The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 26, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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TL'KSDAY, AUGUST UG, 1017 _BLYTI1EVI1.LE (ARK.) COURI10R NEWS Surplus of Wheat Keeping Up its 8-Year Low > 4 Exporting Nations Save Little of '46-'47 Crop; Price Hike Seen By CHANT DIU.MAN (Unitcil I'ress Staff Correspondent)' WASHINGTON, Aug. J« <UP) — The Agriculture Department said today [hat the, amount of wheat I the four principal exporting nations were able to save from la.-' year's crop was the smallest In eight years. The report, compiled by the t\e-- parlmenfs Foreign Crops and Markets Division, raised the possibility that deficit nations may have to scrape along this year with cu'n less wheat than the'y had expi uc-l from this and other exporting conn- i tries. The situation probably also will have an effect on American consumer prices. If world compclltloM for wheat drives grain prices ii'Kh- er, it «-ili i )(! reflected in higher domestic retail prices lor meal, poultry a nd dairy producl.s. I The Department said wheat stocks in the four main prociucinc I countries on July 1 — start ol the ! new crop year — were only jvi - i 000,000 bushels. This is K.OM DUO ! bushels- below 194G and the .•jiiwllcsl ' July 1 stocks since 1338, T In addition to the United Stale? the world's major wheat producing! nations arc Canada, Australia and Argentina. Tola! world grain reserves on July 1 were estimate:! by the department at -!0,3(i5,COO short tons an increase of some 20 per ceni over the previous year. Due to Corn Trice Kisc This was due almost entirely tc a sharp rise in world corn reserve? principally in the United States The world corn carry-over was estimated at 917.000.000 bushels, an increase of nearly 50 per cent over 1046- The increase in the American carryover since has been counterbalanced by hot. dry weather In the corn belt which "has cut this year's corn crop several hundred million bushels. The department gave the following picture of other grain reserves in the four main exporting countries July 1: Rye — 18.000.01)0 bushels. This was -slightly higher than a year ago as a result of a near-record crop in Argentina. U. S. stocks at 2.000,000 bushels were unchanged from 104B. Barley — 143.000.0CO bushels. Stocks were estimated to be about I 10 per cent higher than last year.' Domestic reserves were put at a- 1 bout SG.000.000 bushels, also up slightly. 1 Gats _ 413.000.000 bushels. This! is slightly below 1045 although U.S. stocks or some 273.0CO.OOO bushels were still well above average. Although this country now is i cleaning . up . n rccorri-brcaliing-i wheat harvest of 1,427,000,000 bii-i shels. officials have all but given j up hope of meeting their original; export goals because of the disastrous corn failure. ' It had been hoped that American wheat exports would run Ije- j twecn 450.000.000 and 500,000.001 | bushels. Now they are not expected j lo top 400,000,000 bushels at most.: Not Yet Four, Plays Difficult Classical Selections CHICAGO, Aug.'26. (UP)—Thn-c- . year-old Margaret Hnrrls plnycrt lo- i.lay with npzaiiHil, her doll, unperturbed bi' the rave notices of critic. 1 ; ttcchilming her as a prodigy pianist, •Mnrtinrct hasn't learned to read aewiiimpcni yet. But she has leiirn- ed to read music. And that's what the critics were interested In. The tiny Negro~j?irl p'.nycd her first formal recital yesterday. She tripped out on the stage with Ho- zaria'n tucked under one arm, curtseyed, and then set the doll on n special chair where it could 'hear what I play." Then Mnrunrcl sat down lo the baby grimd piano which was equipped with raised pedals so her liny less could reach them. She tic-klcrt the keys for a few .seconds and .then swung into Hie music box nules of liach's minuet. •At Ihe last note the audience stood up and thundered applause. Her next selection was uy n man who halt been a prcrliuy- hiinscir ns a boy—M«iirl. When slie completed excerpts from "The Magic Flute", her piano le.Kher. Mrs. Mildred Godfrey Hall, hail to ask the luid.enc-c to restrain Its applause until Intermission time. /She appeared completely at CUM; as she jnrcsenled compositions bv Schubert. Tsch.ilkowsky, Hrahni's and other composers. She yawned, audibly, half way through "Avc Maria", but her plajinjj never ful- 'B«forc I lie recital Ix-uan, however, Margaret had displayed the temperament usuully associated with musical gcnlu.i. She refused lo jo on stage unless Hczarlan went with her. PAGE. Round-thc-World Flier Finds the Going Rough Over Ozarks in Arkansas i DALLAS. Tex, Aug. 28. (UP) — dipt, mil odom, rounrt-the-world siH-cd Ilicr, said today his plane was ciuiRlit In n 20 minute otorm high over the Ozarks Sunday. "It wns worse dun anything I saw on two Irlps around tlio world." Odom. said. "The plane bucked so badly that the windshield was shattered and lipped. If 11 hud broken It would have ripped off the slnss cover and we would liavi) boon sucked mil." Odoin's boss. Milton Reynolds of Chicago, was a passenger ^In the plane on the trip. They ctiuie to Dallas to test i!'c plane wh,Ieh Odom will pilot In the Hendlx cross country air race next v-xck. NOTICB OF PROBATE Or W1UL I Notice is hereby slvon that the I Last Will nnii Tcctiment of D«n M. Uunkln wns prcfeiled In common form by the frotato Court of the Chk'knsawba District of Mlssi*slppl Comity, Arkansas, on the 12th d»y ! of August, 1M7. An appeal from such iiro'jate can ' be effected only by riling a petition, stilling Uic grounds of such ap)>eal, with nils court, within six (8) months from the dale of thin no- ilco. : Elizabeth Blj'lho ' Clerk of said Court Marcus Evrarcl. attorney and administrator. I 8119-28-9,2 •dmlnirtnUen upon : Dui M. buntta, ' granted to tb* Evrard, whow • grain Bulldlnc, BUrtjOTtt*. All p«r«on» hairln* said estate arc nouliM the same to the •dmi orly authenticated, wUMai'*t months from the dkto of ttw' tt»t publication of thii mho*. ' will be barred forever 1 *»4 HWftd- •neffti la »ueh tjptt ed from any benertU la; Dated this 12th day Roiul Courier News Wunt Ails I Shortly aflcr his introduction to television. Pope I'ius XII tried his hand at remote control illumination, llete, he pushes a billion that lishls new Madonna of Messina statue in the .Sicilian port by radio contact from his bummer residence :it "Cartel Gamioll'o. Italy. which kcrr^ene was poured. Before dying. Bruce told Iniw he and his wile started outside when the stove exploded, but rushed back for (lie two-months-old baby. Both wore overcome but Bruce said he managed to draij himself outside. The couple recently moved into the new home. PLAY SAFE SAFETY SPECIAL Three Killed When Fire Destroys Georgia Home GAINEc'VILL.\| U.i., Aug. 2fi. IUP>—Hugh Bruce of. Dawsonvillc died yesterday in Downey Hospital here. Ohe third victim of lire that destroyed his iiouso Sunday night. Brucc's lfl-ycar-o!d wife and infant daughter died in the fire which flaictl up from a stove into Steady Shaving It's an easy way lo slay Out of trouble. For safer, worry-free driving, get our ' Mercury Safety Special now. We'll check and adjust . . . BRAKES LIGHTS STEERING WINDSHIELD WIPERS HORN FRONT WHEEIS FOR REAL MERCURY SERVICE ALWAYS Uarry Illnvka, 24, shows llincs Veicrrins Hospital patients in Chicago just what ho can do even though lie's armless. Here, he demonslrales his skill at straight razor shaving with his feet. OEAIER Still & Young MOTOR COMPANY" Itlytlicvillc, Ark. IK \V. Walnut rhunc 3J70 AS it SHINES Udutf Dy»nAi« K« •.^i-sair?^ ld.Il."«W»ve»«. J just ,rr viable. NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATION On August mil. 1341. letters of Marcus Evrard, itterncr fat *4- Uilstrator. r, • •-; : mmiitrator. HELLO I STEELE! CCMING TC TCWN ! WITH CETTEE CLEANING.. THE IHLDJCN EINIJT1... PLUS A COMPLETE LINE OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MEN'S WEAR We are happy to announce that we have purchased the Butler Cleaners, located on Main Street, in Steele, Mo., which will be operated under the Hudson name. We have installed a modern cleaning plant, complete new store fixtures and new lighting facilities. Due to the growth of our business, this step was necessary in order to accommodate our many patrons in the Steele area with the same high quality service that is a tradition in our Blytheville establishment. Better Cleaning . . . TheHudson Finish . . . In .8 Hours! They're yours in both Blytheville and Steele. We earnestly solicit your patronage. Introducing the new Managers I/. K. Galiimclcr, co-owner ;iml maiw Kcr, n grailiHilc of tlu; University ol' Missouri where he majored in merchandise science. Mr. (latnn.ict.or possesses thorough experience in tlic merchandise field, lie cordially invites you lu visit liiin soon. Our merchandise department will carry Hie fiainc <iuality lines as those in our Hlythovillc store: Suits ami overcoats Ijy CAf'FS, shirts and tics by MAN- HATTAN, siiit:i by SKWKL1,, trousers l.y HUHfiARlJ and FALCON. Shirts .sportswear Ijy MARJ,BOKO. H (I I S |, v POKTIS, l)c)ls hy -STKATOhlNF, ar.%1 'I'lN-: DOCTOR shoes. \\' c also feature KiiKlish and Imported Woolens HAND T A II.O1 UsD. HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 W«st Main St. Bly»h«vil>«, Ark. PhoM 2612 Steele, Mo. L. E. Gammeter, Mgr.

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