The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1947 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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PAGE BLYTHEVTLLE (AttK.)' COUniER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 194T Soviets Stalling On Austrian Pact 3 of Big 4 Btliev* Russia Waiting for Added Party Strength BT DONALD J. GONZALES (United Fiw* Staff Cormpondent) WASHINGTON, Oct. 15. (UP) — British, French and U. S. officials believe the Russians are trying to st»ll negotiations on the Austrian pe»c« treaty until the Communist Party can more strength in Price Spreads Between Farmer And the Consumer Are Deplored . NASHVILLE. Tcnn., Oct. 15. (UP) • — A comparison of prices the farmer got on 24 different Items In eight cities with what the consumer pays for them today showed ,a "spread" of more Uian 100 per- more than JO dlflf/Jnt Austria, reliable sources said today. The special commission which has been trying for five months in Vienna to resolve big four difference on treaty terms concluded its work Saturday without reaching agreement on any p&sic issue. cent In cases. The report also showed SI costs more to eat In the city. The Stale Agriculture Department made the comparison on Oct. 7-8, in Memphis, Chattanooga, Nashville, Knoxvllle, Union City, Pulaskl, Jackson, and Klngsporc. The greatest price "spreads" occurred in Ihe more heavily populated areas, particularly Nashville and Chattanooga. T For instance in Chattanooga, the customer paid from 273 percent to 320 percent more for his tomatoes than the farmer got, and more than Mtssco Men Join Navy Two North Mississippi County men enlisted at the U. S. Navy Recruiting station In City Hall here yesterday, according to Chief Petty Office W. P, Fisher, recrulter- in-charge. They are James Fred Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Rogers ol Dell, and Elvis Sylvester King, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. King of Blytheville. The e I?? AmfHan nrnbl-m Is 1<» P ereent !llcr « se ' Or SWeel P 0 ' ;"""„ ^v'f,^^ 1 ^ ' UU» and apple,. NMhvllle items to be dumped back into the lap of the Big Four council of foreign ministers which meets in London Nov. 36. It wa» reported here that the three Western members of the Big Four are becoming Increasingly alarmed over what the State Department dMcribed as the "undue delay" In reaching agreement on Austria. The Soviet position Is viewed here M a move to stall off any agreement on major policy issues until the now-weak Austrian Communist Party is strong enough to overthrow the ptesent Austrian government, whlcti Is friendly to the Western powers. There is only one Communist minister in the government now. One high government ofllcia) expressed belief that the Russians al- on which the customer paid rtou- ble the price paid the runner included broilers, Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, cabbale and apples. Memphis prices were listed on only live of the 24 Hems, the greatest spread showing In sweet potatoes. The producer pel's was ?3.00 for 60 Ibs mi's the customer paid 15 cents per pound. The- spread in Knoxville went over Ihc 100 per cent mark on hens, sweet potatoes, and catbage. Of the smaller cities listed, by far t'. : largest price spread showed In Jackson where customers paid double producer-prices on heus, beans, tomatoes, and sweet potatoes. However, in Union City, the spread on tomatoes was 124 percent. In Pu- luskl It reached above 100 percent he said. "We want to make these dreams come true for our employe!." He said the year vacations would be financed by an Investment arrangement. Tney start in 1956. Meanwhile, Zonne said, the company was giving all married em- ployes a day off with pay on their wedding anniversaries, and the unmarried ones a holiday on their birthdays. Florida Seawall Breaks ken at Jacksonville, Florida, shows how high tides at the beach washed Government Gets Some of Blame For High Prices ATLANTA, On., Oct. 14. (UP) — A congressional sub-committie opened two days of hearings here lo- day to Ilnd out what the public thinks Is causing high prices and tplraling. living costs. Sen." John Sparxman, D., Ali. joined Sen. Raymond Baldwin. R,, Conn, and Rep. Robert P. Rich, D., Conn., nmi Rep. Robert P. <ch, D., Jacksonville, pla., where ihey concluded a similar hearing yesterday. The congressmen will listen to a long list of merchants, wholesalers, retailers and consumers testify to their o'*n experiences In regard to rising prices. Yesterday Baldwin and Rich heard a group of citrus fruit growers blame the government itself as the nation's largest shopper lor the present high cost, ot living. Marvin Walker of the Florida Citrus Trade Association told the committee that the government un- »nc« o( our agricultural ard tends to raise «11 prkr»" He said 'the greatest crash In ood prices you ever saw' would result If the government .topped Duying for foreign relief. But the citrus men admitted generally Uiat the only way they could break even this year would be for he government to Include elirui iroducls on Its foreign relief shopping list. and undermmcd a house which collapsed into the sea. (NBA Telephoto,, ] Beware Coughs That Hang On ^'sootb.e'and heal'raw, tender, L flamed bronchial mucou* mem- a botUe oJCreomulslpn wtth the no- derstandln« you must like £**•* » OulcUy allays th« cough or jott «!• to have your money bact _ CREOMULSIOK forCoudii,Cri«tCo!<Mroiidii» &c would stall on unification of Ger _ many at the London conference) pending the success or failure of the Marshall plan for Western European recovery. If the Marshall Finn fails, he said, Russia may hang indefinitely onto industrialized Eastern Germany for use as a key part of So-' Tiet-dominated Eastern EuropV ' However, this source snid. Russia may well find it impossible (o prevent unification ot Germany If the Marshall Plan proves successful. As for Austria, fears are mount- nng among Ui S. officials that further deterioration of her already weak economic position will play into Communist hands during the Winter ahead. President Truman has mentioned Austria along with France and Italy as the European nations most In need of stop-gap on aplcs, and In Kingsort it broke ICO on tomatoes and sweet otatoes. Read Courier- News Want Ads. Year's Vacation Promised For Employes Who Stay With firm for 10 Years LOS ANGELES, Oct. 15. (UP) — Ancrlcan Electric Motors Inc. announced today it was giving em- ployes with 10 years service a year's vacation with pay. Vlcc-President Phillip Zonnc said Ihc company expected the plan lo build a permanent staff of steady employes and Increase production efficiency. "Most working peoplj spend a lifetime dreaming of the time when they won't 'have to work lor n living and can do as they please,' 1 AFL's Counsel? Joseph A. Woll, 43. of Winnclka. 111., son of AFL's second vice president Matthew Woll, is mentioned as the probable new general counsel for the AFL. Me would succeed Joseph Padway, who died suddenly at the organization's 66th national convention in Sao Francisco. 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