The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1948 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 4, 1948
Page 11
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THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1941 BLYTHEV1LL1 (AUK.) 1 COUKTEK ;at Experts >tter Prices [ Grain Men With Prediction "of Agriculture Secretory »y Vim-lit KUA, (PASHINOTON, MarchT°iUP>_ Hin uperts in and out of eov- •nment yesterday disagreed with •crelary of Agriculture Clinton P hder.wn'« belief that wheat prlc- I could drop belou- support levels | the next few months. hey referred to Anderson's latemsnt 'hat present legal regions on wheat exports "very ,«y" will drive wheat prices be- nr support levels in May or June J crop prospects are favorable. • These expert* Mid this would hppen nnly II a recession set in hd threatened to drive down the htire national price level. •They said flour millers and wheat Merchants are not likely to get out I the market—and thereby depress •heat prices—when all signs iiidi- lile that the government support l-ice after July i will be much • gher than the present one. 1 Aids Repeal FIjrM I Anderson made his statement islerday in a letter to Sen. Milton I. Young, R.. N. D. The letter sup- •ied Young with ammunition for «s fisht to repeal the law requir- lig the government to hold a min- Vtim reserve of 150.000.0M bushels 1947 crop wheat In this country i July 1. The law wa* enacted 1st Pall to restrict government Ihcat exports. IHcp. Lowell Stockman, R.. Ore., tso has introduced a bill to repeal pe requirement. I Anderson said -'outright repeal" •as in the "national Interest." In face of favorable crop pros- lects, he- said, the carry-over re- juiremenl "n-ill very likely . . . prce prices below support levels," it a; time when need lor additional pheat for export is "urgent." J, Anderson sKlfl prices-could - •« •riven down by lack of buyers. Mill- fs and merchants, he argued, prob- •bly.would let inventories sink to T>w levels because they'd be hop- hs to get new crop wheat'at'che'ap- Eisenhower In Civilian Clothes Oicto/a Stockman Show*] Animal* in Lrtf/c Mack FACE ELEVEN inK in civilian clothes for the first time since before December 7 1941, retired Army Cliief of staff General Dwight Eisenhower waves to photographers. He will soon take over the role of piesident of Columbia University. (NBA Telephoto.) ROOK, Ark,, Umreh «. (UP)— A show and ul« of Short - lorn »nd Polled Shorthorn e»ttl* was under way h-rt today by the i ArkamM Shorthorn »r**<t»r» At- soclatlon. Warren 1C Olfford. rtean If animal husbandry at Ihe Unlv«ralty of Arkansas Collen of A|r!cultur« served »s Judge, O. H. Florida of Osceola h»d the largest representation at th* ahow and s«le. His enlrien Included IT calves sired by his herd bull, Jlli- tamere Mercury. Tin bull wa» on exhibition. Millennium Arrtrex ANDBRSON. 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