The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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TVEDKESDAY, 'APRIL 27, 1D-10 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Market News Increase Asked Sen, Fulbright Wants Expanded •i, Servic« for State Bj Gordon Brown A I 1 SiJi'dal Washington Service WASHINGTON, April 21 (/[>, — Expatiskui ol the market news service program in Arkansas has been proposed by Senator Fulbri (D-Avk.) This prosjuni now provides the stare's farmers up to the minute market information on three commodities—broilers, .strawberries and peaches. Pu'brisht has aiked the Senate Appropriations Committee, to increase funds sufficiently so the service c?.n be expanded to include rice, tomatoes, spinach, snap beans Iriflj nn;l sweet potatoes, can'a Inures, watermelons, cucumbers an< other poultry and dairy products. The adc:;tionnl service he hu.s i] mind, Fulbrisht told the committee, would cos[ $27,000 yearly, of which the University of Arkansas would contribute $8,000, leaving the government expense at $19.000. This relatively "small sum." Pul- bri-ih'. said, "will provide a market -service of inestimable value to the citizen.- of Arkansas ami the areas where ou: farm products lire marketed." Fulbrirht said the market news ^^rvire was started by the university and Agriculture Department in 19« lamely through efforts ol Rep. Trimble (D-Alk.> Reports Trice Silll.ilion At fust it covered only broiler Information bill later was expanded to include information on strawberries z»nd peaches in season. The S C!vice issues daily reports on i he price situation In the area, in other producing states and at terminal markets. The reports are published In local newspapers and broadcast over radio stations in the arer. Present casts. Fulbright said, ar? $5.250 nnnualh- of which Arkansas contribute $3.000 and the government .$2.250. Cost estimates of the expanded service, he said, were prepared by Dr. J. W. Gooclington. professor of marketing at the university. The added service would involve expansion oi the office of Fayetteville and establishment of a sub-office at Little nock. Benefits from such a service. Fulbright said, "would accure no t only to producers but also to consumers, Buyers and qther members of the "The present program is very favorably accepted in Arkansas as well as many other state?. These reports have an important bearing in stabilizing the distant grower, shipper, 01- receiver, with unbatssd Information as to prices and sup- Ana Promoted Ann Pauker, 50, already [orclgii minister, moved up another notch in the Communist-dominated Romanian government to, become second vice premier. Her elevation to the third highest post in Romania consolidates her position as one of the most important Communists in Balkans. Chicago Firm Top Bidder >n AP & L Debentures L/riTJjE 1JOCK. April 27 I.Vl — iaj:-ey Stuart and Co., Chicago, c.su-rday was declared Ihe SUCITSS- ul bidder on $8.300.000 of Arkansas 'ouer and U«lil Co,. 25-year sink- ng fund debentures. Proceeds will be used by APandL, o finance part of a $33.000,000 ton- it ruction program this ycnr. The AP and L board of directors. Mooting here at the s«me time bira were opened In New York City. «>UJMovert snlc of (he notes to Ilalsi-.- Smart en (lie letter's bid of $8,407,'900. The notes bear 338 per cent in- 'ie.vt but due to the picmlnium offeri-d by Halsey Stuart, the net cost to AP and L will be 3.:o pei I'eiii a year, a spokesman for the u'Hity said. Ordlhuni'e No. &05 Ordinance nuthorliing mid di- toctitiB tlie Ulytlievllle Water i;oni- liany to make additions, extensions, betterments and improvements to the water works system in the city of Ulytlievllle, and further direct ins said company to im\ke appropriate application to (lie Arkniuas Public Service Commission' in order that company may collect ndeijimte rales for WHter -servlct 1 In the city of Blylhevlllo to Justify Its Investment in the new Improvements. Dated: April 19, 11HO. Doyle Uondei&oi, Mayor. Attest: W. 1. Malin, City Clerk, W'lliam (\\e Conqueror had rstnb- lhl>«i his aulhoi'ity as Ihe might - iest lord In France by th« time lie was 24 ycais of ase, Notice of Filing or for l,lt|Utir I'ermlt Notice Is hereby ulvi-u Hint the nderslBiicrt tins (lied with the Coin- mlssiouer or. Kevi'nues of Uic Btnte of Arkansas for ponnit to iell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail ou the premises described as IHA. Kast Muit; St., lilytticvillc. Ark, Applk-atlon Is lor permit lo be Issued tor oiieialloti licninninK HIM the 1st day of July. lU-19. und to ! PAGE N(KB expire on the 30 rtay of June, 1950 Stewnii, Applicant You Are Cordially Invited to Visit Mystery Bird, Caught On Fish Line, Turns Out to be Horned Grebe FORT SMITH, Ark.. April 27 t.-l'l —The "m.\s;ery" bird caught at Bliu: Mountain Lake Sunday on a fish hook by Pat Robinson o[ Fort Smith has been identified as a horn«ri grebe. Bill Bruce, local student of orni- tholocy, identified the bird late Monday alter many s|>orUmen failed to recognize the specie of fo\\l. It also is known as the Hcil Oivcr and Water XVitch. R^,billion and Frank Porter brousb' the bird home alive and loKi how it bit a hooked minnow as if i'. ux-ic a fish and was hauled into their boats. The Accessory Shop Feminine Apparel Mabel Unfurl Jessie Srile llnlel Nolile liltlit. lilytheville, Ark. D.P.L. No. IS COTTON SEED \Vltcn You BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Oe«nt«d, TreaUd D. C. 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