The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1955 · Page 11
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1955 BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER KrEWI PAGB ILEVIM Farm Situation Belies GOP's Prosperity Platform-Kerr WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Kerr (D-Okla) says he doesn't believe the Republicans can run juccessfully in 1956 on a "prosperity" platform so long as the nation's farmers are operating in what he calls a recession. "Even Secretary of Agriculture Benson now recognizes there is a farm recession," Kerr laid in »n interview before leaving yesterday for Oklahoma. Benson h»s said he Is not satisfied with 'farm prices and that specific recommendations for supplementing the present farm program will be submitted 'to Con-, gress. But he added yesterday: "I think w« «re going to see some improvement in (arm prices as we get a better balance between production and consumption in this country/' He said in an NBC television interview that public opinion polls indicate "most farmers feel their income this year will be as'good if not a little better than last year." Cftuffhl In Squeeze Vice President Nixon said in a speech at the National Plowing Content in .Wabash, Ind., Saturday that "there is no farm depression in the United Stales." "Our agriculture economy is basically sound.'' he added, "but farmers are undeniably caught in a squeeze. The prices of the things they sell have gone down faster thn the prices 01' the things they buy." He pledged "unceasing" administration efforts to correct this. Commenting on Nixon's sute- nienus, Kerr asserted that "the Eisenhower-Benson program has reduced the farmers' percentage share of the national income to where U now is substantially below what it was in the depths of the Hoover depression." Johnson, Too Reminded thnt the percentage of farm population, in comparison with urban, also has declined since Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre LAST TIMES TONMGHT LAST COMMAND H>ENTinCAT10N NOT Corporal White Ho.« turd, lion Ue»ten»Bi CWv. f. G. M*«k iMKi (or » "jMrt-morniw" Mlri »•* w«rt« U»re u U >taj« General H«w»r* IttC. Softer. The «Bl» Dow* of Ck«- WAC tarr when he WM ArfKT <**** •* Methodist Bishop Soys Cardinal Freed by Austria VIENNA, Austria 1*1 — U. S. Methodist Bishop O. Bromley Ox- natn, of Washington, D. C., iiid yesterday he was told while in Hungary that Josef Cardinal Mindsten- ty has been released Irom prison. Bishop Oxnam, arriving in Vienna from Budapest, said he had been informed by Protesttnt church leaders that Cardinal Mind- szenty was living quietly in an undisclosed- location. The American bishop disclosed that a U. S. church delegation will visit Moscow in the near (uture under the auspices of the National Council of Churches. Bishop Oxnam was in Budapest an a two-day visit to receive an honorary doctor's degree on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Budapest Theological Academy of the Hungarian Reformed Church. Father Kills Daughters, Self DETROIT OR — A despondent father, who gloomily informed his wife. "It's got to be this way," killed his two pretty daughters with a shotgun yesterday and then took his own life. Police said Lawrence E. Womack, 51. of Detroit, killed himself in the basement of his home after slaying his two daughters, Carol, 20, a secretary; and Linda, 17, a high school student, as they slept. Relatives said Wqmaclc had. been despondent recently and "was the kind of man who invented things to worry about." He had been working as a mail clerk at a bank. Gets No Comment ATHENS. Greece i.JP)— Greek Foreign Minister Stephen Stephano- poulos refused to comment yesterday on U. s. Secretary of State Dulles' note to Greece and Turkey calling for restoration of North Atlantic unity without delay. He said only: ''You draw your own conclusions." those days, Kerr replied: "Benson has been eliminating the marginal farmers but his policies have been creating new marginal farmers faster than he can get rid of them." Other critical comment came from Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson, who said in Austin. Tex., that while farm prices are dropping the farm mortgage debt is still on the increase. : Hot Lunch i OMAHA UPi — A new nurse at St. Bernard's Hospital rang what she thought was the noon lunch bell and started when four fire engines, the emergency unit, the fire chief and two police cruisers responded, j She had rung the lire alarm by mistake. GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Op«ni 6:30 — Show Start* at Dusk TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Doubl* Feature ALAN LADD SHEUEY WINTERS Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15e & 35e At All Times TUBS., WED. * THURS. 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Her body was found at the foot of an embankment on lonely CahuiHa Road 17 miless outh of here. Officers estimated the woman had been dead about a week. Lt. Gene Ulrich of the Riverside County sheriff's office said the body might have remained undetected but for the chance movement of a squirrel as two Camp Pendleton Marines and their wives drove by the area. The two couples stopped to loofc at the squirrel. It ran down the. embankment toward the body. AMBITIOUS — Not content with winning the "Azur Coast" beauty contest, Maryse Fabre is utter the "Miss France" title. Fhe 19-year-old secretary from Marseille is five le«t eight and has a 22-inch waistline. Other statistics are not available, but it looks like Maryse measures up to all the requirements. East Texas Chamber of Commerce, active In Boy Scout work and had served as vice president of the Texas Prison Board. Chain Store Founder Dies JASPER, Tex. 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