The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 11, 1947 · Page 9
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March 11, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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__ TUESDAY, MARCH 11. 10.17 To Label State's Fruit, Produce Bill Requires Many Farm Products To Be Graded or Labeled Ark - March n - ,;r V" . ouse yesterday completed action and sent to the governor a bin providing for a comnul- sory grading or labeling system on Arkansas peaches, totnaloes, strawberries, potatoes and nnples Opixwlni; the measure were Reps Claude Coffclt of Benton County' Wlen Walker and Talbot Pelld, Jr of Hempsteaa County and Robert faleele of Howard County. Defending il were Reps, CliUon Wade of Wasli- iiiEtou County and J. E. Lightle, Jr., of White County. Lightle asserted that the bill does not force a man to grade his pro- mice but merely forces him to ln- "If a grower does not want to grade his fruit, lie may simply put a label on the container saying il is not graded," Llghtcl declared. The bill passed C2 to 12 on an omnibus roll call with five others two of which would override a gu-' bernatorial veto at Gov Ben Laney's request. . Lancy explained that he had misinterpreted repealing clauses Jn two bills and found they actually strengthened liquor enforcement laws Instead of_ weakening them as he had rirst believed The two bills now go to the Senate. Other bills approved would' Allow school districts with more than 5,500 enumeration and an annual budget of more than $250 0€0 to appoint a district treasurer ' Repeal obsolete bond statutes' non- on the state law books Meanwhile, the Senate completed action on a $2,5000,000 supplemental appropriation for the state welfare C1lnt - T" e mon *y> including in state funds and $1,500 - The Senate also approved a bill by Rep. Dick Wright of Clark County revising the method under which the state buys textbooks. Unification Bill Will Re-Shuffle ArmyCommarid WASHINGTON, March 11 (UP) —A re-shuffle of the Army hi°h command and a whole new group ol high paying civilian and Army jobs will result from expected passage of the 'unification bill" by Congress The bill provides that all Army air force officers now on duty with the War Department general and special staffs -shall retunT-to the new separate u. S. Air Force. Manv of them will help form an air force general start. . . . This will leave nine top War Department jobs open for rilling by non-air Army officers. ^Maj. Gen. ^Lauris Norstad, direc- k Bead Courier News Want AdsT Everything the Same BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Twin nurses are needed for Coy and Roy Daniel, (i. KteiHical twins o, K.rl Wort!,, Tex., who are in n hospital here for the treatment o, the same ailment. The twins, coy. left. Boy, rl B ht i,, s | s i on ,„„,„,, everything identical. They refuse to submit to the medic,, shol , «* ' g ven them un.es., they are sure thai, each receives the run-. .H.mbo- «t he same time. They even Insist that each i s s,rve rt the sa, " r» , Jt den 1C al containers or the same color. Here they rtea , „ B Le™ each other's comic book to be sure there is no differeii e Tl w,n are sons of M , and Mrs. Morton Daniel, Port Worth. ,N EA Photo LaGuardia To \ Fight Lifting Of ' RentCeilipgs : WASHINGTON, March 11. cup) —Fioiollo II. ijiOuardla, pe)>p«y ex-nmyor of New York, took ttie lead today In u drive 1 0 "comUiil Die j-ciil estate lobby's drive to bi-eak rent ceilings." I.aGuardia mmoimwl ihe formation ot 11 ."nation.!! fair i-< committee" and Imincdl-H-rly co,ll- ed on chairman Crarles W. 'I boy. H., N. H., of the Senate Hanking committee to reopen licnrimjs on legislation to continue controls beyond their Drosent Jane 30 expiration. "Rent control should be con- tinned at least until juue 30, 1848. without n general inc.-eas-V lie said. "H is our hope to nssist the many tenants 1 leagues and iisso- clallons In making uielr voice un effective In (lie Ijalis „{ congress iisUie liighiy-rtimnraH lush lobby lor of War Department Plans and Operations, is the top general staff officer who would return to the an- other air officers holding high general Army jobs are: Maj. Gen William E. Hall, member of the chief or staff advisory group; Mai Gen. Wm. D. old. deputy directo- of operations and training; Mai Gen. Orval H. Cook, deputy director of supply; Maj. Gen. St. Glair Street, chief of military personnel' procurement; Brig. Gen. Earl S Hoag, chief of the development group, research and development- Brig. Gen. Jack W. Wood, deputy chief, budget division; and Bri» Gen. Ralph P. Stearley, deputy chic°f of legislative division. Radio Clinic 430 W. Ash St. Phone 855 or 2294 WE PICK UP and DELIVER ot tlio renl cstulo Uilerests who nave ixttcmpted to '.im rent inls- '»» legiElnlion tlii-ousii Coisgrcss." 'Hie new rent commiUiv will be d by LaOuardta and will In- fovmor Scercla-y of coiu- iicmy A. Wjilli'cu, chief Chester no.vl.-s, ciov U ii R ( lsoiu .if Alabimm, CIO Sccrelary-TreiiMiivi- jm m -s n. 'y mid President Cliavios liolte the Amerlcuu VeU'iMU; A Soimlc Nanking subcommittee |i"Sl week n|)|>rovcd n bill granting ,» 10 WT cent boost, in rent C ell- |lims mid tJ-iUisferrlnu eonti-ols from |0 >A (o Ihu courts. THe full com- itnillee, however, cx|>rc?vw<l dls- ,si\tlsrm:tion mm M |, ert ' lhe sul> . coinmliicc lo worli on It some Com-1 Honil Courier News wnnl Ads KEROSENE & FUEL CALL OIL 2089 'The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ You Bau-M «t I'K'ritnt.^lIM Bvnrce of Depeudnbln KervJee I'K'JUOLKUM I'HOOUCTS J5r Offlc* RK >t Chtrrj FROZEN FOODS Lockers for Rent—Meat Curing Groceries — Meats — Vegetables- Wilson Pasteurized Milk Birdseyo Frozen Products We Deliver Telephone 2«02 „„,„ _, ( ZM S| Happy Relief When YoureSluggish.Upset ATTENTION VETERANS! I* yon served overseas, you should join the V.F.W. now! Meetings every Wednesday night, 7:30 at the Wetenkimp Cotton Office. Bring a veteran with you. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Farris McCalla, Commander WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel punk as the dicXens, brings on stomach upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort take Dr. Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly pull the trigger on lazy "innards and help you feel bright and chipper again. DH. CALDWElL'Sis tile wonderful sen- na laxative contained in good old Syrun Pepsin to make it so easy to take. MAHlf DOCTORS use pepsin preima- nons in prescriptions to make Ihe medicine more palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure your laiative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. INSIST ON DR. C»LDWElL'S-the fa- vonle of millions for 50 years, and feel that wholesome relief from constipation. Even finicky children love it. CAUTION: Use only as directed. DR.CALDWEITS SENNA LAXATIVE "SYRUP PEPSIN CONTAINED IN J. LOUIS CHERRY Bcpmcnllnf New York Life Insurance Co. c, Ark. Dr. CHAS. L CRAIG Dentist Wishes to announce the opening of his office Lynch Building / Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2540 BE THRIFTY! SAVE MONEY! Bring your cor to HOT'S BODY SHOP for all body and tender repairs, painting, and glass installed. HEAD-LININGS for all cars made like ihe factory makes iliem, same material ami workmanship. Guaranteed to fit and look like original upholstery. 412 E. Main St. Phone 3456 'S O-i ^-<> Poor Pop! How willingly he took over when Mother got the grippe. But Mother will have a nervous breakdown when she sees what's happened to her favorite kitchen! Pop hasn't yet caught on to Mother's way of keeping house electrically. He hasn't yet learned that dependable electric service can take a lot of work out of housework-not only in the kitchen, but in every room of the house. For electricity is like many extra pairs o£ hands for the housewife-and the house-husband, too, when he takes over K.P. But there's one thing Pop docs know, because he's the lad who pays the bills. He knows that electricity is just about the smallest item in his family budget-even though he may not realize that the average family gets twice as much electricity for its money as it did 20 years ago. It costs so little —and it does so much! Yes, electricity is a big household bargain that comes to Pop —and to you, too —through' the practical experience of your friends and neighbors in this company, under sound business management. » Lisln to Ike New lilcctnc ltour_Mc I [OUR 01 ! CHARM. Sundays, f:SO />. M., UST, CBS. WMOPOWERO. ft'a OttrBusintss to Serr* %n _ PAGE MINE BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS •; OR 'ANV EXCAVATION CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS 12 • Zhehcff up • to U Incbtt We ore Dealers for lUELL THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tiie & Culvert Phone 691 BESM55B CALL 2611... i Don't OSCEOLA, ARK. Listen _ We win wnsh your car in 30 minutes; (W*-:use (Jemiinc Alcmite Grcns c (o lubricate >6ur <rarl Ves, we hnvc the tires — Oaylon — Hood — (jooa- year. We also have New linltcries. ; : , Standard KSO Gas & Oils, A/so Quaker Swtfe MA Plione 2GU A UTO SERVICE Second and Asfi Here's the man with , real truck know- how. He's the International-trained truck mechanic — trained in special schools and classes, in the best and latest ways of servicing rrucks. He's an expert on the special International Truck equipment we use for testing, repairing, reconditioning and proving. He's an expert on preventive maintenance. So put your trucks in his hands-any makes or models-,for the simplest repair job or a complete program of regular preventive maintenance. Phone today and tell us when your trucks will be in. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. 312 So. 2nd Phone 863 INTERNATIONAL Trite**

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