The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 14, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 14, 1947
Page 10
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(., PAGE TEN BLTTHEV1LLB (ARK.) COURIER KZWB THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1947 Sfeei Shortages Will Affidavit Offered Senate Investigators To Ask Big Operators For Explanations - = WASHINGTON. Aug. !-;. (TO 5 ) — Senate investigators said today they will soon ask big steel for its ex- pianatlon of the steel shortage. ^-A Senate Small Business Subjoin '; nuttee has already: heard small fab- i licitors, nianufaCturers an ( t con- t,sumers relate 4lieir .dlfficiiHIes In ^l«italning steel and steel iiroducts. $•-• ^fien Edward Martin, It., stibcom- C3puft'«* chairman, was expected u nek v..,at itlie capitol today to set a dale 5* -lor resumption of the hearings. "^ Kepreseutativcs of big steel and the :7"OIO steelworliers iinlon are expect', ed to be called to testify. *. The subcomnilltee's announce? rnent folk.-ws a- demand by \Vcsi £ Coasl Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser 1, for a thorough Senate probe of the J alleged failure of the steel Industry i* to expand lt.s productive .capacity to meet national «nd world needs. :Kaiseiv and others have chnrgeil big steel is refusing to expand iUt capacity because it is afraid the how heavy deniaiul will slump ill a few years. In testimony already taken by the subcommittee, many steel users " have told "of being forced lo pay <\ exorbifant prices In "grey markets." • Some said they could 'not Bet steel • at any price. Others said they wei-2 1 ,<liort bccaHse they yrere unwilling ', to payl"groy market" pi-Ices. . Previous testimony also included » accounts of fantastic paper dcnli in the "grey" miirket with nuni- crons middlemen trying lo cut > themselves in for handsome profits. ' These -so-tailed "grey" markets ^comprised transactions outside of ".regular trade channels. > One Chinese Army compels its i' soldiers lo be thrifty! Ten per cent : > ol the rate of pay must be saved •j monthly, and none Ls exempt. 7 * Taft-Hartley Act Violators Scored Co-Author of New Law Assails Evasion by Big Business Leaders DETROIT, Allj;. 14. IUP)_!Rej>. Fred A. Hartley, Jr., R., N. J., today nsKiilecl "bin business leaders who are attempting lo by-pass the Tafl- lliirlley labor liiw because they arc more interested jn the almighty dollar tlinn In ijood government." The cliHlrniiin of the House I,abar xHiiinlUve and co-:iuhor of the act. ml tan's Ills name told the mi- usl convention of the inlernatlon- I Apple Association that lie was deeply concerned" about efforts l.> viulc the law, ' v fx-t nio serve notice on the oin- loycrs of the nation that, If I flnil, :i I have already done, attempts lo V-IMSS llic net," he declared, "1 •ill nsk tliejn to come to • RFC Refuses Kaiser's Pica for Debt Reduction WASHINGTON, AUK 14. (UP) — The Reconstruction Finance Corp. •i'stcrdny denied Henry J. Kaiser's jjjeii for an 585,000.000 reduction In his debt to the government on his rontana, Cal. steel plant. "It Is the judgment of the RFC, directors that they, as the trustees . uf publlo money, .should not gram j • iich a reduction., .except by dl-j rictlon or the congress," the RFC i election letter lo Kaiser .said. T!i e letter. /.Igncd b; IJCQ Nlel- son, acting HFO secretary, was M answer to the wetlern industrialist's May 21 application for a reduction of his remaining 3105.009,COO Indebted i less to $^O.OC:.0:o. He sii't! then that such a write-off would be comparable to the JliiV 000,000 the government took on its surplus «ile of the Geneva, Utuh, slecl plant. Read Courier News Want Ads. Howard Hughes, left, and Noah Dietrich, vice-president ol tin- Hughes Tool Co., search through 11 slack ol leytlmony for an nl'tidum a;; the Hughes versus Senate War Investlijathn! r.uliconmilltee baltle continued. The affidavit, written by former Hughes publicity man Russell Uinl- \vell, stated* that although in ex\)onse accounts he had listed Jesse Jones, he had not actually entertained the lormer Rl'C chalrmnn (NEA Telephoto.) NOTICE Notice is hereby given Hint the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Ttevenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit lo sell beer :it at 42S Ash St., B-.vllKi'.'ilk'. Arkansas. Mississippi County. The undersigned states t)i:U he [s a cili:CT> or Arkansas, of noixl moral characters, that he has never bi't'u convicted of n felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; (hat no license to sell beer by i.liu undersitjtic<l has been revoked within five years last past; and thai the undersigned has never been co:i-'d of violating the laws of slate, or any other slate, relating lo the sale ol alcoholic liquors. Cold Parker Subscribed and sworn lo bcfoie me this 13 ii:iy of August, 10-11. EliK.ibeth Msison iSU/Uj) ' Nolary Public My com mission expires 4-'J8-!>o Shorimikiiig "Fallii'i-" John Adums Dagyr is known «. tiie father ol American shoemak IIIB. He came to <Lynn, Masr,., li 1750. nncl started the shociniiki bnsi[iess on a factory scale, lu'itl it out of the custom-made class. BEST TIRE DEAL IN TOWN! ci'ulu violation of the .splru of tho luw," Ue cUU not obkct to n inotlt- 1'iotl ulauso proposed ipcnilly by the 'Fotxl Motor Company, he s:iul. l.iil loured the consi'r|iit*ncoK it suoh a clniLsc IjL'cann? a puUern. on :LIU| explain their actions ori' my committee. The Tafl-'Hait- (•!> law i.s tiie luw of the Innil and ; InU-nd to see to II that it is lived L]) El)." Hartley s«iel he was particularly licensed over John L. Lewis' "delili- ATTENTION GINNERS Let us supply you with all your girt needs! We Feature B. F. Goodrich Belting ZI3 WESTMAINSTU 'RHONE :2OI5 New Shipment CLOSETS and LAVATORIES JUST ARRIVED! ARCHIE LOVELACE PLUMBER 309 N. 6th St. Phone 2186 Jim Brown Stores Inc. AUGUST SPECIALS THE NEW more 'Omileage! DELUXE lower -IN YOU WIN WAYS! 1.- BIG TBADE-1N! Drive in — we'll give you a generous trade-in allowance on your old tiresl 2. * 34% MORE MILEAGE! You'll get the great new Goodyear DeLuxe tires. In tests they averaged 34% more non-skid mileage than the famous .Goodyear tires they replace. They have cf'stronger cord body, a wider, Halter tread, an improved shoulder—which means better traction, added solely, long even wear. •3."MVi% LOWEB PBICE1 Amazingly, these great new tires cost 110.V2 % ; 1«M than the old Goodyear De- £uxe on all popular sizesl Other sizes also reduced. 4. EAST TERMS! .On our Easy Pay Pkin, you pay as lil- ^ $1.25 a week for a »*l oi Goodyear Deluxe liies! 5. AVOID TIRE TROUBLES! Actually, 90% of all tire troubles hap- penjn the last 10% of a tire's lite. (You'll ride safely and worry-free on ' your new Goodyearsl '(.' EXPERT SERVICE! Our service men know how to install ^ires the right way. Get a head start to -,top mileage at Tire Service Head- cruarters! As Law as n Down $1.25 Weekly Grade 'AAAA' BABY CHICKS Heavy Breed SHOP 1 SAVE 1 JilVi • i/Hvki ON THESE MONEY SAVING VALUES 14! $1/1 95 Per 700 Save On INSECT SPRAY Per Gal. 49* FARM TRAILERS Were 209.50 199 .95 Steel Wheel Wagons, were 108.95 Tarpaulins, all sizes,.. ...[,. .,. . .... Weed Burners Hammermills, all purpose Electric Fence Chargers Electric Fence Posts Fence Insulators $59.95 at 10'A reduction now only $22.00 only $19.95 only $19.95 each 371/2C 100 for $3.18 90 Lb. SLATE ROOFING Red & Green i 80 Lawn Sprinklers.- whirling type, were 5.24 $2.25 Lawn Sprinklers, tulip, v^ere 1.19 99c Brass Hose Nozxles, were 79c 49c Hose Reels, reduced to $5.47 Quality ALUMINUM ROOFING 10 r " Sl 12 oz. 9 Ft. PICK SACKS $2.98 50 Ft. Length Hose now only $5.47 Per Sq. NEW TIRES DESERVE NEW TUBES See us for the best deal in town! DUIVE IN, TRADE IN, WHEREVER YOU SEE THIS SIGN GOODYEAR STORE 410 W. Main Red & Buff BRICK SIDING 3.85 Per Sq. SHINGLES Per Sq. 6.49 45 Lb. DREADNAUGHT ROOFING 1.69 Per Sq. 55 Lb. 7-Piece Aluminum Sets Large Roomy Wardrobes House Brooms Salt & Pepper Shaker, plastic, 4-piece Cabinet Sinks, 54" Stainless Sfec! Ton Cabinet Sinks, 42" Stainless Steel Top Cabinet Sinks, 60" Stainless Steel Top Vacuum Cleaners Dish Cabinets • $3.98 $4.88 only 49c 39c $67.50 $45.88 $63.75 only $29.95 only $12.50 DREADNAUGHT PerSq. $239 Btytheville, Ark., Phone 584 Hexagon SHINGLES PerSq. $4.98

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