The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1948 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 4, 1948
Page 9
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HURSDAY, MARCH 4,1948 BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE KTNB irm Leaders Favoring Parity \rmu\a Change See Aid to ockraiser in USD A Proposal By Bcriurd Branntr (United Press Stiff Correspondent) ATLANTA, Ga., March 4. (UP)—Farm leaders plugging for changes lie parity pi'lce lormula see the liiUsl USDA proposal fis almost aln to aid the Soutli's growing livestock Industry. Tvvo factors are involved. One is the determination of national liuv- kers to »ect> farmers prosperous by continued high production which bring lower priced prnins and feeds, econd Is the prospect of a new* 'Anything Con Happen' r For Dismissal of Case ily price formula, bringing high- „ ... , D Dl J support prices for meat animals rOiltlCOl KCOSOns O lamed •elation to other farm products. ' ^ ~ * - - Senate subcommittee report fa- an "eciual income" principle farmers. This, too, would Im- thc relative position of live- draw more lavmers Uv ock raising. resident H. L. Wingate of the brgia Farm Bureau Federation. in regional farm affairs, said ttle and dairy products ought Ibe higher would be impos- le to produce either profitably U liners had to sell at the present l-ity levels." LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. M-.rch 4. (UP)—Two Arkansas officials were feudln' and fljrhtln' in Little RocX today after PulnslU Prosecuting Attorney Edwin E. Dunaway chargev that dismissal of a Supreme Court nppe?.l was asked by Ally. Gen. Ouy E. Williams for "political reasons." The appeal was from a directed verdict of PulasM Chancery Court freeing W. P. Dodds and Jewel L~" •- -— Puterbaugh from one count of a pie present parity price of beer | , or innlctmenl last December. ",le Is S12.80 per hundred pounds. , wi!Uams . who flltd the R] ,, )( , ;ll under the Department of Agrl- | undcl . thc lilw al , d , hen ^^j th9t Iture's modernUed parity fovmu- j jt be dismlssed . ..sssrtcd that the I :t would be $16.00 when wnRes case pl . cscntc(1 110 ..| cga , <,i les i io ,," Id to farm hands are included m . but on , R ^ cMm of , act _ 1- formula. If modernized paritj | He cxplaincd ll)!U he had not [cattle is figured w 11 ]]™ 1 ;. 1 ".!'.'..^ i studied the case but had been advised by assistants that the appeal the new figure would $15.10. Would Level Prices lieef cattle have been selling over. , 75 per cent of parity, figured the old method, since 1934 and could not be sustained and "there was no |)Olnt In wasting the high court's time in bringing it up." However. Dunaway violently duj- „„ . -.• 1nnil „„. ,„ i agreed. He contended that the high ir 90 per cent since 193b. But In * whether a jud*e period from 1920 to 1934. cat- : s]iouW djrccl a vcrdJH fof ^ [k ,_ Icndant charged \vltli lorgcry of a iced because title to the land is not llfevin Hopes for forty I flections in U.S. Korea I.ON!X>N, Miir. «. (UPi-hYirelgn Secretary Ernest. Bevln lold Commons yesterday that lie hoped curly elections would be held In I American-occupied South Korea to thwnrt any po&stble Communist I coup from the North. Bevln said there were reports I from the soviet Kone of North Ko\ re* that & people's Coimreiui had drafted a ixmsututloti !or a "Dtm- orrnllc Poodle's Hcimbllc" which I would claim sovereignty over all I Korea. I "Such details of this cotwllUi-' tlon as have been bro«dcut indicate It will be virtually a carbon copy of constitutions Imposed in other Soviet satellite countries." Bcvlns sa'.C. i "This development, In Ihe view of his majesty's government, cm- j phas]7.cs thc iniixirtancc of the i curly estKbllshtni'nt, by properly supervised democratic a Korean adminUtratlm !• South." • : . • Suspect COLUMBIA, Tnuivlter.'V —The Maury County Qrmn4 Jurr failed to Indict BBT» Hwdy, «f Paris, Tenn., on charct* thai h* participated In the HUM tMMo* of a card game it UM Diatpto ROM . here Jan. 14. He waa rcleued (na| Jail Immediately on orders of Atty. Gen. Paul Bumpiu. sold over 75 per cent during Ily five years. I'f the parity price had been fig- , by the proposed new method. , I™ 1 ™, e would have brought prices The Supreme Court will consider the motion to dismiss at a later session. If th I fit) per cent of the streamlined Jrlty, actual market prices would Iver have dipped to the support lei. It was not until 1937 that preparation of the case for si mission. Williams reportedly will seek the Democratic nomination for gover- IL was not. uiitu isoi iiiau , . .„_._,„ figured by the new method j n°r thli 8umm "' feVr°ily"«ne aheaCl ° f "" I ™ «*"»«* the world and suit pi paruy line. orj wlth thdr wM)th and socja For hog raisers, the new propo- j potion, g | r i s O f ancient Egyp pljfels think thc.v could level off U'^wild fluctuations that made <f to find AGREATBOOIBONBDY? f The surgical towel, right, was removed from the abdominal cavity of Mrs. Lillian Arthur, 30, of San Mateo, Calif., following her complaint that "something must have been, left inside me" after a Cuesarean operation I two years ago. Since the operation, tn which twins Donald »nd Donna, pictured with Mrs. Arthur ill left, were I delivered, she suffered pulns and lost 100 pounds. The towel, wrapped neatly around Mrs. Arthur's was removed in an exploratory operation. Dr. Ray Schutt, of Bremerton, Wash,, who attended Mro. Arthur | two years ago, said, "anything can happen In an operation of this sort." (NEA Tcleplioto.) Elderly Woman Slain | By Invalid Son Who Then Takes Own Life LITTLE ROCK, M?.r. 3.' (UP) — Coroner Howard A. Disiiongh said the rieatlis last night of a 72-year Mac Arthur Not To Testify Before House Committee WASHINGTON, Mar. 4. (UP) — Meet Miss Southwestern MEMPHIS, Tenn.. Mar. 4. (UP) —Luclle Hamer, of Brownsville, j Tenn.. was named "Ml«s Southwestern" ycstcida v at Southwestern | University, - \Vliul a woiuln fill find you have coming In you — in your fits! Ixiltle t>l Three I'Viitliers VS Hi Untiled in Kcntnek)', Three 1'Vallicrj V Si H is lilendril t:>ii liomhon conuoib^cut's cloli^lU. Enjoy this niugiiiliwnl wliiskey-(oc/i;i// THREE FEATHERS VSR BOURBON WHISKEY A BLEND 90 PKOOF l»s valuable one year, worthless! before 1941. •e next, in the years before 1940. The blossoming Southern live• Virtually all groups connected stock Industry will apparently get Itii farm"planning agree that incut. substantial help In whatever long 111 be a more important item in I range farm program is adopted by Inerlca's postwar diet than it was Congress. oW Little Hock Invalided woman Gen. Douglas MacArthur yesterday J and her 42 year old invalided ton cabled the House Foreign Affairs vitatlon to come here to testify on were murder and suicide. committee that a "free, indepen- ] the proposed 1570,000.000 program I He said Threll Frailer shot his dent, peaceful and friendly Chlnn of economic aid for China, mother, Elizabeth Frazicr with a lj of profound Importance to the i The committee also had Invited i .22 caliber rifle and then killed peace of the world." MHJ. Gen. Claire Chcnnault, former \ himself. The allied commander In Japan U. S. air commander In Chlnn, to Relatives said he was despondent. sa ld that it was impossible for! leMlfy. 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