The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 5, 1947
Page 10
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trv m,YTHF,vtu,F; (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, Agricultural Economics Bureau Pessimistic About Availability Of Gfain for Export to Europe \ ' * , B; VINCENT BIIKBE • ' ' . v ' (UnH*4 fnm SU« C>rr»i»a»<««» WASHINGTON, Nov. 5. (UP)—The Bureau of Agricultural Economic* beM out lltil* hope today that the President'* food committee, the farmer*, of anybody elM could "save" »n extra 100,000,000 bushels of wheat . fer export, to Europe In the next eight months. • In Its flnst official 'answer to ihe' question—where are we going to get : . an wheat to boost, grain exports to itO.OOO.OW bushels? — the bureau '-: augtested:: '' ' . • 1. That 75,0*0,000' bushels of • wheat might be trimmed oft "the •mount which It previously had es- , timal«d would be required for U. B. livestock feeding. J. Th«t the other 26,000.000 would Olympic Form to be taken out ot the. n*tlon'« re stocks. The bureau previ- had estimated that reserves of 179.000,000 butheis of wheat would b* maintained for June 30 "carryover and contingencies," But here's the catch . . . 1M* Crap Outlook I* Bart Th* bureau said that both Die amount by which rxporLs could be boocted and the amount, by which the carry-uver could be reduced * would depend, in, large part, on the etrUook lor next year's wheat crop. And that oulloolc Is none loo ' bright. State Hospital Fraud Cases Set for Trial LITTTJS ROCK, Ark.. Nov. • 5. <OP> — Trials of H. S. Coleman and two former employes of the Slate Hospital for Nervous Diseases will get underway In Pulaski circuit court Dec. 16, according to Prosecutor Edwin Dunnaway. Coleman. vice president of the Coleman Dairy Company, laces 11 fount* of f»I«e pretense, alleging that h« »rcepte<i payment for supplies, nf milk He failed In deliver. Woodrow White is charger! with lalsely receipting for the milk winter wheat belt remained "critl-1 meat, cally dry." It said rains were badly i needed for completion of wheat, seeding. A bureau forecaster predicted that moderate to heavy rains) would fall inv most of the wheat] belt late this week, but he salrt it i ! appeared that Western Kansas and Western. Oklahoma would remain dry for.a while. | In Its analysis ol the wheat expavli situation, the bureau made ho men- I t\o'n of Pood Committee Chairman' (Charles l.uckman's prediction Ihat I 70 Arkansans to Serve On Legion Committees Burglar Suspect Sentenced to Serve One Year Idenllfied,foiir men, Including'Bell, | who .robbedXJcwtlry store In down-' 1 town Birmingham of about•>75,000 In diamonds^' • - , Tourists From 40 States Vitit Parkt in Arkansas ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 5. (OP)— Jeff D Bell, a suspect In a $75,000 Birmingham, Ala., Jewel robbery, LITTLE ROCK, Ark!. Nov. 5. was sentenced 'to a year on the <W> — * toUt of 221,000 persons County Public Works l^esday on vl»ited Arkansas state parks during ajiolher burglary charge, i the gast »ea»on,_a«!ord)ng to Parks iielJ was sentenced m connection 1 •"••••—* —•*—«'«™»rE:. - «llh nn attempted robbery at »! Stearns s«ld;» majority of the ocal liquor store. " f (tourists — aome aoo.OOO — visited Jean Mountain near Morrllton. Arkansas pott State Park near 'Gillette attracted about 5,000; Buffalo River SUtft park had 2.500; Crowley's Ridge Park attracted 7,500; while (,000 persons visited Devil's Den Park in Washington County. Stearns represented , by .tourisui. *0 »Ut*« wet* Motor Injuries and fat*litiea «x> at th« rat* of three * minute; or 'ISO every hour of UM d»y. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 5. (UP) — Tr.n Arkansanx have been appointed to serve on national committees of the American Legion, II was announced by Col. Hendri* Lackey — Arkansas Department national commltteeman. I On the distinguished guest committee are: Oov. Ben Laney, Sen. John I,. McClellan. Brig. Gen. H. •»»»/ "IIV Mi/sl He Kenwved , L. ' McAllster, HoVner Adklns of Morilz next February. Gold tutored Ottawa's •' Barbara Ann Scott. . worlct champion FBI fijrcnl.s ^ _ / , said witnesses had Petit Jean state Park and Petit MALONE Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 FREE ESTIMATES ON » PAPERHANGING » PAINTING InteriorYftr Exterior Painting Phone 3885 Russell Price COlUMtlA IHIWIN* .CO ST. LOUIS Jt Llitle Rock. T. H. Barton ' of El Dorado, and A. B. Lambert of Helena. Brijr, Gen. EJgan S. Robertson has been assigned to the universal member of executive staff of the security commission. said "meiely tlmt "the volun- tiary.' grain conservation program ma.v assist in reducing trie non-food Use of wheat and other grains." '. "If feed .use of wheat falls below . 150,000,000 bushels and the carry- mll««.ry training committee; LI. over does -not exceed 150.000,000 °° v - Nallur 1 Gordon, the mcm- biahels, as many as 500,000.000 bush-, bershlp and post activity committee: «1» of wheat m«v be exported i n l Pu'««kl County Prosecutor Edwin iM7-4<i!" the bureau said. ' Dunaway, law and order commit- This'ls a big •«, "but'ir'll does lee : " nd S* 11 "' RorM of Uttlc oome about, it would automatically ipran success in the program to export 510,000.000 bushels o! griln in the -13 months ending Jinie 30. . There never has been any question sjbbut petting .the 70,000,000 bushels - of other.'grain's for export. The government; In fact, already has exported or earmarked for export sAout 64,000,000 bushels of other grains and about 303,000,000 bushels of wheat. Two months KSO—before Presi- flent Truman called for export of <fce extra. iOQ.000.000 bvishels ot wheat—the bureau estimated Ihat • more lhan 400.000,000 binheJs of wheat eould be sent «U>road..n had suggested that livestock leedlng was expected to lake »S,OM,000 bushels. "Outlaw's" Electric Sign Gives Folks Jitters ' NF.W YORK (UPI—Jane Russell's motion picture! "The Oiitlnw," has been in and out of the courts since it W.T.S released by' Howard Hughes, but it was only indirectly' Involved in a complaint filed with police here. Stephen G. Kcllcy. a tenant 'in an aparinient building near the Broadway Theater, filed the com- plnlnt, alleging that n. large electric sign which flickers 24 hours a day on Ihe thrnlcr to advertise .the film Is emianse.ruiR Ihe health of residents of his building. The flickering sign causrd one woman to go to the hospital for a nervous condition, he sain, Police Too Kind to Son, j Mother Complains \ LONJDON (UP)—Slx-year r old Richard West's mother wished the police would not be so kind to her son: ' x When Ricnard was found wandering 200 miles from home, she asked police to lock him up and put him on bread and water to snnKe.him realize that he had done wrong. The request was refused. Mrs. West .said: "Richard has' run away so many times that I have'lost count and/'I-blame the police. Through mistaken kindness, they have given him such a good time t.hal he frels encouraged to da It again." . . 406 W. Main '_ ' •'• VRICE "Halm of Gilcnri" Is a small cvcr- srrrn Irrp rvf Afyira nnrt AI^U. Coyotes are better mouse catchers than rats. Read Courier- Now* ... in Wards Great Fall CLEARANCE! Learn to Bowl! The Most Healthful Recreation n/ r i at «:M p.m.; SUrU 7:M p.m j Wednesday & Thursday Bachelor's Daughter! wtth I Gail Unwell, Claire. 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