The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 13, 1946
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MONDAY, MAY 13, 1940 Methodists To Meet Tuesday District Conference Will Be Conducted in Church at Keiser. I'lans have been completed for the Hist session of the Jonesboro District Methodist Cluireli which iw- glns tomorrow at Keiser, the Kev. Linlcy E. Vowel), pastor of Die Koi- scr Methodist Cliurch, announced today. The Rev. J. Albert Oallin, superintendent of the Jonesljoro District, will preside. Approrlmately 300 ministers and church workers from Northeastern Arkansas representing 13 churches nnd 33 charges witli more than 12,000 members, will attend. The theme for the day wilt be "Putting the Church Back Into the Community." The following speakers will take part: The Rev. Mr. Gutllu, Dr. Mult Ellis, president of Hendrix College, Conway; J. W. Crews, superintendent of Methodist Hospital, Memphis; the Rev. G. A. McKclvoy, pastor of the Nettlcton Church; Rev. Sam B. Wiggins, pastor of First, BLYT1IEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Hunters Back From Mexico With Tall Tales; Trophies Too When Lloyd Ward, 1315 W. Walnut, tells about the lions he has killed, It's no hunter's tall tale. In fact, he could probably tell hair- raising stories about "looking the ferocious beast In the eye as lie squeezed the trigger" and show the mount of the once, proud animal to prove he no longer roamed the plain. Well—no, he might not be able to prove he was close enough lo look him in the eye. Mr. Ward returned this week Irom one of his biggest hunts, during which time he was in the In, I terior of Mexico 21 days. He and I which are the men with him hunted over a • trophies. of Hughes, Ark., and Berry B. Brooks of Memphis, owner of Berry B. Brooks Cotton Company, husband of the former Miss Virginia Walton of Blythevllle. Among the prizes bagged were three jaguars, two mountain lions, two Sonera bears, three coutl-mundl. two coyotes, 25 deer, 25 wild turkey and a variety of small gnine. Including gray fox, qalls ol four varieties, white-winged and acorn pigeons and other birds. Mr. Ward can boast that he killed JaKiiar and one of the lions. now being mounted as 104-mile area, 300 miles soutli o( Nogalls, Ariz. In the party were Claris Mooi'e Pack and hunting animals used on the trip Included 20 horses, 10 mules, eight hounds and 16 burros. Trucker Seeks Permit To Haul Implements LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. May 13. <UP)—A hearing on the application of the Howard Trucking Co. of Pine Bluff for a common carrier's certificate will be held here June 5. Pine Bluff Worm Ranch Pays Oft With Higglers For Anglers With Cash PINE BLUFF. Avk.. May 13. «JP> IlltllL(; wlll w .,,.„, ,„.,,. „„„,. „. —A worm not only makes Us DCCI , r , ]( , f[rm r|lcd 1{s a p pllcntlon yes . and lies in it, but he eats it too. | tmlaj , wil| , the stHtc j> u t)ii c sclv . That's the cycle as explained by John W. Bell, manager of Arkansas' newest and most unusual bus- PACE named: Christian Education, the Rev. Sum B. Wiggins of Jonesbnro; Missions and Church Extension, the Hev. S. B. Wilford of Blythevllle: Quarterly Conference Journal, the Rev. Charles W. Lewis of Luxorv, Evangelism, the Rev. o. M. Campbell of Truninnn; Ministerial Relations and Local Preachers, the Rev. W. V. Womack of Osccola; Hospitals and Homes, the Rev. Eugene H. Hall of Lcaclivillc: Lay Activities. Carroll w. Walsuu of Osccola and Resolutions, the Rev. J. W. Moore of Joitier. and eat it a'l a*- the same time. The idea for the ranch was dreamed up a little more than a year ago by Bell and Garland Baker, also of Pine Bluff, but it was not . put into operation until last month. Being outdoor men themselves, they noticed the shortage of fishing bait in the area. So their decided io do something about NOTICE Notice is hereby given that undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at lOfi E. Main St., Blyth?ville. Arkansas. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, (hat lie lias never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving mural turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of I violating the laws of this slate, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Caglc & Copeland By Fred Copeland Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13 day of May, 1946. Elizabeth Mason (Seal) Notary Public. My commission' expires April 28.1 1950. it. and the worm ranch was the result. Bell and Baker started with 5,000 worms originally, but because of the rapid and prolific reproductive cycle of worms, the ranch now boasts more than 1,000,000 subjects. Each worm lays enough eggs to hatch out 300 a year, and thw grow from egg to maturity in about three months. Since the business lias been operating only a month now. Bell said his" workers have been too occupied lo expand the physical plant according to schedule. By "too busy" Bell meant that they sell about 2.000 worms a day to the retail trade alone. They are packed In moist loam in containers, 1UO to the box. ice commission. The firm proposes lo haul farm implements, tractors and hardware °n the state's principal highways. The commission set May 29 as the dale for a hearing of the 136 Taxi Co. of Paragould, upon application to operate n taxi In the city. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of revenues ol the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at Rt. No. 2, Osccola, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the under signed has been revoked within flv years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Mis. O. P. KodBC. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11 day of May, 1946. Robert I. Greene <Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires March 31 1948. Lewis May Ask 27-Cenl Pay Hike Rival CIO Union Now Has Schedule Higher Than Lewis' Miners. By t'HAKI.KS II. IIKKKOI.U United .'res* SlalT <'<irrrspor>**nt WASHINGTON. Mliy IS. <UP) — A 27-vruUi mi hour wugo Increase nplipnrecl lo be (hi- lulnhiiuin President Joiin L. i.ev.'l.-. of the UnlU-d Mine Workm IAFL.) would demand «s the bnsls for » iwmwneiit s*t- Ilirncnt of the soft coal dispute, sources close to Hie negotiations suld todny. Lewis, sou ciml operators ami RovcriinuMit experts'were known to bo working on their compulations ol withes, production costs nnd prices n untlclpntlon of some puniest col- ectivc bni'Riilniui; on dollnrs and •ent.s Issues. The strike truce, which begun lo- Iny, apparently clenred the way for Lewis to present his demand for a genenil incrensc in the basic hourly wni;e rntc nnd reduction In the, work week—subjects which he hud so I»r refused to discuss: Miners Now Ciet SI an Hour Lewis nml the producers tsnve signs Unit during the 53-rtnys of negotiations they had (-iilncd suliicienl In- formntlou lo dclcnnlna how much the union wants nnd how much the operators nrc willing lo pay. The day i nte for n miner Is $63.50 for a work week of 54 hours, 35 at straight time rates of $1 |x>r hoin nml \9 hours nl time and one-hal! The 19 overtime hours Include pin for underground tnivcl time nml mining on the sixth day. Miners employed in the higher- skilled occupations or on a tonnage basis earn up to $1.50 per hour strnlgla time. Informed sources expect tewls to ask that the S63.50 take-home for 54 hours weekly be paid for Die basic live-day work week of 35 hours nnd 10 hours underground travel time—u total of 45 hours weekly at the coal face and traveling. A 'it cents »n hour boost would bilns the busic rule to $1.21 hourly or $8.88 for the seven-hour i| R y. TO this would bo added (wo hours nt the Sl.BO^i time nnd one-half vale or M.81 more—u total of $12.70 por «y. A five-day week would yield Some producers feel tlml It would l>c necessary to oiwrnte the mines more than nvo days u week to meet I lie demand for 525.000,000 more tons of coal this year. In thoje weeks In which n sixth day would « worked nt time ana one-half, In' miners would stand to earn n additional $11.14. A 'il-ccnts an hour boost would :lvc l/swls an hourly wane hike of S'v cents more than received by President Philip Murray of the United Ste«lworkers (CIO>—which nimy observer* believe to be n Lewis objective. In addition, Lewis Is given i\ chimce of obtaining some Irlnne adjustments which would increase Hie amount of "folding money" which he has told the operators ho wants for his 400.000 minors. Read Courier News Wunt Ads. MOTlt'K OF KII.IN'G OF AI-PI.I- CATION FOR LIQdOK rERMIT. Notice Is lierel>y given that the undersigned has filed with the Com- mlssloner of Revenues of the Btn'.e of Arkansas for permit to sell mid dlsi>ensy vinous or spirituous liquors for beveruKe at retull on tin: premises described as 328 K. Main Slrci't lilylhevlllc, AI-X. Application is for penult lo be Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day ot July 1946 and to expire on the 30th any of June. 1M1 L. M. Chuppcll. fETTMiiiix TERMITE CONTROL Triple Guarantee 1. Cvariutrcd by Hruce Termini* Company. t. <-u»rantred by K. I,. Bruce Co. 3. OunraiiUed by Sun Insurance Oltlr*. BRUCE TERM1NX CO. License* <if K. I,. Brmr f.'uinpany llnx 1270 Memphis, Tcnn. Termite Control Since \9i1 CASH BUYERS lor YOUR HtOMKTVf ' ^' ? v For a quick Mle «ec me. I have bejye» fee heMH. your property with Me. My eMwieete* to •£. I have no nidelines. H. C. CAMPtILL ornn i Yarbro Women Meet NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION' FOR LIQUOR PERMIT. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or, spirituous .liquors 'Jor beverage at' retail on the premises described as 210 E. Main St Blythev ille Application is foi pciiml to tx. issued for opprifion beginning On the 1st day of ;July ( 1946 and td:expire on the 30th. da> of June 1917 ' Harvey Stem ait The Yarbro Woman's Society of Christian Service Thursday afternoon for the regular session. Mrs. Lee Stiles conducted the devotional and Mrs. Joe Freeman, president, led discussions for the vocational Bible School. Mrs. George Bunch led in prayer. .Mrs. \V. A. Hpllingsworth had :is (her subject. "The Divine Father| hood." i A guest was Mrs. Carl Singleton. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Ray McLester. It was announced thai the next session would be a social day at the home of Mrs. Joe Freeman. St.Joseph ASPIRIN 100 TABLETS 35< WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT I(X ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS To increate ftow of urine and relieve irritation of the bladder from Greets acidity ia the via* Art you tullerlni ui>nect«»rr backache, run-down [eellns arid 4lftcc*«- fort from excel* acidity fn the urln«> Ar* you dliturbed nights by a frequent deill* lo paxs w«ter? Then you tbould know • bout Ihm famous doctor'* dlicovny — DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT — thai thouiandt ,,y eivei blened relief. Sw*»il> Knot is . carefully blended comrjtnitlon ct 16 herb>, rooli, veieUblet, hal..mi. Dr. Kilmer'* It not Harah or habll-formlnf In mny way. Many lay Ell moriieloua effect U amazini. All druciliti >ell .Swam, R«,l. EASY-TO-OPEN pfoje by *• wok" 5 °' «»•"* LIQUID DYANSHINE Oy«ml been scurco bcciius" ol wnr conditions. 1 out dealer will l«w> »' ot(; ju>[ r.J scum "' '""' CAN WATER AID IN KIDNEY-BLADDER DISOtDfRS? ; , VKS-U it'. MMuUin Yftlfey Utaiiil Wtter, Ott UUMII* Mineral **|cr from HOT gTaUNOC. AM. MOUNTAIN VALLEY — HELfS „ "" — '-'- •"-*-- r. "iriiiai Urk CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division BhruVVftaK Alt EMERSON ATTIC FANS Are Available Again AT PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., INC. HEADACHE CapldUr contiin* 4 •ptriallr J ••Ixtfd f»i<t!Mnti th« wtek n^, —. q»diu»ltrf 'if) »U ...VfcE V\L.« liM. jY?^ HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. 200 K. Main, Blythevllle, Ark., Pluiiio 2001 SALES AND SERVICE OF J. 1. CASE EQUIPMENT Just Received a shipment of CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; 10 Inch $129.50 Im bo^cln fella* d«.[t-oo. Liquid GAPUDINE M. LarkLn ASMMTfO HtAVBS | ^^ I CHICKS OH* .«.t« H«rry «n^> 300-$20.50 (Petirivcly H* latent) $QQ _ £34.44 ro« PIOWPT iwf MINT 1000 - $48.50 Get Heady WALLPAPER Uecular 18c WASHABLE NOW Regular 30c LIGHT-FAST NOW For River-Washed SANDand GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. Hulcn Holmes for the big insect season approaching. Hove Your Property Sprayed With D. D. T. Like the U. S. Government Uses Boyctt Spraying Co. is equipped to do just that. You can help rid your community of pesky insects by calling Phone 3602 BOYETT DDT Spraying Co. Offices Temporarily Located 7 T J F. Vine St. Geo. (Buddy) Boyctt—Owners-—Fred Boyett Jr. Farm Ditches and DITCH BANK LEVELING New Draglines und • Tractors with Bulldozers . /mmedkrfo Swric* FRtt fstimcrtM We're doing all we can to serve people waiting for telephones JLHE urgent job of getting telephone service to those waiting is going ahead. We are nearing a milestone: Soon everyone who needs only a telephone instrument itself to get service will have it. That shortage is about over. In the first three months of this year we have installed 150,000 new telephones in Ihefive states we serve. This is as many as we would have installed in six months of a normal year. Although 170,000 new applicants for service during this time kept the waiting list long (223,000 in the Southwest as April began), we now arc getting service faster to those waiting longest. Six out of every 10 persons wailing for service on V-J Day now have it. Two big jobs remain: 1 As quickly as we can get it, we are wiring the precision, intricate machinery that handles your calls at the exchange. This takes time and skill. We must do years of work in the next few months. Southwestern Bell 2 In a great many places we also need outside cable and wire. We plan to have this ill and ready when the new equipment in the telephone office is completed. Where we can, we are wiring homes in advance for telephones, ready to connect them the moment we are able. Meanwhile, we are trying every way we know to s-t-r-e-t-c-h the service . . . and we arc temporarily squeezing in everyone we can with party lines, hooking more telephones lo already loaded switchboards and dial equipment, putting disconnected lines back into service faster. If for a while telephone service is not always as fast as you'd like it, it is because of this crowding. We repeal: The telephone company is doing all it can to provide service for waiting customers. We're looking forward lo the day we get in touch with you to arrange the details of installing your telephone. Telephone Company S. J.Cohen Co. •-'•''•' •'"••'-'^' : <• \'.-.',--, ,-'-^\'-'- f -\ ^ l 'f^ V / J^c* ^ s ENGINEERS — CONTRACTORS Phone 3646 or 2525 Room 30, Lynch Bldg., Blytherille, Ark. USED CARS WANTED We will pay you tht full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. IF you are Roing (n keep your present car let us (ire you an cslir.iate on reconditioning; your motor, and painting. ' Credit terms can be arranged. Tires, Tube* ud and home radios for sale. - ; -.'.•'-,• Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmohite East Main St. CMC Track* - PhMMSlt Your Time Is Valuable .. . Our Service Is QUICK! Call 1611 • for Road Service Anywhere • Tires Repaired-—any Kind. • Batteries Charged—Quick or Skw • Washing and Greasing • All STANDARD PRODUCTS • Mechanical Repairs: MARR'S AUTO SERVICE YOU KNOW WHERE

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