The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1956 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, APRIL IT, 1»M BLITHEV1LLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Who's Responsible for Farm Income Decline?—the Farmers Must Decide Br JAMES MAKLOW AtMcl*t«4 Tntt Newt WASHINGTON (AP) — Who struck John? In this case the farmers are John. They'll have to decide in thi* presidential election year whether to blame Democrats or Republicans for the fall in their income, particularly if it keeps going down. Within the past M hours—with president but does it now "aftei Democrat* and Republican* both aching for the farm vote—farmers have become a roaring campaign issue in a series of events which may leave them scratching their heads: 1. President Eisenhower veto-d the farm bill passed by the Democratic-run Congress with the help of farm state Republicans. The Democrat* said this bill was just what the farmers needed to bail the Democrats them out. 2. Immediately began trying to make political capital of the veto. They said Eisenhower himself had dealt the farmers a "direct blow" and that he would have to take "full blame" for the farmers' troubles. 3. Eisenhower struck back in a nationwide broadcast last night blaming Congress for giving him a bill which he said he had to veto as a matter of conscience because it would do more harm than good Klaked Popularity • This was one of the few times In Eisenhower's three White House years when; by direct action oi his own, he risked losing a vast chunk of personal popularity, as he will If the farmers now blame him for their plight. He made it clear he new he was taking a politic!'.! chance by acknowledging he had been told "what a risky thing in an election year to veto this bill." Besides the farm state Republicans who voted for the bill, three farm state Republican governors flew here to urge him to sign it and two farm organizations vored the measure: the National Gargne and the National Farmers Union. A third group, the Ameri. can Farm Bureau, opposed it. So did Secretary of Agriculture Ben. son. Refused to Go on Defensive Eisenhower, who has had some experience in generalship, refused to let the Democrats put him on the defensive, or at least entirly on the defensive. The bill passed by this Democratic-run Congress would have restored high, rigid supports. Although vetoing the Democrats' high support bill, Eisenhower at the same time announced he was gong to increase price supports— although not up to the Democrats' figure—to give farmers an additional 600 million dollars in benefits this year. Democrats hooted at this reasoning. Democratic National Chairman Paul M. Butler said Eisenhower had the authority to raise prices nnv- time since becoming farmers have lost three billion dot lars." Soil Buk Alked But Eisenhower wrapped a chal lenge around the Democrats necks, knowing the farmers would be watching to see what happened He urged Congress to pass this year a soil bank program tha would pay farmers- for cutting down on production by withdraw ing acreage from surplus crops He said it would, \f passed with a provision for part payments when farmers sign contracts, give farmers up to 500 million dollar: additional this year. Now it's up to the farmers to figure out who hit them, if anybody, or. whether they knockec themselves out by overproducing. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF NO. 2,363. CHARLEY McBRIDE, DECEASED NOTICE OF SALE OF REALTY Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Administrator will pursuant to the Order of the Probate Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas rendered on the 7th day of April, 1956, on the 30th day of April, 19S6 offer for sale at public auction at the site of the realty hereinafter described, in Blytheville, Chickasawba- District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to the highest bidder the following described realty: Lots Twenty-two (22) and Twenty-three (23), Block One (1), of the Greenwood Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas. Said sale, which has been ordered for the purpose of paying claims allowed against said estate, shall be held beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. M. in the forenoon of the date aforesaid. Said Sale by Order of said Court will be for cash. Dated this me 'tin day of April, 1956. GEORGE McBRIDE, JR., Administrator of the Estate of Charley McBride, deceased. Taylor & Sudbury, Attys. for Administrator. 4/10-17-24 One-third of the oil wells drilled in the United States during 1953 were drilled in Texas. 4-Way Golden Anniversary PASADEN.A, Calif. Wl—The four Wopschall brothers and the lour Thee sisters, who met in Mason City, Iowa, courted and married, were all together for a golden wedding anniversary Sunday. • The anniversary was that of Car Wopschall, a former mayor of Pas adena, and Clara Thee Wopscholl She told about the four-way ro mance during an anniversary re ception at St. James Methodls Church, where they were greeted by the minister who married them the Rev. F. O. H. Stevens. "We met In a church In Mason City," she said. "And we all began courting. Emlel and Anna wer< married there and then they wen :o California. "My sister Martha and I cami out here a few weeks later. The brothers were already here and ev ery time I went to see Anna, I kep meeting Carl. Things just worked out." Then Martha became engaged to Lookout Gets Air, Burglars Get Caught LOS ANGELES M=) — Police S«J the lookout for a safecracking trio s in bad with his cronies, and al three are in jail on suspicion ot burglary because— The lookout, instead of staying put, decided to do some extra-cur- •icular viewing, and in walking outside a market where the safe was being cracked he tripped the silent larm. Officers E. 1 R. Wins and B, H McGrahahan arrived, heard the f ault being assailed by sledge hammers and drills, and sent for more »licemen. They showed up with he owner of the market, who let he officers in with his key. Very soon the two safecrackers were working in the glare of a po- ice searchlight. Record Firm Sued LOS ANGELES (/Pi—A $9,COO,OOU amsge suit has been filed aganist ICA-Victor by Jean King Rousseau, :nown as radio's "Lonesome Gal." ihe stated in her complaint yester- ay that the record company ap- roprlated her trademark In issuing n album entitled, "Lonesome Gal, Airleari Hunter." KEEP THIS AD! Over 15.0UO Arthritic and Rheumatic Sufferers hare taken this medicine since It came on the market. Free information by giving your name and address to BRA'ZII MEDICINE CO.. P. O. Box 522, Hot Springs, Arkansas. Announcing... OUR NEW WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE Located on North Highway 61 ACROSS HIGHWAY FROM THE BLYTHEVILLE WAREHOUSE CORP. AND NORTH OF BLYTHEVILLE PROPANE CO. Seeds Fertilizers Chemicals Brecdtn Deltapine Cottons Cert. Deltapinc Cottons Soybeans Alfalfas Sorghums Lespedeza Funk's Hybrid Corn Dixie Hybrid 22 & 33 Corn Small Grains Pasture Seeds Ammonium Nitrate 12-12-12 Urea Nitrate of Soda Other Mixed Fertilizers Dalapon Karmex D-L Baron 2-4D 2-45T Soil Fumigants Grain Fumigants Innoculants Insecticides I Come in and see us and get such bargains as: Cert. Blue Tag Deltapine 15 - per ton $90 DALAPON (The Best Johnson Grass Killer) [* f 970 If You Would Like Our Bi-Monthly Price List Call or Send a It Postcard to— The Paul D. Foster Co. Box 826, Blyth«vill«, Ark. Phon« POpItr 3-3418 Otto and Smanuel and Hulda were married next. Emiel and Anna will observe their 55th anniversary In November. Otto and Martha will have their 50th anniversary June 3, a day before Emanuel and Hulda celebrate their Mth. They all live In this area. Til Wwijt tut if ttrinf Euct OMSK* U Hi fnlw. Jut |ln UM BUBfe.r T«t 4«ct*r w Kiikw. Onw Bra*. ST. JOSEPH ASCIItlN FOX CHIUItU Bonn fro Expand Highway Net BONN, Germany (*V-Ve«t Oer- miny has drifted an imbl'ilous plan to extend It'i world-famed Autobahn (superhighway) net within the next 10 .yean. At a cost of 5H billion marks 11.300,000,000 about 900 mile* of. new road* will be added to the smooth iuperhtghway net now 1300 miles started by Hitler to 1931. Most Oer- mana today regard It u the only worthwhile remnant from 13 years of nazism. In a few years, tourists will be able to travel from Denmark to Switaerland and from Holland to; Austria without once leaving the Autobahn. fieout/ruf America NEW YORK (iTV—American* jhs- vcd, brushed their teeth and made themselves generally presentable l«»t yen to an extent never reached before, The Toilet Goods Awn. report*. Sales of toilet goods hit a record level of 11,192,200,000, representing almost w per eent more than UM 19M figure, the prevlout petit. TM report covered all toiletry preparations except soap. More Comfort WMrkto. FALSE TEETH Bert la » plMMnt wmy to overcame loom plftt* dtocomfort. TASTEETH. *n Improved powder, •prlnktod oa upper ktvd lower plat« bold! tb*m firmer *o that they foal man eora- forUbl*. Mo tummy, goo*r. putf tMt« or r«elinc. Jt'i alktatm rnon- *vcld). Docs not K>ur. Check* pUto odor" (dentur* bntth), O*t FAS* TCVl'U tod*r »t »nj 4ru( oounur. -OPEN- ELLIS & HARRINGTON SHEET METAL WORKS 203 North 1st St. Next Door to Westbrook Machine Shops Gutter Work - Duct Work All Types Sheet Metal Work Prompt Service—All Work Guaranteed -Phone 3-4161- SPRING CLEANING AIR CONDITIONERS 3 /4 Ton Deluxe, Heats and Cools, Thermostate. ..,., $199.91 l'/i ton Deluxe, Thermostate. ......„„....... .... ,...,....,. .$299.95 2 Ton Deluxe. Thermostat -.,.,„.,.,.,.,.,„...,.,...,...,. .$399.91 TELEVISIONS-NEW ALL ARt NEW 1955 MODELS 21 "Westinghouse Table Model. ..-,,,-. ,,. r -. r . .$169.91 21" RCA Victor with table . . ...,.,.,.,.„„.„.,. .««..,. .$189.91 TELEVISIONS-USED 10" RCA Console . ,.-, UVi" Admiral Console 16" RCA Console ... 17" Emerson with table 17" Crosley Console -.,.,.,,...„. ... .«.,.,.„, .$109.91 MANY OTHER MAKES AND MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM WILSON'S 105 W. Main EXPERT SERVICE ON > TELEVISION RADIO SERVICI Ph. 1-4237 XL MAKES TODAYS BIG SPECIAL at a price that will open your eyes I F YOU'RE In the market for a. real buy, take a good look at this one. It's a 1956 Buick SpEciAL-which means, of course, it's a big car. But look again at the price news it carries. It tells you this big Buick SPECIAL can be yours for only a few dollars more than the price of the well-known smaller cars —for even less than some mqdels of those very same cars. (And the price we'll show you proves how true that is.) The gospel truth is —this brawny new beauty is the biggest bundle of high style and hot performance ever offered in Buick'i lowest-priced Series. i / / \r ,*<» • tr t NIWIOW MJM-4-UoiMi C.mf.rt In y.»r n.w Buiik wild FSISIDAIKf CONDITIONING • Even that, though, doesn't completely explain why Buick outsells every car in America except the two well-known smaller ones. To understand the big reason, you've got to know something about how much more pure automobile you get for your money in a 1956 Buick— The extra satisfaction of commanding Buick's walloping new 322-cubic-inch V8 engine— The extra joy and comfort of Buick's new buoyant ride, Buick's matchless new handling ease, Buick's extra solidity of structure— The extra thrill that comes from the world's most modern transmission. For, at your option, you can also have the new double-action take-off —and the extra gas-saving mileage—of Buick's advanced new Variable Pitch Dynaflow.f Those are some of the things we'd like you to know, firsthand, about the 1956 Buick. And we'll let the car itself — and that low price tag —do the talking. Will you come in—real soon—this week maybe? ]Ncw Advanced Variable Pitch Dijnnfow is ihs only Dynaflow Buick builds today. It is standard on Roadmasttr, Super and Century—optional at modest extra cost on the Special. / HI )AC«II OlEASON \X/ •WHEN BITTIt AUTOMOBILES AM BUILT BUICK Will BUI1D IMIM- LANGSTON-Me WATERS BUICK CO. Broadway & Walnut OPEN TILL 9 P.M. Phone 3-4555

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