The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1948 · Page 3
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, MAT J-i, 1W8 ERP Countries Warned by EGA British Soldiers Evacuated (ARKT COURIER NBWI to Ivy Cotton with Aid Fwn4« WASHINGTON. May 24. (UP)— The Economic Cooperation Administration asked the MarshaH Plan countries Saturday to stop buying cotton on their own If they expect to us* European aid funds for such purposes. K told the couittiioE (o apply directly to BCA for approval of cotton purchases. Dr. D. A. Fitzgerald. ECA food director. Mid the new policy was beinK announced so than! a ''sound procurement plan" can be worked out for cotton. ••In this way it may be possible to avoid more rigid controls on procurement under the ECA." Fitzgerald said, "tliat might, become necessary later If cotton procurement is conducted in an Irreuular manner." Fitzgerald later in!<! reporters th.tl heavy advaiice buying, particularly by China, has pushed up colton prices "unnecessarily" in this coun- tl ' : tv H * estimated that China has niMr advance contracts for 300,- OO&Tiales, whereas the ECA thus far has authorized an allotment of onlv 67.000 bales for China. He said all the advance contracting has been done for U. S. cotion. The KCA directive was contained in a letter to all u. s. aid recipients. Present* FroMems The letter said some countries. through their authorized representatives have contracted directly with the trade for cotton with the expectation that It will lie paid for with EGA laiidi. ECA said such advance contracting "Is presenting some difficult problems." It did not elaborate. Countries hencefortli should make their request to ECA "with justification based on stock position and rate of consumption," the announcement said. "After approval of a program by ECA and agreement with ECA on quantity, grade, staple and timing of procurement, letters of commitment will be issued to banks." the letter said. "Thereafter, contracting and procurement will be undertaken." ECA asked European aid countries to advise the agency as soon as possible on any outstanding cotton con- tr.»£*E already negotiated in antici- tyKtm of KCA financing. it explained that the same policy will apply to cotton contracts for China. Truman W«W; But She's JtepuMicait KANSAS CITY, Mo., May M Ul>>—Mnrgnrft Truman, indepen-' dence, Mo., was married yesterday Reporters called MiM Truman ifter learning of her engagement :o Capt. Warren R, Atinear, Neg- niumce, Mich., and disclosed she Is a nurse-not the president'! dauKhter. 'It couldn't be." sim »ald. "We'r« Republicans, »nd I can't jtuc i British soldiers, wounded in recent, clashes with Arabs and Jews, board the hospital ship "El Din" for ovncim- tion from Haifa. Israel. The Arab-Jewish City has been the scene of bloody fighting. ,NEA Hadin-Telophoto.) Two Fifth Graders Who Flew Plane 150 Miles to Get Wanderlust Cures Papa Dionne Says Quints Have to Wait for Dates MINUTE MIGRATORS Tiny songbirds weighing only a fraction of an ounce, fty over the gigantic snow-capped Himalaya mountains twice a year, migrating from India to their nesting sites in Siberia, and back to India again, OKLAHOMA CITY, May 24. CUP. j—Two fifih graders who flew a .stolen airplane 150 miles and ianrt- |i'd safely got uut of n juvenile hear- ,wg Saturday and at least one of j the comic hook pilots will lake a long trip soon lo allay a case of | wanderlust. Juvenile Officer John Zwick call- led off a hearing slated today for I Jimmy Boclard. 11. and Ronajt* Peterson, 12, after conferences with parents. Jimmy and Ronald told officers after the stolen airplane was foiMid that they had learned to fly nv reading comic books and aviation magazines. Burnoy P.^Bordard. attorney and I father of Jimmy, told Zwick he 'proposes to send his son on an extended vacation this summer with relatives. "He hopes la gel some of the wanderlust out oT jimmy's system" Zwick explained. | Mrs. Mike Knight, mother of Ronald, may send her tousled, blond youngster for an extended visit at a friend's ranch near Shamrock Tex. The I wo boys stole an Ercoupe plane here Tuesday afternoon and flew it as far as Cheyenne, okta.. near the Texas Panhandle, before unandoning plans for an aerial runaway. Mrs. Trd Goller. wife of the airplane's owner, said her husband CALLANDEH, Out, May 24 _ would return the ship here lortay i *UP>—Oliva Dtonnc said Saturday | by truck for repairs estimated to^ Ilis qW'itunlet rtaughto-s, who will cost $800. The boys, she said, did : be M years old Friday, will Vmve to | that much damage when they tried wait two years ' to taxi it about a plowed field after i st " l ,'f landing safely. 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HELEN HOLMES, Dept. 3B, P. O. Box 4521. Plaza Station, St. Louis 1, Mo. Just give your name and Whenever an «cllps«i cwcurj you liny know that In IB years' .nrt 10 days from that data » similur ecllps« will occur. quints, who nUeiuled nrivst* classes with n |ue girls. knSw no \ e , x "l )L t>'«'f brothers, iouBliU , of i^ Jllst h . creil tlielr heads yet," h« M |d U. of A. AH Students' Pmintingt , Arlc, May M U;P)-Thr«e University ol Arfc-' •nui arl ami angliKerlnx »lud- «nl« «r« iliowtii« palntltigc and sculpture at th« Jacquen Scllnmanh Oallerles In Ne* York, It, wus »n- nonnced here Suturrtoy. They ar« Joel Qlrrord of Rosebud, Karolrf - Kell«- of Kayetl*- ville uid Huptrt Hallcy of Foil Smith After UK New York exhibition Ilia work* will tour museums mnl' school, throughout the nation Iwrmy-rire *lnte« nr« reprc.seiUeii In the showing. Noilw *t AdmlnUUaUon Nolle, It hereby g tven that Letters of Aclmlnlslnitlon were gi-Riitcd to the umlerslgiied ufwti tlie estate o( D*ll a. Scotl on the 6th day of M«y, 1848 by the- piobat* Court, for the Ohlckuawba District ol Mis- slsslppl county, Arkansas. All wrsotis having clatma against (.aid cstnte are required to 'exhibit leni, property authenticated, la uifn Ul l der5l 8»« <1 'or allowance wlllilii *lx montlit from lh« date of Die first publication of thl* notice or they ah.ll be barred forever and precluded from any benefit* in such eMnle. Th« definite address of tlie umlculgned adinhitstrator \x 320 We«t Walnut Street, Blytlxville, Dated lhl« 7th day of May, 1948. « M. Holt, „ ,, Administrator. Held * Boy, Attorneys. 6|10-11-24 WARNING ORDRIt The delcndnnt, p. K Qrlssoin, Is hoieby wavncri lo niLear in iho Municipal court of I he city of niythcvlllo, Arkniuas, within Ililrty (lie plaintiff, Toliir H. lliicVann?!, filed junlnsl him In said court, cnse No. 1048, and u|xm Uls faiun. l« do >o, Mid eompiatot confewed. 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