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SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1948 J/,857,000 Bales Is Final Total For U.S. Cotton Crop of 1947, Agri Department Report Says WASHINGTON, May I. (UP)~ The Agriculture Department said ?*sterd»y in a final, revised report w;t the U. S. cotton crop last vear totaled 11,«S1,000 bales. This compares with the estimate made last December or 11,694,000 bales. The 1947 crop was 3200000 bales greater than the small IMS crop. But It fell 539,000 bales below the previous 10-year average The department said the combined value of cotton and cottonseed from the 1947 crop was the second highest on record—2 291 202 000 This was 2.5 per cent less than the record high value ol the 1919 p»st 10 years U »1,05»,138,000. , The department said yield per acre for the entire crop was the fourth highest on record. Greater yields were recorded only in 1937 1942 »nd 1944. Eighteen per cent greater acreage was In cultivation July 1 than In the previous year Texas, with an Increase of 34 per cent, accounted for two-thirds of the jump. Other stales west of the Mississippi also Increased their acreages These were Arkansas, Missouri, California. Arizona and New Mexico the 1947 clop?"™" following state-by-ilale breakdown for M'ssourl ........................ 440,000 Virginia . .... ....... , ............. 23,000 North Carolina .................. 654,000 SJAttli Carolina .................. 1,055,000 <Wrgia ......................... 1,278.000 Florida .......................... 24,000 Tennessee ....................... 104,000 Alabama ....................... 1,505,000 Mississippi ...................... 2,379.000 Arkansas ....................... 2.085,000 Louisiana ....................... 838,000 Oklahoma ....................... 1,155,000 Texas ........................... 8,426,000 New Mexico ....... . .............. 157,000 Arizona ......................... 226,000 California ....................... 536,000 Illinois, Kansas and Kentucky... 15,000 Winners Picked In Flower Show Held in Osceola Mrs. M. H. Rogers, of the Double Bridges Community, was the only purple award winner for the Flower Show sponsored by the Home Demonstration Clubs In South Mississippi County, Miss Helen Wells, home demonstration agent, announced today. The Flower Show was the feature of an all-day program observing National Home Demonstration Week ilUTic First Baptist Church in Os- Mra. Hazel Craig Jordan, district agent for Northeast Arkansas, was the principal speaker for the meet- Ing. Her subject was "Preserving Community Life.- other speaker. Included Miss Eula McDougnl, county librarian, who 3po ke on books ind services of the library. Mrs, Rogers' arrangement of roses wa« the. only arrangement taen- Uoned by th* Judge. Mias Gertrude Bond, who is home demonstration agent for North Mississippi County There were about 15 arrangements' entered m the competition. Members from seven clubs took part In the program. the 1 * meetin * »t»rt«d .1, 10 ». m devotional. B * Ve , Thii Bardslown club was hostess' ™ attested 1 * 1Uncheon - which members. m ° re ar Coaltown Joins Citation As Preakness Entry LOUISVILLE. Ky., May 8. (OP) —Calumet Farm's speedy Coaltown today Joined his stablemnte Citation in the list of entries for next Saturdays $100,000 Preakness at Pimlico. The decision to eater Coaltown In the Maryland classic was announced last night by Ben Jones, senior Calumet trainer. Citation, winner ol inst Saturday's Kentucky Derbv, already is at Pimlico propping lor the race ami Coaltown Is expected to be shipped there early next week Y Softball League For Girls to Open Season on Monday Opening games or the Blytheville "Y" girls Softball League are scheduled for Monday night at 8-00 pjn. at Walker Park. Two games are booked with the honor of inaugurating the season falling to the Hart's Bakery and Peerless Cleaners. The nightcap features the newcomer Ricc-~Sti>: outfit against the perennially strong Fitzpatriclc. jewelers. Teams in this league are scheduled to play weekly throughout the Summer on Monday night, each team having 12 loop contests. They "re playing a split season and the ..Inners of the first half will play the second half champions for the league championship, the play-off beginning early In August. Read Courier News Want Ads BLYTHRVIU.B (ARK.) COURIER NEWS President's Civil Rights Program Called Socialistic ATLANTA. Ga,, May a. (UP) — The American Council of Christian Churches yesterday opposed President. Truman's civil rights on the grounds 'that It Is "another step lowiird socifllfsm of America." The Council resolved Hint the program "promotes class-consciousness mi dlnspircs hate between peoples." "The FEPC," the resolution snlci, "is a vltdl part of the Communist program." The Council claims 2.000.C*) members of 15 Protestant denominations Council President W. O. H. Qnnnan of New -york Is presiding s i i) le meeting here. Bids for Oak Ridge Home Building to fie Opened OAK RIDGE, Tenn.. May 8. (UP) —Bids will be opened here next Wednesday on $5.000.000 worth of permanent housing designed to convert the atom city from a wartime community, the Atomic Knergy Commission disclosed yesterday. The AEC said, In answer 'to R query, that almost 150 general and sub-contractors planned to bid on the project, announced lust March 11. Successful bidders will be Riven one year to complete the work a was said. cense and Monroe Held foifeiled j 0. P. Cooper, Allv for pin chaV °" "" "* BRl 1> " rk1 " 8 * ". Cook.' M^. ad uiem. Read Courier flews Want Ads. Drunken Driving Charge Results in Fine of $75 William Meyers was lined 475 and cosls in Municipal Court yraierdny on a charge of driving a car while under the influence of linitor, and hearing for J. D. Fen-bus on a similar charge was continued until Monday. In other action Harold Darby forfeited a W5.75 cash bond on charges of reckless driving and operating a car without a drivers 11«-—- _-::7.~.. j ! Dr. W. F. BREWER • ! DENTIST J I OFFICE 20914 W. MAIN ST. I PHONE 2172 I Blythevllle. Ark. ! NOTICI: Notice Is h<jvfby given that the undersigned will within the time | fixed by law apply | 0 the Commls- jStnoer of Revenues of the state of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at 51* Locust, Blythevllle, Mississippi County. The undersigned slates that he Is « citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or oilier crime nvolvlng moral turpitude; thai no license to sell beer by the undersigned hns been revoked within five years last past,; and that the undersigned has never been convicted o[ vtoliilliijf tltc laws of Hits state or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. C, E. BAKES Subscribed and sw orn to before me this 7 day of May, l!Hs. ,<*,.>.^ Elizabeth Mason <Si,AM Notary Publlo. My Commission expires 4-28-50. WAKN1NO OHDIJK In Ihfi Chancery Court. Clilrka- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Elule Prescolt Plaintiff, vs. No. 10,443 R. R Prescott Befendnnt. The defendant R. R. Prescott Is hereby warned lo appear within thirty days In [lie court named In Ihc cnpllon hereof nnd answer the complaint of the plaintiff Elbie Prescott. Dated this 15 day of April, 1048. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk By Betty Peterson, D. C. WAKN1NO OKI/KK In tho Chancery Court, Chkka. sawb» IHstrlri, Mississippi County, My ''v/ VVl! ^' CI ' Plalnlllf. Earl Wheeler .'..* Defendant Hie df/oiKlttut Earl Wheeler In hereby warned lo appear within thirty ilnys In HIP court named In (lie caption hereof ntid iui s \v«r the complaint of the plutnliif Myrtle Wheeler. ' Dated this 15 day of April, 1048 IIAUVKY MORJ11S. Clerk lly Betty Peterson, 13, o O. P. Cooper, Atty. for Pltf Ed B. Cook, Atty. nd lllom. •I;17-a4-5!l-d WARNING ORUIIK I The itelendiuit, James Willis Bow-' tes. Is warned to appear In this conn within thirty eUyj and answer (he complaint of the plaintiffs, Loo 1 »i«wloy and M»bl« Brawley. I This the a^rd day of April, 1948 i HARVRY MORRIS, Clerk , By Betty Peterson, U. c ' W/tKNI.VG OKDER In lh« Chancery Court, chlrka- •awhi District, MlHlulppl CoiBtr, Ark»nsari. 'I'helnu Wise Plalul!?!, vs. , No. 10.416 I Jolm J. wise Uefendnnt I i The defendant John J. Wise is | hereby warned to appear within i I thlrly days In the court naitieil ' I In IliB capilon hereof and answer; "' MU "«"«"" »"« April, ,9«, James' IJcfoudmils I c. F. Cooper. Ally, tor Pltf M »' C °<*' Alli '' «" " You Are Cordially Invited to Visit The Accessory Shop I Feminine Apparel i Mabel Hognn Jessie Srlte i Hotel Noble lildg. Blytheville, Ark. IMPORTANT FM SERVICE is Our Specialty! 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