The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1948 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1048 Support Urged For Trade Pacts Arkansas Senator Asks Support for Gearhart Measure •WASHINGTON, D. C.. June 1— 8*n. J. w. rulbright today Issued a statement culling attention lo the. Jmporlance of the reciprocal trade 1 agreements program In (he people of Arkansas. He said that the "continued effectiveness of Ihe prog rim nitRnft dollars and cents to Arknu- sai people." Tlie staietnent was prompted by) the fact that the House of Representatives, on Wednesday, passed the Gearhart bill for extension of the Reciprocal Trade Agreement. 1 ;, Act for one year, but with changes' in procedure which secretary of State Marshall has said will make! the progiam wiworkxble. Thursday, 1 Senator MiUikin, chairman of tlie' Senate Finance Committee tin-i nounced that two days of hearings will be held on the hill this week. Pulbright said thai the program was the "key.stone of our foreign economic policy." that "its hnuort- »nce was increased by the Marshall | Plan :tnri to hamper the program; now means a step in the direction of' economic Isolationism." Pulbright said that Slate Department figures show 52 per cent of U. S. rice production was reported in the marketing year 1941. For a similar period 42 per cent of U. S. cotton production was exported. Arkansas is among the leading states In production of rice and col- ton, and a proportionate share of the exported commodities were produced in Arkansas. Furthermore, regardless of whether or not the products produced in Arkansas enr tered foreign trade, the prices Arkansas producers received were directly improved by the fact that similar products were simultaneously belr, F exported from the United States In considerable amounts and. consequently, were not put on the domestic market In competition j with Arkansas products, as would hav« happened if the entire supply had to be consumed within the United States. Say» F>cU Have Value Fulbright »aid the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trades con- eluded last October at Geneva, Switzerland, was concrete proof of the value of the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act. under which it was > negotiated. He snld the Stale De-j partment had estimated that the' 23 participating countries occoimted I for three-quarters of the International trade of the world, and the- product* subject to the agreement constituted half of the total world ' imports. i The Slate Department has said' that prior to the Geneva Agreement reciprocal trade agreements had reunited In ten countries granting concessions for lice and rice flour,! while seven countries had given' concessions on cotton, some of the additional concessions obtained under the Geneva Agreement were lowering ot rates fijr'ffce Iftiported into Canada, the united Kingdom. France and Czechoslovakia, and tor cotton in Australia. Prance andj Cuba. The general provisions of the j Geneva agreement not only resulted i in additional favorable treatment if Arkanaas products, but it safeguarded and made effective prior tarifT concessions, according to Fulbrighc. BMTHRVIJJ.K (ARK,) COURIKR NEWS Blonde for Sale Good Cotton Crop in Sight, Expert Says LITTLE HOCK, Ailc, June 1. (UP)— An excellent cotlon crop vus in sight today as reports Indicated that pluntijiK is practically complete ami that mile replanting h»s been necavary. Following a lour throughout Arkan^.ns' co'.ton country. Extension Cotton Specialist J. Ritchie Smlih reported (hat sctnds are Koort with most rleanrd out ami choppinn pl-OKrrss Rood, especially in |hp SoniheRsten: me* where an estimated (lii-ee-fourlhs ot the crop has been diouped out lor the first lime. _ Smith sized up conditions as "gotx! and depending on the weal tier Iruni here on out," He said that Relive will b« Increased from 12 to 15 per cent over 1047. Smith .said the lack of nitrogen fertllter may result In damnge lo the cotton crop later In Ihc year. He added that, many tanners arc Memphis Pilot Arrested For Reckless Flying MEMPHIS. T'.'im, Jim* i. ((jp>| —Two membeu ot Ihe Teniipswe i ' (O. M.) Johnson was m'olmU'd In' clerk of MX common form by the 1'ioUste Conn Cliuute r f<xio»r Atinrn»\, of Mississippi coimly, oll ihe 241 toopei. Allomej. d«y of May, 1918. An appeal from siu'h probate effected only by filing a v»- PAGE NW1 Hljjhway palrol iliscloscki ycsurdav .?.',' ^ f(ll!d ''d only by filing a lie- dint they had triilled the pilot of a ' lo "' sl * 11 "* ">« Xi'Oimils on sueh 1 Piper Cub plane and arrested the!"? 1 "'* 1 ' "I 1 " 1 lhlil coml * ll " l '< »'* pilot on Gimme* of "recklesa mid tow','* mollth * Ilom <l»l« »' Uil» no- I'alrolnien R. G, McElhoy and M.' WHiCM by hand and se»l this J. Sli'deli said they s|»lt«(l Ihe plane! 2< d ">' °f May, '«*» near the otilskhta of Ihe city. \ u " "' "The pilot wns flying n |,iio3t at 1 telephone pole level," McElhoy said The officers slid the plane lad disturbed Highland Height* Mfth- odist chnrch-xoeu makhiir "three downward swoops." Dr. W. F. BREWER OKNT1ST sioo^ w. MAIN BT. I'HONK Wl Hlyltievlllt, Ark. j Woman Flier to Attempt ' Round-the-WofId Flight CAMBK1IX3J2, EllRlnnd. Julie 1. 'UP)— Mrs, Morrow Tail, 24! year-old woman pilot, snld today thnt she will try to fly around the world. In » SUM)] airplane early In July. ' I Michael Townsond, 2-i an RAP i n"!'l vel<lv *"' wt " M) ' wl ' th 11M ' » s NOTICE O et'ugh enougn c - wul fl ,,d TestHinent of Mrs. Dorothy Lawlor, of Hempstead, N. Y., "doesn't believe in love any more" but wants se- cnrily for herself and children. So she ran the "Situation Wanted" ad reproduced below. U said: "Wife for sale: divorcee, blonde, attractive, wants man to marry her and support her and two children. Must be willing and able to make immediate HO.OM cash settlement." She go! 16 answers the first day. Y-... t L. D-t *£. cnn KeturnS $ 6,500 VVotC/I Found on Street OKLAHOMA rrrv i>m» i mp, A n^L ^' > ~ " "" "' Status Right* Democrats To Meet Next Monday ROCK, Arlr, June 1 (UP)— Oov. B«n laney said yesterday h« probably -would call the first meeting of the States Rights Democrats Campaign Committee next Monday. He Indicated the meeting probab- IT would not b« held In Memphis IM originally announced. Laney said h» was considering Atlanta, Jaclc- aon and Birmingham as possible •ite« for the meeting. Th« Arkansaj governor also announced he had received two additional nominations for commute* members. E. B. Donnell. West Palm Beach. Fla., and Sen. Prank D. Upchtiroh, St. Augustine, Fla.. were named by the Florida Democratic Central Committee to represent that statt on the committee. Czech President Plant To Submit Resignation PRAGUE, June 1. (IIP)_A wtll Informed source »aid yesterday that President Ednard Bene« probably will resign within a week. The Czech president WM repre- •ented as being disgusted with the melhods used by the Communist government of his country In yesterday's elections. Benes lias been reported recently as being ill. Some reports have suggested that his condition was serious, but this has been denied by those close to him. Remember Rothrock's for PRESCRIPTIONS PHONE 4451 studded watch he found Saturday and turned over to officers waa worth $65. Officials of a jewelry store here v.-hich was bmglarl7^d Saturday sal dthe platinum watch was worth $6.500. "I guess I mis-read the price tag." Jerry joe. Smith told noy Ooff. police boys club director. Detectives Jack Raplanrt and E. B. Meals sairt the natch was part of the burglary loot. Smith, a Western Union messenger boy, said he found the watch on a downtown street Saturday. He said he took It home Rs R Sift for his mother, then learned of the burglary and called Goff. Short -Lived The average life of a single human hair is two years. It falls at the end of that time and a new one grows, In. if the new one falls to arow, baldness results. FOVV15TON SCHOOL OF MUSIC Offers SPECIAL SUMMER CLASSES In PIANO - ORGAN - VOICE Mrs Dalton C. 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For more Ihan 50 years doctors have prescribed I his natural mineral water th»t tend! ta neutralize patn-catising acids Phone or writ* today lor free booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP M»in »nd Oirlslon Blythevtlk, Ark.

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