The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1946 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 30, 1946
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TUESDAY, APR]I, 30, IMG (ARK.)'COURIER NEWS PAGE.THREfc Anderson Urges New Farm Policy Rural Residents Must Hove Buying Power, Secretary Declares ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. April 30. (UP) — Secretary of Ai;rkulliirc Clinton p. Anderson today urgvd Industry to lit-lp make Dip filmier n full jinrtiier in Uic national ITOII- oiiiy und prevent him from slipping back."to the horse and buggy da\s ' In a major farm policv .speech before the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Anderson suid the first step toward that gonl was a hiBli industrial production and full employment. ""Unless neoulc arc tiDlo to buy at fair prices all Hie. balanced production that nerlciilturc can turn out." lie said, "formers soon will be uoinB broke and consumers going hungry, And we learned a few years back how seriously a farm "population without purchasing power can cripple markets for business iiml industry." Anderson saut a realistic farm policy would five the farmer a fair •profit, maintain .stable prices, sustain Jioil fertility, assure all fanners a good living, keep the fanner Independent, nnet guarantee tliat the needs of the nation will be met. Even'-with full employment, Anderson said, farmers still must solve many problems. Among them lie listed the following problems and possible solutions: 1. Farm production may exceed purchasing power—the government might set up special programs like the school lunch plan to encourage consumption of farm products. 2. Farm production patterns may have to be changed to meet demand '—the government might grant s|>e- cial credits, technical aid, and spc cial training while farmers arc converting to new products. 3. Farmers alone will not be able to do the entire job of soil conservation—Anderson said he was sure the nation would insist on a national soil conservation program along with continued research and education in good land use and farm management. 4. Farmers must be free of the fear of a sudrti-n collapse in prices —The government must continue the ever-normal granary and such oilier measures ns are necessarv to prevent sudden fluctuation in farm prices and income. U Flies—With One-Horsefly Bihof News Mostly. Pertonal Arrow in photo above points to a real, live horsefly. II's the "motor ' of onc-horscfly-power plane hold by its buildyr, Dick Brtcluior, 12. of the St. Piuil, Minn., Modcleers' Club. I'lanc. weighing l/C8tli of nn ounce, has wings of plastic film 2/10,OOtllhs of an inch thick. . [When horsefly, cemented to front of plane, "takes oil," the plane '• . flies for several hundred feel. Albert Tuylor underwent »n operation for appendicitis lodny at Walls Hospital. Mr. inul Mrs. James Hill Jr., will' leave Saturday ullernoon for Bo.1- lon where Mrs. Hill Is to undergo n iiinjuv operation for complications resulting from H fracture of the Ililp received In a hill AUK. 1, I!M:i: (They will feo by plnne from Mem| phis Suuclny with Mrs. Hill to en- I ter Phillips Houst of M«s*»elHi- sells General llospltiil next Tuesday. Mr. Hill will ivinulii wllli her until nfler the o|>eratUm Mr. and Mrs. James Dozier nnil son. Only, of 1'hllUps, Texas, arrived here Saturday nltlhl for n visit with her parents, Mr. iiiul Mrs. J. E. Dennett mid oilier relatives. .^_ Mrs. U O. Gill lias" returned from Detroit, Mlcli., nnrt Scraliton. Pa., whore she was suest, of her sons, Max nnd I/iwell und daughter, Mrs. T. J. Cutx). Visiting in nlylhevllle for a few iliij's 'Imvc Ix'eil Major and Mrs Byron .Walker .iintl soji "HaiTle" of Ciiicliiniill, Ohio. Formerly of lllylhevllle, Miijor Walker Is ' now (in lei'iiilinil leave ami with Mrs, Walker ami .son will visit friends uiul reh,lives In various (owns before BOlim to chieliniatl. Mr. nnd Mrs. iluali Whllslu h:ive returned II-OHI Jonesboro, where lliey ul tended (.he wcddlm; of Miss Mni'Rtn ."inlili In Hill Tieman. Albert Caviishor. uunner's mule thlid class, has arrived home fol- lowinf; his ilisrhnruo from (he Nfivy in Memphis Separation cen- ler. Son of Mr. nnd MIK. will Cuvnslier. lie is a volornn of '.'A inuiilhs sdvlrc of whl,-h lliiiuinlhs u't'ie .se.i diiiy. Just A Few Days More and We'll Be Ready! Corp. Earl Felts Weds Canada Girl Announcement hns been made in Joiner of the miiiTinge of Miis Hceeina Aubin, dinighler of Mr. nntl Mrs. Alfred Aubin of Oiroux- viltc Creek, Canada, to Corp. Eurl l-"e]tii, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Felts of joiner. The wedding was solemnized March 7 in the Catholic Chapel of linwson Creek. Canada, with the Hcv. patter McSlierry officlatinB. Miss Manly Perry of Daw.soii Creek was the bride's maid of honor ami Cor]). John Burns was Corporal Felts' best, man. Following the ceremony, the couple loft for a wedding trip to Fort St. John and other points, in Canada, when Mr. Felts is discharged, they will make their home in Joiner. Mrs. Felts v,;is Bvndimlccl from Girouxvillc High School z-.i<[ Mr. Felts from Shanec Hiyli School :U Joiner. A veteran of one and a hull ye.irs service in the Army, lie has been In Canada for the iinsi months. Kight. Mid-week C'nb meeting with Mrs. Harry w. Ilaines. Double Four Bridge Club miTliiiK with Mrs. Roy Ken. Friendly Rook club guests of Mrs. E. B. chitwood. PR I DA V Junior Fellowship (1 f Firsl Methodist Church meeting »l the church. May Fellowship Luncheon, Council of First Women. Hotel Noble. 1 p.m. Dorcas Sunday School Class of First Raplisl church meeting at the church during noon hour for Umeheon. Mrs. c. A. Cunningham hosless to Chapter N, P. E. O. Sisterhood, with Mrs. liiley B. Jones or Man- I ila as co-hostess. $25.00 Reward for the lw>(l v of Hill afti'd '10. heijrhl !> ft. 7 in., dark brown hair. Was vnear- injf khaki |>nnts and shirt Notify Sheriff's Office ISIylhevilte or Phone 3823 A N'uiural Alii for Rheumatism Arthritis Neuritis Hon't lulled what inuy seem to be n liiviil ache or pain Hiul nl- lo\v a serious ailment to develop. Mukr the Driliilable M o n n I a I n Valley Mineral Water your "ounce of prevention" nonius! stiffened Joints, slabbing nerves or afhtniv museles. 1'hone for n ease toduy. •MOUNTAIN VAI.LBV M IN KRAI, WATER From 11*1 Bpriiil*. Ark. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main A lltvlskw, 'Hljrlh«»UI«, Ark. Rothrock Drug Co. SI.KTKSNOIlfi TO HOKUM DKIKi CO. Phone 451 205 West Main St. Firm Develops New Technique In Dehydration I!v TOM il.VMAN .t , Unite,) Press Staff Correspondent BOSTON lUPl- A class of fresh oranye juice Irom a spoonful of liolden powder—that's one of the iltvelopineius of research by a comparatively new concern here. Yet President Richard s Morse of the National Research Corp. would lell you it was all done by application of a Rrcat deal of noth- k ing. And he'd be serious about it for National Research works, not with magicians' minors, but with science's high-pressure vacuums Formed in 1!)40. National Research's Vacuum Engineering department does everything from basic research to building pilot- plnnts for commercial uses of hiah- pressure vacuums. When tliis firm refers to vacuums, it has no reference to the slight pressures such :is exist i' electric-light bulbs or vacuum bot ties. Such products as dehydratci orange juice or dried blood plasmr and penicillin are created in vacuums up to one-millionth of atmospheric pressure. In other words, air as rarefied as that probably lo be found in the stratosphere some 75 miles above the earth. Example of Research There is nothing new about,high-pressure vacuums in themselves—physicists for yi:ars have A known of them and created them H. to study in laboratories. But the National Research Corp. is the first firm to make the pressures avail- nble for wider commercial use. It is an axample of one of the new industries that has grown up from modern scientific research. The development of dehydrated orange juice is n case in point. Researchers of the corporation undertook the original investigation. After they developed workiiu; techniques, the firm's engineers and plant designers constructed a pilot- plant. The strained, freshly-squeezed orange iuicc is put throuph two operations at a high vacuum, resulting .in a golden powder. About. a tablespoonfnl of the powder 'ii a glass of xvater results in or.iniit; juice with the taste, color- and vitamin content of the natural product. HeliH^d Set tTp Plants The product was successful enough for the Army lo place an order for 100.000 pounds a month. x Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. R. C. Rose entertains Town l Country Club. THURSDAY Mrs. E. R. Dickinson hostess to Entve Nous Club. Mrs. Lby Welch entertains Oc- tette Club. Mrs. Dyrpu Na'll hosless to 'GN13 Club. " ' -•• i • Mrs. Paul Job? entertains Club Although the wars end canceled the contract, civilian contracts are already mounting from railroad-;, hotels and institutions. During the war. successful applications of the use of high-pressure vacuums was made in the production of magnesium, the drying of blooii plasma and penicillin, In fact, dehydrating plants were I constructed under the direction <>i th,. National Research Corp. in England. Russia and Auslralia. Brazil and Argentina are reported :ntercste<i in food dehydration plants. Other departures for the new technique were the creation of new metallic alloys and coated optical lenses. Bowel Cleaning Power 01 Inner-Aid Medicine One man recently look INNER- AID three days and said afterward that Ins never would have believed his body contained so I much lilthy substance. ,He says his stomach, intestines, bowels and . whole system were so thoroughly I cleansed that his constant head- I aches came to an end, several pim- >ly skin eruptions on Ills face dried up overnight, and even Ihc rheumatic pains in his knee disappeared. At present lie is an altogether different man, feelint; fine in every way. INNER-AID contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas-from aomtich. act oiv sluyyish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon fed different all over. Su don't go on suffering! Get INN15R- A1D. Sold by all druc stores here IF IT'S INSURANCE Dial 2311 For Complete Protection • ACCIDENT & HEALTH » HOSPITAL! ZATTON • FIRE • AUTOMOBILE • LIABILITY • BURGLARY . PIATE GLASS 4 TORNADO • SURETY BONDS • AVIATION FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY Chas. BUtncr— Irene G'rowdtr ATTENTION LADIES Cash Paid for Men's, Women's and Children's Used Clothing and Shoes. 415 W. Ash St. SALE 35TONSofD&PL Planting Seed From 1944 Certified Seed LESLIE E. SPECK, Sr. Frenchman's Bayou, Ark. Office Phone 2348 Residence 2309 COLD PREPARATIONS Limid—Tabl*6l — Salve — Now Diop* Ifcm M&iM million* lot ym. Approved DDT Residual Spraying Blytheville Insecticide Co. Harold Wright, Mgr. Phone 558 !)07 E. Cherr We ore Now Contracting for Crowder and Purple Hull Peas Delivered Price in Pods $65°° Per Ton BlyfNeville Canning Co.Inc P.O. Box 310 Blytheville, Arkansas We Are Also Buying Crowder and Purple Hull Pea Seed It seems like yesterday It seems like yeMerday tint Nancy was playing with dolls. Now she's pushing h«r own haby carriage. Yes, ihere've been a lot of changes in the last twenty years — most of/them so gradual we hardly noticed them at all. Nancy didn't grow up all at once. A tooth at a time — a curl at a time — an inch at a time — and suddenly a little kid sister was Mrs. Joe Jones, mother of Joe, Junior. Like Nancy, the use of electricity has grown a. lot in the last twenty years. But the price of electricity lias been going down steadily. You may not have noticed it because your bill may be about the *ame — but how many appliance* have you added to your home since 1926? Actually, you're getting twice *s much electricity for. your money now as then. Keeping electric service plentiful aod cheap through years of rising COM* wa» not easy. That today's electricky n at its very lowest price in history is a tribute to the hard work and experience of the Men and women in the industry, and to its sound business management. - ' Htn NELSON EDDY in "TIIH ni.I'CrRTC HOUR" ».'!/.; .IrmknMr'i Otchnlr*. Every SunJ-iy afternoon, -1:30, EOA'7', CBS A'i'*»ur/t'. ft a O^rBusineia toScm

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