The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1946 · Page 10
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May 16, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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THURSDAY, JIAY 10, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS PAGE NDfK Strawberry Crop Doubles'45Yie!d 700,000 Crates Picked In Arkansas; Outlook Good for Green Beans. LITTLE ROCK, May 10. lUPt — The Arkansas Crop Rcixirllng Service today predicted a strawberry harvest of 700.000 twenty- four qiuirt crates— more thnn dou blc the 1915 crop o( 330,000 crates. Based on conditions May 1, tho report was three per cent less than the 10-year 1935-44 averag production or 120,000 crates. The yield per acre was indicated at 10 crates, compared with 55 crates harvested last year and a 10-yea! average of 50 crates to the acre "Ruins on April 29th and 30tl\ were damaging to strawberries.' the vcpovt said. "Many bevvies have rotted nud the crop as a whole not loo good in quality." Tile harvest this year was early the report stated, and by May 1 was about over in tile southwest, one-third over in Ihc northwest, and onp-half competed in the. While County area. • The reporting service also predicted: Snap bean production at 112,000 bushels from l.COO acres compared \vith 114,000 bushels last year and a n average production ol 98,001) bushels. ' Cucumber production at 132.000 bushels on 1.200 acres compared with 188,000 bushels last year and an average production of 44,000 bushels. Spring spinach produclion at fiO,- 000 bushels on 300 acres comparcrt with 61,000 bushels last year and an average of 158.000 bushels. Winter wheat production at 380.000 bushels compared with 441,000 bushels last yeav and an average produclion of 527,000 bushels; and peach production of 2,881.000 bushels compared will) 2,9157.000 busli- / els last ytav and an average production of 2.IH6.000. Electric Co-Ops Denied Special Consideration Furloughs Granted Four In Arkansas Penitentiary LI'ITLE ROCK, Ark., Muy lo. (UP)—The Public Service commission here loclny continued to view co-oix>rntlvos In tlu> sumc llslil us lirlvnlc nuns, despite n rei'eiU Su- premo Court niltiii; thut tlio Af- sus-I/Mlslvum KIccU-lc Co-Oi>- evntive wus not H public utility. Ry Wuy 01 I'X^hllmlltm, COiniHlST SlOMC-r R. II. McCulldi'll Slllll IllHt Hie Ark-Lit linn nrlKlniilcd utuU'r I.ouLslium \nw. wlitlp tile Public i Service Commission's rtillns H]))>licit i lo ArkiuiMis co-o]icnitlvos only. Tile Arkniums Supreme Coorl ear- 1 Her reversed ix I'ulnskl Circuit Court decision, niut Public Service Commission ruling, In proiunuuiiiK Ihc co-op « utility. Then, Hie question cmne to the front. The new r<'i;nlation went Into pITccl yesterdny, (lint the commission pointed out thiil co-ops are Krown-up" now, nncl ntM'd no spe- lixl considerations from the sliile. LITTLE ROCK, /Ark., May IU, (UP)—six Arkansas convicts, [our of them sentenced for murder, had furlouKlis today Issued by Govcr- mil lieu Laney. On the list were Joe iJinllh. serv- ln« 21 yciim for murder In Hemp. Htcixrt county; J. B. Kitiiner, serving one ycHr for i'sciip* iu Lincoln ' ™ " with Intent riiillipa county. to kill from lo ;,;; Chin.s* General Resigns murder In HempsU'aU county; it. j. Soni», neuro, serving 10 years for NANKING, May 16. (UJ'J—Oen. murder Iu the second dcurcc from "" Viiw-Chiu announced yesterday Leo counlv: and i*. -fihn. Uiat he was u-»Ujnlng hi, post as for « younger man.". Ho at th» max time *ccu»ed Oen, cttou En- J»l, Communift leader, ot trytav to drag Ruula into the Ohlnew dvil w»r in Manchuria. The Pan-American Hlchway completed will be 3240 mll«» Municipal Judge Raps Parents' Negligence LI'ITLE ROCK. Ark.. Mny 16. (UP)— Two of the youthful vmx- dalists that have admitted ransacking the Oakhurst school here last Sunday night, were ready today to face the Pulaski county grand jury. George Phillips, n, and Pan Shepherd.. 16, were bound over yesterday on $500 bond each by Judge Harper Harb In Municipal court. Juvenile authorities were givci charge of 14-year-old Andrew Shep herd. Jr., another of the gang tliti tore the school apart, smashing almost everything of any value m Taking part In a pageant of "Life Without Further OPA," during American Veterans Committee rally in Washington against cur- taibnent o[ OPA, Sharon Terry, of New York City, displays a jtrassiere "priced" at $49.50, to demonstrate how prices may riso '.without pPA fionUols. Looking on is Truman Keesey, AMV, ^ 1 .^*-^:o-*:ii?r ; *?l .field secretary, '.'-.j. 1 .:... ."' LaFollette Offers Bill Far Reforms in Senate WASHINGTON, May 1C. (UP> — Sen. Robert M. LaFollette, Proj;.. vV;s., lias introduced a bill to streamline Congress by making it reorganize for greater efficiency and speeding the legislative process. 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