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PA01 TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1954 Below-Cost Prices On Dairy Surpluses Fail to Spur Sales By OVID A. MARTIN .WASHINGTON tf» — The below- cost price tags Uncle Sam has posted on some of his surplus dairy products have failed so far to draw » rush of customers. Two and a half weeks ago, the of its 350-miUion-pound surplus of butter, the department 10 days ago offered to sell some of its stocks for use abroad in combination with nonfat dried milk and water to make liquid milk for human use. The butter, which cost the gov- export 325 million pounds of cheese at.price levels prevailing in world markets. These levels were about 25 cents a pound, or 15 cents less than the department paid for the cheese under a dairy price support program. Officials reported today that no buyers have appeared for this cheese, perhaps because some other important dairy-producing countries also have surpluses which they are attempting to sell. - Last week, the department offered surplus dried milk, processed for human consumption, to domestic processors for inclusion in . livestock and poultry feeds. This milk, -which cost the government nearly 17 cents s. pound. ^ ? as offered at SV-j cents a pound except in Far Western states, where the price was set at 4 cents. The department said there is a shortage of high protein supplement for mixed livestock feeds. But as of yesterday, no sales of this milk had been made. Officials said, however, it was too early v to say how feed mixers would take to this offer. In an effort to dispose of some Stranger on Bicycle Is Escaped Prisoner MIDLOTHIAN, Tex. 1*1 — When Constable Perry Ad ay here saw a strange youngster furiously pedaling a bike through town, questions arose. Constable Aday knows all the Midlothian teen-agers, and sure enough Jack Rainsberger, 18, didn't live here. He walked away Saturday from the federal reformatory at Seagoville, Tex., holed up for a day in Dallas, and then stole a bike for his getaway. Asked Deputy Sheriff J. W. Wiseman: "Why a bike? Why not a car?" "Can't drive," said Rainsberger, who had pedaled 25 miles. "Lord, if only I could." ernment A coating of lemon juice prevents bananas, peaches and apples from discoloring after they have been sliced. See Lanolin Plus Liquid Do Wonders For Your Skin Overnight! JLjanolin Plus Liquid is the patented .form of concentrated lanolin that penetrates your skin. Used as a cleanser before retiring—then a few more drops quickly massaged in, and you'll awaken next morning to discover that a very definite miracle has happened. No feeling of skin dryness at all—and an extra softness and extra smoothness that is new. But more! As your skin becomes softer and softer and smoother and smoother, those disturbing, premature, dry-skin crow's-feet and wrinkles really fade. Get your bottle of Lanolin Plus Liquid today. U»e it tonight. You'll be a happier woman tomorrow morning. All this for but a dollar, plus tax, at any good store. Sj£ If you spent $1,000, you could not get more beauty help than you get from a $1 (plus tax) bottle of Lanolin Plus Liquid. Lftuctw Pfw IJ4«4 Mike-Up 11.00' Lanolin PtiM Sh«*|*x> .11.00 U«*» PlM H.wi Lwtioe 11.00* L*Mft« Plm tMd ClMiiwr 11.00* !*»<*• FlM Qe«Mi»i Cr»» 11.00* *h» T*r tb*. Hair 11.00* J1«BwlfLMiM II $0* about 69 on a cents a pound, was offered on a bid basis. This practice of recomblning unsalted Jjutter and dried milk: to make liquid milk is used in several foreign countries, particularly Japan, where milk production is inadequate and shipment of fluid milk would not be feasible. So far, no buyers have appeared to take advantage of this offer. Early this month the department also cut its export prices on nonfat dried milk. Its stocks total about 588 million pounds and-cost nearly 17 cents a pound. The new foreign sales prices range from 10 to 11% cents. As of yesterday no export sales had been reported for this product. SCRAM — They're rushing the season, but the citizens of Donaueschingen, Germany, are anxious to scare winter away. The practice of the "witch" demonstration dates back to the day» when it was believed that evil winter spirits were chased away by rattling, shouting and wild dancing. DYESS NEWS Mrs. J. E- JACOBS MLss Carolyn Lane of Marked Tree spnit the week end in the J. Hanard home. John Ramer and son have returned from Michigan City, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson were in Paragould over the week end to attend thf wedding of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Young and children of Memphis visited her parents Sunday afternoon. Misses Bobbie Mann, Bettye Hendon and Mary Mae Modessitt spent Sunday with Miss Barbara James. Willis Ray Proffitt left Monday for Flint, Mich . Billy and Jimmie Johnston and Wayne Barnes visited Jerry James Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jacobs and son spent Sunday afternoon with her parents at Whitton, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Odis Rice and children spent the week end at West Ridge with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wolf and children of Newport, Ark., visited her cousin, Ray D. Johnston and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maddox and baby of Memphis and Mrs. Brady Maddox and children of Marked Tree visited in the Norman James Bolfoy Murphy of home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Memphis spent the week end here as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clifton attended the school lunch meeting at Newport Saturday and spent the week end at Bradford, Ark., as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Darby. Albert Darnell of Memphis spent the week end here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Darnell. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Balch left Monday for their home at Pair- field, Calif., after a month's vacation here with relatives. His sister, Miss Peggy Balch, went to California to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Young and children of Blytheville spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood. Doyle Haynie of Fort Wayne, Ind., arrived Sunday for a visit with A. C. Brown of near Dyess. Miss Nina Jean Peterson of Blytheville, Airman 1/c Sherman Peterson of Scott Field, 111., and Miss Jackie Floyd of Hughes, Ark., were guests over the week end of their parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Eaves and son of Memphis spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Balch. Will Denison of Conway visited his nephew Ray D. Johnston and family Sunday. Mi\ and Mrs. Rock Turner and his father, G. C. Turner, and Mrs. Lavata Turner and children of Plant City, Fla., were visiting relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Rogers and children of Farmington, 111., spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nichols. The Rev. G. Albright of Searcy "preached at the Church of Christ o. Dyes, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Doss had asj their guests over the week end their children, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wood and children of Hughes Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Conyers and daughter, Pam, of Council Bluff, la., Mr. and Mrs. Alva Shaefer and daughter, Linda, of Canton, 111., and Airman 2/c Jimmie Doss of Mineral Wells, Tex. Mr. and "Mrs. Mickey McArthur and children, Myra and Starla of Hughes, Ark., spent the week end here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McMillian of Memphis spent' Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Smith of Osceola and Senatobia, Miss., spent the week end here with his mother, Mrs. Frank Kenney and Mr. Kenney. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Morse and STOPsiMPLI DIARRHEA Gef Fast, Soothing Relief with PIRCY MEDICINE Ya," Friday night, at the high school auditorium. Billy Wayne Noblin was admitted to St. Vincent's Hospital in at. Louis Monday where he will undergo surgery on an arm., He wa» accompanied by his fattier, BUI Noblin. Airman 3/c Bobby Williams of Chanault Air Force Base, Rantoul, 111., spent the week end here with his parents,-Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams. The Baptist Brotherhood and Woman's Missionary Union entertained the DyeK Senior Class with a chicken supper Tuesday. About '50 girlfi met Thursday night at the Home Economics Building for the annual bunking patty. Mrs. Ray D. Johnston chaperoned the girls. Favor/ft of Mlttto* StJoseph ASPIRIN SAVE MORE-100 TABLETS 49C <? 406 W. 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