The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1948 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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n, 1941 Flexible Support Prices Are Urged Sen. Aikcn Warns Taxpayers Will Pay fa If Plan Not Adopted B.r Vlnrent Iturkr (United Pi-fa, staff Corrapondenl) WASHINGTON. April u IUP)_ S*n. Oforge D. Aik«n. R., vt said yesterday thai taxpayers may' liave o pay through tl> c nose next year If Congress fails to provide flexible f«rm price supports this year Some Congressmen have suggc.sU «l thai it may be enough to extend the present rigid price support* for one more year. Aiken however, told * reporter that would cost taxpayers "several hundred million dollars." He said Jt would mean continued overproduction ol already surplus products, such as Ijolaloes with the government buy- Ing up the surplus' Si*,™ ^m^ " Senal « Apiculture SL.bconm.mee which has drafted a ions-range farm program, n in- 1 «» h ', Xi ' ble Prlce su PI'»''t.s thai, ' , . {s Br s in j nltnr? Committee I jcsitraay began hearing how the! Ji ""Kline thQ bl "' Prosirt<;nt A| -1 ^''i^I'f F * deratlo » was scheduled to testify. He was expected lo endorse the bill generally, but suggest some changes. . , I Aiken said •most farmers want pnce supports more flexible He charged that some persons who want present price supports continued for another year i, a ve an ulterior motive. Tncy want all farm sun- porl.s killed, he said. The bill being considered would eliminate mandatory price supports from all but woo! and Hie six bviic commodities. B ,,t the secretary would have discretionary authorit'v o support, other farm prices. Under the present law. which expire,, Doc 31. Ihe government must support at not less than 90 pe r cent of par«}• cges, potatoes, chickens, and a long hsi of other commodities How UMT Would Work ELT'l'HEVTLLt (ARK.)' CX5UTITER NEWS UNTHAINIt) CIVILIAN AWAIT CALI FINAL iWDUCTION SfLECTIVf SYSTEM REGISTRATION SCIItNING EXEMPTION AHMtP FQtctS INDUCTION STATIONS 6 MONTHS OF BASIC, BRANCH, SMALL UNIT, TECHNICAL AND __S^CIA^T^AINING ^OLLOWED BY ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMS ^LISTED ^LISTED BELOW^ Additional train ing in notional Sfcu/lty training ctupi (ai iix pnonthj. Inlitt in ilgulai Aimy, NOVJ-, Air Force, or Coaii Guard loi ttrnu provided by lo* and regulation*. Enhance into U S Military Academy U.S. Naval Acad^ «my,U S.Coail Guard Academy, Academy, Aceied time Ac ode my under terms pr«. xnbed by (a* or regulation*. Enliilin Notional Guard 01 Organ iied Reti've Unit of Army, Novy or Air Force for terrtii Described by law and i eg u la 1 torts. , TRAINED CIVILIAN POOL otianol 3rgan e Unit Ovy or r lermi EnlEit In Army, Navy or Aif Reierrc for term P'escribtdbylow or regulation^ and attend college courses in non- ROTC college. had* or vocational in Aimy, Navyer duly training pcrywr. ^S^HrHr^^^EiS^^i Mof-orman Loses Legs Trying to Save Trolley Car BOSTON. April 14. I OP) — Alphonse McDonald was Boston's hero kj«r sy but u cost him his less and t^ay cost him his life. - Physicians were fighting v 'to save the 30-year old trolly rnotorman who left his own safe car Monday night to sprint to the controls of another when it began to run downhill while its regular driver was tinkering with it. "Get to the rear," he warned the eight passengers. Then, although he could have Jumped to safety at any time, he wrestled with the controls and he Colonel, Jailed For Jewel Thefr f Seeks Freedom ATLANTA, Ga., April 14. <UP>— Former Army Colonel Jack Dur.int, .serving a U-ycar-prison sentence hero for the theft of the Hessian crown jewels, made a legal move lo Set out of jail yesterday as government attorneys sought to return his wife to prison on ttie same charges. Attorneys for Durant filed a habeas corpus petition in U.S. District Court here, pleading that the Array court martial that sentenced him had no jurisdiction in the case. At the same time. .1 Federal Court of Appeals in Richmond. Va., took under advisement a pi ea by the government lo reverse another district court decision that freed Mrs still was trying to work the brakes -when the 32-ton vehicle jumped the tracks at 50 miles an hour and careened into Egglcston Square Terminal. Six persons including McDonald were taken to hospitals. Seventeen others were injured slightly when the car buckled steel girders, jarring loose a section ol the terminal ceiling. RECTAL DISEASES (All TTDW E: GARDEN SEEDS COMPLETE STOCK BULK OR PACKAGE FRESH PLANTS DAILY BLYTHEYILLE CURB MARKET 130 EAST MAIN ST. Funeral Insurance PHONE 4431 COBB FUNERAL HOME Bl.vlheville. Arkansas ENJOY THE BEST IN PIT BARBECUE! AT THE — RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Courteous Waitresses * Girl Car HODS To « n ,,p= . ^ " »u HOURS: 4:00 p.m. - 1 : <H> a.m. \VcckrU,, I2:M N<K.n-U:0« MM-ni Sunday, South Divisian St. Phonf Kathleen Nash DilraiH oil a similar writ. Mrs. Uuranl, a former WAG ra|>- laiJi. was sentenced to five yours imprisonment f or aiding j n the theft of the $1,500,000 jewels lim gained Jier freedom last September after serving four months nl the Alderson, W. Va. women's rcform*- tory. Her plea was similar (o the one l.er husband'.? altorncj's filed here, She contended the Army court which sentenced her rtid not have Jurisdiction since she Imd already been ordered lo inactive duty. Federal attorneys sought to have .Mrs. Dliranf. returned lo prison on the grounds Hint her terminal leave orders had been revoked and she- was on active duty at the time of her trial. Her husband's plea contended Plenty of Toweis And fresh cottons ton! Smart Mother Takes Them In "U-Do-lt" Laundry .Wash on our modern MAYTAG MACHINES and dry on our OAS FIRE'D DRIERS. Open 7 a.m.—Close 5:30 p.m. Close Saturday at noon. Open Tuesday and Thursday until 9 p.m. 323 N. Second Street. Phone +247. Pianos Wide selection nf models and prices on our floor all the lime Piano Tuning And repair by an expert. Call us for service that satisfies Music Instruments A complete line of music in- strumrnfs and supplies. From K pick to a bass violin Recordings I/et us make permanent records of your voice and music. • Radio Repair • Sheet Music • Radios - Records BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 R. Mnin Phno« 811 lhat the Army lacked jurisdiction because he \vn.s released from Mr- vice on May n, I94fi and was not arrested until June 3. Southern Leaders End Civil Kightt Meeting ATLANTA. o«., April H. (UP)_ Mv« Southern lenders ended n two- d»y TOiifarrnre on civil rljshls pro- ivwal.s here todity anrt announced they «ro convinced the South "will uo< roloiif n, itji b,t,|, , Ba | nsl prrsld«iit iviim»n'a recommpndn- tions. W. P. naskln, elinlvniini n[ I lie conference, Issued a (>rlo( stnte- ment. He snld.the strntcgy lor tha tight "will b« clisclojcrt ns nip buttle rages." SpeukliiB for (he sroiip, he com. mented, "HiLi couferenrc hus brcn most helpful «nrt Infoimntlv* < 0 a || «nd has enabled each of us to better understand the- problems nl Uie various Southern stales and th» atlilurte of the Democrats nf the i-Mjwrtlve slates." Buskin, who Is chnlrmnn of Ihe South Carolina Democratic Exeou- tlve Coniutlttee, said the meellng had couvlnrori them that the South "slands fttnilv »iu| snuarelv togellier." Anti-Lynch Bill to Get Consideration by House WASHINGTON, April 14. CUPI-The mill-lynching bill is due lor early romldernllon by Ihe House. House Sneaker .Joseph W. Martin Jr.. who ivmrto Hip iinnovinco- Food Lockers For Rent Cold Storage Meat 1 Curing ment, did not would be, I The Hou« Judlclitry CommlUw hns tpproverl * bill to m«k< lynch- in; > ie<l«r«l offenM. And Senile OOP leaders »l«o h»v« d«cld»d to elv« intl-lj-nchlnf ly notion. React Courier New« Want A.in. if 7 US GRIND YOUR CAR'S VAWS IF INSPECTION SHOWS THE WORK 15 NEEDED LOOK AT THIS LINE-UP SPECIAL TOOLS TO SPEED THE JOB EXPERIENCED MECHANICS WHO KNOW THEIR BUSINESS SKILLED SUPERVISION TO ASSURE HIGH STANDARD! S«« Uf For All Engine Work SERVICE IS BEST FOR YOUR CAR REGARDLESS OF MAKE SHELTON MOTOR COMPANY ] 19 West Ash n nd Home Export I'nu'ossiiiK Quick Frec;:iii|{ fur {•'icc/ors Groceries - Meats - Fish B LAY LOCK Frozen Food 2 1st & M;iin Plume 2(>02 Dr. W. A. Taylor VETERINARIAN Culls Mad*—Farm ft Town Day Phone .UfU Night 1'hon* 2138 First National Insuranct Agency' FOR COMPLETE PROTJBCTIOK Phon» 2311 108 North 2nd St. BILL WILSON ABthw|T IJH^ DAY RATE HOUR RATE WEEK RATE DAY AND NIGHT NURSERY [•'or Children of All Ages! Here's \vh;il folks with children have wnnterl for a long lime! A responsible, safe plate lo leave their children while shopping, wring; lo n movie or on n trip, meals are available, us well us clean NK\V bed's ARTIE'S NURSERY 1>hnne 2: ' 5() 3U N. 2nd St. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug SroreS For Sale State Certified D.& P. L. PLANTING SEED CLEANED & TREATED 6 7 8-l2 Fertilizer Roseland Gin Co, Roseland, Ark. BABY CHICK TIME • BUY EARLY • BUY THE BEST A Complete I,ine of Feed We Buy Poultry! Lewis Poultry •119 E. Main Phone 3317 MALONE Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 Concrete Tiie Sewer Tile Slr.cs 4, e and S Inch Culvert Tile Sizes 16, u, n, is, 2Ii 2<| , ( «n<1 3« Inch A. H. WEBB Hw7. 81 at SU!« LI M Phone Blrtrtrrllle TH FOR SALE Get our prices on tcslcrf 12 inch to 48 inch concrete culverts. Also concrete buildintf blocks. CALL ON US DIAL 691 We Deliver and Sell for Less Osceola Tile, and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 69] DYNAMITE Now in Stock at Paul By rum's REDYED, the old »lioe becomes smart, new appearing 'particular]}' if also rebuilt here). \Ve re- dye shoes BH.V color —perfectly. QUBLITY SMOC SHOP III W M « I N S T I Local R I.onR Distance Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any 1'lnce Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. 1'hone.s: DH.V 4677 Night 2r>8« INSTANT RADIO SERVICE AI,f, MAKES We SpcditiM In r-M Latest Mo<1e!« of New • Weslinghouse • Crosley BLYTHEVILLE RALES COMPANY 13» R. M»ln Guaranteed RADIO REPAIR by Expert C*ll 811 Brooks Music Store 107 K; Mutn F.r Ihe W.t . . . w« h«v« .11 modern Auto Body Repairs Rtp.tr., tTf.5 1 Stind Behind 12 Years of Sat Uf artery ferviee to SllMi»s!ppl County BARKER'S BODY SHOP <25 KMt Kentucky Flash Cameras At Barney's! 2006 West Main Street PRICED FROM $9.90 to $14.95 Him Development and Free 5x7 Enlargement With Kach Roll Roll Film In All Sizes_B RS ( man Kodak Film BARNEY'S Phone 3647 2006 W.,t Main St. FARM (J) LOANS H»m« offlc«, N.wirk, N. J. TOM moKPT ei**IM« rAu., WRIT« o« .IM WORTHINGTON «* ». TJ,lrd HI., JM T th«ill % Al*. 8«rTln, Thl. » KUnn 2S Tf inT TBIt INSIJIUNCI COMrANT <W ANItKl / Still 8t Young Motor Co: Lincoln-Mtrcury Ph«,.S47» Blyth.>ill. Ark. Ill W.tart M. BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 STUDEBAKER Batteries Heaters Sun Shields Radios . Seat Covers Tfres New Motors Parts Everything You Need for Your Car We Repair'Em All Any Mak« Cars and Trucks... Factory Trained M«eh>nic« I'aint & Body Work Lubricating A Wwihinr • "Wrecker Service New Equipment If you need a new 1 </, ton or 2 ton Sludebaker truck we h«v« it! CHAMBLIN SALES CO. "Your Friendly Studebmkir D*«/«r" R.R. «, A»h Sf*. Phon.2195 EAST END AUTO SALES HM the car you want and need! Phone 4191 or see us at 503 E. Alain CAN WATER AW IN ARTHRITIS? YES ... K It's Mountain Valley Mineral W»tar, *• finou health wster from Hot Spring*, Arkvuu. MOUNTAIN VALLEY—r • Stimulate kldne; «<•*!»•. • Eliminate the w.itfn—.* •«•• MI i «t Arthritis *n« Rhnuutkm. CROSSTOWN WHISKIY SHOP Main and DlTfefen Blytheville, Ark.

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