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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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f FACT FOURTEEN BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Decreased Crop Acreage Is Seen Plans for Reduced Plantings in Line With Recommendation By Olid A. Martin WASHINGTON, March 2'2. (/ft— It look* u though many farmers •rt plinnlnj to give themselves •nd th fir overworked land a little more rest this year. A government crop report yes- terd»y showed that producers are preparing to plant less to crops for harvest this year than had been expected by Agriculture Department official* and farm leaders. Aside from wheat, flaxsced, and rice, planting prospects for most other crops are below last yenr and well In line with recommendations of the government. The latter had cautioned farmers about over-production this year, lest It- lead to burdensome surpluses and rigid production controls. Department officials who had helped «t "P thls >' ear ' s fill ' m vro ~ ' gram said the planting survey clearly Indicated that many farmers want to make adjustments from high wartime levels of production. Obituaries Home of Michigan's Youngest Family Price Factor Considered Influencing them in this direction, these officials said, Is the , fact that farm prices are less favorable than they were & year ago. In other words, the ^respective pil- ce» do not offer sufficient Incentive. they said, to encourage farmers to put In necessary overtime to pro- due* extra supplies. The report forecast a 1943 crop acreage of about 361.000,000 acres, or about 1,600.000 less than wns seeded last year. Such an acreage could, however, produce a total crop , , volume a* large, If not larger, than last year's record if the yields per acre turned out to be very favorable. The report ihowed that Intended acreage reductions tend to be the largest in the case of crops where government price supports have been less effective. Largely because of'» shortage of storage facilities, price support programs have not been 100 per cent effective [or the livestock feed grnins. A considerable reduction in the feed grain acreage wns indicated, with com plantings likely to be the smallest In more than 50 years. Mrs. N. O. DePriest Dies Here; Rites Tomorrow Funeral services for Mrs. Betty Frances DePrlesl, wife of N. D. DePriest of Burdette, will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at the church of God at Burdette by the Rev. I,. R. Graham of Memphis, assisted by Rev. R. E. Shaw of Burdette. Mrs. DePriest died at Walls Hospital this morning. Survivors Include her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Robert McGee and Mrs. Carl McGee, both of Luxora, and Mrs. W. D. Godscy of Tampa, Fin.; a son, Karl DePriest of Santa Anna, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Laura Duke of Holland, Mo.; and a brother, William Turnbowe of Porlageville. Mo. linrlal will be In (he Mt. Zlon Cemelcry near Cooler, Mo., with the Cobb Funeral Home of Blythevllle In charge. • * • Final Rites Conducted For Wesley O. House Rites for Wesley O. House, 56, were conducted yesterday nfc the Assembly of God Church by the pastor, the Rev. Charles O. Neece, assisted by the Rev. S. Clyde Bally of Jackson, Term. Mr. House, a farmer near Yarbro, lived just across [be stale line In Missouri. He died Sunday. His wife. Mrs. Nettie House, survives him. Other survivors Include: three daughters, Mrs. Clarice Abbott of Bakcrsfield, Calif., Mrs. Alma Smith of Jackson, and Mrs. Thclma Brown of Blythevllle: five sons, Floyd Hershel, Troy, Bobby aud Sammy, all of Blythevllle; Ihree grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Clara Harbor of Norman. Mrs. Lena I>ove of Benton, Mrs. Nannie TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 19«l Gromyko to Head Soviet Delegation To UN Assembly LONDON, March 22—M't—Chief Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko has left Moscow for New York to head tlio Soviet delegation at the April meeting of the UnlUd Nations General Assembly. The Moscow Radio, heard here by the Soviet Monitor, said the Soviet delegation will also Include Jakob Malik, another deputy foreign minister and chief Soviet representative In the Security Council; Georgl N. Zimibln, Soviet ambassador to Great Britain; Alexander S Panyu.shkin, ambassador to the United Slates and S. K. Tsarpkln deputy representative In the Security Council. The naming of Gromyko as heat of the delegation apparently means that Foreign Minister Andrei Y Vtshlnsky will not attend. '_ >." Perched on n hill overlooking a Paw Paw, Mich., junk ynrd, this 12x20 tnr papers shuck houses Cnrl Blnkc, Ir., 13, his 16-ycar-olrt wife, their three weeks old baby, his wife's parents and their six children. (AP Wlrephoto.) Saves His Dimes MT. CA1UIEL, 111.— I/ft— A. Mt Cnrmel trucker, Merle Woods dumped $110 worth of dimes before City Clerk Len Wirth to renew hi :ruck license this year. Woods sat saved the ten cent pieces a yea to pull that stunt. Kirkpatiidt of Malvern, Mrs. Fannie Chamlee of Waldo and Mrs. Tevmie Rldgell of Prescott; and two brothel's. Joe House and Jack Cagle. both of Prescott. Burial was at the Dogwood Htdge Cemetery under the direction of the Cobb Funeral Home. , Poles Plant Trees WARSAW, Poland—(.Ti—The Polish ministry of forestry announced approximately 260,000 acres of Innds would be re-forested this year. The tree-planting program represents an Increase of 38 per cent over I94fl. Journal of Education £ditor Visits Blytheville Miss Emma Scotl. editor of the Journal % of Arkansas Education spent nn'entire day visiting the Bly- ihevillc Schools, yesterday, to acquire information to be used in an aitJcle tn the publication. Various phases of school life and activity were viewed by the editor, and pictures will be provided of part of the school's activities to accompany the article. Jackson Day Dinners Provide 'Food' for GOP WASHINGTON— W,— Food is all Interesting subject to the U. S. Senate. A discussion of the Demo- brats' Jackson Day dinners, and menus, became so long-drawn It delayed the Senate's lunch. Senator Brewstev (R - Maine) started It when he said "I felt that before any of us went to lunch It might regale us it we did have an opportunity to turn over on our tongues the delightful and apparently very delicious feast of Belshazzar with which some of our friends were regaled at the price, I am advised, of a hundred dollars a plate." He nsked that the menu of the Washington dinner, which President Trumnn attended, be printed In the Congressional Record. It Included diamond back terrapin soup, filet mlgnon and champagne. Setiator Pepper (D-FIa) interrupted: . "Might not the menu referred to by the able Senator from Maine be evidence of the fact that, although when the Republicans were in power there was hardly anyone eating well except the special In- Fancy Saloon Names Contuse Englishmen BECONTREE. England— I/Pi— The English like to call their pubi (saloons) by fancy mimes, like "The Marquis of Queensbcny," and the practice sometimes lends to confusion. Tlie Rev. Ralph Stevens, vicnr of St. .Thomas's, wrote in his parish magazine that when he asked the telephone Information girl for the new number of the Bishop of Banking, she replied: "Oh! Is that a pub?" New Dimmer Devised HAVERHILL. Mass. IU.P.)—Ear] T. Edwards, a shoe worker, ha developed an electric eye that auto matically dims headlights of approaching automobile. Edward said the device attaches to a car headlight. It works on the san principal used on doors operate by an electric eye. oy Scout Commissioner resents Troop Charter Blythevllle Scout Troop No. 3D ast night was presented Its charter or the following year by Worth D .older, district commissioner lor h« North Mississippi County dls- rlct of the Boy scouts of America. The presentation was made at pc-cial ceremonies at the First /hrlstian Church. The Rev. Lester strubhar, pastor .accepted the barter from Mr. Holder as head of he sponsoring organization, and ater presented the charter to the roop. Cetlflcates also were presented to he officers. Scout Master D. A. Blodgett and Assistant Scout Master Clarence Chamberlain last night Members of the Church's Troop Committee receiving certificates were J. C. Lowe, chairman, L. L Ward, Jr.. B. G. Henderson and W H. stovall. Badges were presented to six ten- derloot scculs. Following the char ter presentation plaiu were made for the scout Cawporee to be helc at t):c -Walker Park, the last of April. Aemphian to Address Baptist Brotherhood John W. McCall of Memphis, Shelby county judge, and president of the Southwest Brother- iood, will be the guest speaker at he Brotherhood meeting at the Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Friday, Judge McCall, who Is president •f the Tennessee State Baptist Convention, and father of Duke McCall. secretary of the Southern Bupl Convention, Is director of mT woi'k In the southwest area. The supper meeting will be - rectcd by John Mayes, progrl chairman, and the Brotherhl president, Hays Sulllran. Tickets may be obtained throtj Max Logan, Alvln Huffman. Jr., Mayes, Ebb Carson, Roy Beavi| and Arthur Rushing. Read Courier News Want Ad Women's Handicraft Club Holds Meeting Blythevllle women's handicraf club met at the office of the coun ty agent In the Court House las night. Demonstrations tart night, directed by Mrs. Gertrude B. Holiman, home demonstration agent, included textile painting, discussions on hooked rugs and making aluminum services -rays. The next session, April 4, will be concerned with glass etching, and plastic work. Rend Courier News Want Ads even the Democrats are eating well?" (Laughter). Senator Baldwin (R-Conn): "I arrived in time to hear my distinguished friend from Illinois (Senator Uicns, Democrat, raising certain questions about Maine lobsters and Maine potatoes. It might be n fair question as to whether or not Die Maine potatoes are not preferred to the corn in all forms we get from Illinois." (Laughter). Senator Lucas: "In view of the fiict that the senator (Baldwin) comes from the nutmeg state of Connecticut I can understand how teresls crowd, yet when the Dem- ] a mlU / question of that kind would ocrats have been In potvcr 17 years ! bc asked." (Laughter). Enjoy the whiskey that's KENTUCKY WHISKEY-A BLEND McKe.uon & Robblns. Inc., Exc iuslve Distributors, Little 65% Grain Kcuiral Spirits Spring Calologt ar» a/ailablft lo you now. AiV lor a Library Copy you con Vftap for two \veeVs. 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