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March 27, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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m |4~*6THWIil UK*N»M TIMIS, , Affc«m«t. Thurtd.y, March 27, I Ml CWSWOOD, LlGwr THE FIRE UNDER THE STEW ON THE STOVE AMD \ PEMEMBEP TO 51IR IT E FIVE MINUTES THWESNOSUCH THINS AS A WiFE NOT KIMS HOME VACUUM THE KWI15MIIB (MS WHILE I'M CONE. BIOMDIE AH, WHILE HBLONDlESNOT ilAT HOME 1 CAN ;4JS(?AB ivfrSELF 'A NICE LITTLE MODEL, I'LL ALWAYS LCVE YCXI. Controls Issue Is Debated In Congress Moybonk Seeks To Get Extension Bill On Senate Floor ' Washington-MVStorm signals were up in Congress .today on the administration's request to extend and strengthen the network of price, wage, rent, credit .and'ma- terials controls. Angry .comments about the proposed stcelworkcrs 1 pay boost, intended.'to. avert * crippling strike were; heard.. · Chairman Maybank (b-SCf is pushing the Senate Banking Committee to get its-extension'bill'.on t o ' t h e Senate floor.'-But-progress was suspended until' next' week after Office of Price'Stabilization officials entered a protest on tentative Seriate committee actions. One was a vote to revise the Hcrlong amendment, which . l a s t year assured retailers and wholesalers of historic profit percentages, or margins, on price ceilings fixed "hereafter." : President Truman and price control officials have been pushing for repeal of Ihe amendment, saying it is inflationary. An attempt to k i l l . i t was beaten 10-3 in the Senate committee yesterday. Then (he group voted to l slrikc out the "hereafter. 1 ' OPS officials said that would reopen thousands of pr\ce ceilings fixed prior to last August, wheirthe amendment began to operate. Rent controls in ^Chicago and other large cities survived by a 7r6 vote in the Senate committee when a'move to limit rej.l control to critical defense areas was-def e a t e d . ' ' ^' ,.. . . . OM-Teif. ExteirfUn · President Truman had asked a two-year extension of the entire controls program, 1 but' the Senate group accepted, without a record vote, the one-year extension proposed by Maybank'. · . · · Truman also has asked outright repeal of a section that now bans imports on foreign cheese, butter and dairy products. The committee did this but promptly substituted a World war imports ban which Maybank said was more liberal and should please the president. ' . Still intact was the Capchart amendment, which Truman h a s called "terrible." .Inserted - l a s t year, this amendment directs officials fixing prices, for manufacturers and processor's to consider all'post-Korea cost'increases such j wage and tax boosts prior to July 26 of last year. For a brief time yesterday Senator-Moody (D-Mich) wen 7-6 approval of more liberal installment provisions on new automobile purchases. Present law requires payment of one-third, down a n d . t h e balance within 18 months. Moody, saying the new car market now is clogged because many buyers are unable to meet these terms, urged a one-fourth down payment with 24 months on the 'balance. Senator Capehart (R-lnd) voted for this and then changed his vole so it lost 6-7, Moody said. Capchart Jost by the sarru margin an effort to libcrilizc credit on installment buying on furniture, radios, television sets and similar consumer goods: Both issues are .certain to-be raised again. Used by thousands In reducint iiets--Junge's Roman Meal bread. . 11-19-tI On The Radio New York-(/P)-Topic. tonight: NBC--7 Father Knows Best; 7:30 Mr. Keen; 8 Dragnet; 8:30. Counter Spy; 9 Hit Parade; 9:35 Hollywood Music Box. CBS--7 FBI in Peace and War; 7:30 Hilton Playhouse; 8 Mr. Chameleon; 8:30 Stars in Air; 9 Screen Guild. K»thi Norris; ^J?f- fense Attorney; · Amiteur Show; 9:30 U.S.S.R: Documentary. MBS-r7 Modern Casandva; 7:30 Hardy Family; 8:01 Bad »nd GiW Club. · . , . . . . Cormokers Plan Heavy Production For April Detroit -W)- Motorcar maker: arc scheduling-, production a t , a level that could roll around 400,000 cars out o[ the'factories next month; . · · · ' ; If that total is reached it will, be the heaviest production volume reached by the.car makers'since last October. . - THUKBDA? EVENING 6:00 Dinner Music : 6:15 Starlight Tino* 8:30 New« 6:15 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King'Show- 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo-on the Air Adverti» In the TIMES- It n»T». 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Rod and Gun Club of the Air 8:30 Reporters Roundup 9:00 News 9:05 Hardy Family 9:35 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15' Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off FRIDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 8:30 Markets and weather .6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time B y R . W i l o m OH, 1 THOUGHT 'lOU WAs" \ I ' IMESS L- OUT OUR WAY I KMOW A MULE IS \ MORE CAUTIOUS ANP \ SAFEST TO RIDE IW THIS \ ; BUT i DON'T . I LIKE 'EM--THEV LOOK TOO UNCDWBOVLIKE -^ IM TH' COW BUSIMESS, NOT'TH' OOWBOV BUSIWESS- TH6VRE A LITTLE PIFF'REMT wcwja.n'ys, VDU KNOW/ YOUNG MAN, YOU'RE EXPELLED/ I CHDMT TMIMKSOJb \ FCW3ET 'M THE ONE WHO SET FIRE TO YOU? W45TE- BASKET..ANDWU JUMPED OUT THE , WINDOW AND TORE' THE SLAMOUR'BOY Before/tor AW/ ANP THW'S HA. HE'S USKN mriNS FOR UNSES A U6MT RELAX!** Of VlfilUNCC GLAD TO, TOOTS...THANKS WELL.I WANT YOU FOR THE ADVANCE ASKED ME TO SAV.lVHAT CAUGHT A 6M.L THROWM FROM THE TOP OF WE WASHINGTON MONUMENT IN ONE BARE HAND Cleveland,One "FOUND! BUS TICKETS FROM HIS HOWE TOWN IN» MORTAR CP.NNISTK IN KOREA THE JOVAg,THg NEXTj--; ". n I1-600M HOUSI CARRIED AWRY 8V THE JOHNST01VN, Pa. FLOOD LANDED 1 WILES AWAY ON A FOUNDATION LUO FOR AN IDENTICAL HOUSE MWOBUIU FAOfA Tnt SAME BLUEPRINTS B/ TXC SAME COOTRAOOft " uiuia/n THmts Tuc HOUSE firm OCCUPIED ITFDH43 YBtRS NQ5!R,YOURG [THAT'S SIXTEEN OUNCE WRONG; MV \ro TH' POUND.' WHAT FISGERS DON'TVYOl) GUYS MINIMS, TEN POUNDS? OKAY, TEN \'9A DEAL! THAT'S POUNDS^ ONE HUNDRED GOLD.' / TWENTYOUNCE5, KISHT? PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK LIE. 1 TH' WAY 1 MAKE IT YOU'RE FORTV OUNCE r, DON'T WOBPTV, - SOME: LUCKV , CHANCE WILL PREVENT My MARRIAGE-AMD DON'T BOTHER CITTINUP.r- ' AH IS COIN' THIS WEDOIN'IO WHILE.1O WAS SI.EEPIN; wi. GOT TH' NOOSE- PAPER- AH GOT PAIFH IN -lOfTOSDICK VO' 15 MAH IDEE.L.1' f lKNOWS ) CHEAP) AH CAIN'T WAITS NC /WHAT TIMf . dEST STAND BESIDE HIM.GAI.-AN'AH'LL " 7:00 Koffee Kup Kaperf 7:30 Otatco.Mcws 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert llui-leigh News--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning tfditnn 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 8:25 News 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckagc Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Churclrof Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News «i Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon 'Jamboree 12:45-Riders ot Purple Sage 1:00 Afternoon Varieties 1:25 BASEBALL Game of the Day 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 TUIK: Pick'n Time 5:00 The Green Hornet 5:30 Wild Bill Hickok 5:55 Cecil Brown EVERYTHING m .PIUMMNO and FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVERNMENT AVt. Chancery Dispositions In (lie Washington C o u n t y Chancery Court: P. H. Burnett vs. Addie Mae Burnett: Decree of divorce to plaintiff. Slide Derails Streamliner San Francisco-(/P)-An earth and snow slide derailed the. engine ind three cars of the streamliner California Zephyr 40 miles west of Winnemucca, Ney., .|ast night. No one was injured. Keep np wltb-tb* ttrae*--reai "·I THWES dill» : MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. ALSO We Have Old and New Phileo Refrigerators and Freezers ' Clifton Lumber Co. Phone 27. W«l Fork, Ark. "Don't be dmovniged, tak . . . I'm buHcNng'mother fockttehip. 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Where such conditions arc due to lack of B-vitamins, iron and Jlrace minerals known to be essential in human nutrition, Cexcl may he the "miracle drug" you arc looking for to'putyou in lip- top shape again! 1 Antrim H«w M*«cal F«rMte C«mb*iMS BEXEL HELPS YOU BUILD RICH RED BLOOD Everybody knows the importance of Iron in your diet to htlp you build rich, 'red blood. Well, just one capsule of Bcxel Special Formula a day contains /ire times the minimum daily rctfuire- mcnts of Iron doctors say is needed by the body. POTENCY GUARANTEED AFTER ONE MTTLE WITHOUT QUESTION awl TrK« KMWH to fc« EsMfltM to HVMMI NtttritfMi! ·AST SIM SQUARI

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