Time Clock, Aug. 31, 1953

HOUSEWIVES can expect more beef at retail counters in the next few weeks as the summer's grass-fed steers start to market. Farm experts expect U.S. beef supplies this year to hit 73.5 Ibs. per capita, the highest in 44 years. But beef prices have about hit bottom. Farm Economist L. H. Simerl of the University of Illinois thinks they will hold steady for the next twelve months.

TWO big hotel chains have drawn up ambitious building plans. Statler, which has started work on a 450-room, $7,000,000 hotel in Hartford, Conn., will soon begin a...

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