The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 12, 1952 · Page 2
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FAG1 TWO BI<YTHEVTLT,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEWMBAY, WOT. IS, 1W1 Capehart to Seek Quick Decision on Wage-PriceControl WASHINGTON, lf> — Sen. Capehart (R-Ind) said todny lie will seek a swift decision by Congress next year on the fate of wasc and price controls. Capehart Is slated to henrt the Seriate Banking Committee which handles controls legislation In that chamber. From his home In Indianapolis, he told a reporter In a telephone Interview he will seek agreement with the House Banking Committee "to dispose of this Important problem Just as early in the next session of Congress as possible." Authority to retain federal curbs on wages and prices will expire April 30 unless Congress extends 11. Capehart said the Senate-House Defense Production Committee has been called lo meet here Nov. 19. He expects this group, of which he Is a member, will (jet a report from Price Stabilizer Tighc E. Woods on surveys made by Woods of consumer views on the need for continued price controls. Tiie Defense Production Act, which provides tho authority for economic controls Including Ihose on wages, prices,-rents ami credit, was designed ns a brake on Inflation. President-elect Dwlght D. Eisenhower pledged In, Ills campaign that inflation control would he one of his major concerns. Cnpclmrt salrt he hopes the Senate Banking Committee will begin taking testimony "not laler than Feb. 1" on the Defense Production Act. Value of Freedom of the Press Stressed to APME Convention I»y CHARLES T. BURNS BOSTON W—Americans need to be continually reminded that a free people miKit Have tho right to get the facts about their government and to publish them without fear of *'savage and unfair reprisal." That premise was laid down today by J. Russell Wiggins ol the Wellington, D.C., Post at the an- *nual meeting of The Associated Press Managing Editors Association, opening a four-day session In the Sheraton-Plaza Hotel. Some 250 AP editors from all parts of the nation are attending the sessions which are aiialy/.lng the AP's methods of handling news. Wiggins, chairman ol the APME Committee on Freedom of Infor- mation, added these rights: "To publish them (governmen acts) without prior restraint o: ensorship; / Access to facilities for dlsscm mating these facts; and "To distribute these facts t thers," The Washington editor declarei ^ "cournfieous, enlightened and in brmcd press' is tho most c/fecliv nstrinnent for obtaining thcs •Ights. ' "Newspaper men must carry t his fight the best available Infor nallon on tho long struggle to es abllsh und maintain access lo th ransactlons of 'government Inclls >ensnblc to n democratic people This association has been an can be of some help In this sthig gle. It Is not a fight, however, tlin can he won at any one time or 1 any one place. "It must be prosecuted ever line the right to know Is cha enged and in every place that s obstructed," • Wiggins criticized military aut: oritlcs for "postponing" publicatlo of casualties "of military or clvl an employes of the defense cstn' Ibhment In the zone of the Interlc n lime of peace." "The practice'of the defense e lablishmcnl of deterring for hours beyond the notification o next of kin of victims of accidents," ho said, "Is a 'unilateral assertion ol the right to withhold Inlorrrin- AGRICULTUXAL STATES CALIFORNIA IOWA ILLINOIS MINNESOTA WISCONSIN TtXAS 51.5 Mitchell Wants Stevenson to To/ce a Rest TAGS, N.M. wv-The chairman : the Democratic National Committee suggests AdUl Steven-son be veil a chance to rest before being skcd to make monthly radio-TV illts, Stephen A. Mitchell, who arrived Rsterday "to BO doer hunting, rest nd relax" from general election imp.ilgning, said: In due time, we will take over 1948 1932 Above Ncwschart compares Dem and GOP vote In six rcpresenUi- tlve aRriculiurnl slates. The Republicans' lotal climbed 12 per cent us General Elsenhower took 57 per cent of the tola] vote in this area with 105 electoral voles. ralian Reds Claim 2 Million ROME UP) — Italy's Conimimls mi-Ly says It has 2,580,351 members Announcing Its current member ship, the parly's vice secretary t cral, Pletro Seccbla, sain the en rollmcnt since 1MB has ranged be tween 2.500,000 and 2,600,000, "notwithstanding our opponents' rabl offensive to influence the presen situation." Italy has a total population o 47 million people. In the 1048 gen cml elections the Communists poll cd seven million votes. THERE MUST BE A REASON WHY IT'S THE KAID-SOUTH'S 1 the possibility of Gov. 8tev«i*<m aklng .such ippnrinces. It all de- nds on Gov. 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Sew Departure btalos, Air Cushion tires and tubes 48.44 (H Thunderiet—mounts on fender or handlebars ...'89l CD Regular 1.25 Bik* Bask*)—fits any bike ..98* CHOOSE YOUR GIFT BIKE FROM WARDS COMPLETE LINE JUST WAITIN'-Thls brooding bruin in _the London 100 isn't going anywhere, hasn't anything to do. It'i not cold enough to hibernate, not warm enough lo' feel playful. He's just waiting for saving. Firemen Tiring Of Ridge Rescues LOS ANOKI.E3 (/P) — Engine Company 27 Li gelling a bit weary of rescuing people from the crest ol n {.00-foot cliff in GrlftUh Pnrk. In Its eighth rescue nt the spot .It hroughl- tio\vn sMtor Pnxil Hess of the USS Jnson and his girl friend, Mis. 1 ; Arlcne Peterson, who were trying to climb to the top of an old quarry nt the head of Canyon Drive yesterday. The Icrm cloudburst is not usually used unless six or more inches of rnlu falls nL a rate of 10 or more inches for nn hour. You are invited Com* in ... see and inspect actual samples of our catalog merchandise -any way you figure FREE! Rug Cushion at no extra cost with th* purchase of a 9 x * or larger wool ruf. ft* wit* and buy nowl 3 days only—Wed., Thurs., Fri,, Nov. 12, 13, 14 SEARS CATALOG ORDER OFFICE Phone 813] 217 E. Main Ulytheville, Ark. N UMBER ONE item on most anyone's list of automobile "musts" is power — th« life and iift of your going. In this Buick SPECIAL you get a i>alve-in-bead bigb-cotiipresstoi! Fireball 8 Engine that can pour out a wealth of the thrillhigest poiver you ever bold rein on—more power per dollar than you'll find elsewhere. Number Two is ride—the way you go—the comfort and steadiness and luxury of your travel. Every Rttick bits big soft coil springs OH each wheel to cushion your way—and an unyielding torque-li/be that firms and steadies your ride. Yet these are just two oj the fifteen Buick ride features that cost, literally, more than it million dollars to engineer, Then there's style, there's room, there's visibility, there's handling ease—all part of your travel —all helping to make the difference between good going and great going. Jjut price is very much part of the picture, too —what you pay for what you get. So when you add in the big horsepower rating you get in a Buick, plus the extra thrill and thrift of its Fireball performance .., When you measure the inches of room, count up the many hours of comfort through the years, check off things like durability and solid satisfaction and high trade-in value . . . And when you put this total against the price of a Buick— you're going to say, "Man! That's great going all the way!" Come in and sec us today or tomorrow, -won't you? Equipment, tceenoriei, trim *wl models are subject to without nonet. Two great television «venh: Th« TV F oolboll Gam* of th« W»«lc every Saturday cmd Buiclc Cfrcut Hour every fourth Tuesday. LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK Co., Walnut & Broadway, Phone 4555

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