The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1948 · Page 2
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FAGB TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1948 Brewers Warned By US. Official Anderson Proposes [ Agreement Limiting UM of Scare* Grain WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. (UP) — Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P. Anderson yesterday asked the nation's brewers to voluntarily cut their use of grain 20 per cent, or lie would ask Congress for power to force them to It. Andenon ipoke at a meeting of brewers called to work out a voluntary Industry agreement to save .grain. He first recommended a 20 per cent cut in beer production. Then he changed it to a 30 per cent cut in grain use this year, as com- pered with last year. A spokesman for the big brewers, opposing Anderson's suggestion, said the 30 per cent grain curtailment would decrease beer production from 15 to 20 per cent. He said this would mean a beer "shortage" of a limited nature and probably "higher beer prices." A spokesman lor the small brewers said Anderson's proposal would not curtail production at all because brewers could change the brewing formula. Anderson Issued his warning to a committee of eight industry members who met to try to work out an agreement alter the general meeting. "If you can't reach an agreement, I'm prepared to ask Congress !ov power to do it tor you," he told them. It was the same warning that Anderson gave the nation's distillers a month ago when they failed to reach agreement on voluntary train conservation. Congress sub- | uquentiy passed a law empowering Anderson to allocate grain use by the distillers during the month o! January. The Senate Banking Committee has approved.a stop-gap bill to extend the distillery allocation power through February, while a longer- term measure is being considered. Anderson told the Brewers thut. •onservatlon measures would be necessary at least until June 30, because of 'the grain shortage. William O'Shea, Chicago, secretary of the Small Brewers Committee which- claims to represent 300 •f the nation's 450 brewers, said the present program was a "fraud" on .th* American people. He called tor Anderson either to recommend a program limiting use of all grains —"if we are trying [o save grain"— tar Impose no limitations at all. Lions Club Htori Talk By Authority on Sport I Gabby Street, veteran baseball player and broadcasts of St. Louis Cardinal famu, wai ptinclptl speaker at the weekly meetlnf of the Lions Club yesterday noon In the Hotel Noble. Nearly ITS Lions and their guests heard Mr. Street relate Incident* In his career a* both a baseball player and team manager. It was Mr. Street's third talk here In the P**t two days He addressed nearly 125 members of he Junior chamber of Commerce and their gucsls Monday night and spoke at a special assembly of Blytheville High School boyi yesterday morning. Every living thing produces enzymes, which help speed up chemical reactions In living tissue. Wickard Hits At Privately Owned Power WASHINGTON. Jan. 11 (UPI — Rural Electrification Administrator Claude R. Wickard charged yei terday that many private power companies have been trying to crip pie his agency's program while pay. Ing "lip service" to the "Ideal of making electricity available to everyone." Wickard made the charge In his annual report to Congress on fiscal 1M7. He said federally-financed power cooperatives for 12 years had iiet the pace In extending the nation'a rural electric lines. And, he said, they will continue to do to "If complete electrification U to be achieved." Wickard charged that power com- panle< had sought "openly" and "covertly" to cripple the program. "Borne tried to Impede the norm.il expansion of the co-op* by Insisting on restrictive wholesale rates and did Ihelr best to keep the co-ops from sotting up cooperatively owned generation and transmission facilities," he said. "They tried to show, as they hive for years that 'the Job Is done' an1 that the wnk o' (he .tn»i should be discontinued. "They attempted to alleimle the co-ops from HEA. They attempted, by supporting organizations such as the National Tax Equality Association, to derogate all cooperative enterprise, Including the rural electric co-ops. Survey Shows When Parking Coins Go STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (UP) — The Institute of Local Government at Pennsylvania State College set out to discover what happens 'o the coins motorists drop Into parking meters. It found that In more than halt of the 148 Pennsylvania communities questioned, special parking meter fund* are maintained. Ptety-.itx cities reported that meter receipts were spent for traffic regulation; 24 for police activities, and eight others for municipal parking lots. made Alley fetch hU false teetn from beneath a mattress and put them In. Then they made him take off eyeglasses and a sport coat he had borrowed before arresting him Reaa Courier NVWI warn Police Make Sur* i *>'' ATLANTA, Oa., (UP)—Police chased a billfold-snatching suspect, w. Clyde Alley, Into a hotel. Palling to recognize him, they CALL 4627 For Lower Cost Insurance • HOME • AUTO • BUSINESS Arkansas Mutual Agency / W. I,. Tamke, M»r. •4 Isaacs Bldp;., Blytheville, Ark. * Newsmen Will Hear Problems Of Security WASHlNdTON, Jan. 21. (UP) — Defense Secretary James Forrest a I »oon will call a conference of the j hatlon'* press, radio and motion picture leaders to discuss peacetime Kcurlty problems of the armed forces, it was announced yesterday. Navy Capt. Robert Berry, press relations officers tor Porrestal, said the problem of "unauthorized leaks" of the nation's military secrets will be put up to the conference. Berry said the conference will be told what the armed forces ^consider to be tlwir security problem and what might be done aboul it. "If they want a voluntary peacetime »ecurity program we can Bo •head with It," Berry said. "Otherwise, w e will throw the whole thing In the wastebasket If they don't want It." The decision to call the conference came after Forreslnl met with Jack Lockhart of the Memphli Commercial Appeal. Lockhart reportedly Is being con- •Idered for a top post in a program being discussed by Forrestn) for voluntary peacetime press-radio action to establish security safeguards. He formerly was an asslst- . ant to Byron Price, wartime censorship chief. Arkansan Appointed By President Truman WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. (UP) President Truman yesterday appointed Prank Pace, Jr., of Little Rock, Ark., as assistant director of the budget bureau. Pace, a Harvard Law school graduate, has been executive assistant to the postmaster general since May, 1946. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlck». uwba District, Mississippi County. Arkansu. Helen Cruse Baker Plaintiff vs. No. 10,331 B»rl Baker Dcfendanl The defendant Earl Baker i; hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Helen Cruse Baker. Dated trill 30th day of December 1M7. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Betty Peterson, D. C Attorneys for Plaintiff: Buck and Sudbury. 12 ; 31-ljT-U-2 HuMKo ' (OOHNCi FAT CONSERVE FUEL! There is definitely a shortage of fuel and butane gas. This shortage will in all probability continue throughout the rest of winter. It will even get worse. The fuel oil dealers and butane gas dealer of Blytheville urge you to conserve heat in your home and lessen this shortage in every way possible. Take the necessary precautions in your home to see that all possible escape channels of heat are sealed. We will continue to serve our customers promptly and ask that they do not order fuel unless they are necessarily in need. Check your supply now and limit its use daily. Us<f Only What You Actually Neeil- The Shortage Will Get Worse Before Improving! tee MI* Still & Young Motor Co. Lmco/n-Mereury Dealer Phone 3479 BlythCTille Ark. 112 Walnut » DAVID B. ANDERSON MASON CONTRACTOR Brick Work o* Quality Boiler Work and Remodeling a Specialty llOV-i E. Davis St. Phone 4641 CYSTITIS (BLADDER INFLAMMATION) Drink a natural mineral water that will help soothe the Irritation. Ask your !>octor about Mountain Valley Mineral Water from Hot Springs, Ark. Prescribed for more than 15 years for bladder and kidney disorders. Pleasant tasting—not a laxative. Order a Case Today. Write for Free Booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blytheville, Ark. These Hints May Be Helpful To You In Conserving Fuel: • Close Off Rooms Not Being Used • Keep Thermostat at 65 Degrees • Apply Weatherstripping Around Doors and Windows These Fuel Dealers Join In Bringing You This Message: R. C.farr & Son, Petroleum Products Allen Petroleum Co. Sinclair Refining Co. Gulf Refining Co. Q. Q. p 0 etz oducu The Texas Company •W.Jeffries Weis Butane Gas Co. Eat a Bonnee at Barney's" A Delicious Buttered Steak Sandwich BARNEY'S 2006 West Main Street Phone 3647 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S. J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. i . 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