The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 14, 1946 · Page 6
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f AGE SIX BI.YTI1KVJLLK (ARK.) fOURIKR NKWS BY ANN HICKS | control not another year nfpr .June ViMti Pirss Staff Correspondent 30. th<. present expiation date, Is WASHINGTON. Mnr. 14. (UP)—' no,'*' },::<aye the Ho'<;c Bunking 1 Angry farm state congressmen de- I Com mil lee. The ungry fnrm clared war on Economic Stabilizer Chester Bowles and Ihe OPA today because of a government order boosting futures margins on cotton exchanges. Chairman Elmer Thomas, D,. Okln.. of the Senate Agriculture Churchill Will Speak Tomorrow Ex-British Leader : Refuses To Comment On Stalin's Blast NEW YORK, Mar. U (U.P.) — Winston Churcliill will make a speech of world interest tomorrow night at the official dinner given him by the city in the grand ballroom of the Hotel Waldorf-Astoria. The former British war leader will speak from 10:30 to 11 p. m. ov«r • a nationwide radio network, climaxing n day of city .welcoming. . ^Seventy-eight guests of honor, including 42 diplomatic emissaries V'ho already have accepted an invitation, will be included among the 2,000 guests at the dinner. A record of 10,000 requests have order increasing margin rcqulrc- been received for tickets to the mc iits to $30 a bale in the country's ji5-»-p)ale banquet. |thre c cotton exchanges at Chicago. 'It was not known if the Soviet N CW York and New Orleans. Ef- cctive date of the order will be announced later. Bowles said he hatl THURSDAY, MAUC1I, II, 1'JJtJ Order To Raise Cotton Margins nventoiy Order Arouses Farm Bloc Against OP A Committee, said the powerful farm bloc would strike back with nn all- out fight to end OPA's life in June. He said the order was a threat to cotton growers as well as the exchanges. Sen. Burnet R. Maybank. D., S. C., angrily told Bottles that the "best thing" he could do for the country was to reslcn. Bowles precipitated the storm when he directed OPA to Issue an If the Soviet Embassy will be represented at Ihe dinner. Andrei A. Gromyko, Soviet ambassador, is not in this country and the embassy in Washington said it had not been - decided if anyone from there would altend. Churcliill has refused to comment on Josef Stalin's bitter denunciation of him yesterday but it was not unlikely that the Brillsh- er would make some reference In his speech to his former associate in the "Big Three." Copies of newspapers cniTying Stalin's statement were sent up to Churchill's suite yesterday, A member of Churchill's staff told reporters: "Mr. Churchill has read the statement and has no comment. Thut is official." Churchill will receive the homage of Manhattan's millions tomorrow when he is driven downtown at the head of a motorcade of 10 cars. Hostess His a Way .BOSTON (UP)—A Back Bay matron, rated by her friends as a perfect hostess, uses this system: When a vguest arrives at her homes she exclaims, with feeling "At Last." When the guest departs she mourns, "Already?" The signature of Antonio Strad ivarl, famous violin maker. Is tlv most forged of all signatures. Tin forging is done on fake violins. asked Ihe xchanges to lake the action vol- mtnrll}' but they refused. Specula- Ive buying In cotton is sending he cos! of clothing upward, he aid. "and I have no choice but, to employ and exhaust all the legal means nt my command to stabl- ize prices." The Economic Stabilizer said it wns a case of boosting margin requirements or putting celling prices on raw cotton, a step he called 'the last and lensl. desirable alternative." Cotton margins heretofore have ranged from $10 a bale in Chicago to $20 in New York. Sen. John H. Bankhcad. D.. Aln., snid he WHS "against" it whether margins were hiked voluntarily or by government order." "I am advised l>y a great many practical and succc(rfiil farmers that they will be in the red because cotton costs more to produce than they can get for it," he declared. "What they want to do," said Sen. John H. Overton. D.. La.. "is> crucify the cotton tanner efowr south. They Just want to rule and ruin rather than undertake to increase production." Sen. Tom Stewart, D., Tcnn., salt he was "absolutely" opposed to the hike in margin requirement!) and that it would prove "very, very hurtful to the cotton farmers." Legislation to extend the price Inlois innilo It plain thai they wouhl be wailinK for it when It comes before tlie Konatu. "We can do plenty when Ol'A conies ii|i," Muybnnk snid bill declined (o amplify his suu-jiu'iil. Thomas, who had previously advised (lie heads of the willou exchanges iiKiilnsI riiisiiij; murcm requirements voluntarily, iilro:idy lias promised one form of action. When the Howlos onlur mis only n rumor, Thomas Issued :i caustic statement announcing that his agriculture committee would hol< a full-scale tnvcstlKati'in of OPA policies as soon as the House Committee puts out an Ol'A extension bill. Today he snid, more precisely, that (he order "means (lie .south and the corn belt and Ihc wheat belt will be driven to pool their efforts to defeat any extension o OPA. The representatives of Ihe* ecllons just won't dare vote lor lontlnuatlon of stagnation." , p. Government Wants To Make 'Hoarded Stocks' Available To Public WASHINGTON, Mar. 14, <u.P,) — Clothing manufacturers * WE, THE WOMEN Today's House Hunters House-Hoping I1Y RUTH MIU.KTT NBA Staff Writer English liniguage, as ein- by Americans, needs a new dtscrlptive phrase for "house- hunting." How would "house-hoping" do? Tlie Joneses arc house-hoping. Dnesii't that sum It np? They are- name at the bottom of a ion;; walling list. You let it be known that you would consider anything from an ahondojied chicken hatchery to an unused rumpus room. Then you sit and hope. You cun't hunt If the real estate agents have no leads for you, the Chamber of - „ wuiu i*—•• - .•< ~j — Commerce Is sorry, and the town jivon the choice today of getting j n't really limiting. You have to I | s bare of "for rent" and "for sale" their products lo the consumer ns ; havc leads lo hunt, nut you can soon ns possible or taking tt CU (, i house-hope under the most dis- Dsceo/o Host to Clubs Osci'ola was selected as the nex :nccling place for the Misslssipi bounty Youth Fellowfhli) mretlni; of the McdiodlsL Clnirch. About 90 persons nltcmlcd the Youlli Fellowship Meeting Monday ni«ht. Billy Doiiiilfis of Victory, president of the ot'Kfumalion, presided. The following organizations atlenclcd: Dell, Joiner, Osccola, Vic- Lory, Garden Point, Hivcr Side anil Kciser. At the close of the worship .service and business set'fiion. the fsroup led in the recreation period, and served refreshments. profits, Acting en reports thai "sizeable" stocks of men's clothing and women's hosiery were being "hoarded" In hope of higher prices, the Civilian Production Administration halted manufacturers' inventories lo 30 days or less. In another step on the clothing front, the government announced It would raise future margins on cotton to $30 a bale In all exchanges in nn effort, to curb speculation and stabilize cotton prices. Economic Stabilizer Chester Howies said that continued speculation would "undoubtedly" mean further Increases in clothing prices. Ho said a "substantial part" of the textile price boost, authorized by OPA last week wus the result of speculation on the cotton exchange. CPA said Its Inventory order would have the effect of forcing clothing manufacturers to keep their output of essential men's apparel and women's hosiery moving 'into distribution channels. The manufacturers were given until April 1 to bring their inventories into balance although the order was effective immediately. At. the end of that, time, CPA can order them lo slop manufacturing until their inventory is brought, within the new limits. conditions. You tell all your friends and business associates about your dcs- icTatc circumstances. You get your signs, "HUNTING" INACCURATE House-hunting Is too active, too optimistic a term to apply to tin folks who are looking for a roof U place their heads under today t implies that there are houses; o be found if yon sol out and '4:1 \ Kler them. It even implies that rou might lie expecting to lind lust the right house—just exactly what you need. nut house-hoping has a wistful ring. You're just hoping for any kind of house, for any kin<l of ;>lace to shelter your family. Mover mind the terms, or the disadvantages, or the conveniences, or the vic\v. What belter way to remember 194G tha>.» as the year when so many thousands of homeless Americans were house-hoping? Original Sports Scribe PROVIDENCE, R I. f U.I'.)—To the other honors already lavished on Rhode Island's founder Roger Williams, the Brown Uiu/crslty publicity bureau lias added thai of being America's earliest siwrts writer. The bureau claims that in' his book "A Key To Tile Language of America," 'Williams describes an account of American Indians playing football. Robert E. Focrdcrcr of Philadelphia made possible the tanning of leather by a mineral process utilising chrome agent. Cabby Troves I'rienJ 7 INDIANAPOLIS (UP.)—All lnff\- anapolls cab driver recently volunteered to drive a dog belonging lo Jimmy Hailzcr, 12. to an animal j hospital after it had been run over by an automobile. He even offered i to take Jimmy home, free o£ ' charge. - ; HUDSON Sales and Service Roy E. Baker Is now hack la our Service Department ready to give you that quality service as in prewar times. We have a large itock of auto and truck parts. Glin Harrison Motor Co. 517 W. Ash St. Phone 2552 WOODS DRUG STORE ROY WOODS 221 West Main Owners - RALPH NICHOLS Where Blythcville Meets Phones 507-508 Wyeth's Corn & Wart Pencil l';i in less Removal 35c $1.00 Luster Cream SHAMPOO 89c COLD Permanent Wave Kits TONl $1.40 PORTRAIT $1.63 Crowning Glory . . .$1.89 (Tax Included) New Shipment Oculens Sun Glasses Meet Army specifications for absorption of Ultra-Violet and Infra-Rcd Rays. Scientific' Lenses—Quality Frames. Priced $1.98 to $10.00 DRUG NEEDS 60c Sal Hepatica 49c .00 Petrolagar 89c 60c Syrup Pepsin. 49c (1.00 Lavoris 89c 60c Alka Seltzer . 49c Turns (3 rolls) 25c $1.00 Nervine. .>. .83c $1.25 Peruna 98c 60c Murine 49c 60c Bisodol 49c 100 Caroid and Bile Salt Tablets 98 SCOT TAPE 10 ZEPHYR Automatic Electric Heating Pad Only $5.95 100 Tablets 98c LIMITED TIME ONLY PLASTIC Sweetheart Aprons Waterproof and Stain Resistant $1.19 Fresh CHOCOLATES 1-Pound Assorted Box $1.49 Chocolate Covered Whole Almonds Pound $1.49 At the Fountain . . . Maple Nut Sundae ' Made with Famous ice Cream 20* Get a Frosty Fresh Shave PREP Shave Cream and After Shave Lotion Both 69c Gillette TEK Razor All Metal 49c 50c Wood bury Coconut Castile Shampoo Quick Lathering 29c Ripplctonc Hammcrmill Bond Stationery Assorted Colors 96 Sheets 48 Envelopes $1.00 SPRING TONICS PURSIN Provides Iron Builds Blood $1.00 $2.00 SSS $1.25 Hoods Sarsparilla . $1.25 Tomlac $1.00 Zyronc . .$1.79 . 98c 98c 89c SHERTON Vitamin Bl Tonic 1 Pint $1.19 McKesson Cold Sore Lotions Relieves Fever Blisters 25c . . . After All— WE'RE DRUGGISTS We've IKCII filliiif rri-scriplions fur many years . . . mid those years of "Know How" go almi; with the finest anil purest inRrcclicnts oM;im- able to mnUe >nur prescription exactly \vliat your doclor ordered. . . . and We Deliver.' C ITY I I I 109- III MAIN STREET FREE PARKING FOR YOUR CAR IN THE REAR OF OUR STORE. Mississippi — Ribbon Cane MOUSSES-— Gal - Reg. Size—Palmolive . SOAP - - 3 for 23c PER PKG. Octagon Cleanser 5c INSTANT COFFEE-4 OZ. JAR KUP-KAY NESCAFE " " 50 Lb. BLOCK S ALT, suKurized - - 60C AVAILABLE on or about April 15th, we willhave our supply of Crystal White Soap 5c Cashmere Bouquet, 3 for 27c SUPER SUDS 25c DEL MONTE—NO. 2 1-2 CAN - - - 15c SPRING Clothes Pins-doz,2Qc SUNSHINE— 1-LB. PKG. GfahilTI crackers - 20c GRAY WHEAT—100 LB. SACK KRAFT'S ASSORTED—5 OZ. JAR Cheese Spreads 2Qc IMPORTANT NOTICE! Starting Thursday, March 28, We I Will Join With the Other Blytheville f j Grocers in Closing Every Thursday at Noon. EATS That Make the Meal . . ami il takes "The Hest" meats to make "The test" meals, that's why we use such diserimin- liiiK care in the selection of our meats, yet our iriccs are (he lowest . . . anil You Get E A 0 1. K S T A M I' S K very thing: you buy from us represents a saving to you because ofour consistent low prices and high quality. Remember too, you get EAGLE STAMPS Your Extra Saving Chesepeake Bay Extra Fancy Select OYSTERS - - Pint 85c Fresh Country Style SAUSAGE pork ib.32c Type One BOLOGNA - - - 28c Collide Cheese Ib. 19c Large Crisp Heads LETTUCE - - each IOC Arkansas Home Grown Turnip Greens ib.12c Large Bunches SHES - bunch 5C All Choice Brands Fresh Dressed FRYERS and HENS Large Bunch Green Onions bch. 5c | 5 Pound Bag - - - 3fc CARROTS - - bunch 8c Your Home Owned and Home Managed Grocery and Market Park Your Car at the Rear of Our Store While Shopping

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