The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 6, 1956 · Page 2
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PAflWUfO BLTTWBTn,LB (ARK.) COURIER NBTTI Rail Freight Hikes Top List Of Rising Business Costs By SAM DA'WSON NEW YORK lAP) - Costs are on the rise again in a number of business fields. Fur- to pay for new highways. The price of things made of steel and copper has tended higher of late — due to excess o! demand over supply, as well as to labor costs. Steelworkers and miners are discussing new wage demands for summer. Some two million workers got a pay hike when the federal minimum wage rose to $1 an hour recently. Wage Hikes Due Automatic wage increases for perhaps 2% million others are in the cards this year under existing union-management contracts. The Textile Workers Union is out to thaw a five-year wage freeze for employes in. New England mills. ' " All these wage increases add to the total of consumers' spending money, to the joy of merchants. But they also add to the cost of doing business for many another When the cost can't be absorbed out of profit margins, or when it can't be offset by more output per man hour, prices go up. Sees Danger "People who think the slackening in automobile output and housing construction has relieved inflationary dangers should take account of these cost-price pressures," the First National City Bank of New York says in its March bank letter. It sees a danger that wage Increases "may force up costs and prices to a point where farmers and other people who do not have equivalent increases in income cannot buy." That could bring a drop in sales and in time an increase in unemployment. There is an alternative, the bank economists note. Higher prices may be "validated by inflation of demand through excessive credit expansion." The Bankers take a dim view of this "choice of evils." T High Schooler Must Shed His Beard in June. CHICAGO Of}— A husky 16-year- old youth yielded to orders of school Barnes and his mother, Marie, officials iii suburban Forest Park con f e rred with mayor William Mey- _, i „** Uie n'Oolf-rtlH red _ A «>4 DAlina r*Hi»f Tniar-ih Pnrf.inO. and" shaved off his week-old red beard. Philip G. Barnes, a 6-foot junior at Proviso township high school who has been shaving for two years, was sent home by school officials with orders not to return until he was clean shaven. They told him -our students must be dressed properly and that beard isn't proper. Barnes started growing the beard a week ago so he could participate in the surburb's centennial celebration Filipino Troops Nab Huk Leader MANILA (Si — Army troops have captured a communist Huk leader accused of leading the 19W ambush slaying of Mrs. Aura Aragon Quezon', wife of the late .Philippine President Manuel Quezon. The Defense Department reported Paulino Viernes was seized in Nueva Ecija province near the lonely forest area where Mrs. Quezon and 11 persons with her on tour were slain. •lorse Catching s a Lost- Art BROOKLINE, Mass. «Pi — Police today were the first to admit tha the art of catching a runaway horse 8 lost. Four radio-equipped police cars Read Courier News Clansilied NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Lula Mae Williams has filed application with the City Engineer for a Permit to establish a House Trailer Fark on the rear of Lot 6, Block 1, designated further as 523 South Twenty First Street. Any objection to the establishment of House Trailer Park at this location should be made in writing and filed with tfce City Clerk within thirty (30) days. . Man* I, . DAN BLODGETT, City Engineer, City of Blytheville. 3/6-13 The Knights of Montessa comprised a Spanish order of religious chivalry, established in 1317. Serving You Best is our Foremost Concern BURIAL INSURANCE LOGAN Funeral Home CULVERT TILE Concrete Culvert*— Cornifated MeUl Pipe—Automatic Flood Gate*—Screw Type Head Gate* —Pre-Cwrt Sepllo Tanki We Deliver—Best Prlce« Webb Culvert Tile Co, at Ark.-Mo. State Llna. Phone OSborn 3-8414 HOT PRICE FOR COOL COMFORT! Admiral AIR CONDITIONER r and Police Chief Joseph Cortino. he mayor and chief questioned the uthority of the school officals in he matter but persuaded the itarded youth" to "shave. Comden Will Try To Keep Arsenal CAMDEN, Ark. (*—An Arkansas delegation, Including Gov. Orv»l Fsubus, will call on Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson to discuss shutdown plans for the Naval Ammunition Depot here. Don W. Harrell, president of the Camden Chamber of Commerce, announced the plan. He said he hoped the meeting could be held this month. The National Ordnance Fireworks Corporation, civilian operators of the NAD plant .at Shumaker, received notice recently from the participated in the chase of a horse wildly pulling a Junk wagon. police and their modern equipment chase the horse over a wide area and for nearly an hour—but they couldn't stop him. Finally, the horse dropped from exhaustion. Navy Department that no production was plaimtd »IUr p«Mnt work schedules are completed. The shutdown will be due to budget reductions for conventional - type rockets, the Navy »aid. The plant IE expected to go on standby status June Ml, 'with about 200 employes Instead of its present 1,600. A previous request to consider keeping the plant lor other uses was turned down by the Defense Department. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Beulah McLeod has filed application with the City Engineer for a Permit to establish and construct a House Trailer Court to accommodate seven <1) house trailers on Lots 1, 2, and 3, Block 3, Bugg Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas. Any objection to the construction and establishment of The buffle-headed duck can dive into the water and emerge in full flight. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort I-ASTEETH. » Pl«>» nt . , >lk ?il?J ,non-acUI powder, holds (al« teetb am flnnly. To »t «nd talk to mot. comlon, just iprlnkle • U" 1 ' *£•• TETTH on your ptatw. Mo «}"£3[; eooei wuty t»5M or ledlng. CBMij •5Stt odor" (dentm. WwtW. <H» »nr d™« counMC. suld House Tr»ll«r Court ahould b* mad* In writing and filed with tt» City Clerk within thirty (10) dayi. DAN BLODorrr, City Engineer, City of Blytheville. N O T 1 C B Notice Is hereby given that Erby Ledbetter has filed application with the City Engineer of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, for a Permit io construct and establish a House-Trailer Court on the property described as follows: A tract In NEV 4 of the NEW of sec. 9. TWP 15 N, Range 11 E. Described as follows: Beginning 514.6 feet west of NB corner of said NEW of NE'/ 4 'fo said Sec. 9. Bun south 412.5 feet, thence west 115 feet, thence north 412.5 feet, thence east 115 feet to point of beginning, containing 1.09 acres more or less subject to 30 right*>t-w»T on north end run- nln» east and west. Any objection to the establishment of this laid House-Trailer Court should be made in writing and filed with the City Clerk within thirty (30) days. ' DANBLODOETT. City Engineer, City of Blytheville. J/8-13 TUESDAY, MAKCH <, IWt Bead Courltr Newi CltuUted Ate. KEEP THIS AD! 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