The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 7, 1947
Page 10
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PAGE TEN .t TIIUHSDAY, AUGUST 7, 19'17 AFl Recognizes Faulty Policies ••(vowing Opposed Ai Means of Holding Power kug 7. (UP) ' — The American Federation of. Labor said todaj In •> gloomy eco- noinlc survey that the nation's present prcsperits ' depends too much on borrowing. Oonsunwrs spent ^$t,0:0,COO,OQO cut of war-tune savings and bor- lowed $"000:0,COO through installment bj ms and other consumer credit during the first half'of 1947. the' 'AFl, said in a monthly report The ke> question, the AFL said, is whether prices ft) 1 come down i>> the last half of this year -so that consumers ean expand their buying without further borrowing. The AFL VPS pcsMmisUc about an> price decreases TJie AFL also said there seemed to. be ."no excuse -whatever' for •- coal price increases, announced 'recently toy operator's to covei 'higher labor cosli In their new contract with the United Mine Workers (AFL) Th'e APL said "the miners me making -every effort to increase productivity to compensate for their wage gain and actimlly aie producing more coal on their shorter hours than they did before." .-Then National Conl Assort Ion claiiiis. that production has dropped three''to twelve per cent im- der the new agreement. Confesses Joscp!) I, Hnr<!:'. Jr., 24, of Nortl KltU'i-y, Maine, lms confessed tc Las Vegas police lu>w !><•* "hoi f |K bludgeoned to rti-alli J. W. Me lain or San Fernando. Calif. .' baby-faced blonde who linsy :li< Is Hardy's wife is al^o 1 involved li tho kill'iiiB. iNEA TelC]!ln)lu.> rom Vienna, where they hail Mop- mi briefly' on lliclr way from iidapesl. ThuramKky refused to talk to ie\vsmen. "Listen mister," Tluiranszky raid, I don'l wont nny move '.rouble with anyone. I am Just keeping my big Jnoulh shut unlil we 'tel o Washington." flis wife, Teresa, said: "The GPU (former Soviet B:crel Police) Is everywhere. You jus! can't mist anybody." "Quiet, Mama." Tlniran«.<y said, 'we lire nil in a safe plane now." Read Courier News Want Ads. Social Security Tax to Remain At Present Level WASHINGTON. Aug. 7. (UP) — President Truman yesterday signed into law a bill freezing the social ;;eciirily lax at, one per ecnl "&ch for euip'.oyei's and emj.-oyes imlil Jan. 1, I9TO. The new In'.v provides the lux will be inrreasde to one: and one- Imll per cent on Jan. 1. 1633, to two per c'oni on Jiin. i, !Ui2. Under the old jiuv, the oiic per cent rale would Jmvc jumped to I wo and onc-liuU per cent next Jan. 1 und to three per cent no Jim. 1, 1949. U. S. Renews Protest To Romanian Arrests WASHINGTON, Aug. 7. (UP) — The United States today rejected Hie Rumanian government's claim that this nation's interest in the suppression of civil liberties and political arrests In Romania constituted Intervention in that country';; internal affulrs. The State Department made public the text of its latest protest to .he Romanian govcriuiiGu: against 'widespread arbitrary arrests uf members, of the opix'ciilou parly and...drastic deprivation <jf civil liberties," The Original U. 3. piotcst was made on June. 2-1. Husbands a CTUV*K» Want new Pep andV»»a? '1'liousninlp of coui>!c* arc v;cak, won; hauelctl aolt-ly hcCJu.-M lx> '.y ! J new vim, viliilily, iry OMtx-x 'I'uiiEc (.'otiliiins !ro)\ you, lc». nny nre;l fcr j^ \'\ '•****• vltan,In Hj. t: 11 1 r^ijul n r Z 1 -«') hi/J' n:>w ti'Jcl l-'or h:iie at ell dru^ i American, Rescued from Hungarian State Police, Is Flying to Washington FRANKFURT. Aufi. 1. (UPj Stephen Tinirant/ky, Am^ilcim who was rescued Iroin the Ilim- gnrian Slate 1'ollcc. arrived by plane today on his way to ihc United Slates. ThurarsJky. his wife and their two daughters were flown Irt-rc Highway Revenue Runs Ahead of. Previous Year LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 7, (UP) — Highway revenue collections during^ the 'current bond year are running more than one-half million dollars ahead of collections at the same time last year, the statistical bureau of. the slate Highway De- partmcnl reported today. The bureau said that to date $6.508.612 lias been collected, of which $5,71'1.58G has i;one into the highway Jund. This comparc<l with a collection of 55,938,211 at the .same time last year of which $5,225,400 went into the highway fund. The bond year started April 1. 1941. Collections during the month ending Aug. 1 totaled $1.676.370. For Budget Balancing Sugar 5 IBs 47c Spam or Treet TIN 39c PepsiCo! a 6-12 oz Bottles 25c Jack Sprat ice Cream MIX 3 for 25c Shredded Cocoanut 4 oz Pkg. 25c Giant Size Lemons Dozen 39c Manhattan Coffee Ib. 45c Phone 2668 109-111 W. Main St. Little Super Air Base Open 'til 7:30 Tuesdays & Thursdays Prices Good Thursday & Friday 8-DOOR HOG FEEDER .95 33 ratten your hogs faster jwilh less cost. Cafeteria Istyle. hogs fred from huth siilra. InKUlateJ with Mas- unite' with wealher-lite tup. Saves feed! FOR POULTRY, LIVE STOCK, FIELDS ELEaRSC FEr^CERS teW. 'SIMS Have a trouble-free, lii-liiie rlix..ic fence this year nt and crcat savinss. Kills all Ihc weeds in the fence row. Harmless to animals. Simple-, efficient shocks instantly. ELECTRIC FENCE ACG£SSOR3ES Dependable Katierics, B volt Lot O gg shuts. Flat oise. top quality .... Fence Testers', when connected tci ftnrt and grouniU-iTsliow llaslu-s Kwik Klip 1'asteni-rs. lieavy t'alva- ^Ucd" s^pTnTi; steel, llwx nf 100 I i.'htnini; Arrester Ijijs. f"r protection. ~Kasy I" install. Comes complete—only ,1 I'ost Insulators, ivliite porcelain "leather waslivrs. 1!>Kli «rade. 8-BAR 3MN. UTILITY FIELD FEMCl The perfect fence for lone s'cnice at low " 20-Rod tosl. Slav "'ires are « inches apart lop , »,,J bottom wires are 11 stauge. Inter- KoH mediate wires 14V; gauge. 8-BAR 32-IN. HOG & SHEEP FENCE !^^a.r^U fl ff^-lJpi; mediate wires. Stay wires 6" apart. Urns hogs and holds cattle and shfi'p. if>, 9-BAR 39-IN. HOG & STOCK FENCE 20Rod Roll 20 Rod Roll 10 cauEc top and holtom wires. 12V) inlermediale wires. Stay wires 6' .part for turning rai»r-k»r!i hogs *nt rattle. 23 Bar 60 inch ,^ — 10 Rod Roll . . bottom wires are 12% «•«**- Intermediate wires Ibyi 6" Hi a y wires. POULTRY FENCE MAKE YOUR DOLLARS GO TWICE AS FAR! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR EASY BUDGET PUN! 6' Sheet ....... ..... 1.30 8' Sheet ............ 1.73 10' Sheet ............ 2.19 12' 2.58 Save timt- an.l ••fforl »nil Krioil ' your own fP,.,l. Will crin.1 up to ll:,0 Ibs. "f corn p.-r i-l const rue titiii- Ideal ><" imultry raisers. hour. All 1. CAN'T RUST! 3. LIGHTER: ROOr LOAD! 2. HO PAlNTlrlG! U. PURE DRAIM WATER! LOW INSTALATION COST! LOW UPKEEP COST! Aluminum Roofinu is the answer to every Farm Roofing need! It has -it'jo;! th= test:: of war and time and is rtow ready to incti voiii- roofini! rcquircinents. Made ot an aluminum alloy to Hive long, ircuble-fvee service at low cost. Thickness. .019 r.nd it's aluminum all tl-.e way Ihroush. By reflecting hot sun ray; it hci'iis buiklinss cooler inside. Sparks can't ignite it when properly grounded it, also protects against lightning. Alumhium rticifs nre pcrmoncntly attractive. These roofs are only I '3 as heavy as other metal rcofs ... and are much easier to Imtall Order your Aluminum Roofm E Today and Savcl Household Needs WERE Bird Brand Linoleum Rugs 7'/2x9 $6.25 Bird Brand Linoleum Rugs 9x12 9.25 Coach Door Mats, Full Sire 1.49 Rubber Door Mats 18x28 l /2 2.49 loomy Wardrobes 8.7S Paints & Supplies Famous 100 pet. Outside White 4.75 Barn Paint, white, 5 gal. 15.75 Wearbest Outside, white, 5 gal. 18.75 Step Ladders, 8 foot- Only NOW 4.95 7.49 .98 .23 5.88 2.98 12.95 16.95 4.20 Farm Supplies Four Wheel Farm Trailers Steel Wheel Wagons Trailer Hitches Cotton Pick Sacks 12 oz duck 209.50 199.95 108.95 59.95 3.49 .98 Only 2.98 Trucks S4OH95 Only $19 Down You can haul bigger loads faster, safer when you roll on rubber. Heavy-duty, all- steel construction. Tops for profitable, field or highway • Houh 17% heavier loodl • 6.000-lb. Crest Capacit-' 1 • Low-Lif( Style Bed! » Complete with tirci, 50-in. Hilch!

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