The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 16, 1945 · Page 3
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J'Ki'l'lrt'V Easter Outfits To Be Expensive Clothing Sales Jump Throughout Nation; Women Buy Frills NKW YORK, Mnf. Ifi. (UP)_ Milady's Easier outfit, bonnet nnd all. is going to be the gayest, most rulorful and certainly the most expensive one since 1929. A United Press survey shows that the Easter buying spree already has begun ami it lias jumped clothing sntcs from 20 to 40 per cent lu Just a few weeks. Only a shortage of merchandise, department store managers say, will prevent them from setting a new sales record, Clerks say that the women nre .buying the more frivolous items with an emphasis on gay colors and femininity. Even the tailored lints are coming in veils and flowers mui they're plentiful. However, one Chicago department store reports n scarcity in accessories such as hose and gloves Area ]>y area, tins is how the Easter fashion parade is booming clothing sales in the country. Minneapolis and St. Paul show snles up IB per cent. In the other areas of the Midwest, Easter buying is up 28 per cent. Washington stores report sales up 25 to 30 per cent over last year and •10 per cent better than in (lie boom of 1029. Tiny hats trimmed with ostrich feathers arc selling In tho nation's capital for $ao and up Cleveland retailers report (he heaviest Easter buying ,-„ history Sales nre fairly even between coats suits, dresses and lints. Costume jewelry are in demand but scarce And prices are genarally alxmt five per cent over last year. Notice Of Dissolution Given By Luxora Firm LITTLE ROCK, March 10 Secretary of State C. G. Hall Thursday received notice of dissolution from Johns' Ice & Coal Co of Luxara, Mississippi County. Officials of the company wlio gave no reason for withdrawing from business were F. Johns and Lillie Johns of Luxora and Delcll Lancaster of Manila. An $18/70 war Bond will buy n fur-lined jacket to keep a flyer warm while he's making It hot, for the Axis. Stair Sergeant Marvin Patrick Palton, and . his , wife, Evelyn, v.-ere married in:i!M3; 'Jut'th'eyil just started; .on.' ih.qir 'loncy-i moon the other day. they were" married by proxy while he was stationed in New Guinea and didn't get together until his ve- eent icliiri] to Chicago. They're pictured before starting the honeymoon trip to Fort Worth, Tex., where Sgl. Ration's parents live. WOMEN'38to52' are you emtamsed by HOT FLASHES? women—try this prCAt medicine—Lydla ft. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relievo such symptoms. Flnkluuii's Compouna HLTS>S NATUKE. It's one ot the best known medicines for tills purpose, follow label directions. BOYS! GIRLS! Word-Building CONTEST Contest is open Only lo any grade school or hlBli school puiril now attending any school in Mississippi County. Ark. Con- trsl cannot be entered by adults, or anyone outside of Mississippi Co. 00 CASH . PRIZES Here is your chance to win bir CASH PK1ZKS. Get entry blank from your KVOCCT, or send your name and address on penny postal card (o Dream Girl Flour 321 Lombard St. St. Louis 2, Mo. Science Suggests Paper Homes For Solving Emergency Needs l8fiitfKiii^iK^Wiii^s»»i^e>?KMi^-sKAi?^*}-«^-vOT HE7/G Science has perfected a process for bu!I<lln K sturdy, iirvncnsi'u houses made entirely ,,f „:,,,„. This c M , C Hme,iU,l slruclur" I, s mt but tests show that Iar 8 er building cuulil wlllishi.nl rnviicis of weatlicr! By NBA Service APPl.ETON, WIs.-Thc wolf who couldn't blow down the brick house built, by the three little pigs would have an equnlly frustrating time if he tried to Imir and puiv until he blew (he paper house down. Scientists have built a house in tills Wisconsin town, using nothing but paper for walls, roof, decora I Ions, window shades and even carpeting. Built on an experimental basis, to show that paper can be used for emergency housing, tlie Mouse has so far shown itself nigged enough to withstand strong winds, heavy rain and snowfall, as well us protracted hot and dump weather. For less than $CO, tlie cost of construction, that is quite a house. Scientists [joint out that the scarcity of paper is chic to circumstances of war, and not because there is any shortage of wood, from which most paper is made. Forests today are being grown under sound principles of scientific management, that fissure a continuous supply of wood for pulp, jiapcr nnd kindred products when war demands arc relaxed. KAS1I.Y ASSEMBLED The paper house, covering an area about 8 feet by 1C feet, Is not a large structure, but results indicate that additional units could be added to provide any space desired. Tills one-story house was built of 21 prefabricated panels including four lloor panels which' were placed In Immediate contact with the ground. The paper used is chipboard, which Is made on paperboard machines from waste pa- per only, ami is reenforced with u material llmt is <.'xm'<lln«ly dieaii and relatively noii-erltlcal. A minimum of wood and metal connectors was used. A few days after the experimental house was -erected, n terrific wind and rain storm struck Ap- pieion nnd vicinity, wind velocities up lo !>o m.p.h. were recorded as (lie storm damaged 'buildings and felled trees.In Its ferocity. Inspection of the house showed thai no damage Imd been done, Hint It had not even shifted on Its sills although nncIiurnecK had not yet been provided. There'll Be Fewer Shoes During Next Few Months WAEF11NGTON,' Mar. 1C (UP) — Take a good look at your ?hoc.s and pray that-they hold up during (he next few niontlis. A War Production Hoard committee reveals that the manufacture of shoes may fall off as much n.s <!« per cent the first half of this year. It seems there isn't, enough cow hide to go around. The WPB committee estimates that only about 50 million square feet of the hide will be available, compared with 90 million last year. And in ca [ :c you're wondering, there's a good chance tliLi curtailment will hit men's shoes and .some types of juvenile footwear harder than women's. Read Courier News Want Ads. ARGENTINE ALFALFA $31.50 per cwt.' SOYBEANS, LESPEDEZA, SEED CORN BLYTHEVIILE SOYBEAN CORP. 1800 W. Main CASH PAID ' USED FURNITURE Ariyr Amount — From $1 to $10,000 Worth J ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE CO. 301 E. Main "Where Lake St. Crashes Into an.in St." mono 2302 SEE... CALL... or WRITE me for your STONEVILLE COTTON SEED Swift's Red Steer and Nitrate Fertilizers . . . Also Seed Sacks J. L. TERRELL BIrlhtvllle, Ark. 111 H. Bdwj. Ph. ZB31 RECAPPING and VULCANIZING AH Recapping Strictly Guaranteed. Quick service In Any Size Passenger Car Tire. Our Molds Will Handle Up to Size 700x16 Tires. ALL SIZES of RECAPPED PASSENGER CAR TIRES FOR SALE- RATION FREE! LARKIN SERVICE »-r\ i\ iv | n STATION 12 Years At Main & Lake Street Call 965 For Pickup & Deliveiy Service Peace Feelers Merely Rumor Nothing Authentic Yer In Washington, President Says WASHINGTON, Mnc. 10. (UP) — President Roosevelt Milii today Hint lU'llher tliis country nor Omit lirl- tutn Imd any Infoi-mnllon to tack ill) rumors timl the Ocrnmns have been putting out peace tcelei's. In response to news conference questions ubout these foreign rumors, MI-. Roosevelt snld uollilng nullienllcntlng tlieni Inn! rcnched Washington, ile ndded tluit « clicck will) llic ISrltlsh rorelgii oillcc show- wl llicy had nollilnu, ellhei 1 . Oi\ the subject of postwar Ger- i!iuny. the President stvld 11 hnd not yet been decided what Vonc ot llii> liolcli will ue occupied by Amerl- ci.i? troops. Before the Ynltix conference there wns n plnn for llussla to occupy astern Oeiiunny wllli drent Brilnln ()<:cu])ylni; central niiil noilliwo.sierii Cieriniiny wlille American troops tixik over » corridor extciullng from Bremen down'past the bend In the Hnlnc nl Mnlnz. Tills 'plnn, liow- cvcr. ivns discarded when II wns decided Hint Frnnce would participate In the occupation. Tlie President said he hnd not heard anything new on tlie nccupn. lion plan since the Ynltu >incctlni; He iidded lliul lie planned to look- Into it. PAGB, THREE,,, K.-tien. Tliomns 1'ower, iibove, c'diinnnnder of (lunm-bnsetl M-'JS) ruiders, liciulcd n force of SOU liomliei's that set lire to 10 square miles ot Tokyo. It wns lai'Kfst t'rodp ever lo raid Jnpnn. Luxoran Hauls Supplies To Air Bases In Italy WITH THE 12 AAF 8EKVICF; COMMAND.—I'vl. Jolin O. IliiriiK, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Cllllwd Hums of Uixoru, Ark., Is serving overseas with n Qiuulpiinustcr Truck Cotnpuiiy of tlie lath Air Korc'c Service Command, ills wire, the former Mildred HcBer, lives with lier paienls in I.IIXOMI. Ovcru'us for tlie piust, Ifi iminlhs, Prlvulc llm-n.'i l» » iiioDilici' »f it crack onsnurmtlon eiiuiiiiccl in Hie hauling o( snpiilles anil iimiininl- tlon lo forward nirbnscs, ironi which nre launched the ulrcraft lifting In direct support of the dlli Army doughboya. i'rlvitte Hiirns lias si'eii service In Trance and In both ciunpaluns in Italy. He is iiulliui-lzfil three Itnttle Slnrs for his Campaign HlWwn. lie also wears tho Drivers Hiulp.e, nwnrded lor having driven a lull year In nil sorts of weulher nixi over nil kinds of terrain, without accident or (ruffle violation. iA fond parent, Private iiunm asked Hint the reporter remember to mention Unit lie lins n son, Kolly Wayne, two years old, A well-lhumi)- od photo bciirs out the nsserllon timl "lie looks like me." ^ Painters 'Move In When Governor Lewes Office 1,1'ITI,K 110CIC, Mar. 10 (U.P.) — tt'liMi Governor Lancy returns to ils office at tlie state cnpllol he's toliijr lo find It in one Jicck of u 111'S.S. Painters moved jn S00 i, Mcl . llle jove'.nor left on a trip Wednesday inn-noun. Now the office is full Gatiin Begins Series Of Church Conferences The Rev. J. Albert Oatlin, district superintendent of the Jonesboro District Methodist Church,' has bo- Kim ills second round of tumrlrly conferences and sermons In churches In the district. | He will be In Dell Sunday; at First I Methodist Church here on Krister Sunday; in O.sccoin mi April 3; nt iJike street. Methodist Church on April •!; at Jolnor, Council and Half Moon on April It; at Dyess on April 25; Wilson and Keller on April 21); Iflichvllle mi May li; Vnrbro mid Piomlsed Land on May 13. The District Conference will ho held May 17 at Hiurlsbun; Corner. Jerusalem Is (lie Holy city In Mohammedans, Jews and chrls- llnus alike. , (lormnny. Is file oldest suupni'l in DIXIE COTTON CHOPPERS I'ny fur (lu'instilvos In OIK; st'u- soul IMrtcc Your Orili-r Niw. DELTA Implements, Inc. of pnJnt buckets, paint brushes ladders, arid painters, "'•"•> ' Laney will conduct his business In his reception room until the work Is completed;' STUFFED NOSES |2rdrop» In each nwtril • op«a dogged noi», you I breatheF« r . Caution; lliw only a> directed. IPENHM NOSE DROPS $. LOUIS CHERRY NEW YORK STISsURANCE CO. ««. Ark. GU AK ANTE ED RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service Ai'«>— Vulcanizing and Tire Repair WADE COAL CO. N. JJwy. 61 CEILING PRICKS ftw.it 2291 Crawford Service Station S. Division & City Limits — Phone 921 We Call For and Deliver Cars! Siieclullsts In— Greasing - Tire Repairs - Washing ,„ „ ,„ We've n few nets of wat oven left. W. U. "Jllll" Crawford J. L. "Jo«" Cosn-r happening to the Civilian Meat 'A RFPORT BY THE ST.IOUIS INDEPENDENT PACKING COMPANY J. ew people realize bow much becj, pork, Ifimb, miff t'cii1 in n$t bcj/mihbeil the Government by the incut [nickers who operate under T'cilenil ius/iec/ion. ">' cl} l> • 1945, t we tire required $$M$WW«'* matt needs: BEEF: 60% of choice, good, and commercial steers and heifers, except extremely light weights. 70% of all utility steers, heifers and cows. 80% of all cutters and canners. PORK: 50% approximately, of dressed weight. LAMB: 40% to 50% of choice and good lambs. VEAL: 50% approximately, of choice, good, antTcom- mercial veal produced within specifications; LARD: 75%, approximately, of production in accordance with recent order; sen on? shortage of meat for the civilian population. The current incut situation is not peculiar to any local area. The problem is national in scope. Government figures indicate a decrease of 38% of civilian meat supplies is expected during this quarter (January to March, inclusive) as compared with a year ago. The decrease will vary on ihc different types of meat. It is also estimated that during the second quarter of this year (April to June, inclusive) a decrease of 35% is expected. Consumer misunderstanding and dissatisfaction also arises from another important factor that does not show up in these figures. The civilian population has more money now than in 1939 and fewer goods on which to spend it. Also, imorc people arc working longer hours and need more food . . . particularly meat. The demand for meat has, therefore, increased tremendously. The Federal Government accepts only Federally inspected meats. Tin's, of course, places a tremendous burden .'on those packers, like the St. Lottis Independent Packing Company, which operate under Federal inspection. AH Mayrosc brand meats arc Government inspected. ST. LOUIS INDEPENDENT PACKING COMPANY MEAT PRODUCTS

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