The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1946 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1940 Senator Studies Farm Problems Kanscm WanN Fact* And Sound Policies To Replace 'Theories' WASHINGTON, Dec. 12. (OP)— Senr Arthur Capper, R., Kans,. who is in line for chairmanship of Senate Agriculture Committee, sftta toda v Congress must be guided By "conditions rather than theories" In working out postwar farm price- support programs. Capper said Congress will carry out Its pledge of "90 per cent parity price support" during Ihe two- year period following the official end of the war emergency. But, he added, it soon must determine Just "how much prodtic- tioij 1 ' 'It -wants to stimulate thereby.;, • : . '.,..- . Tlicf'81*-year-old Kansan has been a member ! bf tlie Agriculture Committee since "he .-entered the Senate In 1919. He said-the committee, during the next Congress, would seek "all the information and as sistance we can get' 1 from tlie agriculture and treasury departments and from farm organizations in working out price-support programs. Asserting that food subsklle. eventually must go, Clipper qnes tioned "whether a food subsidy- doped people will have 'he con IRC to slop the dope habit, or even : nllo'A', it to be cured by a 'taper-i iiiK-of.f. program." - • I "I hope It can be done." lie' soldi "and am convinced the effort! vlnccnt In-Low Trouble | Louisiana Parish Prison Holds Modern Man Without a Country NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 12. (UP) — Max Patenu. 48, todny sat fncing the blank walls ol the parish prison, wondering how lonn lie would ic- maln a man without ft country. He left Ills wife and (,v;o children In Guatemala wlien officials there refused to lei him dlsemtark from u boat which had carried Ills family across tlie seas from Germany. The trouble Is, Guatemala officials told him, was that although .he was born In Ciuntcmnla, his •father was u German and he should go back to Germany. But Pntca'u hns consistently maintained that Guatemala Is his native country despite his German heritage (his mother was a Spanish native of tlie little Latin American stalet. Pateaii said he had built up n profitable business there, HI Hi (hen i when war broke out In; was :n. terncd as an enemy alien and s^nt. • to the U. S. American au'.iurrltl-ja j transferred him to Germany In IIM'J, I where he worked until tlie win- <?iul- j ed ns an executive of a Gennnn . paint firm. After hostilities wen 'over, Guatemala's minister to I-on! don drew U]> necessary papers nnil ' sent him back to Guatemala when. 1 authorities refused to let him Bel off tlie boat when the ship dotkc'il. Attain he was sent to this coun- try—wllhoul. a visa rtncl no papers lo show to U. S. Immigration ot- llcluls. Tlie matter "apparently rested with the State Department althiuith nothing has been done 03 yet to remove him from the local Jail. Unique Location Atlu, westernmost Island of the Aleutian chain, Is the farthest west. of nil United States possession'* Technically. It Is in the western hemisphere, foul International law Ijcnt Ihe International dateline to the west of Ihe Island, so Ihnt, it would have the* same time .schedule as the rest of the chain. DeSoto nisc'avnvd Them De Solo is salci t () j,:we discovered the iipt sufings of'Arkansas m 1541, thouBh Norlli American Indian:; may have used the springs long before his visit to the section. Head Courier News Want Ms. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Traatment Often Brings Happy Relief Mniiy <ulTcivn relieve nintxInK !jackacli« <i;l«H/.OMe they<liMwi.rtMlhJr.il™™ <•',}. Mr Uu.uUe may W tlrcj lsl,l,«,j.j, I hcMUncya nrc Nature's chief mi x of tafc- hw'^-wci^ueWsun.iwiuilcoulofll'eUoji JU-yhdpniobtj.eoi,leiMs3ul,out3piiilj ( a,lay' Wlivn Jisoi-ilcrof kidney functlun !><• -I'lili iniiuimut nutter to renuiin In your blood It inuy cmue nuin-liis IncWIie. ,t,"uniiiUc l>iilnj. U-e inlns. losi of lx:u uuil energy lut tiriu nil nlKht,, BTO-IIInir, l;u/M,,cu l',J«r Ihe by million, "tor overio yo h.p|-y r<l.-f u,,,l will help ll,e 1S „ l Milner lut,f-« lluah „„. |, 0 i, onoua waa , your bk,u,I, Get Uuaii'jJ J-tlla. should be made." Hotel See^s Safety Legis/qt/dh BOSTON, D«;.-:12. (tTPj— Legislation to prcvenftragic hotel fires such as Atlanta's Wlnecoff Hotel holocaust Ls teios worked.out uy tlie National Fire Protection Association and the American Hotel Association, it was revenlerl here today. A committee of tlie NPPA now is working on a "model law" on hotel fire safety, tlie association reported. The law will be sul>- mlUed to the Iowa State Ltiijislii- tif e by Fire Marshal. John Strohm of that state. j 'Present laws in all states will Be surveyed, Ihe association said, to determine ftfiproprlale features ol legislation to 'be' recommended throughout the U. S. - Catena of Uuffalo, New York, |)ickcts his wife's home in hopes of ji reconciliation witli her. (Catena claims it was In-l,:uv trouble that caused tlie separnilon. (NBA Telepliolo.) stntiylnr/ stiulirels, l tj search ol a nnswcr to,Ihe problems »f the ri-l- ativity of .sex to longevity ( | like problems. Chiropractic for Health Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 DR. TORSTEN LINDQUIST Ncuroculomt'lci- Service Guard Bldg., 2091/z W. Main Phone 3170, Blytheville, Ark. Squirrels Afford Clue To Odd Birth Process CHICAGO (Un — A scientist claims that if the weather is too cold when a femnle squirrel Is ready to deliver her young, she. re- abscrhs them Et\ her body and Chen mates again. This process of renbsorptlon Is related lo the problem of vitamins, according lo Prof. Gcorue F. Simmons of ix>yo]ji University's school of medicine. He bellevos Hint prolonged cold weather deprives the squirrel of vitamins 13 and 15: which are im- portanl in the bearing of young, Since 1931 Simmons has been Read Courier N<>«K Warn. m HATS i -t the Head,Man on your Xmas list Water-repellent AQUA-PRUF Hals. Distinctively styled in colptlones that will make your gift a .lasting remembrance . . . Soft, mellow fur felt ... A good lip ... try on art AQUA- FRUF Todayl JOE ISAACS, Inc. S«rvhi K Blytheville more than -10 Years rhoi »« 3 331 223 W««t Main Sf. Make it a Practical Christmas.. • Give dresses Ihis season ;:. give | ; from Words' collection of coltons .' in slripes, dots, prints for lilllo j girls wild on eye for preliiness. j All are washable. All are grand ( values! 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