The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1947 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 19-17 DIA'THKVILLE (ARK.) COUK1EH NEWS New Hardships Facing Europe Soaring U.S. Grain Prices to increase Suffering Abroad WASHINGTON, Aug. 29. (UP) — Europe's hungry nations, already on notice that they can expect less American grain this year, were warned today that they probably •will have to pay more for what they do get. Agriculture -Department officials said the government Ls paying almost 50 cents a bushel more for export wheat than last year's average price. And the peak of Uie price spiral still is not in sight, they said. These officials said the world . need for food is so great, however that hungry nations probably wll J»y anything to gel. grain. It haf been predicted that half the world'; population will go hungry this win ter and next Spring. September wheat hit a new sea sonal high of $2.50 a bushel on tli Chicago board of trade Wednesday. The new hike was attributed largely to rejwrts that the government will bid even higher for export wheat. The Commodity Cretiit Corporation, : the government's grain purchasing agent, last year paid an average of slightly more than ?2 a bushel for v.'heat although the price finally hit $3. By that time the government was out of the market. List year's comparatively low average -was due partly to a government policy of halting purchases when wheat rose above a S[>ecifiert price. This year it has been going into the open market and buying at the current price. Meanwhile, the Commerce Department reported that American food exports during the first half of 1947 totalled $1,241.030.003. This was an increase of $30.000,000 over the corresponding period last year. Search for Jail Breakers gt. Elliot Lcakc turns laovj Ins bloodhound;; on the inili of -17 Nf't;r« runvifls who took iulvimt:iuc .he recent htyh \viiul and rainstorm on the Gull Lo cscitp; 1 from Kainsi'y State Prison F'arin No. 2 II was Texas biggest juil break. Hainscy Farm is -10 iniU i s from liuustoi^ and sonic of Itio convicLs, ain them several killers, wore believed headed for IIoiisU n. <NKA Tclcpholo.) World War II Veterans Attend Convent/on With Serious Minds State to Select Rodeo Queen at Livestock Show LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 29. — The high honor as rodeo queen of the eighth, annual Arkansas Livestock Show in Little Rock Oct. 6-12 will be conferred on a single girl between IS and 25. with good looks, personality to match, an attractive Western costume, a god horse and ability to ride. Under rules of the statewide contest to select a queen, announced by Col. T. H. Barton of E\ Dorado, Livestock Show Association president, contestants must be sponsored by a civic club, Chamber of Commerce or a County Pair Association.. Each city. Is limited to vie entry, and if more than one entry is : received v/rom. a city, /; the_ one postmarked first"irtll be accepted. Judging will be on the following basis: Beauty and personality. Western costume, horse and equipment, riding ability. Oontestants will ride in the parade through downtown Greater Little Rock at 11:30 a.m. Oct. 6, the first major event of the show, and in the grand entry to the first rodeo performance at 8 that night, .when judges will announce their decision. As a guest of the association] throughout the show, the queen will ride in the grand entries to the nine other, rodeo performances, and appear as a guest of honor at other occasions. She will receive a horse, saddle, bridle and blanket, valued at more than $500. Entry blanta must be in the office of the Arkansas Livestock Show Association. 823 Pyramid BU(i\ng. Little Rock, by Sept. 27. All contestants will register at their headquarters at the Albert Pike Hotel at 9 a.m. Oct. 6, and will be honored at a luncheon there. BY KOBEKT KICHARDS (United Vrcsi Sl.iH Correspondent) NEW YOHK. Aug. 29. CUF) — American Legionnaire Albert Brown, 26. of San Antonio. Texas, raised both arms above his head with '^ grin. "Search me," lie said. "No water pistols hore." 'And young BITAVII, \vho served in Italy with the 3S'.h Infantry Division, added there would be mighty few water pistols, electric shocker canes, or water-filled piilows tossed Jrom high windows for any of the veterans of World War II. "We're leaving that stuff to the older toys,' 'he said. "You know how they arc? They get a lot of fun out of horseplay and I guess they're too set in their ways to change, bui we younger guys h more serious things on our minds." Brown said that universal military training and veteran housing problems were first on the list. They outrank such antics as chasing n girls down iifth avenue by a couple of miles. '"We figure we played enough when we were kids," explained Wil- soii Turner, 27, of Austin. Texas. "Anyhow all. this .rough -stuff gives the Legion a blaek f -cye." Kenneth Collins, 23. of Gulfport, 'Miss., was phi!osophic:i] about the short-coinings of his elders. He said it \vas okay with him ii they wan'v- d to go around (.limbing up nncl io\\n other poop'.e's elv.nrs. "The old boys mighL us well have un while they're in the suddh'." lie said, "because I figure they won't be running things >mi-;h longer. 1 give them abcut live more year:,. Alter that, the World Wur It fellows will tp.ke over. Of course. \vc :.ren't interested Bulldozer Rams Wall of Garage; Three Men Killed nnsuurum, AUR. 29. <ui>> — hrii,' funs', ntctlou workers were Illrd nml another' \viis serlouily ijuivcl yi'.stentuy when Hie Willis ml tool ol mi Kusl End ipirnuo col- ipsi'il HUM It wns rammed by n iilMtzn. Tlic men were working in n foun- ntlon lioto three feel below iirnuml cvi'l when the bulldozer bumped Ino Hie iviill mul sent Ions of bricks rn.shinx down. Tlu ilm-e dead were nuii-d in i he nibble. enlly M-o our influence then." Hem-y Adnnis. n World War II •otcvnii from New York City servlnn is driver (or Mis. Norton Pearl of Detroit. out-i<oiUK hcml of the Ix;'.s women's ivuxllhuy, wns opi'n- y cynical. "Don't listen lo those birds." Jlcn- •y said. "They're Jiisl SiviiiK you a xt-somidtiiK song and dance. Sure Ihn.v led serious now. \Vhy not? It'-s preily enrly in the morning. "Wait uiilil the old uuys cutch up with Ilieiu tonight. They'll have them row in' and loolln'—iind sini;- like hell." I/nibrrlosl I.m'ulril The ljiti;ber!osl swiunp, made Imnoas by CIC>M<J Sliatton I'orlci', originally wns locatoil, nein 1 CScnu- vn. Iml. When It wi\.s drained. Mrs. I'oili'i unlit Llm'ocrlost cnbln near Home. City. Iml. Ilwever R. A. Hryiuit ot Wasl higtrm. I). C., v,'ho served with tl 82iKi Airborne Dh'Uion, wasn't s i-i'ytiiln. "I liolta tell yuu the truth," ' he said. "[ didn't come lo this convention for work. I want me a little fkin." James R. Moore. 3(3., ot Amnril'o, T('X., past district L-oiinnnnder of ills local jiost. lelt that Bryant was not typical of the younger legion- "There's no question about it," lie said. "We're here to gel something done. Of course, too many [World V>'av H boys nrc having n 8 oz 'A' Grade All White Duck 9' and 71' Bcmis Bag Co. COTTON PICK SACKS ELBERTA PEACHES $2.50 and $3.00 l*er ISushel \Ve Sell: • liy (ho round • By the Bushel • Truckloiul BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 K. Miiin. Phono 973 in a lot of fooling t-.rotmd. V/e ijoi ( touuli time gcttiiii; readjusted to ci- tou much wcrk to handle lev IhiU." ! vjliun life and v,efon't i ble lo coined Bui. j'.:sl wait until next year. You'll Are You Planning to Move? We offer you this piece of equipment designed for safe transportation in all types of weather. Ample Kiiniiliire puds uiul oilier equipment to insure safe handling. 24-Hour Service on Notice Upholstering MA new coloi'K lo ymiv [mine and prolong the life of your fui'nitmT. 1. Expert Craftsmen 2. Finest Materials 3. Custom Styling E. V. WALLS 21 si at (J Street BOTTOMS UP! 's Mine l<> Ki'l that Fall ward- rnl« mil and prrimte yourself fur (he future. Chri'k your shoes tiring llirm hi fur new solus u heels, rlvunlui; or dyeing. HALTER'S Quality Shoe Shop For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation nnn N. Firth St. Blythtville, Ark. ONLY Furniture is an investment m tomfort and happiness! Why nut Ret something Ui.iL nil! give enduring- pleasure \vhun you -spend llic N pn>cceds of your Terminal Leave Bninl? Nothing contributes as much l« your sense of \VL-ll-hetnK as an Inviting attractive background for daily living mill/ cntcrtuhiin^ friends and relatives. Ami here's n wotii ir- fulty complete outlit thslt will tninsrurm .any living room Entu a charming place. Sec it tomorroivt , i . >360 Plumbing For Sale BnHi liths, Closets, Lavatories, f>0" inch all-molal Acid- KoHisliiiff Cn'-inct Sinks with diinlile drain board. Automatic Oil and Klcctric Water Heaters. Also Septic Tanks. All 1'ipo & Fittings necessary to install your cimipk'lu lui tli room. Osburn's Plumbing & Heating 1920 West Main St. Phone 875 Stars Always Visible The moon lias no atmosphere. and if you could live there, you would see tlic^.slars day and night, shining brilliantly in a black, cloudless sky. Of TfTL€ •"' •• • •".-''' REAL ESTATE LOANS « TERRY ' AB5TRA[TtREALTY[fl' ZIJW.W4LHUTJT. ^ PHONI Z^pfj BLYTHEVILLE ARK. 1 IT'S FRESH . . . SO-O-O DELICIOUS! COCOANUT CAKE-69* Fresh crisp shreds of coconut, atop a smooth creamy icing that melts in your mouth. This is a treat Unit will bring poor appetites back to life! ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY! Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 HART'S BAKERY Liberal Credit Everything included at one low price! 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