The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1950 · Page 6
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PAGB SIX BLYTHEYILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11, 1953. l951MaidofCotton To Visit S. America MEMPHIS, Teun,—It's .off , to sightseeing nil along the way. She South .'America for the 1951 Maid of Cotton! Six ' American countries have 'been ndded to the tour iuimerary 'of King Cotton's fashion and good will' ambassadress next year for the first time, according to the National Cotton Council, Next June, the cotton emissary will visit Cuba, Panama, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay. Her journey' Into the southern hemisphere adds" another ..'14.000 miles to the Maid's action-packed 50,000 mile schedule,' which already -' includes England 'and France in addition to more than 30 major U. S. cities, The Maid, will spend three weeks in the Latin lands.,, . She will embark at Houston, Texas. Throughout her Latin American trip thevMaid will travel . at 300 mile^ an hour in an air-conditioned. sound-proofed "El Conquistador," a Braniff Internationai Airways DC-G. Three and one-half hours after her departure, she will arrive in Havana, Cuba. After a stop at Havana, Cuba's gay capital city, cotton's feminine diplomat will make an over- •***.». night sleeper lUsht and wakp up in I Dolls Disturb Malaya Balboa, Panama, Visiting briefly in I Balboa,, : the Maid wilt go net tqj JOKORK BAHRU, Malnva-HVJV- Lima, Peru, famed "City of Kings", Malay K irts in Johorc -slain arc high in the Andes mountain. 1 ,. shocking (heir olrler.s by dlscardlnc XVIII Visit Klo sarong for Western frocks will visit the historic landmarks and celebratetj .scenes of each nation, Including such typical tourist attractions as Havana's Moro Castle, the Lima Cathedral, Sugar I/»af Mountain nnti the Copacabana Bead; near Kio, Latin American fashion en thus- fast s will have an opportunity fo free for (he first time the high-.sly]o notion costumes created for the Maid by 30 famous U. S, designers. She will take to the six Latin countries news of the season's smart cotton fubvics and 1'Jal style trends. The Maid of Cotton will be. chosen at Memphis, Tenn., Jate in crmbfir and immediately afterwards will go to New York City for a month's training in preparation for her .six-month tour. The Maid of Cotton conlr.st and torn- is sponsored annually by the National Cotton Council, the Memphis Cotton Carnival, and the Cotton Exchanges of Memphis, New York, and Now Orleans. U. S. Stockpiling Program Ready To Speed into High Gear for War From LiniR, she will fly non-stop across the etuivc continent, of South America to the picturesque city of p like "pnltitcd tMl.s." Che Az/z.ih binle Ja'aTar, prlnci- al of Ihe Johore School of Domestic AlUL'I Hil 1U LUC JIJLLUI t:M|l!C CUV "J ..—-.-.. ^ -j^ tii/ui m uui tit-^i 11 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Later' she! Science, who called on them to "»<> will travel to another important| slow," pointed out Malay girls lincl Brazilian metropolis, Sao Pnuto. center of the nation's cotton Industry : also done away with Xhe "kaln ko- lubong"—a .sarong worn nromid ihe body and over 'the .head—for head .scarves. Che Azlftih did not deplore the adoption or Western eu.stom.s, but though Malay girls were overdoing it. Argentina Is the Maid's next destination, with Buenos Aires her major stop. .The cotton ambassadress will spend several days in "the Paris of the Americas" , before flying to Uruguay's beautiful capital city, Montevideo, for the conclusion of her tour. After saying a final "gratias" to the;cotton Industry's amigos south of "the border, the Maid will board her Brantff "El Conquistador" for the flight home. The Maid of Cotton's activities in Latin America will be similar to those.In the United States. France, and .England. She will greet state and civic leaders in behalf of the U. S. cotton Industry, she will appear oti radio programs, be interviewed by the press, and be spotlighted wherever she goes in her n r W T M c u T foTe of roving ambassadress c ' M E N ' The Maid will take time out for hor *°ng-la sting relief Hy 01,AUK BEACH WASHINGTON — The lollg-lBg- iiiff stockpiling program seems at last ready to speed into high gear. The new vigor and haste with which the Munitions Board is acting in acquiring « national store of strategic and critical materials for use in wartime Is revealed In two recent developments: 1. The proposed' regular and supplemental appropriations for stockpiling for the year ending June 30, 1951, total |i,180,000.000. Last year the apropriatlon was only 1505.000.000. .:• • 2. The board has ahnou'nced that hereafter domestic producers of needed materials might he paid any amount above the world market prire if such payments were justified "In terms of urgent national security need." The second item is of particular Interest. The stockpiling program Is subject to the terms of the "Buy American Act" of 1933. The act re- oulres that when the government does any. purchasing, it shall buy American goods unless their cost is unreasonable as compared to for- cisr! goods. The government 1^ defined n domestic, price as unrea, sonnblc il it Is more than' 25 pe> cent above that for the same inn leiinl purchased from forelg' sources, Allhovgh the' board all alonr could have paid American producer. 1 as much as 25 per cent above thr world price, actually It has nwnrdm' orclfi.s- (0 American bidders only when Ibeir price was equal to or below that of foreign producer? The intent of Congress, according to ihe board's Interpretation. \vat that it should pay no more than the prevailing market price. No l.lnillcil Differential Now. under the new policy, thr board NOT only is prepared to pav a differential on American; goods, but- the differential won't even be limited to 25 per cent. The authority to pay the differentia) without any limit was contained in a recent letter from John fl Steelman, the assistant to the President, to Hubert H. Howard, former chairman ot the board. The reason for the new policy is the need for steamcd-up stockpiling, caused by the present emergency. An official of the Nat/onal Security Resource.! Board, which works closely with the Munitions Hoard-on -stockpiling, says certain war materials are needed qiiEckly which would NOT he available soon enough under policies hitherto followed. Higher prices for certain materials will encourage domestic producers to supply the demand.,He wouldn't suy on what mntei-tals the board might pay a differential.; The Munitions Jioard has iio intention of paying a general; ^subsidy for all materials which can be produced domestically. It will pay the differential only In cases when the payment will enable the board to fill urgent needs. ,. There arc two angles to that. The high prices NOT only will produce the goods that arc wanted In the stockpile, but they also will provide mine operators and other producers \v^Ui capital and incentive to develop domestic sources not hitherto profitable. Some critical materials —niangane.se, for Instance—are purchased chiefly from abroad, because domestic ore syriplles arc of low quality. But if enough money is spent processing Ilium they can be made as useful as any foreign pro- duct, One objection that President Truman has had to such a program, however, is that It will tend to deplete national resources. As long as the ores are In the ground, he says, they caii always be put to use in an emergency, , Mayor to Visit Falmouth _ FALMOUTH, Eng. —OF)— The mayor of Falmonth. A. V. Baker, Is off at his own expense to visit 11 other Falmouthi which took their names from his town. His trip Involves travel in ihe United states, Canada and Jamaica. At each »top Baker will wear his mayoral robes and chain of office, nd hopes to be given an-official reception by" his hosts. WEAK NERVOUS cranky'every mMtfc'? fVmau.°V tr ?." bliitl by «l«tres» of incM? n""" 1 . 0 .. 1 ! 1 " l'"'««« disturb?, , \,P?'' S thls " mk e you feel «o ' rc j, h >sh-i 1 rung, nt reoiu-nt. »u " hS v T ' 10 ,"»?° lr > W" E. Pink" hani s Vegetable Compound to rcllev. such symploniBl ?li;kham'B Com- >u » 1 """ "Peal'/ or womn HYD1AL PINKHAM'S BE QUICK TtTreit IMICIITIS Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acute bronchiti, u not Created and you cinaot >Rord to take t chance with tny mcdicin. less potent lh«n Creomulslon which goes right to the scat of the troubU to help loosen and expel jerm laden phlegm and «id nature to soothe mH htal raw, tender, inflnmo), branchial membranes. -, \ Creomulsion blendi beechwood creosote by special proems with other time tested medicinei tor coli^i u contains no narcotics. No matter how many medicine* y^ have tried, Creomlilsion il guar»nl3P to please you or druggitt r«fun<i, money. Creornuhion h» stood tht test o( m»ny millions of userv (Adv.) Double Ended Pen PRAGUE—(/TV—You cull write 111 two colors with n fountain pen just developed In Czechoslovakia, snvs (he newspaper "Mlntin Prontn." OI'K- end has a foi\ll point antl the other end an ordinary poliit. KZEMA ITCh Gof you down? Try LADIES- PUT A DOLLAR IN YOUR PURSE! IS YOUR SAVING ON EVERY PAIR OF LADIES' DRESS SHOES THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY. THE SHOE SHOE STORE Across the Street From The Goff Hotel TRY OUR SHOE REPAIR FOR LONGER WEAR —CLEANING AND DYEING A SPECIALTY— Thursday- Friday -Salurday f Hubbard Furniture Co. Offers These COTTON PICKIH' SPECIALS BEAUTIFUL NEW SIX-PiECE COUCH SUITE GROUP Heavy, spring filled, upholstered arms, good upholitcry STUDIO COUCH ---- 49.95 Vanity, bed and ch«t • , v 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE - 29.95 3-piece Bonnlewood I'OSTER BED SUITE - - •, 69.95 4-pc. extra large vanity, bed, cViext or chifforob* CLOKD BEDROOM SOITE- 99.95 Fine qualify 50 Ib. COTTON MATTRESS - - - 9.95 Slaepytim* ./ Simmons 130N BEDS ---- P.oll-A-Way BED AND MATTRESS Spring Filled, Tapestry Upholstered ROCKERS ... .15 27.95 6.95 Specially Priced Extra fine spring filUd, R«y*n V«l*ur , ROCKEHS , 9.93 Velour or Tap«try, W«M kn.lt PLATFORM ROCKER - - 14.95 4 chroma chairs, larg* whit* «nam*l. Ixt. Table BREAKFAST SUITE - - - 29.95 Chrome Table & Chcirs, any c«l«r % ft, BREAKFAST SUITE - - - 49,95 Fine size, built by Marsh '• x KITCHEN CABINET - - - 39.95 5 burner Kero-Gns OIL RANGE - - - - 39.95 Florence Table top OIL RANGE - ... 99.95 Full Size, 6 eyes, warminf cUt«t COAL,RANGE - -.: - 49.95 No. 816 4-eye east iron COOK STOVE - --- 19.95 Polished top, 6 eye, all porcelain BALANCED RANGE - - - 69.95 , Ail Used Furniture Musi Go! Make Us an Offer! i . • . In our fine furniture department, we cannot quote prices on all of these items, but again w« toy WE ARE NOT RAISING OUR PRICES IN THE FACE OF HEAVY WHOLESALE ADVANCES ... how«v«r WE WILL REDUCE OUR PRICES FOR CASH! If our prices ar* not right, tell us! 3VE MUST UNLOADI S HUBBARD & SON Furniture Phone 4409 Blytheville

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