THURSDAY, DKCfiMHEK 12, JCM6 BLYTHEVIU-H (ARK.) COUIUKR NEWS PAGE SBVBft Farm Labor Cost Study Proposed Georgian Suggests Revision of Parity Formula by Congress SAN TOANCISCO, Dec. 12. (UP) The next Coiifircss must revise the nov.' ''obsolete tvtul inadequate' parity formula to lake into consid- k\ oration the cost of nil farm labor • J Including that of the farmer an< Ills family. Sen. Richard B. nusscll, n.. OR., said ycr.lci'rtay. Addressing ilie American Farm Bureau Federation. Russell said that as mailers now stand, the farmer's labor costs—or the work done by tlic farmer and his family—"arc not even considered." "I know of ho business endeavor which would operate for one minute without carefully computing all labor costs in arriving at the price of the finished product." he said. rtiissell said tlic farmers' interest demands that hi&h wapcs be Paid industrial workers lo maintain purchasing power and thus assure crowd's "fair" prices for their products. Tiie best sail-guard against a drastic farm price decline, he said, Is the 1942 stabilization act under which the Commodity Credit Corporation makes loans up to 90 pjr cent on aRrtcultural commodities. If the act is repealed, lie warned that "ruinous prices will inevitably • conic a^ain." • VYillurd it. Thorp, assistant secrc- I. - tary of state, tolrt the. o.MO deli*- ' Mfc) £atcs that this country's transpor- *" tation system was the "botllcnccK limiting Krain exporis." He said the United Slates must be prepared to move export grain ahead of domestic shipments if necessary to save foreign countries from starvation. President Edward A. O'Neal presented cold mcclals for distinguished public service to agriculture LO Rep. Clifford R. Hope. R.. Kans.: Dr. 11. E. liaucock. chairman of Cornell University's board of J.rns- tres; and J. F. Porter, reliving this year after heading the Tennessee bureau for 25 years. Looks or Death SUNDAY SCHOOL UBSOM C'htlsllaii. orierlnu him the Kl'eat I privilege of ncliiii; jn the .s\)lrlt of j Ifii'e. In so (iohifl. Paul assei'totl the ' i ' -"^*JVi^ He fell oft n 500-foot flirt, latul- ed on a narrow ledne. 20 feet hclow, cluiit! there until rescued by deputy sherilTs, gol ;j .sprained ankle. Mountain climber Korkr'.e. Gibson, l(j, of Hell, Calif., here rccuperMes. Pastors Join Veterans in War on Crime STEUEENVIIA.E. O., Dec. (UP)—Sleiibenvlllc's crime fiRhti ministers loday were pledged "see this crusade tlirouph to 1 end 1 ' despite a reversal Tuesc when city council turned down their request for special jwlicc powers. The ordinance which would Ii: Riven the 12 pastors nnd'•2fl-«sr veterans powers to "bring in the I cheaters and gamblers" was defeat-I cd by,a.four to four vote in coim-1 etl. The Ohio coric requires a ma-' jority vole. The four Republican incnibei.s ol council supported llio ordinance atul the four dcitiociatic members vol- ert against it. One member. » He- publican, was absent. The council chambers wevc crowded with spectators, chuieh lenders and members of tlic so- called racket clement. Eight of the 12 crusading inim.stci's vvcie present. Preccdint: the vole, the Rev. Kuidcr Fleming Ink! the coun- mcmberfi llsat "\vc, Lof;ethrr %vit!i the richteoiis element of ilus comniunUy, look lo you lor positive action cm tins proposed ordi- iancc.,.but we reiterate oui 1 pU'duf, o sec this c'usaclc throu^li lo the very end should you fail to e.rant this request." Phone 2882 foi A Taxi O.K. CAB Jut Hunh. Owner LOANS RAY WORTH INGTON S.'rtlnr Thin Button lor II T«n IIS Ho. Srd. UlTthr.llU,. Ark. 4,*, . <l» <,,L~. «-»-». >W - •- • — • -,-- •.:**-•-.. i • r -'_ Tune In Prudential Program Sunilaj- at 4 p.m. nver WKKG Open for business.. with loads and ioads of gorgeous FLOWERS FOR CHRISTMAS! Allen's is open with all Ihc beautiful flowers you've dreamed of ... flowers for every occasion. D.in'l miss Ihc clmncc to express your crnlimcnl in the most craMfyiiv.; manner, with flowers. She'll remember it for a long, long time! Remember Her with a flower.. Letter on Christian Brotherhood Scripture: 'Die lleuk "f I'hllenmn HY Wll.l <AM C. (lll.UOY, It. I). | would be ii;> slavery In the .world. The one-chapter Jlnok of I'hllc- Hut .slavery was a i:reat mid Id'- mm lias I>mi the occasion of In- vlble reality In thai Koinan world, .cnsc controversy. And, as 1 have Paul would have been us l>ow- 'iiRuosii-d previously, dispaniuers of erless to upront slavery ill that '!<i!l have sfi/.od upon it to attack p pauini world a ;< D.ivld Llvln«sloiic. :iis attitude Inward slavery. j centuries later, in (lie heart ol' At- 'I he eh;ip'.ei' nuglit, therefore, lo | riea. Wlnil was Paul lu do? be rxiiinined cai'eiillly ill ail Us | with liii'.li Chi'ls'liiii r.|rate«V. '"" I 1 avil appealed lo t'hilem<.'n KM ll Paul ii defendei 1 of the In- lilution ol slavery? If not. did lie take toward it a ivcak mid compromising attitude? Or tine:; Hie Rpi.sllo relate only Fpeclflc ease III which two Cluistian fi lemls of Paul were con- icrjied, in nr> way referring in the ^Ci!er:i] i >;ue of slavery? Here arc the circiim.staiiee.s: c'ne.slmiis. a .sl.u'e belont-hiR to Phileimm. n ChrisUaii resident «t CoUv; lS :ie whom Paul ^alule.s us a fcllm-worker, had turned up in Jtome. where Paul was llvini; un| (ier fiomaii (uiard (Acts 28:15). In liiunt^, On'-'sini'.is, wUo had .stulen 'ome of Philemon's good.s "before iimniiin away, had become n Clirls- llan due lo Paul's Ulllllellce. \Vhnt should Cni'.simit.'i do now? Whether it w'a.s Oneslmu.s' own idea ihat he no back to his master, in v.'hellier Paul urjjcd him to t!o .so. is nol clear. In any case, lie wii'-. relmnlnu. thus subjeelinc liimself to Ihc dual dangers of lii.s masters \i rath and of severe leyal I'.cnatlies. Nrr,r note the facts: Paul was the minister of :t ROK- pcl that he knew struck at the very heart, of slavery. In his own mind slavery was already abclish- ed. Oneshnn.s, the slave, was as much his Christian brother as was Philemon. Hie master. Paul knew that when all men «cre of his mind nnd heart Ihcrc principle of Christian bi'olhiThood. Uansci'iidliix eiistc and class, us elenrly as it hns over been nssevl- ed. 'I hni. i.iinclple lioUls today In the continued ronlllcln of clnss If not ol slavery. It lolls men Mow "".v slirnild act uhtU 1 proceeding toward Hint goal of freedom and equality whleli, despite »nr h'lili piofc.v;itms. Is still a lonu way off. Read Coun-.'r >Viinl Ads. HEADACHE Kxllnidciii Its 11 mis < muni uiil'iilaliible IH'sh navi'd tlii> inio from exiiticllon on the l^linid if Mamlllii^ In the Indian ocean, ust ul Mm!m:ii-nu, until ho^s wevc InUtuhiced on the inland. The liog» the HIMIIH nntl ltu> emi& «f Hi" In. mill It i.oon disappeared. 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