The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 1, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 1, 1952
Page 11
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WEPNESPAT, OCT. 1, 1988 Harvest Is Big Fall News from Russia MOSCOW un-m biggest Be ws* ' Ru»l. this fan b the LrVeT Almost everywhere," the *grl- sultural »ci»nti»t I. Y»tauhkla the Estonia Republic* to Kh.barovsk region in the Far East, collective and «uie (arms i«v« raised a hf»h harvest." Statistic, on the result, even n lhe most general lorm, will not « »Vtllable for some weeks or •vent months, but Russians in Uoscow already are freely cl.lm- fp that the. all-time record for train crops in the USSR will be broken. For over four years now the Soviet grain harvest has hovered ust over the magical figure of seven billion poods, as announced by responsible officials here. (A pood is 36 English pounds.) This Is the figure which up to low In the Soviet' Union' has indicated a good crop. It is the equivalent of roughly US million. metric" tons. ; The all-time grain.harvest high was scored two years ago in 1950 with a crop of 7.6 billion poods U2« Million metric tons.) In 1951 bad crop weather in certain important areas cut the grain I harvest to 1.4 billion poods or 121 ' million metric tons. However, the wheat crop was higher than in 1850,-it was claimed, and (he cotton crop was better. The sugar beet crop also was slightly over the previous year. * This year, though the evidence »s it has appeared in the press to date is fragmentary, there seems • possibility the USSR may far exceed its previous atlainments, not only In grain but also in other vital crops. Statements such as that which Ijcently appeared in Red Star J^Bur country is reaping a good harvest this year" have been ap- frequency. Articles, from the harvesting areas tell of combine operators having to cope with grain yields which put list years crops far behind nnd which raise particular problems in harvesting because the stalks are frequently lying instead of standin. • Yakushkin in his artlclq said: "Notwithstanding the very dry weather in the autumn of last year, In the plains regions of the Ukraine, in .the Rostov region anrj particularly in the Krasnodar region the majority of collective farms Wave grown a winter-wheat.harvesl averaging from 25 to 27 centners per hectare." (The signifigance of this statement Is dual: The districts he mentions are among the most important of the entire country. The harvest figure he names — the equivalent of 31 to 40 bushels per acre—is indeed colossal.) Few Reds In Celebration I -HONG KONG If,— Only • handful of this crown colony's V/i million Chinese turned out today to mark the third anniversary of the founding of the Ked government In Peiping. JBul the decorations were more resplendent than ever, There appeared to be fewer celebrants than last yar, most of them employes of Communist bonks and travel agencies. Reward Ottered tor Cure Ot Sleeping Si'cfcneji BRUSSELS (fft— The Belgian government has announced a $20000 iward for th» first discoverer of » cure for ilseplng sickness. The »w»rd will he given by the Belgian Ministry of Coloniei after a committee composed of three doctors and one layman confirm the success of the proposed cure Scien- tlsts-of all n«tlonalUk« «re invited to send their suggestions. WARNING ORDER . The defendant, Robert Ue« Reid, li warned to appeir in the Chancery Court, Chlckasawba District, MissUaippi County, Arkams*. within thirty days, snd answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Billie Marie Reid. Wltnew my hand, u clerk of »ald court, »nd the se»I thereof, *hls »Dd day of September, 1952. Harvey Morrii, Clerk Re»d Courier News Classified Ads. Tom- who lost both hands beneath a switch engine five years OEO. proves he can bat and throw a baseball well enough to play with the other Kids. In throw* ing, he places the ball in the crook of his arm and gets it oft with i pushing motion. He can write, play the drums. ' n-.i a lawn mower and wants a two- wheeled bike instead of the three-wheeler :,e now rides. V THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI'COUNTY ARKANSAS Gertrude WilJcins, Ptf. vs. No. 12,114 James w.' Wilkins, Dft. • WARNING ORDER The Defendant. James W. Wil*ins, is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Gertrude Wilkins, and upon his failure so to do. said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as Clerk ot the Chancery Court, Chickasnwba District. Mississippi County, Arkansas, and seal of said court this 16th day I o! r, 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk Cherry Sue Barnes, O. O. James M. Gardner, atty. for ptf. T.'J. 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