The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1947 · Page 9
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MONDAY, SEPTKMKI5K 29, 1M7 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Milling of Export [Wheat Suggested Conversion into Flour Before Sending Grain Abroad is Advocated Even Pigeons Have Pyramids in Egypt iVrl^' \. J,l r ,,U-Y » . v * -,\i • -i Egypt has two more pyramids, those pictured above, in Cairo. They're the latest in ultra-modern pigeon lofts. The birds are a delicacy for Egyptians, which may explain the plush accommodations. Authorities Hold 17-Year Old Youth For Bank Robbery BY JOE W. MORGAN United Press Statf Correspondent CHICAGO, Sept. '29. (UP) — A 1 flour industry spokesman suggest I rd today that America could feet I the hungry peoples of the worl and still have more food at home ]|,by the simple expedient oi tum- ps more wheat into flour bc- I fore shipping it abroad. An official of tlic Millers Na- I llonal Federation advocalcd tile I plan. Us long-range result would 1 be to put I more meat on Amcri- | cun dinner tables. Herman Steen, executive vice 1 president of the Millers Peclcra- I tion, said that Hie problem th? U. s. faces ill seeking to food the I world Is not merely where to get the wheat, because the country lias a bumper crop. "But there is a shortage of i corn." he said. "That menus far- i niers will be feeding wheat to livestock and cutting down Ihe | amount of that grain available for ! export. "If we turn more wheat into I flour before we send it to foreign I | countries, we will have more feed fcr livestock on American farms." This is the way it works: The current U. S. program is to export about 400,000.000 bushels of wheat during the cro[> year wliiclj began July 1- About 100,] OOC.COO bushels of this will be i made into flour before it is shipped under current plans. Could Jlill 200 Million Bushels Eteen said the flour industry I could turn 200.000.000 bushels of tins export wheat into flour be fore it is sent abroad^ withou ^jutting down on production to he homcfolks. , m ^ By milling that additional 100,- SUMTER. a. C.. Sept. 29. lUP) flOobco bushels in Die U. S., the —A 11-year-old boy sought for American farmer would get an- thwarted bank robbers' at Peacli- other 16,800,000 hundred pouunc! land, N. C., Pete Belk, was being bags or mill feed, for cattle, hogs, held today for FBI agents, and poultry. Belk, who said-he fled the • That is BW.OOO tons of live- pcachland bank when he acci- stock feed, and other outer cov- dentally shot his companion, 16- i crings of the wheat grain which! year-old Walter Hammond, came I cannot be made into flour. here ffrom Charloue on a bus. j Last, year, Steen said, the U. He said he wanted to sec his wife S. production of livestock feedj Before surrendering, totaled 5!i million tons. Thus, I Tnc youth told police he knew the additional milling in the U.| nothing of Hammond's injury un- S. would increase the mill feed! t i] nc saw it in the papers this supply by approximately one- morning. He said he merely seventh—enough to feed a lot of thought his friend had stumbled, animals. i. Police said detectives were on The catch in the plan is that the way from Columbia, S. C.. to the foreign countries would rath- investigate Bclk's possible comicc- er have the whole wheat than tion with a highway robbciy at the flour, Steen said. They, too, Columbia last Wctincsuay. Tlie would like to have the feed, such youlh said he used a car he took as bran, which comes out of the. from a Columbia couple to drive milling process. to Peachland. But that's a problem which will' — have to be worked out by the Ag-> riculturc Department, the State Department, and other government officials, Steen said. He predicted lhat more wheat would flow in the u. S. channels of distribution after Jan. 1. "A lot of farmers arc holding their grain until the end of the VA Establishes Program for Vets With Ear Injuries WASHINGTON, Sent. 29. <UP) —The Vctciuns Administration announced today U has established u special mcdlciil rehabilitation program for SO.OOO veterans of the last war who suffered hearing impairments. The eligible veterans may use the VA's services whether (lies merely require medical ullciulou to 'improve tholr hearing oi wliether they need- rehabilllatloi j to overcome the handicap of j ! permanent, hearing defect. Tlie eomy>leU* rehftljllilaltoi course Includes hearing ant speech correction. The VA said Us Department o Medicine and surgery has eon tracts with a number of insUUi tion:; for the rehabilitation course They include: , Institute for Speech corrcctioi Boston; Syracuse University; Vim dcvbUl Clinic. Presbyterian llos pltal. New York; National llospl till for Speech Disorder, Nc I Yorl:; City College of New York i Navy Aural Rehabilitation Con\ tor. Naval University ot Virginia; University ot Alabama; ami Louisiana State University. Former US Official Will ! Aid in Forming Company NEW VOKK. Sept. 29. (UM — Edward fi. SlvUlnlus. Jr. furnUT Secretary of State, mill Gabriel U Dcmils, Si'm'tuvy ot &'.nle Coi Ubcria, announced plans lor ; onipntiy to develop Hie natum esoiirces of Liberia. Stettlnlus, MOW chancellor ot llu University of .vlnjlnhi. said tlml he Ijtberlu company would be 'armed, with n capital ol $1,000.;00. The Uberln Ktiuauloiuil Foundation, to rnlsc tin 1 llviui; mid riUiuidunnl .ilnndai'ds of Ihul coiintvy, will also be formed, according to Hulurday's uimouncc- meut. Liberia company will nl- to exploit such natural rc- ns Uinibci', cocoa, mill mlu- Thc tempt sourci':; cmls. The iliitlon iH'Ullll llvlni! Mberln Kdiii'itlUiuul I'Vnui- wil ullm «l tinpi'ovlnii Hi" education and libels of by employing American Ivrhnk'sil i-liUtft JUKI capitul, its spoiiscrs said. . Heart Courier News Waul Ads, Always Be Careful. Never Become Careless. There is no pvolil in all accident- Passing Lhc Hcer today lias caused many a person to pass the Bier later in the week. Odom Schedules Another 'Round-thc-World Trip CHICAGO. Sept. 20. <l)['> — Flier Bill Odocn, who circled the globe from West to t'a.st In .record lime in August wlii leave Chicago Nov. 23 for history's first round-the-world flifjhl over botli .the North and South poles. Odom's starting date was announced by Milton Reynolds, his wealthy Chicago sponsor. Odom hits estimated the trip will take him "three or four days." year because selling it now would For Complete Protection i Against All /NSURABLJE HAZARDS Phoro 3545 W. J. POLLARD AGENCY Glencoe Hot*! Bldg. 124 W. 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In Britain, he said, a constant barrage against the government by opposition speakers and the press macie its efforts to restore the country's economy more difficult. mean a big boost in their income taxes." Stccn said. : He added Uiat leaving wheat piled up on the farms on the ground or makeshift bins is not a wast of the grain—it won't spoil cud oj the bent ... still shining! 7H£ SHM£ THAT STAyS because it has a hard-wax finish! GRIFFIN f.RirriN ABC WAX SHOP. POLISH gives you easier, brighter, longer-lasting shoe shines, Iwcausc it contains more hjinl it'ax! ITartJ \vax means easy shoe care. So for more shoe shine with less shoe shining, use GRIFFIN ABC WAX SHOE POLISH . . . tO get ihc sliinc (hat u.iysl SLACK, BROWN, TAN, OXBLOOO ir% Ihc eoiy-openlng con n c Here's a tip for quick, easy shinet— P-^' use ielf.polishing GRIfFIH LiaUID WAX FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY\ EXCAVATION 8. J.COHEN Contractor -LYNCH-BLDG: BLYTHEVILLE ARK. 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