The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1947 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 7, 1947
Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, tM7 Paper Shortages Impair Freedoms ;. House Committee Chairman Seeks To Aid Publishers . WASHINGTON, May 7. (UP) — Rep. Clarence J. Brown, R., O., said today that the newsprint shortage "threatens the freedom of the press and the ability of a democracy to keep itself informed." Brown, chairman of a special House committee which opened , Hearings on the shorlage yestcr- i "day, characterized pa;-sr and wood- .pulp as being "as important to our 'economy us steel and coal." "Everything we do in our modern life is based on paper and .pi ' per products," he said. "Withftut newsprint, our people cannot be in. formed. Without paper wo cannot keip records or'pack products and j ship them." The immediate objective of the- committee hearings is lo "relieve the inequities that permit sonic people to get newsprint at thc e\ pcnse of others." Brown said. But he | added that "tbe :jng range objective is to get increased production." The first witness before the com- •mittcc was William G. Chandler, representing the American Newspaper Publishers Association. He was fpllowcd by James Newcomb of thc Printing Industry of America. Inc., art* the National Editorial Association. These and other witnesses gave The Rains Came—On 21 of 25 Days w w«n«^afii!SKX!pS3SV*#1R,A *#'^ H? Price Support Plan Defended By 4 Senators WASHINGTON, May 7. (ijpj ._ Four senators have disputed the argument that government support-price; payments to f«rni":.s arc a ajor factor In the liigli cost of ving. Sen Milton n. Young, R., N. D., il<[ the senate that high farri rices resulted Irom tremendous cx- orts and not. the Bovcrnmir.l rice-support program., Sen. Gcoi'KC D. Alkcn, n., vt.. nniccl meat packers and cotton lillrrs hi part. "They try Co depress price? to le limit while commodities are In armors' bands, then campaign to prices and try to make con- uiners believe that farmers are i-c- ponsible for thc high cost of llv- iig." Aiken said. Sen. James O. Enslland, D. Miss., aid he was "arrm/cd" at statements t tiie j-ovcrnnient's farm prwe iipport progrum was responslljlo high livliiR costs. Returns to armors are "very minor" In com-, prison to commodity prices at ic- Ilcavy rain on 21 of the first 25 days in April has kepi Ohio V farmers out of their fields and seriously menaced Ohio'.-; 1D47 WASHINGTON, May 7. (UP) — A 2G-yenr-okl mother was umler Federal Grand Jury indictment yesterday on a charge that she mailed her estranged husband 10 deadly poison tablets with a note suggesting ttiat be lake them for 'bad breath." , As Either Appetizer Or Dessert, Judge Says No Liquor at Meals - . , ,, outlook. This Hamilton Comity farmer has only one-sixth ol ^nS^T™;» cxUrc^lacrc..^ ,,-«!. spends time ti,,korin K with bttic-a.ed tractor TKe committee will tiivcstiKale the | talking with neighbor-about the weather. Woman m backgr 'possibilities of increasing Southern' finds umbrella and galoshes essential shopping regalia. (NEA wobdpulp production. photo) "We intend to go into tbe pos- ' srbilitiP5 of Canada and Alaska ft ^an'imme^^iSigaU^^ Wife Sends Husband the situation in Southern states Poison for Halitosis where thc use o! quick growing pine in. newsprint manufacture lias beeh proven both Icasible and cco- iioftiically sound." | The group is temporarily by-. passing a prcbe of the extent of monopoly in newsprint distribution because it does not want to inter-1^ fere with the justice Department, ^'j «nti ^^"dfvisim! 10 !,/ 1 New m York' The husbaml. a Navy Chief Qua,anti-trust division in I\cw lork ... .,,_., ..„!,_„ ,.,„,„.,,i ha s opened an investigation into ":",,'' c .thai field. I Chemists fo' lAItliougli tbe committee is stressing ,thc newsprint shortage, "we allc; I'om in an oun Tele Memphis Police Cleared Of Charge of Arkansan MK.MI'IIIS, Twin., May 7. (U!'» —l''ml J. Davis, r ivi'e.;t City, Ark., today withdrew'a .-.liiint" 'hat I wo Memphis policemen had . stolen $1CK( from him when he \vusj nr- j rested 10 days ago, I Originally. D.ivis had made ii pub-j lie accusation ngainsl the officers, who remained un.^.cnliit'd. He taid they anestc-d him for drimk(:ii- nrs.s. When he '.var; ro'eascd lro:n jail thc next day. his money" miss- itii; and lie asserted the pohcenitn. had taken it befj-u they brought, liirn to headquarters, lie l:iretucn- ed to sue. Jiut, now he has signed a forma) statement Ui:it "1 um sorry tile accasalion \va.s n.adc: . . . und I am cojivinccd in my own m'r.d, that tile officers did not j;et iiioncy, and .nsof-ir as I ccrned it is a closed i:i':l«i'i-.'..' Shelby County District AUunify Senate Approves Housing Bill to Assist Veterans WASHING'! ON, May,-7. (U?) — Tile Senate has passed and sent lo the House a bill lo authorize" the National Housing Agency to SI:UIKI aft additional $35,000,000 to convert wartime structures for veterans 1 temporary housing, president Truman had asked for $50,- I'CD.OCO. General will Orter nv.ule tlie .statement public. SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING . .Foundation Stuck—Direct From Breeder Ueccnt test proved yields 3 to 5 more bushels per acre and stands up belter Hum Ralsoy. Blytheville Soybean Corp. Phone 85G-85X ~ 1800 \V. Main my ctin- tail levels, ho said. Sen. Wiiyne U Morse, n., Ore, .said twins'i Kilists had tnkeii -^1- vsinliiee (>[ "short supply" condf-" tiop.s to raise price* ami, fearing a buyers strike, are trying to shift blunie to fanners to "save their faces." ! Hardware Mutual i Insurance Company ! of Minnesota ' Large Dividend Savings ) Low Net Cost Protection i Pur Service ; W. L. TAMKE I 408 K. Itavis HI., V. O. J!o\ 431 j IMiimu 2187 Hlytlicville, Ark. plan to go into all angles of the papsr industry," Brown explained. He said that questionnaires have already been sent to both produc- taincd a chemical used in cleaning out toilet drums. The woman told Authorities she Panama Hats Cleaned & deblocked The Johns Shop 503 W. Main crs and users. "We are collating the replies that \ve liavc rcccivotl thus fur and should be able to put out sonic information within ii lew {lays/ Drown said. "We are trying lo holt the number of witnesses down to a minimum consistent with obtain ing full information. "Wherever it is possible, we nope to be able to eel our information without acini'.lly re<tuiniu; the attendance of u witness. ST. LOUIS, May 7. <tlP>— Ju(ii;e iiimllle Kclley ol the Memphis Juvenile Court indicated yesterday that she is against litinor as n pre- cliuner drink or a pust-tlitinei 1 dessert. Once, she told an audience of members of the Women's Misston- ry Union-auxiliary of thc Southern Baptist convention, she turned clown dc.s.serl because H was pudding with rum siuicc. AIK'I on niiolliei 1 occasion she confounded n host who urged a cix:k- tail upon her. "I don't need anything to build me up," she said. "Wind 1 need is something to hold me down." Read Courier News Want Ads. didn't expect her husband to lake tablets. She wanled "to make him as he made me." she merely as unhappy If s !ce lea Dessert lime! Ice Tea with sprig's of tasty mini and a marvelous gelatin dessert chock full of fresh fruit are a hvosomc hard lo beal! Give your family a break with one of their favorite mealtime treats tonight . . . they'll lie you know . . . and everyone will enjoy the real cure to spi injj fevuv— real springtime foods! Get Pure Taste-Free ICE . . . for Better Tasting Beverages! ARKANSAS ICE and STORAGE CO. CITY ICE CO West Main Street Phone 2841 ARKANSAS ICE CO. 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