The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1950 · Page 5
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DECEMBER 18, Most Food Items Still Below Price Ceiling Levels Controls Seem , ""i*;,«« c e mn« « f .mi ± ~;J22* 1 po *' to -' P-.P*™*, uw* npa ,t. ,.,<>»• u» t the ?„. Controls Seem Far Off fcr Seme Time to Come B.v OVIO A. MARTIN 1 WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. (AP) .The bulk of the Items in the family •hi market basket, appeared likely •i^lay to escape government price controls for some time to come. With Lh« exception of some meals, rice, and cottonseed oil, 'arm prices of food commodities »re all still below price ceiling levels set by law. For that reason, establishment of ceilings right now would have little or no effect on holding down food Prices. In most cases, the ceilings «'ould / be above current market prices ao far as farm products 'are —,_ ceiling* on furm product must not beiow parity or oelow prices which prevailed during the 30 days preceding start of the Korean war on June as. Parity is a legal standard for measuring farm prices. It Ls declared by law Lo be equally lair to farmers and those who buy their products. Mure May Go Above The latest government report on larm prices—issued Nov. 30—showed that only cotton, cotnnseed, wool, flue-cured tobacco, beef cattle, veal calves, lambs and rice were bringing prices above the minimum ceil!:*;; icvcis. More may be shown to be above the celling mark in the next report due Dec. 29. Some products were bringing less than two-thirds of their minimum ceiling prices In the last report. They Included potatoes, grain sor- and orange*. Other commoditlei which wew selling (or less th»n minimum ceilings Included wheat, corn, pwnuts, butttrf.t, milk, barley, dry b«»rw, oats, rye, soybeans, apples, chickens; eggs, hogs and' turkeys. The , law permits establishment of pollings of processed food product* but not al levels which would hold farm prices below their minimum ceilings. . In other words, i bread price ceiling could not be set which would keep wheat from reaching the minimum ceiling for the grain, Could Set Ctlllttfi But It Is passible that some processed food items are selling for enough to permit prices of their farm raw materials to advance to ceiling levels. In such cases, the government could set ceilings on the prices of the finished Items. Lat«*t report* slmv that the farmer gets m iveragft of 50 cents from every dollar the -housewife spends for food. The margin varies by items, however. The farmers' share ranges from about 18 per cent for bread to about 70 per cent for eggs and milk. The government might Justify ceilings on finished Items processed from farm products selling at less than parity i/ it felt processors and distributors could get along with smaller margins. B,,I. on ( lle wnole the government is expected to .allow most farm products to reach their minimum ceiling levels before it imposes ceilings on their Hushed or processed products. Whle most moat animals are selling for more than their minimum ceiliriRs, there is a question whether the government will put meat under price control until it is ready to ration supplies. _._ „ .-^___ TOUCH TRAINING FOR BERLlNERS-A "bull fight- provides strenuous exercise to keep these members of the neiv West Berlin Industrial police in good physical condition. They may replace American troops on guard duty in West Berlin. They would be ready, too, to help defend the city in event of Communipt a-grcssion (NBA-Acme photo by Staff Photographer AUyn Baum.) . Herbert Hoover's Views On World Crisis Sought NEW YORK, Dec. 13. tffi- Former President Herbert Hoover is beiiiE deluged with request* that he give his views on the current international situation, his office said today. r More than 1.000 letters and telegrams have been received at his of' urging him to give his views. Because of the "tremendous num- fwiLSON'"NEW5 B) Mrs B F (ARK.)' COURIER Pop* A,kt Specie/ Mais' VATICAN CITY, D«W. 11. W)- P°pe Pliw XII hus 8irant«d permission for celebration of B New Year's midnight m«»s In «H Catholic churchp.s and chapels to plead for God's Intercession In this grave period for the- world. Wiley, Junior deacon; K, M. Brooks, tylcr; By Williams and Levl Clsscll, masters of ceremonies, Man Kills Woman With Plaster Cast AUGUSTA, OR., Dec. 13, (,V,-A man has ben charsed with murdering a woman companion bv beating her over the head with hl s right arm. The arm was encased 'Jn « plaster cast. Coroner Nathan p. Widcner ordered a charcc of murder placed June R. £tlwards last nl R ht. n* r.,i,i i —•••<*i.,o i.i.iv IMKUV. reircvcjs l< Hejnjd he would hold an Inquest for liuutine Into th« deith O f Mary Dem. .lias y * Gr t Pe»r«on, Police mid witnesses reported Edwards beat the woman on the head •*",V ,'. ac . e ? he " sne r «lst«d as ho sought to force her into a taxlcab Sunday night, Newfoiimltomlrrs used Uibr.idor eiricvcis to haul wood as well as PAOI rrvir . eopp.r times form crystals » i nchM *»rt brilliant , s gem , ^ Ine Jewelry u««. r P51 -f. JCWH . CALENDAR AND' WEATHER CHART) Fuels about n.'blni!. hreedinz. plnntln<r./!m.M, historical event* c.el yours Frt« it »ny <lni(eounleri Vera Pratt, Elhelda Koelz, Bruce Frizzcll, J. v. Robertson and s A Regcnold. , Billy Charles Boyles. son of Mr and Mr.s. Buford F. Boyle*, and Edward Douglas Ryals. son O f Mr and Mra. E . D. Ryals, left Thursilav i nifilit for Lime Rock where they were accepted in (he N> av _ v . They w-ill be stationed at the U.S. Naval Mr. and Mis. McDonald . a antt family have moved to Greenville.. Miss.. where he will supervise the construction of solvent plant similar to the one in Wilson. Upon' completion of (he plant, he will be superintendent of the concern He was formerly Products Co. Elvis Abbott, Worship/Hi employed at has been elected of Carson Lake Members of Wilson chapter No. 432 Order of the Eastern Star who attended the meeting of the Arkansas Grand Chapter in Litle Rock included olive Williams, Marion Clark-, Trances Craven, Ora Owens. Walter Didlakc. Ruth D. Slayton, Worthy Grand Matron of Arkansas, and Edith Wilson. •Mrs. Dora Merrell left last Wednesday, via plane from Memphis. for Miami eBach. F\a... where she will be the guest of Mrs. Marie Howclls Wilson, she will return home next week. ' Miss Vcra Pratt spent the week end with her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Pratt, in Joncsboio. she was accompanied as far as Trumann by Miss Elizabeth Head, who spent the week end with her family there. ' treasurer; Maury I. U|)t on secrc Mr. and Mrs. j. L. Cummings an- t-'T: H. Lynn Wade, chaplain- -\ j nounce the birth of a son Dec. 7 at E - Clark, senior deacon- Gilbert St. Joseph's Hospital in Memphis. The baby, their first child, has been I named Byron Lee. I Miss Lillian Wilson was In Memphis Thursday. | Miss Joanne Cullom. daughter o.' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullom Jr.. who attends St. Agnes Academy in Memphis, spent the weekend with net- family. Wilson fans who attended the Wilson-Tyronza basketball game In Masonic t/xjg,, No . 658p Other officers elected were Russie Perry, senior warden; Robert Griffin, junior warden; R. A. Pratt, a, the matter under Chinese Reds Executed : TAIPEI. Formosa. Dec. 13. W>— The Chinese Nationalist government announced today the execu- of six. more, /nembers of a Tyronza Friday nl^ht included -Mr. i.' 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