Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 19, 1952 · Page 12
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August 19, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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It, 1M Tha f»v«n- *a* t*4ajr to ,,,,) **· MBU tod prle* r *· ON mil* of the na- fnettj Hoc* by t. , DOM or FT** E'tMiiu- ,, .taf ***an wJU r* out short- » t o Us M 4*Met «fflc«« to ftt 1 ' ' icharta r**d* tor post- · It ·xptrtod to ; DYM tuMtn co. Show DM eHIlngi for MM MO major nurktt-bulitl itam*. Tlw action will b* · return to K unUanB community pricing profram u*»d In World War II. Pile* Stabilizer fdjis ArnaU Mid thli hat prbv*d to b* th« most tHtctlva m«an« ot toot price control, Ht said tht program will have two big advantages: I, It will kt consumers know st · flinc* th« ceilinf prices on many basic foods they buy. t. It will relieve grocers of the neceulty of calculating individual ceilings on the Itenu that mult be potted- Trial Tee* Ma* 0« Mid the deciilon to expand the community pricing program Howdy, Folks... Mr. and Mrs. T. D. McKenna mvite you to Northwest Arkansas' newest and most modern STEAK HOUSE * CMM ty * Ywfc K«lrifl*f*MeJ Air Conditioner for your tating comfort featuring CHOICE ICG STEAKS ARKANSAS BROILERS Prfyat* Dining Room for Parties Du$fl's Steak House Highway 71 North · Phom 1038 Foyttttvillt ·UNNMR .THAN "·ATHfR W THI TkrftKISSNf lft Mi QjQ* Ttan'j'HOLD M£' i · v*:' on INT dps VLOVEMF Mf *VHB ram coast to coast is based on remit* from trial tests in three areas started'last January. The agency Mid the** tests have been, a fuecee* in tb* marketing artas surrounding Jacksonville, Fla.; Fargo, N, D., and Fresno, Calif, Official* said both consumer and trad* groups in those areas, have asked tha. the program be con- inued. The-lists to be posted will be ·elected from about 0 per cent of the approximately 5,000-items sold by grocers. The OPS district offices will select the Items from the best-selling foods In their communities and their importance to the family budget. ·MM ItetM be****** fresh, frozen and canned fruits and vegetables will not be included. The** Items, making up an estimated 20 per cent of a fam- ly's food costs, were exempted )y Congress July 1- . ' Meats, which account for the remaining 40 per cent of food Items, also will not be Included at this time. Meata are subject to dollars and cents ceiling*, but' butchers only hay to libel the selling price on meat displayed. Individual grocers have been figuring their own celling!, using specified markups on various type* of food over their wholesale cost*. Prices have varied from store to store. Under the ne.w plan OPS will determine wholesale costs in an area and apply the markup! to get uniform ceilings. OPS will provide the chart* each month for jolting. They will be amended on th* basis of change* each week. The chart* will differ from store lo store depending on the volume of business done byteach grocer. Cane Hill Miss Margutrir* -Karnes and Mia* Alleen '.Karnes of Tulsa, Okla., are spending their, vacations with thatr parents, Mr. and Mr*. Stimuli Karnes. Other guests an Mr. and Mrs. Karnee'.son-ln- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Jam** Clark Irwin and sons of Clyde. Mn. K. C. Meals entertained ambers of her brtif* club at her b*aa Thuraaay. Ipedal guerta were Mrs Hurry Campbell ot Au- gueU a«4 Mr. awt Mr*. George aturatt'of jfulaa, Okla, Mn. Ben Walters and daughter, Elizabeth, are spending two weeks with Mrs. WaHerC parent*, Mr. and Mil N. S. Malhwi. Corrow Miller of Chattanooga, Tenn,. is spending' a month with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Miller. Weekend guests of the Millers were Mr. and Mrs; Wardlaw Miller and children of Springfield, Me. . Mr: and Mrs. Murry Campbell and daughter, Peggy, of Augusta* are spending a vacation with Mr. Campbell's father, Booth Campbell, and with his sister, Mrs. Bob Vaught. Mrs, L«e Walker and daughter, Barbara, of Albuquerque, N. M., are visiting Mrs. Walker's parent*; Mr. and Mrs. Paris Colburn. ' Mix Sue Skinner of Liberal, Mo!', is spending her vacation with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs, J. O. Skinner. The Cane Hill Home Demonstration Club met for a picnic supper Friday evening -at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. S.,Mathews. Game prizes went to Mrs. Mury Campbell, Miss Martha Elltabeth Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe McArdell. Guests were Mrs. Bob Vaught, Mist Mary Gaither, Mrs. George Muratel and- sons, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Campbell an* daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walters and daughter, and Vicky Cole of Rogers. TONITE fib ExpMtt AccoOTb Little Kock-(fl)-Several candidates for 'office in the recent primaries yesterday filed report* with Secretary of State C. G. Hall listing campaign expenses incurred. They included: State Sen. Ellis Fagah, Little Rock, |3M, and Rep. J, W. Trimble, Berryville, $750. F. F. Acree, Perryvllle, defeated in his bid for a Senate seat from the 10th district listed expenditures of I2M.70 and Dr. C. D. Tibbies of Black Rock, who loit In the 17th district race said he spent |«H.44, The sabbath is s'trickly kept on .the Isle of Skye in the Hebrides. Residents can attend two church services In succession, one In Eng- lih and the other in Gaelic. Sho4ime7:45 Car Losses Heavy High Cost Of Labor And Food Said To Blamt Br SAM DAWSON New Work ·(*)- The nation!* railroads MT they ar* losing million* of dollars by serving food and drink to pat«iirt. Many a dining car psirm may raise an eyebrow at this, thinking that prices are so high the roads must me making money off of meals. But the roads say,- no, and that for every dollar you pay them for food and drink they put out, on average, $1.3f in expenses. The Interstate Commerce Commission backs them up. It says the | yi'vo"nVaa* oT'water" combined dining and buffet rev-! { .round, enues totalled 110 million dollars. 1 ·"·"""·- The road* blame'the 11 million . dollar loss on high costs of labor I and food, .and the licenses and taxes they pay in the states where they operate-; The Pennsylvania Railroad says I that in June labor costs in the dining car took '70 cents of each collard ot revenue. Food costs took ttmm\!*'m Citor Cirioii News .Plus. SNEAK PREVIEW 10:15 P.M. M whol« family YOM flirttt ·«! win · Prat It's e picture the whole family will enjoy . . . The Title? You auess and win a Free Pass. Starts Wednesday 41 MIL Otter cwte ad4ed M the ·k . . Labor cost* are Wrter ia dinert then ia reeUuranU, **y point **tt, a waiter can **rv* fewer in a car than in a'cafe, and baetue crtwi have to be carried idle for hours to be ready when needed. · Food costs are higher for the railroad! became the dincn must store and .carry supplies long distances, while rettauranta are clote to aourcei of supply. Sales taxe* on food and beverages can be. a headache because they change every time the car crosses a state lint. The Katy and the Missouri Pacific report their loss · bat been brought below the national average by a close watch on watte and by 'routing dining car crews to best advantage. The Cotton Belt has joined the Santa Fe in stopping some trains at set stations Ions; enough 1 for passengers to eat in restaurants. The Rock Isjand, which says it So* flew Zenith ^Royalty Unf^ at Swtt lost a million dollars on the service last year reports (0 per cent of its food coit is waste. of TBEVDKMMS VBY COHWttlH) Ivy Yovn From · Ttbviswii Strvin StaHon SMITH RADIO SHOP ATTENTION Firaiers Let us solx* your Feeding Problem by filling your silo, using a new Ensilage Cutter For Full Information Coll 68-L, Hunrsyiile or 1689, FoyetteYille Tanes frosa static* to natioa iastantfy-wftb oniiona bcilliam »kko«t nutker «djust.K«t-»itk paicrfc, cianiit- lock»d accuraqr rnrj riaa*. This n^KfUtof the aalitiatjVinif "K-53- Oussis-tb* fiaett, aaost powctfml TV dtastis *r*r, hoik ...pnmd tke best U cosapttitiTe test* i» d»e ana* of|«Bitt nnptio* across tbe countrj. 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