The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 21, 1947 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 21, 1947
Page 12
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AW. PAGE TWELVE laney fo Name Board Executive Explains ; Reasons for Delay To Senate Members !, LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Fc!>. 21. (UP)— Gov. Ben Laney today defended his holding up Senate confirmation on the appointment ot one and the re-appointment of wo members of the State Hospital Board. The governor said he would not send the names to the Senate until he had received a report of the Joint 'House and Senate Committee investigating affairs ut the hospital. * The governor made c:t>ar Ills stand on ; thc appointments to the three Senate members of the committee because of whal he termed "mouthing around' 'about delay In submitting the nominations. Uanev called' in Suns, Ernest Manor of Mot Springs, o. Lawrence Blackwell of Pine Bluff, and Orville Cheney of Calico Rock to clarify his position. His action followed complaints on the Senate floor yesterday that lie WHO delaying action on the appointments. He-appointed In Hie past year and needing Senate confirmation are' board members Harold Sadler of Rison and C. E. McSvvain ot Little Rock. The term of a third member, Benton Publisher L- B. White, expired last month ana has End of the Trail •LYTHEVILLB (AHK.) QOMmE. HBW8 Lying not far from (he tractor which chased him down, q, W. lieahlcy. 23, an cscaiKd convict from California, reached I he cud of his trail. on , not 'been filled. . "I have had no intention ot avoiding these appointments," the governor said, "but I have not Cornered by Oklahoma Stale Highway patrolmen. Beiislcy took across a field near Council Hill, Oklahoma. Polrolman Ho H. Hill jumped on the tractor in the background and um-c chase Ap~ >arcntly in the act or (jiving himself u p . Bcasley drew shotgun initi blasted away ,n inn from 15 fect ,„„ l]]( . n s|lr)l Hcns|cy |)c , 01 . c hft could be wounded himself, ncasley has served two years and seven months of a four-year tenn in California. (NBA Telephoto.) • SUNDAY SCHOOL, LISSOM The Good Shepherd KY \VILI.WM E. CJIUtoy, I). l>. nis : B ».^.i.ui Mm , uui i m\ve not, 1 ' a I'u'ollo opinion pall "should Mastev thought it proper, to send them up Ks k what passage In the OM Tcsi- whlle the investigation is going on| ament is considered most outslaixl- or which talk continues of setting '"Bi n great majority of those tip qualifications for tho bourd I questioned probably would name inembers. ; "I know my full authority," Ln- ney continued, "nnd the, minute i have the hospital report, I'll prepare a list of names for the Senate and let it take action as it sees fit." Psalm— "The Shepherd the 23rd Psalm." That Psalm, with it,? imagery ol the Lord as Shepherd 1 . leading" ills own, feeding them, comloning them, surrounding their lives witn . . | goodness and mercy, and accom- ''ih'l'TC.' nierr - ftlers sald yesterday, panylng them even IhrouRh the that the nominations must be uP>rk valley of death. Jiai been the £« ™, CXPlra0 ° n ° f 5 ° <lriys u V vritte " into «'"= worW-s life and Truman Undecided on ' Successor to Gardner WASHINGTON, Feb. 21. (UP) _ •President Truman said today lie had not yet made up his mind about appointment of an ambassador to Great Britain. ; As soon as he did, Mr. Truman said, he would announce his choice to succeed o. Max Gardner, who died recently on the eve of his sailing to London to take up his position at the Court oi St. James. Read Courier News Want Ads. TRY MANHATTAN FINER Vacuum Packed COFFEE Can Ib 50c AMERICAN LADY CANNED FOODS found at PICKARD'S Phone 2043 1044 Chlckasawb* literature. It presents an Ideal <ii rich. Joyful, and beautiful llvlm;; and it is a message of consolation in Hie sadness of death, a part oi almost every funeral ritual. The words of Jesus concerning Himself as the Good Shepherfl iiiusl be ready, as they were originally heard, in relation to that Psalm. K was familiar to everyone who heard the Saviour speak Radio Clinic 430 W. Ash St. . Phone 855 or 2291 WE I PICK UP and DELIVER W. J. Pollard INSURANCE 6/enco* Hotel Blag. Phon» 3545 llmlctglool| Identifying • i attention welders . . . You can now purchase .* complete acetylene welding mil fit for S(i2. This is (hu latest type medium size gciuiinc Harris Qilorifir, I he oldest manufacturer ol welding equipment. BLYTHEV1LLE Machine Shop 211 So. 2nd Ph. 2S28 Portrait of today's Farmer ----- What he needs is fi hired hands Oil a FARM ALL tractor Yes Sir! You're a lucky man if you have a FAHMAU, tractor. You w ,ll do well (o take care of it rnUil farm machinery begins to flow in larger quantities from the b.g McCormick-Deermg factory. We hope that 1917 w ih prove to be the end of our 'Vailing lists" for all vour needs Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB Jack Marsh, Owner wllli llic Lord of ihat Shepherd Psalm, nnd His words InU-j'siHea tlic strife <u.d division conccr i,,2 lllm. tonic accepting His lo ve al ,u lordship, others saying, "He hath a Cnn a devil, believers asked on til tho O y<« of the hlliid? '"flip n nitl believers or unbelievers no lice: that 'Jcs^ had added some thins not in the Psalm, n wa.<j the reference to the sacrifice of the ShciJhnrd himself, "The food shep nerd elvclh his life for the shccii' "I am Uic ^ood shepherd" saw Jesus, ihcrcby accepting for Him" sell that sacrificial mission a uxpreislnu the realization that hn mln sti-y was to be fulfilled in His sacrificial death. There is trajjedj «s woll as ncauty associated win sheep and sliepherclhu;; an<t Jeslu ' s laced the tragedy as b:auty. The otner evening i witnessed ^ movie wlilch pictured vast frisky little , , .- - could not entirely sheko from my mind the fate n liesc playful creatures and of manv in the vast herds. * The wool on their backs woula fives"o mllllons «""•»>, lie .sustenance of peonies in countries and cities far away u. . not a plco5ant thought, but one Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Siie T. L. MABRY 423 MISSOURI ST. PH. S6J7 CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We Buy nnrl Sell HOOD USED CARS Bill ctmmblin — Lei ChambUn Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 21!>5 FOR SALE Concrete Culvert T((e Sixes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 ml Slale J,\ne Plum* Rlytheville 714 Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST [NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. BITTNER • Repair Work • Paint Job • St«am Cleaning • Accessories DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc lWfe.2-1 Phone 863 r, , As n Natural Aid for HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE Htjfh blood pressure associated with kidney disease may be reduced by keeping kidneys functioning properly. For 50 years doctors have prescribed this mineral walcr from Hot Springs, Ark. Pure tastinc not a laxative. " ' ' rhorie or wrilc today for free booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP * Main and Division Blylhcville, Ark. SWIFT'S Loose Cottonseed Hulls 100 Lb. Sacks Cottonseed Hulls 41% Cottonseed Meal 43% Soybean Meal We Welcome Your Business One Sack or Truck Load Company Oil Mill So Highway 61 Blythcvillc, Ark. that we must face. A strange law of sucrltlcc runs through life. It is life's unexplained mysleiy, but i', was the law ot the life O l the Gjod Shepherd and It must be the law oi our lives If we would !>:• like Him. Our sacrifice may not be upon a aosf, or a sacrifice of blood but it must hi a sacufice of devotion If we would justify what, ocher;, have done nnd given that, FRIDAY, I'-KBKUAUY 21, 1947 STARTS RELIEF IN OUST 6 SECONDS icb famous, frre«cri])tfati-lyj)c .___,, CC for fait relief from all «ix Eg?*-. old iniei-rks, Kiijoy - -"- ™^ rfilch }invc made GCG* tficeinr iy of mi/(i(Hi« in 46 you litution: 'i'akc only na v.e may live. That, i think. Is the challenge of the Good iShcp- .herfi. I REAL KSTATK FOB SALE To Jirofliiectlve ljuycra w« *uave a select litt of houses—tioiflcs—ants. —. businesses—acreage aud farms Ui and around Blyth«vllle. We litl]i rluauce tales, rh -304. j. j, Field; Bonded Kcal Esute Broker, COLD PREPARATIONS T*tlEIS OR IIQUID . M.ih Krc. " everything in "INSURANCE' Ov«r Guard J«w«lry Ster« , ' ' A. F. DIETRICH, Mgr: •; Finest Selection of QUALITY SOFA BEDS Awaits Your Choice ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE 113 East Main Phone 2302 Flowers - - For Every Occasion Telephone 4D1 nnd your order will be on it's way in record time. Our Floral Arrangements tell a complete story FLOWER SHOP F.T.I). Service We Deliver Anywhere eh. «1 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoe Bid*. CALL 2611... STOP AT 2611 Don't Hesitate to Ask for Free Service Listen—We can wash your car in 30 minutes. We use Genuine Alcmite Grease to lubricate your car. Yes, we have the tires—Dayton — Hood — Goodyear. We also have New Batteries. Standard ESSO Gas & Oils, Also Quaker State AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sts. Phone 2H11 CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS 1Z Indies up la 48 Incbe* We are Dealers for THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 , OSCEOLA, ARK. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 320 E. Main St. phone 2407 Yes, We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! WILL THADE FOR LATE MODELS We have <>„ display for Immediate deHvery-BraJid new 1—PniiUac 8 Convertible Coupe 2—Pontiitc S Scdnnct((!s 1—1916 Plymouth 2 Door 1—1 S.lfi Plymouth 5 Passenger Coupe Come in or call, n'c urn t rv (o trad( , with Jou Use Cur Easy Payment Plan. AOTO SALES ZOS7 Cor. Franklin «nd Main St. Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R. Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years ' I'hone Evenings — »<>al House. Big Lake or Write % Box 84, Roseland, Ark. A Mysterv Man tiV LESLIE TURNES I HEWZ. THA.T ICOMWIO PETTIFEd \£- RAE.EIN SEEN NOWMJMS. CIEO. WHERE WES HE- / NO ONE KNOWS WHERE HE GOES, EASV OK W1W HE DOESN'T WORK TO SFWE THE PROPifcTV HE INHERITED... ONLS THE 010 PETTIFER. HOWE IS Vtm PUTTING IT MLOW, A.CCOKWIS TO GOSSIP 1 . NOW WEIU TNCE THIS BOS.T UP THE IMLEr TO HIS HQUSE. SORT 0' ECCENTRIC EK? C\BI HlDSOUT OF Un DP HKE RED TKA1SH1 . UMCLE,}Oe>~ GOTO .. FO'TCR TILL You GET BACK-' PROP 5 HI^5TS TO SUPPORT STAGE COACH, PAPOOSE; BY V. T. 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