The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 3, 1949
Page 9
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MARCH 3, 19TT1 *ArtK.} COURIKK NEWS PAGB Wltl 5ig Improvement In VA Suggested Hoover Commission Reports Waste and Poor Management By Vrrn HaiiEland WASHINGTON, March 3. IIP} — ,The Hoover Commission yesterday ,iro]X>,scd "major improvements" in he operation of the Veterans Administration. It laid cpeclal empha- i on tightening VA education and ' nsurance programs. The commission reported poor management and waste In the rdu- cation setup. Inefficiency and delay In handling insurance problems and "serious internal organi/.alion- al defects" in the agency as a whole. In the ninth of its series ol l» reports to Congress, the government reorefiniKsuion group headi'd by former President Herbert Hoover offered fix recommendations (or improvins tiie VA setup. The result, it, said, would be ••considerable savings." It did not mention amount. Tlie commission said the ageucv | should separate its insni-ancc pro- 1 gram from its other functions ant set them up in a veterans Insurance Corporation. To Shift Loan Balking It said the VA program of «uar- i anteein? home loans lor veterans | should be turned over lo tlie Federal Housing and Home Finan" Agency. And it snarled that Hie VA set up it.s own lisv of certified schools. k in addition to slate lists of "accredited m.stilution.s." and that, it to pay GI Ulition lo any school not on it.s list. In some instances, it said, He Proves That Lambs Gambol >ay of Prayer Proclaimed by Mayor; Church Women Plan Special Services Jim Moran. who once found a needle In a haystack nnd sold an Icebox to an Eskimo, is in again. This lime he proves that lambs gambol, in a personal test run at Now York's Lambs Club. Mornn made his point, but tlie lamb fleeced him, so he took it on (be lamb. Mayor E. li. Jackson today l.wwrt liroclnnmtlon stilling Ihnl Friday mild be a Day ol Prayer In niy- evllle. The proclamation iva.t marie In onneclion with tlie observance ot Vorld Day of Prayer, being reconvert willi special services In ttw list Christian Church by the Council of Chinch Women ol Bly- icville. Tne proclmnnllon nrgf* people to athei lo ask divine guidance for lemselves nnd mankind, and lo (tend corporate worship at some cllglous seivlce of Die day. The Blylhevllle Council o( clvmoh okiien \vlll observe Inlernnuoiul Vorld Day ol Prayer with services I 2:30 p.m. Friday and the pro Kiarn will b* directed by Mia. Join ris. Members of the Blytliovlllc Youth Council will present » skit l,ivlnB a summary ol tlie days otj- enance In foreign counlrles. Those a participate In Hit .Ml Include limmy Lowe, Oneal Dedman, Ru- jcrl <Buzzy> Crftflon. Jr., Lionel]: 1 \lley, Jean Dedman. Blllle Marie Harnett, Mary Sue Craflon mu Beily Ann Harber. Women liom live churches n Hlyllicville will participate in llv activities of Hie rtuy, and followin Ihe Kdnll worship services a speci;! lilldrens service will be conduclri The adult services will be concern eil with prayer of aclorallon, peni Hiiti dedication, find res|X>nstvn reading, lend by Mr*. Fields, will illustrate the putyers. A nurscr.v will bp maintained fur hildren during the pioRL'ftm. Bpfi- IB| oflennns lor coiulorl und »«!•Ice lo m'Riant workers and .MIII- K>rl or ^ll^lous netlviiifs will be aken at Hie Prayer Services over he world. In Ihe United StnlM nlone 1195.000 vva> don.ilcd At the World Day of Prayer Services IBM vear. Cmirclie." repirsfnted In the Hly- tlievlli* Council of Church Women ncludf the First. Presbyterian, Fust ChrlMtui, First Melhodl.s',. if Strocl Mcthedlst ond 81. Stevens Kplscopnl Churches, Spa Newspaper Opposes State Salt of Liquor HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Mulch 3 -MV-Thf Hot Spring* Sentlnel- Uecord h»» come out edltnrlnlly ftgiliut * letlilttlve bill lo Rive HIP ante of Ark«ns«» • »'ho!e«»lf ILO.UOV nionoitoly. The newspaper s«y* lh« mensurr, alrc»dy pa.vied by the 8fn»l», Is I, i0r " Police Chief Presents Soft Driver Awards C. O. AU-Hafley ,iml H. !, While, drivers for Ihe Hallway Rxpre.-:.* Agency heir, liave been presented wlll> -sale driver awards l>y Chief o[ Potlre Charles Short, II was »n- nounceti today. Tile awivids were Riven to 111? employees by Ihe n.illivny F.xpre.*.' Agency for operating a motor vehicle nt least, one year without ar accident. Rend Courier News Want. Ads. ences with similar monopolies. With the Courts Ruth M. Oanlrall vs. John Can- trail, sun for divorce. El.stf Koehler vs. James Heiman Koelilcr, suit for divorce. How To Relieve Bronchitis it pin riRlii lu ili« ifJil of tti« irmililt [o lielp loosen and «xpcl f(trt\\ lulcn tililcgtn xiui tul n mure to inodit *nd lien! raw, tender, [nflinitd hroiuhiAl DUiroiM mfnihr*n«*.'IVH yoiirJtuj-giii to xll you • bottle of CreonutUIon with (he tindctiuinUnK VIHI iiuui like the wiy ii quickly ullayi llie tongli «r »-i>u «re to have your money 1 luu-ii. CREOMULSION torCoufhi.ChtitColdi.Btonchitii * * i * • nci the GLBNN Mll.LER ORCHESTRA Glenn Ooogloi . Mary May* Th* Moonlight S«r«nad«ri • luMy Y Monday, March 7 NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY CARUTHERSVILLE, MO. For KesorvalioiiK c.H SpoiiHoreil by the VctcmnH of Wars AdmlgnloH 15.00 S(HK or J)r«* Dancing 9-1:00 ernment pny? the highest invisible lliition oiui equipment cliai'i;e.s to I schools v.-liere such clmrer.s are -difficult, if not Impossible to Jns- 1 lily." 11)50 the Veterans Administration .Jill 'spend S5.303.000.000 about 11 pei cent of Hie iotal national budget and more than any other federal agency except the military The commission pointed out that i lablishmcnl and the Ti-easury Dc•- In the year which ends June 30. ' parlment. Largest Columbia Ring Set in The World Now on Display at Fitzpatrick's GUESS THE NUMBER OF CARATS IN THE CENTER STONE 1st Prize—?100 Columbia Diamond Ring 2nd Prize—Ladies or Man's Wrist Watch 3rd Prize—$23.50 Evcrsharp Pen Sel.. COLUMBIA GIANT RING CONTEST AUCTION * CENTRAL AUTO & HOME SUPPLY STORE ENTIRE STORE FOR SALE!!! . Fixtures. Equipment. Merchandise NOTHING RESERVED Nothing to Buy . . . Nothing to Write Contest Starts Fri. Mar. 4 And Ends Sat. Mar, 12 at 7 P. M. Sale Starts Friday, March 4 at 2:30 p.m. 2 Sales Saturday: 2:30 and 7:30 P.M. 2 Sales Monday: 2:30 and 7:30 P. M. Settlement Terms All sales under $50, cash; sales over |n(l Hollars can he seflled for wllh 1-3 down and haiance weekly. Toil can also use our lay-away plan lo reserve your purchase. Merchandise Guarantee We guarantee all merchandise as if is represented. 'This slock consist* of radius, gift uoods, bicycles, household supplies, auto supplies, lires and tubt*, toys, etc. FITZPATRICK JEWELERS 122 \V. Main Harold Thompson, MRI-. Phone 2728 "11 Takes Only 3 Minutes fo Open a Charge Account" You're certain lo find many real values al this Auction Sale, All merchandise will l,e on display on Ihe shelves so you may jtisl select Ihe items ymt nanl and they will be offered for sale. Chairs have been placed in Ihe slore for your comfort. So he sure to attend (his very special Auction Sale in Hlylhevijle bcpinnlnp at 2:;i(> P.M. on Friday. NO REFUNDS - - NO EXCHANGES - - ALL SALES FINAL Auction Sales Will B« Conducted by the One and Only "Doc" Dean CENTRAL AUTO & HOME SUPPLY 419 West Main Blytheville, Ark.

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