The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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THURSDAY, JUNE M, MW BLITHE VILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NKWS FAOE US. Food Growth May Be Boosted By Korean War By OVID A. MARTIN WASHINGTON, June 29. (AP>— Agriculture's postwar »<3Juslnient to 4k. lower level of food production IKy be ilowed down, If not halted, by the critical international situation. While no changes in federal farm programs are contemplated at the I moment, Secretary Brannan and his Agriculture Department aides are keeping a close watch on foreign developments. Shifts In farm programs design•ed to encourage greater production could be made quickly. However; the 'speedup would hare to watt until next year In the case of most crops. Expansion could be made rather quickly in the case of some types of livestock, particularly poultry and hogs. Food Situation Good On the whole, the nation's food situation is as good if not better than it was when the country entered the last'war. It has lorge reserves of many agricultural raw materials and some preceded loads, stored under/ farm price support programs. Of perhaps even greater importance U the fact that its capacity to produce Is much greater than it was »t the start of the last war. Technological developments and increas- £tj mechanization have greatly W&ed production ability. Double Production Agriculture Department experts told Brannan recently that farm production could be double prewar levels, providing, of course, that ampl« gasoline, machinery ind other materials rere available. Developments in the International Held during the next two weeks will hav« an imiwrtant bearing on the government's • 1951 wheat pro-, gram. This program must be announced by July 15 to give farmers time to plan for Jail seeding. ( Brannan has been exported to ask I for » further cutback in wheat. < Farmers planted a record 83.000.000 acres lor the 1949 crop, but reduced seertings^to about 12,000.000 for this year's crop. Under normal conditions, current supplies woulc! dictate an acreage of not more than 65,000,000 for the 1951 crop. Worsening of the international situation could well lead the government to maintain th!h year's acreage if not to Increase it. Now... until further notice you can get* FREE INSTALLATION Retired Chief Dies Students Soil 'cAMDEN, Ark., June 29. (ff> — J. H. Smedley. 54, retired Camden fire chief, died here Tuesday. Sur vivors include his widow and r daughter, both ol Camden; a tarn (her, William A. Smedley of Fir.' Bluff. On World Famous The Blue Ridge Parkway roa<" when completed will link Shcnan doah National Park in Virginia an' Great Smoky Mountains Nationa Park in North Carolina. Formosa was celled to Japan h: China in 1095. This is the offer you've been wailing for! Now you can enjoy suptilt GK Black Daylight Television in your home . . . and save the cosl of installation! 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