The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 21, 1947
Page 3
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MONDAY, APRIL 21, 10-17 /arm Policy Act Faces Revision House Committee Launches Study of Changing Conditions Killoir's note: The House eiillure CcimmiUca- loilny Ihj^tB^it cninpiTlirnsIrr hearings dijT^i^lrninent farm imlit'y sinrc IwssaRe or the Triple-A law in TO7. In view of llirir !ni|iiH lam-i-. Hie llnitoii I'ress has asked the W/YTlIKVILM-i (AKK.) COUU11CH NKWS PAGE THREE American Mother For 1947 Named By Committee NEW YORK, April 21. (Ul>>Mrs. J;mclte 'Lindsay Stevenson T2. of Cedar Hapids, lowr. PRICE CUTS funtinucd lr«cn 1'Jlte 1. way of life i"'H ulliiiuUely own well-being." Wants L Ken( Controls Txtoi...... In liis address, which -was broad- our ICC to Resume A4 & A Hearing In Little Rock From those hearings came ihe 'A 1 :- whctlier they --....i uiM.n; jji-.n ju;.'.:, c-'nie me .'v-:- fanners today ficuli linn lAdjustnient Act of 10M.; continue lo produce a . nurhiK Ihis ten-year period vast j times become more normnl ami cliiincnst liave taken plarc in ilic; stability returns to the wai'torn field of agriculture. Mechanization ! countries. Seek Answers to New Problems The st nesses inrlutiing rei)res"ntalivcs o! V" ,— J , i recession or a depression ibundantly as! ..,. h , u js (o m;lint am slops; production drops; uncinpluy- make :m ivouumL' survey ol ment sets in; prices collapse; pro- "••- liis vanish; businessmen fail." nf Karl.v ^0'< excessive ihp K T PW York eti'iineerini; lirm of Coverdale and Co]"ltl.s. r inplo\-ed t'i (lie jne. Other F">restrv ihif.'^e.s \viU iiu-VudeStal Dirt'i'to: 1 Hornlcl s advanced by leaps and bounds. " — .,—« - -—- llls vanisn; Qnsme.ssn lew me- The purpose of the hcacrinRs is I cites disaster nf •ecu in-' to find the answer to this and 1 .. T ) iat ' r onm n ;l was 11 \'.> inn* nil- <\ii.i«ui iw i*n.-> ....I. "Ttiit Torn °' . otllc . f " r *™ 1 .,. r . a ™' P'^?!"?; ,^ C the fiVst wor Id war. And we paid • \vill teslifv as In lh ( . noreniiii" ro- said. "We inns', not I smirks ot the area traversed by absorbed all of this new prodir- changing tion expanded by one-third. Up to uu expanded cy one-third. Up to Among me siiojccis which wu- -^ ';, C °^f, Sh "t'hn^'ohoTee'"betwcc'i ic present moment increased con- nesses will bo asked to discuss arc ,^\, t , H "'H)./. 1c , f |S,°'n ( , I .^". nniHio. at hon.e and demand support prices, revision of parity.' ^l^"™ 1 ™ ^^"^ ,„. - — , ^ r crease o\ir prosperity can \vc ox- ARISE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 North Second Phone 3302 pcct other countries to rccoaniz: the merits of a free economy," Mr. Truman snitl. "Economic trouble in the UniLoit States would provide nKltatorsAvltli the opportunity they seek." Ttie President said present business conditions actually permit imfl even require lower prices in mun> important fields. ' "Profits in the aggregate — breaking all records although profit margins vary greatly in iuiiiviciua cases," 'Mr. Truman said. He hit out at those who s;v} prices are not, too high so lout improvements in niarKethiK ant distribution, the, 1 development o now crop; and now uses for bxlsliiif: crops, intcriiational trade u agricultural commodities, conserva Lion of our agricultural resource:' : aiui iinpt'ovemcnt of living stan I darcis in rural communities. It is not the intention to cnac I fieneral agricuHnrnl legislation fliis session of Congress. Rather the effort will be to bring befor the commilLec -tha =:Jjesl, -ngricul- 1 tural tl^ought of tlie country. We will start Die hearing with sccre- Uirv Anderson and, after that. \v? win hear from farmers, farm loaders. j-ovprnmenL offit'tnls. ecnno- tnisis, scientists, and nil others \vh:> :n> interested in the overall agri- rultura! problem and can contribuU: to a solution of the same. From the record thus made the committee hopes to find the key to comprehensive legislation to be considered early in the next session. »»s brim idle s nst Srntombi'i' following a slriku >y trainmen for higher pay. is biiyiiu; stays at'iil^'n levels. Me >aid I liis argument (ailed lo take nlo at'couiu the teuc'hfr.s, widoivs md civil .seivaiUs who must live. >n fixed incomes. The President told businessmen that if thi-y are to avoid a dcpreo- iion, ihpy must act now before: condiUon.s force them to living prices down. prirr.s will sustain and further increase- tho present hi^'i volutne of sales and sLimnlalr ^L'caL- er produoclion," 'Mr. Truman .said. ILtACHING SAFELY MAXES THEM LAST THEIR FULL LIFE USAFE... SURE... LINE... To the Btytheville Motor Co. •^ Let our experts check that front end alignment. You're taking unnecessary risks every day! Shimmy can cost your life! If your car shimmies, steers hard or road-wanders . . . has a broken spring, bent frame or is not properly aligned and balanced, your life is in danger! Bring it to us now.,, don't wait! $>>, FREE INSPECTION! Gulf Gas —Wrecker Service— Fisk Tires V 217 S. SECOND STREET Owned and Operated by Tom Little Jr. Don't bleach the HURSH WAY with uncontrolled bleaches An uncontrolled blc.ich, that varies Sri strength, may cause you to oi'trbhitfb your couons and linens. This oxidizes fabric c]ircj<ls. They weaken and soon fi.iy out. Bleach tlie GENTLE WAY with Controlled action PurexF Every boulc of Purcx has the s.nne strength, same correct bleaching acuon. UscJ as directed, Putcs nei'cr overblcaches. It piovidcs Coin tolled Action because It's purified ami subili/cd by the Intrafil Process, txftusrre with I'utcx. Cottons and linens come out fresh, stain-free and snowy. listiy to usc[ Inrdcr on tilings than ordiiurv wasliin^. At $vnr Rroitr's. PUREX IHC CONTROllED-ACTtOH BLEACH CENTLI fO ilMENS THE PUREX **B£AUiy BATH" & {be itmpfe, mod- trn u~ay to (Iran ant dtsinfcctki!cb- in and bathroom. Purifies sink and dram ... ntfioits - jttiins and scoreh ., ,M{tktsti/t and pam&t/n ghamf Foihw easy dirtc- ttons on bottle. • And Only at GRABER'S Will You Hntl Such Liir^c Selections of the Finest Curtains in All Types Including Priscillci -- Tailored Panels Cottage Sets Sensationally Low Prices • Plaster • Stucco « Concrete Phone 3998 98 Clipped Dot Marquisette MADRAS 108 Inches Wide to Pair i»2 Inches Wide to Pair Sll> Inches Long Wilh ill) Inches l,om> <i Inch S-lmii Iliihy M QQ Hciiilinjr M QQ ItulTle, Pair l.vO Ituft'le. PA IK .... *i«?fO . _ Cross Bar Organdy Large Cushion Dot Ruffle Curtain Ruffle Cllrtain 7 Ox,SI Pair 9 QA l ' l( '" < ' tl Heading &.JO Kulflc, I'air Plain Marquisette Ruffles A Heuuliful Qualify Miiniuiscllc in :i Lui-^e 72xi)() Inch Si/o. Pair 1.98 for Spring Point K'Siml KuiTle Curtains of Pin Dot Marquisette 120 Inches Wide Note (lie Wide 8-lnchh I'YciK'li lleiidinj; Kuftle on Itvuuil'iil Curiums. l''u 11 i)()-lnche.s LOIIJ*. I'nii Permanent Finish Organdy r>S-.Si|tmrc Count of n ft|>arltli!-Kiii;C Quality Orttandy—8'1-lndies Wide to the Pair; !)()-! nches l,on<r; (i-Inch French Heading KuiTle With a 2-lu-l —PAIK Cushion Dot Curtains "llnlhnwiiy" Dols are all-ciillon t'iilirics, with dots woven in fur softness and heiiuly. These curtains in a choice of \»ri*c or small dots, conic i>2 inches wide lo (he pair, «.)() inches ._ Qfl IOIIK, in (he popular ruffle type, with » a vitlance and lie hack to mulch Per l'nir 3 'Beacon Net' Knitted Panel Pairs Marquisette PANELS Tailored I'anel Pairs in floral and n o v c I I y weaves. The flouhle pun- els heinn 72 incln'.s wide wiih generous ;l-inch hem, and 7H inche.s Jony 2.98 Pr. A beautiful <(iiality|>lain IMari|iiisette, in 'I.'Mit. wide by 129 UPHOLSTERY and Slip Cover Material \ Without fear of rontnidiclioii we s;iy that (Irahcr's h;tve tliu largest, and must complete stock to l>o found outside of (lie larjic citis Kiich as Memphis and Sf. Louis, and OUK PKICKS Alt 1C MUCH LOWKK KOR TllK SAM10 CJUAI,ITY. Choice of fid-liu-h and :jti-iuch Stripeil and .small QQc Ki^ure DesiRt). Sturdy Upholstery material. Y<!. ?f.O Hxlni Heavy, woven stripi-s, in a Satin Stripe Material Iliat can he used Tor most anv lype of J AQ upholstering. ONLY, A YAltl) ' .............. 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YARD 49c RAYON DAMASK Kigured Designs on solid color !>;icl<- uronnds. r>t) Inches \\ r ide in three price ranges. 1.09 1.19 1.98 R U F F-T E X Very Colorful rough weave, : mpii[;ii at Flora I Patterns, .'Jli inches wide. in .Very 69c YARD EXTRA HEAVY DAMASK If Kxd-ii Heavy with Raised Designs nil Iwo-fonc salin finish Damask thai makes iixiu-ious drapes. 50 Indies Wide. 1.98 YARD 2.49 HLYTHKVILLK, AUK.

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