The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1952 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 18, 1952
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TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1952 BLYTHF.VIU.E fARK.) COURIER NEWS Spokesman Urges Meat Price Control Removal Says It Hurts Consumer WASHINGTON «V-A Sfwkcsman Jor the meat industry Uxlay urged removal of price ceilings on livestock and meat products because he Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton May July Oct. Dec. Open High Low 1:15 . 4100 4118 4C83 40E8 4005 4016 3985 3932 . 3700 3715 3691 3703 . 3675 3693 3665 3676 New Orleans Cotton May July Oct. Dec. Open High Low 1:15 . 4100 . 3093 . 3701 . 3671 4113 4011 3710 3684 40E2 3985 3687 3837 4090 3086 3706 3676 PAGE mn said they hurt consumers, rather than help them. Wesley Hardenberg. president of the American Meat Institute, said in a statement prepared for the Senate Banking Committee, that, controls have contribuied to a seven per cent cut in the nation's meat supply. The committee is holding public hearings on legislation to continue the Defense Prortuetinn Act — due to expire June 30 on whicU all economic controls are based. Controls Arc Factor '.'Price controls unquestionably were an important factor in dc- j man nf British Iron anil Steel STEEL BOS.S- sir Join, Green (above), 54. is new chair- Corporation, nationalized steel industry, succeeding Stephen J. L, Hardie who resigned. Obituaries creasing meat production in 1051." Hardenberg said, "because of the uncertainty they create and the mal-dtstrlbution they cause." He said the decreased production Injured the public in these two ways; "It deprived consumers of meat which they otherwise would have had and it also kept prices higher than they would have been if production had reached the levels ex-i f\L I f> * pected before the controls were ap- V/T L.UXOFQ UlGS plied." Fijtiircs Are Qunted Jewell Hightower ! guest In (lie Powell home, Sunday. I i Several Wilson residents attend! ed the presentation of the Passion Play at the Auditorium In Memphis, Saturday and Sunday nights. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grecnwell, Miss Nnrma Mrs. Jerry Cullom was hostess at have received word tha, the.r son, | j" j"^?'™* Timin"WlhS; her home last week to her Thurs-1 Pvt. Charles W. Andrews, arrived ! and Miss Annie Rave Rowland J -- NiclH Bridge Club and one : in Korea Feb. 20. Pvt. Andrews'i' .,.,',',, WILSON NEWS Hy Mrs. 1). V. Hoylos guest. Mrs. P. S. Reese was the | enlisted in tlic Army Feb. 16, 1!15I. guest. In the bridge same. Mrs. • and received his baste (raining at Joe Brown Gwyn wan high si-ore.! Fort Lewis. Wash. He Is a farmer Mrs. Reese., second htah ami Miss! student at Wilson High school. Lillian Wilson, brideo. The hostess served a dessert course. Sat. Roy O. Bullock ol Slutlearl nt Miss Modenc The Rev. H. II. Klnc. a member of the faculty nt Southern Baptist] College at \Valntit Rlrtcc. cond-act- ed the Suniisy services a, the First ' Baptist Church. The Rev. D. B. Blcdsoe. pastor, was conducting a the ^ _ viii ^ - — [Andrews las I week. Sci!''hiii'loek "s ''""'I™' al Oyoss. The Wilson Chapter Orrter nf^home on leave nfler serving wlm ! The sondition of Mrs. J. C. Bus- Eastern Star met Thursday night Mhe Army In Korea. He will report ! scy. »ho underwent surgery at. St. with O. B. Craven serving as! for duty at Camp Chaffee March i Joseph Hospital in Memphis Fri- worthy patron and Mrs Kathryn • 26. i day. is reported as saiisfaliory. Mr. Upton serving .is worthy matron.! Cpl. Robert W. Yates, son of Mr.! Biissey and their rhilrtrcn, Candaee, The business anri initiation service : and Mrs. H. O. Yates, ST., who is ! l^rry and. Tommy, vhlted her at were held at the Masonic Hall. nl the Air Force, stationed at Sent, Mrs. Kathleen McN'abb was the' Field 111., spent the weekend with Allies To Re-l Air At Truce Village PANMUN.IOM, Korea (fit — The Allies announced today they will! soon re-decorate the air over, this F truce village. Four silver, sausnge! shaped balloons will replace the I round orange ones used t o vrarn| airplanes away. The old balloons j were filled witti explosive hydrogen. The now will contain non-inflammable helium. nrw member Initial ert. Rclrc5.h- tnr-nUs were F.orvccS ality committee. by tbe hospit- his parents. , the hospital. Sunday. Fourteen members of (lie local Baptist Brotherhood attended the Ar.wlational Brotherhod Rally at Tile Mae Jones Circle of the Baptist Women's Missionary union met Monday afternoon at the home; pjtil in Memphis. Mrs. Pcwetl is of Mrs. Maurice Lynch. Mrs. Pan- \ the former Miss Wllma Hniirlnnd. line Corkran is circle chairman. Mrs. Brouchton Lovett was in chF.rge of the program. Mrs. Ed Williams gai-e the devotional, the Mrs. Sam Pewett of Paducah. Ky, visited her parents, Mr. and [ Calvary church in nlytheville, Mrs. J. N T . Bourland, and family; Sunday. Te church cjunrtet, cm- last Thursday. Her husband is ai posed of Curtis Miller. W. O. Har- paticnt at Kennedy General Hoi- ; ''is, Gene Smith and Bruce Frlz7»ll. parltdpaled. Mr. Miller Is president of (he Assoclationat Brother- Mr, and Mrs. Rustle Perry were j hood the week end guests of her sister, r M V - and Mrs. Thoma* Morton and Mrs. Ed Hanks, in Mumforrt. Term.j children were the guests of her Dr. Vise Conducts VA Hospital Services Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Tempi* Israel here- and Jewish auxiliary chaplain of the Veterans Administration Hospital In Poplar Bluff, Mo,, conducted services In the hospital rhapcl Sunday. Dr. Vise and members of the I. Miller l.odue and Annie Welnberg Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rlth distributed gifts donated by tha women's auxiliary. "Groat Commission." others on tho Jor> Propps. manager of the Wilson Theatre., on the Malco Circuit Soybeans "iMch May July Sep. High Low . 302'4 301' .. 300 208 : .. 296'i .. 290'.! 2!)5 288',4 Close 301*1 299 s ! 295'.i 289 V, New York Stocks A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel . Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors ... 151 1-4 ... 57 1-2 ... 47 1-4 ... 49 1-8 ... 72 1.. 106 ... 57 3-4 ... 52 5-8 Montgomery Ward 63 N Y Centra] 19 1-2 Int. Harvester 33 J C Penney 61 Republic, Steel 40 Hadlo 27 oocony Vacuum 38 Studebaker 347-8 Standard of N J 77 3-4 Texas Corp 58 1-2 Sears 53 1-4 O S -Steel 38 3-4 Sou Pac 66 1-2 He quoted Agriculture- D"parl- ment figures which, he said, showed that before imposition of controls the average American — in 1950 — ate 143." pounds of meat. "But during the year of price controls." he said, "the average American got only 138.2 pounds. This was four per cent less than he had in 1950 and seven per cent less than the government expected in 1951." He said present wholesale meat prices generally are substantially lower than last year and well below ceilings. Services for Mrs. Jewel] Alene program were Mrs. Harrv Wood-I has been transfered 'to S ™','!. a ". rt _ M ." . Mi ! rslla " W. r « d ™;< 1 :! Avk. He will be replaced by Refreshments hostess Mrs closing prayer. Mere served by the i colemnn IxivcU offered the . Mr ,; p Th Metliorlist WSCR met Mon- POLITICS •Livestock (Continued from Page 1) before the primary vole. Sen. Carlson 1 of Kansas, co-chairman of the Eisenhnwer-for-Presl- dent Committee, said he regards the general's letter as "leaving the door wide open" for his return. However. Sen. Watkins of Utah, a Taft supporter, said he couldn't .see much difference in the letter Hightower of Luxora, who died at day afternoon at. the home of Mrs. 2 p.m. ycslerday in St. Joseph's Has-S C. H. Buchanan. Mrs. .John .Enoch, pital in Memphis, will be conducted president, presided. Mrs. Wallace at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Luxora Bap- Jacobs list Church by the Rev. White, pastor. Mrs Hightower. wife of program chairman, ether With God" «-,s hv Mrs. Elstner of Jonesboro, Mr. and ropps 1 eft Tuesday for Cbrksville. Mr. Colrrnnn's family will join him here later. Mr. and Mrs. F. S; Hccso sncul .thr week end In Hot Springs, They joined Dr. and Mrs N. B. Ellis, who are varntloninir there aunt, Mrs. Davis Clayton, and family In Marked Tree Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Griffin Dnyle; weer the weekend guests of Mr. . and Mrs. Roy Bullard In Houlka Miss. Hightower of Luxora. died following a week's illness, she was 37 and was born in Luxora. In addition Ui her husband, she is survived by three sons. Henry Mclvin, Julius. Orvin and Ukley Wayne; two daughters, carol Dean and Joy Dean: her father, Emery M. Fowler, Er. of Dexter. Mb.; three brothers, James D. Fowler and Herbert J. Fowler of Luxora and Emery M. Fowler. Jr., of Ephrata. Wash.; anrt four sisters, Mrs. Judy Chumley and Miss Rita May Fowler of Luxora. Mrs. Mary Barger of Little Rock and Mrs. Battle Philyam of Enrle. Cobb Funeral Home is in charge. Rites Tomorrow For T. J. Harris Services for Thomas Jefferson Harris of East. Moultrie Drive are . ._. and Eisenhower's Jan. 7 statement j to be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednes- that he would not campaign. a.. enes- Idny morning at. Cobb Funfral Home Sen. Sparkman. an Alabama i Chapel by the Rev. T. J. Hichardson. Democrat, who voted in the Senate P astor of Half Moon Baptist NATIONAL STOCKYAHDS. III. —USDA—Hogs 18,500; active, uneven; weights 180 Ibs up mostly 25 to 35 lower than average! few off more: 170 Ibs down mostly 50 j lower; sows uneven, mostly 25 low-! er; bulk choice. 180-230 Ibs 17.25- i 35; latter price equals previous! low top of season and paid rather t freely by shippers and butchers,' mostly for choice Nos. 1 and 2 190220 Ibs; few early down to; 240-270 Ibs full width of grade lB.15-n.00: 280-340 Ibs 15.75-16.00: ISO-no Ibs 15.50-17.00; 120-140 Ibs 13.25-1500: 100-110 Ibs 11.75-12.75: eows 400 Ibs down 1500-75; heavier sows 13.25-14.75: stags 11.50-13.50; boars 0.00-11.50. Cattle. 3,500. Calves BOO: all c.las- fes of cattle under pressure little done on steers; initial bids unevenly lower; few heifers anri mixed yearlings barely steady to small Interests, but generally meeting lower bids: cows draggy; big packers bidding 50 or more under Monday; bullfi weak to 50 lower. Foreign Relations Committee yes- ferday against inviting the general to testify in Consrr-ss on the S7.900.- 000, foreism aid-bill, said Eisenhower had "left the way to come home-" Church. Mr. Harris died yesferday at his home. He had been ill for some lime. He was 7«. A farmer, he was bnrn In Card well. Ga. E. Sadler, Mrs Snm Watson, nnd Mrs Roy Stobaugh. Refreshments were served. Mr.- anri Mrs. Charles Andrews Byrnes Disputes Truman Story WASHINGTON f/P) — PrfMdenL Triimrvn nnd his formnr 6ecretary oT state, James F. Byrnes, were In open contradiction loriay over whether Truman gave Bi'rncs a bawling out for his handling of Russian relations In January, 1CMG. Truman says he did. Byrnes, now trovernor of South Carolina, says "absolutely untrue." CEASE-FIRE (Continued from Page 1) during an armistice. Tuesday's two hour and 16 minute session did bring Communist Revival Is Scheduled At Holland Church HOLLAND — Revival services will begin Monday night at the Holland I gene Ray. L. n Baptist Church and will continue< kins, Bobby £ through the week. The Rev. Russell Duffer, pastor of East Side Baptist, church in Para- goulri. will conduct the revival, assisted by the Rev. Fred Boren of Holland. Connie Hay will be In charge of the song services. „.,:•„••.'.•"", . ute session did bring Communist, ^^^f^S^.^^z^^^^ Sn rj*.^ e '™' *£• '" °' «»• m North Korea these are Si,,- *RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIMES TONITE 'DRUMS IN THE DEEP SOUTH" James Craijf Barbara Paylon The United Beavers States orvr.e hnd . heaver* as larce a-s bears. Specimens of this ciant beaver have been found in Ohio. New York. Michigan. South Carolina, and Texas. theville. and Orean Ray of Union, Ariz.: and one step-daughter, Mrs. Lula Southhard of San Dieeo, Calif. Pallbearers will he Lloyd Ray. Eu— . Yankee. Junior Wai- Smith, and John R California Has Snow To Go with Sunshine BISHOP," Calif. uPi— Snowfall In this area has been estimated at 220 per cent of normal this winter by officials of the California Electric Power Co. They said In some places drifled snow has almost covered 35-foot power poles. The company maintains six dams to handle spring floods caused by melting snows. niju and Mnmpojin on the Yalu River boundary with Manchuria; and Chongjin, on the East Coast about 70 miles from Soviet Russia. n South Korea: Kangnunt! In the East. Kunsan in the West, and usan The. committee session on ex- hanging prisoners lasted only 22 minutes. Chinese Col. Tsal Chcng- •en said the Communists did not eel ready to answer seven ctties- tons the U. N. asked yesterday. WEn.-THURS. "THE EAGLE AND HAWK" John Payne, Rhonda Fleming & Dennis O'Keefe TUESDAY R A F{GAIX NITK All Tickets loc "ALADDIN AND HIS LAMP" Palrtcia Medina John Sands Put New Life Into Your Clothes! Wake up the Jooks of your wardrobe with quality dry cleaning. Colors are refresh&d . . . original lines restored. Your clo I h es will look like new for Spring. Our evprrfs use gentle hut efficient solvents in cleaning, and do a fine pressing joh too. \Ve pick up and deliver. Call us BIYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 Harold , unu\n'.-ii. L'.i^rvun svtLii LJCH] «' 'i s children fin : „ ., , ... i were the weekend guests ol Mf. Melvin. Beall, Mrs. N. B. Elhs Jr.. Mrs. O.I nnd Mr5 . D ii|ard Green In Bylialla, Miss. Pfc. Eugene Nixon who Is stationed at Kcesler Field, Biloxl. Miss., was home for the weekend. He is- the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill i Nixon. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gnwen and daughters, Betty and Jcne, of Blythcviile were the dinner guests of his slsler. ' 'rs. W. L. Powell, nnd Mr. Powel ; unday. IJobby Hargrove of Clarlmore. Okla., a nephew of Mrs. Powell's also was a Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Wilev and children, Mary lx>u and Billy Wayne, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Gvis Brcysacher in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray and . ,. _, family were guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs Norvel Byrrs and| Mr . and Mrs w B n d , 5 ; —-- — Mr.s^ Anus slnpman ily in rilytheville. Sunday. ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Phone 4621 Show Starts Weekdays == 7:00 p.m. Sat. Sun. 1:00 p.m. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY UEl GOLOWYN ~l RVERYA »WN I m.'.-j ^K _r^ SAMUEL GOLOWYN OURVERY OWN »m lum Technicolor Short & Band Short •••••••••••••••••« 406 NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 TUESDAY "LOVE NEST" June Haver William Lundigan Phone 459) WED.-THURS. "WEEKEND WITH FATHER" Van Hcflin • Patricia Neal DON'T DELAY WRIJE TODAY, NEXT WEEK Capitol Vacuum Center, Inc. I I2(i t'nion Ave. Memphis. Tenn. I Without obligation. 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