The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1946 · Page 5
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April 29, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MONDAY, AI'Kll, i><), 19-10 BLYTHEV1M,U (AUK.) COUIUUH NKWS Veterans Press For Strong OPA AVC Representative Warns That Inflation f Might Nullify Aids By I'ULAI.IK MeWWKU. I'nitrd 1'rcss Staff ('urresiwruirnl WASHINGTON. Al>rll 29. <UP>The American Veterans Committee urged Congress today to preserve :\ strong OPA lest wild intlntion nullify Hie pensions. lonns and othei financial aids granted veterans. In an obvious slap nt the umcnd- mont-ilddlcd OPA bill approved by the House, AVC national represen- tntlvc Chat Paterson snid OPA should be strengthened—not weakened in its tight to tiiainlain .strong pi-ice control program." He told Ihe Senate Bunking Com- 1 mittee that veterans would i>e among llio hardest hit in any inflationniy period A-.K! yet. lie said, the veteran has been the "forgotten man" in the ''mail scramble or special interests for greater speculative profits." "Price control is the basis upon which the veteran's whole future economic well-being is built." he said. "What Rood are disability pensions, living allotments, liberal loans and other forms of financial assistance if the veteran can not Inly anything with the money when he Bets it?" The Senate committee is con.sid- ering legislalion to extend OPA for one year beyond its present June HO expiration dale. The House approved a nine-tJiouth extension but wrote in so many restrictions on OPA thai adminislralion spokesmen said it amounted to repeal of price control. Palcrson conceded that OPA hud made some mistakes. So did Ihe Army, lie saiel, but Ulerc- certainly PAGEFTVB . no move iturlne the war toi abolish the Army. The OPA, like Ihe Army, wiis set up to fltiht a 'deadly enemy" he declared, and should not be hamstrung. Twenty-three oilier consumer or- KimlzHllons joined In the fight for OPA. In A statement presented by Caroline F. Ware of the Amerlenn Association of University Women, they told the committee that, the dcstruetlon of price control would benefit only "the special Interests seeking speculative gain." , She urged the Senate to reject "pach and every one of the cri 1 ,)l>ling amendments by which the House wrecked the price control bill." She .snld she spoke for 23,000,000 "plain people who work, pl.iy, live and vote." Besides the Association of University Women, the 23 organizations included the American Association of University Professors, the General Federation of Women's Clubs, the Union (or Democratic Action, the Council for Social Action at Ihe Congregational Christian Churchef and organizations of Catholic, Jewish and Neyro women. The OPA'.s Consumer Advisor.v Committee also asked the Senate to overrule the House ami approve an extension bill containing no crippling amendments. In a report which emphasized that it. was not on OPA'.s payroll, the ad Training Magic Of Ben Jones Keeps Derby Rivals Guessing By O.SC.IK KKAI.KV Hulled Press Sports Writer LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 29. <UP> —Watch lor Mr. Jones that's what they're saying today throughout the Blue Grass country as plain Ben readies Culumel Farm's In Karnesl for the prlwd Kentucky Derby this Saturday. With $100.000 on the line, .lones Is regarded as something akin to a combination magician and second- story mini. Proof enough of his ability Is the admiring fear with which they regard htm. In a country where the horse Is king and a schoollx>y knows bloodlines before he learns multiplication, the graybeards bow to u man from Missouri. That's because he hus shown them so often. Plain Ben of the broad frame and the friendly, rudely face doesn't ap- vlsory committee declared thnt. "the dangers of Inllation arc greater today than at any time during the war." It said It was imperative thnt ' .strong price and rent control be con- tinned for another year. IK-HI' to Inive too much (his year with In Karnest. liut Unit's what bothers Ihe hiirdlxxits. They've seen him miss little ones in previous years ami then pick up the marbles when the barrel was lull of .spending potatoes. They remember nil too well how in 19HH Jones had a horse mimed l.awrin. The colt had a budly-.swol- len knee, so bad that Ihe day before Ihe race it was packed wllh ^ iee. They thoiighl he was olT his I beam when he announced: "I'll win It." He did. Then, too, there was whirlaway. The long tailed Calumel cannonball was beaten live lengths In the Blue Grass Slakes, one of the pre- 3rrby features, lie eauie home five lengths back because he went to ihe outside rail lurnlug Into the stretch. And. In the Derby trial. Whirlaway pulled Ihe same stunt, nml again wa.s beaten. That was on Ihe Tuesday before the Derby, and they said such lac- tics would whip Wlilrlaway in the Derby, but in llnee sluni dnys plain liin hatilt, He'll sit Ms |><my «t ' lieiul of llu 1 stretch, elust; to Ihe run, mul im\ke Wlilrhiwuy turn for lioiuc Insiile of him. Anil, on Derby ilny. Hon liml-ii wie-oyi'il blinker on ihut otil.slile eye. WMtliuvny won the Derby In an eliiht Irnijtli itiillup In the fnsleM time ever rcumleil Icn- the uvi-nt S:01 y-0. Tlu've wivs no lost urmiiKl wll» Ihe bin blue ehlps on the line, lie Iniwil Hint Inslile mil mill niu the lust iiuiulei In 11 ilun/.tlDK '-''J with his luni; lull stri'iiiulni; In the wind In iliThlon. f our Motorists Hurt In Harrison Section HARRISON. Ark,, April 28. iljl'> --Two cur iici'Menl.s sent lour vle- Hins Id luwiiliul.s lii're over tin 1 week-end. 'I'\vo niotorlsls wore dlsrluuvcd from Hi,, hospltnl ye.slerduy utter rccelvini; ireiitmeiit lor Injuil''; sulfered Hiitui'diiy ninht when their cur left HlKhwiiy OS north of -St. Joe. Ark., mid crushed down a 20- uljiinknient. John A Scott, ' ATTENTION LADIES Cash Paid for Men's, Women's and Children's Used Clothing and Shoes. 415 W. Ash St. FOR SALE 35 TONS of D & P L Planting Seed From 1944 Certified Seed LESLIE E. SPECK, Sr. Frenchman's Bayou, Ark. Office Phone 2348 Residence 2309 Jmu'.s ruptured his third Derby uiu 1 with Pensive, a lightly-regarded colt' which humbled the favored Ktir Up and now lie's .shooting lor a muilh victory which would lie the train- Ing records of 11. J. ThnmpMiii. Ills hopes lie wllh In Karnesl, a lltlli! son ot Dleiihclm II. who didn't lixik too good In the lllue Clrass Stakes with his thin! place tlnlsh. l*u( they aren't counting out lli-n Jones on tluil race, "lie careful of Jones because Jusl when yon think you have him he slips one over on yon." said l.e.slle Combs II. Which comes from Ihe mini who boughl Knockdown and Lord lioswell, the Derby favorites, for Mrs. Kliv.nbclh (Ardrn) r.rahiun. Hi' and everybody else In lids horse- tho ehlp.s tin 1 more diinuer Jones iiiul there's $1011,001) In AdtUuit Insult to Injury, c-ven 11 Kcntncklim. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sires 12 in. to 36 in. A. H Webb IIwy. Ill at Stal« Unc 1'hoiu 1 : Hlydii'vilU' 711 Ben broke Ihe coll ol Hi,. groimclwlsc> country" know that the When yo\ir tractor was lU'iv, j| haii 100^1 ticiuiinc 111 \y.\rii llirouiiluiui. And that's a nn^lny RIKU! wny lo keep it. Don't replace your 1H ni tittle \vork dont' on it. U for you. jn,( I«;C;HI%C ii ncttl* a it li\ am! let xn adjust Anil me oil clean. Ill puroliilon to keep your traclor You kmnv, we c;nl supply you wild any ill parts for your tractor anil implements, If you JILM U"e ui a little advance notice. Moil parts, we Uct-p riyht tier* hi noi~U. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blythevillo, Ark. McCORMiCK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE loot '.'H, (III tcriinl mid or of the cnr. suffered In- njurlcs, and Jewell Hen&ley, elved u broken collar bons vere ciil.s about the face. Until I en lire residents of St. Joe. In nolhcr iicclilent, Ix-x Wll- Iliuiis, M, ixncl Ovvlllc Adnlr, 25, were hosi>llullyod after their cnr lilt :in embankment south of here Snndiiy moinliiK. InvcsllgHtlnK officers buhl the cnr hit u rock mid went, out. of -control after It broke an axel. -..• • r - •• ;.•. J .<i..rv^-;' Willani rJkiutned In a' bMpt^l h*re, and l» b»lnt'U««Ud tot •»-' vere lamatkmn abbot (he t»fe, and other uadetermincd Injortw. j • • •' .-<-•.-.-. -•-/.. i^. Sheep repraent an aniukil' ig- come of 12 million dolUn to Hew Mexico, with yemrljr ihljjiwnU totaling about 714.000. Local feed lots aboorb • approiimateely 15MOO shrep p»r year. ;••••••• -'.li. Here le Is—The New Internal Weed WEEDONE The Original and Unsurpassed 2.4D Formula Kills Riqht Out to the Root Tips Such weeds its poison oak, morning {(lory, honeysuckle, dandelion, dock :tn'd many others. 1. WEEDONE kills the entire plant. 2. Does not corrode metal spray equipment. 3. Docs not leave a residue on plants that is hazardous to humans, live stock or pets. 4. Docs not permanently sterilize the soil. $ 5. Non-explosive. Use WKKDONK for killing weeds on farm or ranch—in lawn and garden. Accept no substitute. I'l.AN'l' IIOKMONKS — Tile 4-i'nmindeirt wily for ttrtlrr gardening. Wli:«l way t<i tn.«- more could be MI economical M the ue •( UOO'I'ON'K, TKANSri.ATONI-: Itnd KRDITONK Krrp ItOOIONK In mind for rlUNlilij; sfrd» anil tlben. U Bftft u\> rmil growth. Slrnmrr root! mean M((cr crop*. Tell j*v iusli.io<-is (i> use ItOOTONK im com, beam and patat***. I UAN.SI'I.A IO.NT. irirans I«s waste or plant*. It hi HM4 extensively hi srlthiK nut lumntn, nwnt potato, cabtaie, tebacc», uiul other ptunts, fi>r rurller maturity and larKrr trap*. •Die KM- In liitll of suoli sitrays as FRII1TONK »n apple* and IIIMIS Is I'todllcil by Ilir II. S. l>ept. of Agriculture In a frtm rrlfus*' with hiivlnr; suveil jCTAwerM over $3,M4,00*. KKK I-'OK VOIIKKEI.P WHY "TONK" PRODUCTS SELL. DEALERS WANTED! For Information Write , CARLISLE SUPPLY COMPANY Carlisle, Arkansas IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!! Pickards Grocery Gaines Market City Super Market C. L. Nabers Gro. and,Market Grimes Grocery Cecil Lowe's Grocery Speck and Sons Grocery J. D. Lunsford's Grocery Biships Grocery and Market Grear Grocery Happy Hour Grocery and Market Kyle Gro. and Market Kel ley's Grocery May's Grocery Forsyths Grocery and Market John Lum Jim Lum Mack Suey Yee Liberty Cash Market Long and Fritzius L. G. McGregor Gro and Market W. R. El I is Grocery and Market Parks Market Snider's Grocery and Market Shepherds Gro. and Market M. S. Edwards Grocery French's Grocery Chas. S. Lemons Furniture Harts Bakery Arkansas Grocery Gift Shop Paul Byrum Hardware Fritzius J. F. Ellis Grocery (Both Stores) R. D. Hughes & Co. Starting Wednesday, May 1, all Blytheville Retail Stores will close each WEDNESDAY at 12 Noon. This closing date will be observed until Sept. 1st. Please arrange your shopping accordingly. Signed Blytheville Merchants Retail Committee T- Tom Little Appliance Co. Wade's Furniture Co. Ratcliff Shoe Shop Fitzpatrick Jewelry Sterling 10'c Store Halters Quality Shoe Shop Bee Hive Clothing Store Lansky's Bargain Center Pat O'Bryant Jewelry J. C. Penney Dept. Store New York Store Jiedel's Deal's Paint & Wallpaper Store Ben Franklin Store I. Rosenthal, Inc. Joe Isaacs, Inc. Applebaum's Ladies Toggery Hubbard Hardware Hubbard Furniture Graber's Meads Clothing Store Hess Wearing Apparel Feinburg Fashion Shop Floyd White Shoe Shop Family Shoe Store MissWhitsitts Shop Parkhurst Gift Shop Arkansas Paint & Glass Co. Guard Jewelry and Optical Store ' O'Steen Studio Chamblin Appliance Thrifty Store Southern Auto Store Western Auto Asso. Store Goodyear Service Store Model Studio Deal's Paint and Wallpaper Store Adams Appliances Montgomery Ward Defoe Furniture Alvin Hardy Furniture Co, Zellner's Slipper Shop

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