here today as 104 former employes of the Arkansas Ordnance Plant at Jacksonville attempted to collect ixiy lor ii 30-mfiiute Junch period and for time spent in reaching and leaving their plant area before and after work. The suit opened yesterday before Federal Judge Lemlcy. The em- ployes arc seeking Judgment under tile Fair Labor Standards Act from Ford, Bacon and Davis, contractors and operators of the plant for tlic jjovcniment during the war. WKDNJSSDAY, JANL'AUY JO, Jill7 Beware Coughs ' from common colds That Hang On •iiBUHK^a Double to help loosen and expel m « del1 Pj'teW. and aid nature , * £ andulle al raw, tender, tn- ,£ r ,° n " n(a l mucous mem- - T ?'i yo ? r Assist to sell you nrfl' Cre6m ">slon with tlic un,, ii e you must llke tne way 1* JWlckly allays the cough or you are to have your money back CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis FARM DITCHES DITCH BAHKLEVELING OR ANY J. LOUIS CHERRY ' Keprrsentlnt New York Life Insurance Co. Blylheville, Ark. No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDREW J, FLORIDA, Vice-President PHONE 210 Mississippi County Bank Building ^ Osceoia, Arkansas BABY BEAR AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS 3'/2 Gal. 5 Gal. 7Gol. ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE 113 East Main Phone 2.-J02 Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will arranjro to have vour remembrances sent, not just once, 'but T^T ^l 01 ' month - Ask aboilt lll 's Plan FLOWER SHOP -,. „,„., „.„„ ..... »•;•*•» I'hone 2(ill TIRE HEADQUARTERS WHY WE CHOSE THE THREE BEST TIRES Dayton Thorobrecls are elided tires and guaranteed Jor lil-c of tire itself Goodyear—More people ride on Ciood- S'oar tires and tubes than any other kind. flood Tires arc good tires, ask us about the new Hood Custom-Built 400. We Mount FREE—Every Tire We Sell * r>:il(crics ami Battery Service. * Washing :incl lulnicatinK. * Standard E sso Gas and Oils. AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sis. MARR'S FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair ion t n . Radios and Appliances 320 E. Mam St. Phone 240 7 S.J.COHEN Contractor CONCRETE BUSLDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS 12 Inttirij up to 48 Inches We arc Dealers tor ^•••a THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceoia Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. Yes, We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! WIU, TRADK FOR I.ATK flIODKLS We have on Uisplay f,,r innncdiulc clclivcry-Hrnml New: 2 I'untiuc StrrainlintTS nidi .til (rinnnliigs. 1 Buiclt Super -1-iloor. 1 Alcrciiry u-l'iissmgcr C'oii]ic. v 2 Clicvrolet 2-clnnrs. 1 Also several late model used tars mid tnu-lis. ^ Conic in .or call, we will try l u trade with you. Phone '2037 AUTO SALES Cor. Franklin and Main St. Levels and Lines Surveying D'RAG'LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R, Overton - county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years I'lioiiD Evenings _ « 0 at House, Uig Lake or Write % Box 8.1, Koseland, Ark. Oh. Yes—T!tii( Him; BUT HE WM"5' *** KH| ) NE « R W I HOLD os\ SOUR DESCRIPTION; SISK^UJ. NQW'IWS PARTNER- KScSHlLU- WAS THE WKETCrt WHO POSEO M IRA VXN SCHEKLES.... HE LUBEO ME V H-\V,\ I DARE ^,M , WTO TftAWNG W \ THAT ilsaOBO EOL1. S.°.?!^..«'METO ) OFH.SWL.tP.Vr MWE STOOD VERV CLOSE INSPECTION! BE SICES, IF VOd PSOVE VOUK KOUSE WAS 03W.NEO 51 FRAUD, WU CAN C-ET iT &A.CK! 8UCKJNSWW ISH FOR \ HOUSE I'VE GOTTEN THAT! SU133LE, NNE'RE - FOB. PAlWEttO BEACH TOMORROW' RED RYTWR BY FRED HARMAN .v . KID 1-VLX5 TO Hi.-s,BOSS' ALLEY OOP BY V. T. HAMLIM STILL RESTIMG HIS DOGS ^XS5Jv COWBOY ) AV<V - VVEJLU.SHUCKS.THERES BOOrS AFTER /SIJMP1N ABOUT TH'GOL s&J$$si A DANG THINGS; AWRIGHT. KEE5P VER V««RE'SHAR8H THINGS ABOUT cOWBOY

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