The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1953 · Page 3
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PAOE SIX Bill SEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER HEWB , JTTKTE 19, IfW Prices Show Signs Of Going Up Again By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Prices of many important Items — In the fields of food, clothing and basic industrial materials are bucking the general trend toward lower levels. Prices of most, products and ina- terials have slipped from tlieir Korean War Inflation war prat. But an important minority are firming up again or threatening to climb higher. And the government's wholesale commodity price index still stands 10 per cent above Its level when the war began almost three years ago. Producers of items on which the price trend Is upward apparently see nothing to halt this trend. High fliers in foods are pork, lamb and rice. Short supplies and good demand keep these prices well above their year ago prices. Food Rising The wholesale food price index nf Dun & Bradstreet has been rising again and is now two per cent higher than a year ago. The government's wholesale food price index— vhlch is not as sensitive to price fluctuations as is Dun & Bradstreet's —is four per cent below a year _ But it, too, has been stiffening and runs one per cent higher than in January. Some of this firming in the wholesale markets hasnt shown up yet in the grocery stores, where housewives find many good bargains—compared with a year ago. And the government's retail food price index is one per cent below the first of the year and two per cent below a year ago. Farm Prices Down Farmers, however, find little to cheer about. Farm prices average 11 per cent under last year's level. Wool prices have stiffened. The men's clothing industry says that steel products now carry higher try that the price of basic «te«l i« still too low. Wage negotiations now under way may send steel prices still higher price listings. And there is continued rumbling throughout the Indus- Management says that any wage Increases granted must be passed along to the consumer in higher prices. this price gain, and more importantly an increase in wages, will mean higher prices on men's suits this fall. In the fled of basic industrial materials, steel has been the leader in price rises this spring. Most of the Nashville CPA Named to Post HOT SPRINGS . (£>)•—Accountant R*y G. Pa^e of Nashville, Tenn., was elected president of the South- em States Accountants Conference ftt Its annual convention here. He succeeds Harold Balch of Little Rock as head of the Accountants Conference which represents certified public accountants in 10 Southern states. Other officers elected by the more than 300 CPAs attending the convention were J. Earl Pedelahore of New Orleans, vice president, and Brooks Geoghegan of Macon, Ga., necretary. Delegates voted to hold next fear's convention in Nashville, Tenn. The 4-day convention closes today. Southern states represented are: Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Texas. City of Pine Bluff Faced With Lawsuit LITTLE ROCK W)—A Pine Bluff construction firm has sued the city of Pine Bluff for money it claims the city owes on a job involving ilx railroad tunnels. Pine Bluff was named co-defendant in a suit filed In Federal District Court here by the Robinson Construction Co. The suit was transferred here from the Jefferson Chancery Court. The Robinson .company charges in the suit that part of the $53,583 price for the tunnels job was not paid and there Is a danger of a Pine Bluff's construction fund being spent before the case Is decided. Named as co-defendants in the suit were the Trinity Universal Insurance Co., a Texas bonding company and the Pine Bluff Simmons National Bank, where the construction fund is held. The Robinson firm was subcontractor on a job given to the Lancaster & Love, Inc. of Dallas, Tex., which was adjudged bankrupt. Rockefeller Moves In LITTLE ROCK W) — Millionaire Winthrop Rockefeller has moved into the penthouse at Little Hock's Hotel Sam Peck. The New York heir to the Rockefeller fortune conferred yesterday with his attorney. Edwin Dunaway of Little Rock. Dunaway announced Sunday that Rockefeller would open an office here soon. Rockefeller has oil interests in Arkansas and adjoining states. Dunaway's announcement Immediately touched off speculation that Rockefeller plans to divorce his estranged wife. Mrs. Bobo Rockefeller, under Arkansas' 90-day divorce law. The dance snown ns the gavotte originally consisted of kissing and capering, according to the Encyclopedia Britannlca. river soon EXIT, LAUGHING—Actress Shirley Booth uses o screw d to point to a door in New York's Empire Theater which will come down with the rest of the 60-year-old playhouse. Written en the door are the signatures of actors and actresses that took part in a farewell program, "Highlights of the Empire," Broadway's way of bidding farewell to the famous old theater. . WELCOME To a "WAY of LIFE'^ Closed Meetings (members only) Tucs 8:30 pm Open Meetings (Public invited) Fri 8:30 pm AA CLUB ROOMS 111 EAST MAIN ST. Write for Free Booklet »n« ether Information. ALCOHOUOS ANONYMOUS Bur 871 Blythevllle The BAIT SHOP No. Highway 61 Minnows - Roaches Worms Tackle — Motor Boat Oil — Candy — Cold Drinks Open 4 a.m. — Close 6 p.m. FREE! 50 Minnows each jlvcn to the Fisherman catchinj Biggest Grapple. Plenty Free Parking Space Bobbie Davis Phone 2701-Afler hrs 8884 406 W. Main Phon. 4591 WARDS JUNE SALE REGULAR 4.75 HOUSE PAINT ffa/./n5'. 4.24 Keg 4.85 Gallon 4.34 Sav* 2.55 on a 5-flallon purchase now. You'll sav« In the long run too with Sopor House Point. Super hoi high hiding power, good coverage—long-lasting protection. 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Self- adjusting reel bearings, self-sharpening steel blades. 17.95 HAND MOWER, 16-IN. ] l Cast-iron home 15.94 Ball bearing reel You get luper-rugaed construction plus quality features at a price that saves you dollars more. Has ball bearing /eel, fully-enclosed gears that won't clog with dirt or grass, and a tough cast-iron frame. 6.75 VALUE PLASTIC HOSE 4. Equal in quality to 6.75 nationally-known Hose. Transparent red plastic; brass couplings. 5- yr. guarantee'50 ft. REGULAR 4.98 SPRINKLER 4.47 Monies adjust for typo end length of spray up to 45'. Brass tubing arm rum on braii bearing*. Cart-Iron baw.

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