The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 17, 1946 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS KHIDAY, MAY 17, 19-16 „ . . , For Better Farming Featured. For TTiis Section's Progressive Farmers. FARM NEWS-FEA1URES Suggestons For Better Farming Featured For This Section's Progressive Farmers. o Culture _. . . «•'•«.•".' • Termed Simple fender. Young Plants, However, Need Care, Specialists Say. While tomato -ou)' .m is rather simplei seedlings and young plants are mqsi, sensitive to frost, blight and lack of'soil moisture. Amateur gardeners starting plants indoors, otrnr find them injured or killed by ailittle gas from the kitchen range. Tomatoes grow best in a well- dpined, sandy, loamy soil to which lime has been added. A loose, limed soil encourage? .deeper root growth. pfants of early ; varictles should not ba set ouf.tifrCif after' all danger OS frost is passed. Plants for late varieties can be grown In the gar- d&i from seed sown in mid-May. BJ-st f&pUte are.,obtained if these "°"\ lmer pfents arc not transplanted. I " >' ou vThe average home gardener slJoultTtMy' potttcJ plants offered by dealers at the time they should be planted out. The best plants> ate stocky and generally no more lljan 8, Jo. y inches high. j •Plants" grown indoors should be Color a Guide To Quality in Handling Fruit Good quality In preserved ]>i<xl- ucls Is not an accident. It is the result of careful planning, accord- Ing to Miss Cora I.cc Colcmun. North Mississippi County Home Demonstration Agent. "Remember, whether you can, trtfze, brine, dry, or store vegetables, variety Is important," Miss Colemnn conlinued. "As a nile, the deeper the color and the more pronounced the flavor, the better the preserved vegetable. Color Is n (,'oort Index to the vltnmln content." Sweet corn Is much better fur canning and freezing tlnin field corn, the agent said. The yellow varieties of sweet corn are belter •than the white. The round, plump, meaty green beans arc superior to the flat varieties for preserving. They are ntrlnglcss and usually free want to can or freeze beets with a dark red color, plant, the Detroit Dark Red beet," said Miss Colcmun. Home cnimcrs would do well to take a tip from commercial can- ncrs. It is estimated thai 80 per cent of Ihe commercial csiimed , - , .„ , tomatoes are Rutgers variety. This transplanted in the seedling stage varletv of tomntocs | M , yins ,j, ls .,,in- from Ite.flat to individual contain- , • t , ( L u hils „ ere when 4 to 5 inches high, trans- feS-red from tile warm house to the cqid frame or cool room where the ttynperaturo can be maintained bc- Road District Bonds, Once Worth 47 Million, To Be Burned, May 24 UTTLE ROCK, Ark.. May 17. (UP)—County special district, road honds. representing an original investment, of $47,000,000, will he burned at the state capltol May 24. The .State Hoard of Fiscal Control has authorized destruction of bonds on which the state assumed payment in 1927 under the Mar- tlncou Road Law. iJitcr these bonds, purchased in 64 of the 75 counties, were exchanged for state securities, paid In 1941. The county bonds were held as. security and cancelled when the state bonds were paid. The hoard also authorized the .spending of $2,200 for the purchase of microfilming equipment to lie used by all state departments to photograph all important state records. The Stale Apiary Board was given SWO for operating funds from the end of the fiscal year, July 1, until the legislature meets In JEUI- unry. The department was appropriated $7,500 by the 1945 legislature? but under a twist In the lav. 1 , it jcannot continue to use its own money after the end of the present fiscal year. Housing Boss Suggests U. 5. Build Roads to Get to Timber Reserves WASHINGTON, May 10. (U.P.I —IWusIng .Exiwdller Wilson w. Wyatt last night announced a three-point program to Increase lumber supplies for construction of veterans homes. It provides: 1. Spending $15,000,000 for roads through government forests so an extra 600,000,000 lx>ard feet ol lumber could be cut. 2. Allowing an "overcut" of llm- licr on government lands in the South and West to produce another 150,000,000 to 200,000,OOU ward feet of lumber. 3. Giving preference to pro- iucers of building materials when jldders on government tlmljer submit equal bids at celling prices. twecn 55 and 60 degrees. This will reHard growth, and thus harden off bright red color throughout, There Is a corclcss carrot, too. which is good for canning and storing. First or the season vegetables are preferable for canning or freezing, Miss Coleman explained, because tl>e plants. If your plants arc tall. of ' th( , long hours of su ,,' sh i 1 , c luu | and spindly, pinch them back to niake them stocky. .exceptions, tomato moisture of the soil at this time of year. These conditions produce vegetables which are usually Clear Lake News Present .at the Walter Lunsford home at Clrar Lake Sunday for a homo-coming were Mr. nnd Mrs. Mevel Wliltchead and family of Ridglcy. Teim.; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Peeler and son of Memphis, Eddie Peeler, also of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lunsford of Rid^lcy, Tenn.; Mr. nud Mrs. James Lunsford of Blytheville; Mrs. Paul | Crumln and son. Paul Jr.. J. C. wl'naturally when left|pcrlor in texture and color to those [Butler and two sons, J. C. Jr., and t<J trrertfcclves and unless staked, siould be spaced 4 feel apart each way. Tlie home gardener cramped fdr space should train his plants to shakes set about 2!1- feet apart each wny. The' early variety, Victor, requires no staking as it is a small p}ant and not given to sprawling. Since the tomato plnnt root system is' rather -meager, a mulch of some sort-isTecommended to conserve soil moisTur&'anil 'to reduce danger 1 ' cjf root damage when cultivating. Keep weeds out of your tomato patch. Rutgers, Marglobe,'Jubilee, Victor, Break^o'-Day, and Stokesdale are among the leading main crop varietf^rtti^u'gliout the country, with Pritchard's Scarlel Topper, Stone, Pearson and Jack of Hearts, most papular on the Pacific Coast. Half Moon News Mrs. W. r T.'-Burnett of Memphis and Mrs. Elizabeth Martin of Los Angeles, have; ibeen j the ; guests o! their brother, T. Alexandra, and Mrs. Alexandra, for the past weqk Mr. anb^.MtiW.Mv.C- .Buck ...ind Mrs. John Hnnnpri' spent Sundiv> with Mrs. 'Ha'nribn's brb'trier, Johi Till of Porta«evllle,.Mo. Miss L«otitt ^Nichols of Steele, Mo. is the guest, of..her ^ter, Mrs. Ira Nichols. Mrs. GarWWd'Slaughter and chtl dren of Drcring; Mo.Jspent Sunday With Mrs. Leslie.Peeples. Mr. and *$rs, Henry Buck, Mrs. B. P. Gay and Mrs. Liglittoot attended a corif Hrenc«'al Keiscr Mon- 1 day. .'..:..'... At the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church meeting aOhP .church; '(he lesson "Builders of Peace" was discussed. Jet-Propelled Planes Make Cross-Nation Tour MEMPHIS, Tenn.. lifay 17. (UP) —The firsf nve 'jet-propelled planes in a mass flight'of 25 P-80 Shooting Stars landed at Municipal Airport here yesterday, one hour and 17 minutes after leaving Fort Worth, Tex., 452 airline miles away. The remainder of the flight, first of its kind,'was.landing at 10 minute intervals.. A demonstration will be staged at Municipal 'Airport today in connection with'the'Cotton Carnival. harvested later in the season. nsurance Executive .eaves lor New York Lynn W. Drown, locnl maiiafiCM' of he Metropolitan Life Insurance Co,, will lenve tomorrow moniing for York, where he will nltcntl :i pedal 10-day Iraining course he company's headquarters. Mr. Brown recently was trans- errsxl to Blytheville from Jone.s- boro, following his discharge from he armed forces. He Is a veteran f three nnd a half years' service. Clini'lrs L-, and Howard and Jean Ruffln, nil of Memphis. Sis., lil.vtlicville, Mississippi County, The undersigned states that lie Is a cUi^cn "f Arkansas, of good moiMl character, that he has never Ijeen convicted of n felony or other crime Involving; moral turpitude; that no license to s.ell beer by the under- Klgnrd 1ms been revoked within five ycurs last past; and that the undersigned lias never been convicted of violating the laws of this state or any other state, relating to the sale 'of alcoholic liquors. RUSTIC INN Randolph Smith. Subscribcd nnd sworn to before me this 16th day of May, 10!8. Eliv.al)ctii Mnson (Sculi Nolnry Public My commission expires 4-28-50. NOTICK Notice is hereby given that the mdcrslgnod 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 135',i S. Main, Lcachvllle, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he lias never been convicted of a felony or other crtme Involving moral turpitude; that 1:0 license to sell lx?cr by the undersigned has been revoked within live years last past; and that the kinder- signed has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to (lie sr\!c of alcoholic liquors. Claude Barnes Frank Barnes. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16 clny of May. ia-IC. Mrs. Marshall Blackard (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires Mnrch 0 1940. War Veterans Finding Jobs In Arkansas qualified stenographers, carpenters and brick masons continues, the report added. The review concluded that an aggregate of 11,674 veterans and other applicants filed tyi/ists, lions for jobs during the month as compared with 12.875 last March. The Huey P. Long bridge over the Mississippi river Is nearly five new appltca- mites from end to end. NOTICK Nuiire is hereby «lvcu tlial the tmdf relied will within the lime fixed by law apply to the Coinmis- ston'-r of Revenues of tho State of Ark;uisiis for n pormil to soil beer at retail -^ 40B W. Ash, Dlythcvillc, Mississippi ConuLy. The undersigned states that he is a oili/en of Ai'knnsns, of finocl moral character, that 1m lias never Iwcu convicted of n felony or other crime Involving inot'ul turpitude: that no license to .sell beer by the umlnr- si:vn'iL b»s hern revoked within five yrai's lu.st past; and that the undcr- su:ru'<l htus never been convicted of violating Uie luxvs of this state, or any dlhcr stale, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Dr.-II. II. Thornton. Subscribed and sworn to before me thrs hi clay of May. 19-Hi. Elizabeth Mason (Seal i Notary Public. My I'umimssiun expires 4-28-50. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelson am daughter, Dlllie, ot Memphis, have .returned I" their home nfter hav- nt!'"K ' lra n the guest of Mrs. P. B. | Jnrratl. Mrs. Hilton stephcnson Is able to be up nfter having been ill with Influenza. Mrs. Dock storey and children, and Mrs. Cecil Johnson and son. NOTICK Notice is hereby given that the undersigned wilt 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 Highway 61 & Walnut Also recently transferred to Bly- I Norman, of Cave City. Tenn.. wen; hevillc from the Jonesboro oilice the guests several days of Mr. and was T. Winford Wyatt. lie was em- iloyed in Jonesboro prior to euter- ng service in the Ordnance 1942. A captain Department at the ,ime of his discharge, he -served 22 months in the Pacific Theater. He returned to the United States frnm Tokyo in March. Mr. Wyatt, who is making his home at. the housing quarters at Blytheville Army Air Field with Mrs. Wyatt, is a brother of William Ws'tttl of Blytheville. Mrs. Monroe Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aycock of Memphis, have returned to their home after visiting his parents, Sir. nnd Mrs. J. M. Aycoek, a few days. Tlie-nev: and Mr»;-K 'G. Miller are attending the Baptist Convention In Florida. . . , Mr. and Mrs. Doug Davis of Horn lake. Miss., nre the guests r>( Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Btllic Middieton. Approved DDT Residual< Spraying Blytheville Insecticide Co. Harold Wright, Mgr. Phone R58 907 E. Cherry NOW AVAILABLE FOR NOTU'lC OF I-'lI.IMCi OK Al'1'1,1- <'AT1()X FOK I,I«UOU I'EKiMIT 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 for beverage at retail on the premises described as 124 E. Main HI., Blytheville, Ark. Application is for permit to bo issued for operation beginniiifj tm the 1 day of July, 1946 and to expire on the 30th day of June, 194V. Elmer Hall. LITTLE ROCK. May 17. (UP) — Veteran Job placements In Arkansas rose to a new post-war peak in April, according to the monthly United. States Employment Service report released here today. Denton O. Rushing, state USES director, said that a total of 7,628 job placements made by 26 USES offices In the state, 2,508 were veterans of World War II. The flg- ure was 22 per cent above veteran plnccmeiits for the previous month, ami 77 per cent over last. February. All industries except transportation, communications, utilities and government showed increases over the previous month. There were 1,(I52 placements in the construction industry, wich was 41 per cent over March. An acute shortage of NOTICK Notice is hereby given that the 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 Luxora, Mississippi County. The undersignetl states that he is a citi/cn of Arkansas, of good moral character, that lie has never been convicted of a felony or oilier crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within live 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. The Spot. Cecil Southard Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16 day of May. 1946. Elizabeth Mason (Scall Notary Public. My commission expires 4-28-36. J. LOUIS CHERRY Representing New York Life Insurance Co. Blythevillc, Ark. FLOORS REFINISHED New Floors Laid and Finished. Make Your Old Floors Look New—Modern Sanding Equipment Used. Call 469 for Free Estimate Deal's Paint & Wallpaper Store Paints, Wallpaper, Slats-O-Wood Awnings 1M So. Firtt "We Clean and Wax Floors" Phone M» RAISED W£ DOH T KNOW ANY MOTOR OIL THAT WORKS BETTER.THAN HAVOUNE. IT'S 100% DISTILLED, FREE OF CARBON FORMING IMPURITIES AND WITHSTANDS HIGH ENGINE HEAT. HAVOUNE KEEPS YOUR. ENGINE AT ITS BEST ALL THE TIME. HAYOLINE! V »'/ NOTICK OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOK UQUOK PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned lias Hied with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as N. Main Street. Luxora. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July, 1946 and to expire on the 30Ui day of June. 19-17. Elmer Hall. R. M. LOGAN, Distributor IMMEDIATE DELIVERY S. Suitable for Sawmills, Unloader Fans, Irrigation Pumps, etc. NO PRIORITY REQUIRED ELLIS IMPLEMENT CO. OYBEANS Original D. P. L. No. 14 Cottonseed just as it came from Scott, Mississippi at $8.50 per 100 pounds. 1st Year Delta Pine Land No. 14 Cottonseed, State Certified and treated $7.00 per 100 pounds. I also have about 2 tons 1st year D. P. L. No. 14 Cottonseed, plain, in my gin at $5.00 per 100 pounds. I plant this variety only. I don't gin for the public, therefore these seed are pure. 200 bushels Ralsoy (Ark-Soy improved) seed beans in 21/2 bushel bags $3.25 per bushel. BATTLE 420 E. Kciscr Street Cotton HONE 3391 licit Tracks ;iti<1 Elm BLYTHKVILLE, ARK. Phone 89 Osceola, Arkansas let Us "POWER" YourJFarm with TEXACO PRODUCTS COOD/YEAR "~ TIRSS " C2j,"_ •RACTOR TIRES You'll get tilings done this season Iracto is d You bet it pays to get the rfeal 1H parts for your tractor. You can't beat **%"?• They are made in the same plants, by the same men who build them for the original tractors. They will fit and wear and give the same long satisfaction as the originals. So why take a chance on substitutes? Give us;a list of the parts you need and we'll get them ready for you. •-•- DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY ,-J ., - , Blyth«vilU, Ark. JcCOIMiM-DEERING MACHINES. PARTS AND SERVICE Here's hoip —be sure to make periodic inspections . . . lubricate regularly . . . J<eep tires properly inflated and, above, all, let our factory-trained service man give your John Deere tractor and equipment a thorough check-over. It will come back to you just about like new with plenty ot power and pep for many additional hours of hard work. Remember, these are days of equipment shortage, >Ie\v goods are hard to get. What you have Must ue made to last. Come in the next time you're in town. Talk with our service man about this complete overhaul service. You'll be pleased with the completeness ... the good •work ... the results you get. Don't delay —ask us about this service today, Missco Implement Go, ONLY GENUINE JOHN DEERE REPAIR PARTS with iOODYEAR SURE GRIP T1RKS. led for maximum traction :uu| 11 slippage, they will do up c work in less time with 111 the famous scK- N C-E-N-T-E-K t digs deep for ts no more. Stork ot TIRKS We Recap AIL MAKES OF TRACTOR TIRES If your present tires need recapping you can enjoy the advantage of Goodyear's Sure-Grip O-P-E-N C-E-N-T-E-R tread design on your present tires. See us now while we have time to give you good, last service. 000-38 GOODYEAR SERVICE 110W. Main Phone 249%

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