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May 14, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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AT, MAT 14, 19M Ford Teacher Education Plan Hits More Trouble LITO.S HOCK (/PI — Indications th»t th«re rflny not be unanimous ^ the Ford Pounda- Poultry Raisers Warning Arkansas Prices Are Increasing, But It May Not Last LITTLE nOCK MP) _ Prices for broilers on the poultry market In Arkansas have increased, but an expert warned growers against optimism that last week's plunging prices are a thing of the past W. S. Pollard of the Asricultual Extension Service sairt yesterday that a price rise of five to six'cems this week may be due to producers withholding birds from the market rather than from increased demand For the second consecutive day brcilers—which dropped as low a, 19U cent-s a pound last week iold yesterday for 25 and 56 ccr.ti' a pound at markets in Northwest Arkansas and Batosville. In at. Louis, Joseph Waddick. publisher of the Daily Nfarkel Reporter, said producers are just about breaking even at. these .prices. Retailers are paying abon.t 28'-. .cents a pound for broilers, he said IP Arkansas growers blamed the price drop on too much production, too little demand and not enough market facilities. The Arkansas Poultry Improvement Association had suggested a 25 to 30 per cent cut in production to meet the emergency, which threatened to put some growers out of business Mayor Hat 'Sauawk' Dny And Invites Citizens In ROCHESTER. Tnri. UV- Every Monday. Mayor Robert W. shafer hangs the city's civic, linen on the line and 'invites the citizens in. What's washday to housewives Is Squawk Day to Mayor Shafer. "People really don't complain." he said. "They come in here to make something known that should have been done in the past or should be done in the future." One citizen suggested that community land near tils city dump be explored for grave], then the test diggings be used as holes to burr garbage. The mayor follows /up such ideas and his all-Repub- administration carries Ma<W From a Tusk The Victoria and Albert museum. In London, has i beautifully carved statuette of the Virgin and Child, apparently made from a walrus tusk in the ItZh century. It was found in a store. A BARE-HAND CATCH — Fourth grader Richard Tv,i,, an 8. holds a two-and-a-half pound Brown trout that he caught with his bare hands in a mil! stream just bclo-.v dam 'background! near, his home at Nomav Me His mother, Mrs. Scott Tn'.man' said Richie saw the trout ba-kin™ in the sunlisht at the foot of the falls. He piled Into the stream waded along the shore to the spot jnd then marie two or three lunees before capturin^ the ''Or Inch fish. (AP Wircphoto) tion's teacher education plan by the 15 colleges in Arkansas cropped up here last night. The SS-member Planning Committee to draft the state's part in the controversial new program met again in secret. There was no official announcement of its actions But a committee member who declined to be quoted by name said the Committee had been assured that participation by all of the schools would not be required by the Foundation. Briefly, the Foundation's program would require prospective teachers to study four years and then serve a 1-year internship before obtaining a license. The Committee last month approved a plan' for Arkansas' participation in the program, and it has been approved by two Institutions—Hendrix' College and Ouachita Baptist College. But opponent.; of Hie program led by Dr. D. D. McBieiH. president of Henderson state Teachers College, has succeeded in amending ihe original plan in a series of secret meetings. Strawberry Report for Arkansas— PAYETTEVILLE, Ark. \g, _ Arkansas strawberry report for the Lrawford area: ' Weather clear, warm: hauling 1'fht to moderate; demand good- market steady. Prices to growers 24 C ris Blakemores: US No. 1 56,00 to .55.50: unclass SD.OO to S6.00; capped berries per pound 18 cents. Shipments: Truck 7^ cars Springdale area: Weather clear ,-md warm; hauling Hffht to moderate: demand good- market slightly stront-er. Prices io growers, 24 crts Blake- mores : US No. 1 57,1)0 to S8.00: few best 58.15, mostly $7.50; US Comb SO SO to $8.00; US No. 2 $7.00 to 750- unclass 6.00 to 1.50 mostly 6 So' Shipments: Truck 6>/i cars Other Northwest Arkansas points Weather clear and warm: hauiii)» light to moderate; demand fair to good: market slightly stronger. Prices to growers, 24 crts' Blakemores: Unclass $5.00 to $7.50 mostly $6.00 6.50. Shipments: 6'/ 2 cars. Bald Knob area: Weather clear and cool; halllinff light; demand very good; market stronger. Prices to gravers, 2< crts Blakernores: 4 US No. 1 W.35 to »7,25 mostly •56-20. US Comb 55.25 to $6,85: US No 2 S5.00 to 57.00; linclass 5.00 to S5.65. Capped berries per pound 18 cents. Shipments: Truck 16 cars; 9,000 crates capped berries. Marshall area: Weather clear and warm: hauling BLTTHBTTLLB (ARK.) COURIER JOCWS GOOD NEWS FOR THE BODDS-Mrs. Francis Dodd and her daughter, Peggy, beam as they display (he headline in the San Antonio Tex., Express repairs the r.'-lease by Communist prisoners of war of their husbar.d and father, Brig, Gen. Francis Dodd, on Koje Island Korea. (AT Wrepliolu) Arkansas Jail Escapee Held In New Mex/co; One Still Out FT. SMITH. Ark. If,—o ne of two men who bluffed lhelr«tvay out of the Sebastian Comuy jail here last month has been captured in New Mexico. Sheriff Prentice Maddux said yesterday that Sheriff Claude irw of Ulna County. N. M.. had notified him that Thomas Henry Windsor, 20. was being held ihere on a i Japan Wants Trade With Red Chinese SINGAPORE <..J>,Japanese businessmen want to re-establish trade ties with Red China, but are hoping Io be able to do it without rousing American ire, according to a Japanese Journalist. Rene-Georges Inahaki said thai, Japanese businessmen, however, would do not 11 *"^ tn hinder the Japanese peace treaty. \ ch.ar.ge of seducing- a 16-year-old girl. However. Invin said the charge probably would be dropped m favor | of federal charges of jail break and | Dyer Act violation—the same cha.Re ; that Windsor was being held on here when he made his break. Windsor and 36-year-old Lenny i Peck) Murray, a convicted bandit, used a spoon and a scrub brush to force Jailer Charley Myers to help them to freedom April 24. Murray, a federal narol« violator awaiting transfer to the state prison farm to begin a 10-year sentence for armed robbery, still is at large. Windsor first was arrested In , Malvern, Ark., on a charge of driving a stolen automobile from [Atlanta. Ga.. to Malvern. U S j Attorney R. S. Wilson said yesler- ! day he had asked that Windsor be i returned to PL. Smith for trial. Arkansas Now Briefs— Highway Department to Put Out 75,000 New Road Maps e By The Associated Presi LITTLE ROCK—Road maps of Arkansas—15,ooo of them—will b€ released hy ihe State Highway Commission .sometime this week. The new maps shou road construction completed, under way and programmed In the stale during Gov. McMath's tenure. fA«E SEVEN U. of A, Gets Federal Funds for Medics LITTLE ROCK—The first grant of $2,1 million In federal funds has been received for consimction of ihe University of Arkansas Medical School Teaching Hospital liere. Moody Moore, director of the Hospital Division of Ihe state Health Department, said $51,000 was received yesterday. Pharmaceutical Group Homes Marked Tree Man LITTLE ROC'K-L. J. Clark of Marked Tree Is the new president of. the Arkansas Pharmaceutical Association. Clark was elected to succeed Glenn c. Ricketls of Paycttcville at thp organization's 70th annual convention here yesterday. Mrs. Ricketta was elected president of the auxiliary. Other association officer* are Roy Hhea of Little Hock, first vice president; James Harper of El Dorado, second vice president, and Frank J. Eidcn of North Little neck, treasurer. ft. Smith Bottler, J. W. Meek, Dies -FT. SMITH—Ninety-year-old J. W. Meek, Ft. Smith bottler, died last night at his home here. Mcelc and his late brother. Robert, founded (he Coca-Cola Bottling Company plant here. Survivors include a son. Clarksvillc Approves Parking Meters CLARKSVIU-E-Clarksville voters have approved Installation of parking meters here. The vote in yesterday's special election was 218 for; 74 against. Clarksville is the 34th Arkansas municipality to approve the meters. Parrot Eats Breakfast Foods in Long Beach LONG BEACH, Calif, lift— Tien- Tiro, H midget Mexican parrot, f once flew with many of his kind I in destructive raids on Mexico's grain fields. Now the pet of young Clinton and Marstan Smith, Tico-Tico's foraging habits haven't improved. The pint-si?.eii bird noiv competes with the boys for their meals.- Their mother. Mrs. J. Stanley Smith, reports milk and cereal is the bird's favorite dish. Tico-Tico sometimes stands on a syrupy pancake and pecks away at it. moderate: demand very good; market stronger. Prices to growers, 24 crts Blake- mores : US No. 1 57.50 to 8.50; mostlv $7.75. US Comb $5.80 to ST.50; j US N. 2 S6.50 to 6.75. I Unclass mostly $5.50. j Shipments: Truck 16 cars. ! Skin Dry? Itciiy? Oil-rich* Reslnol softens and soothe*. Relief lasts ^Contains Lano/jb RESIMOL 01 "™'"' Ut the feds prove the Jwdge expertly with a "SHOWDOWN of truck value Attractive prices! Liberal trade-ins! Long, easy terms! Free Pidure Of Your Catch Just bring yonr Hiring of IUh to our store and we'll lake & picture for you any lime until fl : (Ki f> ^ ( No charge il all. Good luck "lo j-on on your fishinj. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS 2W« W. M»In Phone 3frlT DONT DELAY.' SEE US TODAYi BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY Walnut & First • Phone 4422 JOE ATKINS MACHINE WORKS IJ IHCIT MITAL 1HO? 2.%™o* L . "m l ,i f A," *IS l V UCT ' lle • M^BWAM • MACHIMI UFAIM '( ^^ } BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 31^ Night 6153 Tnv>-.Vaiion Tram One ol flic few American cRIss Joined to R foreign countrj- is KE Paso, Texas, where one nan take .1 street car to Juarez, Mexico, lor HEN is a grease job not a grease job? The answer: "When it's Buick Luhricare!" If you think all K rea?e jobs are just alike then we'd like (o pninl out that LanRslon-McWalers takes 57 different steps in completing a Lubricarc job. [n fact we even give you a written guarantee In show exactly what has hcen done! Think il over. No mailer what kinrl of car you have, >•„,, can enjoy (he extra protection, (he real peace of mind (hat Buick Rubricate offers. Don't sellle for a "grease job" next time. Come to S.iingslon-McWaters and eel Lubricare! Your Lubricare Guarantee WE GUARANTEE all been performed, to We have pressure-lubricated all fittings under, your car, with water-resistant lubricant. We have Inspected your muffler, 'tires, fan belt. W* hav« applied special- purpose lubricants as specified—from front end to rear axle. these services have Lubricare standards: • We have checked your spare lire, lights, slop and lurn signals, battery water, and amount of brake fluid. • \Ye have examined all lights and windows, looking for defective glass. • We have cleaned your steering wheel, windows, fkors and battery terminals. WASHING AUTOMOBILES IS AN ART WITH US. Langston-McWaters Buick Co. Walnut & Broadway Dial 4555 SCHOOL'S OUT! Elpven-year-olrt Barbara Ann stinson a sixth Biade pupil, looks for lw tanks In what WM left of tlio Alapnha Georgia grammar school « ft er a tomato whipped through the town' some S2 buildings we, P rt^n.y^i „„„ 2n olh ,, rs (lsmaged . police saW only three O r lour persons «-ore bflicvPrt Injured, one seriously IAP Wirephoto) Youth Heeded in Politics German Parliament Finds BONN, Germany Mfl— The hich mortality rnte In the West Ocrnnn parliament has broupht nn urpent nppcnl (or yoilrijf people to get Into polities. And. In fact, twenty-lM-o nieni- bi>r» of the .scvj-member Bundestag : have died since It was constituted m 1919. Only three of these hnv« I been nccid?ntnl deaths. i Alarmed by Mils and by the sd- vanced ago of many leetslators. • 35-.vcfir-rjlci deputy recently broad- i rast a radio plea for youth to jet • into politifs "for the good of Oer- rnnny and the European idea." E ^"~* *~~^ > f T /""** rp n 1 / s—*. i -- 1 .s-^/i.I LOJ.O 1 3 Or 7 Sc.'r pr>CE I . 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