The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1946 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 7, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1946 CPA Explains Offers Tips to Farmers ; ; Om How to Apply ; : For EMMtial Work 'r. •A}Uvx«h restrictions on new Mint met Inn, repairs and remodel*« recently issued by the Civilian JjtodtttUon Administration limit term 'expenditure generally lo •1.400, agricultural engineers , esli- •Mte ttwt farmers will be necessary repairs to maintain ' pl*nU until building material i are overcome. - ; Under the CPA order No, 1 implementing Housing Expediter Wll•on Wyatt't veterans housing pro- tn'm. fanners may spend up la $1,0)0 without priority permits for material and labor to repair or recondition farm buildings, other Ouun ilwtllSngs. There is no limitation on building silos and blillflins or repairing fences. Such work Is Wrt included In the *1,000 total. Repair and re-modeling of. farm houses is limited to $400, including the garage. , . W«rk Combination Possible ';,"n\t »1,000 limitation will give fanners an opportunity to recondition their war-negle^ed buildings in many ways. For example, violating the laws of this slate, or of Arkansas for permit to sell ai.d any other slate, relating to (he sule dlsjwnse vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the prem- sles described as 112 North Second, Blythevllle, Ark, of alcoholic liquors. C. R. Kelly. ode combination of work could be: •••'.I— A new roof pf asphalt shln- gles on the barn. : >i:3 — New or repalre broader OOUS6S. MJ—Reconditioned hog houses. ;.,The average bam can be roofed with flre-reslstnnt aspphal shingles for about $500. leaving $SOO for the brooder and hoc nouses inf other repair work. Oi the farm home, which require fewer shingles, a new roof ot phalt shingles usually can be np piled for less than half of the $40 limit, leaving funds for other ex t£rior and interior reconditioning . J^Any farmer who must repair o replace production buildings ex M*ding In cost the $1000 lira should not hesitate to apply fo CPA permission, as the prodiictlo of lobd Is essential. If circumslan etc warrant, a special priori) permit will be grunted for male rials and labor. tf' Disaster Priority Allowed '.Applications for priority permi for farm dwellings should be made on form CPA 4386 and filed wilh the" appropriate County Agi icnltuv,. Conservation Committee. Priority | applications for farm buildings Cother than dwellings) should b« , fnade on CPA 4423 and filed with the same county committee. : ''Iri the event of fire, tornado, flood or similiar disaster destroying or damaging n building or home, the Civilian Production 'Administration makes special arrangements ilor '. rebuilding. ; Tin: 'cost, however, must not'*; exceed SC.OOO arrd the work; must be stnrt eel witliin' 60 days afUr the disaster.; '-- ; William K. Jackson, above, ot Boston, Mass., is the new president of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, following election at • annual meeting in Atlantic City, j N. J. Vice president and gen- ' era! counsel of the United Fruit Company, he succeeds pric A. v,. Johnston. .ijj. - Application Is for permit to be Is- controlled, and in my opinion nev- sued for operation beginning on the «' wl11 '*• It . ls fa , r 1>e , tl€ , 1 ; to I* 8 * 1 : 1st day of July, and to exuiro on the 30th day ot June, 1947. Philip Applebaum. Subscribed and sworn to before me Ihis tt day of Mny. 1946, Oscar Alexander (Seal) ' Notary Public. My commission expires 3[14-1U49. NOTICK Nolke Is hereby given Hint, the undersigned will within tlie time fixed by Inw apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas for n permit, to sell beer nt retail at 112 N. Second, Ulylhc- vlllo, Mississippi County. The underslBiied Mules Hint he Is ,,. „. „— . a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral'Saturday to vole Pope County wet character, thai ho 1m never been, In the local option election .May convfcled of a felony or oilier crime kill liquor tomorrow. We who have lived through the years of national prohibition know that the sale of liquor was not prohibit** 1 ' "Bootleggers never have been Mayor ot Russellyille Takes Stand with "Wets" RUSSELJ-.V1LLE, Ark., May t (UP) — Declaring that "prohibition does not prohibit," j. li. A. saiter, mayor of Russellvllle, urged voters NOTICE Nollce is hereby given Hint the Hide-reigned will within the time Ixed by law apply to the Com- missioncr of Revenues of the State if Arkansas for n permit to .sell »er nt retail at 400 N. Gth SL, Bly- hevllle, Mississippi County. The undersigned stales that he is n citizen of Arkansas, of good morn" character, thnt he hns never l>ecn convicted of n felony or other crime involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and thnt the undor- slgneci hns never been convicted of violating Ihe laws of this state, or any other slate, relating to the snlc of 'alcoholic liquors. Mrs. Carrie Eskridgc. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 6th day of Mny, 1846. H. G. Parllow (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires November 1, 1949. involving moral turpitude; thai no license lo sell beer by tlie imdci 1 - stijned lias liccn revoked within flvo* years last past; and that the undersigned has never l>een convicted uf violating the laws of this slate, or any other state, relating to llic sale of alcoholic liquors. Philip Applcbiumi. Subscribed and sworn to iKfore me UiLs (illi day of May, 1946. ' Samuel F. Norris (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires Sept. 8, ISMIj. NOTICE OF Fli.ING OF APPLICATION FOH l.IQUOK PKKMIT. Notice Is liereby given that the undersigned lias filed with Ihe Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas for permit lo sell and dlsi>cnsc vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at relail on tlie premises described ns 315 Wcsl Main Blythevllle, Ark. Application Is for permit to IK issued for operation beginning 01 the 1st day of July, 19-1G and to ex plre on Ihe 30th clny of June, 1947. Phil Ilnsscll. NOTICF. OF Fli.ING OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR. PKKMIT Notice- Is hereby given that thi undersigned hns (lied with the Com inlssioner of Revenues of the Stat In a 1,000-word statement, ihe . Il( iuor »" d ,, "" 1 bootleggers run wild and be unable lo control the illegal liquor fie," Ihe mayor concluded. traf- Ensign, After Serving Two Years, Finds Another Officer From Blytheville Seaman First Class Bernard A! Ijert IJrackln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brackin, lias been in the Navy two years and every he went lo a new slatlon o face api*ared, lie hO|>ed HU wishes have come true now and he writes his parents th«t he saw and talked to Ensign Mason Day, student officer aboard tha USS Cleveland. Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Day, Ensign Day recently was graduated from Tiilane University," New Orleans, under tlie Navy V-12 program, Seaman Brackln recently was tiansferred from Bermuda to Newport, R. i. ayor said. "If prohibition actually might be someone from ould prohibit, I would vole lo '.ville. time lie went lo a new slatlon or a nev: that it Blythe- J. LOUIS CHERRY BcpmenUac New York Life Insurance Co. Blyttvrlllr, Art Read Courier News Want Ads. BABY CHICKS 3 to S days old—M t» |1Z per K*. Several breeds — Feeds, Foontx — Feeders. ELEVATOR FEED STORE Broadway at B- K. Trace* NOTICE Nollce Is hereby given thnt the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to Iho Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for n permit lo .sell beer at retiiil at 214 E. Main, Blytho- vllle. Mississippi County. The undersigned states thnt he Is n cllixcn of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been onvlcted of a felony or other crime ivolvlng moral turpiludc; that no cense to sell beer by Ihe under- igncd has been revoked within five cars last past; nnd that the und igncd hns never been convicted of Browser Enters. Russia, : iMay 1 * -ta P )— Em 1 former American Chm- r, ihas entered Russi\, lsfoj today, ,j,nti may 'in 'MosWw at any lira ^crossed ilnto t Russia d a| la.' Friday arid boarded o 'for, Leningrad He told Fm- border guards that he had a visa. -'Co1iriei"News Want Ads Iran R. Van Patten Your Sales Representative for Blytheville and all of . Northeastern Arkansas The ARKANSAS Autpmobile Club Affiliated With 'Amer. 'Auto Association A. A. A. $25 Reward or information enabling me to secure a 6 or 7 room unfurnished house. : • '• amazing BERLOU Contact " ;*-^i/iL E. V. (Buck) tdmlinson Phone 2335' — 119"EaStVAsh ATTENTION LADIES Cash Paid for Men's, Women's and Children's Used Clothing and Shoes 415 W. Ash St. AT THI SlftN OF THI FITIN* BID HOISf AFTER YOUR 40th BIRTHDAY . . . Life is often one ache after another. Drink Moun- ^ tain Valley Water as » natural slid in Ihe Ireatment of ARTHRITIS and NEURITIS. Don't neglect recurring pains. Ask your Doctor about Mountain Valley Water, and how it helps to eliminate pain-causing toxins. Order a case today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division BlytheviUe, Ark. EMERSON ATTIC FANS Are Available Again AT PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO.; INC. o snrftvinst with BERLOl Vlqthurdot-: protects clothinir furs.- blm'ikfets., riiLr.s. furni turo for. 5 vears 1 . or BERLOU VS-. for ,.1.hd .'d:im<i<?e. BER LOU eivcs . surd low-cos mnlh-Drotcction . . . nnlv 25 cents her vcar for fur co:it Not afiectert bv drv-clcaninir Hardware Co. CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale sec me. I have buyer?; for homes. List your property with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 So. Second Phones 416 or U930 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. *".TJ>. Berrtee Fh. ttl Mr*. I. M. (MM) Residence 4IS So. Lake Residence Phone 2409 Bring Your Poultry To W. T. DAVIS Poultry Co. WE PAY HENS -Today-- COX 24c ISc Itate On New Highway 61 North PfcoM 528 SUMMERIZE YOUR CAR Ak«/ FOR SUMMER DRIVING Winter oils and greases won't do the job when summer Heat comes steaming down. They should be replaced with the correct types arid and grades of fresh summer MO^I.LOILS.and MOBIL- GREASES.yEiigine.: : . Gears ... Chassis-;;'.i']gadiitpr;. . ; . all should be checked and put in proper condition for summer driving That is wh>4 Magnolia StJMMERIZE SERVICE means ... a seasonal preventive maintenance Service, exclusive with your Friendly Magnolia Dealer,, It assures smoother, more economical operation and all the Flying Horsepower in the new MOBILGAS. Get this protection against the damages of summer heat today! THE SEASONAL SERVICE ALL CARS NEED ENGINE—Dirly, Ihinned winter oil diained and replaced with Ihe proper grade ol Ihe new delergent MOBltOlL that cleans of it lubrr'catcj ... a war- proved oi^lhal resiilt thinning! under htghr heat( and'offer,* amaz ng n»w cleaning properties for vatvet,' [ingi, ptitans ona*. bearlogi.-Givei you a MOBILOK CIEAN tngln. tFict n itnaolner. running and mota •fRci«rit r . v^ith n«w got otic) wl *<ononiy CEARS—Dirty oili droined from trarumubcyi O"d> (lift«f»nt|ol and rft~ placed with frtirl lough MOBflOIt GEAR OLIS ol lh« lyp«l and gradvt lo fit the make and model of your car. RADIATOR—Cleaned with MOftll RADIATOR FLUSH. MOBIL HYDRO- TONE add«d to Ktlt ihe cooling »yi- t«m cl*an and soft from ruit and icole. CHASSIS — ConpT.t. Mobilubrica- lion of all vital parti, for protection cgalnit friction and w§ar. Is If Out ol Order? • Our mechanics are Not Factory Trained—but They arc GOOD! • Their work is GUARANTEED! • Their Prices are REASONABLE! • They are well equipped to do Light Repair Work on any make of Car or Truck! .• They Guarantee to SATISFY! NEWT SHORT in Charge of Garage. MARR'S Auto Service Prompt Road Service r.Washmgr, Greasing, Polishing. All Standard Products Phone 2611 : 'Ash at Second Deltrtr Anywhere GlaMM BIdff. MAGNOLIA Dealer USED GARS WANTED ' We Will pay yourtneluH OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If you arc coing to keep your present car let us give you an estimate on reconditioning your motor, body and painting. Credit terms can he arranged. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmohile East Main St. CMC Trucks Phone 519 JSumM it. 19«, Mjpioli" Petroleum Company G. O. POETZ MAGNOLIA PRODUCTS Phone 2089 Railroad and Cherry Sts. Store Your Clothing Now Our unexcelled COLD STORAGE facilities guarantee ABSOLUTE PROTECTION for ALL of Your Furs, Woolens, and Household Linens. Ho Charges Due Until Fall Launderers Cleaners ; 218-220 North Second Street 1 -HfKH. \ DO YOU HAVE A M£MORY ^^ AN EL€PHAHT? ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Let us figure your total contract including labor. Service and Repair on wiring and accessories. Appliance Repair. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. Sec. Phone 3371 If you don't hav« a long memory, you'd better auto • list now of the binder and combine parts you'll need for next icason't harvest Certain part* ar* hard to get but, if you give uf your list now, w*ll have them readyjor y°« before cutting ttarn.. ,, There't no point In'risking del»y» »nd crop , Get your equipment in_»«nooth running eooditioo early. McCORMICK-DEEXING MACHINES. -• PARTS AND SERVICE — •.. DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY J B1yth«yille, Ark. r jlcCQRMlCK.DEFRIN8 MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE POULTRY FRESH DRESSED DAILY FRYERS CUT UP Bay the entire F»wl «r Jnst the Pieces Yon Want Ask V* for Our FRESH Infertile Yard Garden-Fresh Produce Received Daily We Stock a Wide Variety of Pickles, Olives, Jams, Jellies A!l Gre€n All White SPEARS and Spears The V»rkly Grocery— Come »nd See Pickard's Gro. & Market Phone 2043 1044 Cliickasawba Ave.

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