The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1950 · Page 12
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TWKLVE (ARK.) COUK1KK NEWS Rising Food Prices Bring Threat Of Check on War Profiteering By EIHV1N B. HAAK1XSON WASHINGTON, July 17, </P)-~ Reports of food price increases Jn some areas brought a warning today from Senator Gillette (D - lown) ttiat, "ailempfs to profit from the war scare may bring controls." Gillette is chairman of n Senate agriculture subcommittee liial has been investigating the spread between prices paid by consumers ami those received by producers of food products. "Widespread increases in brend mid bakery prices may force our subcommittee to reopen hearings in ihi& field," Gilleltee told a reporter. Previous Testimony Gillette .said previous testimony showed that the baking industry boosted retail prices quickly when their ingredients increased in price in the post-war decontrol period. However, he said: "The Industry was a good deal less zealous in reducing prices when costs declined on grains, fats and other products." Commenting an ihe current price situation, Gillette said that "some of the price increases in foods may be hie result of a trend toward war scare buying. Holders of such commodities are tempted to collect a little extra profit." Controls Threat He added that- such action not only is likely to bring controls, but should bring them. rn a somewhat similar vein, two House members urged a Congressional investigation of recent price rises throughout the country. Rep. Klein (D-NY) said bakers and dairies have been "soaking the Consumer without conscience." lie * ' '(' \ DON'T DO IT—Lcashinfi a dog to the steering wheel is a common and cruel error by inexperienced drivers. Soon Rover will slip from the door and hartK himself. Instead, leave the dog free In the car, with windows open just enough lo give him plenty of air. .said he Is nnuscntcd I>y "the current efforts to soak the consumer fur all the traffic will bear bccau.sc of I he Korean o|>c]"iition," ami added that he will ask the House lo investigate. [[UjLiiry .Sought Rep. Flood m-Pa) said he will seek an inquiry info price increases in the Washington aren. He referred particularly to a one-crnt boost in the cost of a loaf of bread announced by two local bakers, to become effective today. That, said Flood, is "an obvious attempt at war scare profiteering." Gillette, commenting that "food costs have n terrific impact on tiie nation's economy," declared; "If there are unjust profits or unreasonable spread then there should be controls." However, Senator George (D-Ga' told reporters he thinks any effort to get wartime controls now would be a "very serious error." The U.S, Department of Agriculture is experimenting with electric lights lo attract corn borer moths into traps in corn fields. COMPLETE WASHDAY OUTFIT ...noextfacosff Regular $14.50 Wheeling Double Tub Also included in this special offer is a famous Wheeling Double Tub guaranteed leak-proof and rust-proof. Bolh tubs have drain hose. .. .arc mounted on roller rack. • • txtluslvo Kwikoc-Fold Clollios Basket • • Famous "Dryctlc" Clothes Dryer J • "Kordile" No-Sog P!a-,tic Clothesline I • 100 Plastic Clothespins in Re-usablo Ptasttc 1 Not on*, not two, but FOUR marvelous washday help, •il NO EXTRA COST ~hen you buy your Tho, Wrinjer V/cisher. Don't mi<5 this thanee !ci get the b-!t and get tho woihdoy outfit you've alwoy. wonicd-os a giftl Easy Payment Terms DON'T MISS THIS SPECIAL OFFER! BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. FELIX CARNEY, Mgr. ! 138 East Main DL it,, Phone 3616 Rule Out A-War, Senator Asks McMahon Says Korean -, War Not Situation For 'Bomb' Use WASHINGTON, July 17 _<;j> ; _ Senator McMnhon (D-co'nn). chairman of Ihe Senate-House Atomic Comittce, said yesterday he believes the Korean war "Is of such a chnralcr as to rule out tlic use of the atomic bomb." Speaking in a television Interview, McM.ihon said the A-bomb's primary function is lo hit cither "sources of power" or massed troops. "As T see (he Korean situation, you have ground troops widely dispersed," he said. "The sources of power of the north Koreans are not being generated In North Korea Itself. 1 uoiibl If there arc any tank factories In North Korea. No I Right Weapon I just feel militarily It Isn't the kind of weapon for use in this kind of action." There have been several suggestions in Congress that the United States use the atomic weapon against the Comunists in Korea. Senator Brcw.sr.cr (R-Maine) renewed his suggestion yesterday that Gen. Douglas MacArtlmr be given authority to use It if he - thinks that will save American lives. "Sliudiler to Tlilnk" "I shudder to think of dropping It on those deluded nradmen in Korea." he said in a radio broadcast. "Dut If it is, in Gen. MacArthur's judgement, expedient to save American boys from being murdered In cold blood with their hands tied behind their backs, I think he should be given that authority. "That's what we are spending 'illions on these bombs for." MONDAY, JULV 17, 19M C/OG TAG—To retrieve Rover If he gets lost while you're on vacation, write your name and address and what to do on a large trunk tag. Add a note, asking the finder to deliver the pup to the nearest police station. That will make him easier to find If lost in a strange place. Missing Briton Found in Korea LONDON. July 17 —</P)— Capt. Vyvynn Holt, missing British inin- iskr to Seoul, has been reported in the northern Korean capital of Pyongyang. The British foreign office announced In.st night that deputy Russian Foreign Minister Andrei Gromj'ko had Informed the British ambassador to Moscow that Holt and four other British subjects are !u Pyongyang. The announcement gave no uiher details. Britain also has been inquiring about the fate of the Rev. Alfred Cecil Cooper, Anglican bishop of Korea, missing since the northern invaders overran the southern sector around Seoul. Gophers Tip Off Underground City POINT OP PINES, Ariz., July 17. l/l'i—Gophers have given archaeologists a tip, Dr. Emll Ifaury, director of the University of Arizona field school here, and students have uncovered parts of a city that once housed at least 10,000 persons. They have evidence of burned ancient pueblo rooms but haven't beet] able to find them. Recently gophers brought bits of chaired wood, broken pottery and corn to the surface. Dr. irnury says new excavating this summer will uncover regions from which the wood en inc. Negro to Enter Arkansas U. UTLE ROCK, .July 17—</I>J— The third Negro to be accepted hy the University of Arkansas Medical School will be a member of the freshman class at the school this fall. He is Truman Bruce Toilette, Little Rock, a graduate of Talladega College, Talladega, AI. Also on (he list of 90 students! announced Saturday as accepted for! entrance at the fall semester is Miss Mnry Alice McClcllan, rtaugh-l ter of U.S. Sen. John L. McClellnn. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR TUB CMICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Ijcm Smith, deceased No. 1928 NOTICE OF SALK OF RF.AL ESTATE TO PAY DKBT.S Notice Is hereby given that W. C. Higginson as administrator of the estate of Leni Smith, deceased, will at 10:00 o'clock, A.M. July 31, 1950 at the front door of the courthouse in Blytheville. Arkansas offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash the following described property of Leni Smith, deceased, situated In Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit- Lot Seven C7), Block One (1), Hollipeter Second Addition to •• the City .of Blytheville, Arkansas. „ This sale Is made for the purpose of paying debts of.Lera Smith, deceased, and Is conducted under the laws of Arkansas and Is subject to ihe approval of the Probate Court for the Chickisawba District of Mississippi County, Cause No. 192*. The idminMnb reserves the right to reject mil bit for any reason whatsoever. This July «th, 1960. ' W. C. Higginson, Administrator .of the Estai of Lorn Smith; deceased Marcus Evrard, aUy. for Estate 7|HM7-: NOTICK OF GRANTING LIQUOK PERMIT Notice is hereby given that tr. Commissioner of Revenue of th State of Arkansas has issued a pei mlt No. 233 to Roy Chiidress to se and dispense vinous or spirituoi liquors for beverage at retail on tr premises described as 17 West 2n Street Leachville, Arkansas. This permit issued on the 1st da of July 1950 and expired on the Jot day of June 1951. Roy Cliiklrc. The Venezuelan state of Boliv? and territory of Amazonas are large ly unexplored. Gas-burning appliances must be altered to supply more Mr when fuel is changed from manufactured to natural gas. HOMEMADE PEES We Take Your Order ' Mrs. N. J. Humphrey Call 2359 Let me tench your child the fundamentals of act ing; public speaking; and self expression. Prepare your child now for the lead in the Senior 1'lay. I can help your child off to a good start on^ well rounded personality. Instruction will begin Monday at the Hotel Noble. 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