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The Siireveport Times Saturday, April 27, 1968 3A But Price Controls Termed Unlikely Living Costs Climb Affaiu in March 'ft Blue Angels Here for Flight Act "I'm a Blue Angel because I love flying." said U.S. Navy Lt. By NEIL GILBRIDF property taxes and insurance, Ihome repair and decoration. WASHINGTON APi Liv- costs, rising at near-Korean in Riles Here over-all rise In living costs. Higher pork, poultry and fresh fruit prices caused most of the retail increase in groceries, the bureau said. "Whocsale apparel and accessories prices were up four-tenths of one per cent as wage and material costs increased," it said, rent, dry cleaning, shoe repair, auto repair and maintenance, college tuition and most recreation. Price increases for food, up four-tenths of one per cent, and clothing, seven-tenths higher, also contributed heavily to the War speed, jumped four-tenths of one per cent in March but a government official virtually ruled out any possibility of fed eral price controls, The latest round of increases Sunday for Resident, 83 Funeral services for Mrs. capped six months of price hikes running at a 4 per cent annual rate, highest since 1951 when Korean War price and wage lids were clamped on the economy. "It seems almost out of the Rich Millson yesterday afternoon at the Shreveport Press Club, "Because I had rather fly than do anything else in the world." Out of this world will be the performance Sunday afternoon of the famed Angels as they climb into their FUA Tigers and perform over Barksdale Air Force Base as part of Holiday In Dixie festivities. A highly decorated veteran of service in Vietnam, the lieutenant from Duncanville, near Dallas, selected as a member of the team 10 months ago from among some 70 applicants, is a veteran of combat missions tip question, with the prospects for Lorraine Nylon Tricot Slip peace Vietnam, that price controls would be instituted at this time," said Asst. Commis Stephens 83, a resident of, Shreveport for the past 50 years and widow of the late Caddo District Court Judge J. Stephens, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Osborn Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Forest Park. Mrs. Stephens died at 8:43 a.m. Thursday at her home here after sioner Arnold Chase of the Bu reau of Labor Statistics But a further acceleration of economic pressures, partly due to wage hikes, could cause more and one of five men to fly here 1 9 Sunday in what he termed the tighest diamond formation in the of the increases to become frozen into the nation's price structure, Chase said. The rise in living costs 17 years that led to Korean War controls was nearly 5 per cent. world." THEY'RE HERE, they're there, they're everywhere the S. Navy's Blue Angels, famed precision, low altitude flying team, dominated the ground and the air as six of the team's planes came in to Barksdale Air Force Base yester-day preparatory to taking part in the There will be loops and rolls base's open house to climax Holiday In Dixie for 1968 on Sunday. The pilots will also spread cheer at the Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital and the Veterans Administration Hospital during their stay here. (Times Photo by Langston McEachern.) with only three feet of separation from wingtip of one plane to a Drier illness. Officiating in services for Mrs. Stephens will be Dr, James W. Middlcton, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Stephens was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Mrs. Stephens was a member of the First Baptist Church of Shreveport for more than 40 years. She was a native or Natchitoches. Her husband served as Caddo canopy of another, Soft and bewitching with cascades of sheer nylon edged with foamy lace ruffles. Antron nylon tricot. White, Black or Champagne Sizes 32-38 Short; 32-42 Average; 31-12 Tall INDEX PUSHED UP Last month's price increase for food, clothing, housing, medical care and a host of other family costs pushed the government's Consumer Price Index, Jokingly Called Secret Reds Launch 12th Satellite Humphrey May Declar based on prices, to Thus it cost $11.95 hist month C'ourt hld2C This Month Pointed straight at the ground, the planes will break away in four directions go out for eight seconds away from each other-do what Lt. Millson calls "a half Cuban half a loop and wind up pointed at each other. Then the planes will point at each other again cross the field from four different directions with minimum separation (10 to 20 feel i and land in the grand finale of six planes in one formation. Marine Capt. Vince Donilc, also proud as punch of being a Blue Angel, termed it "the apex s4 His Candidacy Today for every $10 worth of goods and services a decade ago. making the 1937-59 dollar worth 83.7 cents in March. The rise in living cosLs more than wiped out the average prior to nis retirement irom me bench in 1913. Survivors include two sons. Hugh M. Stphcns, Shreveport, and Joseph H. Stephens, Houston. a daughter, Mrs. Jacqueline Ludlam, Wichita LINGERIE Mam Floor, Downtown Heart O' Bosner By SCOTT BRUNS MOSCOW (UPli-Tbe Soviet Union Thursday launched its 12th unmanned spaceship of the month as part of an unprecedented burst of satellite shots. March pay gain of some 43 mi lion American rank-and-file! Falls, two half brothers, 11 Judge R. B. Williams and J. II mi Williams, both of Natchitoches 1 i I As A Russian scientist predicted, of a career." jibenstems two sisters. Mrs. G. II. Picrsom, and Mrs. Walter Alcock, also both of Natchitoches; two half, He is the only Marine in the DOWNTOWN SHREVEPORT HEART 0' BOSSIER workers, which rose a penny an hour and 38 cents a week to a record weekly high of $104.43. After allowance for the rise in prices, the average breadwinner lost 6 cents a week in purchasing power. The biggest impact in the parade of price hikes in March stemmed from an average rise of six-tenths of one per cent for a broad range of consumer services. These included medical care. sisters. Mrs. Vernon Cloutier and Mrs. John Mallory Grace, both of Baton Rouge. Pallbearers will be W. M. Plaster, Judge R. B. Williams, J. H. Williams, Charles B. Foster Randall McNeely, Lee Kille-brcw, C. A. Tooke and E. H. Railsback. that orbiting space laboratories may someday be linked up in continuous chains around the earth. oCsmos 219 was rocketed into an elliptical orbit ranging from 138 to 1,097 miles above the earth at an angle of 48.4 degrees to the equator, the Soviet news agency Tass reported. It was the fifth satellite to be launched this week and the U.S. Navy flight demonstration team in which the Marine Corps gets one positon, working coordi-nately. Also a veteran of service in Vietnam, and a Blue Angel for 13 months, he became interested in flying back home in Chicago in 1961. "I wanted to go swimming but got talked into watching the Blue Angels fly over Glenview I will probably not be at the luncheon. He was scheduled to be in Pikesville, dedicating a new dam Saturday afternoon. It was the President's withdrawal from presidential politics on March 31 that opened the door to Humphrey. The President has said he would not reveal his choice for the Democratic presidential nomination at least for the time being. Among those scheduled to be in town for the luncheon were eight Marshall University students whom Humphrey invited to Washington during an appearance Wednesday on the Huntington, V. campus. Seven of the students were on a panel that questioned the President. The eighth arranged the session. "I want you to be there as my guests when I discuss the state of the nation and the fate of Hubert Humphrey, and to observed this well-kept secret." told the students. "And I want to By STUART H. LOORV lot A Tlmavwathlnqton pa Ntw Ssrvlc WASHINGTON Vice Presi-dent Hubert H. Humphrey today lets the nation in on what he has jokingly been calling his "well-kept secret." If all goes as expected, he will declare his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination. If anything else happens in the Shoreham Hotel at 1 p.m. EST, hundreds of supporters and members of the newly formed United Democrats for Humphrey will be mighty surprised. They are coming into town from all over the country to hear the announcement. The announcement will climax a week in which a number of democratic politicians across the country have been declaring their support for the vice president. Included among his backets are three members of President Johnson's cabinet Ag- riiMitfnrp Spprptnrv Orvi11r T. tenth Cosmos series instrument Air Station, recounted the figh- package orbited in April. The'ter and attack pilot with the Soviets have also launched a peaceful mission of promoting "Molyniya One" communica-j naval aviation. tions satellite and put their i Based at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola. the Blue Angels thrilled an estimated six million people last year alone, during 75 performances in the United States, Europe. North Africa, and the Middle East. They will perform here at Luna-14 ship into orbit around the moon this month. Prof. Georgi Pokrovsky wrote in Nedclya, the weekend supplement of the government newspaper Izvestia. that interlinked satellites might form artiifcial THERE IS A DIFFERENCE p.m. Sunday as part ot narKs-i dale open house. Freeman, Labor Secretary wnen me rigm bur Cohen. i sentence comes out." These officials have heenj Thcy were scheduled to go to joined bv various small groups, Washington on a special plane to riedrich DIFFERENCE THE "Saturn rings" around the earth some day. Pokrovsky said that the fully automatic linkup April 15 of Cosmos satellites 212 and 213 paved the way for the construction of orbiting inter hear Humphrey's speech For example, a pledge of support has come from the Red Lake Another scheduled to be present was Eugene L. Wyman. California's Democratic National Committeeman. Pt I connected space stations of Come In and ie the proof for yourself before buying any air conditioner special For a Very Limited Time Only Johnson Will Dedicate Dam In Kentucky WASHINGTON (UPD -President Johnson will fly to Up to His Neck in Leisure super-thin plastic shells inflated with low pressure gas. The Soviet Union so far has a monopoly on the automatic orbital coupling experience. Soviet scientists first linked satellites in orbit in October, 1967, with Cosmos 186 and 188. It's the leisure life of a boy and a big help to Mom, too, when her son decided to zip up to his neck in fashion. The fabric is Dacron5, polyestercotton, and never needs ironing. SAVINGS Kentucky Saturday to dedicate a clam, the White House announced Friday. i 40 SPECIAL SAVINGS IF YOU BUY NOW! UP TO s4 White, pastels and plaids Boys' sizes 8-18 19,000 BTU OFTEN COOLS 5 ROOMS CALL FOR A FREE HOME SURVEY YOUTH CENTER 3rd Floor Downtown Heort O' Bossier Johnson will speak at the dedication of Fishtrap Dam 13 miles southeast of Pikeville. in the mountainous eastern section bordering West Virginia. The White House said the chief executive probably will depart about 1 p.m. EST for Huntington, W. where he will switch to a helicopter for the flight to Pikeville. The dedication ceremony was set for 3 p.m. EST and the President was scheduled to return to Washington in the late afternoon. i Csr I 1 i Tribal Council of Indians, whose chairman is Roger A. Jourdaln of Los Angeles. KEY EVENT Saturday's luncheon is the key event in a daylong series of meetings and reception scheduled by United Democrats for Humphrev. They were arranged by Sens. Fred R. Harris. D-Okla. and Walter F. Mondale, coehairmen of the Humphrey organization. The man who made it all possible Lyndon B. Johnson S. C. Stevens Kites to Be Held Today Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. today at Rose-Neath Funeral Home Chapel for Samuel C. Stevens 93, of 3021 Judson who died Thursday at Heritage Manor Nursing Home after a long illness. Officiating will he the Rev. Merritt. pastor of Ingleside Baptist Church. Burial will be at Centuries Park Cemetery. He was a retired accountant and had lived in Shreveport for 5ti years. He was a member of the Ingleside Baptist Church and was a native of Round County, Ohio. Survivors include two sons, S. C. Stevens Jr. of Columbus, and Trazel Stevens of Austin, six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. W. R. Brown Rites Will Be Held Todav Funeral services for Wen-(worth R. Brown, 59. of 3714 Claiborne, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Rose-Neath Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery at Frierson. Mr. Brown, an employe of Acme Brick died at 6 a.m. Saturday in Confederate Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. He had been a resident of Shreveport for the last 30 years. Mr. Brown was a member of Ingleside Baptist Church. Officiating in services will be the Rev. Jack Merritt, pastor. Survivors include Mr. Brown's mother, Mrs. M. M. Brown, Frierson: a sons, Rodney Brown. Shreveport: a daughter, Mrs. Delores Noble, Shreveport; two brothers, E. M. Brown, De-Riclcler, and Roy L. Brown, Boston, five sisters, Mrs. May Malone and Mrs. Georgia Bevins, both of Mooringsport, Mrs. Bernice Douthitt, Houston; Mrs. Lucille Revis, Tacoma, and Mrs. Betty Yacovoni, Frierson. Pallbearers are to include Jack Ponds, Oren Lowery, Henry Weyer, 0. L. Leppard, and Fred Palmer. Joe C. Hall Dies After Loii Illness Joe C. Hall. 83, of 261 Vine died at 10:30 p.m. Thursday at Midway Manor Nursing Home after a long illness. He was a retired night watchman and had lived in Shreveport 34 years. He was a native of Webster County, Miss. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Addie Lee Hall: four sons. J. L. Hall of Little Rock, Bill Hall of Water Valley, Leslie Hall of San Antonio. and J. B. Hall of Shreveport; three daughters, Mrs. Christine Gordon, Mrs. Jane Herald and Mrs. Mary Gill, all of Shreveport, 18 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at Rose-Neath Funeral Chapel. Burial will be at Forest Park Cemetery West. PHONE 423-8375 708 MILAM STREET The Chinese began raising silkworms commercially for the production of silk around 1800 B.C. Saturday Special I Egyptians have kept bees for their honey for at least 4000 years. Regularly SiO (T (Q) wtere M8re Are BUYIWG 90 These MONEY-SAVING Buys Come With All Factory Standard Equipment Pfus Options as Listed Below WEEKEND FECIALS MM Now at a tiny price, choose the most popular casuals around town in colors to match your moods and' soft leathers to pamper your feet. A. Black, bone, white, green, yellow with patent trim. B. Camel tan, navy, light green. 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