The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1955 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1955 Many-Sided Program. To Boost Farm Income Proposed by Douglas CHICAGO (AP) — Sen. Douglas (D-IH) today proposed a manv-sided program to boost lagging farm income. It included a production payments idea with the earmarks of the old Brannan plan. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton 3266 3295 3258 3292 3248 3254 3232 3242 3140 3144 3117 3125 3092 3102 3073 3078 Oct D8C Mar ' May Ntw Orleans Cott«n Oct 3293 3233 3250 3250 Deo "" 3250 3254 3230 3238 Mar '" .. 3147 3149 3130 3130 May'.'. 3088 3097 3070 3076 Chicago Wheat Dec 204!*, 204% 203'/s 204 3 k May .. 202% 202% 202 202 5 / a Chicago Corn Dec .. 128% 129 Vt 128 May .... 135% 13534 134% Chicago Soybeans NoV .... 236Vi 237% 233% Jan . 238'-' 2 240!/4 236'/ 2 Mar .... 24014 242 237% July 239 "A 240 2361/4 128V2 135% 234% 237V, 2383-4 237 New York Stock* A Tand T 178 Amer Tobacco 76 Anaconda Copper 64 Beth Steel 147 Chrysler 94 Coca-Cola 125 Gen Electric "48 Gen Motors 135 Montgomery Ward 86 N Y Central 45 Int Harvester 36 Bepublic Steel 47 Radio 43 Socony Vacuum 55 Studebaker 9 Standard of N J 127 Texas Corp 104 fears 104 •O 8 Steel M Lrrittock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. UK —<USDA)— Hogs 10,500; lower; bulk mixed U.S. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 ISO-MO Ibs barrows and gilts 15.10- J»; around 270 Ibs mostly No. 3 15.00; Nos. 1 and 2 200-230 Ibs 15.3540; mostly No. 1, some No. 2. around 300-220 Ibs 15.50; mixed grade 170-100 Ibs 14.75-15.10; 150170 ltd 13.75-14.76; 120-140 Ibs 12.25- ll.M; sows 400 Ibs down 4.00-50; lo»d under 300 Ibs 14.75; heavier sows 13.26-14.00; boars mostly 8.50- 10.SO; few 250 Ibs down high as H.SO. Cattle 2,000, calves 700; generally steady; choice yearling steers 2v.OO; mostly good steers and mixed yearlings 18.00-19.50; cows utility and commercial 10.00-13.00; light weights at 9.50; canners ond cutters largely 7.50-9.50; strong weight cutters to 10.00; bulls utll- I*T and commercial 11.50-13.50; good and choice mostly 20.00-24.00; Individual head prime to 27.00; cull to good 10.00-19.00; slaughter calves good and choice and mixed lots 11.50-18.00. Douglas 1 suggestions were made in a speech prepared for delivery tonight to the National Editorial Assn. The text was released for publication ahead of time due to a clerical error. The Illinois Democrat renewed his attack on Republican farm policies and his contention that the GOP "broke" 1952 promises to the nation's fanners. Douglas cited figures which he said show that, average income per farm fell from S2.605 to S2.05Q between 1952 and the second quarter of this year. In addition to the production payments plan, which he termed a "subsidy," Douglas proposed that ways be found to: Build Up Consumption 1. Build up consumption of food at home and abroad. 2. Send additional quantities of wheat, cotton, cheese and powdered milk to countries "where there is starvation and semi-starvation, in exchange for additional quantities of tin, copper, manganese, uranium, cobalt" and the like. 3. Expand farm exports by liberalizing foreign trade policy, permitting "other nations" to sell more of their manufactured products to us." Douglas said the Eisenhower administration gives "verbal support to this principle, but in every practical situation it acts in a contrary fashion." He cited increases in tariffs on Swiss watches and British bicycles. The senator said he feels efforts should be concentrated toward giving a life to small and low income farmers. Adenauer Better, Doctors Report BONN, Gcimany W — Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, ill with bronchial pneumonia, Is continuing to improve, his doctors announced to- dny. , This is the seventh day of his illness. A cold he caught last Friday developed into feverish bronchitis and later bronchial pneumonia. The Chancellor has turned over his duties to Vlco Chancellor Franz Bleucher. Government officials said he probably will require a long convalescence. U.S., Germans Practice War STUTTGART, Germany W) — More than 100,000 American and French fightine men opened an atomic war game in West Germany today to test NATO's strategy along the Iron Curtain. Long John rockets, Corporal guided missiles and 280 mm. cannon were thrown Into the mock lion from U. S. arsenals on the Rhine in the maneuver which will continue until Oct. 17. FOUND AT LAST The famous ironclad vessel of the Civil War, the Monitor, was detected by radar off Cape Hatteras m 1947, after more than 85 years of lying unlocuted under the water. HORN IN ON THE PRIZES—Prize ribbons decorate the horns of these Ayrshire cows owned by 4-H Clubber Barbara Benson, 17, of Lebanon, N.H. At left is Benayr Kay, who won the grand prize at the Canaan, N.H. fair for the second straight year. Other cow is one of Bcnayr Kay's offspring. Barbara took a total of 11 prizes with these and other animals she has cared for. Wishing Around pi B Y J O E Arkansas MARSH Wafer-Sporfs Center of Arkansas Through its annual July Fourth Water Carnival at Lake Village, the county scat, Chicot County has become the water- sporta center of the State. Outboard champs from all over the Sooth gather here to compel* every summer and pretty girls from Arkansas and Mississippi vie for the beauty title. Chicot ifl hordered on tho cast hy_ the Mississippi River and 18- milo-Jong Lake Chicot is an old river channel. Th« original county seat, Columbia, waft wuhed •way by ttw riy«r many ya*n ago. The County is predominantly agricultural, Jnil active civic groups are striving constantly to induce industry to locate in the various communities. And in Chicot County, t,he United States Brewfrs Foundation through its self regulation program works to maintain clean, wholesome food .stores, cafes and taverns for the sale of beer and al«. ConrMU. Illl, Unit* .1hl« tn Kefauver Office Opened in Capitol CHATTANOOGA, Term. Ifl — A big Kt-i.iuver - for - president office senator h.is declini'ti lo say wlirth er he will use it, says the Cliuttii noot, f a Tiint s Tenants of (he offices, the Tiim said, are Col. William Roberts Washington imorm'.v. anil Lovi Pol ler. businessman who has been en Water Fountain Fire though the Tennessee i lion operations. Scout Demonstration CHATTANOOGA, Term. (/!>) —No ruin was forecast for the annual Cherokee Area Council Boy Scout, Exposition, l>llt it canie down in "buckets" shortly aflur a Tallaclega, Ala., trouji did an Indian rain dance. Roll Out the Barrel "* t **',"'< <•<• ir> ' , Boio! No OYenbcd "*>•*" Mita, bvt BOM tbt Clown, the Army's heN- oopter-oomic who wffl b« on« <rf Uw "t*" of the National Aircraft Show »t InieriMUontl Airport. Philadelphia, Sept, 3-4-5. Bo»o, who te a Befl H-13 'copter undor that eiown costume, tips over a b*mt, rolli it down the alrfieM, *hco rlfhti ii a«ain—the better to ihow the manMTerabiUty of the helicopter. The pilot. Chief Warrant Officer Eldred G. Bourn*. Jackson, Miss., an instructor at the Army Aviation Center, Camp Rocker, Ala., helps Bozo—a little. Accident Reported In an accident at 7:05 a.m. today at the intersection of Walnut and Seventh Streets, a 1 !••• ton milk truck driven by Dcwcy Walker. 25A Chickasnw Courts, collided with a late model ;sedi\n driven by Frank Grtgsby. 212 N. 8th. The truck, owned by Midwest Dairy Products Co., was traveling north on Seventh and Grinsby was going east on Walnut at the Lime of the mishap. The left front fender and door of the truck was dnrniicred and the front end of Gritrsby'.s vehicle u-as damaged, according to police reports. HOUSELESS CARRIAGE EUvood Haynes desiuncd the first mechanically succo.ssl'u! gasoline automobiles nt Kokomo, Inci., in 189-1. The original Haynps hor •"(.'- le.s.s carriage now is in the Smithsonian Institution. Not an Angel But a Delegate HOUSTON, Tex. MPi—The husband of a local woman had just left the house. 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