The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1947 · Page 10
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TEN BLYTI1EVILLE (ARK.)' COURIEU NEWS on Growers Hear Anderson #,; National Council Gets -.'Encouragement From • Agriculture Secretary •"(? , iGALVESTON, Tex., Jnn. 29. (OP) ;—The promise ot a return to cotton -trading <wlth Germany and Japan bjr private firms In this country was B)*de by Secretary of Agriculture •Clinton P. Anderson before tbe Jitnth annual National Cotton Council in Galveston yesterday. J "It is likely tliat in Germany tlie .cotton industry may be the first to be. returned to . a private trading status," Anderson said. t "Under current proposals, n com- •binaUon of private and public funds ^•rould be used to finance private ex- .ports, and textile would be sold in ^world markets to pay for tlio raw •Cotton and provide returns to the military government," he said. As a result of the government export program on'a barter basis )a restore operation in German and Japanese mills, cotton shipments during the current season will amount to about one-half the-prewar normal. Anderson said the program for 'Japan called for shipping 890,000 |bales In 12 months, or almost as .much as was shipped from the U. S. 'to Japan In 1939. • He sain the total shipped to the ,U. S. Occupation Zone in Germany • before Spring would be 220,000 bales. 'Anderson pointed out that our 1939 'shipments to Germany were less .than 19,000 bales. The average lor -the preceding five years was a little Jover 548,000 bales, he said. , "If other responsible countries 'hid worked as aggressively nnd as Jeffecti\ely to restore the copra In- jdustry in the Pacific areas, we might oiow sec hope for Quicker relief In •the world shortage of fats and oils," ^Anderson asserted. ' Anderson urged all-out support lor the United Nations groups which Tire seeking "to create a world al- Jnosphere to which commerce can Jjrrathe." " Government Cotton Sold , The agriculture secretary added Another bright note to the future «f American cotton when he told more than 600 delegates from 18 Cotton-producing states that the government had liquidated its cotton-holdings." - "At the time of the cotton conference at the end of 1944, government holdings and cotton under loan amounted to T.500,000 bales. Today the Commodity Credit Corporation 1 is s'old out of cotton." ^ Anderson revealed that some of the cotton'was disposed pi in export trade, but most of it fvas sold in this-country ."without breaking pri- ies." He said it was remerkable that the CCC had made money hi the liquidation process. z .JWe have supported the market by last Dec. 31 we had mnde (IpJOOO while we were doing it." •~ jiciculture secietary assured ' they need not on cotton's posl- Jicm tn industry by the various synthetic fibers. ;; He admitted thafftfjmtlietic fibers *ere versatlle,iW£ Bf said plant scientists could produce special cotton fibers to meet the varied needs. ^ Anderson said n government re- Seacch program to develop new uses and-markets for cotton had been authorized by Congress. IV \ I Hairs Have Muscles I - t Every hair on the human or an- ( fnal body has a muscle. This is sftonn in the action of tlic hairs In fright. The cat, through muscular action, raises theSltairs on its back when angry or excited. May Pleads Innocent MUNI WAI. COUR1 CKIMINAl MVIS10N WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1947 Eight Overcome As Fire Routs Dwellers PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 29. (UP) —Klglil persons were overcome early loiiny In a fire which rouiod nearly 100 poisons, attired In night, clothing, from a four-story, rnicl- clty apartment house, IMiTinen carried the eight conscious persons to safety helped 35 others down fire-escapes! niul ladders hoisted to upper windows. The blaze, which apparently i ted In furniture and equipment stored in the basement, lillea 1 the entire building acrid smoke. with hcuvy, un- per cent of AAF accidents were caused by bad weather. Eiikcr said the Air Forces had tried out the bad weather radio Instrument landing .system favored by the Civil Aeronautics A'dmlnistra* lion and the around controlled approach rnclnr system devised by the military. The Air Forces plan "to expand the OCA system to include all our activities," Baker testified. "Aviation which enjoys the fruits of tremendous publicity for Its constructive achievement," Burden tes- tlllcd, "also suffers the disadvantage of the same widespread publicity of Us difficulties." llurden conceded that the progress of air safety In the United Stales Is not satisfactory. But ho insisted that It would be "both unfair and at variance with the facts " to consider the safety performance of American aviation "a uuor one." Former Congressman Andrew J. May, right, leaves Municipal court in Washington. D. C., nfler pleading innocent to charges that lie aim three key figures of tltt Gnrsson Munitions combine entered into a corrupt conspiracy to defraud the government hi war contracts. Aisu at the arraignment was May's attorney, Warren E. Mngee, left. <NEA I Telephoto.) Mother Faces Trial JACKSON, Tenn., Jan. 20. (UP) —'Mrs. Dorothy G r a b c n h o r s t Speights, 40-year-old mother ol Uvo, faced a possible speedy trial today after being indicted for first degree murder in the shooting ol hnr Ims'oand during n weekend brawl . The Madison County Grand Jury mulcted Mrs. Speights with almost- imprccctl<!iUi!d speed yestcrduy. WARNING OIlDKIt III the Chancery Court, CliU'ka- S:IU!M District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. EDWARD f. KOLDA. rtaintirr, vs. No. 09.'!7 SOI'IIIK HUKHV KOLDA, Defendant. Tlxe defendant Sophie Burry Kolda Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer tlic complaint of the plain- tiff Edward !•'.' Kold:i. 13ate this 21st day of January, Harvey Morris, Clerk. Mary Lee Jarratl, 13, c. Percy Wright, Atty. for pltf. H. G. Partlow, Atly. ;ui Utcm. . l|22-29-2:5-l'2l COLDS Relieve misery, as most mothers l '''' do. Rub the throat, chest and back with time-tested VAPORUB Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Site T. L. MABRY t't3 MISSOURI ST. PH. 36.J7 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY CALL " ''FOR BABY BEAR AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS 31/2 Gal. 5 Gal. 7Gal. ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE U. S. Air Travel Much Safer Than Abroad, Official Insists everything in "INSURANCE" UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Over Guard Jewrlry Store A. F. DIETRICH, Mg r . 113 East Main Phone 2302 EXCAVATION 'Efree Estimates S. J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG..BLYTHEVILLE ARK. •••<Ptian& 3646 0*42525 CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS 12 Incnca np to 48 Inches *f^that ay. mro»ds o WASHINGTON. Jan. 29. (UP) — Assistant Secretary or Commerce William A. M. Burden said today that foreign air lines are "three to 20 times as dangerous" as domestic lines. He also tolci the House Interstate Commerce Committee that tlic public often does not distinguish between accidents on U. S. scheduled air lines and those on non-scheduled U. S. air lines. Therefore, he said, the accident record of scheduled air lines looks worse than It actually is. Burden's testimony that foreign air lines arc more dangerous than American came alter a week end In milch scores were killed in crashes at Copenhagen, London, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Bogata. A Senate Commerce Subcommittee beard testimony meanwhile that pilot error wns u major factor in air crashes. Lt. Gen. Ira C. Eaker. deputy commander of the Army Air Forces, told the Senate Investigators that 70 per cent of Army air accidents arc caused by pilot error. Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB In recent months, Enker said, 12 Beware Coughs * from common colds That Hang On Croomulslon relieves promptly bo- cause It goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and, expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender. Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell yon o bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way U quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION torCou&ta.ChKtColds.Bronchitis Why Gamble wilh Old Man Winter JUST GALL 949 and. have your Coal delivered. Guaranteed to Satisfy We also buy poultty at all times. Lewis Poultry 419 E. Main Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes Open 8 a. m. Close 5:30 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday Nights Open Till 0 o'clock 323 North 2nd St. MEMO: International Trucks get expert attention at Delta Implement Co., Inc. Train^ed mechanics and genuine International Parts available! . . g We're always tried to give our customers the best in everything. Our repair department consisls of only iiie iwat mechanics . . . handling the genuine Inter- national parts who take pride in their work as a job done! You'll save by getting the ucst work done L the right place— Delta Implements, Inc. DELTA IMPLEMENTS INCORPORATED Mr* «" \vm\aiVlil vlt, FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 at Stale Line Phone Blytheyille 714 TRY MANHATTAN FINER COFFEE, AMERICAN LADY CANNED FOODS Found at PICKARD'S Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawbm Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Compfefe Protect/on CHAS. BITTNER BRING US YOUR POULTRY! We Vay Highest I'riccs for all Ilcns, Koostcrs, Ducks and Gccsc Save Tlmt Middleman's Profit. Our Prices Governed by Market Value Highway (il North Phone 3762 W T DAVIS No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDREW J. FLORIDA, Vice-Presidcnt PHONE 210 Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Fb. 101 Mrs. J. M. (Mac! Williams, owner Glencoc Bids. CALL 2611... STOP AT 2611 Don't Hesitate to Ask for Free Service Listen—We tan wash your car in 30 minutes. We use Genuine Alcniitc Grease to lubricate your tar. Yes, we have the tires—Dayton — Hood — Goodyear. We also have Mew lialtcrics. Standard ESSO Gas & Oils, Also Quaker State MARR'S Phone 2611 AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sis. We are Dealers for THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 . OSCEOLA, ARK. EELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407 Yes, We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! 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